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  • Harding County :: Phillip Joseph Archuleta
    Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Phillip Joseph Archuleta Phillip Joseph Archuleta 1935 2012 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Philip Joseph Archuleta Union County Leader Mariott manager Philip Joseph Archuleta 76 died Sunday Feb 26 2012 at his home in Roy He was born Dec 9 1935 in Roy to Antonio Archuleta and Alice Gonzales Archuleta He joined the U S Marines during the Korean War and served as a tank commander After he returned from the military Phillip worked for the Union County Leader for a few years before moving to Albuquerque where he worked as a manager for Mariott for several years In addtion to his parents Philip was preceded in death by a brother Louie and a sister Becky He

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  • Harding County :: Allen F. Thompson
    Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Allen F Thompson Allen F Thompson 1925 2012 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Allen F Thompson of Solano New Mexico died Thursday March 15 2012 at CovenantHospital in Lubbock Texas He was 86 Mr Thompson was a life long resident of Harding County having been born at Solano on October 24 1925 to RalphF and Maggie Elizabeth Allen Thompson He was the oldest of seven children He began his schooling at Solano andgraduated from Roy High School He served in the South Pacific with the U S Navy during World War II Allen married Alice O Crawford in Springer New Mexico on November 9 1947 They lived on the family ranchsouth of Solano She preceded him in death on July 8 1989 Mr Thompson enjoyed his family gardening hunting and ranching He was a member of the United MethodistChurch of Solano He was a former member of the Order of the Eastern Star Masonic Lodge Roy School Board andHarding County Fair Board He was a past Chairman of the Harding County Republican Party County Commissionerand a

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  • Harding County :: Bill Brockman
    New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Bill Brockman age 83 died Monday March 19 2012 at his home on the Tramperos Ranch Southwest of Clayton New Mexico Funeral services will be held at 11 00 AM on Friday March 23 2012 atthe First Baptist Church in Clayton with Rev Billy Rammage pastor officiating Lunch will follow and burial will be held at 2 30 PM at San Juan Batista Church Cemetery on the Tramperos Ranch Arrangements areunder the direction of Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton Bill was born September 1 1928 in Roy New Mexico He was the eldestson of William D Mark Brockman and Lucile Pursell Brockman of Mills His grandparents came to New Mexico in 1909 to homestead land near Mills Bill was the eldest of five children He attended school at Mills until the school was consolidated with the Roy school After graduation from Roy in1946 he drove a truck moved houses and served a tour of duty in Okinawa When he returned to civilian life he met his future bride Violet Atchley while completing his Civil Engineering degree at New Mexico A and M which later became New Mexico State University The couple moved to the ranch temporarily to help his father in law and never left In 1960 Bill and Violet moved to the Tramperos Ranch which was their home for the next 52 years Bill s Civil Engineering skills were used to develop the ranch He designed a series of dams on the Tramperos Creek and built fields and a water system to irrigate the ranch and water the cattle He and

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  • Harding County :: Philip Devon Gilstrap
    Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Philip Devon Gilstrap Philip Devon Gilstrap 1926 2012 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Philip Devon Gilstrap was born October 6 1926 and died suddenly with his family at his bedside March1 2012 He was born in Roy New Mexico to William Walter Gilstrap and Beulah Leota Phillip worked on the family farm until he went intothe Marines in1944 as a corpsman He was stationed in the Marshall Islands until he was honorably discharged in 1951 Philip married and was a loving father to three children Lynn Joseph and Reed He worked

