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When a loved one passes away, it can be an overwhelming and emotional experience for those left behind. During this difficult time, it's essential to have a trusted funeral home that can guide you through the process of saying goodbye with dignity and respect. Director's Choice Mortuary Services, located at 9316 Susan Avenue SE, Albuquerque, NM, 87123, is a reputable and compassionate funeral home that provides personalized funeral services to families in need.

A Brief History of Director's Choice Mortuary Services

Director's Choice Mortuary Services has been serving the Albuquerque community for many years, earning a reputation for its commitment to excellence and dedication to providing exceptional funeral services. The funeral home is owned and operated by experienced funeral directors who understand the importance of creating a meaningful and memorable farewell ceremony. With a deep understanding of the local culture and community, the team at Director's Choice Mortuary Services is well-equipped to cater to the unique needs of each family they serve.

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Address: 9316 Susan Avenue SE, Albuquerque, NM, 87123
Phone Number: 1-505-275-6524
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Ronald J Blevins - June 17, 1937 - March 18, 2022

Departed: 03/18/2022 (Albuquerque)
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Judah Sarracino - January 10, 1986 - March 15, 2022

Departed: 03/15/2022 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Loving family man, Judah Sarracino, passed away on Tuesday, March 15, 2022.
He leaves behind a legacy of four beautiful children; Avea Jaylynn, Arianna Rose, Aniah Mariah, & Judah Jr., and a loving companion, Nadine Encinias.
Born to Eric Sarracino and Eva Crago, Judah played football for Highland High School in Albuquerque before becoming a coach and mentor to many young people in various leagues.
As a New Mexico realtor, Judah worked to help families find a home. Within his own family, Judah was home.
With an undeniable smile and larger-than-life personality, he would fill every room with light and laughter.
Judah is survived by loving siblings; Philana, Joshua, Phillip, Jacob, Jade & Richard.
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Julian R. Jiron - January 09, 1981 - January 25, 2022

Departed: 01/25/2022 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: On January 25,  2022 God decided he needed our son Julian, therefore he passed away without warning. His death has left his children Mariah Jiron, and Sabastian Jiron, family, and friends in turmoil.
Anyone that knew Julian was touched by his kindness, humor, and mild temperament. He was truly a peacemaker and a source of positivity. He would do anything for a laugh. His heart was big and would do and give anything he had if it would help you feel better.
Julian loved fiercely and deeply and we take great comfort in knowing that he is now at peace and is surrounded by the light of our lord Jesus Christ and God almighty.
Julian was a multifaceted jack of all trades and a marketing specialist extraordinaire. He would always find a way or make away. He poured his heart and soul into his work and family and all that worked with him admired him. There truly wasn’t anything he couldn’t do, he was a genius. He always made everyone feel important and special. He showed up when it mattered, always had your back, and gave to those in need. He was a great defender and stand up man for his loved ones.
Our son you never said you were leaving, you never said goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. Since that day we have needed you, we have cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. In this life we have loved you dearly,  In death we love you still. In our hearts you will always hold a place no one could ever fill. It has broken our hearts to lose you, but you didn’t go alone, for a part of all of us left with you that day God took you home. Love you always, Mom and Dad.
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Michael A. Noga Sr. - September 26, 1967 - December 25, 2021

Departed: 12/25/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Michael Anthony Noga, age 54, a resident of Belen, New Mexico, passed away on December 25th, 2021. He was born September 26, 1967, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was dearly loved by a host of friends and loved ones and will be greatly missed.
He is preceded in death by his father, Irvin; mother, Maria; and his brother, Robert. Michael is survived by his wife, Michelle; children, Victoria DeVargas, Michael Jr. , Julian, and Mia; sisters, JoAnn and Sandra; brother-in-law, Sergio Iellamo, son-in-law, Andrew DeVargas; granddaughter, Avianna DeVargas; and nieces, Desiree and Ashley.
Services will be held at Our Lady of Belen Catholic Church in Belen, New Mexico on Friday, February 4, 2022, rosary at 9:30 a.m., and followed by a funeral mass at 10:00 a.m. He will be laid to rest at Our Lady of Belen Memorial Gardens.
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William Stanley Previtti - June 09, 1927 - November 29, 2021

