Miscellaneous Chaves County, New Mexico Obituaries - 2001


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Bud Eppers
Services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, at The First Christian Church of Roswell for Bud Eppers, 66, of Roswell who passed away Jan. 11, 2001, at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas. Pastor Danny Sons of Midway Assembly of God Church will conduct the service. Interment will follow at South Park Cemetery.
Bud was born Feb. 22, 1934, in Roswell, to Howard William and Eunice K. Eppers, who had settled in this area in 1912. His parents preceded him in death.
He married Alice Long Dec. 7, 1951, in Santa Rosa. She survives him at the family home.
Other survivors include three sons, Carl Eppers and his wife, Sandy, of Dexter, Tommy Eppers and his wife, Tanya, of Lubbock, and Bobby Eppers and his wife, Margaret, of Lubbock; and daughter, Cathy Thompson of Roswell. 
He is also survived by a sister, Rita Peck of Houston; seven grandchildren, LaDon Erskine, of Kosse, Texas, Jerri Parry of Waco, Texas, Lisa Martinez of Lubbock, Kirk Eppers of Lubbock, Paul Thompson, Melissa Thompson and Dawna Eppers, all of Roswell; and six great-grandchildren.
Bud had been an area resident all of his life. He attended Roswell public schools, and graduated in 1952. He enrolled in New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, specializing in livestock and range courses from 1952-1954. He was a life member of the First Christian Church of Roswell. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, roping and water sports.
He began his career in the livestock production business on the family ranch with his step-father,Will Johnson. He purchased his first herd of sheep in 1951, and first herd of cattle in 1963. He operated and managed the family ranch since 1962. He acquired the neighboring ranch in 1970. Both ranches produce high quality Debouillet sheep, English cross cows and yearlings.
He formed a consulting service, named Bud Eppers and Associates, to assist landowners with water rights and issues effecting state and federal grazing leases and permits.
Mr. Eppers had been appointed to the Roswell Farmers Home Administration Committee in 1975; the New Mexico State University, Range Improvement Task Force Advisory Committee from 1978 until the present; was /secretary/director, New Mexico Department of Agriculture Advisory Committee from 1984 until present; and Secretary of the Interior, National Public Land Advisory Committee from 1986 until 1991.
Bud was the chairman of the Landowner, State and Federal Range Caterpillar/Grasshopper Spraying Committee; a member of National Cattlemens’ Association and served on the board of directors and was chairman of Public Lands Committee; was president of National Public Lands Council; a member of New Mexico Cattle Growers Association, serving as president and chairman of Public Lands Committee and chairman of the Wildlife Committee, also serving as chairman of the Finance Committee and of the Legislative Committee; was president of New Mexico Public Lands Council; served on the board of directors of New Mexico Wool Growers Association, and was chairman of Public Lands Council, was chairman of Wildlife Committee. 
He also served as president of the Southeastern New Mexico Grazing Association; was chairman of the Bureau of Land Management Grazing Advisory Board; was a member of the Bureau of Land Management Roswell Advisory Board; a member of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau; a life member of the National Rifle Association; a member of the B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 969; a registered lobbyist of the New Mexico State Legislature; and chairman of the Chaves County Public Land Advisory Committee.
In his career, he had many honors bestowed on him, including he was the Penasco Cowbell “Father of The Year” in 1977; the Berrendo Cowbell “Father of The Year” in 1978; New Mexico State Cowbell “Father of The Year” in 1979; was the Roswell Rotary Club Outstanding Service Award recipient in 1979; and received Outstanding Service Award New Mexico and Texas Ranchers in 1986; was New Mexico “Cattleman of The Year” in 1988. He also was honored as the New Mexico “Sheepman of the Year” in 1989; received the National Federal Land Conference Outstanding Service Award in 1989; was recognized by Newsweek as Top Twenty “Movers and Shakers” of the 90s in 1992; and received the Outstanding Leadership Award by New Mexico State University, College of Agriculture and Home Economics in 2000.
Pallbearers will be family members, Carl Eppers, Tommy Eppers, Cathy Thompson, Bobby Eppers, Paul Thompson and Kirk Eppers.
Memorials may be made in Mr. Eppers name to New Mexico State University Foundation, Attn: DuBois Rodeo Scholarship, New Mexico Department of Agriculture, MSC 3189, Box 30005, Las Cruces, NM 88003-8005.
Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Chapel.

