Tiofilo Duran (Rancher - Obit)
Tiofilo Duran Dies Here Today Tiofilo Duran, 79, resident of this section for 20 years, died at the family home today after a lengthy illness. Final rites have tentatively been set for Sunday afternoon. Flit they Funeral Homo in charge. Mr. Durun formerly operated livestock interests in the St. Johns, Aiizona section, until forced to re- lire due to advancing age and ill health. Thc body will Ho in state until funeral time, nt the home of Abel Ortega, a son-in-law, 700 West Ma- Ion cy. Survivors aside from the widow, include five daughters, Mrs. Atwl Ortega, Mrs, Lolario Ortega, Mrs. 13. D. Ortega, Mrs. Ju;m JaromiJJu, all of Gallup; Mrs. Jose Thais, of Los Angeles; two sons, Miguel, of Gallup and Leo of Corpus Christ i, Texas; three brothers, Arisman Duran, McNary, McNary, Ariz.; Salaimm Duran, anil Fred Duran, St. Johns; and two sisters, sisters, Mrs. Francisco Apodnca. Cu- chio, N. M.; and Mrs. Alfredo Jitm- tniilo, Hot Springs. i j !