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Norman Bahr

Nov 28, 1962 - Dec 04, 2023

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San Antonio, TX

Norman Howard Bahr passed away peacefully on December 2, 2023. Howard is survived by his wife, Stephanie Bahr; children, Jennifer Bagley (Allen), Norman Thomas Bahr, and Sharon Bahr; 3 grandchildren, Rose Marlene Bagley, George Adrian Bagley, and Patrick Howard Bagley. He is also survived by his parents, Norman Robert and Patrica Bahr and his brother David Bahr (Trudy). A private family celebration of his life will be held at St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 4201 DeZavala Rd. on December 5,...Read More

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Maricela Prieto Cardenas

Sep 13, 1965 - Feb 25, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Maricela Prieto Cardenas, age 58, entered into rest on Sunday, February 25, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born on September 13, 1965. Funeral services are pending.

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Debra Janet Dyer Talbert

Jan 08, 1954 - Feb 08, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

"Debra Janet Dyer Talbert was born in Douglas, Georgia on January 8, 1954. She unexpectedly passed away on February 8, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas at the young age of 70, leaving behind her beautiful legacy of love. Debbie was a loving daughter, a best-friend type of older sister, a dedicated and caring wife, an absolutely marvelous mother, and a beautiful friend. While she held many titles throughout her life, the title of Mema was the one she was most proud of. Her granddaughter, Chandler Rae was the light of her life. To her husband she was his best friend and the love of his life. She went on adventures with him. She took care of him and helped him do his hair. Yes, even in a ponytail. She was the best dancing partner and “Bae, who’s this?” when an old song came on the radio. To her kids she was the best mom in the world. Just a phone call away, a quick pit stop at the house-she always had time for her babies. A special relationship that went from helping them navigate their childhood to Mom who experienced the joys of life with them as adults. She was “SUNSCREEN!” as they walked out the door, “Yes, I’ll try that drink with you” while making a terrible face at the taste, and “Here’s a little fun money for your trip. Love you muchos.” To her sister Cindy she was a daily confidante, a never-tiring cheerleader for her artistic endeavors, occasional photo assistant, willing to pose for whatever crazy photo concept she concocted, her Skechers buy-one-get-one-half-off partner, the best road trip buddy ever, quick-witted and funny, hostess with the mostess, shopping companion (especially Amazon!), so spontaneous, never judgmental, full of joy, and a beacon to home. To her sister Kelley she was late night talks, mini-midnight snacks with just a little Pepsi, strength in the face of adversity, unwavering love for her family and friends, the coolest mom, sister, aunt, friend and Mema, creative, sassy, fiery, sparkly, supportive, protective and always ready for an adventure. She was a lifetime of laughter and unconditional love. To her friends she was everything. They loved her smile, her laughter, her friendship and her larger than life personality. She had a quick wit and the ability to make her friends laugh even when they might not want to. She had a sixth sense, an uncanny perception and pure selflessness, to be there for her friends when they really needed it, and they didn’t even ask for help. It came straight from her heart. Whether it was stopping by with food or a quick smile. She was there. She loved her family, but if you were her friend, she loved your family, too. Debbie could say the alphabet backwards and skate backward. She even read magazines backwards. She could find a typo from a mile away. She loved fresh tomatoes and made the best pico de gallo. She enjoyed trying new recipes, had a special love for soup, and once cooked meatballs (unknowingly) for her own surprise party. She cooked like her mother-substituting ingredients that created an amazing dish that could never be replicated! She hated coconut, spicy foods, and red onions. She loved margaritas and Fireball. She loved going to the movies, going on adventures with her family and friends, and she was always dancing. A little bit of bling was included in each and every outfit, whether it was on her fancy fingernails, sparkling dangle earrings, sassy shoes, or cute clothes. She was a second mom to so many. Her coworkers loved her. The neighbors loved her. The neighbors’ pets loved her. She even kept a supply of treat just for the neighbors’ pets. She was a ray of sunshine and always willing to help others. She loved people for exactly who they were. “We all loved Deb for the same reason – how she made us feel.” In honor of Debbie, a Celebration of Life is planned for March 2, 2024 from 1pm – 4pm at the Garden Ridge Community Center. If you would like to bring a printed photo or story, we will have space for them to be displayed. Light refreshments will be provided, and we hope everyone joins us to gather and remember our Dancing Debbie. Garden Ridge Community Center 400 Municipal Parkway Garden Ridge, TX 78266 In lieu of flowers, we welcome you to bring garden decor or plants so Debbie’s family can create memorials in her honor."

