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Tull -- Bonnie Tull, 80, a resident of Albuquerque since 1938, died Friday, March 5, 1999. She is survived by her children, Carol Smythe and husband, Bob of Salida, CO, Alvin Tull and wife, Ginny of Albuquerque, Linda Moore and husband, Nate of Prewitt, NM, Joyce Tull of Albuquerque, and James E. Tull and wife, Tracy of Angleton, TX; eight grandchildren, Lynette, Mike, Joe, Mike, Susan, Dale, Gene and Tandi; and 15 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Tull graduated from high school in Joy, OK where she was an honor student and lettered in basketball. She then completed business school in Albuquerque. She always had a heart for underprivileged and homeless children, and she helped care for several children over the years. Services will be held Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at French Mortuary, University Blvd. Chapel, 1111 University Blvd. NE, with The Rev. Dr. C.A. Kennedy and Pastor Rueben Ramirez officiating. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park, 924 Menaul Blvd. NE. Pallbearers will be her grandchildren. French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. NE.
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Woelk -- Aletha Mae"Lea" Woelk, 85, a resident of Albuquerque since 1941, died Friday, March 5, 1999. She is survived by her first cousins, Florence Hystory of Great Bend, KS, Charles Aldridge of Garfield, KS, Ruth Hentz of Dallas, TX, Dan Leonard of Colton, WA, Louise Pence of San Diego, CA, Agnes Marie Leonard of Sublet, KS and Gladys Bickleman of Washington, DC; second cousins, Clarene Goodheart of Stockton, KS and David Leonard of Colorado; and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Erisman and Irene Boudreau, all of Albuquerque. Ms. Woelk worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers for 38 years and was Chief of Administrative Services at the time of her retirement. She was a life member of the Beta Iota Chapter, ESA Sorority. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at Woodbine Cemetery in Artesia, NM, with Rev. Palmer Clark officiating. Friends may visit French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. NE, Tuesday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Lung Association of NM, 216 Truman NE, 87108. French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. NE. 
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Barber -- Alfred"Gub" Barber, 52, died Friday, March 5, 1999. He is survived by his wife, Pam; mother, Louise; children, Glenn, Justin, Dee and John; 10 grandchildren, Cole, Savannah, Garrett, Amber, Jeremy, Michelle, Blaine, Lucas, Jade and Shantelle; and sisters, Jackie McNabb and Glenda Trehern of Canon, NM. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, 2:00 p.m., at Canon Catholic Cemetery in Canon, NM, with Eddie Mortensen officiating. Friends may visit French Mortuary, University Blvd. Chapel, 1111 University Blvd. NE, Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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Borthwick -- Dr. Norman M. Borthwick 6/12/18 - 3/3/99"He was one man in a million"Norman was a community-spirited person from grade school, where he played the bugle for the raising and lowering of the flag. In college, he belonged to the R.O.T.C. horse-drawn mounted artillery. While attending C.S.U. Veterinary School in Ft. Collins, Colorado, he joined Alpha Tau Omega, remaining a member for 62 years. After graduation, Norman moved to Albuquerque for a few years, then opened veterinary clinics in Artesia and Roswell. During these years, he was twice State President of the New Mexico Veterinarian Association. His memberships also included the Elks in Roswell and Rotary in Albuquerque. A Captain in the Army Air Force, Norman was stationed at various bases, finishing at Kirtland where he served as Base Veterinarian. It was during this time he was instrumental in initiating legislation requiring rabies vaccinations for all dogs. Also at Kirtland, he was involved with the United Community Chest, successfully encouraging 100% contribution from local veterinarians. He received recognition as"No. 1" in the professional division. Norman and his wife enjoyed traveling, with an annual trip to Mexico each fall for many years. In addition, the visited the British Isles (with a stop at Borthwick Castle in Scotland), Spain and Italy. A partner in Bolton Animal Hospital here in Albuquerque until he retired, Norman also founded Arrington Art & Advertising in 1974, acting as business manager and advisor to his daughter Jan Arrington until his death. He was also a founding member of the Animal Emergency Clinic, Inc., serving as Treasurer and Business Manager until the past few years. He was a wise, kind, and gentle man who will be remembered by his loving family; his wife, Marianne; daughters, Norma Gallegos and her husband, Antonio, and Jan Arrington and her husband, Bill Burge; grandchildren, Gary Oliver (California), Gail Oliver (Albuquerque), Robert Milan (California), Deborah Salvino and her husband, Anthony (California), and Rebeka Knowlton and her husband, Thom (Los Lunas); and great-grandchildren, Andrea Alderete (Albuquerque), Sierra Salvino (California), and one due on his birthday 6/12/99. He is also survived by his brother Stanley Borthwick and wife, Rita and his sisters, Mrs. Glenn (Jane) Bair and Mrs. Sam (Alyce) Sugg, as well as many loving nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his son, Douglas, his parents and a sister. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity in Norman's name, or perform a kind deed for someone. In accordance with his wishes, Norman will be cremated and share a niche with his parents and Douglas. There will be a private family memorial service in May. Romane Chapter 8. Direct Services 2919 4th NW. 343-8008.