Departed: 11/29/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: William Stanley Previtti, best known as ‘Billy’ Previtti was a dazzling New Mexico figure for decades. Born on June 9, 1927 in Waukegan, Illinois to Guiseppe Vincente Previti and Rosalie Bubblitz Previti, Bill passed away at home on November 29, 2021. (As a writer, Bill preferred the added ‘T’ in his surname and used it throughout his life.)
Bill Previtti was married to Bette Lynn Thomas for 70 years, having recently celebrated their anniversary on November 18. He is survived by beautiful wife Bette, daughters Antoinette Elizabeth Previtti, Michele Rose Hartung and Dina Jo Madruga; brother James Orlando Previti and wife Jody and sister Donna Lee Graham. A grandfather too, Bill delighted in inspiring his grandchildren Trever Daniel Hartung, Cale Matthew Hartung, Kaleena Raye Madruga and Ryder Day Madruga.
William Previtti served in the United States Army as well as the Merchant Marine during World War II, experiencing air attack aboard an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific and ultimately serving in communications, his exceptional skill recognized. He was a writer always, but his ability to connect and laugh with others would be a marker of his personality and life.
By 1953, Bill and Bette put down roots in Albuquerque and Bill most famously worked for KOAT radio and Channel 7, working as a disc jockey and then  television host for “Bandstand’s Top Ten,” the first such broadcast in the state, introducing rock-and-roll hits accompanied by dancing teens. The popular program made Previtti a local personality and concert promoter, giving him the opportunity to meet musicians such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard among others. Bill’s legendary milkshake stroll with Elvis in 1956 was even chronicled in a film series at the Albuquerque Museum. By the early 1960s, Previtti had also performed in multiple productions for Albuquerque Little Theater and in 1967, Previtti became Press Secretary for New Mexico Governor David Cargo.
The Previtti family then relocated to San Diego for a time, where Previtti worked in television before accepting the position of Public Relations Director for Agua Caliente racetrack. Bill enjoyed his rural property there; as an avid animal-lover, he was able to home rescued dogs and retired racehorses, goats and rabbits, cats and ducks.
Returning to Albuquerque in the 1980s, Bill used his writing skill and charisma to work in newspaper, radio and television promotions for dozens of organizations. He founded Westland Communications, representing the New Mexico State Fair, the New Mexico Cattle Growers Association, and casinos throughout the region just to name a few; Billy Previtti even provided the voice of cartoon “Wild Wilbur” for Western Wearhouse. Always energetic, Previtti worked into his 90s with his own radio hour on KIVA and whimsical writings in Prime Time magazine. His passion for New Mexico and Wild West history prompted his very recent work on a nearly-completed book about his favorite historical figure, Billy the Kid. Bill’s volunteer work for Veterans of Foreign Wars and New Mexico Shriners was also especially meaningful to him.
Throughout his long and interesting life, William S. “Billy” Previtti has been befriended and celebrated for his humor, creativity, vibrancy and charm. (And always mischievous, sparkling blue eyes!) Bill was a friend to many; his “Make ‘em Smile!” motto permeated all he did in professional as well as family life. He will be so missed.
Services to be announced; donations to Animal Humane New Mexico.
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Lawrence Borrowdale - November 26, 1938 - November 10, 2021

Departed: 11/10/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Larry was born November 26, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois, to Henry and Florence Borrowdale. He married the love of his life, Judith Bright, on September 19, 1964, in Belen, NM. They were blessed with two children. He worked for several bowling alleys and the Santa Fe Railroad for several years, before moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1965. He went to work for the tobacco industry in 1970, which he retired from in 1996.  Larry was an avid bowler in New Mexico and eventually earned a spot in the New Mexico Bowler’s Hall of Fame.  He also loved to golf and did so frequently with his friends and family. He also loved to gamble and the Chicago Bears. His greatest love was his family! Larry loved spending time with family and friends during the holidays and on vacations in the summertime, seeing many big cities, other countries, and national parks while camping, fishing and sightseeing.  Larry and his wife, Judy, did a lot of traveling and cruising in their lifetime. Closer to home, they enjoyed spending a lot of time around their pool; hosting (or co-hosting) parties with family and friends. Many of his fondest memories involved vacations and events with his wife, family, children, and grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Judith Borrowdale, and their children, Steven Borrowdale, Kelley Matheny (married to Jonathan Matheny). He has 9 grandchildren: AnnMarie Williams (married to Thomas Williams), Nicole Smith, Leylah Smith, Rebecca Matheny, Rhiannon Matheny, Rachel Matheny, Riley Matheny, Ruby Matheny, and Rose Matheny.  Additionally, he has three great grandchildren, Zachary Smith, Nolan Williams, and Georgia Williams.  He is also survived by his brother, James Borrowdale and three-sister in laws, Marlys Duran, Caryl Bright, and Vicki Borrowdale, as well as many cousins, nieces, and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Florence Borrowdale, his father, Henry Borrowdale as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and close friends. Pallbearers: Steven Borrowdale (Son); Kelley Matheny (Daughter); Darin Duran (Nephew); Jonathan Matheny (Son-in-law); Denise Barby (Niece); Thomas Williams (Grandson-in-law); Nicole Smith (Granddaughter); Leylah Smith (Granddaughter). Arrangements are being handled by the caring professionals at Director's Choice Mortuary Service, 9316 Susan Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87123 where an online guest register is available at
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Patricia Ann Hernandez - October 28, 1956 - November 10, 2021

Departed: 11/10/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Patricia Ann Hernandez, age 65, of Albuquerque, NM passed away at her home on November 10, 2021. She was born in Clovis, NM on Cannon Air Force Base to William Hernandez Sr. and Bessie “Gauna” Hernandez. She is survived by her two Sons, Anthony Segura and John Segura of Albuquerque, NM, three Grandchildren, Dyllan Segura of Hudson, NC, Olivia Segura of Hudson, NC, Gabriel Segura Brandao, of Jacksonville, FL, Mother, Bessie Barnes of Albuquerque, NM, eleven Siblings with numerous Nieces and Nephews who loved her very much. She is preceded in death by her Husband Greg Segura, Brother, John Henry Gauna and Father, William Hernandez Sr.
Patricia was an intelligent woman who had a love for learning with a business degree from Eastern New Mexico University and a Cosmetology License from Trend Barber College in Houston, Texas.  She was a member of the American Legion Post Thirteen in Albuquerque, NM and attended Catholic school in her childhood years with many fond memories of her friends there. She was fluent in English and Spanish and she enjoyed meeting people from all walks of life.
Patricia also had a creative mind with a love for various arts which includes her hobby of painting ceramics, listening to music from the 80’s, dancing, attending concerts and especially enjoyed listening to a live Mariachi Band every chance she got. She was a flower child with an opportunity to attend the Monterey Pop Festival at age thirteen in California and her favorite fashion style was from the hippie era.
She was involved with a prayer ministry and was always faithful to request prayer for any need she knew of. She was a strong woman of faith with much empathy and care for others. She was also a thirteen year breast cancer survivor with a strong will to live. She was a brave woman who will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
Funeral Services will be held at New Beginnings Church of God, 4770 Montgomery Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, on December 4, 2021 at 2:00pm with reception afterwards.
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Yesenia Muniz - November 09, 1967 - November 06, 2021

