Albuquerque Journal : 2019-02-10
OBITUARIES : 33 : C11
C11 THE SUNDAY JOURNAL ALBUQUERQUE, FEBRUARY 10, 2019 OBITUARIES C10 from sseeeOoBbIiTtUuAaRrIiEeSs on c¦112ń Ernest David Mascarenas January 28, 1917February 2, 2019 Ernest David Mascarenas, a long-time resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico passed away February 2, 2019. Ernest was born in Ocate and raised in Roy,
New Mexico. After high school he joined the army where he served for two years. After his return from the army he moved to Albuquerque and attended the University of New Mexico and, after graduating with a degree in Political Science, he met and married the love of his life, Ernestine Manzanares. They raised a family of five in New Mexico, Mexico, El Paso, Texas, and then Albuquerque. Ernest and Ernestine were active members of the Catholic Church and very active in politics. His hobbies were gardening, bird watching, and playing sports in his youth. Ernest was a successful business man who owned his own insurance agency, Mascarenas Enterprises, Inc. for over 50 years until his son, David, took it over when Ernest was in his 80s. He stayed active in the agency for several years after his retirement. Ernest lived his last two years in the Veterans Care Home of Mary and Shawn Justus. The family wishes to express their thanks and gratitude to them for all they did for him.
Ernest is survived by three loving daughters and their spouses; seven grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; and many friends and relatives.
The Rosary will be recited Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 8:30 a.m. at The Shrine of St. Bernadette, 11401 Indian School Rd. NE, followed by a Funeral Mass at 9:00 a.m. Please vis- it our online guestbook for Ernest at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Lomas 10500 Lomas Blvd. NE 505.275.3500 www.frenchfunerals.com George A. Griego George A. Griego Jr. (60), born in Vaughn, NM and current resident of Albuquerque, NM, passed away on Wednesday, February 6th, surrounded by his loved ones. George was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend who enjoyed spending time with those he loved. He is preceded in death by his father, George A. Griego Sr., and his grandparents. He is survived by his Mother Della Binkowski, his stepfather, Dr. Richard Binkowski. His siblings Albert Griego (carol), Danny Griego, and Nancy Glaser, his Wife Teresa Griego of 41 years, his children, Michelle Sisneros and husband (Robbie), Anthony Griego and wife (Deanna), Andrew Griego and wife (Kayla) and his 9 grandchildren, many aunts, uncles, cousins, 2 dogs and cat. George had a long time career as a Medical Laboratory Technician.
The family would like to show their appreciation to George’s wonderful aunts, uncles and cousins with whom he grew up. They immediately circled the wagons around our family. They have shown their love and support in every way possible and have made us feel so loved. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. The family also thanks George and Teresa’s loving and supportive friends with whom they enjoyed spending their free time.
A celebration of George’s life will be announced at a later date. "We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun." Rest in peace my love. James Beaty 1936-2019 James M. Beaty, age 82, a resident of Belen, passed away from COPD at the Veterans Hospital, on Saturday, February 2, 2019. He sold his farm in Indiana to move to NM for a family member with asthma. James was born to the late Warren and Anne Beaty, his mother from Ireland. He served in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict. James belonged to local 412 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union. He wore many hats; James farmed, was a racehorse owner and a welder. A very special thank you to the wonderful staff at the Veterans Hospital. He was treated with knowledge, experience, kindness and true consideration as a veteran.
James is preceded in death by his parents, Warren and Anne and son, Patrick Lee in 1998.
He is survived by his wife, Eileen Beaty; son, Jason (Melissa) daughter Cynthia; son, Mike (Cindy); son, Patrick Alex; grandchildren, Hadley, Candy, Niko, Jenn, Mikie, Sara, and Zaelynn; brother, John; sister, Carmen of Minnesota; favorit nephew Kevin and good friend, Bud Larsen. He is also survived by numerous relatives back east.
Per James’s request cremation has taken place with a Private family service. In his memory you can donate to Valencia County Animal Shelter, 1209 NM314, Los Lunas, NM 87031.
Arrangements are being handled by the caring professionals at the Noblin Funeral Service Belen Chapel, 418 W. Reinken Ave., (505)864-4448. Glenda Yvonne Saavedra Come and join us in a Celebration of Life for Glenda Yvonne Saavedra, Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. At Winrock Villa Club House located at 1601 Pennsylvania NE Joanna W. Bartlett Joanna Bartlett, beloved mother, partner and friend, died in her sleep at her home on January
Joanna was born in Chicago on January 11, 1931, and grew up in Harvey, Illinois.
She had a lifelong fondness for trains, born in the many vacation trips her railroad family made during her childhood. She married young, and with her husband of 24 years, Jack Bartlett, raised two daughters while moving from state to state for his work.