Socorro Morales
A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today, Jan. 14, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church for Socorro Morales, 80, of Roswell who passed away Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2001, at a local nursing home.
A mass is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 15, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Fr. Juan Montoya O.F.M. will officiate. Burial will follow at South Park Cemetery.
Socorro will lie in state at Ballard Funeral Home for visitation until the time of her service.
Socorro was born July 27, 1920, in Sacramento, Chihuahua, Mexico, to Manuel Marrufo and Anita Holguin Marrufo. Both parents preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband, Jose Morales of Dexter; son, Tony Morales of Roswell; daughter, Sylvia Morales Ortega of Roswell; brothers, Alfonso Marrufo of Chaparral, Armando Marrufo and Manuel Marrufo, both of Chihuahua, Mexico; sisters, Francisca Marruto Vda de Lara of Juarez, Chihuahua, Rita Marrufo Vds de Garcia and Ernestina Marrufo Vda de Carrillo, both of Chihuahua. 
Socorro also had eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Socorro’s grandsons, Andres Morales, Anthony Morales, Marcos Morales, Ismael Morales and Sergio Ortega.
Honorary pallbearers will be her granddaughters, Cristina Ortega, Vanessa Morales, Andrea Morales and all her great-grandchildren.

A Tribute to Our Mother 
The day God called you home, 
In tears we saw you sinking
And watched you fade away. 
Our hearts were broken, 
We wanted you to stay.
But when we saw you sleeping
So peaceful from pain, we were at ease.
It broke out hearts to lose you, 
But you did not go alone,
For part of us went with you,
The day God took you home.
We Love You Mom

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Ballard Funeral Home.

Annie T. Aguilar
A rosary will be recited at 6 p.m., today, Jan. 14, at Ballard Funeral Chapel for Annie T. Aguilar, 77, of Roswell who passed away Thursday, Jan. 11, 2001, at her home.
A mass is scheduled for 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 15, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Burial will follow at South Park Cemetery. Fr. Juan Montoya O.F.M. will officiate.
Annie was born Aug. 23, 1923, in Capitan to Mateo Talavera and Marijina Benavidez Talavera.
May 21, 1940, Annie married Eusebio B. Aguilar in Carrizozo.
Annie was a loving wife, mother and homemaker. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.
Survivors include her sons, Danny T. Aguilar of Roswell and Eddie Aguilar Jr. and his wife, Karli, of El Paso Texas; daughter, Margaret Montoya and her husband, Primitivo, of Roswell; sister, Trina Zamora of Capitan; five grandchildren, David T. Aguilar, Stephen James Aguilar, Christopher Aguilar, Grace Aguilar and Loretta Aguilar; four great- grandchildren; and one special friend, Jenny Salinaz.
Annie was preceded in death by three sons, Joseph Aguilar, Pete Aguilar and David Aguilar; one daughter, Mary Jane Aguilar; a brother, Frank T Alavera; sister, Juanita Padilla; and one grandson, Victor Tesillo Jr.
Pallbearers will be Donald Aguilar, Nick Aguilar, Michael Aguilar, Vernon Aguilar, Larry Stone and Willie Vegara.
Honorary pallbearers will be all of Annie’s grandsons and nephews. 

God saw you
God saw you getting tired 
And a cure was not to be ...
So He put his arms around you
And whispered, “Come to Me.”
With tearful eyes we watched you 
And saw you pass away ...
And though we love you dearly,
We could not make you stay ...
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard-working hands were put to rest ... 
God broke our hearts to prove to us, 
He only takes the best.

The family would like to extend a very special thank you to the Aragon family for all their love and support.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Ballard Funeral Home.