Departed: 11/06/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: On Satuday November 6th 2021, Yesenia Muniz Got her wings and went to walk with the angels. She was 53 years of age.
It would be wrong to say that Yesenia lost her battle because she never stopped fighting. No matter how sick she was, she was always determined. When anyone else would have broken, Yesenia stayed strong. Through her, we know what resilience and perseverance truly look like. There was no quit in Yesenia. Just because she is no longer here, it doesn’t mean she lost her fight. She is stronger than ever before.
Yesenia is survived by her daughter Thalia and granddaughters Yaretzi and Dalilah. And family that will truly miss her dearly. Go and dance with the angels mommy that I will soon dance with you.
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Louisa Lydia Romero - January 28, 1939 - October 13, 2021

Departed: 10/13/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: On Wednesday October 13, 2021, Louisa Lydia Romero loving wife, mother and grandmother passed away peacefully at the age of 82 surrounded by her family. Louisa was born in the small town of Chamisal, New Mexico where she grew up and moved to Albuquerque with her mother and siblings following the unexpected death of her father. She graduated from Menaul High School in 1957 and received her bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of New Mexico in 1963. She married her husband of 59 years in 1961 and they raised two children, Victor and Deborah. She enjoyed a fulfilling 30-year career as an Elementary School teacher for Albuquerque Public Schools retiring in 1996. Louisa may have been tiny in stature (nicknamed Tweety) but she was powerful in spirit. She lived her life under her terms and would fiercely defend her independence. While no one could tell her what to do she unselfishly devoted her time to help others. She had a the most loving heart and shared it with her entire extended family. She loved to take care of her nieces and nephews. Her house was filled with wonder and excitement with all the toys and pets that awaited kids. Those who stayed with Louisa never wanted to leave with their parents when it was time to go.  She was generous and was always willing to help anyone who came to her. She loved her siblings who often gathered together for game nights where they shared stories and ate food that they took turns providing. Similarly, Louisa loved the casino, but this was not a social occasion for her! She wanted to gamble alone as she believed that if someone watched over her shoulder, her luck would turn south. She was a lone wolf during her casino outings. Often, when the family would visit from out of town, Louisa would mention to her confidant Rose that she had to stay home because she was not allowed to gamble when her granddaughters were visiting. She remained true to her word but would head straight to the casino shortly after her guest’s departure.  It was quite a shock to Louisa when instead of a boy being born, we were surprised by the birth of her granddaughter Emma. Louisa kept asking “are you sure it’s a girl?” Louisa loved being a grandmother to Leslie and Emma. Both girls loved to spend time at Nana’s house being spoiled with love and affection. Nana was never too tired to take the girls to the store for surprises or to have them go through the collections and pick out pieces each liked. She will be remembered always for her big loving heart! Deborah her daughter who she affectionately called her “Saggy Baggy Elephant” would love to spend time going to garage sales together through which Louisa amassed quite a variety of collections which she would display with pride around her house and would regularly change them out. We always looked forward to what the display of the month would be when we visited. Deborah and Lani took mother to live with them towards the end of life where she would watch her favorite game shows while reclining with her Boston Terrier/bulldog Taffy and her ardent admirer the parti poodle, Franny. They spent many a night having mama call them on the cellphone (even though they were in the same house) to tell them that she needed water or to rearrange her bed. It was a labor of love to spoil Louisa through her final days.  She was preceded in death by her Father Melendrino and by her mother Adelina. Her husband Ausencio. Her sister Famy, brothers Abner, Mele, Herbert and Robert and sister Florida. She is survived by her son Victor and his wife Laura, daughter Deborah and her wife Lani, her brother Raymond, sisters Rose, Emily and Lillian. Her granddaughters Emma and Leslie and her husband Jordan. Services will be on Saturday October 23rd at 11:00 am at Second Presbyterian Church, 812 Edith Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102.
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JerriAnn Kathleen Evans - May 25, 1962 - October 12, 2021

Departed: 10/12/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: JerriAnn Kathleen Evans, a resident of Rio Rancho, New Mexico passed away on Tuesday, October 12th, 2021.
The cremation will be in Belen, NM on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021 at Noblin Funeral Home. The family will be holding an intimate family viewing prior.
JerriAnn was born May 25th, 1962 at Bitburg Airforce Base, Germany. Daughter of a decorated Air Force SMS and Vietnam Veteran, Elwed L. Greene (D.1997) and Christine (Gasper) Greene. The family traveled the world; she attended different primary and secondary schools. JerriAnn graduated with Honors from Highland High School in May of 1980 in Albuquerque, NM. Then she continued her higher education at Apollo College graduating in 1994 with a Dental Assistant Certificate. She graduated in 2011 from Brookline College with a certification in Pharmacy Technician. JerriAnn worked as a Dental Assistant for 26 years.
She is survived by her mother Christine Greene of Rio Rancho; brother Allen W. Greene of Rio Rancho; sister Debbie A. Schmiedeberg of Albuquerque; sister Sonja L. Lucero of Albuquerque; daughter Jennifer R. Parton of Jacksonville, FL; son Neil B. Evans of Rio Rancho. Granddaughter Makayla A. Parton of Albuquerque; grandson Jeffrey L. Keiser of North East, MD, and granddaughter Leila J. Betanco of Jacksonville, FL. As well as great grandchild Steven Nicholas Chavira Jr. of Albuquerque and many nieces and nephews. She will always be remembered by the ones she met and loved.
Those who wish to remember JerriAnn in any special way please mail to Jennifer Parton, c/o Christine Greene, 451 Stallion Rd SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124.
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Derrick Steven Guzman - August 03, 1986 - September 27, 2021

Departed: 09/27/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Derrick Steven Guzman, born August 3, 1986, passed away on Monday, September 27, 2021. He was a graduate of Manzano High School class of 2004. Derrick was a 49'ers fan with a funny sense of humor. He will be truly missed by all that had a pleasure of knowing him.  Derrick is preceded in death by his grandma Linda Gutierrez, grandpa Aldaberto Guzman, auntie Connie Deleon and uncle, Benjamin Guzman. He is survived by his mother Maria Sigala and stepfather Alfred; father, Epigmenio Guzman; sister, Amanda Vasquez and husband Efrain; stepsisters, Carolyn Ford and Janice Morris and husband Stephen; brothers, Manuel Guzman and Nicole Darren Guzman, Bobby Guzman and Amber, Epigmenio Guzman Jr. And Chloe, Matthew Guzman;  Stepbrother, Jonathan Sigala and Richard. Derrick is also survived by many loving uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews. Services will be held at The Church 417 Palomas Dr. SE Albuquerque, NM 87108. A viewing will begin at 6:00 p.m. with at mass to be celebrated at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 1, 2021. Interment will be held at Mt. Calvary Cemetery on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. A Celebration of Life will follow the Graveside back at The Church. All donations will be greatly appreciated.
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Carol A. Maes - April 20, 1990 - September 13, 2021

Departed: 09/13/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Our beloved Carol Alexis Maes born on April 20, 1990 passed away suddenly on Monday, September 13, 2021. Carol was a loving mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt and friend. She graduated from Albuquerque High School and earned her Master's in Social Work from NMHU. She loved helping everyone, making people laugh, singing, acting, dancing, make-up, music and falling asleep to crime podcasts. But her greatest accomplishment was her beautiful daughter Kairi. She loved Kairi with all her being, she was her world.  As a child, Carol was a cheerleader and drama queen, she loved being the center of attention, which lasted into adulthood. She really loved being The Big Sister to her siblings Jonathan, Moriah, Hannah and Joshua and stepsister to Andrew, Brittanie, Brian and Ashlie. As an adult she loved her job and had great pride in helping others in there journey through healing. Her world revolved around her daughter. Every year she enjoyed planning and making matching homemade cosutmes for her and Kairi.  She was preceeded in death by her grandfather Phil, great grandfather Juan, great grandmother Emelia, grandfather Charles, grandmother Gracie, Uncle Jody and stepfather Patrick. She is survived by her daughter Kairi, mother Debbie, father Phil and stepmother Jessica, grandmother Mary, her siblings Jonathan, Moriah, Hannah and Joshua, nephews Noah and Zachary, nieces Ariyah and Wednesdai, Godchildren Josia and India and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She will be greatly missed.
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Merlinda Martinez - October 01, 1935 - August 08, 2021

Departed: 08/08/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Our beloved mother Merlinda Martinez passed away peacefully on August 8, 2021.
Survived by her husband of 67 years, William Martinez; daughters Jennie and husband  Martin Chavez, Yolanda Martinez, Beatrice and husband Don Haaland; sons Raymond and Linda Martinez, Mark Martinez, Tommy Martinez, Eugene and wife Stephanie Martinez; special niece Kathy and husband Jimmy Gonzales; 16 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren; sister Corina and husband Dennis Sandin; brothers Robert Padilla, Procopio and wife Paquita Padilla.
Cremation has taken place. “We Love You Mother.  You’ll always be in our hearts and never forgotten.”
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Donald William Tipping - July 21, 1944 - August 07, 2021

Departed: 08/07/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Donald (Don) William Tipping, of Albuquerque, NM passed away peacefully Saturday morning, August 7, 2021 at the age of 77. Don was proceeded in death by his parents Horace Tipping and Mabel (Schultz) Tipping and his close friend Mary Ann Kirchgessner. He is survived by his son Michael and Leslie Tipping and 2 grandchildren of Chandler Arizona, Brothers Robert (Bob) of New Jersey, and Richard (Dick) of Alabama, and ex wife Linda Tipping of Albuquerque, NM. He also leaves behind many friends, acquaintances and fellow employees that worked with him during his 30+ years at Sandia. He will also be missed at the local health spa that he visited daily. After attending Philco Technical Institute in 1966, he was employed at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ. He eventually transferred to Sandia National Labs in 1969. Don's tenure at both Bell Labs and Sandia Labs was in the field of electronics, field testing in Nevada, and the Kauai Pacific range. Don excelled in building and working with computers, he also had a passion in photography, collecting vintage movies, 50's and 60's music and loved his TV remote control.
Memorial services for Don are on August 12, 2021 at 1pm (visitation) and 2pm (services).
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Tracy Dawn Ramsey - June 17, 1965 - July 18, 2021

