CARLSBAD — A funeral for
Minnie Morgan Halbert, 102, of Vernon, Texas,
will be at 1 p.m. CST today at First United Methodist Church Vernon with
the Rev. Darrell Patterson officiating.
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Carlsbad Cemetery
with the Rev. Keath Baskett of Epworth United Methodist Church
There will be no local visitation.
Mrs. Halbert died Monday, May 8, 2000, at a Vernon, Texas, hospital.
Sullivan Funeral Home is in charge of Texas arrangements. Denton-Funchess
Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements.
Minnie Morgan Halbert was born Saturday, June 19, 1897, to David Ferebee
and Quinnie Middlebrook Ferebee. She was one of 10 children.
She married A.A. Halbert Dec. 20, 1944, in Carlsbad. He preceded her in
death Dec. 30, 1970.
She was a graduate of Clarendon High School, Clarendon College and
Denton Texas College for Women where she received her teaching
In 1998, she was honored at Clarendon College and designated queen of
the celebration being the oldest living graduate. She taught school at
Quail, Hedley and Claude, Texas. She was hired as bookkeeper for the
lumber company in Vernon, later working for Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
In 1942, she moved to Roswell where she worked for Harris Grocery and
Harris Dentist. In 1978, she retired and moved back to Vernon.
Mrs. Halbert was a member of First United Methodist Church. She taught
Sunday School for many years. She was also a member of Eastern Star,
Business and Professional Women and a 25-year member of Daughters of the
Survivors include a sister, Lydia Belle Wilkinson of Vernon, Texas; and
several nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to Margaret Methodist Church or First
United Methodist Church, Vernon, Texas
Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) - January 25, 2007 CARLSBAD -
Wesley Harkins, 49, of South Eighth
Street, passed away Jan. 24, 2007 at his home. Visitation will be 5-7 p.m.
today at Denton-Wood Funeral Home. A graveside service is scheduled for 3
p.m. Saturday at Carlsbad Cemetery with Bill Hedgecock officiating.
Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Wesley Dean
Harkins was born Sept. 11, 1957 to Joe and Terry Lambert Harkins in
Carlsbad. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by a
sister, Debbie Harris of Carlsbad; two brothers: Donald Harkins of
Carlsbad; and Jody Beard of Carlsbad; very close friend, David Birchell;
two nieces and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) - June 10, 2005 : Former Carlsbad mayor dies
at age 92 CARLSBAD - Former Carlsbad mayor
H.C. Harvey died on Wednesday in Lubbock, Texas, at the
age of 92. Harvey was a resident of Carlsbad for 48 years. In that time,
he held many prominent positions in numerous community organizations.
According to his oldest son, Clarke Harvey, his father's time spent
serving the community was a highly rewarding experience. During his time
in Carlsbad, he served as president of the Industrial Development
Corporation, the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce and the Carlsbad United Way.
He was also a long-time member of the Carlsbad Lions Club and was a 32nd
degree Mason, serving as Exalted Ruler of Eddy Lodge 1221. He was also a
deacon at First Baptist Church. J.T. Stephens, a deacon and long-time
member of First Baptist Church, said Harvey served as treasurer at the
church and helped re-write the church's constitution and by-laws in 1977.
"He was a well-respected member of the church. He was very active," he
added. Harvey and his wife, Helen, moved to Carlsbad in 1937. He was
employed by A.J. Crawford until 1944, when he began working at Carlsbad
National Bank. He started as an assistant cashier and later became
president and chairman of the board. He retired from the bank in 1971, at
age 57. Six years later, he and his son Clarke purchased the First
National Bank of Denver City, Texas. Harvey served as president and
chairman of the board until 1998. Harvey also served as mayor of Carlsbad
between 1961 and 1962. In his year as mayor, he began a reclamation
project at Lower Tansil Dam, had mulberry trees planted around the
courthouse and made an unsuccessful bid to make several streets one-way.
