For 81 years, Don lived a life of service, first pastoring churches in Texas and New Mexico, and then he and Barbara went to Brazil in 1968 where they served as missionaries for ten years. Upon their return to the United States, Don served as Director of ... (The Spokesman-Review)
Jaramillo was transported to the University of New Mexico Hospital, where he later died ... And he never made it out to see her. An obituary in Thursday’s Journal said both Jaramillo and Blankenship had two children each. It said both men were ... (ABQJournal)
They had various assignments from California to Virginia and New Mexico to Alabama, before finally settling in San Antonio for Mike’s final assignment. After his retirement she moved to the home of her dreams near New Braunfels and remained there until ... (New Braunfels Herald Zeitung)
Together they taught and served churches in Arkansas and New Mexico. In Santa Fe, he conducted fundraising for the new First Christian Church to establish a building in 1962. In 1963, the family moved to Stillwater, so that Dora could earn a master in ... (Enid News)
New Mexico to James T. and Eleanor Sadler Anderson. Rusty was retired from U.S Customs Service. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Del Rio Chapter #204, Honorary member of Del Rio HOST Lion’s Club and a member of the VFW Auxiliary. (Del Rio News-Herald)
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