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Trinidad CO Obituaries and Death Notices

Ronald Tebbs

Monday, June 26, 2017

I go into my funny stories”. Ron earned his Bachelor’s degree and Master’s in Education from Whittier College and a Master’s in Marine Biology from Humboldt State University in Trinidad, California. Ron’s life will be celebrated on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 10 a.m. at the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel, 332 North Scraper, Vinita, Oklahoma. Burial follows at McLaughlin Cemetery in Cleora, Oklahoma, near the Gran Tara entrance.

Obituaries: 03.04.17 - Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Monday, March 06, 2017

March 4 at Sinton Cemetery. Burial will follow.Ritchea-Gonzales Funeral Home, Inc.Hoa  LamHoa "Henry" Lam died March 3, 2017. He was 54. Services will be at  2 p.m. March 5 at Guardian Funeral Home.Trinidad Salinas SalazarBEEVILLE — Trinidad Salinas Salazar died March 1, 2017. She was 96.Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. March 5 at Oak Park Memorial Funeral Chapel. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. March. 6 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Burial will follow in Our Lady of Victory Cemetery No. 2.Julia R. SanchezTAFT – Julia R. Sanchez died March 1, 2017. She was 95. Rosary will be recited 7 p.m. March 5 at Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel, Sinton. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. March 6 at Immaculate Conception Church. Burial will follow in Taft Memorial Park Cemetery.Kaye Tarrant Durham HoltKaye Tarrant Durham Holt died Feb. 25, 2017. She was 97.Services will be at 3 p.m. March 4 at the Church of the Good Shepherd.Seaside Funeral HomeRead or Share this story: http://callertim.es/2lGW4D6...

George Putnam - The Daily Iberian

Monday, February 20, 2017

Quarters which grew to have over 180 employees, a rental fleet of over 350 buildings and fabricating permanent quarters housing people offshore Israel, Nigeria, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Mexico, Trinidad and the Gulf of Mexico.He never forgot his farming roots and enjoyed aquaculture. At one time he tried importing Australian crawfish and enjoyed providing large crawfish from his two farms in Kaplan and Meaux to several local restaurants.Mr. Putnam also had a long history of community involvement. Some of his affiliations included The Abbeville Kiwanis Club, where he was named Outstanding Kiwanian in 1967. He was Senior Warden of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and sang in its choir. He was also noted for his prize-winning Camelias.Mr. Putman showed extreme determination and strength in living with Parkinson’s Disease for over 35 years, longer than anyone on record.Visitation was observed at Vincent Funeral from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday January 6, 2017, and on Saturday, January 7, 2017, from 10 a.m. until time of the funeral service at Vincent Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery in Abbeville.Pallbearers were his nephews Ed Carter, Frank Liddell and Robert Liddell, along with Daniel Gaspard, Gil Meaux, Josh Newman and Ritchie Theriot.In lieu of flowers, a memorial gift may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, P. O. Box 1101, Abbeville, LA 70511, or Mt. Carmel Elementary School, 405 Park Ave, Abbeville, LA 70510.Vincent Funeral Home of Abbeville, 209 S St Charles St., 893-4661, will be handling arrangements.

