Sunday, October 11, 2015

Obituaries of the Children of Iley N. and Carolina Selph

© Kathy Duncan, 2015

When I first started doing genealogy in 1975, I read all the advice about the richness of information in obituaries, but I did not have many opportunities to expand my research with them. First, most of my family was still living. Second, I was dependent on getting obituaries from relatives who had clipped them out and saved them, which I did. However, none of those clippings had information about the papers they were published in or the dates. Newspapers on microfilm were few and far between and could only be accessed on microfilm, which meant traveling to library - many of them too far away. 

Now I access many newspapers online in various databases, whose numbers are growing. If you are not digging around in old newspapers, you are missing a golden opportunity.

Here are the obituaries for the children (and their spouses) of Iley Nunn Selph and wife Carolina Sandoval of Taos, New Mexico. All of them are my husband's uncles and aunts. Obituaries are given in birth order rather than chronological order of death.

1. Lillie Selph b. b. 31 March 1901; d. 9 Nov 1986; married 1.) Jose Leandro Montoya; and 2.) Lino Miera:

Lillie Selph Miera, born March 31, 1901, passed away on Nov. 9, 1986 in St. Vincent Hospital after a lengthy illness.

Proceeding her in death were her parents, Iley N. and Carolina S. Selph; her husband Leandro Montoya; a sister Carlota S. Cox; uncle Julian Sandoval; and a foster sister, Rosa S. Maestas.

She is survived by one son, Ernesto Leandro (Molly) Montoya of St. Teresa, NM; one daughter Virginia Gorman (Robert) of Santa Fe; a brother who was raised by her, Thomas P. (Amanda) Selph of Cerro; brothers, Iley and Hardy Selph of Taos,  and Frank (Cora) of Alamogordo, NM; three sisters, Bettie S. Medrano of Ranchos, Annie S. Quintana of El Prado, Andrea S. (Marshall) Vigil of Ranchos; a niece who she also helped raise, Arlene (Tony) Martinez of Albuq.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; one aunt Della Sandoval of Ranchos; and several nephews and nieces.

At her request she was cremated and her ashes buried next to her husband Leandro Montoya at Dolores Cemetery.
[Source: Taos News, Thurs., December 18, 1986]

Miera, Lillie 85 -- Lifelong resident of Taos, NM died November 9 in St. Vincent Hospital after a lengthy  illness. She is survived by her daughter: Virginia Gorman & husband Robert; son: Ernesto Leandro Montoya and wife Molly; grandchildren: Richard Gorman, Robert Gorman & wife Cathy, Peggy Martinez & husband Larry, Gina Gorman, James Gorman, Don Gorman, Sylvia Whitson & Ernie Montoya; her great grandchildren: Sarah, Lillian, Stephanie, Felecia & Christopher Gorman. She is also survived by Aileen & Tony Martinez and their 3 children; brothers & sisters include Betty Medrano, Annie Quintana, Andrea Vigil & husband Marshall, Iley Selph, Hardy Selph, Frank Selph & Cora and Tom Selph & Amanda. Arrangements include on Monday. A mass at 2:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Taos on Tuesday. The funeral mass will be set for 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Taos with interment immediately following at Dolores Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers are: Richard, Robert, James & Don Gorman, Ernie Montoya and Larry Martinez. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Diabetes Association. Arrangements are under the direction of McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary & Crematory.
[Source: Santa Fe New Mexican; Santa Fe, NM; 10 Nov 1986]

