TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2006 LAREDO MORNING TIMES | 9A
HERLINDA SALDIVAR ADAME GILBERTO VILLAREAL GARZA PEDRO “PETE” MOSQUEDA
celebrated at 9 a.m. at Our Lady Tuesday, January 10, 2006 at Jan. 1, 1944 Jan. 6, 2006
of Guadalupe Catholic Church. 8:40 a.m. from Joe Jackson Laredo, Texas Laredo, Texas
Committal service and inter- Heights/Springfield Chapel to
ment followed in the Calvary San Luis Rey Catholic Church
Catholic Cemetery. for a holy Mass at 9 a.m.
PALLBEARERS WERE: Pallbearers will be Gilberto
David Arturo Garcia, Sr., Ricar- Jose Villarreal, Cesar Gerardo
do Javier Lopez, Domingo Villarreal, Gilberto Villareal, Jr.,
Adame, Jr., Jose A. DeHoyos, Sabino Rivera, Jose Arturo
Ernesto G. Lopez, Jr, Jerry Perales, Ramiro Rodriguez,
Vasquez, and Veronica P. Rafael Cordova, Gilberto Jose
Adame. Villarreal Jr., Gilbert Cruz and
HONORARY PALL- Gilbert Perez.
BEARERS WERE: Homero Interment will be held at the
Adame and Rodolfo “Rudy” family plot in the Calvary
Saldivar. Catholic Cemetery.
Arrangements are under The family encourages you
Herlinda Saldivar Adame, the direction of the Hernan- Heavens Gain Was Our Loss: to sign the guest book online at
a devoted mother and grand- dez, Lopez and Sons North- Loving husband, father, grand- www.joejacksonheights.com.
mother passed away at the age side Chapels, 800 Boston St. father, great grandfather and Arrangements are under the
of 93 at a local hospital in a n d S a n B e r n a r d o Ave . friend Gilberto Villarreal Garza direction of Joe Jackson Pedro “Pete” Mosqueda, de- He was preceded in death by
Laredo surrounded by loved L a r e d o , Tex a s ( 9 5 6 ) 72 3 - born May 18, 1923 in Villaldama Heights/Springfield Chapel, voted husband, father, grandfa- his parents Agapito and Isabel
ones. 2979. N.L., Mexico went to be with our 1900 Springfield. ther, and brother was called by Mosqueda and his father-in-law,
Funeral services were held Lord on Saturday, January 7, our Lord to his final rest at the Jesus Gutierrez.
at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, January 2006 at the age of 82. age of 62 in the company of his He is survived by his loving
9, 2006 from the Hernandez, A rosary was recited Mon- family and friends. wife, Lupita, of 38 years, daugh-
Lopez and Sons Northside day, January 9, 2006 at 7 p.m. at He was born in Laredo, Texas ters, Marie (Jerry) Rivera, Cyn-
Chapels, 800 Boston St. and San Joe Jackson Heights/Springfield and was a lifelong resident. He thia Bryand, Katie and sons, Peter
Bernardo Ave Holy Mass was Chapel. Visitation was from 5 to attended Martin High School, Jr. (Jackie) and Ray Mosqueda,
9 p.m. Funeral services will be where he met his high school sister Hilda (Bill) McGuire, eight
sweetheart and future wife (Lupi- grandchildren, other relatives
CARLOS M. OCHOA WONCELE PAXTON DUBLIN ta), from which they both gradu- and numerous friends.
ated. He was honorably dis- Visitation will be held on
gentle, kind-hearted man who piano performance. She was a charged from the U. S. Army Tuesday January 10th from 4 to 9
possessed a quiet intelligence, a member of Zeta Tau Alpha na- where he served during the Viet- p.m., and a rosary will be recited
quick wit, and an ever-present tional sorority. nam Era (‘66 – ‘68). at 7 p.m. in the Hillside Funeral
willingness to help others. He She married Robert V. He was employed by Uniroyal Home Chapel. Funeral services
was a devoted son, brother, hus- Dublin Jr. on her 20th birthday for many years until its closure will be held Wednesday January
band, father, grandfather, son- and they lived in Laredo for 67 and most recently he was em- 11th at 9:30 a.m. from Hillside Fu-
in-law, friend, and community years where she was a member ployed by TXDoT from which he neral home to San Martin de Por-
member. of First Methodist Church of retired. His passions were, first res Church. Holy mass will be cel-
He was preceded in death Laredo, Past Regent, Lucy Meri- and foremost, his family, mud and ebrated at 10 a.m. Interment will
by his parents Dionisio E. weather Chapter, Daughters of drag racing, cars and quality time follow in the family plot of the
Ochoa and Virginia Gonzalez the American Revolution, Soci- with his friends and fellow car Calvary Catholic Cemetery.
