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Apodaca, David (In Memoriam)  
DAVID APODACA 2/21/87~6/16/14 6 Month Anniversary 6:00 p.m. St. Anne's Church 12/16/14 Gramita Patsy, Abie & Dave Jr.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 14, 2014
Archuleta, Phillip M. "Felipe"  
PHILLIP (FELIPE) M. ARCHULETA Born on May 12, 1949 in Taos, NM. Felipe went to the Lord on December 16, 2014. Preceded in death by his parents, Faustin and Clorinda Archuleta and Brother Vilkey Archuleta. He is survived by his wife, Diana and children: Tracy, Vicky, Joseph, and Sasha. Grandchildren: Dominick, Matthew, Marisol, and Nalani. Also sisters: Dolores (Ernesto), Temia, Irma and brother Faustin (Ramona); along with many nieces and nephews. Vigil and Rosary on 12/23/2014 at 5:00 to 6:00, Holy Cross Church, 1327 North Miranda Street with reception to follow at Beverly Hills Hall, 150 North Hermosa Street Las Cruces, NM. Memorial Service on January 8, 2015 at the NM State Capital from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, Santa Fe, NM. On January 9, 2015, Rosary at 10:00 am, followed by funeral mass at 11:00 am at San Francisco de Asis Church, followed by reception at Llano Quemado Community Center, Ranchos de Taos, NM.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 21, 2014
Armijo, Salome  
SALOME ARMIJO Salome Armijo Left her home of 95 years on December 10, 2014 to be with our Lord and her parents, Eliseo and Antonita Armijo, aunt Carmelita Tafoya, brothers Cecilo, Melquides-Antonio. Salome is survived by her family. Carmen Armijo, Anthony Vandersommen, Tony Armijo, grandchildren, Miguel Rey Sandoval (Samantha), Alicia Armijo (Jonathan), many nieces and nephews. Mass will be celebrated December 19, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Cristo Rey Church.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 18, 2014
Baca, Marie M. (In Memoriam)  
MARIE M. BACA 6TH ANNIVERSARY Your family is growing. All the Support, Care, Unconditional Love you showed each one of us shows in the way we are continuing to live our lives and We THANK YOU!!!! We Love You our Dear Sweet Momma and Miss You So Very Much!!!! Gibo, Lydia, JoAnn, Donald, Tere, Mike & Families
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 17, 2014
Cady, Donna Gilcrease  
DONNA GILCREASE CADY 1962~2014 Passed away in her home December 3, 2014, in Lago Vista, Texas, after a long illness. She is survived by her daughter Renee Manning and her children: Mia and Aiden, Angelica Cady (Chris), long time friend Jeff Hegedus and family, father Pete Gilcrease of Santa Fe, mother Gerry Rael Van Amburg and husband Steve of Belen, sisters: Cheryl Gilcrease (Tom Holder), Liz Gilcrease and son, brother Bobby Gilcrease and family, two nephews: Alan Weaver (Angie), Jason Weaver (Randi) and all their children, several uncles, aunts, and cousins. A memorial service will be held on December 30, 2014, at 11:00 a.m., at St. Anne's, with a reception following at Parish Hall.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican from Dec. 19 to Dec. 21, 2014
Carter, Angelina (Angie)  
ANGELINA (ANGIE) CARTER December 15, 2014 Angie Carter died peacefully on December 15, 2014 following a short illness. She is preceded in death by her parents Nick and Lucy Trujillo, her husbands: George Vaisa, Facundo Lucero and son Lawrence Paul Lucero. She leaves behind her husband Roderick Carter of 25 years, her children Victoria Gurule (Pete), Michael Vaisa, Raymond Vaisa (Stephanie), Carla Ortiz (Gilbert), and Greg Lucero (Jennifer). Step children Mark Carter, Derek Carter and Madlon Harris. She was blessed with 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren whom she loved very muc, brothers and sisters Nick Trujillo, Jr (Polly), Margie Archuleta, Robert Trujillo and Marie Griego. She had many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Angie worked at St. Vincent's Hospital as a volunteer and as a switch board operator for 25 years. She lived life to the fullest. Services will be at Rivera Funeral Home at 417 E. Rodeo Road Santa Fe, NM 87505 at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 20, 2014. Pallbearers: Jennifer Cintas, John Michael Vaisa, Christopher Vaisa, Melissa Romero, Jeffrey Vaisa, Nicholas Vaisa, Ashley Vaisa, Beverly Lopez, Vanessa Salazar and Lauren Jaed Lucero. Honorary Pallbearers: Mike Cintas, Felicia Vaisa, Anita Murillo, Thomas Romero, Andy Lopez and Richard Salazar. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Carmelites Monastery or to Santa Fe Care Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The family would like to thank Dr. Carl Friedrichs the staff at Santa Fe Care and St. Vincent's Hospital for all of their help, love and support in the care of Angie. Rivera Family Funerals and Cremations 417 East Rodeo Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87505 Phone: (505) 989-7032 Fax: (505) 820-0435 santafefuneraloption.com
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican from Dec. 18 to Dec. 19, 2014
Castro, Arquimedes "Kimo"  
ARQUIMEDES KIMO CASTRO July 14th 1957 December 6th 2014 Please join us in celebrating Kimo's remarkable life. A memorial service will held Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 5:00 at the International Folk Art Museum, 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Please email castronewmexico@gmail.com with any questions.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican from Dec. 18 to Dec. 20, 2014
Castro, Arquimedes "Kimo"  
ARQUIMEDES KIMO CASTRO Arquimedes "Kimo" Castro, a beloved pillar of the Santa Fe Community, passed away Saturday, December 6, 2014. With his loving family at his bedside at the M. D. Anderson Center in Houston, Texas, Kimo died unexpectedly but peacefully two weeks after being diagnosed with leukemia. Kimo's life journey was an amazing tale full of cultural folklore, revolutionary heroism and courage, culinary artistry, unbounded success, and limitless love and compassion for his friends and family. Kimo was born in the small village of Chalatenango, El Salvador. Committed to alleviating the crippling poverty of his country, he studied sociology at the university in San Salvador and became a leader in the student revolutionary movement. His social involvement took him to Cuba, where he continued his education and strengthened his ideals for social justice, cultural awareness and diversity. He also cultivated a life long passion for storytelling, writing folklore "cuentos," and Cuban music. Upon his return to El Salvador however the escalating war put him, along with his family, in grave danger because of his activism. He escaped by immigrating to New Mexico where he met and married his lifelong partner and soul mate Eleanor "Nornie". Together they helped other Central American refugees acquire sanctuary here. Kimo proudly became an American citizen in 1982 . In Santa Fe, Kimo started as a dishwasher at Victor's, a renowned Italian restaurant, where he quickly mastered culinary skills to become the head chef there. He became a well-known chef in the restaurant community, while working at Santa Fe's finest restaurants. He later became owner of The Burrito Company, a local institution just off the plaza. Kimo furthered his passion for storytelling and international folklore, by writing short stories and teaching his two daughters the art of performing them. He also volunteered in their classrooms, teaching children how to cook Italian and Latin American dishes. Many in the local immigrant community remember him as an extraordinary soccer player and respected role model. He touched all who crossed his path with his intelligence, compassion, and love for the arts. Described by many as a unique and gentle soul, he was an incredible husband, father, and friend. Kimo left behind countless people who loved him, devoted wife of more than 30 years Eleanor "Nornie" Castro, daughters Maria Castro and Alicia Castro Chicol, son-in-law Luis Chicol, nephew Atilio Alberto Castro the son he never had, brothers Atilio and Alex Castro, cherished employees of The Burrito Company and numerous nieces and nephews in El Salvador and the U.S. He was preceded in death by his parents Heriberto and Maria Elia and brothers Antonio and Rolando Castro. We miss you Papi and cherish the memories you created with us. Kimo viviras por siempre en nuestros corazones. A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 20, at 5:00 P.M. at the International Folk Art Museum on Museum Hill, 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505.