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Patrick David Gavlick

Jul 15, 1953 - Feb 22, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

"Patrick David Gavlick Pat was born on July 15, 1953, in San Antonio TX. He passed away peacefully on February 22nd, 2024, at the age of 70. Pat graduated from Thomas Jefferson high school with the class of 1971. After graduation from the University of Texas at San Antonio, he began a series of jobs. At first Pat worked for his brother Mike in the home construction business. From that occupation, he went to work for Braniff Airlines, which he loved. He also worked for England Trucking Company, Mission Burial Parks, Pizza Hut, Marriott Hotels, and Woodforest Bank as an auditor. Traveling was his hobby. When very young, his parents would take him on trips to Colorado and New Mexico, camping of course. Later he went with them to Alaska-quite a driver. Pat traveled over the world and was quite impressed with the Great Wall of China. He saw most of the major mountain ranges but was not able to see the Andes Mountains in South America, which was the only one that he couldn\u0027t make due to his health reasons. Pat was able to live his later years in the home on John Page where he grew up, and seldom ventured too far away from it. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Lois Gavlick, and his older brother, James Michael Gavlick. He is survived by his daughter Ryann Verdusco, his sister-in-law Maureen Gavlick, his nephew Christopher Gavlick, and his niece Kimberly Wylie. Pat loved his extended family of numerous cousins and many friends. A special thank you goes to his friend Sue Farmer and his cousin Patricia Potts for all the help and love they gave Pat in the last months when he was so ill. Patrick will be missed, but knowing he is no longer in pain makes us happy. The pallbearers will be Jeff T. Potts, T.J. Gavlick, Charles Hughey, William Hughey, Donnie Pickens and Tommy Gavlick."

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John Peter Harrigan

Dec 20, 1976 - Feb 22, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

John Peter Harrigan, age 47, of San Antonio, Texas passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024. A visitation for John will be held Tuesday, March 5, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home, 6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78238. A chapel service will occur Tuesday, March 5, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM, 6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78238. A committal service will occur Tuesday, March 5, 2024 from 2:30 PM to 2:45 PM at Sunset Memorial Park & Funeral Home, 1701 Austin Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78218.

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Elma Bueno Carreon Gibson

Apr 11, 1935 - Feb 20, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

April 11, 1935 - February 20, 2024Elma Bueno Carreon Gibson born on April 11, 1935 in San Antonio, Texas entered into rest peacefully in her sleep on February 20, 2024 at the age of 88 years. She was preceded in death by her husbands;Rolando G. Carreon and Alfred A. Gibson; son Enrique Carreon; granddaughter Monica Castellano and son-in-law James Jimmy Garza. She is survived by her Sons and daughters' in-laws, Rodolfo Carreon, and Nina Sibley, (grandson) Kevin and T. Alejandra; Rolando and Anna Carreon (grandson's) Roland III and Nichole, Sergio, and Grace; Daughters and sons' in-laws, Elma, and Leslie Jackson (grandson's) Nicholas and Raul Barboza Jr.; Diana Garza (granddaughter's) Shanell and Juan, Sara; and numerous great-grandchildren.The family would like to Thank the Autumn Leaves Assisted Living Care Home and Wilma La Croix, RN for outstanding compassion and her healthcare services she provided and the staff at US Renal Care Dialysis center and The Bristol Hospice Care, RN Heather Wertz and RN Kristen Valverde, Joe Alvarado and All who helped with loving care and support of our mother.

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Richard V. Lugo

Sep 19, 1967 - Feb 20, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Richard V. Lugo, age 56 was born September 19, 1967. He went to be with our Lord, February 20, 2024, in San Antonio, Texas. Richard, the son of Juanita Elsa Lugo and Carlos Lugo, is survived by his devoted wife of 30 years, Lucy Ann Lugo; daughters, Elisa Ann Marie Vidal, Victoria Annalisse Lugo; son, Antonio Andrew Rodriguez; and sons-in-law, Abel Vidal and Atheir Mohamad; grandchildren, Jeremiah Rodriguez, Nehemiah Vidal, Isaiah Vidal, Thaliah Vidal, twins, Leonidas Vidal, Evaliah Vidal; Brothers, Carlos Lugo, Jr., Christopher Michael Lugo; and Sister, Nicole Michelle Lugo; and numerous nieces and nephews.Richard made the world a better place with his kind and generous heart, and his love for all. He was a doting father, a loving husband, and a devoted son. Richard will be fondly remembered for his tranquil demeanor and delightful sense of humor that never failed to bring laughter to everyone around him. Richard will forever live on in our hearts, through his laughter, kindness, and the love he gifted to us all.The family would like to thank his PAM Health Specialty Hospital nurses and staff for all the loving care they provided for Richard.In lieu of flowers, a memorial contribution may be made to the family by Cash, Check: Lucy Lugo, Zelle: 210.473.9840 or Cash App: $la6522You are invited to sign the Guestbook to offer condolences and share memories of Richard at www.porterloring.com.A CELEBRATION OF LIFE CEREMONYFriday, March 1, 2024, at 11:00 amThe Door Christian Fellowship1338 SW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78227

