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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29,2010 Obituaries Angela G. Frias Angela Gonzales Frias, 74, wife of Lieutenant Colonel, re- tired Benjamin Maxwell Frias, resident of E1 Paso, Txas, passed away peacefully sur- rounded by fam- ily on October 2, 2010. She was born on Decem- ber 28, 1935. On November 19, 1955 Angela married Ben- jamin M. Frias. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Ben- jamin; daughter and son-in-law, Anamaria and Werner; daughters Elizabeth and Theresa; son and daughter- in-law, Benjamin Jr. and Alluvina; son Johnny daughter and son-in-law, Roseanna and Robert; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Angela is survived by seven sib- lings, sisters: Luz, Anita, and Estella&apos;, and brothers: Angela Gonzales Frias Guillermo, Raul, Patricio, and Carlos. Services for Angela were held in El Paso, Texas on r Friday, October 8 'h at Hillcrest Chapel and Saturday, October 9, 2010 at St. Raphael Catholic Church. Angela was a kind and car- ing woman and will be greatly missed by Jill who knew and'loved her. Her husband, Benjamin is a former resident of Lordsburg. Rex Kipp Jr. Rex Kipp Jr.. 76, longtime Hidalgo and Luna County resident passed away at his residence on October 23, 2010. He was born in Lordsburg, NM on December 4. 1933 to Rex and Mary Dee (Muir) Kipp. Rex was a retired rancher and businessman. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 pm on Sat- urday, October 30, 2010, at the First United Methodist Church in Deming, NM. Serving as pallbearers are Justin Kipp, Tim Deming Silver City area (575) 546-0070 (575) 537-0777 Local Calls (575) 542-3330 Reasonably Priced Funeral And Cremation Services Excellence in sert'ice and care for your./mfily shotthl alwa, vs be aJJordable... It can and always will be with us. ,, ,, .....  , , Leary, Craig Cole, Joe Ziegenfnss, Brock Kipp, Tyke Kipp, Chance Kipp, Tyler Leary, and Mikael Johnson. Honary .pallbearers are Dick Poe, Gary Jeffreys., Scotty Stevenson, Macario Ortega, Bob Speer, Rob- ert NUll, and The Barsto01 Boys. He" is suJ'- vived by his lov- ing wife of 39'. years, Carol, and four children: Justin and wife Amy, children, Brock. Tyke and Chance Kipp of Lordsburg, NM; Rcxann and hus- band Tim, chil- dren, Kelsi, Kacie, and Tyler Leafy, of Ft Davis, TX: Lezlie and husband Joe Ziegenfuss, children, Mikael, Ashley and great-granddaughter Jasmine Johnson of Las Cruces, NM; Craig and wife Susie, children Gatlin, Adam, Lacey and Aus- tin Cole, of Lordsburg, NM. ; brothers', John of Las Cruces NM, William and wife Gayle of Santa Teresa, NM Brother-in- law Phil and wife Bobble Woolfofd, of T or C, NM., long time, devoted friend Dick Poe :of. E1 Paso, TX., numerous nieces, nephews and friends. After graduating from Lordsburg High School, Rex .joined the Army and was sta- tioned at Ft. Bliss. Texas. After serving in the Army he attended NMSU and UTEP. He returned to Lordsburg to assume the opera- tion of the Muir Ranch which was started by his grandfather the late John T. Muir and his vife Emma in 1882. Rex served one term in the New Mexico House of Repre- sentatives, as one of its youngest members, thus following in the footsteps of both his grandfather John T. Muir and his father Rex Kipp Sr. Rex was proud of the fact that he was a third generation rancher and loved being out in the country. He also cleared and developed many acres of farm land. He served on the board of Rex Kipp Jr. banks: He owned and operated the E.J. Shor/Company for many years. After retiring from the ranching business, passing it on to the fourth generation, he and his wife Carol moved to Deming where they have resided for the last twenty-six years. Rex became a pi- lot as a teenager and enjoyed a life- time of flying, golfing and ski- ing. He was a member of the First United Meth- odist Church Of Lordsburg and the Masonic Lodge. Rex will be missed by all who knew and loved him. In lieu of flowers the family would like donations made to the Mimbres Valley Home Health & Hospice @ I11 N Pearl St., or Cancer Support of Deming & Luna Co. @ POB 1746, both in Deming, NM,8803 I. 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.bacasfuneralchapeis.com. 