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Obituary: Richard K. Davis - Malibu Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Navy family. His father died when he was six and his mother moved the family to Coronado, Calif., where he grew up. It was here he developed his lifelong love for surfing. He attended the New Mexico Military Institute for high school where he played football and basketball. He earned a full scholarship to Cornell University where he played lacrosse and developed his passion for the “Big Red” lacrosse team. After graduating with a degree in anthropology, he joined the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant and shipped off to Korea. After returning, he went to work for Sperry Rand Univac in New York City, beginning a career in the computer industry. While there, he also married Jane Kiely on May 4, 1957. In 1958, they moved to Berkeley where he earned an MBA in Operations Research from UC Berkeley and they also had the first of their six children. Upon graduating, they moved to Hinsdale, Ill., where he worked for Touche Ross (now Deloitte & Touche). After two years, they returned to California so that he could go to work for North American Aviation. They took up residence in Malibu. In the early 1970s, he and his business partner acquired Performance Development Corporation. Over the next 40+ years, they would travel the U.S. and the world advising many of the Fortune 500 and various arms

Ryan Fladhammer - La Crosse Tribune

Monday, May 01, 2017

Doyle (Diane) Fladhammer of Wisconsin Dells; mother, Debra (Terry) Monroe of Hawkeye, Iowa; siblings, Brent and Allison of Wisconsin Dells; and paternal grandparents, James and Verna Fladhammer of New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, James and Hazel Flynn. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the woundedwarriorproject.org would be appreciated.The Conway-Picha Funeral Home and Crematory of Lyndon Station, assisted the family with arrangements. For online condolences and information, go to www.pichafuneralhome.com.

UPDATED WITH OBITUARY, FUNERAL SERVICE: Suspect in murders of Goshen's Michael Sharp, two others arrested - Goshen News

Monday, May 01, 2017

M. J. was the coordinator of this group.At the time of his death, Michael Sharp’s North American base was in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of a semi-intentional community of persons who valued peace and cherished community known as the Plex. He moved there in October 2016.An acquaintance from National Public Radio recalled that “Michael Sharp believed in the power of persuasion. The 34-year-old ... with a penchant for plaid shirts would walk, unarmed, deep into rebel-held territory in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sit in the shade of banana trees with rebels and exchange stories.... Of course

Donald Bohn Sr., second-generation auto dealer, dies at 93 - NOLA.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Scott and Van Bohn of Metairie; four daughters, Kathleen Baldwin of New Orleans, Priscilla Dalton of Metairie, Donna Marie Patten of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, and Theresa Goodman of Santa Fe, New Mexico; four stepchildren; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.His first marriage, to Kathleen "Kit" Zetzmann Bohn, ended in divorce. She died in 2014.A Mass was held Monday (March 20) at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home.Burial was private.

Obituary: Robert 'Buzz' Miller - Twin Falls Times-News

Monday, March 13, 2017

Gunnison, Colorado where Buzz grew up on his stepfather’s cattle ranch. Buzz graduated from Gunnison High School. He attended college in Odessa, Texas.Buzz met Wilma “Billie” Magonegil in Grants, New Mexico where he was working at the Kerr-McGee Uranium mine. Buzz and Billie married on May 15, 1962 in Grants and had their first child, Robin, there. They moved to Elko, Nevada in 1965 where their second daughter, Rachelle, was born. A few years later, they moved to Pocatello, Idaho where their third daughter, Renee, was born. Their final move brought them to Jerome on February 28, 1968.During Buzz’s lifetime, he had many occupations, he was truly a jack of all trades. He was a miner, an insurance adjuster for General Motors, a truck driver, an automotive painter, an auto mechanic, car salesman, construction worker, auto parts shop owner, emu rancher, gun cabinet builder, and an antique store owner.But Buzz’s favorite “occupation” was being a grandfather. He loved having his grandchildren around. Teaching them to fish, shoot a gun, and regaling them with grand stories. He was always up for an adventure. His grandchildren, Aidan and Finn, brought him great joy.Buzz loved socializing, dancing and just visiting with anyone. He was well known around Jerome, and will be missed by many.Buzz was preceded in death by his wife of 26 years, Wilma “Billie” Miller; two step children, Terri and Colleen; father, LaVon Miller, m

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Newmarket cyclist dies in Arizona five days after crash - The Union Leader

Monday, May 01, 2017

Gila, the Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team announced on Saturday.Young, 21, of Newmarket, suffered severe head injuries in the crash, which occurred at high speed during a mountain descent in New Mexico."We lost a friend, a teammate and a family member. I have no words that can express my pain over this loss," said team manager Axel Merckx, general manager."I can only say that I am very thankful to have known him and that I feel privileged to have been able to share in his passion for cycling."The fatal crash also involved several other cyclists, who escaped serious injury."The crash itself was really no different or remarkable to any other," Mobius Future Racing general manager Tom Petty told cyclingnews.com. "A small bunch of riders came into the corner. It was a bit deceiving; they realized they'd misjudged it and in the correction, lost control and crashed," he said.Young, in his third year with the Axeon team, was racing his first Tour of the Gila.Fellow cyclists paid tribute to him after hearing the news.One cyclist, Nate Morse, wrote on Instagram: "Chad Young: A friend, a teammate, and an inspiration. A talent, a genius, but humble. An unforgettable smile, laugh, and personality."