2. Bettie Selph b. 10 March 1903; d. March 1996; married Alejandro Medrano:

Bettie Selph, Medrano was born March 10, 1903 to Iley N. Selph Sr. and Carolina Sandoval Selph. She married Alejandro Medrano in 1929. They had an only son, Thomas Alejandro Medrano. Bettie graduated from the Allison James school in 1925. Taught school in Talpa & Rio Media. She retired from the Bureau of Revenue, State of NM. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and son, also by her 3 brothers Iley Jr. Thomas & Hardy Selph, 2 sisters, Lillie S. Miera, & Carlotta S. Cox. She is survived by Ronald & Jeannie Quintana, whom she raised, her brother Frank & wife Cora of Santa Fe, 3 sisters Ann Quintana of El Prado, Emma (Luio) Duran of Albuquerque, and Andrea S. Vigil of Ranchos de Taos, her sisters-inlaw Pina (Bennie) Armijo, Emilia Ponce, Manda Selph, her beloved tia Della Sandoval, her nephews and nieces who endcared her by calling her grandma and including numerous other relatives and friends such as Eddie & BC Rimbert, Rebecca Trujillo, & Elvira O'Campo who were very dear to her. Rosary and Funeral services were held at San Francisco de Assisi Church in Ranchos de Taos, interment followed at Rosario cemetery in Santa Fe. Pallbearers were Ronald Quintana, Danny Quintana, Juan Anaya, Andy Duran, Rashad Spriggs & James Gorman. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. William Kilgora, Antonio Martinez, Joey Quintana & Rudy Vigil & Ray Dymale. Bettie's request was that contributions in her memory be made to the Third Order of St. Francis Carmelite Sisters an auxilary to which she was a member. She also was a member of the Union Feminina Protectiva #1 of Santa Fe. En Pa descansa nuestra Hermana Lujan Taos Funeral Home.
[Source: Taos News, Thursday, March 21, 1996]

Medrano, Alex, 71 - Life long resident of Santa Fe, passed away Monday at St. Vincent Hospital. He is survived by his wife Bettie Medrano, sisters Frances Medrano, Emily Ponce, Tina Armijo and husband Ben, Socorro Romero, raised by him as a son was Ronnie Quintana, nieces, Massie Ortiz, Jean Quintana, Annie Montoya and husband Johnnie, Agnes Lacy and husband Jim. Nephew, Joey Quintana, sisters-in-law Lily Miera, Annie Quintana and husband Herbert, Andrea Vigil and husband, Marshall, brothers-in-law, Iley Selph, Thomas Selph and Hardy Selph and many other relatives. Parish Rosary will be recited tonight at 7:00. Members of La Union Protectiva of which he was a member recite a Rosary at 7:30. Funeral services will held tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis Cathedral with Interment in the family plot at Rosario Cemetery, Blocks' Mortuary.
[Source: The New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM, Wed., Feb., 1, 1978]

Medrano, Thomas Alex, 43 - 134 W. Buena Vista passed away after a short illness at St. Vincent Hospital Friday evening. He was a Korean War Veteran, having served in Korea during that conflict. He was a graduate of St. Michaels High School having graduated in 1948, was a present attending the College of Santa Fe, and was employed by the Health and Social Services. He was a member of the American Legion. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Medrano, aunts and uncles, Frances Medrano, Socorro Romero, Pina Armijo and husband Bennie, Lilly Miera and husband Lino, Annie Quintana and husband Herbert, Andrea Vigil and husband Marshall, and many other relatives. Funeral services will he held Tuesday at St. Francis Cathedral at 10:00 a.m. with interment following at National Cemetery. Parish Rosary will be recited this evening at 7:30 at Block's Mortuary.
[Source: The New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM, Mon., May 20, 1974]

3. Carlotta Selph b.10 June 1905;  d. 25 Feb 1938; married 1. Salazar; 2. Davis Hyrum Cox:

No obituaries for her have been located yet.

4. Iley Nunn Selph, Jr. b. ___; d. 1990; never married. Only a card of thanks was ever published for Iley Nunn Selph.

We, the family of Iley Selph, would like to express our sincere gratitude to relatives, friends, and neighbors for their generosity during the loss of our brother and uncle.
   Your thoughtfulness is sincerely appreciated and will always be in our memories. May God bless each and every one of you.
   Special thanks to Father Johnny Lee.
   A whirlwind blew Iley's spirit straight to heaven. From there he will watch over us.
Annie Quintana
Daniel Quintana
Adele DeHerrera
[Source: Taos News; Taos, NM; Thurs., June 21, 1990]

5. Hardy Julian Selph b. 1 Oct 1920; d. 21 March 1990; married 1.) Kristin Mills; 2.) Mary Ellen (Graham) Jones; 3.) Pauline (Harrison) Spradling

Hardy Selph, 79, of Ranchos de Taos, passed away March 21, 1990 at Espanola Hospital. He retired from the Navajo Freight Lines in 1969 after 21 years of service. He had been a member of the Teamster Union and was one of the first drivers for Little Audray Freight Co. in Albuquerque.
 