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Garcia -- Higinio Garcia a resident of Peralta, NM, passed away Sunday March 7, 1999 in an Albuquerque hospital. There will be a service Monday at 7:00 p.m. at Romero Funeral Home in Belen with another service on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. also at Romero Funeral Home. For further information on service times please contact Romero Funeral Home at 864-8501.
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Grevey -- Simone Grevey, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on Sunday, March 7, 1999. She was born in Smyrna, Greece on October 27, 1917. Her family moved to Paris, France when she was three years old and she was raised and educated there. During World Wart II, she met her husband, Joseph, in Paris where they were married in 1946. Shortly thereafter, Simone joined her husband in Albuquerque where he and his brothers, Jack Grevey and Maurice Liberman, had founded the Duke City Lumber Company. Simone is survived by her husband, Joseph of the family home; daughters, Helen Grevey and husband, Jay Hertz of Albuquerque, and Marianne Fischer and husband, Ruy of Sao Paulo, Brazil; three grandchildren, Alexander Fischer of Sao Paulo and Vivian and Suzana Fischer of New York City; brother-in-law, Jack Grevey and wife, Estelle Rosenbloom Grevey; and niece, Eileen Grevey Hillson and husband, David of Albuquerque. She is also survived by nieces and nephews in Sao Paulo. She was preceded in death by her parents, Apostolos and Chrisanthie Stamboli and sister, Alexandra Stamboli. Simone was a member of St. George Greek Orthodox Church. Trisagion will be held Monday, 7:00 p.m., at French Mortuary, University Blvd. Chapel, 1111 University Blvd. NE, with Father Mario Giannopoulos officiating. Services will be held Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at St. George Greek Orothodox Church, 308 High St. SE, with Father Mario Giannopoulos officiating. Interment will follow at Fairview Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Jay Hertz, Ruy Fischer, Alexander Fischer, Costa Pavlakos, Nick Pavlakos, and Carl Hakenson. Friends may visit French Mortuary, Monday from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions in Simone's memory to St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 308 High St. SE, 87102 or Presbyterian Kaseman Hospice Inpatient Unit, c/o Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation, P.O. Box 26666, 87125-6666. French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. NE.
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Homan -- Ira Homan, 81, passed away March 1st, at a local hospital after a long illness. He was born June 29, 1917, at Negra, new Mexico, son of New Mexico pioneers John Edward and Myrtle Alice Homan. He grew up in McIntosh, where he helped with the family's general store, farming, ranching, trucking, and veterinary businesses. After graduating from Estancia High School, he attended UNM. He joined the U.S. Army Air Corps in June 1942, serving in many campaigns in North Africa and Europe. He was awarded numerous medals, including the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Following WW II, Mr. Homan spent some time in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he met and married his second wife, the former Marian Covert. They returned to New Mexico and eventually settled in Albuquerque. He worked as a surveyor and project engineer for several firms, and was particularly proud of his contribution to the orderly eastward expansion of Albuquerque. He was a long time member of Faith Lutheran Church where he served as an elder, Sunday School teacher, and choir member. He was a member of Temple Lodge No. 6, AF & AM, the Scottish Rite, and the Ritual Staff of the Ballut Abyad Shrine. He is survived by his wife, Marian; daughter, Mary Fuqua of Alamogordo; sons, Dan Sr. of Albuquerque and Dave of Katy, TX; grandchildren, Capt. Donovan Fuqua (U.S. Army), Laura Fuqua, Dan Jr., Victoria, Tanya, and Cassie Homan. One of 10 children, he is also survived by two sisters, Mary Alice Beans of Cocoa Beach, Fla, and Janice Blevins of Portales, and many nephews and nieces. The family wishes to specially acknowledge his niece, Jody Teitsworth who gave unstintingly of her time, talents, and compassion through his illness. In accordance with Ira's wishes, a private family memorial service will be held following cremation. Friends who wish to do so may offer memorial gifts to Faith Lutheran Church or the Ballut Abyad Shrine's Crippled Children's Transportation Fund. Strong-Thorne Mortuary, 1100 Coal Ave SE, in charge of arrangements.
