Obituary of Isaac C. Garcia
Gu rein Isaac C. Garcia, 73, lifelong resident and a retired farmer of Dona Ana, died at his home Tuesday evening. Mr. Garcia was born Jan. 4, 13M and had heen a prominent businessman and farmer in the Dona Ana area for over 41) years. A prayer service will be held al 7:30tonight at Gel?. Funeral Home Chapel with funeral services scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday al the El Calvario Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Hillcresl Memorial Gardens wilh the Rev. Raul Perralcs, pastor of Templo Spanish Assembly of God Chnrch, officiating. He is survived by his widow, Victoria, Dona Ana; five daughters: Angelina Lucero, Dona A n a ; Emma Chavez, Rockville, Md.; Elodia Garcia. Mary Jane Garcia, holh of Dona Ana; Yclanda Gonzales, Las Cruces; three sons: Raymundo Garcia, Pallbearers a r e : Chavez, Kay Garcia Jr., Garcia, David Garcia, Hufio Misquez, and Fred Baca, grandsons and nephews. Arrangements by Getz Funeral Home. McCain Emily K. McCain. H4, a former longtime resident of Mesquile, died in El Paso Thursday. She had been a resident of El Paso for 12 years and was a member the Seventh Day Advcnlist Churrh. ''Â·.-, '?Â·'.'.Â· :':"Â·.'.$Â·::' Ana; l.croy Garcia, Chicago, III., and Jerry Garcia, Dona Ana; 23 grand- children and four great- grandchildren. McCain.