He is survived by cildren, Iris Foster, Peggy Sparks, Patsy Edmunds, all of Tierra Blanca (Taos), Hardy David (Joyce) Selph, Mary Beth (Robert) Cloud of Rhode Island and Peter (Kathy) Phillip Selph of Dallas; 16 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; brother Frank (Cora) Selph of Amalia, Tomas (Amanda) Selph of Cerro, Iley Selph, Annie Quintana, both of El Prado, Betty Medrano and Andrea Vigil both or Ranchos.
[Source: Taos News; Taos, NM; Thurs., March 29, 1990]

Kristin Selph Dies at 74
 
Kristin Mills Selph, 74, a longtime Ranchos de Taos resident, died at her home June 15. 
Graveside services were at her Tierra Blanca property, June 16.
 
Eulogists were Eugene Welsfeld, Dr. Robert Hawley, Nelson Gonzales and Bishop Wallace Chatwin of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
 
Pallbearers were grandchildren of the deceased, Gayla Sparks Hood, Harry and Eli Foster, Joseph and Jack Sparks and William Edmunds. Rivera Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
 
Mrs. Selph is survived by three daughters, Iris Foster, Peggy Sparks and Patsy Edmunds, all of Ranchos de Taos; three brothers, Donald Mills of Venice, Fla.; Marion Wisdom of Amoret, Mo.; and Claude Wisdom of White Silver Springs, Mont.;  12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
 
Kristin Mills Selph, born in Raymore, Mo., came to Taos in 1932 from Kansas City and lived here until 1935 when she moved to Tierra Blanca, Ranchos de Taos, making her home there throughout the following years.
 
She became a real estate broker, conducting business in Taos for more than a decade. Earlier, she was employed in the circulation department of The Taos News, for which she wrote a weekly column entitled "Selph Examinations."
 
With a deep love of Nature, she dedicated herself to the improvement of her land by planting hundreds of trees where the elements had scarred the valley.
 
The annual summer picnic which had been given for family and friends by Kristin Selph, will be hosted as a memorial to her by family members July 14.
 
Friends wishing to give to a memorial fund in her name for St Labre Mission at Ashland, Mont., are asked to send contributions to the office of attorney Eugene Weisfeld.
[Source: Taos News, Taos, NM; Thur., June 18, 1984]

Mary Ellen Allen, age 76, a lifelong resident of New Mexico died March 28, 2003. Survivors include her daughters, Rebecca Matthews of Moriarty, Mary Elizabeth Cloud and husband, Robert of PA; sons, John Ross Jones and wife, Cherille Starr of Albuquerque, David Selph and wife, Joyce of Moriarty, Peter Selph and wife, Kathy of TX; brothers, Howard L. Graham of Belen, Charles"Chick" Graham of Albuquerque; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, April 3, 2003 in the Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne Mortuary. Arrangements under the direction of: Strong-Thorne Mortuary 1100 Coal Ave. SE
[Source: Albuquerque Journal; Albuquerque, NM; 2 April 2003]

Pauline H. Spradling, 88, passed away peacefully on August 5, 2003 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. A long time resident of Albuquerque, Pauline enjoyed going to the movies, fishing, and playing duplicate bridge. In June of 2003, she achieved Golden Age Master bridge player status. Pauline was born in Straight Creek, Kentucky and was one of four daughters of Harry and Edith Harrison. While her first husband, William Spradling, preceded her in death, Pauline is survived by her two children, Stuart Spradling of Colorado Springs and Shirley Fleming of Albuquerque, as well as five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. In addition to being a beloved mother, grandmother, and friend, Pauline retired in 1973 from her career as a Printed Circuit Technician for Sandia Laboratory in Albuquerque. She was also a member of the Methodist church. Memorial services will take place Saturday, August 16, 2003, at 10:30 a.m. at French Mortuary- Wyoming Blvd.Chapel. French Mortuary 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE.
[Source: Albuquerque Journal; Albuquerque, NM; 16 August 2003]

6. Annie Selph b. 17 Sept 1912; d. 21 July 1997; buried Dolores Cemetery, El Prado, NM
married Herbert Eloy Quintana b. 17 May 1905; d. 20 Nov 1983, buried by Annie.