In 1971 she moved to New Mexico, which became her true beloved home. She began what would be a 20 year career as a administrator at the University of New Mexico, while also spending as much time as possible outdoors, hiking, rafting, camping, and cross-country skiing. She made lifelong friends through singing for many years with the NM Symphony Chorus and the Master Chorale.
Joanna was a voracious reader and always loved learning, and after retirement from UNM she became perhaps the most enthusiastic consumer in the city of Oasis, Osher, and Continuing Ed classes. She also traveled extensively, through Africa, Europe, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Russia and Central America.
In 1982 Joanna met the love of her life, Donna Dionne, her colleague at UNM, and they spent 37 loving years together,until Joanna’s death. They often traveled together, both internationally and to favorite spots the US.
They were regulars for many years at the Clubs spring training, spending a month in their trailer in Mesa, Arizona. Between trips they were happy alone or with family and dear friends at their peaceful home in the South Valley.
Joanna’s many friends loved her wit, whimsy, and warmth, and she cherished them in return. She also loved music, the Barelas Coffeehouse, and being near big water; she hated anchovies and long obituaries.
Preceding Joanna in death were her four grandparents, all of whom immigrated to the US from Holland in the late 1880’s; her mother Minnie and her father Fred; and her siblings Dorothy, Yvonne and Louis. Surviving are her devoted partner Donna and many dedicated, dear friends; daughter Melissa and husband Angus Macpherson of Albuquerque; daughter Kerry and husband Rich Sutterfield of Denver; grandchildren Hannah Macpherson; Ariel Macpherson Herring, Jamie Acuna, Jenny Archuleta, Jessie Ellis, and Jeffrey Zimmerman; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Family and friends will be gathering to remember Joanna in early April. In the meantime, her favorite remembrance would be a donation to Heifer International, or to Oasis Albuquerque (PO BOX 35518, Albuquerque, NM 87176). around Harry Wallingford Harry Wallingford, age 98, passed away on Thursday, December 27, 2018. Harry was born in Nepton, KY, the son of Jesse Watt and Harry Wallingford. He was preceded in death by his parents; six siblings; his wife of 74 years, Bettie Wallingford; and by his son, Warren Wallingford of Austin, TX. He is survived by his sister, Dorothy Brown of Flemingsburg, KY; two daughters, Lucy Wallingford of Moab, UT and Nona Debenport of Tucson, AZ; son-in-law, Paul Debenport of Tucson; four grand-children, Rick Wallingford of Austin, Jeff Wallingford of Boulder, CO, Erin Debenport of Los Angeles and Rebecca Safford of Tucson; and seven great-grandchildren. The family will be forever grateful to his caregivers in the last months of his life, Sylvia Longoria, Toni Chavez, and Viola Vaisa. Before he retired, Harry was a pilot, a lobbyist, and a community activist. He was active in Democratic politics in Houston and Austin. Harry was a lifelong Presbyterian and was active at all levels of the Presbyterian church, most recently at First Presbyterian Albuquerque and Santa Fe Presbyterian. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church. Memorial gifts may be given to First Presbyterian Church 215 Locust St NE Albuquerque NM 87102. Please visit our online guestbook for Harry at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - University 1111 University Blvd. NE 505.843.6333 www.frenchfunerals.com Ernest Montgomery Ernest Emerson Montgomery passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on Sunday, February 3rd. Ernie (aka Monty) was born in 1931 in New Haven, Ct. into a family long connected to Yale University. He attended Westtown Friends School in Pennsylvania and the University of North Carolina where he lettered three years in soccer and was named to the Southern Conference (now ACC) all-star team. He received his Masters Degree from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and studied in Paris and Geneva on a Fulbright exchange scholarship, specializing in African economic and political affairs. His early professional career centered on West Africa where his work was recognized in several books and articles. The eminent CBS journalist, Eric Severeid wrote in his syndicated column and book "THIS IS ERIC SEVEREID" (advising President Kennedy’s Peace Corps organizers) "I suggest the administration seek counsel, as far as Africa is concerned, from Ernest Montgomery. Ernest is a redheaded, easy-going lad from Connecticut. On the grassroots level he was the most effective representative of America I’ve run across in years…He was a State Department Information officer, the only official American among millions in Eastern Nigeria…. He never preached, he never tried overtly to improve the people, he never expected gratitude or even results, so he often got both…He was the type who could drift around the countryside, equipped with sleeping bag and digest the local food. He was full of drive and enthusiasm. He knew more about what was really happening in that big section of Nigeria than any foreigner there…" For 25 more years, he continued working on economic development in Africa and Europe with the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and as a consultant for the UN Development Program, USAID, the World Bank, and private corporations. His loved ones can read his African Recollections at www.montysmemoir.com Ending his career overseas (for the most part), he moved to New Mexico (it reminded him of Africa) with former wife Carole, raising their five children here: Kelly, Chris, Andrew, Sarah and Gillian. For many years he worked in the investment business beginning with the local firm Quinn and Co. He served on several boards including Crossroads Africa and Barrett House. In 2009, he retired from RBC at age 78. His family and friends remember him for his kind heart and smile. He was a true gentleman to all. His kindness and generosity touched many lives and his house was always a welcome place to stop by for a visit, a drink, or an extended stay. In his retired years, he continued to travel and make new friends while also reminiscing with those he had welcomed into his heart long ago. He loved to walk his dog, spend time with family near and far, and pay visits to his many dear friends. He is survived by his five dear children, and their partners; his eight grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren, (ranging in age from two to thirty); long-time love, Christine Brennan; her children Aubrey and Christopher; his sister Christina Marshall, and his devoted nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death was his mother, Jean Kaiser from Madison, CT and Corrales, and his father Roger Montgomery; two sisters Sue and Linda, and his best friend Alex Bandy. From age four and onwards his father made him recite ad nauseam the "Ten Great Things" to guide your life…"be kind, work hard, be a good sport, keep your mind and heart open, look at yourself in a little mirror and smile (know thyself), etc. Monty tried, most of the time, to follow his dad’s advice. Ernie, asked that contributions in his memory be made to his youngest daughters NGOs; The Garden’s Edge in NM and Surfrider Foundation, Vancouver Island Chapter. Services will be held on May 11, 2019 at The Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerque and will begin at 1pm. Helen T. Rancher Helen T. Rancher, age 71, passed away Monday, January 28, 2019. Memorial Services will be held Saturday, February 16, 2019, 3:00 p.m., at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 9315 Candelaria Rd. NE. Please visit our online guestbook for Helen at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Wyoming 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE 505.823.9400 www.frenchfunerals.com Joan Pratt On January 21, Joan Pratt, age 79, passed from this world to a better place to join her husband and friends, who have been waiting for the final member of their pinochle group. She dearly missed those who went before her and truly loved her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, whom she has left behind. Please visit our online guestbook for Joan at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Lomas 10500 Lomas Blvd. NE 505.275.3500 www.frenchfunerals.com Jack Ewin Ferguson Jack Ewin Ferguson, 79, of Albuquerque, NM, passed away on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. He is survived by his sister, Jill Easley; son, Ken; daughter and son-in-law, KataLina and Gust Nun; and grandchildren, Charliebelle and Halston. Services will be held Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 2:00 p.m., at Hoffmantown Church, 8888 Harper Rd. NE. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Jack’s beloved Camp Kiwanis via the SW District Kiwanis Foundation, 5318 Kings Row NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109. See you in the funny papers Papa!
To read Jack’s complete obituary, please visit our online guestbook at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Wyoming 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE 505.823.9400 www.frenchfunerals.com Tamiko Hedrick Tamiko Hedrick, 85, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, was called to her eternal resting place on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. She entered this world on Sunday, March 12, 1933 in Yokohama, Japan, born to Takaichi and Metiusko Sugiura.
She is survived by daughters, Sandra Archunde, Terry Hedrick, and Crystal Hedrick; grandchildren, JJ, Jessica, Gettylee, Robert and Marcus; as well as nine great-grandchildren; extended family and friends.
Memorial Services will be held Friday, February 15, 2019, 3:00 p.m. at FRENCH – Wyoming. Please visit our online guestbook for Tamiko at www.FrenchFunerals.com FRENCH - Wyoming 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE 505.823.9400 www.frenchfunerals.com Lynda Carol (Brown) Lynda Carol (Brown) September 24, 1946 - January 15, 2019 A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Cuba Presbyterian Church, Cuba, NM, at 11:00 a.m. You are loved and missed. Joan C.U. Andersen Joan C.U. Andersen passed away on Dec. 9, 2018, with the loving care of son Gordon and the wonderful people at Manzano del Sol - the Good Samaritan Society. Born on 01/05/1933, in her youth she was the "Quiz Kid" of Miami FL,winning in a live radio contest and went on to the national show in Chicago. She graduated from the University of Florida majoring in speech and drama. In the television era she competed on Jeopardy in NYC with Merv Griffin as host. She remained an avid Jeopardy fan all her life. She was on the UNM staff for many years. She is survived by son Gordon Andrew Andersen of Albuquerque, Mary Jo Andersen of Portland, OR, and son John "Hal" Andersen of Surprise, AZ, and Tacoma, WA and his daughter, Mari,her grandchild.
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