Obituary notices.

robert trevizo rsRobert Alvarado Trevizo, 60, a resident of Colorado Springs, CO formerly of Silver City, NM entered eternal rest February 15, 2018 at his residence.

He was born October 30, 1957 to Emilio Trevizo and Teresa Alvarado

Lizzie Rose Farmer, 74, Deming resident passed away Friday March 2, 2018 at Casa Del Sol in Las Cruces.

Services are pending.

rick moreno rsRick Moreno, 61, died suddenly and unexpectedly on February 23, 2018.

He was born in London, England on May 8, 1956, to British native June Pelham and Harold M. Moreno, a U. S. Air Force photographer. From the age of three Rick was raised by his maternal grandparents, who ran a tobacco shop in London. He came to the United States as a ten-year-old, living with his father in California and later the New England region. There he learned carpentry. Rick later lived with his mother in Dover, Delaware, where he worked as a finish carpenter on new construction at the Delaware beaches.

Edward Gallegos Jaramillo, a resident of Deming, NM entered eternal rest Friday, March 2, 2018 at his residence.

Arrangements are pending with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ~ 575-546-0070.

Elena G. Cisneros, 83, a resident of Arenas Valley, NM entered eternal rest Friday, March 2, 2018 at her residence.

Arrangements are pending with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ~ 575-537-0777.

Vivian Ora Watson, 95, a Deming resident entered eternal rest Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at Willow Manor Assisted Living in Deming, NM.

Arrangements are pending with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ~ 575-546-0070.

bob gairRobert "Bob" D. Gair, age 95, passed away peacefully at home with his family on Saturday, February 17.

Bob is survived by his wife of 39 years, Lorraine "Kathy", 7 children: Robert "Bobby" Gair Jr., Dennis Gair, Bambi Gair Armeni, Keith Gair, Kimberly Gair Krutty, Sherri Gair George, and Kathleen Gair Crawford. He also leaves behind 11 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild.

Bob was born April 6, 1922 in Detroit, Michigan. During high school, he spent three summers in the Citizens Military Training Camp at Camp Butler in Battle Creek Michigan. There, he became an expert marksman with the Springfield 1903 rifle, which he would eventually be issued and carry throughout World War II. After graduating high school in 1940, he immediately went to work in an auto parts factory.

Bob enlisted in the US Army in December 1942, completed basic training in Texas and was sent to the Army Specialized Training Program in Little Rock, Arkansas before being assigned to the 99th Infantry Division, 393rd Regiment, F Company. He fought bravely in Central Europe, Rhineland, Ardennes and most notably during the Battle of the Bulge. He received several medals and commendations for his courageous service before returning home in February 1946.

After the war, Bob returned to his work in the auto industry, retiring as a manager with the Chrysler Motor Company, before relocating to Deming with his family. Many of you know and will remember Bob as a greeter at the Deming K Mart, where he proudly wore his jacket adorned with his WWII medals and patches. He is loved and will be missed.

Per his request cremation will take place at Terrazas Crematory and a service will take place at a later date. Arrangements are with Terrazas Funeral Chapels & Crematory "Trusted care for the ones you love" ~ 575-546-0070.

To send your condolences, visit www.terrazasfuneralchapels.com

Robert A. McCuen, 64, Deming resident passed away Saturday February 24, 2018 at his home.

Robert was born September 17, 1953 in Kennett, Missouri to Jewel Beatrice Tinsley and Rey McCuen.

He is survived by spouse, Richard E. Morrow of the home; friends and extended family members.

No service will take place as were his wishes. Cremation has been entrusted to Baca's Mimbres Crematory.

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