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BOVINA MAN DIES
Funeral services were held at the Pleasant Hill cemetery
Sunday for Monroe J. Inman, 55, of Bovina, with C. V. Steed in charge.
Inman, a Texas highway department employee, died at 2 p.m., Saturday.
Clovis News Journal - Monday February 9, 1931.
L. Z. Inman Rites Are Set For Monday
The Body of L. Z. Inman, who died Tuesday in Portland,
Ore., will arrive at Steed Funeral Home Saturday afternoon. Inman had lived in
Bovina, Tex., and Pleasant Hill before moving to Portland ten years ago. He was
employed by the Mallery Hotel there.
Inman was the nephew of the Dan Griggs and Dick O'Neals of Clovis and is also survived by his wife, Marie, and his mother, Mrs. Nora McCuan, both of Portland.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 Monday afternoon from Charles V. Steed Memorial Chapel and burial will be in Mission Garden of Memories.
Names as pallbearers are Billy and Jimmy R. Briggs, Lawrence Ishmael and Willard O'Neal and Herbert Barris.
Clovis News Journal - October 4, 1957
Helen P. Jose, 93, a long time resident of Ft. Davis, Texas, died in Albuquerque, on Friday, June 5, 1998. She is survived by her daughters, Alice Hack and husband, Bill of
Ft. Davis, TX, Martha Heitmann and husband, Dale, and Jane
Inman and husband, Joe all of Albuquerque, Stella Wible and husband, Donnie Seagoville, TX; four grandchildren, Tammy Resmini and husband, Mark and Ken Heitmann of Littleton, CO, Bill Hack and wife, Ruby of
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, and Steven Hack of Memphis, TN; four great-grandchildren, Derek and Alyssa Resmini, Alex and Elise Hack, and a nephew and a niece. She was preceded in death by her husband, of 52 years, Dr. Paul D. Jose in 1989; her parents; a brother, Bert; two sister, Ruth Morris and Mildred Porter; and a granddaughter, Jennifer Inman. Helen May Porter was born April 7, 1905, in Great Falls, MT, the eldest daughter of Bert Warren and Annie Brawner Porter. She received a Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree in Mathematics form Carlton College in Northfield, MN. She did her doctoral work in Astronomy at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. She married Dr. Paul Douglass Jose, June 17, 1937 in Pittsburg, PA. Helen taught Astronomy at Mt. Holyoke College in MA; Calculus at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; Mathematics and Biology at Ft. Davis High School, Ft. Davis, TX and Mathematics and Astronomy at the Alamogordo High School in Alamogordo, NM. She served as a volunteer lecturer at the 82 inch telescope at McDonald Observatory,
Ft. Davis, TX while the family lived there. Helen held various offices in both the Order of the Eastern Star and Delta Kappa Gamma. She was also a member of the Daughter of the American Revolution. She was a member of the Ft. Davis Methodist Church. Her main interests included piano, organ, genealogy and gardening. Services will be held on Tuesday, June 9, 1998 at 10:00 a.m. at Trinity Temple of God, 5700 Ouray Rd. NW, with Dr. J. Mack Barnard officiating. Graveside services will be held at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Ft. Davis, TX on Friday, June 12, 1998 at 9:00 a.m. with Rev. Ernie Vineyard officiating. A special thanks to
John Rowland of French Mortuary for his assistance and the staff of Coddingtion Residential Home for their loving care and everyone that helped. The family requests in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Ft. Davis First United Methodist Church, Ft. Davis, TX, 79734, of Delta Kappa Gamma, Beta Iota Chapter Scholarship Fund, P. O. Box 1589, Austin, TX, 78797-1589. Arrangements are being handled by French Mortuary,
University Blvd. Chapel, 1111 University Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM, and Geeslin Funeral Home in Alpine, TX.
Source: The Albuquerque Journal, June 7, 1998
Mother's Death Spurs Son To Sue Roswell Hospital
Saranna Inman, 63, died of complications from a perforated colon on Jan. 28, while under care of doctors at the medical center, according to the suit.
The suit was filed in December by Inman's son, Dan Frazier. It alleges that three doctors at the hospital failed to "assess, evaluate, stabilize and treat" her medical condition.
The suit identifies the doctors as Gregory G. Dupulos, William F. Briney and Robert Gervais. They and the medical center are named as defendants.
After Inman was admitted to the hospital, Dupulos, Briney and Gervais all made errors that constitute medical negligence, according to the suit.
Frazier's attorney, Roger Eaton, said Monday that one of the reasons why Inman was misdiagnosed was that doctors initially treated her condition as a psychiatric problem. Doctors at the hospital knew that Inman's husband had committed suicide on New Year's Eve 1998, only weeks earlier, he said.
"They directed their energies toward a psychiatric problem and not a medical problem," he said. "They admitted her to the Sunrise Unit which is the psychiatric unit of the Eastern New Mexico Medical Center."
Gervais' attorney, Kathleen Horan, said Monday that Inman was initially treated at the hospital Jan. 8 for delirium due to an overdose of Elavil and Serax, two psychotropic medications she was taking at the time.
"Mrs. Inman came into the hospital suffering from a delirium that was caused by an overdose of psychotropic medications," Horan said.
"There were no clinical indications of an underlying medical problem."
Horan said Inman was treated for a legitimate psychiatric problem at the time she was admitted.
"She did have a psychiatric problem, and she came in on a drug overdose," Horan said.
