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Robert Davis

Nov 23, 1953 - Nov 18, 2023

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Clovis, NM

Robert went to take his place with the Angels after a brave battle with cancer, surrounded by his wife of 38 years, Linda J. Davis, stepdaughter Cheryl Kneitz and grandson Brandyn Roberts. Preceded in death by his Mother, Claudia Purvis; Father Robert A. Davis and Stepson Larry. Survived by his Wife Linda J. Davis of Clovis New Mexico, Son Bobby Davis of Florida, Stepdaughter Cheryl Kneitz of Clovis New Mexico, Stepsons; Raymond Gates of California, Jeffery Gates of Florida, Brothers; Robb...Read More

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Willie James Hall

May 02, 1950 - Feb 21, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Willie James Hall, age 73, of Clovis, NM passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024. Graveside service will be held on Thursday, February 29, 2024, at 2:00 pm at Mission Garden of Memories, 2900 W. 7th Street., Clovis, NM.Willie was born on May 2, 1950, to Henry Hall and Leanna Bell in Grace, Mississippi. Willie loved to play football, basketball and played as a DJ.Survivors include his children; Michael England, Tina Craver, Andre Archie, and Isacc Hall, and siblings; William Hall, Earnest Hall, Juanita Rose, and Bessie Hall.He is preceded in death by his parents; Henry and Leanna, and siblings; Henry Hall, Ollie Hall, Virginia Mayfield, and Emma O’Niel.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.mufffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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Jimmy Dee Scott

Sep 30, 1935 - Feb 21, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Memorial services for Jimmy Dee Scott, 88, of Portales, will be at 2:00 PM, Sat., Mar. 2, 2024 in the Wheeler Mortuary Chapel with Pastor Don Thomas officiating. All of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren along with Jack Tixier, Scott Johnson and Dr. Steven Gamble will serve as honorary pallbearers. Jimmy Dee Scott was born Sept. 30, 1935 in Norman, OK to the home of Elizabeth Jewel (Bulls) and Haskel D. Scott and died on the evening of Feb. 21, 2024 in Clovis, NM. At a very early age, Jim grew up in the Floyd community, and attended school there. He was a 1953 graduate of Floyd High School. Following high school, he and two friends decided to go to Colorado to work in the coal mines. He eventually returned to Portales, and began his career with the United States Post Office as a janitor. In 1960, he and another friend joined the United States Air Force. It was that same year that he married Carolyn Watkins. The couple had a son together, but later divorced. During his service years, he was stationed at Larson Air Force Base in Moses Lake, WA. Following his discharge in 1964, he returned to Portales to make his home, and went back to the Post Office. In addition, he attended classes at Eastern New Mexico University, and graduated in 1976. Jim had worked his way up in the Post Office, and following his graduation, he was promoted to the position of Post Master. He served in that capacity until 1990. Following his retirement he became a realtor. In addition, he drove for Hamilton Auto, transferring cars from one location to another. In his spare time, he enjoyed spending time in Ruidoso. He also built a number of elkhorn chandeliers. Jim loved working in his yard, as well as reading and working crossword puzzles. Through the years, he had amassed a large collection of postage stamps. It was on Dec. 31, 1982 in Ruidoso, that he was married to Jane Millar. With that marriage, he gained four more children, three daughters and a son. He and Jane enjoyed more than 40 years together prior to her death on January 18, 2023. Jim is survived by two sons and a daughter-in-law, David and Rene Scott of Scottsdale, AZ and Van Askew of Portales; his three daughters and sons-in-law, Exa Kay and Randy Mitchell and Edie Gay and Jason Renfro all of Clovis and Jan and Blake Bunch of Madison, AL; 10 grandchildren, Maxwell (Katherine) Scott, Mitchell Scott, Sydney (Chad) Wasmoen, Blakeley Bunch, Marc (Amanda) Haufmann, Ky (Rebekah) Mitchell, Rhet Roberts and partner, Kevin Pate, Macy (Micah) McCoy, Kanyon Renfro and Dylan Bunch; six great-grandchildren, Zander Fleming, Mila Mitchell, Miles Mitchell, Owen Haufmann, Jade McCoy and Forrest McCoy; a brother and sister-in-law, Jerry and Carolyn Scott of San Antonio, TX and a sister and brother-in-law, Teresa and Ken Dix of Albuquerque. Besides his wife, Jane, he was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Bill Scott and a sister, Mary Ann Scott. To to the family or in memory of Jimmy Dee Scott, please

