June 7, 1968 – Jan. 16, 2020
Bob Wade, a Texas artist whose 40-foot-long iguana sculpture once perched atop the Lone Star Cafe in Manhattan and whose 63-foot-high saxophone lured patrons to a blues nightclub in Houston, died Dec. 24 at his home in Austin.
Bettie Alice (Spires) Tritton of El Paso, Texas, born in Midland, died peacefully on December 23, 2019. Bettie was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie George Spires and her daughter Elizabeth Alice (Libby) Tritton.
Ernest Barnard Polk, known as Nardy to family and friends, died Dec. 21 at age 71 in El Paso. The son of the late Sue Jackson Polk and Hibbard Glenn Polk, Nardy was born and raised in El Paso. He graduated from Austin High School in 1966, where he was the class valedictorian, All Austin Boy …
Dr. Ronald “Ron” Adelbert Gum fought the good fight with grace and courage over many years until, peacefully slumbering, he succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease while living out his final days at Holmes Park Hospice House in Medford, Oregon.
Elizabeth (Betty) Young Taber has left her earthly body and is now enjoying eternal life free at last from all pain and afflictions in the presence of God the Father and her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Louis Galanter, born on Aug. 18, 1928, died on May 29, 2018. Louis was the owner and operator of Cortez Jewelers in El Paso, Texas, for 49 years. He was active in the company’s daily operations up until this year.
Charles Jerome Ward, 83, passed away on April 29, 2018, while on a golf trip surrounded by his friends. He was an avid golfer. Charlie was born in Charleston, South Carolina and moved to El Paso in 1942. He graduated from Allen Military Academy and owned and operated Ward Motor Clinic until …
Carol Lee “Sally” Radebaugh passed away on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at the age of 85. She was a loving sister, aunt and friend and will be greatly missed. Sally was a graduate of Texas Tech University where she served as the first president of the sorority, Pi Beta Phi. She spent her career…
Edwin “Corky” Burt III died at his Oklahoma ranch on Feb. 25. Corky was one-of-a-kind, an individual to his core and a dedicated rancher. Animal husbandry was second nature to him, and he raised many fine horses and cattle and cared for dozens of abandoned dogs. He was true to himself and di…
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