CARIBBEAT: N.Y. radio's Pat Bailey will surely be missed - New York Daily News

Monday, December 26, 2016

Bakery, Bedessee Imports, Associated Supermarkets and Shorefront Toys for Tots.For more information, call (917) 651-4499, (718) 467-1797 or send email to wiadcainc@gmail.com.CARIBBEAT: Exhibit on Trinidad visual artist Cheryl ByronThe Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble will be performing today in "Siete Mares," a new work written, choreographed and directed by Oyu Oro ensemble founder Danys (La Mora) Pérez.(Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble)AFRO-CUBAN DANCE IN NEW YORKAn injection of vibrant Cuban culture — 10 principal performers from some of that Caribbean nations renowned dance companies — is spicing the debut of "Siete Mares," a new work by the Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble, taking place today in Manhattan at City College Center for the Arts' Aaron Davis Hall, W. 135th St. (at Convent Ave.).The visiting performers — from the Ballet Folklorico Cutumba, The Folklorico National de Oriente, The Ballet Santiago and The National Theater Company "Cabildo Teatral Santiago" — will join Oyu Oro ensemble members in the dance piece, which was written, choreographed and directed by Afro-Cuban folklore master and Oyu Oro ensemble founder Danys (La Mora) Pérez.The show, part of the third part of a series of works, focuses on African-based Orisha culture's goddess Yemayá, an influential deity who represents ocean and maternity.CARIBBEAT: Journalist Gwen Ifill had roots in New York, BarbadosTickets for the event — $30 for general admission, $25 for students/children and $20 for seniors — can be purchased online at www.citycollegecenterforthearts.org, by calling (212) 650-6900 or visiting the Aaron Davis Hall box office, at W. 135th St. (at Convent Ave.), Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. For more information on Oyu Oro ensemble, visit www.oyuoro-afrocuban.com.The 1960 photo of Guyana-born E.R. Braithwaite, who’s writing career soared with autobiographical novel "To Sir, With Love." He died last week at 104.(FPG/Getty Images)'TO SIR, WITH LOVE' AUTHORE.R. BRAITHWAITE DIESE.R. Braithwaite, the Guyana-born educator whose teaching experiences in London's East End slums were the inspiration for the international best-selling novel "To Sir, With Love," a movie and a hit song, died last week in Rockville, Md., reported the Associated Press. He was 104.According to his companion, Ginette Ast, Braithwaite became ill on Dec. 12 and died later that day at the Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center.The autobiographical "To Sir, Wi...

Grenon, Elizabeth A. (Hawkes) - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 12, 2016

She traveled with friends and family, birding around the U. S. and Canada, and in Peru, India, Australia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, the Netherlands, Germany, France, the U.K., Trinidad and Tobago, Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, and Panama. She loved her view of the woods at home near Fontenelle Forest, witnessing the historic return of Wild Turkeys, nesting Cooper's Hawks, and Pileated Woodpeckers from her living room, as well as all the birds she coddled at the feeders. In her last days of activity at home before telling us it was time to move to hospice, Mom spent her time getting N.O.U.'s finances in tidy shape to hand off to the next treasurer. She was devoted to others, and better organized and adjusted to this last move than the rest of us. Go look at some birds. That one you're looking at was her favorite. CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE 1pm, Sunday, December 18, with VISITATION following until 4pm, all at Fontenelle Forest Nature Center. Memorials to NE Ornithologists' Union, or Fontenelle Forest Association. BELLEVUE MEMORIAL CHAPEL Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler 2202 Hancock St, Bellevue 402-291-5000 www.bellevuefuneralchapel.com...

Hundreds mourn beloved homeless man at funeral for him at Catholic church - Catholic News Service

Monday, December 05, 2016

Mass so that Hooker might be laid to rest with dignity and a headstone at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.According to a Richmond District blog, Hooker was originally from Trinidad and had spent time in Chicago before coming to San Francisco.Every day, Hooker worked his way along Clement Street with his shopping cart and would stand at a corner near Walgreens, usually talking to himself."This was a man who never asked for anything," Lea Grey Dimond, owner of Thidwick Books on Clement Street, told Catholic San Francisco, the archdiocesan newspaper.Hooker was one of three individuals profiled in a documentary about mental illness called "Voices." In the trailer for the documentary, Hooker says with a huge grin: "I suffer a lot, you know, and when you suffer, you must know to be kind."At a reception in the school gym following the funeral Mass for him, the community took turns sharing memories of Hooker and offering parting thoughts. "Voices" was shown afterward."Thomas had a gift for loving generously and unconditionally," said one speaker. "He brought our community something rare and special."A man in tears said he was overcome by the overflowing crowd who had come out to honor Hooker. The tears turned to laughter when he confessed he often "gave my money to Thomas instead of the church."Star of the Sea parishioners Arnold and Jean Low had brought food to Hooker for more than 20 years and were the ones to find him unresponsive on the morning of his death."Thomas was a kind and friendly soul, always had a smile on his face, always had something complimentary to say to you," said Arnold Low. "There are other homeless souls for you to reach out to.Also keep this in mind, he said: "When I am thirsty, you gave me to drink, when I was hungry, you gave me to eat, when I was cold you gave me clothes. Whatever you do for others, you do for me your Lord our God."- - -Gray is on the staff of Catholic San Francisco, newspaper of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

Hundreds mourn beloved homeless man at Star of the Sea parish - Catholic San Francisco