No obituaries found for this couple yet.

7. Frank R. Selph b. 16 Dec 1914; d. 6 Feb, 2000; married Cora Vallejos

FRANK R. "Kiko" SELPH Age 85, died peacefully at his daughter's home with his loved ones on February 6, 2000. Frank was born on December 16, 1914, in Ranchos de Taos to the late Iley Nunn and Carolina (Sandoval) Selph, one of nine children. Frank retired from Southern Union Gas Company after 23 years of service and was a long time parishioner of St. Anne, Santa Fe, where he was instrumental in helping to build the school. Frank was an avid fisherman and hunter, and loved the great outdoors making his home upon retirement in Amalia, New Mexico; until his illness forced him to move.

He is preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Carlota Cox, Lilly Miera, Annie Quintana, Betty Medrano; brothers: Iley, Hardy and Tom Selph. His loving wife of 59 years, Cora survives him; his two sons: Francis M. Selph of Raton, Iley N. Selph and wife Patricia of Sacramento, CA; his two daughters: Aurelia Pacheco and husband John, Vioma Trujillo and husband Alfonso both of Santa Fe; a sister, Andrea Vigil of Ranchos de Taos. Frank has twelve grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren and is survived many other nieces and nephews.

A rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. on Monday night at St. Anne. The body was taken to Ranchos de Taos for viewing on Tuesday from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. and a rosary will be recited at 7:00 p.m., Sacred Heart Church in Costilla that same evening. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart with internment following in Amalia, New Mexico.

In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 2500 Camino Entrada, #A, Santa Fe, NM 87505.
[Source: Santa Fe New Mexican; Santa Fe, NM; Tues. 8 Feb. 2000]

Arrangements are under the direction of Lujan's Funeral Home, Taos, NM. (505) 758-2100

Notation: Marcella Dymale, a niece of Frank and Cora Selph, tells me that Aurelia Pacheco was a niece of Cora's and not one of their daughters. Also, there was a another daughter named Vioma Selph who died on the day she was born and is buried by the foot of Iley Nunn Selph.

CORA VALLEJOS-SELPH
Of Costilla and Santa Fe was born on April 4, 1921 and was received into the arms of Jesus Christ at sunrise July 11, 2007 with her loving family at her side.

Cora, "Grammita", is preceded in death by the love of her life for 60 years, Frank R. Selph, whom she missed intensely; infant daughter, Vioma; her parents, Anastacio Vallejos and Maria Antonia Gonzales-Vallejos; sisters: Ramoncita Salazar, Felicia Vigil, Francisquita Arellano, Rosabelle Cordova; brothers: Bernardo Vallejos, Dio Vallejos, and Carlitos Vallejos; son-in-law, John A. Pacheco, most recently, Comadre Cora Trujillo; nieces and nephews whom she treasured in her heart.

She is survived by her children and extended family: Francis M. Selph (wife Paula), Iley N. Selph (wife, Patricia), Vioma A. Trujillo (husband, Alfonso), and Aurelia Pacheco; sisters: Luisita Arellano and Lucia Gonzales; grandchildren: Andy Selph (Shawna), Danny Selph (Cindy), Timothy Selph (Amy), Angela Flannigan (Brian), Eileen Kvasager, Alfonso Trujillo, Jr. (Taña), Isaac Trujillo (Helen), Anastacio Trujillo and Esteban Trujillo (Leandra), Rosabelle Pacheco, Loretta King (Vladmir), Charles Pacheco (Bernadette) and Theresa Vargas (Stephen). She delighted in her great- grandchildren: Amelia, Kyrie, Robert, Sarah, Rebecca, Benjamin, Kathy, David, Kathyrn, Michael, Daniel, Elizabeth, Steven John, Nyah, Jonah, Kiara, Gabrielle, Luke, David John, Maria, Vanessa, Christina, Keesha, Elijah, Jennifer, Amanda, and Charlene. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and godchildren: Michelle and Stacey, Lisa Mason (Richard), Darlene Tapia (Tom), and her loving friend and caregiver, Margaret (tattletale).