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Glenn Edd Bass

Aug 19, 1959 - Feb 18, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Glenn Edd Bass, age 64, of Clovis, NM passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024. Glenn was born on August 19, 1959, to Glenn Bass and Wanda F. Vance in Tucumcari, NM but was raised in Melrose, NM. Glenn enjoyed fishing, hunting, was an avid Cowboys fan, loved welding, playing softball and basketball and was very stubborn.Survivors include children; Touya Chavez of Clovis, NM, Jessica (Anthony) Gutierrez of Clovis, NM, and Glenn (Christina) Bass Jr of Clovis, NM, siblings; Ernest Bass of Amarillo, TX, Wendell G. Bass of Amarillo, TX, LaVada A (Gerald) Silva of Amarillo, TX, and Rebecca A. (Frank) McBride of Marchall, TX, grandchildren; Jeremyiah, Alexis, Anthony, Angelica, Manuel, Christabel, Jarome, Kobe, and Alethea, several nieces, and nephews, and great nieces, and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents; Glenn and Wanda, brothers; Alvey Bass and Cletus Bass, and best friends; Jerry Montaño and Anacieto “Chacho” Ortiz.Special thank you to Diane Davis RN and Niquita Jones for their special care.Cremation has taken place, and no services are scheduled at this time.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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Antoinette Evon Massey Zamora

Jan 14, 1987 - Feb 15, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Antoinette Evon Massey Zamora, age 37, of Clovis, NM passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024.Antoinette was born on January 14, 1987, to Curtis Massy and Evonna Lujan in Grants, NM. Antoinette loved Cosmo, artwork and was always happy.Survivors include her mother; Evonna (Burl) Frances of Clovis, NM, father; Curtis Massey of Carlsbad, NM, siblings; Andrew Massey of Carlsbad, NM, Dakota (Isabel) Frances of Cibolo, TX, and Nicole Ramerez, boyfriend; Ricky Silva of California, best friend; Julissa Franklyn, grandparents; Barrey Frances and Betty Frances of Portales, NM, and numerous aunts, uncles, and extended family.She is preceded in death by her sisters, Samantha Massey Garcia, and Amber Ortero.Cremation has taken place and services are scheduled for a later date.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com , (575) 762-4435.

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Roberta Lee Stone

Apr 04, 1929 - Feb 21, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Memorial services for Roberta "Bobbie" Stone, 94, of Clovis, will be announced at a later time. Roberta Lee Stone, known to family and friends as "Bobbie," was born April 4, 1929 in Pasadena, CA, and died early on the morning of February 21, 2024 in Clovis, NM. At the age of two years she moved to Scottsdale, AZ to make her home with her grandparents. She graduated from high school in Scottsdale in 1947, and on May 5, 1948, she was married to Robert F. Stone. The couple had two children, a son and a daughter. Her husband served as a bank president, and consequently, Mrs. Stone had numerous social obligations. In addition, she established The Belfry, which was a home gift and furnishings store selling fine china and crystal among other things. Mrs. Stone operated the store for 25 years. She was an animal lover, and for several years raised quarter horses. She also loved dogs, and through the years had owned a variety of breeds, including a Border Collie, a Basset Hound, a Chihuahua and a Corgi. Watching football was a favorite for her, and she particularly enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49'ers. She was also a philanthropist, and established a foundation to raise money to care for sick children. She was a longtime member of the Paradise Valley Methodist Church in Scottsdale, and contributed the bells for the bell choir. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Brett and Angie Stone of Scottsdale, AZ; her daughter, Debra Stone of Portales; her two grandchildren, Kayce Roberts of San Antonio, TX and Matthew Nance of Portales; and a great-granddaughter, Camila Nance. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents, as well as by her beloved husband, Robert, who died May 22, 2018 after a few days more than 71 years. To to the family or in memory of Roberta "Bobbie" Lee (Smith) Stone, please

