NOVEMBER 7, 1937 ~ APRIL 6, 2018 (AGE 80)
Enrique “Henry” Torres, 80 of Silver City passed away April 6, 2018, at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center in Rio Rancho.
Visitation for Henry will be at eleven o’clock in the morning on Friday April 13 at The Grant County Conference Center, 3031 Hwy 180 East in Silver City. The Funeral Service will follow at twelve o’clock noon. Concluding services and burial will follow at two o’clock at Fort Bayard National Cemetery where he will be laid to rest next to his wife Carolyn. Military Honors will be accorded by the United States Navy Honor Guard Representatives. Officiating will be Deacon Bill Holguin. Serving as pallbearers will be Eli Estrada, Danny Torres, Pete Segulia, Ty Bays, David McCauley, and Deily Crumbley. Honorary pallbearers will be Glen Taylor, Alan Brabham, Andy Estrada, Cody Marshall, Mike Wells and Steve Wells.
Benjamin Dominguez, 90, a resident of Bayard, NM entered eternal rest Sunday, April 8, 2018 at his residence surrounded by his family.
He was born August 24, 1927 in Chamisal, NM to Juan Andres Dominguez and Felia Lopez.
Rosella "Rose" Ann Avila, 45, a resident of Silver City, NM entered eternal rest Monday, April 9, 2018 at her residence.
Arrangements are pending with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ~ 575-537-0777.
Max R. Murillo, 65, a Grant County resident, entered eternal rest peacefully on Thursday, April 5, 2018 surrounded by his loved ones.
Max was born on November 27, 1952 to Jesus Murillo and Belen R. Murillo in Santa Rita, New Mexico. He was a hard working man, jack of all trades and skilled, but his passion was music. He was a life long musician and could pick up any instrument and play any tune. Max played with numerous bands in the local and surrounding areas. He loved the company of his family and friends and adored all his grandkids. He will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.
The Grant County Beat continues to bring you new columnists. New this past week are the Christian Corner, for those who are already Christians or are exploring the beliefs.
The second is a business-centered column—Your Business Connection by the New Mexico Business Coalition. The group works to make policy in the state of New Mexico better for all businesses, large and small.
The Beat has a new column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.
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