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Baca's Funeral Chapel BACA Sam

811 South Gold Avenue
Deming, NM 88030
(505) 546-9671
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Desert Lawn Cemetary and Cremation Svc

3770 Silver City Highway North West
Deming, NM 88030
(505) 546-3313
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820 South Gold Avenue
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Fiamma family member questions security as funerals for victims begin - Orlando Sentinel

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Kevin Lawson’s father, Rick Davis, still has many unanswered questions about his son’s death Monday at Fiamma.Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said former employee John Neumann, 45, entered an unlocked door at the Forsyth Road business around 8 a.m. Monday armed with a handgun.Davis said investigators told him that Neumann killed manager Robert Snyder first because he sat next to the door.Then Neumann turned his gun on Lawson, shooting him twice in the head and six more times in the body, according to Davis.He wonders why the business didn’t have tighter security, especially after Neumann was fired in April and there was rumor that he may retaliate.“I’m not trying to pass blame,” said Davis. “There wasn’t any heightened security. They talked about the threat all through the company.”Neumann then went to a break room and shot the three other victims before turning the gun on himself, Davis said.Demings said family members have made similar statements to investigators about retaliation, but they have not been able to confirm any of it.“He knew the strengths and weaknesses of the security in that building and used it to...

Catherine A. Zinda - Swift County Monitor

Monday, February 06, 2017

Catherine is survived by her children: Diane (and Mark) Grewe of Hutchinson, Denise (and Michael) Rose of Lakewood, CO, Vicki (and Robert) Lane of Willmar, Judy Deming of Madison, Maine, Allan Zinda and special friend Colleen Johnson of Benson, Ken Zinda and special friend Donna Siegle of Hutchinson, Paul Zinda and special friend Kay Nilsen of Willmar; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; sisters Margaret “Peggy” Fennell of Danvers and sister-in-law Lois Fennell of Danvers and several other nieces, nephews and other relatives.  In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Janet in infancy, brother Thomas and a brother in infancy; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Elizabeth (and Charles) Hughes and Clara (and James) Brown.

'Ride on, Big Norm': Motorcycle Deputy Lewis awarded Purple Heart ... - Orlando Sentinel

Monday, January 16, 2017

Police and SWAT raided a vacant building in the Rosemont area Sunday evening, but did not find the convicted felon.Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings honored Lewis during the service by awarding him with the agency's Purple Heart for his heroic actions responding to help capture Loyd.Demings said Lewis, a former football player at the University of Central Florida, was a one-of-a-kind servant to his community, striving to make people smile and the community safer."It is a rare police officer who can write you a ticket and you thank him or her for doing so," Demings said.One driver even wrote a letter to Lewis' supervisor about a ticket, or "coupon" as Lewis called them."I am poorer in my wallet then when we met, but I am richer for the experience of someone who truly exemplifies a good cop," the letter read.Before the service began, Lewis' parents, Norma and John, said their goodbyes. His casket, flanked by 40 flower arrangements, was then closed, and a large American Flag was draped over.Songs of worship filled the pews, and a photo montage of Lewis' life flashed on a big screen. His mother and father sat in the front row.The service, while celebrating Lewis' life, also honored a soul that fellow deputies will miss, especially those on his squad in the motorcycle patrol unit.Through tears, Corp. Salvatore Grimando, described his friend as "unforgettable.""You couldn't help but recognize his voice on the radio ... he would sound like he was having the best day of his life out there on the road, doing what he loved best, which was chasing down speeders on his Sheriff's Office motorcycle," he said before taking a minute to compose himself.Along with having a strict ethical loyalty to follow and implement the law, Lewis had a set of personal rules that others had to abide by.The first and most important guideline was to never touch his plate. His happy-go-lucky demeanor would quickly change, and a stern look would replace the smile he normally wore if someone even looked at one of his french fries the wrong way.It was one of the only times Lt. Carl Santiago could re...