Anne Alvis Audet
No services are scheduled for Anne Alvis Audet, 63, of Roswell who passed away Thursday, Jan. 11, 2001, at her home.
Anne was born Nov. 8, 1937, in Portland, Ore., to Dr. Harry Alvis and Bessie Iola Alvis. Her mother preceded her in death as well as one daughter, Julie Anderson.
April 11, 1986, Anne married Louis Eugene Audet in St. Petersburg, Fla. He survives her at the family home.
Anne moved to Roswell form St. Petersburg in December 1988. She was a wife, mother and homemaker.
Survivors include her father, Dr. Harry Alvis of Aztec; daughter Kathryn McKenna of St. Petersburg; sister, Betty Newton of Grand Prairie, Texas; and two grandchildren, Justin Craig and Chelsea Anderson.
Arrangements are under the direction of Ballard Funeral Home

Roy L. Williams
Roy L. Williams, 59, born in Dexter, passed away Sat. Jan. 6, 2001, in Los Lunas. He was a long-time, dedicated and respected employee of J & H Supply Company in Albuquerque.
Williams was preceded in death by his parents, Curtis H. and Ruby A. Williams. He is survived by his three sons, Curtis and his wife Debra of Roswell, Jimmy and his wife Debby, and Robert, both from Los Lunas; two daughters, Tamera Bradshaw of Roswell and Amber Frank of Montana; 11 grandchildren; and three sisters, Bessie and her husband Lee Pollock of Albuquerque, JoAnn Yates of St. Paul, Minn., and Glenda Sue Davids of Shawano, Wis.
Roy will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service was held Tuesday, Jan. 9 at Romero Funeral Home in Belen.

Geneva Bell Spurrier
A graveside service for Geneva Bell Spurrier, 83, of Lovington, will be held at 2 p.m. today at South Park Cemetery in Roswell. She passed away Jan. 9, 2001 in Lovington.
Spurrier was born in Shawnee, Okla., on June 10, 1917. She married Buck Spurrier on June 12, 1932. Her husband, as well as her brothers and her parents, preceded her in death.
Spurrier was a retired rancher and farmer and was a Baptist.
She is survived by four children, Dorothy Jean Hayes, Norma Jean Johnson, Pat Cumings and Vera Lee White; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity.

Boni U. Sena
A Rosary will be prayed at 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 12, for Boni U. Sena, 73, of Roswell, who passed away Jan. 10, 2001 at his home. The Resurrection Mass will be at 9 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, 2001, at St. John’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Memory Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Boni was born Nov. 9, 1927, in Vaughn, to Max and Adela Ulibarri Sena. Both parents preceded him in death.
He married Nellie Lita Torrez on March 26, 1949 in Santa Rosa. She passed away on Aug. 23, 1999.
Survivors include two sons, Jimmy Torrez of Albuquerque, and Boni Sena, Jr. of Roswell and a daughter, Diana Owsley of Roswell. He is also survived by a sister, Angie Bunch and her husband Bill of Roswell; eight grandchildren, Tricia Stafford of Roswell, Stephanie Sena of Roswell, Jeremy Sena of Roswell, Juliette Baxter of Roswell, Jimmy Gene Torrez of Puerto Rico, Tammy Torrez, Chris Torrez and Philip Torrez all of Albuquerque; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Boni had lived in Roswell since 1950, and was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church. He had been a carpet and tile installer for 40 years, and had been the owner of Sena’s Carpet Service.
Mr. Sena served his country in the U. S. Army.
Pallbearers will be David Vega, Chris Torrez, Jeremy Sena, Bobby Turner, Raymond Luras, Elias Guajaca and Orlando Garcia.
Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Chapel.