Cora was a lifetime parroquiana of St. Anne Parish having worked as a housekeeper for the parish priests, secretary to Dr. Victor Hendren and employee of the State of New Mexico. She worked diligently to help build St. Anne Church and school participating in the many fund raising efforts. It was here where she met her many compadres/comadres as friends; she spoke of them often and fondly. She loved to garden, sew, cook (enchildadas Grammita), gave her opinion on many issues to the family whether we asked for it or not, and prayed. As a devout Catholic her daily routine included watching Mass on EWTN, fervently praying the Chaplet of Mercy and Rosary with Sister Angelica, her heroine.

Visitation will take place from 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 14, 2007 at Berardinelli Family Chapel, 1399 Luisa with a Rosary to be held at 7:30 p.m., at St. Anne Church 510 Alicia St. She will be taken to Costilla, NM on Sunday, July 15, 2007 where a Rosary will be said at 7 p.m., at Sacred Heart Church. Funeral Mass will take place Monday, July 16, 2007, 10 a.m. with Interment in Amalia, NM.

Serving as Pallbearers will be: Andy, Danny, Timothy Selph, Alfonso Jr., Isaac, Anastacio and Esteban Trujillo, Charles Pacheco, Vladmir King, and Stephen Vargas. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Steve John, Jonah, Luke, David John, Amanda, John B. Gonzales and Vences Arellano. Euglogy will be given by Daniel Selph.

Arrangements are under the direction of Berardinelli Family Funeral Services, 1399 Luisa Street, Santa Fe, NM,
[Source: Santa Fe New Mexican; Santa Fe, NM; Fri. 13 July 2007]

8. Andrea Vigil b. _____; d. 3 Feb 2006; married Marshall Vigil:

Andrea Vigil
February 3, 2006
Andrea S. Vigil, of Ranchos de Taos, lived a full and glorious life of eighty-eight years. She joined the Lord's choir of angels on February 3, 2006 after a sudden onset of medical complications while living in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Andrea, or Andy as she was known by those who loved her, is survived by her daughters, Ailene (Tony) Martinez of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Marcella (Ray) Dymale also Albuquerque, New Mexico; son, Rudy (Candy) Vigil of Colorado Springs, Colorado; special niece Emma (Louie) Duran; grandchildren, Lydia (Mike) Lucero; Dolores (Tomas) Velasquez; Victoria (John) Rice; Rashad Spriggs; Christina Marquez-Vigil; Cindy Bustamante; Christopher Vigil; Marshall Vigil; Dominic Vigil; and fifteen great-grandchildren.

She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, close family and friends. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Marshall; her parents, Iley Nunn Selph and Carolina Sandoval; her brothers and sisters, Iley Selph, Hardy Selph, Frank Selph, Thomas Selph, Bettie Medrano, Annie Quintana, Lillie Miera, and Carlotta Salazar and granddaughter Elena Martinez.
Our Mom was a beloved Mom, Grandmother, Great-Nana and friend. A life long Taosena, she touched the lives of countless Taosenos during her career as the secretary to the Taos High School Principal's office and later as a case worker for the Taos County Welfare Department. Her generosity, smile, laughter, hugs and kisses will be missed but treasured forever.

Evening service was held on February 09, 2006 at Rivera Chapel. Funeral service was held on February 10, 2006 at Ranchos Presbyterian Church. Interment followed at Jesus Nazareno Cemetery in Ranchos de Taos. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in memory of our Mom to the Ranchos Presbyterian Church or to the charity of choice. 
[Source: Rivera Funeral Home; Taos, NM]

Marshall Vigil. A service will conducted today for Marshall Vigil, 68, retired shop teacher and resident of Ranchos de Taos. Mr. Vigil died Wednesday at his home. He died of complications from an accident 11 years ago.
 