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Carmen M. Nettleton

Dec 29, 1936 - Feb 18, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Carmen M. Nettleton was called home on February 18th, 2024, at the age of 87. Carmen was born on December 29th, 1936, in Lockhart, Texas.Carmen worked hard in everything she set her mind to, and she was always so proud of all her accomplishments. After completing high school, Carmen earned her nursing degree in 1958 and successfully became a Registered Nurse. She began her nursing career at the NIX Hospital in downtown San Antonio soon after. Carmen enjoyed her nursing career and had a passion for helping others. Carmen continued her nursing career for years until she decided to dedicate her time to her children and family. Carmen was fortunate enough to have traveled and lived overseas for years with her military family. Carmen was the best Mother, Grandmother, cook, gift wrapper, friend and over all girly girl you would ever meet. Her laugh would make anyone laugh with her and her hugs would make any day better.Mrs. Nettleton is preceded in death by her mother, Carmen L. Murrillo; brother, Alfonso M. Lopez; and husband of 54 years, Stephen W. Nettleton. She is survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Rios (Mario); son, Dean S. Nettleton; Grandchildren, Maegan E. Musquiz (Kristopher), Matthew S. Nettleton, Maria Rios, and Alejandro D. Rios; Great Grandchildren, Jaedyn A. Musquiz and Kaleb A, Musquiz.The family will receive friends from 5:00-7:00 p.m., Monday, March 4, 2024, at Porter Loring Mortuary.ROSARYMONDAY, MARCH 4, 20247:00 P.M.PORTER LORING MORTUARYMASSTUESDAY, MARCH 5, 202412:00 P.M.HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH152 FLORENCIA AVEInterment will follow in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.

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Dalila Jimenez

Jan 29, 1978 - Feb 21, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Dalila Jimenez, age 46, passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, in San Antonio, Texas. Dalila was a simple housewife who loved everyone in her family, especially her daughter. Dalila enjoyed sewing, crafting, and being outside. Dalila found great peace in S.F. Creek, wildflowers, all animals, listening to songbirds in the morning, feeding hummingbirds and most importantly seeing/listening to the neighborhood owls all night. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Agapito Leyva and Maria Elida Carillo de Leyva; and parents, Agustín Angel and Maria Elida Jimenez. Dalila is survived by her husband, ¬¬¬James Edward Esquivel; daughter, Devine Angel Jimenez; brother, Alvaro Leyva Rincon; sister, Sheila Evans; niece, Dee Angel Jimenez; nephews, Robert Evans Jr, Jason Evans; and aunts and uncles, Alma Rosa, Ernest Fuentes, Maria del Socorro Leyva, Rodrigo Leyva, Jose Benito Leyva, Raul Leyva.VISITATIONTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 20242:00 PMPORTER LORING MORTUARY WEST

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Joyce Ann Warren Bird

Jan 27, 1949 - Feb 21, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Joyce Ann Warren Bird, age 75, passed away Wednesday February 21, 2024 at her home in San Antonio, TX. Joyce was born on January 27, 1949 to James A Warren Jr and Ingrid Joyce Berkman in Austin, TX. She grew up in Austin and attended McCallum High School before going on to attend the University of Texas Austin where she was a member of the Delta Zeta sorority. Family was very important to Joyce, she was married to her beloved husband Donald E. Bird and the couple had one child, Brittany Bird Binder and Joyce greatly enjoyed spending time with them. In addition to her commitment to her family, she was a member of Gethsemane Lutheran Church and loved gardening, reading, and being involved in her community. Joyce is predeceased by her parents and she is survived by her beloved husband, Donald E. Bird; daughter, Brittany Bird Binder; grandchildren, Caden Binder and Jackson Binder; brother, James Warren III and wife, Vikki Warren; nephews, Jared Warren and Jeff Bird; and niece, Lisa Roberts (Bird) as well as many cherished cousins, great nieces and nephews and great great niece. She will be missed dearly by everyone who had the great luck to love and know her. A funeral service for Joyce will be held at Weed Corley Fish Funeral Home located at 2620 S. Congress Ave. Austin, TX 78704.

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Beatriz M. Duran

Sep 10, 1949 - Feb 21, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Beatriz M. Duran, born on September 10, 1949 in Mexico, was called to be with The Lord on February 21, 2024 at the age of 74. She is preceded in death by her parents, Gonzalo Duran and Estela Garcia Duran; husband, Jose Duran Jr.;brother, Jaime Murguia. She is survived by her daughter, Griselda Duran; son, Eric Duran; grandchildren, Xavier Duran, Julian Jacob Espino, Natalie Duran, Mia Duran and Marc Anthony Espino; siblings, Carmen Gallegos, Fernando Murguia, Juan Murguia, Daniel Murguia, Maria Estela Murguia, Victoria Murguia and Virginia Murguia. The Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at Funeraria Del Angel Trevino, 226 Cupples Rd., San Antonio,TX followed by a Rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. Services will conclude in the chapel. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be expressed at www.funerariadelangelcupples.com

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