Ochoa, his sister Virginia ety of Martha Washington, Pan enthusiasts. Pete also enjoyed Arrangements are under the
Ochoa, his brother Cesar American Roundtable and the hunting, spending time outdoors, direction of Hillside Funeral
Ochoa, and his beloved wife of P.E.O. Sisterhood. They moved and cookouts. He was a devout Home, 310 Hillside Road.
54 years, Hortensia Acevedo to Fort Worth in December of and pious Catholic whose faith
Ochoa. 1996 to live with their daughter. gave him and his family strength
He is survived by his son Mr. Dublin died in 1997. to cope with his illness. His sense
Carlos M. Ochoa, Jr; daughter, FORT WORTH — Woncele Survivors: daughter; Gloria of humor, laugh, and trademark
Carlos M. Ochoa, born on Diana Ochoa Johnson, her hus- Paxton Dublin, 96, died Sunday, Dublin Whitson, grandchildren, mustache were all a big part of
November 12, 1920 in Laredo band, Bill Johnson, and grand- January 8, 2006. Robert Daniel Whitson and his his charm that will truly be
entered into eternal rest on Jan- daughter, Jessica Johnson; son, Memorial Eucharist: 2 p.m. wife, Sanda, Jonathan David missed by everyone.
uary 4, 2006 at the age of 85. William X. Ochoa; son, James A. Wednesday at All Saints Epis- Whitson and his wife, Melonye,
He graduated from Martin Ochoa, his wife Lorena Ochoa, copal Church, Fort Worth, with Nancy Whitson Martin and her JOSE LUIS MAGAÑA
High School in 1939. He began and grandchildren Elizabeth, The Rev. Christopher N. Jam- husband, Robert; great grand-
his lengthy career working for Christina, and James C. Ochoa; bor, celebrant, and The Rev. children, Hood Harcourt Whit- will be held on Tuesday, January
the Missouri Pacific Railroad, his daughter Ana C. Ochoa and Zeke Rogers and The Rev. Ann son, Blake Evans Whitson, Mary 10, 2006 from Nieto-Dickey Fu-
eventually becoming the top ex- her husband, Daniel Rodriguez; Richards, assisting clergy. Elizabeth Whitson, Peyton Rice neral Home to San Vicente de
ecutive at the Laredo depot, and his sister Mrs. Delia Schmult of Memorials: Her memory Martin, Robert Paxton Martin, Paul Church. Holy mass will be
playing a key role in interna- St. Joseph, Missouri; brother Os- may be honored with a dona- Mallory Whitson Martin, Mad- celebrated at 9 a.m.
tional railroad traffic into Mex- car Ochoa of Rock Hill, North tion to All Saint’s Episcopal dox Sterling Martin, Kimberly Interment will follow at the
ico. Carolina; aunts, cousins, nieces, Church or School, 5001 Crest- Caitlin Coyle and Michael Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Pall-
At the time of his retirement and nephews. line Road, Fort Worth, TX 76109. Aaron Coyle. bearers will be: Jorge L. Magaña,
in 1983, he was the highest He will be laid to rest in a Woncele Paxton Dublin was Arrangements: Thompson’s Jose L. Magaña, Jr., Rafael Arizo-
ranking Mexican-American ex- private ceremony at the Cal- born October 9, 1909 in Snyder, Harveson & Cole Funeral Home la, Jr., Hector Cobos, Manuel
ecutive in the Missouri Pacific vary Catholic Cemetery on Texas. She grew up in Abilene and Crematory 702 Eighth Av- Zuñiga, Tomas Hernandez, Cres-
Railroad Company. Following January 10, 2006. In lieu of and attended Southern enue, Fort Worth, TX (817) 336- cencio Ruiz, Joe Ramos, Ricardo
his retirement, he remained ac- flowers, donations may be Methodist University, studying 0345 Gonzalez and Francisco Chavez.
tive as a member of the Friend- made to the Michael J. Fox Honorary pallbearers will be:
ship Club and as treasurer for Foundation for Parkinsons Re- American Little League manager,
ALFONZO “PONCHITO” GONZALEZ, JR.
many years of the Order of the search. Jose Luis Magaña, 51, passed coaches and former players, and
Alhambra. He served as presi- The family encourages you away on Thursday, January 5, also Felipe Contreras, Arturo Rios
dent of the local chapter of the to sign the guest book online at 2006. and Gabriel Segura.