Clarke Harvey said being the son of the Carlsbad mayor was tough. "He set
standards for all of us that were hard to follow," he said. Trying to
follow in his footsteps has proved difficult, but worthwhile, he added.
"He would have said he was proud," Clarke said. A funeral is scheduled for
10 a.m. today at Resthaven Funeral Home's Abbey Chapel in Lubbock. A
graveside service will follow at 3 p.m. today at Carlsbad Cemetery.
|Priscilla H. Haug,
63, of Samoa Court, Carlsbad, N.M., passed away Friday, Oct. 30, 2009, at
her home. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, at
Denton-Wood Funeral Home. A vigil is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
5, 2009, at Denton-Wood Funeral Home Chapel. Mass of Christian burial is
scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, 2009, at St. Edward Catholic Church,
209 N. Guadalupe, Carlsbad, N.M., with Fr. Cyprian Uline, OFM, Conv.
officiating. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
Priscilla H. Haug was born on Oct. 10, 1946, in Las Vegas, N.M., to
Feliciano (Felix) and Celestina (C de Baca) Otero. Priscilla traveled all
over the world and lived all over the United States as well as Saudi
Arabia and Iran. Priscilla was a very dedicated grandmother, loving wife,
mother, sister and friend. She was also an avid seamstress and prolific
reader. She was preceded in death by her parents. Survivors include
husband: Darold G. Haug of Carlsbad, N.M.; two daughters: Cristol Alvarez
and husband, Dan of Houston, Texas, and Jennifer Barron of Idaho Falls,
Idaho; son: Aren Haug of Las Cruces, N.M.; three grandchildren: Amber
Measles, Chelsea Alvarez and Caetlin Alvarez, all of Houston, Texas;
siblings: Annie Bullock and husband, Randy, Sam Otero and wife, Wanda,
Jesse Otero and wife, Becky and Lisa Bellegante and husband, Gene, all of
Pocatello, Idaho; mother-in-law; Marion Haug of Las Vegas, N.V.; brothers
and sisters in-law: Roger Haug and wife Clar of Waseca, Minn., Karvel Haug
and wife Dorcas of Parker, Colo., and Kevin Haug and wife Lorrie of Las
Vegas, N.V., numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and
cousins. Pallbearers will be Aren Haug, Dan Alvarez, Kevin Haug and Karvel
Haug. Cremation will follow the Mass of Christian Burial on Friday.
|Dr. Theodore Edwin Ted
Hauser passed away Friday, March 20, 2009 at age 86 at Landsun
Health Service Center in Carlsbad, NM. A memorial service is scheduled for
2 p.m. today (March 25) at First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Sam
Lanham officiating. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of the
arrangements. Dr. Hauser was born in New York, in 1922, and attended
Cornell University, where he met his wife, Ruth. They were married in
1944, while he was in Cornell Medical School. After graduation and an
internship at Bellevue Hospital in New York, Ted served in the Army at
Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Colorado, then returned to New York, where he
practiced medicine at New York Hospital, and with his father Dr. Edwin
Hauser. He was invited to move to Carlsbad by his chief from the Army and
came to live here with Ruth and two young daughters in 1952. He said he
liked what he saw in Carlsbad: good schools, a friendly community, stable
economy and plenty of opportunity to improve health care. In a long list
of his medical accomplishments in Carlsbad, Ted was especially proud to
have helped put in place the first ICU (Intensive Care) and CCU (Cardiac
Care) units which included training some 100 nurses. When Memorial
Hospital and St. Francis Hospital were replaced in the 1970s, Ted became
the first Chief of Staff and President of the Board of Trustees of the new
Carls-bad Medical Center. He was on the Board of Directors of the New
Mexico Blue Cross. He became a Fellow in the American College of
Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians, and
an Associate Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Hauser was
very active in the wider community affairs in Carlsbad. He served as
President of the Chamber of Commerce, a member of the City Council (where
