SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2008 LAREDO MORNING TIMES | 17A LYDIA FLORES-CANTU OBITUARIES ING. ROLANDO MONTANTE SAN MIGUEL Soap opera actress con, Deyanira (Gilbert) Serna and Yesenia (Miguel) Madrigal; sister Guillermina Martinez; brother Cipriano Flores; and 17 grand- (Olga) Montante. He is also sur- vived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. McKinsey, 72, dies children from Laredo, Austin, A Vigil of the Deceased will By MARGALIT FOX broadcast on NBC. She reprised Dallas and New York. be held Sunday, May 11, 2008, at NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE the role in 1980 and ’81 on the A rosary was recited Friday, 7 p.m. at Joe Jackson North Fu- spinoff “Texas,” also on NBC. May 9, 2008, at Hillside Funeral neral Chapels, 1410 Jacaman Beverlee McKinsey, a well- From 1984 to 1992, McKin- Home. Funeral services will be Road. Visitation will be from 5 known soap opera actress of the sey played the wealthy matri- held Saturday, May 10, 2008, at to 9 p.m. Funeral services will 1970s, ’80s and ’90s who played arch Alexandra Spaulding on 8:45 a.m. from Hillside Funeral be held Monday, May 12, 2008, memorably strong women on “Guiding Light,” on CBS. Home to Francisco Javier departing at 8 a.m. from Joe “Another World” and “Guiding Beverlee Magruder was Catholic Church. Mass to be cele- Jackson North Funeral Chapels Light,” died Friday in Los Ange- born on Aug. 9, 1935, in brated at 9:30 a.m. Interment will to San Luis Rey Catholic les. She was 72 and lived in Los McAlester, Okla. She earned a follow in the family plot of the Church for a holy Mass to be Angeles. bachelor’s degree in drama Calvary Catholic Cemetery. celebrated at 8:30 a.m. The cause was complications from the University of Okla- Pallbearers will be Eduardo Interment will follow at the of a kidney transplant, her son, homa in 1956. In the 1960s and Faz, Ismael Faz, Santiago de family plot in the Calvary Scott McKinsey, said. afterward, she made guest ap- Lydia Flores-Cantu, 77, passed Luna, Rodolfo Rincon, Gilberto Ing. Rolando Montante San Catholic Cemetery. From 1970 to 1979, McKin- pearances on many TV shows, away May 8, 2008, in Laredo. Serna Jr., Miguel Angel Madrigal Miguel, 50, passed away Thurs- The family encourages you sey played Iris Carrington, a ma- including “Mannix,” “Hawaii A native of San Juan de Sabi- and Evaristo Madrigal. day, May 8, 2008. in Nuevo to sign the guest book online at nipulative, father-obsessed Five-O” and “McMillan & nas, Coahuila, she loved garden- Arrangements are under the Laredo, Tamaulipas. www.joejacksonfuner- woman, on “Another World,” Wife.” ing, knitting, cooking and spend- direction of Hillside Funeral He was preceded in death by alchapels.com. ing time with family and friends. Home. his parents, Juan Pablo and Arrangements are under the She was preceded in death by Blanca Lilia Montante. direction of Joe Jackson North her parents, Felipa and Praxedis Flores. Survivors include Adolfo Can- Mr. Montante is survived by his wife, Anabell Montante; children, Rolando (Dulce) Mon- Funeral Chapels, 1410 Jacaman. Philanthropy advocate tu, her beloved husband of 49 years; daughters Elsa Cantu, Olga tante, Alejandro Montante and Sebastian Montante; and broth- Claude Rosenberg, 80, dies Guzman, Sandra (Rodolfo) Rin- ers and sister, Juan Pablo Mon- tante, Fernando Montante, Glo- By DENNIS HEVESI tion that, among other things, ria (Jose) Gascon and Sergio NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE created a Web site where users JUAN JOSE MARTINEZ at any income level and with Claude Rosenberg, who any amount of assets — though 10:15 a.m. Friday, May 9, 2008, made a fortune managing oth- it was particularly directed at departing from the Hernandez- er people’s money and then be- the affluent — could calculate Lopez and Sons Northside Chapels, 800 Boston St. at San TOBACCO | Continued from Page 1A gan persuading the rich that they could significantly in- how much they might pru- dently donate. The foundation Bernardo Avenue. Holy Mass was The minor doesn’t try to mis- crease their