AARP, and represented the in- www.joejacksonheights.com. Mr. Magaña is survived by, Funeral arrangements are un-
terests of seniors as a member Arrangements are under the parents-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. der the direction of Nieto-Dickey
of the Silver-Haired Legisla- direction of Joe Jackson Heights Rafael (Consuelo) Arizola, Broth- Funeral Home, 802 Coke St.
ture in Austin. He also volun- Funeral Chapels, 719 Loring at ers-In-Law: Felipe G. Arizola and
teered his time preparing tax Cortez. Rafael Arizola, Jr. Visitation was
returns for other seniors for held on Monday, January 9, 2006
many years. from 4 to 9 p.m. at Nieto-Dickey
In later years, he enjoyed Funeral Home with a Rosary re-
meeting his friends for coffee cited at 7pm. Funeral services
at the Laredo National Bank
and La Reynera Bakery, as well
as walking his dog, Chiquita. MABEL E. OLIVEIRA
He will be remembered as a Dec. 29 1915 Jan. 6, 2006
Natalia, Texas Laredo, Texas
ESTEBAN “STEVE” FLORES Alfonzo “Ponchito” Gonzalez, Brighton, Colorado, Felipe A. at 8:30 a.m. from Hillside Fu-
Jr., 70 passed away Saturday, Gonzalez of Laredo; sister-in- neral Home to St. Patrick’s
mother, Tomasa G. Flores, January 7, 2006, in Laredo. law, Linda H. Gonzalez of Church. Mass will be celebrat-
brother, Jose M. Flores and He was born in Nuevo Lare- Hemet, California. Also, ed at 9 a.m.
brother in law, Daniel Lu- do, Mex. Mr. Gonzalez was alife nephews, nieces and other rela- Interment will follow in the
cio. long resident of Laredo. tives and many friends. Mausoleum of the Calvary
He is survived by his lov- Mr. Gonzalez will be greatly A rosary will be recited Tues- Catholic Cemetery.
ing wife, Rosa Hernandez missed. He was a very caring, day, January 10, 2006 at 6:30 Pallbearers will be Carlos
Flores of 48 years. Daughters, loving and given person; he was p.m. at Buitron Funeral Home T. Oliveira, Jr., Christopher T.
Rosario F. Sanford and hus- loved by many. Chapel. Fuenral services will be Oliveira, Louie Guerra, Jr.,
band, Joe of Rosenberg, Cyn- He was preceded in death by Wednesday, January 11, 2006, at David Duncan, Robert Dun-
thia F. Rios of Rosenberg, his beloved parents, Alfonzo 8 a.m. from Buitron Chapel to can, Ramiro Saucedo; Hon-
Gracie F. H ernandez and Gonzalez Sr., and Carmen San Luis Rey Church; mass to orary Pallb earers will b e
Ramiro Rodriguez of Sugar Aguero Gonzalez; brothers, begin at 8:30 a.m. Interment will Thomas W. Duncan, III, and
Land, Texas, Elsa F. Alvarez Amador and Jesus Gonzalez; be held at the family plot in the Billy Duncan.
and husband Joe of Needville, niece, Cynthia Joanna Gonza- City Cemetery. Mabel E. Oliveira, 90, passed Arrangements are under
Texas, Maryann F. Guerrero lez; nephew, Leonardo Villanue- Arrangements are under the away Friday, January 6, 2006 in the direction of Hillside Fu-
and husband, Ignacio (Nash) va and his sister-in-law, direction of Buitron Funeral Home, Laredo, Texas. n e r a l H o m e , 31 0 H i l l s i d e
of Needville and Irene F. Sali- Guadalupe V. Gonzalez. Mr. 4502 Thomas (956)723-3611. A rosary was recited Monday, Road.