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  • Harding County :: Florence Martinez
    Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Florence Martinez Florence Martinez 1921 2012 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Florence Martinez age 90 a resident of Roy New Mexico passed away at her residence on Monday February 13 2012 She was born on March 5 1921 in Las Cruces New Mexico to the late Martin Lopez and Isabel Lopez Martinez She was united in marriage on October 25 1943 in Las Cruces New Mexico to Doroteo Martinez Florence was a homemaker she loved to cook and you always found a meal when you visited her Her favorite saying was Oh that is so keen Florence Martinez was a Spanish Teacher Remedial Reading Teacher and Teachers Aid at Roy Public Schools for many years She also served as Probate Judge for two terms at Harding County She was Assistant County Clerk at Harding County for a period of time She was also a secretary atthe Dry Ice Plant for several years She was very active in the Lady Auxiliary Club Cowbells Pinon Club Women s Club and DAR Club Florence s hobbies were sewing decorating reading making ceramics and loved to go to garage sales and second hand stores She loved butterflies loved to play Solitaire Gin Rummy and Monopoly with her children She also loved to dance Florence and Ted would go square dancing Florence was a lector and was very active in The Holy Family Church for many years Florence went to Europe and the Holy Land for a month with her

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  • Harding County :: Frank Surls
    Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Frank Surls Frank Surls 1949 2012 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Frank R Surls 62 passed away suddenly on Monday January 30 2012 in Albuquerque New Mexico Frank was born in Springer New Mexico on August 14 1949 to Hank and Nettie Surls of Roy New Mexico He was a 1967 graduate and All State Basketball and Football star of Roy High School Frank was a graduate of the UNM Law School and a practicing attorney in Albuquerque New Mexico He was preceded in death by his son Frank Surls his grandparents Frank and Eva Blasi of Roy

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  • Harding County :: Tomas Montoya
    Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home News Obituaries Tomas Montoya Tomas Montoya 1930 2011 Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman

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  • Harding County :: Archbishop Sanchez
    do Robert was taught well by his parents to love God and they made sure he received all his Sacraments Robert grew up in Socorro New Mexico where he attended Mount Carmel Catholic School and Socorro High School For a short period of time he also attended St Mary s Boys Catholic High School in Phoenix Arizona He heard the call to the priesthood at a young age entering Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary in Santa Fe where he attended and graduated from St Michael s College later known as College of Santa Fe He continued his studies for the priesthood at the Pontifical North American College in Rome Italy where he earned degrees in Philosophy and Theology At the end of his studies he was ordained a Priest by Bishop Martin J O Connor on December 20 1959 Upon his return to New Mexico he was assigned to reside and assist at Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish in Albuquerque while at the same time holding many positions at St Pius X High School These included teacher assistant principal and counselor He earned his teaching certificate from the University of New Mexico in 1964 He later attended Catholic University in Washington DC for Canon Law Studies In 1965 he was appointed as the Archdiocesan Director of Extension Lay Volunteers and in1968 was a representative to the New Mexico Council of Churches Institutional Ministry and Pastoral Care Program Also in 1968 he was appointed Pastor of San Felipe de Neri Parish in Albuquerque During this time he served on the Archdiocesan Personnel Board as President of the Priest Senate as Region X Representative to the National Federation of Priest Councils and briefly as the Vicar General of the Archdiocese Pope Paul VI appointed Robert as the 10th Archbishop of Santa Fe He was ordained as Archbishop on July 25 1974 with over 14 000 people attending the event making it the highest attended Episcopal ordination in history to that point in time He was the first Hispanic Bishop in the United States and the first native priest to be appointed as a Bishop in the Southwestern United States Archbishop Sanchez programs implementing Hispanic Ministry cultural preservation and the preservation of historic churches continue to be models for the Country Locally Archbishop Sanchez increased outreach to the many and varied cultural communities in New Mexico He was the first Archbishop to offer an apology to the local Native American peoples as well as to establish an Office for Native American Ministry He ordained now deceased Bishop Donald Pelotte for the Diocese of Gallup who was the first Native American Bishop in the United States Archbishop Sanchez established the first Archdiocesan Youth Conference the first Native American Liturgy at the Cathedral the first Ecumenical Commission of the Archdiocese and the Commission for the Preservation of Historic New Mexico Churches After putting together the first Archdiocesan wide Pastoral Plan the first west of the Mississippi River he established the resources and offices needed

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