charitable giving closed after Rosenberg became celebrated at 11 a.m. at San Vi- lead the vendor, she said. There while also shrinking their tax ill two years ago. cente de Paul Catholic Church. is no fake ID presented, and the “Most of these bill, died Saturday near his “Based on extensive re- Committal service and interment followed in the Calvary Catholic minor must tell the truth if the vendor asks his or her age. One shops don’t even home in San Francisco. He was 80. search on charitable giving in the U.S., Mr. Rosenberg devel- Cemetery. deputy drives the buyer, and an- make $500 a day.” The cause was complications oped a model that estimated Pallbearers were: Jesus Hino- other walks into the store sepa- of Alzheimer’s disease, his son, that if people gave what they josa IV, Rogelio Hinojosa, Jesus rately to ensure the store is in WEBB COUNTY PCT. 3 Douglas, said. could really afford, we would Galvan, Rodolfo Gonzalez Garza, compliance with current laws CONSTABLE ANNETTE MUÑOZ Rosenberg retired as chair- increase charitable giving in Miguel Angel Duran and Espirid- by displaying proper permits man of RCM, a corporation the United States by $100 bil- ion Cerda. and warnings about selling age- that managed billions in insti- lion a year,” James Phills Jr., restricted products to minors. tutional pension funds, in director of the Center for So- After the initial 2005 sting, 1995. Three years later, he cial Innovation at the Stanford Muñoz said she held off on apply- scribes as “mom-and-pop founded the New Tithing Graduate School of Business, ing for a grant the following year shops,” do not make as big a Group, a nonprofit organiza- said Tuesday. Juan Jose Martinez, 60, passed because she wanted to do some profit as do the local retailers. away Tuesday, May 6, 2008. outreach and let the vendors know “Most of these shops don’t Funeral services were held at what to expect in the future. even make $500 a day,” she said. “I said, ‘I’m going to spend a They also received recogni- JOSE JESUS HERNANDEZ year making sure these people know they are going to get a tion from her office in the form of a certificate Muñoz said the BOUND | Continued from Page 1A surprise sting again,’ ” she said. storeowners display proudly. In 2007, there was improve- There is also an incentive for “We went through the same er’s Day weekend, Gonzalez ment. Only two of the retailers the decoys, she said. She buys experience you’re going through said. failed. Last week, however, the them lunch and also provides right now,” he said. “We’re just having families best possible proof that Muñoz them a letter of recognition and Noriega said he recognized come together so we can tell and her office’s efforts were a reference that lets people some of the soldiers in the slide them they’re part of the 436th making a difference was finally know the participant was an in- show from his time in Laredo. family,” he said. achieved. tegral part in helping keep to- “I feel like I have a duty to be Gonzalez served with the A sting she conducted, with bacco products out of the hands here and tell them we’re here company for more than 30 years. the help of deputies from Pct. 4 of minors. for them,” he said. His son, Adolfo Gonzalez Jr., is a Constable Tino Juarez’s office, According to a letter the The event was organized by supply sergeant for the unit in found that all seven retail stores comptroller’s office sent to the local chapter of the Texas Afghanistan. passed the tests and did not sell Muñoz, 90 percent of adult Employer Support of the Guard The company has been in to any undercover decoys. smokers began smoking as and Reserve Committee. Afghanistan for about four The stores include Bruni teenagers, and the efforts of law The committee’s primary func- months, Gonzalez said. He said Service Station, Bruni Country enforcement agencies to help tion is to protect the jobs of guards- some of the soldiers are expect- Store, Ornelas, Ramos Grocery curtail the sale of cigarettes and men and reservists who are de- ed to be home on leave this sum- Store, Triple Z’s, The Little other tobacco