Obituaries

Mon
26
Jun

OBIT: Mary Sue Arledge

Mary Sue Arledge, precious wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend passed away peacefully June 24, 2017. 
A memorial service will be held Tuesday, June 27, at 11 a.m. at the Ozona Church of Christ. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Online condolences can be made at kerbowfuneralhome.com.
She had a love for God, her family and people that was unparalleled and she never met a stranger.  Sue was born Mary Susan Harvey to Phil and Winnie Harvey on August 6, 1930. She and her sister Betty Lou, shared a happy childhood living throughout West Texas while her father worked for the Humble Oil Company. 
In 1947, while away at school, she fell for a young rancher, which began her 70-year love with Larry Arledge. Life at the ranch was a definite adjustment, but somewhere in those first few years, she learned to cook, work and developed a deep love for the land. 

Tue
20
Jun

Joe Fredrick Bean

Joe Fredrick Bean, 86, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 18, 2017, in Crockett County. He was born on September 24, 1930, to George James Bean and Vada Jenkins Bean. Joe grew up loving the ranch in Crockett County, where he lived most of his life. He attended high school in San Angelo and enjoyed playing football for the San Angelo High Bobcats. One of his fondest memories of that time was when his football team traveled to Mexico City to play against their local team. While attending high school in San Angelo, Joe met Marolyn Powell. The two were married on September 5, 1950. Joe served in the U.S. Army from 1952 to 1954 in Japan and Korea; he was discharged at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, in July, 1954. At that time, he and Marolyn returned to the ranch and started a family. God placed Joe in the perfect location to provide for his family and he was happiest when he and his “sweetheart” were cruising the ranch roads.

Tue
20
Jun

Jose Torres Jurado

Jose Torres Jurado, known to his friends and family as “Compita” was called home on Friday June 16, 2017. Joe was born in Fabens, Texas to Timoteo and Josephina Jurado on April 2, 1957. Joe moved to Ozona where he made his home. He met Rebecca Ybarra in June and they have been together for 25 years. Joe worked at West Texas Weed Wash before moving to work at Pikes Peak South Weed Wash, where he has been for 16 years and made many of his friends there. So many of the oilfield and ranch workers, knew Joe for his time working at the weed wash. He was preceded in death by his dad Timoteo Jurado, his son John David Jurado and his granddaughter Desiah Jurado his father and mother-in-law George and Rosita Ybarra.

Mon
19
Jun

OBIT: Jose Torres Jurado

Jose Torres Jurado, known to his friends and family as “Compita” was called home on Friday June 16, 2017. Joe was born in Fabens, Texas  to Timoteo and Josephina Jurado on April 2, 1957. Joe moved to Ozona where he made his home. He met Rebecca Ybarra in June and they have been together for 25 years. Joe worked at West Texas Weed Wash before moving to work at Pikes Peak South Weed Wash, where he has been for 16 years and made many of his friends there. So many of the oilfield and ranch workers, knew Joe for his time working at the weed wash. 
He was preceded in death by his dad Timoteo Jurado, his son John David Jurado and his granddaughter Desiah Jurado his father and mother-in-law George and Rosita Ybarra.  

Mon
19
Jun

OBIT: Joe Fredrick Bean

Joe Fredrick Bean, 86, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 18, 2017, in Crockett County.  He was born on September 24, 1930, to George James Bean and Vada Jenkins Bean.
Joe grew up loving the ranch in Crockett County, where he lived most of his life.  He attended high school in San Angelo and enjoyed playing football for the San Angelo High Bobcats.  One of his fondest memories of that time was when his football team traveled to Mexico City to play against their local team. 

Tue
30
May

Michael (Mikey) Ybarra Jr.