nas and husband Encarna- Gonzalez is survived by his sis- January 9, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in
Funeral services for Este- cion of Rosenberg. Brother, ters Manuela (Benito) Villarreal, the Hillside Funeral Home
ban “Steve” Flores, 69, of Luciano “Butch” Flores and Maria G. Trevino of Laredo and chapel. Visitation was from 4 to 9
Rosenberg, Texas will be held wife Berta of Laredo, Texas. Juanita (Homero) Villarreal of p .m.
on Wednesday, Jan 11, 2006 at Sisters, Irene F. Lucio and Cedar Park, Texas; brothers, Vic- Funeral services will be
10 a.m. at Our Lady of Maria “Lu cy” De L a Luz tor (Balbina) Gonzalez of held Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Guadalupe Catholic Church, Quintanilla and husb and
514 Carlisle St. in Rosenberg, Carlos, both of Laredo, Texas.
Officiating at the Mass will
be Father Jamie Abercrombie,
Grandchildren, Leslie Stan-
ford, Amanda M. Rios, Este-
ban F. Alvarez, Jose Alvarez,
Cheney hospitalized with shortness of breath
CSB, Father Charles Lynch, III, Chriselda Alvarez, Alyssa By JENNIFER LOVEN Lea Anne McBride said. described as a recurring problem episodes of gout of the foot.
CSB, Deacon Danny Naranjo Rodriguez, Ignacio “Nash” ASSOCIATED PRESS “He’s feeling well,” she said. that forced him to use a cane on The foot condition was not relat-
and Deacon Hector D. Hernan- Guerrero, III, Julian R. Flo- The 64-year-old vice president Friday and was the source of ed to surgery Cheney had last Sep-
dez. Burial will be in the West res, Gabriel A. Flores and WASHINGTON — Medication has a long history of mostly heart- Monday’s trouble. tember to repair aneurysms behind
Gethsemane Cemetery in Gracie M. Salinas. Great- that Dick Cheney was taking for a related health problems — four Cheney has been diagnosed as both of his knees, said McBride.
Rosenberg. A rosary for Mr. Grandchild, Juliana G. Vela. foot problem caused fluid reten- heart attacks, though none since having tendinitis that occasional- Aides would never say which
Flores will be recited Tuesday, Als o numerous nephews, tion that in turned caused short- he became vice president in 2001; ly causes pain in his left heel. But medication the vice president had
Jan 10, 2006 at 7 p.m. at nieces, other relatives and ness of breath, resulting in a brief quadruple bypass surgery to clear doctors have different opinions been taking for the pain.
Guadalupe Church. many friends. but not serious hospital stay ear- clogged arteries; two artery-clear- about occasional inflammation But a side effect of commonly
Visitation will be held Funeral arrangements are ly Monday for the vice president, ing angioplasties; and an opera- the vice president also experi- used anti-inflammatory drugs —
Tuesday, Jan 10, 2006 from 3 under the direction of Her- his office said. tion to implant a pacemaker. But ences in the joint of the big toe of both over-the-counter and pre-
to 9 p.m. and also on Wednes- nandez Funeral Home in Cheney was taken to George doctors determined from an un- his left foot, McBride said. scription — is fluid retention,
day, Jan 11 from 9 to 10 a.m. at Rosenberg, Texas (281) 232- Washington University Hospital at changed EKG, or electrocardio- Some doctors suggest it could which can cause swelling and
Our Lady of Guadalupe 4342. 3 a.m. EST. About four and a half gram, that the shortness of breath be gout, though Cheney doesn’t shortness of breath and strain to
Catholic Church in Rosen- hours later, he headed for home — was related instead to anti-in- suffer from the intense bouts of the heart muscle.
berg. walking out of the hospital without flammatory drugs he was taking discomfort that are the hallmark
Mr. Flores was born on Au- the use of a cane and carrying cof- for a foot problem, McBride said. of the painful condition often as-
gust 15, 1936 and passed away fee and a newspaper. By mid-af- Despite repeated requests for sociated with rich diets. Other
Jan 07, 2006 in H ouston, ternoon, the vice president was at information, it took more than six doctors say osteoarthritis is the
Texas. the White House attending meet- hours after the vice president left cause, McBride said. A medical
He was preceded in death ings and following his regular the hospital for his office to pro- statement in 2000 said Cheney
by his father, Jose H. Flores, schedule, Cheney spokeswoman vide details on the foot ailment, had suffered several minor