Funeral services are set for Ronald Deming, victim in Thruway crash - WKTV

Monday, November 21, 2016

LITTLE FALLS, NY - Family members have announced funeral arrangements for the Little Falls man who was killed while directing traffic on the Thruway last week.Calling hours for Ronald Deming are being held on Wednesday evening from 5pm to 8pm at the Chapman-Moser Funeral Home Inc. in Little Falls. The funeral home is located on 42 N. Ann Street.Deming's funeral is scheduled for 11am on Thursday at Holy Family Parish Church at the corner of Main and John Streets in Little Falls.Deming was hit by a car on on Friday.  Police say the investigation showed that two tow trucks were on the shoulder of the Thruway eastbound between Exit 30 and 29A in the Town of Danube, along with a Thruway maintenance truck, removing a vehicle involved in a previous accident.   They say a Ford Escape, driven by Matthew Jarniven, 31, swiped one of the tow trucks and then struck Ronald Deming, 58, of Little Falls, who was pronounced dead at the scene.Jarniven was arraigned Friday evening.  He was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.Officials say they found prescription pills that were not prescribed to him and marijuana in his vehicl...

Worst mass shooting in US history: 50 slain at gay nightclub - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, June 13, 2016

Danny Banks, an agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement."This is an incident, as I see it, that we certainly classify as domestic terror incident," Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.Mateen's father, Seddique Mir Mateen, told NBC News about his son seeing the men kissing a couple of months ago."We are saying we are apologizing for the whole incident," Seddique said. "We are in shock like the whole country."Mateen was a security guard with a company called G4S. In a 2012 newsletter, the firm identified him as working in West Palm Beach. In a statement sent Sunday to the Palm Beach Post, the company confirmed that he had been an employee since September 2007. State records show that Mateen had held a firearms license since at least 2011.President Barack Obama called the shooting an "act of terror" and an "act of hate" targeting a place of "solidarity and empowerment" for gays and lesbians. He urged Americans to decide whether this is the kind of "country we want to be."Authorities said they had secured a van owned by the suspect outside the club. Meanwhile, a SWAT truck and a bomb-disposal unit were on the scene of an address associated with Mateen in Fort Pierce, about 120 miles southeast of Orlando.Across the country, police departments stepped up patrols in neighborhoods frequented by the LGBT community.

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Fiamma family member questions security as funerals for victims begin - Orlando Sentinel

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Kevin Lawson’s father, Rick Davis, still has many unanswered questions about his son’s death Monday at Fiamma.Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said former employee John Neumann, 45, entered an unlocked door at the Forsyth Road business around 8 a.m. Monday armed with a handgun.Davis said investigators told him that Neumann killed manager Robert Snyder first because he sat next to the door.Then Neumann turned his gun on Lawson, shooting him twice in the head and six more times in the body, according to Davis.He wonders why the business didn’t have tighter security, especially after Neumann was fired in April and there was rumor that he may retaliate.“I’m not trying to pass blame,” said Davis. “There wasn’t any heightened security. They talked about the threat all through the company.”Neumann then went to a break room and shot the three other victims before turning the gun on himself, Davis said.Demings said family members have made similar statements to investigators about retaliation, but they have not been able to confirm any of it.“He knew the strengths and weaknesses of the security in that building and used it to...

Catherine A. Zinda - Swift County Monitor

Monday, February 06, 2017

Catherine is survived by her children: Diane (and Mark) Grewe of Hutchinson, Denise (and Michael) Rose of Lakewood, CO, Vicki (and Robert) Lane of Willmar, Judy Deming of Madison, Maine, Allan Zinda and special friend Colleen Johnson of Benson, Ken Zinda and special friend Donna Siegle of Hutchinson, Paul Zinda and special friend Kay Nilsen of Willmar; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; sisters Margaret “Peggy” Fennell of Danvers and sister-in-law Lois Fennell of Danvers and several other nieces, nephews and other relatives.  In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Janet in infancy, brother Thomas and a brother in infancy; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Elizabeth (and Charles) Hughes and Clara (and James) Brown.