On May 30, 2014 Michael Ybarra Jr (Mikey) graduated from Ozona High School and three very short years later, on May 28, 2017 our beloved Mikey graduated from this life and was welcomed into the gates of Heaven. Funeral Services will be held today, May 31, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Lima Cemetery. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Mikey, 21, was born on October 2, 1995 in San Angelo, Texas. He was a member of OLPH Catholic Church where he was an alter server and member of the youth group. As mentioned before, he was a graduate of Ozona High School Class of 2014. While attending school he was active in all sports: football, basketball, baseball and track. Upon graduating high school, he attended Howard College in San Angelo, Texas. After a year in San Angelo, Mikey decided his heart belonged home with his family. He began working alongside his dad, grandpa, and other family members in Barnhart, Texas.

Tue
30
May

Eustolia Gutierrez Villarreal

Eustolia Gutierrez Villarreal, 86, died May 26, 2017 in Ozona. Funeral Services was held Monday, May 29, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Burial followed in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements are by Kerbow Funeral Home. Online Condolences can be made at www.kerbowfuneral-home.com She was born April 16, 1931 to Pedro and Soledad Gutierrez. Eustolia was a caring and loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She will always be remembered for her unconditional love and for always going the ‘extra mile’ to be there in time of need for her parents and all her siblings. She was ‘Ama’ to all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and ‘Tata’ to her special niece, Blanca Martinez.

Tue
30
May

Ignacia Torres De Dominguez

Mrs. Ignacia Torres De Dominguez, 59, of Carl E. Hefner Lane, Taylorsville, passed away Thursday, May, 25, 2017 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Mrs. Dominguez was born July 31, 1957 in Monterrey, Mexico the daughter of the late Nicolas Torres and Soccorro Villenuva Torres. She had owned and operated her own restaurant and was a member of New Life Church of God in Ozona, Texas. Including her parents, she was preceded in death by: her husband, Jose Dominguez; a brother, Ernesto Torres; two sisters, Maria Puente and Apolinia Dominguez. Those left to cherish her memory include: two daughters, Maribel Manosalva and husband, William, of Ozona, Texas, Beatriz Dominguez and husband, Felipe, of Taylorsville; three grandchildren; three sisters, Romana Balderas, Paula Dominguez, Josephina Dominguez; a brother, Martin Torres. Funeral service was Tuesday, May 30, at Iglesia Bautisa Nueva Vida with burial following in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home.

Tue
16
May

Francisco S. Moran

Francisco S. Moran died May 10, 2017. Funeral service was held Saturday, May 13, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. He was born May 11, 1942 to Martin and Denise Moran. Kiko went to heaven and was met by his beloved son, Jeremy Lee Moran, parents, Martin and Denise Moran, and brother, Florencio "Cecho" Moran. He is survived by his wife, Gloria Moran; son, Francisco M. (Frankie) Moran; daughters, Judy Flores, Jacqulyn Galindo and Frances Moran; brothers, Joe Moran, Rudy "Popo" Moran, Eleno Moran and their families. Kiko had 10 grandchildren, along with many great-grandchildren that he left behind and will miss him dearly along with many other family members and friends. Pallbearers were: Brian Castro, Simon Garza, Ryan Miller, Phil Castro, Anthony Tambunga, Joe Ortiz, Mingo Padilla and Sammy Perez. Honorary Pallbearers were: Gabriel Longoria III and Randy Ruiz.

Tue
09
May

Rosalio O. 'Chalo' Galindo

Rosalio O. "Chalo" Galindo died May 3, 2017 in San Angelo.

Funeral service was Friday May 5, 2017 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial following in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements are by Kerbow Funeral Home.

Chalo was born March 15, 1938.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Eginio and Soledad Galindo; sister Nestora Villarreal; and brother Andrew Galindo.

Survivors include his wife, Aurora Galindo; daughters Melinda Galindo and Wilma Vargas; sons Eddie Galindo and Matthew Galindo; brother Alonzo Galindo; and sisters, Lucia Williams, Cruz Garcia, Veva Vargas and Rosie Ochoa.

Pallbearers were: Cole Crenwelge, Russell Crenwelge, Paul De La Garza, Brian Scott, Erik Talamantez and Angel Salas.

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