George H. Hunker, Jr.
George H. Hunker, Jr., a longtime Roswell lawyer and community leader, died at his home Jan. 11, 2001, after a brief illness.
Memorial Services are scheduled at 2 p.m., on Saturday, Jan. 13, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, with Fr. Bob Williams officiating.
Mr. Hunker was born on Sept. I, 1914 in Las Vegas, N.M., the son of a lawyer. He was a 1936 graduate of the University of Missouri and a 1939 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. It was at the University of Colorado that he met his future wife, Margaret Klett. The two were married 60 years ago on Dec. 21, 1940.
The Hunkers first settled in Santa Fe where Mr. Hunker was appointed to the office of Assistant State Attorney General. In 1942, he left that position to serve as a Naval officer in World War Il where he spent a brief period with the Judge Advocate General’s office in Washington, D.C., before being assigned to the troop transport vessel, USS Mann. After the war, the Hunkers relocated to Roswell where Mr. Hunker began a long and distinguished career in oil and gas law.
In 1945, he joined the Roswell firm of Hervey Dow & Hinkle. In 1965, George Hunker teamed up with Don M. Fedric and created the law firm now known as Hunker-Fedric, P.A This professional and personal collaboration has lasted more than 35 years.
Mr. Hunker’s professional accomplishments are numerous. He has been named in “Best Lawyers in New Mexico”; was a member of the American Judicature Association; both the American and New Mexico Bar Associations; and served as president of the Chaves County Bar Association.
In 1991, he became a New Mexico Board of Legal Specialization Recognized Specialist in Oil & Gas Law. He was also a member of the Independent Petroleum Associations of America and New Mexico; the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association (where he served as Chairman of the Public Lands Committee), and the New Mexico Landmans Association.
Over the years, Mr. Hunker has served the community of Roswell in many ways. He served as a member of both the Vestry and the Foundation of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. He has served as board member of the Roswell Independent School District, Treasurer of the Chaves County Heart Association; commissioner with the Roswell Housing Authority; Co-Chairman of the United Way of Roswell; Foundation Board Member of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell; and Chairman of the Board of the St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation. 
In addition, Mr. Hunker served as Director of Pioneer Savings & Loan Association for more than 25 years.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret Klett Hunker; a son, George H. Hunker, III of Lander, Wyo.; a daughter, Kay Tsui of Falls Church, Va.; and six grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to St. Andrew’s Foundation or Roswell Symphony Orchestra Foundation.
Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Chapel.

Lorraine D. Amirault
Lorraine D. Amirault, 76, former resident of Roswell died on Tuesday, January 9, 2001 in Albuquerque. She is survived by her sons, Harold Amirault and wife, Diane of Chicago, IL and Fred Amirault of Albuquerque; sister, Bernice Harrison of Carlsbad, NM and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Amirault, Sr. Lorraine worked at the Roswell Inn. 
Services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, Jan. 12, at Hoffmantown Church, 8888 Harper Road NE in Albuquerque. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to “Giving Back to the Future” Campaign, c/o Hoffmantown Church, 8888 Harper Road NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111. Arrangements made by: French Mortuary, Wyoming Chapel.

Ross Eugene Easterling
Dr. Ross Eugene Easterling was born in Pecos, Texas, on November 4, 1932, to parents Henry Thurman Easterling and Tommie Ross Easterling. His paternal grandparents were Judge E.E. Easterling (Henry) and Elizabeth Rawlings Easterling. Maternal grandparents were Charles H. Ross And Alice Ross.
Ross was an honor graduate of both the high school and junior college at New Mexico Military Institute then when on to the University of New Mexico to earn both his Bachelors and Masters degrees. He received his Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology from the University of New York, with highest honors. Upon graduation he was offered the number one position at the University of lowa in special education but opted to return to New Mexico and subsequently entered into both public and private practice.
Aside from his academic achievements, he was known as an avid horseman and polo player. While attending NMMI, he and his brother were captains of the NMMI Varsity Collegiate Polo Team; Ross in 1951 and Buzz in 1952. During these two years, the team won the National Collegiate Championship bringing the title west of the Mississippi for the very first time. Despite the loss of one eye in a polo accident after the second championship, he continued to play high goal polo.
He was married to Marilyn Tilden Joyce Spurr Easterling. Her parents were John R. Joyce II and Elizabeth Parilus Joyce. Marilyn is the granddaughter of J.F. Joyce II and Tilden Joyce Atkinson early pioneers who came west from Virginia and Missouri and settled in this area in the late 1800s. Ross and Marilyn’s grandparents (the Joyce’s and the Ross’) were long time friends and their respective families have been friends for five generations.
Besides his wife Marilyn, Ross leaves two children; Ross Eugene Easterling, Jr. of Eagle. Colo. and Elizabeth Lucille Rectenwald of Sacramento, Calif. He lost a daughter, Tom Easterling Vessel, in October of last year. Also surviving him are five grandchildren, Erin and Henry Rectenwald, Sophia Vessel and twin grandsons Joseph and Louie Vessel. He is also survived by his one brother, Bennett Thurmand Buzz Easterling of Quemado.
While at NMMI, Ross was offered an appointment by New Mexico Governor Meachum to West Point Academy which he did not accept because West point had relinquished their cavalry — no polo at West Point!
He earned tenure as a professor of psychology while at New Mexico State University during which he had the distinction of presenting ten PhD’s. On two separate occasions, two different New Mexico governors appointed Ross to serve on the Board of Examiners for the State of New Mexico. 
At one point, he was required to sign every psychologist license in the state of New Mexico. While at New Mexico State University, Ross was instrumental in procuring a sizable grant from national funding sources to further studies in counseling and psychology at that campus. He was respected and admired by all in his profession as well as those who knew him personally.
Services will be at 9 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Artesia, on Fourth and Grand Streets, Saturday, Jan. 13, with burial at the Ross family plot in the Pioneer Cemetery in Pecos, Texas later that afternoon, at 3:30 p.m. CMT.
Ross will lie in state at the First Baptist Church in Artesia from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12.
The family asks in lieu of flowers that contributions can be made to the Tom Easterling Vessel Scholarship Fund, c/o Artesia High School, 1002 Richardson, Artesia, NM 88210.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Ballard Funeral Home.