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Billy James

Nov 06, 1946 - Feb 16, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Billy “Bill” James passed away unexpectedly at home on February 16, 2024, in Clovis, NM at the age of 77.Billy is survived by his wife; Ramona of the home, daughter; Judith James, of Clovis, NM, sister; Linda Young, of Tyler, TX, brother; Louis (Marleen) James, of Tyler, TX, sister-in-law; Margaret (Pete) Romero, of Albuquerque, NM, brother-in-law; Tony (Dianna) Bargas of Albuquerque, NM, grandsons; Joseph Bargas and Anthony Bargas of El Paso, TX, several nieces and nephews, and his fur babies; Grey, Milo, and Maya. He was preceded in death by his parents; Mamie Louise and J.R. James, his father-in-law; Martin C Bargas, mother-in-law; Mary Bargas, and son; Michael R Bargas.Billy was born on November 6, 1946, in Paducah, KY to J.R. and Mamie Louise James. He graduated from Tilmon High School. He joined the Army right out of high school. He married Ramona Bargas, the love of his life, in 1969 and in 1975 they welcomed their daughter Judith. Billy and Ramona had 54 wonderful, loving years together. After moving to Albuquerque, NM, Billy began working for Maloof Co. and later transferred to Clovis, NM and became manager of the branch. After retiring from Maloof Co., Bill stayed home a few years and then decided to go back to work and became a bus driver for Adair Transportation where he met some wonderful people and lifelong friends. He loved driving and loved his kids, and they loved him, he was known as “Mr. Bill”, every one of the kids he drove had a special place in his heart. Bill was a big joker and loved to make people laugh. It was said by many that Bill loved people and people loved Bill. He loved the Chicago Bears, watching wrestling, and his wife's cooking. Billy was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Clovis, NM.Rosary will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 11:00 am at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 12500 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM with Mass of the Resurrection to follow at 11:30 am with Fr. Mike Shea officiating. Reception will be to follow.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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Allen Kennith Yates

May 07, 1934 - Feb 16, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Allen Kennith Yates, age 89, passed away on Friday, February 16, 2024. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Muffley Funeral Home, 1430 Thornton St., Clovis, NM. Funeral service to be held on Thursday, February 22, 2024, 11:00 am at Sandia Baptist Church, 1100 W Manana Blvd, Clovis, NM with Pastor Tommy Hohstadt officiating. Burial will take place at Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens, 1601 E. Llano Estacado, Clovis, NM. Grandsons Gary Allen Yates, Aaron Long, Seth Carruth, Adam Carruth, Eric Yates, and Caleb Yates will serve as pallbearers.Allen was born on May 7, 1934, to Toge Yates and Thelma Jenkins in Hugo, Oklahoma. Dad loved God, his family, and his Country foremost, and enjoyed bowling, camping, gardening, and fishing. Allen retired from the United States Air Force as a M.Sgt. then continued for another 15 years as Civil Service before completely retiring. Allen taught Sunday school and served on the nomination committee and the usher committee for Sandia Baptist Church. He was an assistant Boy Scout Master from 1973-1974, member of Non-Commissioned Officer Academy Graduates Association from 1975-1977.Dad will be truly missed by his family and those who knew him well.Survivors include children: Sherri (Travis) Yates Carruth, Gary (Estrella) Lane Yates, Rebekah (Walt) Yates Garrison and Rhonda Yates, many grand and great grandchildren, many nieces, and nephews, one sister, brother-in-law, and sister-in-law. He is preceded in death by his wife; Arline Beard Yates, oldest son; Jack Yates, youngest son; Kevin Yates, as well as many other loved ones.The family would like to thank the PRMC Hospice Care team for being so attentive and taking care of Dad in his final days.In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your favorite charity. Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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Gracie Mae Wilcher