Departed: 07/18/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Tracy Dawn Ramsey, 56 of Fort Sumner, NM passed Sunday, July 18, 2021 in Roswell, NM following a sudden illness. She was born June 17, 1965, in Roswell, NM, to the home of Aubrey Tyler and the late Denise Tyler (Barnhill).
Tracy moved with her family from Roswell, NM to Fort Sumner in 1971 where she attended school.  Tracy was a stay-at-home mom for 15 years.  She moved to Albuquerque, NM in the early 90’s and worked installing sheet metal roofs and was said to have done a better job than her coworkers. She moved back to Fort Sumner in 2000, where she worked as a caregiver at Pecos Valley Nursing Home for many years until they shut down the agency.  Tracy was an active member of the Church of Christ in Fort Sumner, New Mexico.  Tracy loved her family and friends and enjoyed spending time with them.  She enjoyed listening to music, “cruising”, or not so much cruising, because she had a need for speed, she liked to hotrod.  Tracy passed on her love for music and hot-rodding to her children.  She also enjoyed needle point and sewing.
Tracy is preceded in death by her mother Denise Tyler (Barnhill), brother Jamie Tyler, nieces Tiffany Moon and Jessica Tyler, and nephews Terrence and Matthew Tyler.  A loving Mother, Grandmother, Aunt, Sister and Friend.  Tracy is survived by her parents Aubrey Tyler (Martha), of Cloudcroft, NM, her children, LaTasha Wilcox (Brent) of Canyon, TX, Salina Saiz (Kevin) of Fort Sumner, NM, Jacob Saiz of Fort Sumner, NM, sister Cynthia Lorenz (Joe) of Roswell, NM, her brothers, Terry Tyler of Roswell, NM and Michael Tyler (Holly) of Roswell, NM, 3 grandchildren, Ryaah Saiz of Fort Sumner, NM, Clayton and Kade Wilcox of Canyon Texas, dear friends Wilma Tunis and Sheri Head of Fort Sumner, NM.  Other survivors include numerous Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephew, and many friends.
Services for Tracy Dawn Ramsey will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, July 26, 2021, at the Church of Christ in Fort Sumner, New Mexico with Thomas Oliver officiating. Cremation has taken place and burial of ashes will follow at the Fort Sumner Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Director’s Choice, LLC, 9316 Susan Ave, SE Albuquerque, NM  87123
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Robert Anthony Gurule - January 27, 1966 - April 30, 2021

Departed: 04/30/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: It is with great sadness that we share the news of the untimely and unexpected death of our beloved Robert A. Gurule. He is preceded in death by his mother Alice Varela. Robert leaves behind his wife Leslie Gurule, his children Amanda Gurule, Andres Bazan, Daniella Gutierrez, and Justina Lopez. Also surviving are his grandsons London and Rome Ramirez, and four siblings, Ramon Varela, Dolores Alarcon, Geraldine Baca, and Lawrence Gurule.
Robert was a skilled mechanic and faithful servant of his church. He dedicated his life to his faith, his work, and his family. He took great care and pride in his vehicles and enjoyed his long motorcycle rides. He was a proud member of Legacy church and saved countless souls in his time here on earth. We will never truly know the impact that he had on everyone's lives that he touched. Finally, Robert was a devoted family man and friend. He was the one constant in all of our lives and will be missed greatly.
Services for Robert A. Gurule will be held on Wednesday May 19th at 10:00 AM at Legacy Church East Campus located at 4701 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109.
Robert will be laid to rest on Saturday May 22nd at noon in Ojo Caliente next to his beloved Mother Alice.
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Robert "Deon" Santillanes - September 03, 1976 - March 16, 2021

Departed: 03/16/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: It is with great sadness that we share the unexpected passing of our Deon. He is preceded in death by his by his Grandparents; Raymond Diego and Evelyn Santillanes, Waldo Atencio and Ramona Davis.  He leaves behind his beloved wife of 17 years, Roberta Santillanes, his children Jake and Sophie.  He was the only child to his parents; Robert and Susan Santillanes, In-laws; Bob and Pat Beltran of Oxnard, CA, Godmother; Dinah Gurule and Grandfather; Glenn Davis and many other family members and dear friends.
Deon served in the U.S. Navy for eight years.  He was employed by Bernalillo County as an Environmental Compliance Specialist. He was a proud member of the North Valley Little League family.   He enjoyed coaching and being involved with his kids activities.  He made so many memories and life long friends during his lifetime.  He was an amazing father and husband and put his wife and kids first in everything he did.  He was a true treasure in this world and taken far too soon.  We will never stop missing him.
Services for Deon will be held on March 26th, 2021 at 9:00 AM at Holy Rosary Catholic Church.  Burial services at Vista Verde immediately following.
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Rebecca Jane Glover - June 22, 1960 - February 14, 2021

