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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014 3 SBDC Be a visionary business leader By FINANCE NEW MEXICO Looking ahead, envisioning what the future may hold--your ability to identify trends and to plan for future possibilities can lead to great success for your busi- ness. A readiness to embrace tech- nology and change are vital in this business climate. Find out more in this week's article by the Finance New Mexico team. Planning in business isn't just a matter of deciding how to assign capital and resources to create a profitable venture. Equally essential is developing a distance vision. The most effective business SeniorOitizens Lunch Menu Monday, June 23 Tater Tot Casserole California Veggies Garden Salad/Dressing Grapes WW Bread Sugar Cookie Tuesday, June 24 Bean Burrito w/Cheese Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Crackers Oranges Wednesday, June 25 Chile Relleno w/Cheese Sauce Garden Salad/Dressing Pinto Beans Crackers Pineapple Thursday, June 26 Baked Chicken Sliced Tomatoes Broccoli/Cheese Sauce WW Roll/Margarine Strawberries & Bananas Friday, June 27 Cheeseburger W/Lettuce/Tomato/Onion/ Green Chile Peas & Carrots Macaroni Salad Peaches leaders are planners and vision- aries with creative, dynamic and specific ideas about where they want their company to be three years or five years from now. Their focus is "macro" and "micro": They zoom in and out, from the specific to the general and back again, absorbing information about their own company and the larger environment -- the indus- try and the economy in which the company operates. This autofocus helps the vi- sionary leader identify trends that are likely to translate into Oppor- tunities and to act with intention to pursue them. Forming a Picture Some visionary leaders are born, but most are made. They learn from the mistakes and suc- cesses of other business leaders. The visionary process be- gins with the entrepreneur devel- oping a mental picture -- a holo- gram -- of her company several years in the future. She imagines how technological innovations might affect the business in posi- tive and negative ways and what tomorrow's target market will look and act like. Firmly planted in the present, she imagines her company's path from now to several years from now with an eye to beating com- petitors to that distant place. She thinks in tangible terms -- of rev- enue, market share and other measurables -- and she thinks big. If the company isn't where it needs to be to reach its destina- tion, the missing steps will be obvious as she works her way back from point B to point A. She exercises discipline to keep everyone on track toward the organizational objective. As a visionary leader, she has the dis- cipline and the Action Plan Getting from vision to achievement requires action -- of the concerted, deliberate and co- ordinated kind. Choreographing these steps is the task of the visionary leader, who provides direction and mo- tivation to his team of talent. He's an enabler in the best sense -- the creator and cultivator of an environment where transcendent thinking is rewarded and progress is celebrated. He is clear about what he wants from team members and leaders and keeps them stimu- lated with feedback and progress reports that help them see the macro picture that drives all com- pany activities. A truly visionary leader has humility; he's the first to take responsibility when a milestone isn't reached, seeing it as an opportunity to rededicate himself to becoming a better leader. Don't Stop Now Some business leaders are content to do one thing well, rarely straying from the core mis- DECLARATIONS OF CANDIDA(:00 Ed Kerr I, Ed Kerr, hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 1. Your continued support will be greatly appreciated. "Ed Kerr Warren Walter I, Warren Walter, hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Hidalgo County Sheriff, subject to the Republican Primary Election. Your vote of support will be very much appreciated. --Warren Walter Carmen Acosta I, Carmen Acosta, hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Probate Judge. I have 35 years of service in county government. I have also earned a Certificate of Completion on Probate from NMSU. It would be an honor and privilege to serve as your Probate Judge. I respectfully request your consideration in the 2014 Primary Election. --Carmen Acosta Saturnino "Nino" Madero I, Saturnino "Nino Madero, Democratic candidate for the office of Hidalgo County Sheriff, respectfully ask for your support in the upcoming Primary Election in June 2014. Thank you. --Saturnino "Nino" Madero Mark Thomas I, Mark Thomas, would like to announce my candidacy for the position of Magistrate Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Elec- tion in June. Your support will be greatly appreciated. -- Mark Thomas Darr Reynolds Shannon I, Darr Reynolds Shannon would like to announce my candidacy for Hidalgo County Commissioner. Thank you to all for the past support, and please know that I work for you...Hidalgo County. -- Darr Reynolds Shannon Marianne (Mimi) Stewart I, Marianne (Mimi) Stewart, hereby announce my Democratic candidacy for the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 1. Thank you for your support• -- Marianne (Mimi) Stewart Joseph "J,J," Salinas I, Joseph "J.J." Salinas, would like to announce my Democratic candidacy for Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2. Your sup- port will be greatly appreciated. Paid by candidates -- Joseph "J.J." Salinas -_= www.smithfordlordsburg, com New Mexico Press illl Association