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Billye Whiteside

Oct 23, 1928 - Nov 13, 2023

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Stanton, TX

Billye Lou Whiteside, age 95, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 13, 2023 at Scarborough Cottage, Manor Park, Texas. She was born October 23, 1928, in Goldthwaite, Texas to Ralph and Margaret Goodwin. She attended Texas State College for Women (now TWU). She married Ray Whiteside. Billye Lou was a mother of four and lived with kindness and generosity. She volunteered in the Midland Memorial Auxiliary organization (pink ladies) and helped people with information at the hospital. Billye wa...Read More

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Juan R. Rios

Sep 24, 1951 - Jan 29, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Juan R. Rios, age 72, of Stanton, TX passed away January 29, 2024 at his home. He was born September 24, 1951 to the late Pascuala Rosales Garcia and Alfonso Garcia in Ackerly, TX. Juan leaves to cherish his memory a cousin Inez Santos of Stanton, TX and other extended family. A rosary will be held in his memory Tuesday, February 13, 2024 starting at 6:00pm in the Stanton Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Cremation services have been arranged for Juan. Services are entrusted to Stanton Memorial Funeral Home.

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Jose Patlan

Aug 09, 1989 - Jan 29, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Jose Patlan 34, passed away January 29th, 2024. He was the partner of Jessica Mauricio. They shared 3 years together. Born in Weatherford Tx, he was the son of Jesus Patlan and Rosa Patlan. He attended Carter Riverside High School and graduated from Spartan College in Tulsa Oklahoma. He was employed at North Tarrant Express Mobility and worked as a lead technician on night shift. Jose enjoyed playing softball, baseball on Sundays, watching football games with his family, going on trips, and supporting his loved ones! His favorite team to support was his Oakland Raiders and the Texas Rangers. Any sports team playing he just wanted to gather everyone around to just watch the games, eat, and just have a good time! He will always be remembered as an outgoing, full of life, kind, funny, helpful, brotherly, protective, and stubborn but a heart full of gold! He was always the life of the party. He believed coming together and having a discada was the perfect way to come together! He was so proud of his discadas! Saying things like let me cook and you just go enjoy yourself with everyone! He loved food but most importantly he loved being around family and friends. Just as long as he was surrounded by family, friends, food, beer, music, and his chamoy with tajin he was good to go. He could never keep a shirt clean. You tell him you got chamoy on your shirt his response was always ehh or oh well! He was known to dance and bust out his moves. He always made sure to keep everyone on track. Especially when it came to baseball on Sundays. His phrase the day before “you going to baseball tomorrow?” He had a way to make people laugh even if they didn’t want too. He was always known for having the biggest smile on his face. He was a great listener, brother, son, father, friend and team mate! Everyone loved him! He is survived by his parents Jesus Patlan and Rosa Patlan, his brother Jorge Patlan, his sister Luz Patlan, his partner Jessica Mauricio, and his son Alexander Levi Patlan. José Patlan de 34 años, falleció el 29 de enero de 2024. Era pareja de Jessica Mauricio. Compartieron 3 años juntos. Nacido en Weatherford Tx, era hijo de Jesús Patlan y Rosa Patlan. Asistió a la escuela secundaria Carter Riverside y se graduó de Spartan College en Tulsa Oklahoma. Trabajó en North Tarrant Express Mobility y trabajó como técnico principal en el turno de noche. ¡José disfrutaba jugar softbol, béisbol los domingos, ver partidos de fútbol con su familia, viajar y apoyar a sus seres queridos! Su equipo favorito para apoyar eran los Oakland Raiders y los Texas Rangers. ¡Cualquier equipo deportivo que jugara solo quería reunir a todos para ver los juegos, comer y simplemente pasar un buen rato! Siempre será recordado como una persona extrovertida, llena de vida, amable, divertida, servicial, fraternal, protectora y testaruda, ¡pero con un corazón lleno de oro! Él siempre fue el alma de la fiesta. ¡Él creía que reunirse y tener una discada era la manera perfecta de unirse! ¡Estaba tan orgulloso de sus discadas! ¡Diciendo cosas como déjame cocinar y tú simplemente diviértete con todos! Le encantaba la comida pero, lo más importante, le encantaba estar rodeado de familiares y amigos. Mientras estuviera rodeado de familiares, amigos, comida, cerveza, música y su chamoy con tajín, estaba listo para comenzar. Nunca podría mantener limpia una camisa. Le dices que tienes chamoy en tu camisa y su respuesta siempre fue ehh o ¡oh bueno! Era conocido por bailar y hacer sus movimientos. Siempre se aseguró de mantener a todos encaminados. Especialmente cuando se trataba de béisbol los domingos. Su frase del día anterior “¿vas mañana al béisbol?” Tenía una manera de hacer reír a la gente incluso si ellos no querían. Siempre fue conocido por tener la sonrisa más grande en su rostro. ¡Era un gran oyente, hermano, hijo, padre, amigo y compañero de equipo! ¡Todos lo amaban! Le sobreviven sus padres Jesús Patlan y Rosa Patlan, su hermano Jorge Patlan, su hermana Luz Patlan, su pareja Jessica Mauricio y su hijo Alexander Levi Patlan. Padre Nuestro, que estás en el cielo, santificado sea tu nombre; venga a nosotros tu reino; hágase tu voluntad, en la tierra como en el cielo. Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día; perdona nuestras ofensas, como también nosotros perdonamos a los que nos ofenden; no nos dejes caer en la tentación, y líbranos del mal. Amén.

