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ARMIJO, FRED M. (BOO) age 40, born on 6/10/74, went home to be with our Lord on 6/11/14. He is survived by his four children, Gilbert Armijo, Isaac Ortiz, Marissa Ortiz, & Daniel Ortiz; mom Debbie Sedillo; brother Richard Sedillo; dad Fred Armijo II; and numerous other family and friends. Fred will be dearly missed. Visitation is at St. Joseph On The Rio Grande, Saturday June 21st at 7:30am. Rosary will follow at 8:15am with the Mass to begin at 9:00am. Fred will be laid to rest at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers are Gilbert Armijo, Isaac Ortiz, Martin Ortiz, Kenny Ortiz, Tim Sanchez, and Albert Gonzales. Honorary Pallbearers are Daniel Ortiz, Damian Maestas, Richard Ortiz, and Marcos Ortiz. Arrangements are by Direct Funeral Services.
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BALLEJOS, GILBERTO CHAVEZ Gilberto Chavez Ballejos Age 78, was born in Abo, New Mexico on July 14, 1935 to Crucita Chavez Ballejos and Pablo Sisneros Ballejos. Gilbert graduated from Mountainair High School in 1953 as class president, Carnival King and was voted "Most Likely To Succeed." Gilbert served in the U.S. Army, he volunteered for and graduated from "Jump School" at Fort Campbell, KY; he then served as a qualified paratrooper with the 11th Airborne division stationed in Augsburg, Germany. Gilbert received his Masters degree from the University of Albuquerque. Throughout his life, Gilbert was a devoted educator and political activist. His grandchildren will remember him as their "most focused math teacher." He died of natural causes at his home in Albuquerque on Friday, June 13th. He is survived by his sons Monte Smith Ballejos and Elfego Emiliano Ballejos; grandchildren Isabella and Aristeo; brothers George Chavez and Federico Ballejos; and nephew Pablo Ballejos. If you knew him and wish to celebrate his life with us please email GCBallejos@gmail.com or call 505-301-6281.
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BLOCK, SHERRY LOGAN February 26, 1937- July 13, 2006 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY SWEETHEART 61 years ago today, June 20, 1953 we were married when you were just 16. Your friends said you were too young and it wouldn't last. They were wrong, it lasted for 53 years, till the Lord took you away. I still love you and miss you. Thank you for 53 years of blissful marriage and for our three wonderful children you gave me. Love, T.J.
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DE BLASSIE, PAUL A. JR. On June 14, 2014, Heaven welcomed Paul A. DeBlassie, Jr. home. He was born on February 19, 1930 and was preceded in death by his parents, Old Town Pioneers, Paul Sr. and Adela DeBlassie; and his brothers, Donald and Dr. Richard DeBlassie. After graduating from St. Mary's High School, Paul valiantly served our country as a sergeant in the US Air Force during the Korean War and was awarded the Commendation Medal and Ribbon for his devotion to duty and excellence in accounting. His strong Italian work ethic and influential leadership roles defined an era of his life. He dedicated 25 years to his career at New York Life Insurance. He was a Chartered Life Underwriter and was elected to the prestigious Agents Advisory Council of New York Life. He also served as the President of the NM National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He retired at the age of 81 from Berger Briggs Real Estate and Insurance, Inc. Paul was a lector for Our Lady of Fatima Church. On any given day he could be found feeding the homeless at the Albuquerque Rescue Mission or praying with the jail inmates during prison ministry. He was co-founder of the Southwest Catholic Charismatic Center and for 35 years served as a member of the Board of Directors. Paul is survived by the love of his life for 63 years, Priscilla Sanchez DeBlassie; his six children, Dr. Paul DeBlassie III and his wife, Kathleen DeBlassie, Joanna DeBlassie Boothe and husband, William S. Boothe, Joseph DeBlassie and wife, Cyndee DeBlassie, Ronald DeBlassie, Mark DeBlassie, and wife, Dickcie Wisener DeBlassie, and Kenneth DeBlassie and wife, Staci DeBlassie. He adored his grandchildren, Chris Wisener and wife, Megan, Jason Wisener, Paul DeBlassie IV, Katherine DeBlassie Page, Maria DeBlassie, Victoria DeBlassie, Stephanie Boothe Sponder and husband, Joshua Sponder, Caroline Boothe, Marysa DeBlassie, Joseph DeBlassie II, Julia DeBlassie, Dominic DeBlassie, Zachery DeBlassie, Taylor DeBlassie, Colette DeBlassie, and Ava DeBlassie. His precious sister, Betty Salazar and loving brother, Larry DeBlassie and wife, Barbara were always held close to his heart along with his many nieces, nephews and relatives. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. A Catholic Rosary and Mass will be held on Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, 4020 Lomas Blvd NE. Interment will take place at Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 1900 Edith Blvd NE. Those who desire may make a memorial donation in memory of Paul to Our Lady of Fatima Foundation Fund, c/o The Catholic Foundation, 4333 Pan American Fwy NE, #D, Albuquerque, 87107. Please visit our online guestbook for Paul at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Wyoming 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE (505) 823-9400
