• Donald Bartram

    Donald E. Bartram of Albuquerque, born in Bethesda, Md. on July 24, 1937, passed away suddenly on March 30.
    After eight years in the Air Force attached to AFTAC, he spent 30 years working at Los Alamos National labs. He was known by friends and community as an exceptional artist.
    He is survived by his wife Evelyn; three children: Sharon Davidson, Scott Bartram, Brian Bartram; and three grandchildren: James Davidson, Curtis Davidson and Abbie Davidson. He will be greatly missed by loved ones and others whose lives he touched.

  • Saundra Riebe

    July 7, 1943 to April 8, 2012
    It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my mother Sandy Riebe, 68, on April 8. My mother was a beautiful, kind and honest person. I will never get over the loss of my mother but I’m so relieved that she is free from illness and pain.  She touched many lives in her 68 years in Los Alamos and Española, including many of those years spent working at Española Hospital.
    She loved living in the Valley. She and I would spend long hours hiking and marveling at the beauty that we lived in. Mom has seven brothers and sisters: Jay, Shelly, Lorraine, Debbie, Joe, Chuck and Bruce, who all share my grief and joy that she is someplace better.

  • Thomas Gail Kyle

    Thomas Gail Kyle, 75, passed away April 5  surrounded by family.  He is survived by his wife, Virginia Hamilton; and daughters: Winona Clark (Kevin) and children Kyle, Ryan, Tyler and Sarah; and Janett McKee (Frank) and children Megan, Silas and Emily.
    He worked at Los Alamos National laboratories for 15 years.  
    Arrangements at Ted Dickey in Plano, Texas. The memorial service is at 2 p.m. April 10 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1324 W. Exchange, Allen, Texas. Burial pending at Crown Hill Cemetery, Wadsworth Blvd. and W. 29th Ave., Wheat Ridge, C.O. 80033.


  • Max Newman

    Max Gene Newman, 83, of Los  Alamos died peacefully on March 22. He was born in Lawrence, Kan. to the late Joseph E. Newman and Iona M. McNaughton.
    Max retired from the Los Alamos National Laboratory after 40 years as a glass blower and served in the United States Army from 1953 to 1955. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Joseph E. Newman, Jr. and David Weldon Newman. He is survived by his sister Linda G. Nemish (Charles); six nieces: Jeanine Both, Denise Morgan, Cheryl Newman, Connie Haxton, Carla Farias and Cathy Vincent; as well as other relatives.

  • Donald Oschwald

    Donald L. A. Oschwald, 88, of Los Alamos died March 29 at his home where he resided for 32 years.  

  • Patricia Evans

    Patricia Flynn Evans, age 79, of Sugar Land TX passed away peacefully surrounded by family on April 2, 2012.
    Pat was born June 16, 1932 in Brooklyn, N.Y. to Francis and Louise Flynn. She is survived by her loving husband of 56 years Albert E. Evans; her children Keith Evans, Andrea Evans Beck and Hilary Evans; and grandchildren Corbin and Shannon Smith, and Alexis and Shelby Evans. She is preceded in death by her daughter Leslie Evans Smith.

  • Cheri Host

    Cheryl (Cheri) Host passed away on March 29 after a three-year struggle with ovarian cancer.  A service celebrating Cheri’s life will be at 3 p.m. April 22 at the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (1738 N. Sage St.), followed by a reception at the Los Alamos Senior Center.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sage Cottage Montessori Preschool (142 Meadow Lane) or to the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos.

  • Roy C. Feber Jr.

    Dr. Roy C. Feber, Jr., 91, a resident of Kennebunk, Maine, passed away peacefully, with his family at his side, on March 29 at Southern Maine Medical Center after a brief illness.
    Dr. Feber was born in Lincoln, Neb. on Oct. 19, 1920, the son of Roy Chester and Helen Lucille (Easter) Feber, Sr. He attended Lincoln schools, graduating from Lincoln High School in 1938 and attended the University of Nebraska, earning his bachleor’s degree in chemistry.  He went on to attend the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago Ill. and the University of California, where he earned his doctorate in chemistry.

  • Rosemary Ledbetter

    January 23, 1916 – March 4, 2012
    Rosemary Ledbetter, 96, passed away peacefully on March 4 in Fruita, Colo., surrounded by her loving and devoted family. She was born in Charleston, Ark. to parents Claude and Virginia Mitchell.
    She was always a devoted wife and mother, who loved dancing, sewing and making clothes for her family, as well as working with people.
    She is survived by her two sons, James Ledbetter  (Barbara); Keith Ledbetter (Stella); sister and housemate of 20 years Peggy Mitchell; granddaughters: Kathy Fulton (Doug); Carolyn Helland (Greg); Sherrie Miller (Mike); step-grandsons: Dan Nicol and Jeff Nicol (Tiffany); and 11 great-grandchildren.

  • Robert J. Grieggs

    Robert J. Grieggs, 77, passed away March 24. To view information or leave a condolence, visit danielsfuneral.com. Robert’s care has been entrusted to: Daniels Family Funeral Services, 2400 Southern Blvd., Rio Rancho,  N.M. 87124, 505-891-9192.