Maria S. Guevara
ALBUQUERQUE — Maria S. Guevara, 90, went home to the Lord Monday, Jan. 8, 2001. Maria was born in Walsenburg, Colo., April 21, 1910.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Guadalupe Guevara; and children, Abel Anthony Guevara, Manuel Guevara and Guadalupe Guevara.
She is survived by her daughter, Helen Vera and husband, Eloy; sons, Abraham Guevara and wife Geneva, David Guevara and Jimmy Guevara; daughter, Antonia “Ann” Tkacik and husband, Dennis; son, Bernie Guevara and wife, Anna; daughter, Josie Hernandez and husband, Joe; and son, Ernest Joe Guevara.
She is also survived by four brothers, Ollie Salazar, Alfred Salazar and wife, Alfie, Issac Salazar and Eugene Salazar and wife, Virginia; four sisters, Nellie Bravo and husband, Savintino, Pauline Cox, Virginia Vigil and Litha Norman and husband, Curtis.
Mrs. Guevara is also survived by 55 grandchildren; 108 great-grandchildren; and 17 great-great- grandchildren.
She will be deeply missed by her loving family.
Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at Garcia Mortuary in the chapel, 8th and Stover, Albuquerque. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Friday at Holy Family Catholic Church. Final visitation will be held from 9 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Garcia Mortuary.
A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Catholic Church with interment to follow at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
Casket bearers will be Abel Guevara Jr., Anthony Tkacik, Guadalupe “Pete” Guevara III, Bernie Guevara Jr., Carlos Hernandez and Abraham Guevara Jr. 
Honorary casket bearers will be Victor Eugene Guevara, Pete Guevara, Joe Guillen and Joey Hernandez.
For assistance with floral tributes, call (505)-243-5222. Funeral services are under the direction of Garcia Mortuary. 

