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HOBBS NEWS-SUN • SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2013
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NMMI severs ties with
alumni association
ROSWELL (AP) — The New Mexico Military
Institute has severed ties to its alumni association over the failure of the nonprofit group to
meet financial reporting standards.
The school made the decision this week to end
the 50-year relationship with the association,
the Roswell Daily Record reported. The school
plans to establish its own alumni office on campus.
In February, the regents told the association
that it had 60 days to provide audited financial
statements or face termination. Regent president Stephen Paternoster said the association
failed to provide the statements and maintain
an acceptable financial accounting system.
The association was incorporated in 1964 and
has had an office on campus to promote NMMI
and raise funds from the school’s 20,000 alumni.
Some of those funds pay for cadet scholarships.
Funding from the NMMI Foundation also provides support for the Alumni Association. The
foundation also notified the alumni nonprofit
this week that its support would end.
School officials say NMMI plans to reach out
to alumni as it forms the new office. The school
plans to begin searching for a director to run
the new office. Hiring could begin in July.
N.M. Democrats choose
lawyer as new leader
LAS CRUCES (AP) — An Albuquerque lawyer
has been elected as the new chairman of the
Democratic Party of New Mexico.
Members of the party’s central committee
cast votes during a meeting Saturday in Las
News-Sun
Cruces. Party officials say Sam Bregman won
with just over 66 percent of the vote. Challenger
Roxanne Lara finished with more than 33 percent.
Bregman replaces Javier Gonzales of Santa
Fe, who is stepping down after nearly four years
of leading the party.
On the top of the to-do list for Bregman will be
the 2014 elections. Republican Gov. Susana
Martinez is expected to bid for a second term,
and Democrats will be looking to take back the
office.
Bregman recently told the Albuquerque
Journal that he would be a “pit bull” in standing up to Republicans.
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ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — U.S. Sens. Tom Udall
and Martin Heinrich have recommended an
Albuquerque native be nominated as the next
U.S. attorney for the district of New Mexico.
The senators have requested that President
Barack Obama nominate Damon Martinez for
the post. Martinez has served as an assistant
U.S. attorney since 2001 and currently supervises the organized crime and gang section in
Albuquerque.
The Albuquerque Journal reports that
Martinez has also worked on national security,
anti-terrorism, immigration and narcotics
cases.
Before joining the U.S. attorney’s office,
Martinez served as an assistant state attorney
general.
The White House often honors requests for
such an appointment from a state’s two senators.
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January 9,
1951
in
Durango,
Colorado.
She
died
April
25,
2013 at Lea
Regional
Hospital in
Hobbs. No
viewing is
planned for Ingle
Alyse, but a
register will be at Chapel of
Hope.
Aylse married Jim Ingle on
April 9, 1995 in Ruidoso, NM.
Alyse touched many lives.
Her close friends were very
dear to her. Next to her family,
her passion was interior
design. Alyse walked into the
loving arms of her savior and
she is re-decorating Heaven at
this time.
Alyse is survived by her
mother, Thelma Bertrand of
Durango, CO; her husband,
Jim Ingle of Hobbs; son, Matt
Miley of Odessa, TX; 2 daughters, Wendy Owens and husband, Russell, of Lubbock, TX
and Carol Nelson and husband, David of Bakersfield,
CA; 4 brothers; 2 sisters; 1
grandson, Ryan Nelson of Las
Cruces, NM; 3 grand-daughters, Marcy Nelson of Santa
Monica, CA; Ashley and
Allyson Owens of Lubbock,
TX.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hope Lodge, 3511
10th Street, Lubbock, TX, 79415
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Zula Mae Beals
Zula Mae Beals, 77, of Hobbs,
passed away Wednesday, April
24, 2013 in Hobbs. Funeral
services will be 1:00 PM,
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at
G r i f f i n
Funeral
Home with
P a s t o r
Winford
Gipson, officiating.
Interment
will follow in
P r a i r i e
H a v e n
Memorial
Park.
The Beals
family will
receive friends from 6:00-8:00
pm, Monday, April 29th at the
funeral home.
Mrs. Beals was born on
September 20, 1935 in New
Orleans, LA to Elijah and
Celestine Lyons. She married
Columbus Beals and enjoyed
10 wonderful years together
until his death. Mrs. Beals
enjoyed crafts, watching soap
operas, shopping and cooking.
She loved being with her family and was a second mom to all
of her nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Beals was preceded in
death by her parents, husband,
brother, Elijah Lyons, Jr., 3
nephews and great niece,
Alavia Edwards.
Survivors include her sister,
Elouise Egans of Hobbs; God
son, Tracy Egans of Hobbs;
nieces, Glenda Egans of
Hobbs, Gail Cleaver, (Jesse) of
Tyler, TX, Sherrie Carpenter
of Macon, GA, Carolyn, Judy,
Cassandra and Olinda of
Louisiana; nephews, Robert
Egans, (Cynthia) of Hobbs,
Bruce and Frankie Lyons of
Louisiana and a host of great
nieces and nephews.
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Ramon S. Roman
Ramon S. Roman, 67, of
Hobbs, passed away, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 in Hobbs.
Funeral services will be 10:00
AM, Monday, April 29, 2013 at
Griffin
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Interment will follow in
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Visitation will be 1:00 - 7:00
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direction of Griffin Funeral
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Alyse Ingle
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Shamika Nicole White left
this earthly realm on April
16th in Hobbs, NM. Shamika
was born in Hobbs, New
Mexico on June 22, 1982 to
Yvonne (Vonna)
White
and
Paul
Serrano.
Funeral
services are
scheduled
for 1 p.m.,
M o n d a y,
April 29 at
St.
John
B a p t i s t
Church, 1006 White
E. Midwest.
Rev. J.J. Joiner will officiate.
Shamika was born and
raised in Hobbs and attended
Hobbs High School. She
enjoyed spending time with
her family and friends.
Shamika was definitely “one
in a million” and will be truly
missed by all who knew her
and loved her.
Shamika is survived by her
parents, three sons: Ke’varzae
and Q-Mayne White of Hobbs,
NM and Eric White of
Glendale, Ariz; one grandson,
Jay’Vion White of Hobbs, NM;
three sisters: Britni White of
Hobbs, NM, Ashley and
Santana Serrano of Hobbs
NM, two brothers: Chris
McAfee
and
Quay’Shaun
Williams of Hobbs NM.
She is also survived by
numerous
aunts,
uncles,
cousins and close friends.
She is preceded in death by
her grandparents Willard P.
and Otilla V. White.
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through Calvary Memorial
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En la desafortunada perdida de nuestro querido Esposo, Papá y Abuelo,
Jaime Rey Ramirez
queremos dar gracias a todas las personas que nos
acompañaron en nuestro dolor el pasado 10 de Abril 2013.
Que Dios los bendiga. Departe de su esposa, Maria, hijos y nietos,
y la familia Ramirez
In the unfortunate loss of our family
member, we would like to give thanks to
all the family & friends for the prayers,
donations & companionship. Thank you
from his wife, Maria Delacruz, kids, and
the Ramirez family.