He married Rosemary Rhoten on June 4, , in Salem. He attended schools in Tucumcari, NM. He served in the Marine Corps and in the Army. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Marshall of Zhanjiang, China, and Howard of Snyder, Texas; a daughter, Mary Gardiner of Ashland; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
His first wife, Robinda Flaten, died previously. Kirklighter, Donald R. Koury, Micheal D. David was employed by Coors Distributorships for 31 years where he served as statewide General Sales Manager. He served in the Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Lacy, Wilbert D. He was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, the son of W. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Clara Cooper Lacy and his beloved sons and their wives; William D.
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Lacy and Jeannie Birdwell Lacy. He also served in the Army. He was a manager of Monroe Systems for Business for 30 years.
Lances, Jack H. He was a captain in the U. Air Force from He met the love of his life, Peggy Wolff Lewis, at age They were in love for 70 years and married for 63 wonderful years. Lewis and his wife Susan, and Laurie L. Saunders and her husband John; nine grandchildren: John T. Jack and Peggy were world travelers and instilled their love of travel and adventure in their children and grandchildren by starting a tradition of annual family trips that took them all over the world.
These are some of their most treasured memories and one of their greatest legacies. Under his leadership, Jefferson Bank grew significantly. Jack was a proud Eagle Scout. Jack was a voracious reader, loved his cross-word puzzles, and was talented at telling jokes and limericks. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved spending time hunting and fishing in the field with his buddies, children, and grandchildren. He loved to travel extensively and enjoyed summers in Carmel with Peggy.
He was a strong man who encouraged others to be the best they could be. The family would like to thank Andres Cisneros and Paola Rios, for their unwavering care for Jack and all the Lewis family for nearly 30 years. Lewis, M. During the Korean War he trained a group of South Koreans on the engine room operations of the destroyer escort the United States was giving to South Korea. Following his active duty, he remained in the Naval Reserve for a number of years. His careers have included the building of custom homes in St.
Petersburg, FL, mortgage banking in the Atlanta area, and the handling of the financial affairs of the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture. He was also president of Lewis Rentals, Co. In Atlanta he served as the St. He was an active communicant of St. Lightfoot, Sr. He passed away on Monday, the 26th of August , in Houston. He was a graduate of New Mexico Military Institute where he was on the rifle team, and graduated from University of Houston, which he attended on a scholastic scholarship from Associated General Contractors.
He received the Commendation Medal for his work in Korea. At dawn, while checking on his road construction crew, his helicopter flew through invisible high line wires and crashed, putting the city of Verdon out of lights.
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Following retirement from the Army, he pursued a career in the construction industry specializing in plumbing and the automatic fire sprinkler industry. Cherokey Piping, began by him and his wife, was first in Texas to install fire sprinklers in apartments. Lightfoot, Thomas E. Prior to entering the U.
While stationed at Sembach A. He was employed by Jerold L. Tom enjoyed his hunting, scuba diving, fishing, sailing, tennis and skiing.
He loved sailing the Harvest Moon Regatta with his brother Bob, hunting in the mountains of Colorado with his son Tommy, fly fishing the rivers of Arkansas, scuba diving all around the Caribbean and fishing the waters of Texas and Louisiana. The family would like to extend their appreciation to Dr.
Robert Amato and his wonderful staff and also the Belmont Village for their excellent care. Livermore, Glen H. He graduated form McCurdy High School in After high school he worked in the family business Livermore Construction until when he joined the Navy and served on the USS Whitehurst a Destroyer Escort ship until He then went to work as a mechanical technician at the Los Alamos National Lab until he retired in In he met Helen his wife of 57 years.
Loy, Stephen G. Loy and Martha Florence Morse. He descended from an early Texas and early Houston family. He was raised by his father to believe integrity and honor should be the keystones of his life. He proudly served his country in the U. Army as a 1st Lieutenant in the 11th Airborne Division. Stephen is survived by his wife, Penelope Stewart Loy, who gave him many years of joy, comfort, and love; son, Stephen G.
Mallas, George W. And Olga C. Mann of Torreon, Mexico. He graduated in from the New Mexico Military Institute, where he lettered in golf and served on the rifle team. Alban graduated with a degree in International Economics from San Diego State University in and did one year of post graduate work prior to receiving a commission in the US Army, where he served in both the United States and Germany. After leaving the army with the rank of Captain, he spent the next forty years as an executive in the field of international shipping, where he successfully served three major companies: American Express, Montgomery Ward, and Mattel, from which he retired in Always, he sought to support local educational and sports opportunities for you.
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As he grew more aware of the challenges to at-risk youth in the community, he extended his efforts towards working to benefit the boys who were residents of the Child Net Long Beach Youth Home, and served for many years as an active board member of the Long Beach Youth Home Boosters.
He chaired the fund raisers: Festival of the Chefs, the Romantic Interlude twice , and served in the capacity of President. Alban was recognized as Volunteer of the Year in and at that time was presented with a letter of commendation from Congressman Steve Horn. Then, Al focused on Long Beach City College, seeing it as an essential Link of Hope that could place higher educati on within reach of all area residents.