The family will hold a Celebration of Life Service at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 25th at Church on the Move in Roswell. Pastor Savino Sanchez will officiate the service.
Judy was born to James Smith and Betty Callaway on May 28, 1952. She attended Goddard High School in Roswell. She worked with the Roswell Independent School District for 23 years in the cafeteria and was lovingly known as “the lunch lady”; a title that she cherished. She enjoyed camping, fishing, watching funny movies, life and laughter with her family. She was very actively involved over many years with AA and NA programs in Roswell, sponsoring many young women and sharing her testimony. She found joy in being part of the Jail Ministry with Church on the Move taking the word of God to those in need.
Judy was blessed with a very loving family. She married her best friend, Albert Lane, on January 22, 1971 in Roswell, NM. Judy and Al have two daughters and five grandchildren alongside many loving friends and church family.
Judy was an encourager of people. She was kind and caring, and always cherished the time spent with her grandkids. She is dearly missed by her loved ones, who celebrate the fact that she is at peace with her creator in heaven.
Judy is survived by her husband, Albert; her daughter Jennifer Williams and her husband Nick; her daughter Kimberly Putnam and her husband TJ; her grandchildren Devin Williams, Savannah Lindsey, Koltin Willis, Zander Lucero, Madelynn, Maya, and Keigan McCullough; her sister-in-law; Claudine Davidson and her husband James; three very dear friends, Desmond Williams, Judy Powers, Anna Sanchez and her family.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. Mark Andrews and staff at Roswell Medical, the caregivers with Kymera Cancer Center, and the caregivers with Hospice; Glynn Shelton and Andre Hunter.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Jail Ministry at Church on the Move would be greatly appreciated.
Arrangements are under the personal care of LaGrone Funeral Chapel. Online condolences may be made at www.lagronefuneralchapels.com.
Ramon was born August 5, 1961, in Tepozan, Durango, Mexico, to Ladislao and Carmen Aguirre. He married Maria Guadalupe Rios on January 19, 1980, in Roswell, and spent his life working as a marble fabricator. He was a member of St John the Baptist Catholic Church.
Remaining to cherish the memory of Ramon are his wife, Maria Guadalupe Rios Aguirre, children: Ramon R Aguirre Jr, Earl L Aguirre, Leslie Aguirre, Maria G Ramirez; mother, Carmen E Aguirre; siblings: Gregoria Schweder, Bertha and George Carrillo, Raul Aguirre and Theresa Romero, Maria and Julie Watt-Aguirre, Eliseo Aguirre and Carla Sanchez, Carmen Aguirre, Lydia and Jesus Hernandez; grandchildren: Jasmine Aguirre, Tommy I Bustamante, Victor Aguirre, Raechal Aguirre, Issacc Aguirre, Hector R Aguirre, and Earl Aguirre, and Sergio Ramirez; nieces & nephews: Alyssia Aguirre, Alonso Estrada, Amanda J Schweder, Allen Schweder, David and Chrissy Carrillo, Daniel and Marissa Carrillo, Eiluj D Watt-Aguirre, Eliseo J Aguirre, Rayna R Aguirre, Pilar S Aguirre, Marcus Ortiz, Matthew Ortiz, Elias G Franco, Sofia E Franco, Mirella Isabel Hernandez, Emilia Mariana Hernandez, Daniel Jesus Hernandez, Joshua M Estrada, Neela C Estrada, Claudia M Carrillo, and Michael D Carillo.
Preceding Ramon in death were his father, Ladislao V Aguirre; grand-parents: Benito and Gregoria Aguirre, and Antonio and Maria Enriquez.
Those chosen to serve as Pallbearers for Ramon are: Raul Aguirre, Eliseo Aguirre, Ramon Aguirre Jr, Earl Aguirre, Allen Schweder, Jesus Hernandez, Tommy Bustamante, Daniel Carrillo, and Sergio Ramirez.
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He grew up in Ancho, New Mexico, graduated from Carrizozo High School and later attended NMSU. He entered the US Army serving honorably for 10 years. After leaving the military he went to work for New Mexico Department of Transportation; retiring 31 October 2017 after 25 years.
He is preceded in death by his mother; Viola Palomarez, and his grandparents; Fred and Arsenia Lopez.
Nathan is survived by his wife of 30 years Betty, father Nat Palomarez, brother Gabriel/Kathy of Corona, sister Pauline Tope/Pete of Carrizozo, nephew Patrick Palomarez/Kristi, niece Alicia Zamora/Adam, Ashley/Jade Palomarez, 2 step children, 7 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.
Mass will be at St. Ritas in Carrizozo on Friday 26 Jan at 11:00 am with burial at Fort Stanton.
Honorary pallbearers are: Patrick Palomarez, Adam Zamora, David Payne, Jacob Benham, David Palomarez, and Pete Tope.
Nathan was my heart and soul and larger than life. His whole life was spent working and taking care of us. He would tell me he could rest when he left this world. Rest in Peace my Gentle Giant till we meet again.
The Palomarez family has entrusted their loved one to the care of Alamogordo Funeral Home, Inc. to direct the funeral services.
To sign the online register book, please visit www.alamogordofuneralhome.org.
Toms family will receive friends on Monday, January 22, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at McNett Funeral Home in Andrews, Texas. Cremation is under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Please celebrate the life of Tom by visiting www.mcnettfuneralhome.com.
Tom was born on August 19, 1938 in Lubbock, Texas to Henry Clay and Hortense Barger. He grew up and graduated from high school in Ropesville, Texas. Tom married Joyce Roman on February 26, 1967 in Lubbock. They lived in Ropesville, Hobbs and Roswell, New Mexico before moving to Seminole, Texas two years ago. Tom was a farmer, rancher and operated a construction company as well as being in the real estate business. He loved flying, photography, fishing and enjoyed Western Folk art and Southwestern history. Tom was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife, Joyce Barger of Seminole, Texas, a son Tom Clay and wife Sherry Barger of Lubbock, Texas; a step-son, Richard Roman of Riverside, California, three step-daughters, Mary and husband Lex Hinds of Seminole, Texas, Carmen Roman and husband James Leaming of Chicago, Illinois, Grace Roman Childers of Dallas, Texas; seven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to Permian Residential Care Center, 1601 NE Mustang Dr., Andrews, Texas 79714.
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