Albuquerque Obituaries

Albuquerque Obituaries

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  • Wednesday Jul 27 | via Mexia Daily News 

    Nora Reece Johnston

    Nora Reece Johnston, 81, passed away July 26, 2016 in Mexia. Funeral services will at 10 a.m., Friday, July 29 at Blair-Stubbs Chapel with Mr. Shane Alexander officiating.


  • Thursday Jul 21 | via Hudson Hub-Times 

    Kenneth Blower

    Kenneth Blower, 76, died Wednesday July 20th, 2016 surrounded by his family. He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Grace Holmes Blower; his children Kathy Schwendenman of Albuquerque, NM; son Mark Blower of Allentown, PA; sister Carol McArthy of Medina; and grandchildren Amy Schwendenman, Kyle Schwendenman, Margaret Blower, and Evelyn Blower.


  • Tuesday Jul 19 | via Denver Post 

    Aurora police K-9 gets body armor decorated with mem...

    "Bless this K9 in memory of Officer Doug Byrne," will be embroidered on the vest, a reference to an Aurora officer who died after crashing his cruiser while speeding to a medical emergency in 2007. Money for the vest, which also protects against stab wounds, was raised by Erick Bumpass, an Aurora resident who sponsored the donation from Vested Interest in K9s Inc., a Massachusetts charity.


  • Tuesday Jul 19 | via Obits 

    Darrell 'Dean' Melton

    Darrell "Dean" Melton, 91, passed away 7:15 p.m. Sunday, July 17, 2016 at Rosewood Care Center of Alton. A World War II army veteran, he had worked as an operating engineer for the Shell Oil Company before retiring.


  • Sunday Jul 17 | via Denver Post 

    Woodland Park man dies in Teller County accident

    A 32-year-old Woodland Park man died Saturday near Cripple Creek when the Jeep Wrangler he was driving skidded off Teller County Road 82, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The accident happened at about 9 p.m., when the 1995 Wrangler was driving westbound, Colorado State Patrol Trooper Tim Sutherland, said on Sunday.


  • Sunday Jul 10 | via KOAT-TV 

    Vigil emphasizes spreading love after shootings

    A white chaplain and a black pastor organized the candlelight vigil at Strong-Thorne mortuary, which emphasized love and the togetherness it can bring. In between the speakers' messages and the lighting of candles, the crowd of about 60 stood and hugged each other.