The service will be conducted at 2 p.m. at the Ranchos Presbyterian Church in Ranchos, follwed by burial in the Nazareth Cemetery.
 
Mr. Vigil was a carpentry shop teacher for 28 1/2 years at Penasco High School. He retired in May 1981.
He belonged to the American Legion of Penasco and was a member of the Ranchos Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Vigil was born Jan. 11, 1921 in Obar.

Survivors include his wife, Andrea Vigil of Ranchos de Taos; two daughters, Allene Martinez and Marcella Vigil, both of Albuquerque; a son, Rudy Vigil of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two foster daughters Emma Duran and Lillian Trujillo, both of Albuquerque; two sisters, Della Montano of Albuquerque, and Jane Garcia of Santa Fe; two brothers, Ben Vigil of Logan and Fermin Vigil of Morenci, Ariz., and eight grandchildren.
[Source: The New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM; Fri., May 12, 1989]

9. Thomas Paul Selph b. 10 Aug 1920, d. 18 June 1993; married Amanda Amalia Segura:

Thomas Paul Selph born August 10, 1920, went to his eternal home, on June 18, 1993.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years. Amanda, anniversary celebrated on May 8, 1993. Other survivors are Donald, wife Sharon of Acworth GA; Tecla Tomas of Cerro, NM; Michael, wife Emelda of Albuquerque, NM; Patrick of Crawley, CO; Abraham, wife Elizabeth of Albuquerque, NM; Monica of Albuquerque, NM; Caroline of Cerro, NM and Mark wife Angie of Albuquerque, NM. He is also survived by brother Frank (Cora) of Amalia, NM; Sisters, Andrea Vigil and Betty Medrano of Ranchos de Taos, Annie Quintana of El Prado, NM; nineteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were: Donald, Michael, Patrick, Abraham, Mark and Conrad Selph. Honorary pallbearers were: Troy, Sherri, Kyle and Kayla Hall, Deanna, Ola Benia, Alycia Cree, Victoria, Michael, Jason, Valerie, Nannape, Dixie, Jennifer Dodgen, J.A. LaCome, Jeri, Stephanie Nicole, Thomas, Vanessa Nicole Gaydean, Tiffany, Gary Henrichs, Rosie and Linda McLaughlin.

Burial was on June 21, 1992 in Cerro, NM. Eulogy by Ernest Leandro Montoya
[Source:  Taos News, July 15, 1993]

Amanda Amalia (Segura) Selph born October, 18, 1921 went home to The Lord on May 30, 2008. Proceeded to Eternal Life by beloved husband, Thomas Paul of 50 years on June 18, 1993; father, Abedenago Segura on April 19, 1979; mother, Eloisa Tafoya on July 31, 1987 and daughter-in-law, Gaydean on January 19, 1989.
   
Survived by precious and dear children, Donald (Sharon) of Snowflake, AZ; Tecla Tomás of Cerro, NM; Michael (Emelda) of Albuquerque, NM; Patrick of Cerro, NM; Abraham (Elizabeth) Monica LaCome; Caroline and Mark (Connie) of Albuquerque, NM. Twenty six grandchildren and twenty eight great grandchildren.
   
Also cherished sisters - Ida Martínez of Arroyo Hondo, NM; Marian (Arthur) Martínez of Black Lake, NM; and Irene (Tom) Sánchez of Albuquerque, NM along with so many nieces, nephews and cousins to name them all. Pallbearers are Jason, Conrad, Thomas, Michael, Ricky, Brandon and Phillip Selph.
 
Viewing will be on June 3rd at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Cerro, NM, at 5:00pm and a Rosary to follow at 7:00pm. Funeral Mass will be on June 4th at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Cerro at 10:00am with interment to follow at Cerro Cemetery. Father Dino will be officiating. Music provided by José A. LaCome and Isaiah Vigil. Services provided by Weylen Funeral Home of Questa.


This page last updated on August 6, 2016.

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