Monday, November 21, 2016

Mass so that Hooker might be laid to rest with dignity and a headstone at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.According to a Richmond District blog, Hooker was originally from Trinidad and had spent time in Chicago before coming to San Francisco.“This was a man who never asked for anything,” said Lea Grey Dimond, the owner of Thidwick Books on Clement Street.Every day, Hooker worked his way along Clement Street with his shopping cart, and would stand at the corner of Ninth Avenue near Walgreens, usually talking to himself.Hooker was one of three individuals profiled in a documentary about mental illness called “Voices.”In the trailer for the documentary Hooker says with a huge grin: “I suffer a lot, you know, and when you suffer you must know to be kind.”At a reception in the school gym following the Mass, the community took turns sharing memories of Hooker and offering parting thoughts. “Voices” was shown afterward.“Thomas had a gift for loving generously and unconditionally,” said one speaker. “He brought our community something rare and special.”A man in tears said he was overcome by the overflowing crowd who had come out to honor Hooker. The tears turned to laughter when he confessed he often “gave my money to Thomas instead of the church.”Star of the Sea parishioners Arnold and Jean Low had brought food to Hooker for more than 20 years and were the ones to find him unresponsive on the morning of his death.“Thomas was a kind and friendly soul, always had a smile on his face, always had something complimentary to say to you,” said Arnold Low. “There are other homeless souls for you to reach out to.Also keep this in mind he said, “When I am thirsty, you gave me to drink, when I was hungry, you gave me to eat, when I was cold you gave me clothes. Whatever you do for others, you do for me your Lord our God.”From November 17, 2016 issue of Catholic San Francisco.

Ray T. Bersabe - The Mercury News

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, doing double duty as devoted godfather to Vendela.All who knew Mr. Bersabe are invited to his visitation at Lima Family Milpitas-Fremont Mortuary, Sunday and Monday, July 17 and July 18. Following the Monday visitation, there will be a vigil service at 7 p.m. The funeral service will take place at Lima’s Cedar Lawn Memorial Park at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 19. In honor of Mr. Bersabe’s love of nature, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to The Nature Conservancy at conserveca.org/donate.

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Ronald Tebbs

Monday, June 26, 2017

I go into my funny stories”. Ron earned his Bachelor’s degree and Master’s in Education from Whittier College and a Master’s in Marine Biology from Humboldt State University in Trinidad, California. Ron’s life will be celebrated on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 10 a.m. at the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel, 332 North Scraper, Vinita, Oklahoma. Burial follows at McLaughlin Cemetery in Cleora, Oklahoma, near the Gran Tara entrance.

Obituaries: 03.04.17 - Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Monday, March 06, 2017

March 4 at Sinton Cemetery. Burial will follow.Ritchea-Gonzales Funeral Home, Inc.Hoa  LamHoa "Henry" Lam died March 3, 2017. He was 54. Services will be at  2 p.m. March 5 at Guardian Funeral Home.Trinidad Salinas SalazarBEEVILLE — Trinidad Salinas Salazar died March 1, 2017. She was 96.Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. March 5 at Oak Park Memorial Funeral Chapel. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. March. 6 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Burial will follow in Our Lady of Victory Cemetery No. 2.Julia R. SanchezTAFT – Julia R. Sanchez died March 1, 2017. She was 95. Rosary will be recited 7 p.m. March 5 at Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel, Sinton. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. March 6 at Immaculate Conception Church. Burial will follow in Taft Memorial Park Cemetery.Kaye Tarrant Durham HoltKaye Tarrant Durham Holt died Feb. 25, 2017. She was 97.Services will be at 3 p.m. March 4 at the Church of the Good Shepherd.Seaside Funeral HomeRead or Share this story: http://callertim.es/2lGW4D6...

