Donald Elliott Kennedy, 95, Rapid City, SD, died Friday June 15, 2018 at Rapid City Regional Hospice House. He was born July 23, 1922 in Gary, SD to John Elliott and Mary Elizabeth (Ellefson) Kennedy. He is survived by his wife, Carol Ann (Bloom) Kennedy, Rapid City, SD and his sons, Matt and Cory.
Memorial services will be 2:00 p.m. (MDT), Thursday, June 28, 2018 at Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home, Rapid City, SD. Condolences may be conveyed to the family at behrenswilson.com
Patsy Jo Ann Robertson, 81, A resident of Arenas Valley, NM entered eternal rest Saturday, June 9, 2018 at her residence.
She was born November 2, 1936 in Alva, OK to Elmer D. and Lola Readnour Cates.
Poem found in her baby book – Author Unknown.
Oscar Magdaleno "Ozzy" Tarango, 16, passed away Sunday June 10, 2018 in Lordsburg.
Oscar was born July 1, 2001 in El Paso, Texas to Santiago G. and Esperanza (Barboza) Tarango. He lived in Lordsburg most of his life and most recently he had just finished his Junior year at Rio Rancho High School in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. He enjoyed music and writing and always seemed to stay active and busy.
Anita D. Ordonez, 62, Deming resident passed away Friday June 15, 2018 at Mountain View Regional Medical Center in Las Cruces.
Anita was born May 12, 1956 to Clorinda Sandoval Dodds and Refugio Ochoa Ordonez in Silver City. She was employed with the HELP program working for the Rainbow, Corner Escuelita and TLC for over 25 years. She was so dedicated to her children, she spent countless hours with them. Anita will be remembered for her cooking, and the love she shared with her family.
Jose Daniel Aguilar Jr., affectionately known as "Chacho" or "Hozer" to many, of Silver City, NM passed away with his family by his side on Saturday, May 26, 2018.
Jose was born May 13, 1960 to Danny and Irene Aguilar in San Jose, CA where he spent most of his life.
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