he supported the anti-smoking legislation that was finally adopted), a
founder of the Living Desert Park, a member of the State Park and
Recreation Board, President of the Deliver-a-Meal program, the first
Medical Director of Landsun, a member of the Downtown Lions, a 32nd Degree
Mason, the Shriners, the Elks, an Elder at the Presbyterian Church, and a
Director of the Carlsbad National Bank for many years. His numerous
informal efforts on behalf of the community included paying to keep the
Caverns open during times of budget cuts. His many awards and recognitions
included being named as Citizen of the Year by the Carls-bad Jaycees and
receiving the Carlsbad Foundation Crawford Humanitarian Award. Survivors
include wife, Ruth Hauser of Carlsbad; three daughters: Barbara and
husband, Dr. Douglas Cameron of Rochester, Minn., Carol and husband, James
Pomares of El Dorado Hills, Calif., and Joan and husband, William
Permenter of Spring, Texas; seven grandchildren: Jason, Stuart, David,
Michael, Mariah, Lori and Traci; eight great-grandchildren: Jack, Lucy,
Anders, Hayden, Erick Theodore, Morgan, Avery and Taylor; and Ruths
sister, Betty Bowman. Memorial contributions may be made to First
Presbyterian Church, 309 W. Shaw St., Carlsbad, NM 88220, Landsun Homes
Caring Hands, 2002 Westridge Road, Carlsbad, NM 88220 or a charity of the
|Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) -
June 27, 2007 CARLSBAD - Yevetta Kay
"Katy" Hayslip, 52, of Singletree Road, passed away
Sunday, June 24, 2007 at her home. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at Landmark Baptist
Church with Pastor Dave Rogers officiating. Cremation will take place
after the service. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of the
arrangements. Yevetta Kay "Katy" Hayslip was born July 16, 1954 to David
and Alberta Faye (Clifton) Nance in Carlsbad. She graduated from Carlsbad
High School in 1972. Katy then moved to Gurneville, Calif., where she met
Clift and they were married April 2, 1974. They moved to Carlsbad in 1977
and began their family. Katy was fortunate to be able to stay at home and
enjoy raising her two sons. She worked in several retail stores before
joining Albertson's in 1993. Katy quickly progressed to scan coordinator
and recently held the title of Lead Scan Coordinator of Albertson's
Southwest Division. She was highly respected and loved among her
co-workers and friends. Katy enjoyed staying in touch with family and
friends through e-mail. She loved planting flowers and taking care of them
and logged many hours on her bike rides. Katy was preceded in death by her
mother, Faye Evangelisti. Survivors include her husband of 33 years, Clift
Hayslip of Carlsbad; two sons: Wes Hayslip and wife Stacy, of Austin,
Texas; and Travis Hayslip and wife Lori, of Carlsbad; father, Buck Nance
and wife Scotty, of Carlsbad; stepmother: June Zancanella of California;
brothers: Steve Nance, Jon Nance and Breck Durham; and sisters: Brenda
Peoples, Deena Ridout and Marcie Loftesnes.
Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) - August 9, 2006CARLSBAD -Glen
V. Hedgecock, 81, of Birch Lane, passed away August 8,
2006, at his home. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to noon today. Funeral
services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at Denton-Wood Funeral Home
Chapel with Pastor Dean McAllister, Pastor Billy Hedgecock of 9th &
Missouri Church of God, and Brother Harold Perry of the Capitan Foursquare
Gospel Church officiating. Interment will follow at Carlsbad Cemetery,
Carlsbad, NM. Carlsbad Veterans Honor Guard will provide military honors.
Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Glen V.
Hedgecock was born November 29, 1924 to Jack and Pearl Oney Hedgecock in
Portales. He grew up in the Chickasha, Okla. area. Glen joined the Navy in
1942 and served his country through two tours of duty in the Pacific
Theatre. After the service, he moved to Roswell where he worked for
White's Mattress Factory. While working at the factory, Glen met and
married Gladys Prince on October 15, 1949. Glen and Gladys moved to
Carlsbad in 1956 where he worked for the school district from 1956 1991.