products to mi- ployed, said ESGR Area 13 mer. Jose Jesus Hernandez, 90, ing recited in the funeral home Bighorn Country Store and nors help keep more than $135 Chairman Adolfo “Popo” Gonzalez. The company is scheduled to passed away Tuesday, May 6, chapel. Interment will immedi- Garcia’s Meat Market. million in federal funds in the One of the goals of Friday’s return in December or January, 2008. ately follow in the Calvary The stores avoided the hefty state for alcohol and drug-treat- event was to help the mothers Gonzalez said. Visitation and a prayer serv- Catholic Cemetery. $500 fine assessed to retailers ment programs. and wives of soldiers in (Jason Buch may be reached ice were held Friday, May 9, who fail to comply, something (Julian Aguilar may be Afghanistan take their mind off at 728-2547 or by e-mail at 2008, in the Hernandez-Lopez Muñoz said is as important be- reached at 728-2557 or by e-mail their worries during the Moth- firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sons Northside Chapels, 800 cause the stores, which she de- at email@example.com) Boston St. at San Bernardo Av- enue. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 10, 2008, with a prayer service be- EXECUTION | Continued from Page 1A Laredo Morning Times. Several are following several lines of in- 2005–2007. Jackson North Funeral Chapel. FRANCISCA C. MOLINA armed men were seen watching vestigation.” He left City Hall on Dec. Funeral services are set for Montante as he left his office at Montante was the city coun- 31, 2007, and returned to his 8:30 a.m. Monday at San Luis Visitation and a Vigil of the Donato Guerra and Mendoza cilman for Place 1 under the ad- construction company full- Rey Catholic Church. Interment Deceased were held Friday, May near the crime scene and then ministration of Daniel Peña Tre- time. will follow at the Catholic Ceme- 9, 2008, in the Hernandez-Lopez hustling him into a vehicle, the viño, the immediate past mayor. Montante lived in Laredo. His tery. and Sons Northside Chapels, 800 source said. An accomplished engineer, he body was taken across the river (Reach Miguel Timoshenkov Boston St. and San Bernardo Av- Montante’s death was re- served as president of the city’s to Laredo for burial. Arrange- at 728 2583 or timo1@lmton- enue. Funeral services will begin ported at 9:30 p.m., setting off a Public Works department from ments are being made by Joe line.com) at 8:05 a.m. Saturday, May 10, major mobilization of law en- 2008, departing from the funeral forcement at Avenida Obregón home chapel. Holy Mass will be and Arteaga. Investigators celebrated at 8:30 a.m. at Our found two shell casings at the Lady of Guadalupe Catholic scene. Church. Interment will then fol- A Ford pickup with Texas li- low in the Calvary Catholic cense plates registered in Mon- Cemetery. tante’s name was found in Villas de San Miguel, a neighborhood about three miles southwest of the central business district. “We found the former coun- Mrs. Francisca C. Molina, 97, cilman’s personal identification passed away Tuesday, May 6, (in the truck),” said the source at 2008, in Fort Worth, Texas. the attorney general’s office. “We GUADALUPE ALVAREZ flag and full military honors pro- vided by the U.S. Marines Honor Guard and the American Legion Post 59 Honor Guard of Laredo, Texas. Pallbearers were: Steven Al- varez, Victor G. Alvarez, Daniel Valdez, Marcos Alvarez, Gerardo Chavarria, Ricardo Alaniz, Rober- to Montes, Raul Lozano, Roberto Lozano and William Tate. Honorary pallbearers were: Victor G. Alvarez Jr., Steven Al- varez Jr., Daniel Valdez Jr., Ben- jamin Vasquez, Oscar Vasquez and Ronald Durance. Guadalupe Alvarez, 77, passed Chapels, 800 Boston St. Holy away Monday, May 5, 2008. Mass was celebrated at 9 a.m. at Funeral services were held at Holy Family Catholic Church. 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 9, 2008, de- Committal service and interment parting from the Hernandez- followed in the Laredo City Ceme- Lopez and Sons Northside tery with presentation of the U.S.
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