Departed: 02/14/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Rebecca Jane Glover, 60, was born to the late McRichey and Helen Dolores Peck Alsobrook on June 22, 1960, in Joplin, MO.
She graduated to glory on Valentines Day, Sunday, February 14, 2021 at her home after a lengthy illness.
Rebecca worked for oil and gas companies both in TX and NM, and has served as office manager for RESPEC for many years.  She is known for her proficiency and tenacity, her amazing ability to interact with others, and her willingness to accept any new task as a challenge. She, along with her husband, owned Director’s Choice Mortuary Services in Albuquerque since 2008.
Rebecca married her high school sweetheart, Craig Glover, on March 11, 1977 in Amarillo, TX.  They met on her 16th birthday and worked together at Dunkin Donuts.
The Glovers were blessed with three lovely daughters: Jennifer, Julie, and Grace, and son Jacob.
Friends were abundant and any friend was certain they had found a lasting treasure in her.
Rebecca enjoyed raising their children as a hands-on mother and ran a tight ship in her always-neat home.  She was an exemplary wife and mother, always going beyond the call of duty and creating such a homey atmosphere that produced a closely knit family.  Her children adored her for the love she exuded, influencing and molding them into the adults they would become.
For nearly 44 years, she was the whole center and focus of her husband’s very existence, and the object of his unending love. Although heartbroken, Craig proclaims that a true love story never ends.
She taught classes at church, and pastors were certain to call upon her help as they recognized her very apparent leadership skills.  A crowning satisfaction in Rebecca’s life was her long-standing weekly ladies Bible study group.  She threw herself into the study of God’s word and dug deeply to acquire much knowledge as a self-taught Bible teacher.  And yet the women were drawn even more by the heartfelt spiritual guidance they found at her Tuesday night meetings.  Such a fellowship sprang up in this tightknit group as the women became rooted in one another’s lives.  A deep level of covenant relationship sprouted among them as their love and caring flowed between them.  When one was moving, they would all come help pack.  These women came to depend on one another as surely as family members.
Everyone who knew Rebecca could not help but be taken by her beauty and grace, her class – and admiring her intelligence, her organizational skills, her amazing determination in whatever she set her hand to.
As such a multi-talented person who captivated our interest, she was, however, much more than the sum of all these characteristics.  Her deeper qualities of genuine concern for people – her long sessions of intense prayer and intercession for the needs of others – were ultimately what set her apart.  Rebecca was a true light set in a dark world – shining out the love of Jesus to those around her.  She influenced many lives, marking them forever.  She lived out her faith, and glorified God in life and in death with unshakeable resolve.  She showed us the heart of the Heavenly Father.  She will be dearly missed.
In addition to her parents, Rebecca is preceded in death by her brother, David Alsobrook of Nashville, TN, and brother-in-law, James Maloney of Argyle, TX.
She is survived by her husband, Craig; children Jennifer (Scott) Atkinson of Albuquerque; Jacob (Dodie) Glover of Tlapa de Comonfort, Mexico; Julie Goode of Grapevine, TX; and Grace (Ryan) Crume of Costa Mesa, CA.
Grandchildren: Landon Goode; Hannah, Abigail, Evelyn, and Caroline Glover; Lilli and Cannon Goode; sisters, Kathryn Nell Alsobrook of Fort Worth and Joy Maloney of Argyle, TX; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
A Celebration of her New Life will be held at 4:00 pm Thursday, February 18, at Faith Evangelical Free Church, 900 Southern Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho, NM  87124, with Pastor Mike McDonald, officiating.
Pallbearers and Honorary Pallbearers will be colleagues of Respec, the staff of Director’s Choice Mortuary Services and all of her family and friends.  A small reception will follow at the church. For those unable to attend, the service will be livestreamed.  (
An additional time of viewing for Rebecca will be held from 6-7:30 pm Friday, February 19, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. in Amarillo, TX  79109.
Rebecca will be laid to rest in Channing Cemetery, Channing, TX near family members.  A graveside service and committal will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, February 20, with Pastor Bob Miller officiating.
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Consuelo "Connie" Montoya - January 17, 1934 - January 27, 2021

Departed: 01/27/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Consuelo “Connie” Montoya January 17, 1934-January 27, 2021 (age 87)
Consuelo “Connie” Montoya was born January 17, 1934 in Ribera, New Mexico. She was a lifelong resident of New Mexico and parishioner of Holy Family Catholic Church. She passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband Bernardino “Benny” Montoya; her parents, Cipriano and Beatrice Dominguez; sisters, Alice Sandoval, Mela Vigil, Angie Serna, Evelyn “Lynn” Saintliness and Lorraine Townley . She is survived by her children David Dominguez, wife Theresa, Patricia Chavez-Myer, partner Billy Perrault; grandchildren, Melinda Dominguez, Justin Dominguez, Nadine Baca, David Myer and Amalia Alvarez; great-grandchildren Dominique “Nikki” Gomez, Summer Bee Alvarez and Brandi Mares; two great-great grandchildren, Maximus Munoz and Autumn Mares. Also surviving is one sister Juanita Lopez and three brothers, Cipriano “Pat” Dominguez, Michael Dominguez and wife Mary Ann, Wilfred Dominguez and wife Eloisa and numerous nieces and nephews who loved her dearly.  Connie spent most of her life caring for others and will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her and will forever be celebrated for the hard working and loving woman she was. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 9:00 a.m. on February 15, 2021 at Holy Family Catholic Church, 562 Atrisco Dr. SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105.
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William Owen Blodgett, Jr. - December 09, 1955 - January 25, 2021

Departed: 01/25/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: William Owen Blodgett, Jr., better known as Bill or Billy, was born December 9, 1955 in Bisbee, AZ to William O. Blodgett, Sr. and Gertrude Blodgett (Kuhn). He passed away on January 25, 2021 in Kirtland, NM. He was preceded in death by his brother, Hugh Allen Blodgett, both of his parents, and his wife of 34 years Sherry Blodgett (Myers). He is survived by his sister, Lura Ishmael (Blodgett). He was a loving father to his children Cassie Gilfert (Blodgett), Kellie Tillerson (Blodgett), Lee Blodgett, and stepsons Wayne Sexton, Shawn Brusin, and Timothy Brusin. Bill was a proud Grandpa to 15 grandchildren: Alyssa, Noah, Jacob, Lily, Abbie, Malachi, Isabella, Aurora, Aubryn, Rhiannyn, Laikyn, Cole, Jay, Gage, and Calee.  After graduating from Bisbee High School in 1973, Bill proudly served in the US Army as a SP4 Small Arms Repairman and spent time overseas in Germany and Cambodia. He then went on to receive his Associates Degree from San Juan College in Farmington, NM.  Bill was the local UPS driver and Union Steward in the Kirtland, NM area for over 30 years. He was an avid hunter and could often be found in the mountains scouting, hunting, and fishing. Bill and Sherry bred and raised show rabbits and were active 4-H leaders for many years. His love of rabbits was passed down to him from his father. Bill could make, build, fix, and create anything! He did his best to pass his skills and knowledge on to everyone he met, namely his kids and grandkids. In his later years, he took to caring for his Boer goats and his dogs, Maggie and Grizzy Bear. All will agree that "Wild Bill" was one of a kind. He will be missed by those who knew and loved him. Those interested in attending Celebration of Life services should reach out directly to the family for details.
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Elma Erlinda Lopez - September 13, 1953 - January 24, 2021

