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Ursula C. Le Claire, 78, a Resident of Deming

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Ursula C. Le Claire, 78, resident of Deming passed away Sunday February 24, 2013 at the Kindred Hospital in El Paso, Texas.

A memorial mass will be this Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 11 o’clock in the morning at Holy Family Catholic Church with Fr. Ron Machado, Pastor officiating. Inurnment will be at Green Oaks Memorial Park in Baton Rouge, Louisiana at a later date.

Ursula was born December 13, 1934 in Plaucheville, Louisiana to Martin L. and Dora (Mayeux) Chenevert. She was a secretary at the Todd Ship Yards in Port Orford, Oregon until her retirement and has been a resident of Deming since 1994. Locally she was a former treasurer of the Garden Club and was an active member of Holy Family Catholic Church.

She is survived by 2 brothers, Martin E. Chenevert and his wife Jane of Austin, RX and Philip Chenevert and his wife Betty of Greenwell Springs, Louisiana; 8 nephews and 3 nieces. Ursula was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Herbert LeClaire, and by her sister, Patricia Newland.

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