Dora C. Sierra, 90 of Hurley passed away Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at her home surrounded by her family.
Dora is survived by her children, Daniel C Sierra of Hurley, Rita Peru of Gila, and Henry Sierra (Rose) of Las Cruces; 11 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and several great-great grandchildren. Also surviving Dora are her brother, Rick Solis and two sisters, Betty Silva and Sylvia Peru.
Brent Allen Moore entered eternal life on Tuesday May 8, 2018, peacefully in his home at the age of 56.
Brent was born on April 6, 1962 in Deming, New Mexico. He was the beloved son of Lela Sue Gibson and Samuel T. Moore, who was surveyor for the New Mexico State Highway Department.
Roberta P. Jasso, 78, of Silver City passed away on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Fort Bayard Medical Center.
Roberta was born on May 26, 1939 in Silver City to Anita Moreno. She was married to Alizandro M. Jasso and they had seven children. Roberta worked most of her life and in her later years she attended and graduated from Western New Mexico University. In 1983 she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Minor in Psychology. She went on to further her education and entered the Master Program for Counseling in 1986. Roberta also received a Child Development Associate from the University of New Mexico. She worked at El Grito Headstart as a social worker and teacher. Roberta was very proud of her accomplishments in life. Roberta was a wonderful mother, grandmother, friend and always took care of her family. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Edna Josephine "Jo" Bounds, 79, a resident of San Lorenzo, NM entered eternal rest Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at her residence.
Arrangements are pending with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ~ 575-537-0777.
Maria Guadalupe "Mary" Guadiana, 88, a resident of Bayard, NM entered eternal rest Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Fort Bayard Medical Center.
She was born in Hurley, NM on April 1, 1930 to Pedro and Maria Diaz.
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