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Berardinelli Family Funeral Service

1399 Luisa Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 984-8600
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LA Paloma Funeral Home

1424 4th Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 983-2555
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Loving Care Crematorium

906 Old Las Vegas Highway
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 466-6034
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McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary and Crematory

1320 Luisa Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 983-9151
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Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Sanfe Funeral Options

417 Rodeo Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 989-7032
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Rosario Cemetery

Paseo De Peralta & G
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 983-2322
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Santa Fe NM Obituaries and Death Notices

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

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Baton Rouge, and 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.

Funeral home helps to honor forgotten veteran - Santa Fe New Mexican

Monday, January 23, 2017

A Santa Fe funeral home will lay to rest a virtually unknown soldier Friday and is inviting community members to stand in as family to remember the man who died alone and, at the end of his life, seemed to have been forgotten.Lawrence Kays, 78, died of heart disease Nov. 16 at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center.Subscription RequiredAn online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.LoginChoose an online service.1 30 DAYS FREE $10.95 for 30 days Complete the form below to receive30 DAYS FREE unlimited access to SantaFeNewMexican.com and the new eNewMexican app for iOS and Android.(Billed at $10.95/mo thereafter.)This is a one-time special. If signed up more than once, the $10.95 will be billed at the start of your subscription.2 ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION $10.95 for 30 days Unlimited access to SantaFeNewMexican.com and PasatiempoMagazine.com on your computer, smart phone and tablet.3 ONLINE PLUS 7-DAY PRINT...

Community remembers business icon Jack Weathers - Edmond Sun

Monday, January 23, 2017

Weathers also liked fixing things for his children, including Scott’s and his brother Steve’s bicycles at home.“Jackie” grew-up as a farm boy on 80 acres near Charter Oak and Santa Fe. His dad was a dirt farmer, Scott said. He attended a one-room school house on South Division Street in Guthrie and was graduated from Edmond High School. Weathers then packed up and drove his Model-A to attend DeVry Technical Institute in Chicago, Scott said.He worked as a grocery store night stocker for two years while earning his degree. Later he returned to Oklahoma to work at a TV shop.“He drove a van. Back then all you had to do is have boxes of vacuum tubes and replaced them,” Scott continued.This was the time when the Weathers TV building at 2 S. Broadway was a grocery store. Weathers had worked for the owner as a teenager.“It was ironic later on that when he opened his own business — the small 12- by 15- room back where the Around the Corner Restaurant is — he worked for Don Stalter. But it was called Bloom Stalter Appliance,” Scott said.Stalter began selling TVs and needed Weathers to provide services. So he let Weathers run a small business out of this building in exchange for taking care of sales, Scott said.Weathers TV was established with a used panel truck and a tool box while Weathers continued his favorite pastime of being outdoors fishing and hunting.“He was a proponent of downtown Edmond,” said Steve Gibson, who owns McCalls men’s store downtown with his father Hoot Gibson. Weathers supported ideas to make downtown thrive, Steve continued.“When my dad first started Krazy Daze, Jack was all in on it,” Steve said. “He was stalwart in downtown Edmond which at the time, that was Edmond, when he opened Weathers TV.”Jack Weathers was preceded in death by his parents; his brother and granddaughter, and his first wife Nelda Weathers.He is survived by his wife, Karen Weathers; sister, Nelda Sherrill; sons, Scott Weathers (Val), Steve Weathers (Denise) and Karen's daughters, Delana Chipman (Chip), Carman Mason (Randy), Wendi Lile...

Tracy Peele Clark - Artesia Daily Press

Monday, January 16, 2017

Survivors include children Alyson McMinn of Roswell, Kim Pooley of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Tracy Reb Clark and wife Molly of Midland; grandchildren Traci McMinn Jobert and husband Greg of Santa Fe, Clint Pooley of Mineral Wells, and Seth Clark, Duncan Clark and Cooper Clark of Midland; sister Cynthia Corsi of Tucson, Ariz.; and brothers-in-law Jack Villard of Alamogordo and Richard Villard of Roswell.In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the West Texas Geology Foundation (WTGS) Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 1595, Midland, TX, 79702; or Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary, P.O. Box 51051, Midland, TX, 79710.Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Condolences may be expressed online at www.npwelch.com.