Departed: 01/24/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Elma Erlinda Lopez Born September 13, 1953 To Raymundo Lopez and Ester Sisernos In Arroyo Colorado, Manzano, New Mexico She leaves behind children: Gerald Lopez, Patrick Ornelas Wife Stacey Ornelas & kids- Mateo & Selena, Margarita Ornelas & kids- Gabriel, Wayne, Ayden. Ernie Ornelas Wife Teresa Ornelas & kids- Joseph, Naadia, Ernie Jr, and Rebecca. Maria Cole Husband Jason Cole & kids- Matthew and Maurice. Juan Lopez Jr. & kids- Mia & Angelo. Brandon Lopez, Joseph Siblings: Manuel Lopez, Juanita Chavez, Edward Lopez
Family she met in heaven: “Mom” Ester Sisneros Lopez, “Nana” Mauricia Serna, Juan A. Lopez, Guillermo E. Lopez, Baby Guillermo, Baby Elmo, Filomeno Sisneros. Special friends: Erwin & Margaret Sice Jr.,  Joe & Nahill Gowey, Brenda McCoy THE BEND IN THE ROAD Sometimes we come to life's crossroads And view what we think is the end, But God has a much wider vision
And He knows that it's only a bend. The road will go on and get smoother And after we've stopped for a rest, The path that lies hidden beyond us Is often the part that is best,
So rest and relax and grow stronger. Let go and let God share your load,
And have faith in a brighter tomorrow.
You've just come to a bend in the road. Helen Steiner Rice
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Dennis Marcus Valdez - September 25, 1988 - January 15, 2021

Departed: 01/15/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Dennis Marcus Valdez (D-Mac), 32, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, passed away on January 15th, 2021.
Dennis was born in Oakland, California on September 25th, 1988. He was a musician and artist who spent his life perfecting his trade. He made it a point to help those around him when he could and always loved unconditionally. His family and friends will remember him by his laugh, positive energy, and determination.
Dennis is survived by 7 brothers and sisters, and other family and friends.
The family of Dennis wishes to thank all those who have reached out and those who were good to their brother, uncle, and nephew while he was on earth.
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Manuel A. Torres - December 31, 1934 - January 07, 2021

Departed: 01/07/2021 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Manuel A. Torres was born on December 31, 1934, to Noe and Gregorita Torres of Chilili, NM, and went home to be with the Lord on January 7, 2021. He is survived by his eight children, Lynn Montano, Manuel Torres Jr, Rudy Torres and wife Liz, Dickie Torres and Marie, Florence Urioste and husband Tommy, Steve Torres, Michael Torres, Kathy Zamora, 13 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and two brothers. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 46 years, Rebecca Torres, daughter Doris Torres, son-in-law Ruben Montano, brothers Luis, Alfredo, Johnny, and sister Ruth. Manuel retired from the City of Albuquerque after 31 years of service, then enjoyed 36 years of retirement. He enjoyed his time hunting, fishing, playing his guitar, traveling, gardening, and spending time with his family. Manuel will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him and will forever be celebrated for the hard working, kind, and respected man he was.
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Shirley Ann Saavedra - September 25, 1955 - December 24, 2020

Departed: 12/24/2020 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: On Thursday, December 24, 2020, Shirley Ann Saavedra, loving daughter, wife, mother and friend, passed away at age 65.
Shirley was born on September 25, 1955, in Albuquerque, NM to Elias and Severa Nunez. She was a graduate of West Mesa High School and went on to lead a successful career as a Certified Optician for 45 years. She managed several optical stores and was a master of the craft before she retired in 2017. Shirley raised four daughters, Imelda, Amanda, Marlena, Abigail and her precious Yorkshire Terrier, Yoki.
On her spare time, Shirley handcrafted her own unique jewelry pieces. She had an amazing eye for this precise talent and often gave her pieces away instead of selling them. She was special in so many ways. She had a passion for helping others in need and would always put others first with countless acts of giving through kindness and gratitude. Her immense spiritual connection and faith to God was powerful and strong. She was an angel sent to us for protection. Shirley, was a beautiful, selfless, loving, caring, soul, and will live on through our memories as we forever hold them close to our hearts.
Shirley was preceded in death by her parents, Elias and Severa Nunez, her sister, Estella Bachicha, her brother, Eloy Nunez and her husband, Martin Saavedra. She is survived by her Yorkshire Terrier, Yoki, her four daughters, Imelda Torrez husband Leon,Amanda Brito husband Patrick, Marlena Medina and Abigail Chavez husband Elias Ortiz, her grandchildren, Leon Torrez, Ivan Torrez, Zane Torrez, Olivia Torrez, Andres Brito, Mercedes Brito, Louie Chavez, Angelica Medina, Jose A. Medina, Ariana Ortiz, Araceli Ortiz, great grandchildren, Oliver Chavez and Santiago Gallegos, her brothers, Daniel Nunez, Steve Nunez, her sisters Mary Agnes Mariscal, Gloria Valencia, several cousins’ nieces and nephews.
A mass and funeral service will be held at  San Martin de Porres church  January 14, 2021 11 Am, at Santuario De San Martin De Porres or listen on 88.1 FM from church parking lot, attendance is limited to only immediate family in church all are welcome in parking lot. Services will be live streamed on You tube at Santuario De San Martin De Porres.
The service will end at the church with a reception/celebration at a later date.
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Marina O. Benavidez - December 23, 1927 - December 23, 2020

Departed: 12/23/2020 (Albuquerque)
Obituary Preview: Marina O. Benavidez of Santa Fe, New Mexico passed away on her 93rd Birthday at home in the loving care of her daughter Rosella Garcia (Frank). Marina was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico to Rafael and Ruby Ortiz and settled in Albuquerque where she retired from the State of New Mexico.
Marina was a devout Catholic and prayed her rosary nightly at 7:30 p.m. sharp! She loved to travel, garden, and cook. She treasured time with her siblings, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren who called her "Grandma Grape" and friends that have become family thru the years whom will miss her deeply. She was the matriarch of generations and carried it strongly and proudly. Leaving us all with so much love and knowledge.
She is proceeded in death by her parents Rafael and Ruby Griego. Sons Edward and Michael Benavidez. Son-in-law David Anaya, Grandsons Mario Benavidez, Anthony and Matthew Anaya.  Brother Ralph Ortiz, Jr. Sisters Sophie Gonzalez, Margie Martinez, and Mary Helen (Nena) Espinosa. Whom she missed deeply and couldn't wait to be reunited with each and every one of them. We can only imagine what a beautiful reunion it was.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an obituary?