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Joyce R. Rodela Joyce Rebecca Rodela, 54, a Lordsburg resident passed away on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at her home. Visitation will be Wednes- day, October 27, 2010 at 6 o'clock in the afternoon at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with a prayer vigil tO follow at 7 ()'clock that evening. Mass of the Resurrection will be cel- ebrated Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 10 o'clock in the morn- ing at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. Rod Nichols officiating. Concluding services and interment will follow at Shakespeare Cemetery. Joyce was born January 14, 1956 to Alvina Bejaran 0 ar d Jose Aguilera in Lordsburg, New Mexico. She was a com7 municant of St. Joseph's Catho- lic Church. She enjoyed spend- ing time with her grandchildren and visiting with her friends. She is sur- vived by hus- band, Tereso Rodela of the home; 3 daugh- ters, Carla Palumbo (Lisa) of Las Cruces; Onishia Aguilera and Marina Jacquez (Lenny) of Lordsburg; mother, Alvina Aguilera; sister, Diane Galindo of Upland, CA; brothers, Joe Aguilera Jr of Upland, CA; Eddie Aguilera and wife Mar- garet of Lordsburg; Adam and Benny Aguilera of Las Cruces; 9 grandchildren, Patrick Co- rona, Michael Palumbo, Ryan Palumbo, Pablo Aguilera, Kodi, Keilani, Kalia, Maria and Joyce Rebecca Rodela Leonardo Jacquez and numer- ous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Benito Aguilera, Adam Aguilera, Juan Bejarano Ill, Lenny Jacquez, David Martinez and Baltazar Dominguez. Honorary pallbearers are brothers, sister, grandchildren and Jaime Alvares. She was preceded in " death by her fa- ther, J.ose. Aguilera. 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.bacasfuneraichapels.com. 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 l Note From The Publisher Why vote? When it comes to casting that important ballot, most people either feel obligated, or do so out of civic duty, or to sus- tain the democracy our founding fathers fought so hard for. I encourage you to feel ex- cited about having the opportu- nity to make a difference. Al- though you may have just one vote, the most important thing is that you have the RIGHT to vote! That is a privilege that deserves utmost respect. When it comes to our Hidalgo County candidates for the offices of Commissioner, As- sessor, Magistrate Judge and Sher- iff, I encourage you to vote with your hearts, your personal knowl- edge of the candidates and your gut feelings on who you KNOW will do the best job for our county. If ma r-m-e'a'm; 7"v'o rig" "t r fgtTt ..... party ticket for you, or not, then so be it. There have been a lot of nega- tive comments thrown about lately. But, the bottom line is that we KNOW all of these candidates. We work with them, attend school functions with them, see them at community events, bump into them at the grocery store, etc. You KNOW who they are, what kind of people they are. Use THAT knowledge of these candidates when you step up to cast that bal- lot. As American citizens we are blessed to have freedom of speech, but we are also blessed to be individuals who can make de- cisions based on what is best for us and our community. I strongly encourage you to not let the nega- tive influence your vote, one way or the other, and let the candidates themselves influence that vote. Votc-'wiym conscience. .M A D E R O Democratic Candidate for Hidalgo County Sheriff EXPERIENCE IS THE KEY WORD! To each and everyone from all political parties of Hidalgo County for all the support you have shown on my behalf. I am humbad by your confidence. "WORK BEFORE WORDS" Extensive experience as Under Sheriff for Hidalgo County since 2002. Began a 23.year career with the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department as Detention Officer in 1986. Extensive experience in appropriating programs enabling Sheriff's Department to purchase equipment and vehicles. Seven years experience with the Lordsburg Police Department achieving the rank of sergeant. Extensive experience in numerous drug busts in Lordsburg, Deming and Silver City. . Responsible for solving the break.in at Dugan-Tarango Municipal School in t990. Responsible for solving a local homicide in 1990, apprehending the suspect within 24 hours after the crime. Extensive experience with firearms; experienced fire arms instructor since 1994. Extensive experience with the Motor Transportation Oepartment,  :  :. .... ,; ,.:i'.  . Born and rasein Lordsburg; 1972 graduate of Lordsburg High School; attended New Mexico state University. Viet Nam War Veteran; 4 years active duty with the U.S; Navy with an honorable discharge. )  =" Nin0 Madero .... has extensive.. ,. experience in the SherifP:$ Department<;His opponent has less than a yea r's:iexperiehiie]n law enforcement and is not' evei Certified deputy. A VOTE FOR:MADERO IS A VOTE FOR EXPERINCE! I t | t