Glen loved fishing, hunting, and playing sports as a young man and
watching sports and attending church, as he got older. He was a member of
the Four Square Gospel in Capitan and attended the Church of God locally.
Glen was also very proud to be a charter member and past- president of the
AFL-CIO local Steel Workers Union. Glen was preceded in death by his
parents, two sisters: Pauline Rabb and Betty Viola Lane, 2 granddaughters
and one great-grandson. He is survived by his wife Gladys; sons Glen A.
Hedgecock and wife Terry, Billy W. Hedgecock and wife Thelma, John
Hedgecock, and Robert Hedgecock all of Carlsbad; daughter Linda Bravo of
Carlsbad; brothers Dale Hedgecock of Arizona, Jack Hedgecock and his wife
Mary of Roswell, and Kenneth Hedgecock of Arizona; 19 grandchildren and 22
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Billy Hedgecock, John Hedgecock,
Robert Hedgecock, Glen A. Hedgecock, David Bravo, Glen "Ace" Hedgecock,
Michael Hedgecock and Robert Kingsbury.
|Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) -
February 6, 2007 CARLSBAD - Antonio
"Tony" Juan Hernandez, 91, of West Riverside Drive, passed
away Feb. 3, 2007 at Carlsbad Medical Center. Visitation will be 1-7 p.m.
today. Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at Denton-Wood
Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Bob Bacon officiating. A private
entombment will take place at Sunset Gardens. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrangements. Tony was born May 27, 1915, in Gomez
Palacio, Durango, Mexico, to Antonio and Felicitas Aguilera Hernandez.
Tony, an only child, immigrated with his widowed mother to El Paso in the
1920s. As a boy, he helped his mother work in El Paso's kitchens. Tony
joined the U.S. Army in 1942, becoming a naturalized citizen in 1944.
Following his military service, Tony attended Texas Western College, now
the University of Texas-El Paso. During that time, Tony's mother and
stepfather moved to Carlsbad to open a restaurant. When his stepfather
died in 1950, Tony came to Carlsbad to help his mother in the restaurant
business. Together they established the Cortez Restaurant, well known
throughout New Mexico for traditional, family-style Mexican food. For 63
years, Tony served his clientele with quiet warmth and old world charm.
His work brought him great joy, and he continued to greet customers and
friends at the door long after retirement-age. If you were a regular, Tony
knew your name. It was important to him that everyone who entered the
restaurant left content. Tony Hernandez was a generous man, who showed
equal kindness and hospitality to those who came hungry to the
restaurant's back door. Life had taught him tolerance, which was a gift he
passed to his sons. He believed hard work led to success another gift from
a gentle man who aspired to the "American Dream." "Use your brain, not
your back," was often heard by Tony's sons, and his greatest
accomplishments were Tony Jr., George Juan and Jorge Warren Hernandez,
whom he loved dearly. A few times a year Tony enjoyed going back to Mexico
on fishing trips with his good friend, Dr. Charley Crooks. The two also
found time to go arrowhead hunting and exploring in this area. Tony was a
member of the American Legion, Rotary Club, Downtown Lions Club and was
honored as LULAC's Business Man of the Year. He also had the distinction
of being the first Hispanic member of the Carlsbad Country Club, where he
loved to play golf. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife of 50
years, Vera Hernandez; son, George Juan Hernandez; son, 1st Lt. Jorge
Warren Hernandez; stepdaughter, Verdeen Herring; and stepson Kenneth
Mears. Survivors include: his wife, Jody Hernandez, of the family home;
son Antonio Hernandez and wife, Frances of Carlsbad; two step-daughters:
Dawn Gregston of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Yvetta Scott of Albuquerque;
stepson, Eldon Mears and wife, Joan of Albuquerque; four grandchildren:
Wendy Hernandez, John Hernandez, Jennifer Hernandez and Destiny Hernandez;
and numerous stepgrandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great
grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Dr. Charles Crooks, Ruben Flores, Dan
Lopez, Sam Dorado Sr., Leo Estrada Jr. and Cid Castillo. Honorary
pallbearer will be Joe McNew. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be
made to 1st Lt. Jorge Warren Hernandez Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o
Carlsbad Foundation, 116 S. Canyon St., Carlsbad, NM 88220.
|Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) -
May 10, 2007 CARLSBAD - Jim "Jimmy" Hersom,
41, of Colonial Court, passed away Monday, May 7, 2007 at his home.