George Putnam - The Daily Iberian

Monday, February 20, 2017

Quarters which grew to have over 180 employees, a rental fleet of over 350 buildings and fabricating permanent quarters housing people offshore Israel, Nigeria, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Mexico, Trinidad and the Gulf of Mexico.He never forgot his farming roots and enjoyed aquaculture. At one time he tried importing Australian crawfish and enjoyed providing large crawfish from his two farms in Kaplan and Meaux to several local restaurants.Mr. Putnam also had a long history of community involvement. Some of his affiliations included The Abbeville Kiwanis Club, where he was named Outstanding Kiwanian in 1967. He was Senior Warden of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and sang in its choir. He was also noted for his prize-winning Camelias.Mr. Putman showed extreme determination and strength in living with Parkinson’s Disease for over 35 years, longer than anyone on record.Visitation was observed at Vincent Funeral from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday January 6, 2017, and on Saturday, January 7, 2017, from 10 a.m. until time of the funeral service at Vincent Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery in Abbeville.Pallbearers were his nephews Ed Carter, Frank Liddell and Robert Liddell, along with Daniel Gaspard, Gil Meaux, Josh Newman and Ritchie Theriot.In lieu of flowers, a memorial gift may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, P. O. Box 1101, Abbeville, LA 70511, or Mt. Carmel Elementary School, 405 Park Ave, Abbeville, LA 70510.Vincent Funeral Home of Abbeville, 209 S St Charles St., 893-4661, will be handling arrangements.

CARIBBEAT: N.Y. radio's Pat Bailey will surely be missed - New York Daily News

Monday, December 26, 2016

Bakery, Bedessee Imports, Associated Supermarkets and Shorefront Toys for Tots.For more information, call (917) 651-4499, (718) 467-1797 or send email to wiadcainc@gmail.com.CARIBBEAT: Exhibit on Trinidad visual artist Cheryl ByronThe Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble will be performing today in "Siete Mares," a new work written, choreographed and directed by Oyu Oro ensemble founder Danys (La Mora) Pérez.(Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble)AFRO-CUBAN DANCE IN NEW YORKAn injection of vibrant Cuban culture — 10 principal performers from some of that Caribbean nations renowned dance companies — is spicing the debut of "Siete Mares," a new work by the Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble, taking place today in Manhattan at City College Center for the Arts' Aaron Davis Hall, W. 135th St. (at Convent Ave.).The visiting performers — from the Ballet Folklorico Cutumba, The Folklorico National de Oriente, The Ballet Santiago and The National Theater Company "Cabildo Teatral Santiago" — will join Oyu Oro ensemble members in the dance piece, which was written, choreographed and directed by Afro-Cuban folklore master and Oyu Oro ensemble founder Danys (La Mora) Pérez.The show, part of the third part of a series of works, focuses on African-based Orisha culture's goddess Yemayá, an influential deity who represents ocean and maternity.CARIBBEAT: Journalist Gwen Ifill had roots in New York, BarbadosTickets for the event — $30 for general admission, $25 for students/children and $20 for seniors — can be purchased online at www.citycollegecenterforthearts.org, by calling (212) 650-6900 or visiting the Aaron Davis Hall box office, at W. 135th St. (at Convent Ave.), Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. For more information on Oyu Oro ensemble, visit www.oyuoro-afrocuban.com.The 1960 photo of Guyana-born E.R. Braithwaite, who’s writing career soared with autobiographical novel "To Sir, With Love." He died last week at 104.(FPG/Getty Images)'TO SIR, WITH LOVE' AUTHORE.R. BRAITHWAITE DIESE.R. Braithwaite, the Guyana-born educator whose teaching experiences in London's East End slums were the inspiration for the international best-selling novel "To Sir, With Love," a movie and a hit song, died last week in Rockville, Md., reported the Associated Press. He was 104.According to his companion, Ginette Ast, Braithwaite became ill on Dec. 12 and died later that day at the Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center.The autobiographical "To Sir, Wi...

Grenon, Elizabeth A. (Hawkes) - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 12, 2016

She traveled with friends and family, birding around the U. S. and Canada, and in Peru, India, Australia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, the Netherlands, Germany, France, the U.K., Trinidad and Tobago, Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, and Panama. She loved her view of the woods at home near Fontenelle Forest, witnessing the historic return of Wild Turkeys, nesting Cooper's Hawks, and Pileated Woodpeckers from her living room, as well as all the birds she coddled at the feeders. In her last days of activity at home before telling us it was time to move to hospice, Mom spent her time getting N.O.U.'s finances in tidy shape to hand off to the next treasurer. She was devoted to others, and better organized and adjusted to this last move than the rest of us. Go look at some birds. That one you're looking at was her favorite. CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE 1pm, Sunday, December 18, with VISITATION following until 4pm, all at Fontenelle Forest Nature Center. Memorials to NE Ornithologists' Union, or Fontenelle Forest Association. BELLEVUE MEMORIAL CHAPEL Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler 2202 Hancock St, Bellevue 402-291-5000 www.bellevuefuneralchapel.com...

