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Cope Memorial Chapel
1830 Barbara Avenue
Gallup , NM 87301
(505) 722-6671
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Rollie Mortuary Inc
401 Nizhoni Boulevard
Gallup , NM 87301
(505) 863-4452
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Sunset Memorial Park
4 66th Avenue West
Gallup , NM
(505) 722-3977
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Deaths and funerals (01/18/12) - Valencia County News Bulletin

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
He entered the field of education and coached athletics beginning in 1951, and continued his lifelong pursuit of educational excellence with full-time positions in Dayton, Ohio, and Gallup.Even during retirement, he continued to serve as a substitute teacher. His 60-year educational career was capped by the award of the Doctor of Education degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1978 and his selection to serve the Gallup-McKinley County school district as the assistant superintendent for secondary education.Tom was a lifelong advocate for vocational instruction and was instrumental in the development of computer science applications in the classroom and various trades programs.As a coach, Tom provided exceptional guidance and successful leadership to teams for 22 years. He coached football in St Mary’s, Ohio, Belmont High School in Dayton, Ohio, and for the University of Dayton’s junior varsity squad.Since semi-retirement in the 1990s, Tom and Ruth were actively engaged in their passions of travel, camping, family, gardening and church activities. As a member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Los Lunas, Tom chaired the committee that led to the design and current construction of a new church facility that will serve the community for many generations to come. He also served the congregation as the Bishop’s Warden and in various other leadership capacities.He is survived by his wife, Ruth, their three children and spouses, and four grandchildren. Two of those families, Kenneth and Mary Vincent and Barbara and Steve Neumann, live nearby in New Mexico, while Karen and Jack Kruse live with her family in central Ohio. The grandchildren, Jonathan Vincent, Megan and Rachel Kruse, and Kyle Neumann, have all enjoyed lifelong happy relationships with their extraordinary grandpa.A celebration of this humble and gifted man’s life will be held in the spring at his home church. The date and other details will be published later.Memorial gifts may be sent to the St. Matthew’s Building Fund, P.O. Box 2489, Los Lunas, N.M., 87031, or to the American Cancer Society or to the National Arbor Day foundation (www.arborday.org). Tom always loved trees!Sign Tom’s online register book at www.romerofuneralhomenm.com. Romero Funeral Home, 609 N. Main St., Belen.

George Gallup Jr., son of poll founder and author of books on American religion

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
PRINCETON, N. J. (AP)— Pollster George Gallup Jr. has died in New Jersey, a year after being diagnosed with liver cancer, his family said Wednesday. He was 81. Gallup, the son of Gallup Poll founder George Gallup, died Monday in Princeton, where he lived, according to his family. The younger Gallup was born in Evanston, Ill., in 1930 and joined the family’s polling organization in 1954,a year after graduating from Princeton University... (The Buffalo News)

The Pollster Saint - ChristianityToday.com (blog)

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
Timothy Jones, with added comments by D. Michael Lindsay and Ed StetzerGeorge Gallup Jr.’s family name was to opinion polls what iPod is to mp3 players. Gallup died this week at age 81, and merited obituaries in both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. George Jr., as he was known professionally, was noted not only for his careful work in polling, but also for expanding and applying that methodology to the study of American religion.Former Christianity Today asso...

Arthur J. Maloney, WWII veteran, retired attorney

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
Adams, Smith, Brown&Starrett. He remained with that firm until the 1990s, when he retired from active litigation. He then became a senior attorney with the former Maloney, Gallup, Roach, Brown &McCarthy, specializing in legal medicine. Mr. Maloney continued as counsel to the current firm of Roach, Brown, McCarthy& Gruber. He also served as legal counsel to the Medical Society of the County of Erie for 18 years, retiring in 2000. Mr. Maloney also remained active in the military after World War II, serving with the National Guard, retiring in 1958 as assistant chief of staff of the 27th Armored Division, with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He also was a member of the Royal Canadian Military Institute. Mr. Maloney was a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, associate in law of the American College of Legal Medicine, member of the Erie County and American Bar associations and was past president of the Trial Lawyers Association of Erie County. He also held memberships in the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel, American Society of Law and Medicine and American Academy of Hospital Medicine. He and his wife, the former Betty Augustine, were cofounders and charter members of the Western New York Chapter of the New York State Association for Children with Le... (The Buffalo News)




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