Shelley Bahr (née Tuber), 82, Taos, died Nov. 14
Rye Lemons, 43, Arroyo Seco, died Nov. 7
From Taos, NM passed away peacefully in hospital while surrounded by family members, on November 14, 2018. She was 82 years old. Shelley is survived by her children, David C Kravitz of Chicago, Il., Robert A Kravitz of Tampa, FLA., Debra A Morrison of Basalt, CO., and Patricia L Kravitz of Taos, NM; her six grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren; and sister, Judith Barmen of Cleveland, OH. brother, Louis Tuber of Cleveland, OH., and her parents, Samuel and Devora Tuber of Toledo, OH. Shelley was born on September 13, 1936 in Cleveland, OH. She grew up in Cleveland Heights, OH. where she graduated from Cleveland Heights High School in 1954. Shelley and family lived in Beachwood and Chagrin Falls, OH. for many years, during which time she was an active member of the Chagrin Falls civic and business communities. In 1987 while exploring the western US, she fell in love with Taos which soon became her new home. With her signature balance of grit and heart, Shelley became an integral part of the fabric of the Taos community. She launched and grew her own business in advertising specialties, Proforma/Albrecht & Co., and became a passionate supporter for many civic and charitable causes, including the Tierra Del Sol chapter of the American National Red Cross where she served as a member of the Board of Directors. Her 26 years in Taos were summed in a tribute by local radio station, KTAO, and broadcast on the day of her passing. “Strong community advocate, deeply admired Taosena - Shelley Bahr, recently passed away; a volunteer for and Family Center, and various events. She served Taos committedly and loved our community greatly.” Indeed, Shelley Bahr will be dearly missed, and the memory of her life warmly held in the hearts of her friends and family. A private family cremation service was performed on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at the Rivera Family Funeral Home and Crematorium
er a memorial donation to the American National Red Cross in your area. Visit redcross.org A Celebration of Shelley’s life will be scheduled in Taos for the Spring of 2019, and shall be announced by her family in the coming months.