Jerry Urban

In Memoriam
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF JERRY F. URBAN Vietnam War Veteran Jerry was born to William and Isabel on June 9, 1945 in Oakland, CA and raised in La Cienega, NM. Jerry went to be with our Lord on June 3, 2014, at the age of 68. As a young man, Jerry learned the Carpet & Tile trade and other essential trades from our brother Nacho. He was preceded in death by his parents and nephew, John Long. Jerry is survived by his brothers and sisters and their families: Terre Urban; Nacho Urban (wife JoAnn), Goddaughter Judith Lucero (husband Nathan, son Jacob); Marcia Rodda; niece Cindy Barfield (Dennis, Kay Marie), niece Dana Rodda Devereux (Chris Izzy), niece Debbie Rodda; Rita Henzie(Al), niece Terrie Romero (Ed), Melanie (Tom), Daniel (Destany, Aria), Michael, Elizabeth; nephew Bill Henzie (son Austin); Ginny Salazar (Richard); Margaret Urban, niece Karen Salazar; Sallie Urban, niece Meghan Maes; Tonie Urban, niece Rhonda Lopez (Duane, Sophia); Dora Waldorf (Bill), niece Brandy Long, niece Lena Long (Shianna, Kenny), niece Amanda Esquibel; Ted Urban (wife Jody) niece Michelle, nephew Brandon; and brother Thom Urban. The rosary was said at St. Anne Parish, Tuesday, June 10th at 7:00 p.m. and Funeral mass was Wednesday, June 11th at 9:30 a.m. His interment Services were held at Santa Fe National Cemetery (SFNC) with Full Military Honors. Thank you to Father Donatus and Seminarian Paul Chavez for the nice mass and Deacon Enrique Montoya for officiating at SFNC. The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers and support. Special Thanks to Mrs. Cassie Vieira and Ms. Priscilla Vieira for praying the rosary; Mr. Larry Vigil with Coro de Jesus Cristo for the music; to the Patriot Guard Riders of New Mexico for honoring our brother Jerry; our nephew Nathan Lucero for the escort to the National Cemetery, where Jerry was laid to rest. Thank you to Mr. Jorge Antua and his staff at Pecos Trail Cafe for accommodating our family and friends. The Urban Family
Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on June 29, 2014
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