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A quote from the Bronco about a cadet, George O. Speer JC, who was killed in a Polo Game, is appropriate at this ceremony. He was born on Dec. He was born and reared and attended primary school in Lubbock. He was d to practice law in He served as an assistant Lubbock County District Attorney and from through represented the Lubbock District in the Texas House of Representatives for two terms. He later ed the family business Guarantee Abstract and Title Company. Lubbock Chapter No.
Adams lived in Texas all his life until about the last twenty years when he moved to Mexico eventually residing in Ojinaga. He died in Big Bend Hospital in Alpine of cancer. He will be sorely missed by all his family and many friends. Survivors include sons J. Collier Adams Jr. He is preceded in death by his parents. Ahlquist, John S. He was the great-nephew of M. Anderson, founder of M. Anderson Cancer Hospital. William is survived by his sister, Margaret Reiter, her husband the Honorable P. Reiter, and his Life Partner James B.
Avant, Grady, Jr. He was a loving husband and father and successful businessman. Hood, Texas. He retired in Roswell in , living the remaining years in Brookfield Country Club where he and his wife enjoyed wonderful friendships with their many friends and neighbors.
Bud earned his B. He served in the U. Navy during the Korean War. Bud was a member of the Optimist Club and commissioner of youth baseball while in Deerfield, Illinois. Bud loved fishing, travel of all kinds, and family reunions that included a Caribbean cruise and a week at a Dude ranch in the Colorado Mountains. Bud and Sherry created travel journals of every trip taken beginning in until While living in Georgetown he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
He was preceded in death by his mother, father, and step-mother as well as his sister, Billie Jean White and his step-son, Justin Clark. Beck, Stuart R. Native of San Francisco, CA. Retired as a supplier to the retail food industry after over 40 years service as vice president of Pioneer Soap Co.
San Francisco. Of Food Chains Inc. He was a 50 year member of the Illuminators, Inc. He proudly served in the U. Army during the Korean War with the 2nd Infantry Div. Beloved husband of Joan Hills Bernhard preceded in death for 23 years. Mark Bernhard of Larkspur, CA. Formerly married to Rogene F. Bernhard of Larkspur for 21 years.
Many nieces and nephews. A proud man who enjoyed life with his family and friends to the end. Best, Robert E. Jack was born November 25, to Katherine Nicholson and Dr. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Jack attended dental school at the University of Texas and received his DDS degree in Always knowing that he would return to Corpus Christi, Texas, Jack proudly served two years in the United States Air Force then returned home to establish his dental practice in Jack retired from his private dental practice in Passionate about his community, Jack served and dedicated many years to both charitable organizations and local government.
He was proud to serve the residents of Corpus Christi, Texas as mayor pro tem from and was a member of city council for six years. His distinguished service also included leadership positions in the Nueces County March of Dimes, Jr. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dr.
Jack will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Blake, MG Harry D. He married Winnifred Horton on June 16, , in Roswell. First Lt. Brock proudly served his nation in the U. Army as a tank commander in the Korean War. Brock led the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Company, 40th Division of the th Tank Battalion, where, in combat operations, he received a Purple Heart for wounds sustained in battle and also was awarded the Bronze Star for his bravery in combat action. In , Mr. Brock moved his family from Denver to Elizabethtown.
Brock was one of the original Denver, CO, Gates Rubber Company supervisors sent to Elizabethtown to open the Elizabethtown Gates Rubber plant in and assisted in the initial hiring of its new employees. He later became a department head for the company. Brookshire, S. He is survived by his two sons, daughter, and five grandchildren. Bill was born in Battle Creek in and raised in Columbus. He supported many people and organizations with his time, energy, leadership, and resources.
Bill may best be known as the owner of the Organ Stop Pizza restaurants. An accomplished pianist and theater organist in his own right, he loved music and was happiest when sharing it with others. With his restaurants, he entertained vast s of people, brought the theater organ and its music into the vernacular, launched the careers of many artists, and inspired and helped others to create similar restaurants across the country. He was a leader and active participant in all the major theater organ organizations, receiving honors and accolades from many.