Jack Rupe
Jack Rupe, 79, of Carlsbad passed away Monday, Jan. 8, 2001, at Lakeview Christian Home of the Southwest, Inc., in Carlsbad. He was in state Tuesday, Jan. 9, and will also be in state today, Jan. 10, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Denton-Funchess Funeral Home in Carlsbad.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 11, at First Baptist Church with Pastor Bob Bacon officiating. Interment will follow at Carlsbad Cemetery, with honors by the Carlsbad Veteran’s Honor Guard.
Rupe was born Aug. 5, 1921, to Earl L. Rupe and Beulah Bradley Rupe in Antlers, Okla., moving to Carlsbad as a boy. 
During World War II, he initially served in the National Guard and then as a sergeant in Battery F, coastal artillery, and was sent to the Philippines. He was captured at Bataan and was a survivor of the Bataan Death March. For 42 months, he was a prisoner of war and was liberated after the war — returning to Carlsbad in August 1945. 
Dec. 27, 1945, he married Dimple Lois Roberts in Carlsbad. He then entered law enforcement, serving with the Sheriff’s Department and later working for the Carlsbad Police Department. He returned to the Sheriff’s Department as the under sheriff for four years.
Rupe then ran for sheriff, winning consecutive terms from 1959 to 1961. After his second term, he served as a deputy marshal for the U.S. Marshal’s Office in Albuquerque from 1961 to 1981, and then served as U.S. Marshal for the District of New Mexico from 1981 to 1982.
In 1982, Rupe returned to Carlsbad. He was a member of VFW, DAV, BPOE 1558, Sheriff and Police Association and the Eddy County Sheriff’s Posse. Rupe was also a longtime member of First Baptist Church. 
He was preceded in death by his mother.
Survivors include his wife, Dimple Rupe, of Carlsbad; one son, Donald Rupe and his wife, Mary, of Albuquerque; two daughters, Patty Fleming and husband, Richard, of Albuquerque and Kathy Rockman and husband, Howard, of Albuquerque; one brother, Clifton Rupe of Albuquerque; one sister, Betty Reddy of Roswell; and six grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Kent Waller, Jack Childress, Erik Fleming, Sean Rockman, Terry Tidwell and Jim Harris. Honorary pallbearers will be the Eddy County Sheriff’s Posse and the Bataan Death March Survivors.
Memorial contributions may be made to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Edward C. Heckl
Edward C. Heckl, 97, of Roswell passed away Dec. 26, 2000. He was born Nov. 19, 1903, in Illinois to Joseph and Theresa Heckl. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Kathryne, and one daughter, Catherine Wicker.
“Mr. Ed” as he was fondly known, is survived by two daughters, Teresa Patzke and her husband, Louis, of Wauwatosa, Wis., and Corinne Maxey and her husband, Richard, of Riviera, Ariz.; two grandchildren, James Robert Wicker Jr. and his wife, Kim, of Hawaii, and Julie Witmer and her husband, David, of Virginia; and two great-grandchildren, Kayla Witmer and Chase Witmer of Virginia. 
He is also survived by his brother, Thorwald Heckl of Wisconsin and by his loving and caring church family at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.
Mr. Ed retired as the president of Mayfair National Bank in Wauwatosa. His banking career spanned 50 years, starting when he was a pageboy at age 14. 
He was active for many years in the Wauwatosa Police Reserve, was a past master of the Wauwatosa Masonic Lodge and active in the Shriners in Roswell. He and Kathryne were also active in several groups for retired people after they moved to Roswell.
Special prayers and other observances were incorporated into the regular services at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Jan. 7, in keeping with his wishes. His interment will take place in Brookfield, Wis. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Andrew’s Church Foundation, 505 N. Pennsylvania Ave., or to a charity of your choice.

Christy Hanagan Williams
Christy Hanagan Williams, 45, passed away, Jan. 8, 2001, in Tulsa, Okla.
Christy was the daughter of Genie Hanagan.
Services are at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12, at St. Pius Catholic Church in Tulsa.
Donations may be made in lieu of flowers to St. Pius Catholic School in Tulsa.

Ethel Chamberlin
A memorial service will be held Sunday, Jan. 14, in Phoenix for Ethel Chamberlin, 94, of Roswell who passed away Friday, Jan. 5, 2001, at her home.
Ethel was born June 15, 1906, in North Marcellon Township, Wis., to William and Fannie Woodworth Koeppe. They preceded her in death.
She married Edward Merle Chamberlin Jan. 29, 1949, in Watertown, Wis. He also preceded her in death.
Survivors include two step-sons, Alton Chamberlin and his wife, LaVona, of Roswell, and Robert Chamberlin of Houston; two sisters, Melissa Bell of Hillsboro, Texas, and Fannie Weishoff of Beaver Dam, Wis.; four grandchildren, Gary Chamberlin of Washington, DC., Roxane Cook of Atlanta, Guy Chamberlin and Nora Chamberlin, both of Roswell. 
She is also survived by six great-grandchildren.
Ethel had been a resident of Roswell for two years and was a member of the Assembly of God Church. She was a seamstress and a homemaker.
Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Chapel.

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