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DUNN, LOUISE ELIZABETH MCLEAN December 10, 1915 - March 5, 2014 Louise was born on Hull Farm, Monmouth County, New Jersey to Amzi Chapin and Laura Morford McLean. One of her earliest memories was the soldiers from Ft. Monmouth marching past her grandfather's house towards the end of WWI. The family later moved to Pennington, New Jersey where Louise grew up with one sister Anne McLean (Corson). They were the daughters of the county agricultural agent. In 1918 she survived the Spanish Flu but remained sickly for several years and was sent to the country each summer to live and recuperate with her Aunt and Uncle on their farm in Central New Jersey. She had an idyllic childhood with a close extended family. Despite the pay cut of 25% during the depression and with help from grandparents, Louise graduated from Cornell in 1937 with a degree in Home Economics. She subsequently did her hospital dietitian internship in Philadelphia and then worked for GE in Syracuse and Cleveland. She attended Columbia University for a summer in Manhattan. The year 1939 found her and her girlfriend changing their travel plans from a cruise on a British flagged ship to Bermuda to an American ship to Havana. While they were in Cuba, war was declared by England, and the crew painted the Stars and Stripes prominently on the sides of their ship for their return voyage. Louise married Thomas Monroe Dunn on August 1, 1942 in Columbia, S.C. where she was working as a civilian for the Army. Tommy was in the 12th Engineer Battalion. He proposed to her by telling all their friends that she had turned him down when actually he had never yet asked her. His sense of humor was one of the many things Louise loved about her Tommy. She then followed the Eighth Division to Tennessee, Arizona, and Missouri and returned to her home in New Jersey when his unit was shipped to Europe. Their first child, Jean Louise Dunn (Griffin), was born in Trenton, New Jersey on August 15, 1944. After the war the family moved to Idaho where Tommy completed his civil engineering studies at University of Idaho in Moscow on the GI Bill. They followed road, bridge, and dam construction projects moving to Rupert, Twin Falls, Burley, Salmon, and St. Anthony all in Idaho. Their son Thomas Jr. was born in Burley on August 9, 1950. The family then moved to Madison, Wisconsin; Ohio View Industry and Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Washington, D. C.; and Dayton, Ohio. In Dayton, Louise went back to work after completing her Master's in Education from Miami of Ohio on a Carnegie-Mellon grant. She worked as a lunchroom superintendent at Trotwood-Madison Schools and did some consulting before retiring and moving to Heber Springs, Arkansas. Louise enjoyed cooking and sewing but her passions outside of the family were growing and showing daffodils, genealogy, and reading murder mysteries. She was a nationally certified daffodil judge, life member of the New England Genealogical Society and must have read all the murder books in five libraries. She attended her 70th college class reunion. After the death of her husband, Louise moved to Albuquerque to live near, and later with her daughter. She was active with the Senior Citizens group and maintained her hobbies and interests until her death. She left us gently after a short illness at Hospice. She was a wonderful mother, an accomplished woman, and a life-long student. She is survived by her sister; son and daughter; daughter-in-law; two grandsons; and two step grandsons and their families which include two great-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, June 21st at the Riverside Funeral Home Chapel at 6PM.
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DURAN, ISABEL In Loving Memory Happy Birthday ISABEL DURAN (BELOVED WIFE AND MOM) Today is your birthday in heaven above. Our blessings we send, on the wings of a dove. Not just for today, but for everyday. We think of you always. You are loved and missed everyday.