An obituary is a written notice that announces the death of a person, typically including their name, age, date of birth and death, and other biographical information. It often includes details about their life, achievements, and surviving family members.

Why are obituaries important?

Obituaries serve as a way to notify friends, family, and community members of a person's passing, allowing them to pay their respects and offer condolences. They also provide a sense of closure and help to celebrate the person's life.

Who writes an obituary?

Typically, the family of the deceased or a close friend writes the obituary. In some cases, a funeral home or mortuary may assist with writing the obituary.

What information should be included in an obituary?

A typical obituary includes the person's name, age, date of birth and death, place of residence, occupation, education, hobbies, achievements, and surviving family members. It may also include information about memorial services, donations, or other ways to honor the person's memory.

How long should an obituary be?

The length of an obituary can vary depending on the publication and the family's wishes. Typically, it ranges from a few sentences to several paragraphs.

Can I include photos in an obituary?

Yes, many publications allow you to include one or more photos with the obituary. This can be a meaningful way to personalize the notice and help people remember the person who has passed away.

How do I submit an obituary to a newspaper or online publication?

Contact the publication directly to learn their submission guidelines and deadlines. Some publications may have online forms or email addresses for submitting obituaries.

Is there a cost to publish an obituary?

The cost of publishing an obituary varies depending on the publication and the length of the notice. Some newspapers and online sites offer free or low-cost options, while others may charge by the word or line.

Can I write my own obituary in advance?

Yes, some people choose to write their own obituary in advance as a way to ensure that their life is celebrated in the way they want. This can also be a therapeutic exercise in reflecting on one's life and accomplishments.

What is the difference between an obituary and a death notice?

A death notice is a brief announcement of a person's passing, usually including only basic information such as name, age, and date of death. An obituary provides more detailed information about the person's life and legacy.

Can I include humor or personality in an obituary?

Absolutely! An obituary should reflect the person's personality and spirit. Including humorous anecdotes or quotes can make the notice more engaging and memorable.

How do I handle sensitive or difficult information in an obituary?

If there are sensitive issues or complicated relationships involved, it's best to approach the situation with tact and compassion. Consider seeking guidance from a trusted friend, family member, or professional counselor.

Can I include charitable donations or memorial funds in an obituary?

Yes, many families choose to include information about charitable donations or memorial funds in lieu of flowers. This can be a meaningful way to honor the person's memory and continue their legacy.

How long does it take for an obituary to be published?

The timeframe for publishing an obituary varies depending on the publication and their deadlines. Online publications may publish notices immediately, while print newspapers may take several days or weeks.

Can I make corrections or changes to an already-published obituary?

Contact the publication directly if you need to make corrections or changes to an already-published obituary. They may be able to make updates online or issue a correction in a future edition.

What is the purpose of an obituary archive?

An obituary archive is a collection of past obituaries that can be searched and accessed online. This resource can be helpful for genealogical research, historical purposes, or simply to revisit memories of loved ones who have passed away.

Can I find old obituaries online?

Yes, many online archives and databases offer access to old obituaries. You can try searching websites like,, or

How do I write an obituary for someone who was private or had a difficult life?

This can be a challenging task. Focus on celebrating the person's strengths and accomplishments while being respectful of their privacy. You may also consider seeking input from friends or family members who knew them well.

Can I include quotes or lyrics in an obituary?

Absolutely! Quotes or lyrics that were meaningful to the person can add depth and personality to the obituary.

How do I handle multiple marriages or complex family relationships in an obituary?

This can be a delicate situation. Be honest and respectful in your approach, acknowledging all spouses and family members while avoiding unnecessary detail or drama.

Can I include pets in an obituary?

Yes! Many people consider their pets to be part of their family. Including them in the obituary can be a touching tribute to their memory.

What is the role of social media in sharing obituaries?

Social media platforms have made it easier than ever to share news of a loved one's passing with friends and family. Many funeral homes and online publications also offer social media sharing tools for easy dissemination of the notice.

How do I cope with writing an obituary during a difficult time?

This can be an emotional task. Take your time, seek support from loved ones if needed, and focus on celebrating the person's life rather than dwelling on their passing.

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Jeffery Isleworth is an experienced eulogy and funeral speech writer who has dedicated his career to helping people honor their loved ones in a meaningful way. With a background in writing and public speaking, Jeffery has a keen eye for detail and a talent for crafting heartfelt and authentic tributes that capture the essence of a person's life. Jeffery's passion for writing eulogies and funeral speeches stems from his belief that everyone deserves to be remembered with dignity and respect. He understands that this can be a challenging time for families and friends, and he strives to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. Over the years, Jeffery has helped countless families create beautiful and memorable eulogies and funeral speeches. His clients appreciate his warm and empathetic approach, as well as his ability to capture the essence of their loved one's personality and life story. When he's not writing eulogies and funeral speeches, Jeffery enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and traveling. He believes that life is precious and should be celebrated, and he feels honored to help families do just that through his writing.