Victoriano Cavazos - obit
Deaths and Funerals Rodoifo C. Delgado Rodolfo C. Delgado, 39, died at 1 a.m. today in a local hospital after an illness of three months. He lived at 3123 Lanier Drive. --LJ-- v ...,,Â£ ti pariner in the .er-Delgado Taxidermy Co. of Kingsville. A native of Corpus Christi, he was graduated from Miller High School and worked as a boy for the Zirch- er Taxidermy Co. here. A veteran of World War II he later had his own taxidermy shop on Agnes Street. Last year he formed his partnership with Hiblcr. Survivors are his wife, Angelila H.; a daughter, Angie Delgado; two sons, Adan and Rodolfo Delgado Jr., all of Corpus , Chrisli; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dario Delgado of Corpus Christi; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Trevino and Mrs. Elvi-, ra D. Garza, both of Corpus 1 Christi, and Mrs. Josephine Ramon of Orange, Calif., and five brothers, Santos and Guadalupe Delgado, both of A z u s a , Calif., Dave Delgado of On tar- Son, Calif., Mike, a city policeman here, and Arturo Delgado, coach at Miller High School. Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Service., will announce funeral arrangements. all of Agua Dulce; two broth ers, Alfred Cavazos of Agua Dulce and Gabriel Cavazos o 1 Hart, Mich.; a sister, Mrs. N Rebecca Cavazos of Corpus Christi, 14 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Billy Richardson Billy Ray Richardson, 39, of tOO Callicoate Road, died at 11:55 p.m. yesterday in a Robstown hospital after a short illness. Richardson was principal at .alallett Junior School for 17 years and was a graduate of University of Corpus Christi He was- a veteran of World War "e was a member of the Surviving are his wife, Ruth A-; two daughters, Molly Janice and Ramie Lynn Richardson; L Shnnn ,L. bnoop Funeral services for Robert Funeral Chapel with burial in Rose Hill Memorial Park. The former owner of Shoop's Grill for 25 years, he retired in 1958. He died yesterday in a local nursing home after a lengthy illness. Shoop also once operated the Co/fee Cove on Shoreline, the Dragon Grill and the Town and Country Restaurant on Alameda. He was past president of the Texas Restaurant Association and a past director of the National Restaurant Association. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Margaret M.; a son, Robert L. Shoop Jr. of Houston; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Calhoun of Garden City, Kan., and Mrs. Mary Goodbary of Chandler, Okla., and a grandchild. Anastatic Robles Anastado Robles, 53, of 712 Dolores, died at 7:50 p.m. yesterday in a local hospital after a short illness. A resident of Nueces County 50 years, Robles was a retired laborer. He was born in Mexico Angelus Funeral Home wil announce funeral arrangements Survivors are Ms wife, Geronima; three sons, all of'Corpus r^Kr-iot; r*:ii,~.L*. Â» " _ i . r _ , r - r i Â· ' '' nima; three sons, all of "Corpus -f li ? a ^ ri ,f k ' a stu ^ent at T Christi, Gilbert, Antonio and s A1 Colle g e ^ Kingsville. , , of Corpus Christi, Mrs! Consuelo Lugo, Mrs. Frank Salinas, Mrs Beto Gloria, Mrs. Manuel Rod- Â·nguez, Mrs. Clemente Reyna , . o TM and Miss Paula Robles- two ir' V a llfel TMg resident of brothers, Felipe Robles of Cor- P e . died yesterday after pus Christi and Cipriano Robles ? S "Â° rt11lllness . will be announced cf Richardson; a half-sister ^V "^er-Mora Funeral Home. Mrs. Josef . She 1S su rvived by her husband; two Daughters, Mrs. OtQia Mrs. Josefa Robles of Corpus Ross L Perry o f v n brother Set J TT i, * O f BerM germJfy Rlchardson Mrs. Ben F ' ROBSTOWN. -- Funeral ser- vices for Mrs - Ben F - Ellis 76, who died yesterday after a s ^ llln ess, will be at 10 a m Â¥ First Melhodist lls had llv ? d h ere the past five years. She was born Bee Survivors are her husband- two sons, Wilbur E. Shipp of Banquete and Dan Shipp of Bishop; three sisters, Mrs. Susis Baldeschierler of San Patricio, Mrs Cynthia Gregorcyk of Banquete and Mrs. Ellen Dean of Kerrville; four grandchildren and a great-grandson. Burial will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Glenwood Cemetery in Beeville under direction of Robstown Funeral Home. Tweet Kilparrick SINTON. - Funeral sendees , TM r Kilpatrick, 56, will be p.m. tomorrow at Goodwin Funeral Chapel.' A native of San Angelo Kilpatrick had lived in Sinton most of his life. He was a 21-year ploye of the Plymouth and Mar- Oil companies and was a "- of the Sinton Church Kilpatrick died yesterday at his home after a sudden illness Surviving are his wife, Faye and three sons, Jerry T. Kil- Angelus FunerafHonie'^wiii w 0tnck v, of . . H Â°uston, Jackie mounce funeral arrangements ; Â£ n f ^Patrick with the Army Oniini-FX!,*.', ,,.; * Â· _ Â·? . j-Â» - ' In l^fmimnnc 1 n*i nÂ»^a T; * my p?i "i Â· ' G? '' and J TMrnie a ^ ri ,f k ' a stu ^ent at Tex- . Nelson Josiin Jr. Funeral arrahge- for Mrs. Nelson Joslin 62, a lifelong resident of _ ,, j^vwrft^u v/i \j\Sl LJUo L j J *Â»^-J, JlUiJ Christi, and 12. grandchildren band; two daughters, Mrs. Otilia \r . - - Â·'Â· ' \- Cav azos of Agua Dulce and V i c r o r i a n o CavazOS Mrs - B eatriz Joslin of Alice; six AGUA DULCE. - The Ros- X .Tosrand 0 Jes n us 0 J f aime 0 Jos' ary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. hn both of Globe Ariz ami today at .Walker-Mora Funeral Manuel, Armando and Rene Chapel m Alice for Victoria- -Toslin, all of Alice- a brother no Cavazos. 70. who diprl v^. George .Timlin n t T ,,,,! . ,,: no Cavazos, 70, who died yesterday after a short illness. Funeral-services will be at 5 p.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Alice with burial in New Collins Cemeterv there. J Cavazos was a retired foreman for the King Ranch, near Agua Dulce, and had lived al! his life on La Puerta section of the ranch. Surviving are his wife, Maria- four daughters, Mrs. Olivia-Valdez, Mrs. Minerva Deanda Mrs. Delia Lopez and Miss Es- .7 -- Â«* i^nvt, a. tuuuier George Joslin of Lockney; 25 grandchildren, and seven great- grandchildren. John W. Breeding _ .INGLESID.E. - Funeral sen'- ices.for John Wilson Breeding 51, owner and operator of Corner Cafe here, will be at 2 p.m. t o m o r r o w at Marshall Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Prairie View- Cemetery in A r a n s a Breeding was dead on arrival at a Corpus Christi hospital yesterday.