Margaret Monahan - Journal Gazette and Times-Courier

Saturday, April 08, 2017

ARCOLA -- Ms. Margaret Ann Monahan of Chicago and formerly of Arcola died peacefully in her sleep at the age of 51 on the morning of Monday, March 20th.Margaret was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1965. She graduated from Arcola High School in 1983 and from St. Mary's College in South Bend, Indiana in 1987. She earned a master of social work degree from the University of Illinois Chicago in 1992. For the last 28 years she has provided crisis intervention and counseling to abused and neglected children at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, most recently as the clinical director of Youth and Family Therapeutic Services. In 2012 she received the Humanitas Award from St. Mary's College. She was a member of Old St. Pat’s Parish in Chicago.Margaret lived a life of quiet faith, always dedicated to the mission of Catholic Charities and to the children that she served. Her memory will always be treasured by a vast network of friends who will remember her compassion and the gift of presence that she constantly provided. She excelled at making everyone she met feel special. She was an avid Cubs fan and loved to travel with her dear friends. She was an impressiv

Sam Houston IV - Katy Times

Monday, April 03, 2017

Dylan. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and other loving family members.He attended Schreiner Military Academy and Allen Academy in Texas as well as St. Michael’s College in New Mexico. He graduated from the University of Houston taking a BA in History degree. Sam served in the United States Army as an infantry platoon leader, and then served in the Army Reserve for sixteen years, retiring with the rank of Lt. Colonel. Over many years, Sam had a work career in the steel industry.One of Sam’s great interests throughout his adult life was the reaching out to children and adults alike in bringing to all a greater awareness and knowledge of Texas history. He was a speaker to many classes of children, and to numerous clubs and organizations. He was a frequent speaker at the annual San Jacinto Day celebrations.Sam was invested into the Knighthood of the Order of San Jacinto in 1985, had served as Knight Commander of the Order, and had served as the President General of The Sons of the Republic of Texas from 1990 to 1992.He had also served as President of the San Jacinto Chapter #1; and, in 2016, was named President Emeritus of the Sam Houston Chapter.He served as General of the Texas Army, and was an Admiral in the Texas Navy. He was honored by the Paul Carrington Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, as the recipient of the George Washington Award.Throughout his adult life, he was honored by numerous heritage, service, fraternal and other societies.A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at Schmidt Funeral Home - Grand Parkway.In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made in Sam’s name to The Sons of the Republic of Texas, Sam Houston Chapter, 1717 8th Street, Bay City, Texas 77414.Condolences may be expressed at www.SchmidtFuneralHome.netFune

Fugitive who killed couple dies in prison - Albuquerque Journal

Monday, March 27, 2017

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — John McCluskey – an infamous New Mexico murderer whom federal prosecutors tried to put on death row – died in federal custody this week at 52.John McCluskeyElizabeth Martinez, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Mexico, said McCluskey died Tuesday after spending time in a maximum-security federal prison outside Florence, Colo.Prison officials didn’t return calls for comment about how McCluskey died. During his court proceedings several years ago, attorneys said McCluskey was in poor health.Gary Mitchell, one of McCluskey’s attorneys, couldn’t be reached for comment on Thursday. But during a closing argument in 2013, he suggested that McCluskey was dying.AdvertisementContinue reading“We’re going to decide if you’re going to kill a man already dying of Crohn’s disease, hepatitis C, and gout,” he said in court, according to a transcript of the proceeding.McCluskey on July 30, 2010, escaped from a state prison in Kingman, Ariz., along with inmates Tracy Allen Province and Daniel Renwic

Funeral held for Kentucky Air Force captain, UK graduate killed in Special Operations crash - Lexington Herald Leader

Monday, March 27, 2017

A U.S. Air Force captain who was killed in a March 14 aircraft crash in New Mexico grew up in Northern Kentucky.Former Union, Kentucky, resident Capt. Kenneth Dalga was buried at Highland Cemetery in Fort Mitchell after a funeral Friday. Dalga was 29. The University of Kentucky graduate was a combat systems officer for the Air Force’s 318th Special Operations Squadron.Dalga was one of three Air Force aircrew members killed when their U-28A aircraft crashed in Clovis, N.M., while on a training mission. The cause of the crash remains under investigation, according to the U.S. Air Force. A U-28 is a 47-foot-long plane used by Air Force Special Operations Command.Linnemann Funeral Homes in Burlington handled arrangements and posted an obituary for Dalga online that was published in the Kentucky Enquirer.Dalga was born in Goldsboro, N.C., when his father was stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Dalga attended Ockerman elementary and middle schools in Florence before moving to North Carolina to attend high school. While at UK, Dalga was a member of the M