Visitation will be noon to 7 p.m. today at Denton-Wood Funeral Home. A
memorial service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Carlsbad Family
Fellowship with Pastor Rick Ketterling officiating. Interment will take
place at Fairview Cemetery, Grafton, Mass. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements. Jim was our father, brother, friend and lover.
He was a genuine, loving and nurturing man who would do anything for
anybody. He had a heart bigger than he was and he was a big man. Jimmy was
born in Worcester, Mass. on June 8, 1965, and grew up to love the Red
Socks baseball team and the business of welding and machining at the
family owned welding company in Grafton, Mass.. He rarely missed a Boston
Red Sox game or a game in which the New England Patriots were playing. His
pride in his east coast heritage was part of who he was. He was blessed by
his son James Mathew, whom he cherished more than anything in this world.
His sense of family and his love of his sisters: Anne, Tricia, Jackie and
Jean was constant and endearing. He met Beverly Crawford and her family in
1996 and became a foundation of support and light heartedness that
inspired us all. Rachel Crawford best described Jim's "bear hugs" as being
there when we needed them. Adam Crawford also recognized that Jim's
six-foot four-inch frame was small compared to the capacity of his heart
to love and nurture us. Most precious to Bev was Jim's ability to make
light and poke fun at just about anything. It taught her to stop taking
herself so seriously. We will miss you, dear one. You have been the heart
and soul that has mended and grown our families together, but now you
deserve your reward in heaven. Jim was preceded in death by his parents
and stepson, Sam Crawford. Survivors include his wife, Beverly Crawford of
Carlsbad; son, James Hersom, of Tri Cities, Wash.; stepson, Adam Crawford
and wife, Shari, of Provo, Utah; stepdaughter, Rachel Crawford of
Carlsbad; grandson, Sammy Crutcher of Carlsbad; four sisters: Tricia
LeClaire and husband Jon, of Grafton, Mass., and their daughter, Alana;
Jackie Wood and husband, Richard of Grafton, Mass. and their children,
Paul, Ryan, Tim and Caroline; Anne Couture and husband, Ray, of West
Roxbury, Mass.; and Jean Thompson and husband, Jon, of Grafton, Mass., and
their children, Cara and Maria; and many close friends. Memorial
contributions may be made to Carlsbad Family Fellowship, 2107 W. Church
Street, Carlsbad, NM
|sbad Current-Argus (NM) -
February 12, 2007 s CARLSBAD - Herman J.
Hines, 94, of Watson Court., passed away Thursday, Feb. 8,
2007, at Carlsbad Medical Center. There will be no visitation; cremation
has taken place. A memorial service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at
Landsun Homes - Otto Chapel with Reverend Mike Stahl officiating. A
private inurnment will be at First United Methodist Church. Denton-Wood
Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Herman James Hines was born
July 14, 1912, to George L. and Agnes Hines in Uhrichsville, Ohio. He
attended public schools in Uhrichsville, Ohio, graduating from high school
in 1930 where he was Valedictorian. Herman married Elsa F. Lowmiller on
June 24, 1936 in Pennsylvania. He worked for Worthington Wholesale
Hardware Company in Cleveland, Ohio for over 42 years. After retirement,
Herman and Elsie moved to Rio Rancho in 1971 where they lived until moving
to Carlsbad in 1990. He was a 55-year member of William McKinley Masonic
Lodge No. 431 in Canton, Ohio; charter member of the Sandoval Masonic
Lodge No. 76 in Rio Rancho, and a member of the Scottish Rite, 32 degree
Mason. Herman was also a member of the Turquoise Chapter, No. 71 and
Artesia Chapter No. 18 Order of the Eastern Star and a 50-year member of
the Tadmor Temple Shrine in Ohio. He was an avid gardener. Herman was
preceded in death by his parents, sister, Erma V. Hillegas and brother,
Arthur R. Hines. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Elsie F. Hines of
Carlsbad; and son Harold Kevan Hines of Carlsbad. Memorial contributions
may be made to the CARC Farm, 902 West Cherry Lane, Carlsbad, N.M. 88220
or Landsun Hospice, 1815 Westridge Rd., Carlsbad, N.M. 88220.
|Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) -
May 26, 2007 CARLSBAD - Alfredo
Hinojos, Funeral Mass for Alfredo Hinojos, 90, of Presidio
Street, will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 29, 2007 at San Jose
Catholic Church with Fr. Valentine Jankowski officiating. A Vigil Service
will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at San Jose Catholic Church. Visitation will
be Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the West Funeral Home Chapel. Alfredo
Garcia Hinojos was born July 10, 1916 in Ruidoso, Texas. He was raised by
his step-father and mother, Juan and Simona Ramirez. He worked as a
contract laborer in the construction business. He was preceded in death by
his wife, Francisca Hinojos, and grandsons; J.J. Mata and Michael Hinojos.
Alfredo is survived by his children: Aldofo and wife Eva Hinojos of
Carlsbad, Efren and wife Elia Hinojos of Bloomfield, Alfredo Jr. and wife
Rachel Hinojos of Carlsbad, Anita and husband Henry Sosa of Carlsbad,
Armando Hinojos, Cruz and wife Vicky Hinojos of Colorado Springs, Lilly
and husband Carlos Buendia of Carlsbad, Rachel and husband Steve Hernandez
of Phoenix, Helen and husband Frank Martinez of Carlsbad, Danny and wife
Nancy Hinojos of Carlsbad, David and wife Deena Hinojos of Colorado
Springs; 82 Grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and two great-great
|Carlsbad Current-Argus (NM) -
December 8, 2006 CARLSBAD - Funeral services for
Woodson Lee "Woody" Inman, 85, of
Sandia Street, are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. today at Blodgett Street
Baptist Church with Pastor Bobby W. Fuller and Pastor David Prell
officiating. Interment will follow at Carlsbad Cemetery. Carlsbad Veterans
Honor Guard will provide military honors. Denton-Wood Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. today
at Denton-Wood Funeral Home. The family will receive guests from 9 to 10
a.m. Mr. Inman died Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2006, at Landsun Health Services.
Woodson Lee Inman was born July 7, 1921 in Tulia, Texas, to Thomas Burton
and Willie Lessie Inman. He was preceded in death by his parents and four
sisters. Woody served his country in the US Army Air Corp. during WWII. He
married Velma Rogers in Portales, N.M. on April 4, 1947. They moved to
Carlsbad in 1951 at which time Woody bought Guarantee Abstract. He later
worked as an independent Landman for Exxon Coal Resources until retirement
in 1988. He was a faithful member of Blodgett Street Baptist Church and
was active in many civil organizations. He is survived by his wife of 59
years, Velma Inman of Carlsbad; two sons, Gary Inman and wife Karla of
Vancouver, Wash., and Larry Keith Inman and wife, Dee of Coppell, Texas;
two daughters, Marilyn Moore and husband Jerry of Carlsbad, and Ginger
Jordan and husband Johnny of Crossroads, Texas; two brothers, Pat
Patterson and wife Diane of Carlsbad, and Bert Patterson and wife Mary of
Odessa, Texas; 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and nieces,
nephews, extended family and "coffee buddies." Pallbearers will be Kevin
Phillips, Bob Moss, Clarence Rogge, Bob Wilson, Gene Kinsey, Bill Jordan
and Leonard Foster. Honorary pallbearers will be "Coffee Buddies."