Member Hidalgo County. Herald (USPS 020697) is published weekly by Hidalgo County Herald in the City of Lordsburg, County of Hidalgo, 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045-1948, 52 issues a year. Subscription rates vary. Subscription rate is $40 per year by USPS mail, $25 per year by email. Requests for correc- tions and complaints concerning news and editorial content of the Hidalgo County Herald should be directed to the editor• For further information on the Hidalgo County Herald's approved grievance policies, readers may contact the publisher• Any unsolicited manu- scripts become the property of the Hidalgo County Herald and will not be returned• All information contained herein is copyrighted 2014 by the Hidalgo County Herald• All photos/stories, unless stated, are written by our staff• POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Hidalgo County Herald, 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, NM 88045- 1948. Periodicals Postage Paid at Lordsburg, New Mexico• PUBLIsHER/EDITOR: Brenda Hood ADVERTISING MANAGER: Glenda Greene PHONE: 575-542-8705 FAX: 575-542-8838 E-MAIL hcherald @aznex.net sion once they've reached their original goal. But a visionary leader isn't content with the sta- tus quo. She is always looking for ways to improve products, win customers, streamline production and expand market share. Once the company has a solid foundation and brand rec- ognition, she'll consider extend- ing a product line or tying the brand to complementary prod- ucts -- the way Nike did when it added apparel, sports equipment and accessories to its core prod- uct, athletic shoes. The point of visionary lead- ership is evolution -- with inten- tion. Finance New Mexico is a public service project to connect you to resources and knowledge that can help your business grow. More information at www.financenewmexico.org. An archive of SBDC Busi- ness Reports can be found at http://www.grantcounty beat.com/index.php/archived- items Western New Mexico University's Small Business De- velopment Center offers assis- tance to entrepreneurs who are starting a business or wanting to expand an existing business. These services are available at no cost. Call 538-6320 for an ap- pointment with a business advi- sor, or email sbdc@wnmu.edu. The SBDC office is located in Watts Hall at 500 18th Street, at the intersection of Swm and Sil- ver Heights Blvd. Ar appoint- ment at your office is available by request. More information may be found at www.nmsbdc .com/silvercity/index.html. Contact the SBDC office to get details about the following event: • July 20-24, New Mexico Economic Development Course Rodeo 4th of July plans taking shape A softball game will be held at Ned Hall Park in Rodeo at 8:00 AM on the 4th of July. All play- ers welcome. The annual Parade starts at 6:00 PM, so if you want to be in the parade come early and regis- ter at the Post Office parking lot. A Pit Barbecue dinner will be served immediately following the parade at the Rodeo Commu- nity Center during which time the winners of the parade entries will be announced. Thanks to Parade judges Mark Thomas and Nino Madero. We'll have over 20 cakes to auction in support of our Romona Gomez Scholarship Fund. Auc- tioneer and Parade Announcer Bill Cavaliere will simulcast the Parade on AM 1590 radio. And finally, this year's 4th of July Dance will be a FREE EVENT thanks to the Lodger's Tax Fund. There's no admission cost to come dance til midnight with Hotlites DJ from Safford, AZ. Happy IndepenDANCE! David W. Dunagan David Walter Dunagan, 78, a longtime rancher and resident of Animas passed away Tuesday June 10, 2014 at home. David was born April 8, 1936 in Douglas, Arizona. He grew up in Animas David Walter Dunagan and upon graduating he went to work with his brother Charles in a welding shop back in Douglas, This is where he met the love of his life, Billie Jo Moore. They were married June 24 h, 1958. David and Billie had five children: Doddie, Mona, Charles, Clint and Buster. After spending a few years traveling the state 'working construction, David returned home to his first love, the Dunagan Ranch. He would go on to spend the rest of his life there raising his children, watching his grandchildren grow and helping with a herd of great grandchildren. As a rancher, David had hard days and long - days as money was short and feed and water were shorter. But you would never hear him complain, he loved his wife, raised his chil- dren and thought the sun rose and set for his grandchildren. In his words, "He truly had a perfect life." David is survived by two chil- dren, Mona Laupola and Clint Dunagan; his grandchildren, Dawn Conover, Dusti Conover, Pal Laupola, Vincent Laupola, TiAnna Laupola, James Dunagan, Candice Tenorio, Daniel Dunagan, Rebecca Dunagan and Rachel Dunagan. His new herd of great cowboys and cowgirls, Vincent, Aric, Estella, Diego, Deidra, David, Leila, Scarlett and Kingston. He is also survived by brothers Steve and Paul Dunagan, sisters, Marguerite Evans and Mary Waller, and numerous friends and family. He was pre- ceded in death by his father Mon- roe and mother Margaret, his brothers George and Charles, his beautiful wife Billie and three children, Charles, Buster and Doddie. Services were held Monday June 16  beginning with a pot- luck at the Animas Community Center at 4 o'clock in the after- noon. A graveside service fol- lowed at 6 o'clock at the Middle Animas Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Moore, Clint Dunagan, Michael Dunagan, TiAnna Laupola, Dawn Conover and Pal Laupola. Hon- orary bearers were Jr. Gomez, Ed- ward Elbrock, Dean Jensen, Clint Dunagan, Aric Conover, Dusti Conover, Vincent Laupola and Clint Ruebush. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care". To sign the online guest book or to send a card, please visit our website at www.bacasfuneralchapels.com. 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Helen M. Garcia the comfort of his home with his family at his side. Survey offers chance to win Courtesy submission During the last week of school, students from the Lordsburg school district were given surveys to take home to their families. The surveys have questions about how much pro- duce families with children in Hidalgo County eat and where they get their produce. Each family that returns the survey will be entered into a draw- ing to win a $100 gift card. The drawing has been extended to July 15 th to allow more families time to return the survey. A copy of the survey can be obtained by contacting Christy Ortiz at 520-507-0455 or hidalgospirit @ yahoo.com or Beth Cox at 575-313-0765 or bcox@hmsnm.org. THIIIIX YOU I just want to take this time to soy Thank You to all the Democrats who supported me in the Primary Eledion. I continue to ask for' you support in November'. 'j.,¢. Helen M. Garcia, 68, a resi- dent of Lordsburg passed away Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at Gila Regional Medical Center sur- rounded by her loving family. Visita- tion was held Tues- d a y evening June 17, 2014 at St. Joseph's Catholic HelenM. Garcia Church in Lordsburg at 5 O'clock where a prayer vigil will begin at 6 led by Alice Ramirez. The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at I0 O'clock in the morning at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Father John Weber, Pastor offici- ating. Concluding services and interment followed at Shakespeare Cemetery. Helen was born February 17, 1946 in Morenci, Arizona to Niebes and Andrea (Flores) Martinez. She enjoyed watching Novelas and the Dallas cowboys play, reading and listening to music on the radio, crocheting blanket items for her loved ones, especially baby blankets for her grandchildren. She continued that tradition of crocheting blan- kets for her great-grandchildren. She loved anything to do with Elvis Presley and was very proud of her Elvis collection. The most enjoyment in her life was when her children gathered to visit her. She is survived by her hus- band Domingo P. Garcia; 7 daughters Valerie Dominguez and her husband Abel, Marie and Lisa Martinez, Melissa Delgado, Sara Gonzales, Doris and Samantha Garcia; 2 sons George Martinez and his wife Bernadette and Tony Garcia and his wife Devonne; 27 grandchildren and 14 great- grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents Niebes and Andrea Martinez; sister Dolores Baker; brothers Antonio, Martin and Frank Martinez; and son Jesse Garcia. Serving as pallbearers were George Martinez, Brandon and Jesse Garcia, Nick Dominguez, Anthony Delgado and Gabriel Gonzales. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans &Fam- ily Memorial Care". To sign the online guest book or to send a card, please visit our website at www.bacasfuneral chapels.com. 3805 Delk Dr., Silver City, NM 88061 - 575-388-2334 Ruben Pantoja Ruben Pantoja, 78, a long- time Lordsburg resident passed away Tuesday June 17, 2014 in A viewing will be held at 8 .m. on Saturday, June 21, 2014 at St. Joseph's Church in Lordsburg, followed bythe Holy Rosary at 9:00 a.m. A Memorial Service will be held atl0:00 a.m. A complete obituary will appear in next week's edition of the Hidalgo County Herald. Jean Hatch Payne Jean Hatch Payne, age 89, of Virden, New Mexico, passed away June 16, 2014, in Tucson, Adz. Jean was born in Chandler, Ariz., on June 26, 1924, to John Alma and Cora May Merrell Hatch. She was their tenth and final child. When Jean was 4 years old, her family moved to Chino Val- ley, where Jean Hatch Payne she at- tended school through the eighth grade; then she attended and graduated from Prescott High School. Jean married her childhood sweetheart, Edward Lee Payne, on Nov. 19, 1942, in the Mesa Arizona Temple. They lived in Virden, where they worked, served, loved and raised their fam- ily. Jean served actively in the community and in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and her husband, Ed, served as missionaries in the San Diego Mission, as Mesa Temple ordi- nance workers and in the Family History name extraction program. Jean loved working with young people and was a gifted teacher. She was a 4-H leader for 35 years and was loved and re- vered by all she worked with. Survivors include: her chil- dren, Linda (Dennis) Hunt of Jo- seph City, Ariz., Richard (Dorinda) Payne of Fayetteville, NC, Michael Payne of Kalispell, Mont., John (Wendy) Payne of Virden, NM, Debra (Charles) Hampton of Ganns, Oklah.; her 31 grandchildren, 70 great- grandchildren, and three great- great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Edward Lee Payne; four infant daughters, Sa- rah Edna Payne, Cora May Payne, Mary Jane Payne, Jeanine Payne; and her son, Dennis Lee Payne. Funeral services for Jean will be conducted Saturday, June 21, 2014, at the Duncan Arizona Stake Center with visitation be- ginning at 11:30 a.m. and ser- vices at 1:00 p.m. Concluding services will follow in the Virden Cemetery. Online condolences may be offered at viningfuneralhome.com Arrangements are entrusted to Vining Funeral Home. VD ALS!/I 2010 Ford Edge Low Miles, Leather 2010 Ford F-150 4x4 Platinum LOADED II l: I :kl =11M:t [el =k'ivll I II15111 fl'Jfll,1 :ll'lillil 2008.Ford Escape 4x4 Limited 2008 Mustang GT Need Service? 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