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 14, 2014
Conlon, Bunny  
BUNNY CONLON Bunny Conlon died peacefully at her home in Santa Fe early Thursday morning after a more than twenty year long battle with Parkinson's disease. Bunny was born in El Paso in 1941 but was proud to say she grew up in Las Cruces, NM. She moved to Washington, DC in 1959, where she worked for senator Clinton Anderson and through him met and married Jack Conlon a major democratic political figure who passed away in 1968 shortly after she gave birth to their beloved son John. John and Bunny returned to New Mexico in 1970 and first lived in Truchas where she began her illustrious career in the arts. After a short stint at painting she realized her true strength was in representing the many young talented artists that lived in and around Taos. She moved to Santa Fe in 1975 where she quickly became one of the most important figures in Santa Fe's rapidly growing contemporary art scene. She owned three galleries in Santa Fe during the 1980's and 90's representing some of the areas most distinguished artists. Bunny lived for art and more importantly for the artist's who created it. Her exquisite beauty was only outmatched by her elegance, kindness and complete devotion to her artists. She was deeply loved by the all of her clients, artists and friends who understood that what she wanted above all was for her artists to prosper. If generosity can be possessed to a fault then Bunny was guilty as no one could ask anything of her and be turned down. Throughout her battle with Parkinson's she remained optimistic, cheerful, open and loving. Her sense of humor was quick, charming and often incisive. During her twenty five year struggle with Parknison's she never complained, became bitter or depressed by the countless indignities she had to endure. She will always remain an example of strength, humility and love to all that have known her. Bunny was preceded in death by her much loved mother Anne and her adopted father Herschel Zohn. Bunny is survived by her son John and his partner Rebecca Silva and her daughter Veronica who so lovingly cared for her for the past fourteen months; her brothers Al and Buddy; sister Diane; her ex-husband Bill Siegal; stepdaughter Zia; sister in laws Karen, and Barbara, and brother in law Chuck and many nieces and nephews as well as countless dear friends who were like family to her. Bunny's family would especially like to thank Delila and Ashley from Ambercare for the tender loving care they provided to Bunny. A memorial service will be held at the William Siegal Gallery at 540 S. Guadalupe St. on Saturday January 16 at 6PM. Donations in honor of Bunny may be made to the Artists Emergency Medical Fund
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 16, 2014
Davis, Dorothy Hyatt  
DOROTHY HYATT DAVIS AUGUST 18, 1930 - DECEMBER 8, 2014 Dorothy Hyatt Davis, surrounded by her family, passed from this life on December 8, 2014. While we mourn the loss of her loving presence in our lives we rejoice that she is beyond all suffering and we will keep her in our hearts forever. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Julian Walker Davis; her parents, Dora Fox Hyatt and Raymond Columbus Hyatt and her brother, R. C. Hyatt, Jr. She is survived by her son, Larry Davis and his partner, Margaret Mooney of Santa Fe, New Mexico; her grandson, Steven Davis and his wife, Lara of Dallas, Texas and her sister, Ila Buchanan and her husband, Buck of Marshall, Texas. She is also survived by her special family friends Ben and Lisa Reed of San Antonio, and their sons, Lance Reed and his wife, Amber of Ft. Worth and Adam Reed and his wife, Krista of San Antonio. Also left to cherish her memory are her nieces, nephews and many beloved friends. An elegant, gracious, loving lady, Dorothy gave us a final life lesson with her courage, grace and dignity as she faced her many health challenges. She never lost her smile or her concern for everyone else. We wish to express heartfelt thanks to the wonderful and caring nurses, therapists and aides who cared for her during her long stay at the Heights on Huebner. Our thanks also go the kind and supportive folks from Gentiva Hospice. A celebration of Dorothy's remarkable life will be scheduled for the coming year in San Antonio. We urge those wishing to offer a memorial to please give to a charity of your choice. You are invited to sign the Guestbook at www.porterloring.com Arrangements with PORTER LORING MORTUARY NORTH 2102 NORTH LOOP 1604 EAST SAN ANTONIO, TX 78232 - (210) 495-8221
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Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Dec. 14, 2014
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