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GABALDON, GREG E. SR. June 20, 1960 - March 14, 2003 Always In Our Thoughts Forever in Our Hearts Love You
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KELLY, ROBERT F. Age 61, long time resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico, most recently living in Tucson, Arizona, passed on May 20, 2014 in Tucson, Arizona with his family by his side. Robert was born on March 27, 1953 in Far Rockaway, NY and was one of six children of Mary Simco & Joseph Kelly. He grew up from age 12 onward with his foster parents Walter and Elizabeth Kennedy, who had six children of their own. He spent most of his life after the age of 18 in New Mexico, getting married in Southern California and having two daughters. After returning to New Mexico Robert owned a successful independent food distribution company in Albuquerque and later worked for Nobel Sysco until his departure from their Albuquerque office in 2008. Finding that he still had a great deal of energy and a mind built for business he ventured to Tucson, Arizona to purchase an independent liquor store in 2011. He lived his life always wanting more for his children and worked hard up until he passed to ensure they would be taken care of first and foremost. Robert is survived by his two daughters Jennifer (Kenny Ash) Kelly of Bayfield, CO and Amy (Michael) Holmes of Tucson, AZ; one beautiful granddaughter (his princess) Kinley Reese Ash also of Bayfield, CO. Services will be held Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 2PM in Santa Fe at the Rosario Chapel located at 540 Rosario Blvd, Santa Fe, NM 87501. Arrangements are being handled by Rivera Family Funeral Home, 417 E Rodeo Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87505, (505) 989-7032. To view information or leave a condolence please visit www.riverafuneralhome.com
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LOHR, GARY Gary Lee Lohr II, son of Gary Lohr Sr., passed away Friday, June 13, 2014 in an accident in Albuquerque. He is survived by his devoted dad, Gary; his children; his grandmother, Millie Lohr; brother, Brondy; sister, Christine; as well as many other family members. Gary was born December 10, 1982 in San Jose, California. He loved riding his motorcycle, he loved many and was loved by all; he did what he wanted and lived his life to the fullest. Funeral Services will be held Friday at 1:00 pm at Riverside Funeral Chapel, 225 San Mateo Blvd. NE.
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MONROE, THOMAS ALEXANDER Age 77, resident of Edgewood, NM, passed away peacefully June 16, 2014. He was born in 1937 Portsmouth, OH, moving to Albuquerque in his teen years and was a student at Highland High School. He served in the United States Air Force for 14 years achieving the rank of Technical Sergeant as Air Traffic Controller. He was a fourth generation contractor and designer/builder/owner of "Monroe and Sons Construction Co." which was founded in Ohio 1867. He lived an active life over the years; Scout Master Boy Scouts of America Pack 185 East Mountains, District Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America, Sandia Mountain Lions Club, Huguenot Society of America, Member New Mexico Square Dancing, ABQ League Bowling, New Mexico Senior Golf Association, and volunteer USGA Rules official. Tom is preceded in death by his son Clark Andrew Monroe; and siblings, Donnie and Joy. He leaves behind his devoted wife Yvonne M. Monroe and beloved K9 buddy Max; and is survived by his children Gilbert A. Monroe and wife Viola, Georg A. Monroe and wife Diana, Cyndi Ann Keys and husband Jake, and step-daughter Beate Maria. He is also survived by his grandchildren Joseph David and wife Jodie, Lucas Johann, Lea Victoria, Lee-Roy Daniel, Lucia Anne, Georg Henry, Carter Thomas, Natalee Nichole, KaylaShay and Kiera Allison; as well as three great-grandchildren Brandyn Joseph, Tylor Erik and Kearstyn Elizabeth. He left behind two brothers Tad and Jim Monroe. He also left behind a mother-in-law, Evelyn M. Madrid and sister-in-law, Elaine M. Madrid who thanks him for being the wonderful classy gentleman he had always been. We would like to thank Yolanda Cuaron for all the support and love that she has provided. Special thank you to NM Cancer Center and Dr. Haskins and the staff at Ambercare for their professional care and support. Memorial Service will be Friday, June 20, 2014, 2:00 p.m. at FRENCH - Lomas. Please visit the online guestbook for Tom at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Lomas 10500 Lomas Blvd. NE (505) 275-3500
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