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Timothy Ray Lucio

Feb 12, 1985 - Jan 24, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Timothy Ray Lucio, 38, passed away January 24, 2024 in Stanton. A visitation was held on Monday, January 29, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. till 8:00 p.m. with a rosary at 7:00 p.m. at Stanton Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 30, 2024 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Stanton Memorial Funeral Home & Chapel. Some of Timothy’s favorites thing to do were playing basketball and rapping. He loved his children dearly and would do anything for them. Left to cherish his loving memories are his mother Cipriana Lucio Williamson; father Emilio Villa Jr.; two sons Israel Ray Lucio, Isaac Tim Lucio; daughter Mya Lucio; brother Emilio Villa III and numerous aunts, uncles, and friends. Arrangements are entrusted to Stanton Memorial Funeral Home & Chapel.

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Patrick Robert Sedillo Sr

Dec 31, 1978 - Jan 22, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Patrick Robert Sedillo Sr, best known as Bobby, passed away peacefully on January 22, 2024. Bobby was born on New Year's Eve in 1978 in Albuquerque New Mexico to Patrick and Mary Sedillo. He was the beloved father of Patrick Jr, Daniel and Nolan Sedillo. He was very proud of his two older sons who are serving our country in the US Army. Bobby was grateful to be able to attend all of Nolan's football games this past season. Bobby worked as an electrician for 25 years. he continued working through a long battle with cancer numerous surgeries and hospital stays. As a hobby Bobby built and road custom and classic BMX bicycles. he enjoyed riding with the groups and sharing their photos. Bobby leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter and kindness that will always be remembered. He was an avid fan of the Dallas cowboys and was excited to see his Texas Rangers win the world series. He pre-ordered his cap, he was so confident they'd win! He collected baseball cards for many years. This legacy will be passed on to his sons. Bobby was preceded in death by his father, Patrick procopio Sedillo and his little sister Melanie Marie Ramirez. He leaves behind his Three sons, his longtime fiance, Jessica and her three daughters, Mercedes Bella, his mother Mary Ellis her husband Steve Taylor. Bobby also leaves behind his brother, Kenneth Fife, brother and sister-in-law Felix (Vanessa) Ramirez, sisters Rose Sedillo and Victoria Ramirez. Also many nieces and nephews. Our family is overwhelmed and deeply grateful for the outpouring of love and support from family, friends and community. We'd like to thank everyone for their generosity and help with fundraisers. After all funeral expenses have been paid, the proceeds will go to help his youngest son navigate through this tremendous loss. Bobby smile and laughter could light up any room. His kindness will be remembered by all who knew him.

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Richard D. Owings

Apr 20, 1943 - Jan 24, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Richard D. Owings went to be with his Jesus Christ. Survived by his loving wife of years, Paula Owings, daughters Kari Blackmore, Christy Workman, Catherine Price, Anan Marie Stryhal, son John Owings, Brother Ron Owings and many grandkids, great grandkids.

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Stephen B. Crawford

Oct 01, 1954 - Jan 13, 2024

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Stanton, TX

Stephen B. Crawford was born on October 1, 1954 and passed on January 13, 2024. He was born in Santa Paula California. He joined the Army on March 9, 173 and discharged honorable April 29, 1976. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He loved to paint. He loved animals, his grand-daughter's, and great grand-daughters. And he loved his daughter. He is survived by his daughter Belinda Moody, two grand daughters Kayla Torrez and Haley Mccauley. one bonus grand daughter Rebel McMorris. Three great grand-daughters, Fayelyn Torrez, Cora Torrez, Paisle Nicholson. One bonus great grand-daughter Savanna Torrez. As well as many other family members whom he also loved. He is proceeded by his parents, three brothers and others.

