Published: Wednesday, January 4th, 2006
Adela Luevanos Services: 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Clovis. Adela I. Luevanos, 71, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at her home in Clovis. She was born June 5, 1934, in Newkirk to Juan and Tiofela Aragon. Her family said she was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who married Luis Luevanos on April 25, 1985, in El Paso, Texas. They said she liked to embroider and won several first-place ribbons. She also enjoyed playing pool and dancing. She worked at Portales Valley Peanut Mills, Clovis Cleaner, as a business owner of New Star Fashions, and sold Avon. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Angelina Sandoval and Margaret Torres; three brothers, Don Aragon, Luther Aragon and Alfonso Aragon and one great-grandson, Cecilio Jaramillo III. She is survived by her husband Luis Luevanos; five daughters, Angelina Kern of Clovis, Corina Cordova of Clovis, Patricia Jaramillo of Clovis, Barbara Ramirez of Albuquerque and Margie Villalobos of Portales; five sons, Gilbert Jaramillo of Clovis, Joe Perfecto Jaramillo of Arlington, Texas, Eddie Jaramillo of Albuquerque, Cecilio Jaramillo of Albuquerque and Anthony Jaramillo of Fort Worth, Texas; one sister, Maxine Aragon of Portales; one brother, Arthur Aragon of Albuquerque; 23 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Father Sotero Sena will officiate the funeral services with Deacon Daniel Chavez assisting. Burial will follow at Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens in Clovis. Pallbearers are Robert Cordova, Calvin Jaramillo, Gabriel Castillo, Eric Jaramillo, Joshua Villalobos, Anthony Cordova, Matthew Villalobos and Curt Kern. Arrangements are by Steed-Todd Funeral Home of Clovis. Ronald Osborn Services: Have been held. Ronald Otha Osborn, 58, died at his home in Logan on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2005. He was born March 9, 1947, in Tucumcari and had been a lifetime resident of Logan. He had been active in farming and ranching all of his life. He had just recently retired from owning and operating the Logan Food Market. His family said he loved the outdoors and its activities. He is survived by his wife, Sherry, of Logan; his sons Buck Osborn (and wife, Doren) of Fort Worth, Texas, Vondell Koontz (Cody) of Cheraw, Colo., Stewart Koontz (Denise) of Fort Worth; his daughter Louise Ayers (David) of Logan; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Osborn Jr., of Logan; his brother Jerry Bob Osborn (Deanna) of Logan; grandchildren Luke Osborn, Meredith Moss, Samantha Murphy, Tyler Murphy, Sarah and Kelsey Ayers, Desta Buhr and Orren Koontz, Tiffany and Jasmine Koontz; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church in Logan with the Rev. Steve Kullback, minister of the First Baptist Church of Logan, officiating. Burial followed in the family plot of the Logan Cemetery. Arrangements were by Dunn Funeral Home of Tucumcari. William Rutter Services: Have been held. William (Bill) Rutter, 60, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at his home in Logan. He was born Sept. 16, 1945, in Arkansas City, Kan., and had been a longtime resident of Logan. He had served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam and was a member of the American Legion Post in Logan who loved fishing and the outdoors. He is survived by is his wife, Mona, of Logan; his son Wade Rutter (and wife, April) of Portales; his daughters, Kerri Bollinger (Justin), of Tucumcari and Amanda Spitz (Kyle) of Lamar, Colo.; five grandchildren, Morgan, Megan, Sy, Garrett and Coy; his brother Howard Rutter of Grants and his sister Shirley Crisp (Don) of Kalispell, Minn. He is preceded in death by his parents N.J. (Bruce) and Florence Rutter. Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church of Logan with the Rev. Steve Kullback, minister of the Logan First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial followed in the Tucumcari Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were A. G. Cook, Gordon Cochrum, Ray Gorman, James Rinestine, Dudley Hartsfield and Joe Garnett. Honorary pallbearers were Kyle Spitz, Justin Bollinger, the Logan Bass Club along with his many friends and customers. Arrangements were by Dunn Funeral Home of Tucumcari.
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