According to the lawsuit: Inman was admitted to the hospital Jan. 8 with complaints of
"lower abdominal pain, a fever and an inability to urinate." At the time of her admittance, Inman had a distended abdomen and a 101 degree fever.
The mistakes allegedly made by Dupulos include failing to "recognize and diagnose the cause of the abdominal pain and distention" and to "order the diagnostic tests, including a CBC
(complete blood count) that would have alerted him to a disease process going on."
Mistakes allegedly made by Briney include failing to "recognize the abdominal distention that was present during his examination" and failing to follow through on information in prior records "and order the CBC."
After Gervais ordered a CBC to evaluate Inman's white blood cell count, he allegedly failed to review the results. Those results "were abnormal and would have led to earlier intervention for the acute abdomen," according to the suit.
Eaton said Monday if medical action were taken by doctors after reviewing Inman's white blood cell count, it could have saved her life.
"It should have raised a red flag, because the white blood cell count was very high," Eaton said. " It's something that was treatable."
But Horan said Gervais never got the results of Inman's CBC and therefore could not act on them.
Briney's attorney, Ronald W. Henkel, declined to comment. Dupulos' attorney, Michael J. Dekleva, could not be reached for comment Tuesday. But both have filed separate responses to Frazier's complaint, denying that their clients committed medical negligence.
Rod Schumacher, an attorney for the medical center, said Monday he will file a response denying all charges against the hospital.
"We will deny any wrongdoing in connection with the lady's death," he said.
Fraizer's suit seeks a jury trial in Sandoval County to recover unspecified damages for Inman's wrongful death, including "compensatory damages, prejudgment interest, costs" and other relief.
Source: Albuquerque Journal - December 29, 1999, page 1
Thomas J. Lane Sr.
A memorial service for Thomas Jack Lane Sr., 69, of Hobbs, is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Griffin Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Tracy Roby officiating.
Cremation will take place at a later date.
Mr. Lane died on Saturday, Jan. 6, at Lea Regional Medical Center.
He was born Sept. 4, 1931, in Monroe, Okla., and grew up in Shafter, Calif.
A U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War, Lane married Marie Bowey on April 13, 1952, in Denver, Colo.
After moving to Hobbs, he worked for Ince Oil Co. and the city of Hobbs Street Department. He retired from the Lea County Road Department.
Mr. Lane is survived by his wife, of the home; one son, T. J. Lane of Hobbs; one daughter, Patty Landrum of Sparks, Okla.; two brothers, Eddie Lane of Shafter, Calif., and Billy Wayne Lane of Mulberry, Ark.; one sister, Elnora Inman of Anchorage; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Mr. Lane was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Vivian Sexton.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association.
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Mrs. Nellie I. Parker, 86, a resident of New Mexico, passed away on June 9, 2000. Mrs. Parker was born on February 14, 1914, near Blanchard, Oklahoma in McLain County. Her parents were Charlie and Katie Inman. Mrs. Parker is survived by her grandchildren, Roddy Lee Strickland of Albuquerque, Saunja Gayle Strickland of Arizona, Debra Mae Strickland of Albuquerque, Keno Strickland of Washington and Marvin Strickland of Washington. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Katie L. Inman; her late husband, Charles Jake Parker; a son, Francis Lee Strickland; two brothers, Douglas Murphy Inman and Dee Eugene Inman. A visitation will be held Tuesday morning, from 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., in the Gabaldon Memorial Chapel, 1000 Old Coors Rd. NW. Interment will follow at the Cloride Cemetery in Cloride, NM. Pallbearers will be Roddy Strickland, Donald Luna, Nick Ortega and Elerico Gurule. Gabaldon Mortuary, 1000 Old Coors Dr. SW, in charge of the arrangements.
Albuquerque Journal 6/12/2000
CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO - ABSTRACTS OF OBITUARIES
INMAN BEATRICE 76 SEPTEMBER 16 1988
INMAN DEE EUGENE 75 JULY 7 1987
INMAN ELIZABETH MRS. 44 DECEMBER 20 1978
INMAN ELIZABETH MRS. 44 DECEMBER 21 1978
INMAN GARY ALLEN MR. 24 NOVEMBER 16 1971
INMAN IRA THOMAS 81 JUNE 25 1989
*INMAN L. Z. MR. OCTOBER 4 1957
INMAN MARIE 72 JULY 17 1989
INMAN MARIE 72 JULY 18 1989
*INMAN MONROE J. 55 FEBRUARY 9 1931
INMAN SHERMAN OCTOBER 6 1991
INMAN -- A. Clyn Inman, 85, a resident of Albuquerque for 49 years, native New Mexican, and a resident of Oahu, Hawaii for 2 years, died Tuesday, May 11, 2004. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Earlene Lerke Inman; children, Kay Hermanson and husband, Tom of Oahu, HI and Scott Clyn Inman and wife, Bridgette of Las Cruces, NM; grandchildren, Shane Hill Ph.D of Santa Cruz, CA, Lt. Trace Hill of San Diego, CA, and Erika Inman of Albuquerque; sisters, Dolly Wicker and husband, Robert of Carlsbad and Jackie Chafin of Albuquerque; brother-in-law, James Lerke and wife, Elsie of Tucumcari, NM; numerous nieces and nephews; and many, many, many friends. Clyn was a veteran of WWII, having served in the US Navy aboard the USS Nevada and then was the Comptroller for the Mossman Gladden for 32 years. Clyn was always involved in civic projects and his church. Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be held Thursday, 2:00 p.m., at Los Altos Christian Church, 11900 Haines NE. French Mortuary 1111 University Blvd. NE 843-6333