'Ride on, Big Norm': Motorcycle Deputy Lewis awarded Purple Heart ... - Orlando Sentinel

Monday, January 16, 2017

Police and SWAT raided a vacant building in the Rosemont area Sunday evening, but did not find the convicted felon.Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings honored Lewis during the service by awarding him with the agency's Purple Heart for his heroic actions responding to help capture Loyd.Demings said Lewis, a former football player at the University of Central Florida, was a one-of-a-kind servant to his community, striving to make people smile and the community safer."It is a rare police officer who can write you a ticket and you thank him or her for doing so," Demings said.One driver even wrote a letter to Lewis' supervisor about a ticket, or "coupon" as Lewis called them."I am poorer in my wallet then when we met, but I am richer for the experience of someone who truly exemplifies a good cop," the letter read.Before the service began, Lewis' parents, Norma and John, said their goodbyes. His casket, flanked by 40 flower arrangements, was then closed, and a large American Flag was draped over.Songs of worship filled the pews, and a photo montage of Lewis' life flashed on a big screen. His mother and father sat in the front row.The service, while celebrating Lewis' life, also honored a soul that fellow deputies will miss, especially those on his squad in the motorcycle patrol unit.Through tears, Corp. Salvatore Grimando, described his friend as "unforgettable.""You couldn't help but recognize his voice on the radio ... he would sound like he was having the best day of his life out there on the road, doing what he loved best, which was chasing down speeders on his Sheriff's Office motorcycle," he said before taking a minute to compose himself.Along with having a strict ethical loyalty to follow and implement the law, Lewis had a set of personal rules that others had to abide by.The first and most important guideline was to never touch his plate. His happy-go-lucky demeanor would quickly change, and a stern look would replace the smile he normally wore if someone even looked at one of his french fries the wrong way.It was one of the only times Lt. Carl Santiago could re...

Funeral services are set for Ronald Deming, victim in Thruway crash - WKTV

Monday, November 21, 2016

LITTLE FALLS, NY - Family members have announced funeral arrangements for the Little Falls man who was killed while directing traffic on the Thruway last week.Calling hours for Ronald Deming are being held on Wednesday evening from 5pm to 8pm at the Chapman-Moser Funeral Home Inc. in Little Falls. The funeral home is located on 42 N. Ann Street.Deming's funeral is scheduled for 11am on Thursday at Holy Family Parish Church at the corner of Main and John Streets in Little Falls.Deming was hit by a car on on Friday.  Police say the investigation showed that two tow trucks were on the shoulder of the Thruway eastbound between Exit 30 and 29A in the Town of Danube, along with a Thruway maintenance truck, removing a vehicle involved in a previous accident.   They say a Ford Escape, driven by Matthew Jarniven, 31, swiped one of the tow trucks and then struck Ronald Deming, 58, of Little Falls, who was pronounced dead at the scene.Jarniven was arraigned Friday evening.  He was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.Officials say they found prescription pills that were not prescribed to him and marijuana in his vehicl...

Worst mass shooting in US history: 50 slain at gay nightclub - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, June 13, 2016

Danny Banks, an agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement."This is an incident, as I see it, that we certainly classify as domestic terror incident," Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.Mateen's father, Seddique Mir Mateen, told NBC News about his son seeing the men kissing a couple of months ago."We are saying we are apologizing for the whole incident," Seddique said. "We are in shock like the whole country."Mateen was a security guard with a company called G4S. In a 2012 newsletter, the firm identified him as working in West Palm Beach. In a statement sent Sunday to the Palm Beach Post, the company confirmed that he had been an employee since September 2007. State records show that Mateen had held a firearms license since at least 2011.President Barack Obama called the shooting an "act of terror" and an "act of hate" targeting a place of "solidarity and empowerment" for gays and lesbians. He urged Americans to decide whether this is the kind of "country we want to be."Authorities said they had secured a van owned by the suspect outside the club. Meanwhile, a SWAT truck and a bomb-disposal unit were on the scene of an address associated with Mateen in Fort Pierce, about 120 miles southeast of Orlando.Across the country, police departments stepped up patrols in neighborhoods frequented by the LGBT community.