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

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Baton Rouge, and 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.

Funeral home helps to honor forgotten veteran - Santa Fe New Mexican

Monday, January 23, 2017

A Santa Fe funeral home will lay to rest a virtually unknown soldier Friday and is inviting community members to stand in as family to remember the man who died alone and, at the end of his life, seemed to have been forgotten.Lawrence Kays, 78, died of heart disease Nov. 16 at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center.Subscription RequiredAn online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.LoginChoose an online service.1 30 DAYS FREE $10.95 for 30 days Complete the form below to receive30 DAYS FREE unlimited access to SantaFeNewMexican.com and the new eNewMexican app for iOS and Android.(Billed at $10.95/mo thereafter.)This is a one-time special. If signed up more than once, the $10.95 will be billed at the start of your subscription.2 ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION $10.95 for 30 days Unlimited access to SantaFeNewMexican.com and PasatiempoMagazine.com on your computer, smart phone and tablet.3 ONLINE PLUS 7-DAY PRINT...

Community remembers business icon Jack Weathers - Edmond Sun

Monday, January 23, 2017

Weathers also liked fixing things for his children, including Scott’s and his brother Steve’s bicycles at home.“Jackie” grew-up as a farm boy on 80 acres near Charter Oak and Santa Fe. His dad was a dirt farmer, Scott said. He attended a one-room school house on South Division Street in Guthrie and was graduated from Edmond High School. Weathers then packed up and drove his Model-A to attend DeVry Technical Institute in Chicago, Scott said.He worked as a grocery store night stocker for two years while earning his degree. Later he returned to Oklahoma to work at a TV shop.“He drove a van. Back then all you had to do is have boxes of vacuum tubes and replaced them,” Scott continued.This was the time when the Weathers TV building at 2 S. Broadway was a grocery store. Weathers had worked for the owner as a teenager.“It was ironic later on that when he opened his own business — the small 12- by 15- room back where the Around the Corner Restaurant is — he worked for Don Stalter. But it was called Bloom Stalter Appliance,” Scott said.Stalter began selling TVs and needed Weathers to provide services. So he let Weathers run a small business out of this building in exchange for taking care of sales, Scott said.Weathers TV was established with a used panel truck and a tool box while Weathers continued his favorite pastime of being outdoors fishing and hunting.“He was a proponent of downtown Edmond,” said Steve Gibson, who owns McCalls men’s store downtown with his father Hoot Gibson. Weathers supported ideas to make downtown thrive, Steve continued.“When my dad first started Krazy Daze, Jack was all in on it,” Steve said. “He was stalwart in downtown Edmond which at the time, that was Edmond, when he opened Weathers TV.”Jack Weathers was preceded in death by his parents; his brother and granddaughter, and his first wife Nelda Weathers.He is survived by his wife, Karen Weathers; sister, Nelda Sherrill; sons, Scott Weathers (Val), Steve Weathers (Denise) and Karen's daughters, Delana Chipman (Chip), Carman Mason (Randy), Wendi Lile...

Tracy Peele Clark - Artesia Daily Press

Monday, January 16, 2017

Survivors include children Alyson McMinn of Roswell, Kim Pooley of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Tracy Reb Clark and wife Molly of Midland; grandchildren Traci McMinn Jobert and husband Greg of Santa Fe, Clint Pooley of Mineral Wells, and Seth Clark, Duncan Clark and Cooper Clark of Midland; sister Cynthia Corsi of Tucson, Ariz.; and brothers-in-law Jack Villard of Alamogordo and Richard Villard of Roswell.In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the West Texas Geology Foundation (WTGS) Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 1595, Midland, TX, 79702; or Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary, P.O. Box 51051, Midland, TX, 79710.Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Condolences may be expressed online at www.npwelch.com.