His contribution to the theater organ community is difficult to over estimate. Bill was also a father: father to his children, and adopted father to many younger men and women who came to know, respect, and love him. Despite an ubiquitous to-do list, he was always present for and involved with those he cared for, sharing his love of music, the fun of water and snow skiing, the skills of a craftsman, his enthusiasm for life, his good sense, good humor, and good heart.
Active to the last, Bill traveled the country and world visiting friends and interesting places, continued to cross things of his to-do list, and even went jet skiing a month before his illness. Yet, he has sorely missed his wife, Barbara, who passed some years before him; may they be reunited. You have loved and taught us well, dearest father; with deepest respect and boundless love, you will be missed and remembered.
Broz, Dr. John S. He graduated from the New Mexico Military Institute in On July 27, , he married Carol Janice Younkin. Broz served residencies in general surgery and clinical and anatomical pathology in Omaha, as well as a residency in immunology at National Jewish Hospital in Denver.
Air Force from to He retired from the practice of medicine in He passed away Thursday, Oct. He was 77 years of age. Burton, James L. Born in Abilene in , while his parents were ranching on the Nunn Ranch in the Davis Mountains of far West Texas, Caldwell moved to Albany at the age of three attending grade school there, and graduated from New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell in He died April 11, Caldwell devoted more than five decades to the preservation and promotion of Texas history and culture, appointed to the Texas State Historical Survey Committee in by Governor Preston Smith.
He was an active member for thirteen years being reappointed by Governor Dolph Briscoe. He served on the Board of the Texas Historical Foundation for 36 years and became President of the Philosophical Society of Texas and has been a member from to the present. Richardson: The Man and His Works. Later, the Caldwells gave their Hertzog collection to the Library at H. In , he talked young book deer, Bill Wittliff of Encino Press, who later was active in the production of Lonesome Dove, to lend his talents in deing a reprint of an annotated edition of the book Shackelford County Sketches and then published it using his Clear Fork Press.
Caldwell and his wife founded The Lynch Line, a store in Albany that carried books, maps and information on Texas history and culture. Clifton also led in other organizations across the state. The series includes over twenty books about Texans and their architecture, built environment, and photography, as well as historic preservation and the flora and fauna of the state. A s President of the Texas State Historical Association, he established an endowment fund which provided financial incentives for young writers of the Webb Society, honoring his grandparents, Mr.
Caldwell of Breckenridge who had Webb as a boarder while a student at UT. At Watt Matthews urging, Caldwell assumed the restoration of the Aztec Theater using support of several civic leaders including Matthews. Through the years, Caldwell received various other awards, the latest in as the first recipient of the Texas Award from Humanities Texas. Clifton was a life-long Baptist. Preceding him in death were their daughter, Marilyn in , and his parents. Surviving him are his wife Shirley of fifty-nine years; four sons and three daughters-in-law——Lisa; Tina, and Anne Marie, nine grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; his sister, Molly Cline; his brother, Lee and sister-in-law Ruth; his niece Jeannette Cline Black; and nephews Cliff and Andrew Caldwell and Geoffrey Cline.
Campbell, John S. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He was born in Santa Fe, NM where he lived his entire life. He was married to Erlinda Rivera Casados who passed away some time ago. He is survived by his son Jimmy Casados, his daughter Donna Chavez and husband Ted Chavez, two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Chapman, Richard L. Willis was born on August 10th, in San Francisco and was a member of an early and prominent local family. Willis was president of both organizations. For many years he was dedicated to the Boy Scouts of America. He is survived by his wife Helen of 56 years and his sister Marguerite. Clinch, Nicholas B. Nick was one of the most notable climbing expedition leaders of his time. He also led the first ascent of Masherbrum in the same region in , the first ascent of Mount Vinson in Antarctica in and the first ascent of Ulugh Muztagh in Tibet in Nick began his many visits to the Tetons in , when he climbed the Grand Teton with Paul Petzoldt.
Coggins, John D. Creveling, Sr. He was head of international marketing for Lockeed Martin. Navy as a Naval Aviator.Military guy seeking Hubertus
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