Hundreds mourn beloved homeless man at funeral for him at Catholic church - Catholic News Service

Monday, December 05, 2016

Mass so that Hooker might be laid to rest with dignity and a headstone at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.According to a Richmond District blog, Hooker was originally from Trinidad and had spent time in Chicago before coming to San Francisco.Every day, Hooker worked his way along Clement Street with his shopping cart and would stand at a corner near Walgreens, usually talking to himself."This was a man who never asked for anything," Lea Grey Dimond, owner of Thidwick Books on Clement Street, told Catholic San Francisco, the archdiocesan newspaper.Hooker was one of three individuals profiled in a documentary about mental illness called "Voices." In the trailer for the documentary, Hooker says with a huge grin: "I suffer a lot, you know, and when you suffer, you must know to be kind."At a reception in the school gym following the funeral Mass for him, the community took turns sharing memories of Hooker and offering parting thoughts. "Voices" was shown afterward."Thomas had a gift for loving generously and unconditionally," said one speaker. "He brought our community something rare and special."A man in tears said he was overcome by the overflowing crowd who had come out to honor Hooker. The tears turned to laughter when he confessed he often "gave my money to Thomas instead of the church."Star of the Sea parishioners Arnold and Jean Low had brought food to Hooker for more than 20 years and were the ones to find him unresponsive on the morning of his death."Thomas was a kind and friendly soul, always had a smile on his face, always had something complimentary to say to you," said Arnold Low. "There are other homeless souls for you to reach out to.Also keep this in mind, he said: "When I am thirsty, you gave me to drink, when I was hungry, you gave me to eat, when I was cold you gave me clothes. Whatever you do for others, you do for me your Lord our God."- - -Gray is on the staff of Catholic San Francisco, newspaper of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

Hundreds mourn beloved homeless man at Star of the Sea parish - Catholic San Francisco

Monday, November 21, 2016

Mass so that Hooker might be laid to rest with dignity and a headstone at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.According to a Richmond District blog, Hooker was originally from Trinidad and had spent time in Chicago before coming to San Francisco.“This was a man who never asked for anything,” said Lea Grey Dimond, the owner of Thidwick Books on Clement Street.Every day, Hooker worked his way along Clement Street with his shopping cart, and would stand at the corner of Ninth Avenue near Walgreens, usually talking to himself.Hooker was one of three individuals profiled in a documentary about mental illness called “Voices.”In the trailer for the documentary Hooker says with a huge grin: “I suffer a lot, you know, and when you suffer you must know to be kind.”At a reception in the school gym following the Mass, the community took turns sharing memories of Hooker and offering parting thoughts. “Voices” was shown afterward.“Thomas had a gift for loving generously and unconditionally,” said one speaker. “He brought our community something rare and special.”A man in tears said he was overcome by the overflowing crowd who had come out to honor Hooker. The tears turned to laughter when he confessed he often “gave my money to Thomas instead of the church.”Star of the Sea parishioners Arnold and Jean Low had brought food to Hooker for more than 20 years and were the ones to find him unresponsive on the morning of his death.“Thomas was a kind and friendly soul, always had a smile on his face, always had something complimentary to say to you,” said Arnold Low. “There are other homeless souls for you to reach out to.Also keep this in mind he said, “When I am thirsty, you gave me to drink, when I was hungry, you gave me to eat, when I was cold you gave me clothes. Whatever you do for others, you do for me your Lord our God.”From November 17, 2016 issue of Catholic San Francisco.

Ray T. Bersabe - The Mercury News

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, doing double duty as devoted godfather to Vendela.All who knew Mr. Bersabe are invited to his visitation at Lima Family Milpitas-Fremont Mortuary, Sunday and Monday, July 17 and July 18. Following the Monday visitation, there will be a vigil service at 7 p.m. The funeral service will take place at Lima’s Cedar Lawn Memorial Park at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 19. In honor of Mr. Bersabe’s love of nature, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to The Nature Conservancy at conserveca.org/donate.