Feb 14, 1939 - Feb 17, 2024

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Clovis, NM

A celebration of the life of Gracie Mae Wilcher will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, February 23, 2024 in the Wheeler Mortuary Chapel, 500 E. 3rd St, in Portales with Pastor Rick Wilcher of the Floyd Baptist Church officiating, accompanied by his sisters, Ladona Clayton and Cynthia Kendrick. Burial will follow in the Portales Cemetery with Rick and Janet Wilcher, Ladona and Mark Clayton, Cynthia and Kelley Kendrick and Steve Goff serving as pallbearers. The family will receive guests at the funeral home on Thursday afternoon from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. Gracie Mae Wilcher, age 85, passed away at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis, NM, surrounded by her family on February 17, 2024. She was born February 14, 1939, in Dora, NM, to Horace B. and Carrie (Turner) Wilcher. She was the 8th born of nine children. Gracie was the epitome of Mark 10:14-15: Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of God. Assuredly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will by no means enter it.” Gracie had the innocence, simplicity, and wonder of a little child, and a relentless faith that could move mountains. She anxiously awaited the arrival of her Savior to take her home and spoke of this event so often. She could quote every scripture of the evangelical Rapture without missing a beat and held steadfast to her faith up to the moment she took her last breath, knowing that Jesus and her family awaited her arrival with open arms. She was the joy of our hearts! At an early age, Gracie suffered ongoing tonic-clonic (grand-mal) seizures, which adversely affected her brain functions and ability to develop into a fully independent adult. As a result, she needed ongoing support, although she was able to develop life skills that served her well. In spite of this major setback, she approached life with expectation, enthusiasm, and gratitude. Her older sister, Jayne, served as her constant companion and caregiver throughout her adult life until she passed away in 2018. At that time, her family in Portales, Clovis, and Abilene had the honor of caring for her and ensuring she remained as independent as possible. Gracie’s hobbies included embroidering beautiful, frameable pictures and landscapes, crocheting useful items, and completing complicated jigsaw puzzles that she had framed for display on her walls. She was meticulous in her organizational skills, took great pride in maintaining her home, enjoyed spontaneous humor, and never failed to delight her nieces and nephews with her Christian songs and delightful antics. She was a master of games, and upending her championship reign in Sorry, checkers, and Touring never came to fruition. She developed a special love for all things Hello Kitty, including a lap blanket, clothing, mugs, and stuffed toys. She was thrilled to learn that her headstone featured Hello Kitty, and ensured she was featured in a picture beside it before departing this life. She was overjoyed to learn that her coffin honored the same beloved character she had grown so fond of these many years. Gracie is survived by her many nieces and nephews, including Rick (Janet) Wilcher of Portales, NM; Ladona (Mark) Clayton of Clovis, NM; Cynthia (Kelley) Kendrick of Abilene, TX; Larry (Sandy) Jernigan of Lancaster, CA; Jerry (Melinda) Hamlin of Springfield, OR; Burton (Cindy) Jernigan of Lakeport, CA; Ron West of Fresno, CA; Calvin (Shannon) Wilcher of Athens, TX; Teresa Dunavant of Plainview, TX; Karen Jernigan Edwards of Spokane, WA; and Thomas “Tom” Leon Box of Woburn, MA. She was preceded in death by her parents, H.B. and Carrie Wilcher, her sisters, Juanita (Edward) Jernigan, Betty (Leroy) Taylor, Helen “Ruth” (Felix) Cleveland, Jayne (Clyde) Golding, Hazel (W.B.) Jernigan of Spokane, WA, and her brothers, Calvin “Pete,” Bobby, and Donald Joe “Spook” (Ina) Wilcher. To to the family or in memory of Gracie Mae Wilcher, please

