Obituary notices.

don connorDon "Mike" Conner, of Hurley New Mexico, passed away on Sept. 1, at Millie's Assisted Living Center in Silver City New Mexico, at the age of 87. Mr. Conner was born to Don and Thelma Conner in Grainola, Oklahoma on Jan.5, 1931. He was a graduate of Grainola High school class of 1948. He served in the Army during the Korean conflict as a Corporal, stationed in Germany and was honorably discharged in March of 1954. He was a graduate of the Oklahoma State University School of Technical training in drafting, class of 1961. He was a proud member of the Osage Nation.

Mr. Conner had a passion for his crafting rifle and shot gun stocks, he was ranked number five in the nation "Albq. Journal". In his retirement his favorite pastimes were gardening and cooking for his family. He won many first and second place ribbons at the Grant County Fair for his produce and canning. He made lifelong friends where ever he lived. He and his family lived in Grainola, O.K., Okmulgee, O.K, Albuquerque, N.M., Tijeras N.M., Juneau, A.K., Lawrence, K.S. settling in their retirement in Hurley, N.M. in 1987.

maria gonzales rsMaria Belia V. Gonzales, 88, a resident of Bayard, NM entered eternal rest Thursday, September 6, 2018 at her residence surrounded by her family.

She was born January 31, 1930 in Casas Grandes, Chihuahua Mexico to Carlos Lee and Jovita Villalba.

Maria Belia Gonzales, 88, a resident of Bayard, NM entered eternal rest Thursday, September 6, 2018 at her residence surrounded by her family.

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mcarthurThomas Dickson McArthur passed away September 3, 2018. He was born in Hobbs, New Mexico, April 16, 1937. He attended schools in Carlsbad and graduated from Carlsbad High School in 1955. He spent his junior year attending the New Mexico Military Institute along with his good friends, Billy Farrell and Odel Spurlin. Thomas served in the U.S. Naval Reserve for eight years.

Frank Calandriello, 85, a resident of Deming, NM entered eternal rest on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at his residence.

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Evelyn McMenemy, 98, entered eternal rest Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Santa Clara Assisted Living.

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kathryn keene rsIt is with great sadness and heavy hearts that the family announce the passing of Kathryn R Keene, 80, on Saturday, September 1, 2018, in Roswell, New Mexico.

On July 10, 1938, Kathryn was born to Claude Lenderman and Frances Racheal Taylor in Mt Ida, Arkansas.

Richard James Triviso Altamirano AKA,"Shake n Bake Ricky Bobby" born 7/8/1982 in Silver City to Rick Altamirano and Jenny Crist.

He passed away September 1, 2018 and went home to be with our Lord.Ricky loved life, his family, his dogs, and video games. Ricky was always the life of the party and had a contagious smile that could brighten up a room.

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