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Lewinson -- Leo F. Lewinson, 91, a lifetime resident of Albuquerque, died Saturday, March 6, 1999. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Doris of the family home; daughters, DoAnn Jasper and Riette Mugleston, both of Santa Fe; sister, Jane Kahn of Santa Fe; five grandchildren, Amy McMillan of Santa Fe; Karen Little of Las Cruces, Leslie Porter of Sandia Park, Jeff Mugleston of Taos and Cheryl Mugleston of Albuquerque; five great-grandchildren; and five nephews. Mr. Lewinson was a graduate of Albuquerque High School and of the University of Pennsylvania. He was Past President of Congregation Albert and a volunteer at the Veteran's Hospital. Private family services will be held. Memorial contributions may be sent to Congregation Albert, 3800 Louisiana Blvd. NE, 87110 or All Faiths Receiving Home, P.O. Box 6573, 87197. French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. NE.
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Losh -- Richard Losh, age 82, a resident of Denver, CO, born April 3, 1916 in Manhattan, KS, died Saturday, February 27, 1999. He is survived by two sons, Richard C. Losh Jr. of Denver, CO and Daniel S. Losh of San Antonio, TX; and a brother, Tom Losh of Las Vegas, NV. Mr. Losh was preceded in death by his wife, Jean Christner Losh who died in 1983. He graduated Classen High School in Oklahoma City, OK in 1933, obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Mexico in 1939 and Juris Doctor cum laude, Boston University in 1947. He was admitted to the New Mexico Bar in 1947 and had a private law practice from 1947 to 1974. He was also the Administrative Law Judge for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 1974 to 1984, and retired November 2, 1984. Mr. Losh served his country in WWII in the U.S. Marine Corps and in the Reserve from 1941 to 1948, U.S. Army Reserve, Judge Advocate General Corps from 1948 to 1964 and retired as Lieutenant Colonel. He was a member of 1st Presbyterian Church, Albuquerque, Board of Sessions (Elder) 1983 to 1985, and also attended Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Albuquerque. During his retirement, he pursued drama and played the role of judge in"Anatomy of a Murder" also a supporting role in Agatha Christie's"Ten Little Indians" when presented by Albuquerque Little Theater in the 1980's. Mr. Losh was a member of Sigma Chi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Theta Alpha Phi, Phi Delta Phi, State Bar of New Mexico, American Bar Association, Conference of Administrative Law Judges of the ABA, Scribes, National Association of Legal Writers, Professional Registered Parliamentarian in the National Association of Parliamentarians, B.P.O.E. Elks Lodge #461, Albuquerque, and Past Commander of American Legion. Visitation will be held Monday, March 8, 1999, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at Strong-Thorne Mortuary, 1100 Coal Ave. SE. A graveside service will be held Monday, March 8, 1999 at 1:00 p.m. in Fairview Memorial Park, 700 Yale Blvd. SE, with Rev. Don Wales officiating. Strong-Thorne Mortuary, 1100 Coal Ave. SE, in charge of arrangements.
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Marrs -- Albert T. Marrs died suddenly on March 4, 1999. He was born in San Diego, California on April 20, 1923, and was a veteran of World War II where he served in the Army Air Corp in the South Pacific. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelors of Science in meteorology. He worked for Sandia National Laboratories as a meteorologist and, later, as a project engineer, for 34 years. He also received an M.B.A. from Anderson School of Business at UNM. In retirement he enjoyed traveling, gardening, cooking, music, his pets, and especially, his grandchildren. He was active at La Mesa Presbyterian Church as an elder, a deacon, and a member on several committees. He enjoyed singing with the Channel Choir. He is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Marian; daughters, Marcia and her husband, Terry O. Brown, Marie and her husband, John G. Moon; granddaughter, Mandy Brown; and grandsons, Chris Brown, Nick Moon and Greg Moon. Services will be Tuesday, March 9, 1999, at 10:00 a.m. at La Mesa Presbyterian Church, 7401 Copper Ave. NE (255-8095) with Rev. Kathi Hunter officiating. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to La Mesa Presbyterian Church Building Fund or a charity of your choice.
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