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Dianne Nance

Sep 10, 1957 - Jan 31, 2024

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Clovis, NM

Dianne Nance, 66 of Clovis, New Mexico passed away on Wednesday January 31, 2024, peacefully in Clovis, New Mexico. Dianne was born September 10, 1957, to Arithree Taylor-Byrd in Clovis, New Mexico. She was happily married to Kent Dwayne Nance for 45 years in Clovis NM. She worked many years as a faithful servant and as the mother of First Church of God in Christ serving and spreading God’s word. She was known for being a boss in every area with class and sass. She wore many hats while being seen for her professionalism, selflessness, charisma, beauty, laughter, sternness, and most importantly always standing on business. She was an excellent mother, wife, sister, and a friend to many. She showed kindness to whomever she came across and would give her last to anybody who needed something. Most of all she exuded God’s love because she loved the Lord with her whole heart.She would always teach the goodness of God to help spread encouragement, hope, faith, and motivation to others. She was a faithful member of First Church of God in Christ, for over 30 years, where she served as the mother of the church, missionary, evangelist, first administrator of FCOGIC, assistant supervisor of the women’s department, assistant supervisor of the state youth department and amongst several other titles. No one she met was a stranger, she loved everyone. Dianne preceded in death by her mother Arithree Taylor-Byrd.Survivors include her husband; Kent Dwayne Nance, three children; Keisha Thomas (Leonard Thomas), Kerwin Nance (Mirissa Nance), and Krystal Nance. Seven siblings; Alton T. Calhoun, Renetta Renae Hicks, Willie Calvin Calhoun (Betty), Donna Marie Gayden, Juanita Denise Potter (Walter), Pamela Mae Anderson and Carl Calhoun, five grandchildren; Jasmine Alexis Aquino (Jay Aquino), Donte Wayne Thomas, Kia Shree Thomas, Amaya D’nae Nance, and Kyrie Dwayne Nance, eight great grandchildren; Mckenzie Dior Aquino, Miley Jae Aquino, Miyah Amour Aquino, Nevaeh Elizabeth Thomas, Carmelo Wayne Thomas, Miracle Toussaint, Kai Len Cooper, and Kam Marquez Cooper. Host of nieces, nephews, and friends. Homegoing Celebration Services will be held on Friday, February 9, 2024, at 11:00 am, at First Church of God in Christ, 3400 Vinton St., Clovis, NM. A burial will follow at Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens, 1601 E Llano Estacado. Pallbearers include Kerwin Nance, Xavier Calhoun, Leonard Thomas, Donte’ Thomas, Larry Jones Jr., and Gabriel Jones. Honorary Pallbearers include Alton T. Calhoun, Willie Calvin Calhoun, Tyreaus Calhoun, Terrill Calhoun, Marzett Calhoun, Desmond Calhoun, James E. Anderson Jr., Walter Potter, John T. Gayden II.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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Ruben Chittock, Jr.

Sep 21, 1927 - Jan 21, 2024

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Clovis, NM

.Ruben Chittock, Jr., was born on September 21, 1927, and passed January 21, 2024.Ruben was a hard worker who built and managed feed mills across California, New Mexico, and Texas. He dearly loved and was very proud of his family.He survived by his daughters; Kristy Murray of Thornton, Colorado, Kathy Chittock of Phoenix, Arizona, and Lori Reynolds of South Jordan, Utah. Preceding him in death was his wife; Lorraine and son; Mark.Memorial Mass to be held for Ruben and Mark on Monday, March 4, 2024, 9:00 am, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 921 N Merriwether Street.Ruben and Mark will be interred with our mom at Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens, 1601 E Llano Estacado, Clovis, NM.Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, www.muffleyfuneralhome.com, (575) 762-4435.

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