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Glenda McKnight

Oct 22, 1941 - Jan 10, 2024

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Stanton, TX

You touched the lives’ of those that knew you A precious woman, heart filled with kindness for all Strong in this life all the way through In heaven now you dwell for hearing GOD’s call You were a great Mother and a Blessing to us all Survived by children Rhonda money, David Ayers, and Brian Ayers, grandchildren, great grandchildren, family and friends

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Wesley Dale Lee

Dec 15, 1979 - Jan 05, 2024

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Stanton, TX

On January 5th, 2024, our beloved Wesley Dale Lee was ushered into heaven. Wes was born on December 15th, 1979 in Fort Worth, TX to Ricky and Audie Lee. He attended Chico High School, where he was well loved and built many friendships that lasted his lifetime. Wes worked as a plumber for over 20 years. In recent years, he proudly earned his masters license and started his own business, Wise Choise Plumbing. He was honest, fair and took pride in doing the job right the first time. He was well respected by his associates and customers alike. Wesley was a jokester with a giant heart. He liked his music loud and lived life to the fullest. Everyday was an adventure with him. He was most proud of was his five kids who he loved more than anything in the world. Anytime one of his kids would enter or leave a room he had to give them a hug and tell them he loved them. He always included his kids in his life, whether on adventures or just driving around listening to music. Wesley was preceeded in death by his grandparents, J.F and Helen Lee, and grandfather Charlie Moore. Those left to mourn in his absence are his children, Keelynn Souther, Kyle Souther, Alivia Lee, Bailey Lee and Avreal Lee; Parents, Rick and Audie Lee; Sister Jamie Lee and sons Kenyen and Jordon Kelly; Sister, Samantha Townzen (Robert) and family, and grandmother, Evelyn Moore . Along with a host of family and friends.

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Joe Veloz

Aug 19, 1954 - Dec 14, 2023

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Stanton, TX

Joe was born on August 19, 1954 in Monterrey, Mexico. He was the son of the late Lorenzo and Aurora Veloz. He was an accomplished electrician, and was known for his quick wit and humor. He was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Joe was a devoted family man. He was married to his beloved wife, Vivian, for nearly 50 years. Together they had one son, Joe Veloz Jr., who they were immensely proud of. Joe was also a loving grandfather to Hayley Veloz, and great-grandfather to Jonathan. In his free time, Joe enjoyed listening to music, helping out people in need, and spending time with his family. He was an avid reader and was always up for a good cheeseburger. Joe was a man who truly lived life to the fullest. Joe is survived by his siblings, Rudy Veloz Sr., Lorenzo Veloz, Alejandra Perez, Susie Jimenez, Aurora Olivarez, Frances Granado, Maria Barrientos, and also 20 nieces and nephews. Joe will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. He leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, and kindness that will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.

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William Brooks

Feb 05, 1944 - Jan 03, 2024

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Stanton, TX

William (Bill) Brooks (79) of Stanton, Texas passed away on January 3, 2024. There will be a viewing at the Gilbreath Funeral Home in Stanton on Monday January 8, 2024 from 5:00pm-7:00pm. Funeral service will be held at the Belvue Church of Christ on Tuesday January 9, 2024 at 10:00am. Graveside service will take place at Portales Cemetery at 2:30pm (MT) on Tuesday, January 9, 2024. William Brooks was born to Henry Brooks and Betty Black on February 5, 1944 in Roswell, NM. He married his “sugar,” Wilma McBride, on November 23, 1967. Bill worked for GSA for 30+ years, and after retiring from there he went on to work for Martin County for 15+ years. He was a faithful, lifelong member of the Belvue Church of Christ. He is preceded in death by his parents, siblings, wife, and two sons (William Eric Brooks and Craig Ferguson Brooks). He is survived by his son Aaron Scott Brooks (Paula Brooks), daughter Shelley Ramirez (Eusebio Ramirez Jr.), his grandchildren Bonnie Ramirez, Hillary Ramirez, Megan Brooks, Bailey Luna, Aaron Brooks, Whitney Graham, Joshua Brooks, Marshall Brooks, Ashli Brooks, and Mariah Brooks, and many great grandchildren. Arrangements are under the direction of Gilbreath Funeral Home of Stanton. Online condolences may be made at www.npwelch.com. To send flowers to the family or place a tree in memory of William "Bill" Brooks, please visit our .

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