Albuquerque Obituaries

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  • Wednesday | via Douglas County Herald 

    Roland Srader

    Roland Srader, 61 years, passed to his Heavenly home on Feb. 9, 2015 at his home in Ava with his wife, Nancy, by his side. Roland was born May 23, 1953 in Albuquerque, N.M., to Floyd and Dorothy Srader.


  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Mass Transit 

    NM: ABQ Ride Supervisor Charged in Shootings

    A man arrested and charged with murder in a triple shooting on Super Bowl Sunday has spent the last eight years working for the city of Albuquerque and is a supervisor with ABQ Ride, officials confirmed Tuesday evening. David Ulibarri, 45, is accused of being one of three men who shot and killed another man over a $30 methamphetamine debt in Northwest Albuquerque on Feb. 1. He started as a bus driver in June 2006, and was promoted to a supervisor position in 2008.


  • Monday Feb 23 | via KOB-TV 

    Man who died in Coal Ave. fire identified

    The young man who didn't make it out of a downtown Albuquerque apartment fire is Jared Lithgow, according to friends and coworkers. The fire happened on Feb. 19 around 2:20 a.m. His family has requested privacy, but his friends and coworkers have shared a lot about him on his Facebook page.


  • Monday Feb 23 | via Sun Advocate 

    Mary Ann Riley Jensen "Grandma Great"

    She was born in Clawson on Sept. 6, 1919 to Robert and Hannah Reynolds Riley. She was one of nine children.


  • Saturday Feb 21 | via State Journal 

    John Toppass

    Services for John will be 2 p.m. Saturday, February 28, 2015, at Antioch Church with Rev. Dan Luttrell officiating.


  • Friday Feb 20 | via KOB-TV 

    Albuquerque police dogs debut new ballistic vests

    The police dog vests are bulletproof and stab resistant. APD received six vests from the Vested Interest in K9s organization, which donated vests to 350 law enforcement dogs nationwide after a successful Groupon fundraising event.


  • Sunday Feb 8 | via New York Daily News 

    'Better Call Saul' Recap: Things break bad for lawyer

    After things broke bad for Saul Goodman the last time we saw him, the disgraced former lawyer is now toiling under an assumed name and a questionable mustache in a Cinnabon outlet inside a Nebraska mall. In the opening black and white scene from the premiere of "Better Call Saul," the titular protagonist is skittish over phantom pursuers and a glum shell of the fast-talking huckster that "Breaking Bad" fans know and love, who watches video tapes of his old commercials with the shades drawn.


  • Thursday Feb 5 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Young, Meredith

    Meredith Young Meredith Young, of Exeter, passed away on January 25, 2015. She was 65. She was preceded in death by her parents Dorothy and Luther Storme of Porterville.


  • Tuesday Feb 3 | via KOAT-TV 

    School Board Election Results

    The biggest race for the Albuquerque School Board is in District 2. That is where there has been a lot of controversy. NO DOUBT, THE BIGGEST RACE FOR THE ALBUQUERQUE SCHOOL BOARD - IS IN DISTRICT TWO.


  • Feb 2, 2015 | via Trenton Republican-Times 

    Ruth Walker

    Ruth Walker, a 96-year-old Trenton resident, died at 11:41 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 at Sunnyview Nursing Home in Trenton. Funeral services are pending under the direction of Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton.