Survivors include his wife; two sons, Ruben Ramirez Jr. of Lubbock and Gasper Ramirez of Olton; two daughters, Laura Ramirez of Olton and Melissa Ramirez of Midland; three brothers, Humberto Ramirez, Adan Ramirez and Efren Ramirez, all of Chihuahua; three sisters, Eva Ramirez and Maria Ramirez, both of Chihuahua and Estella Magallanes of Levelland; three stepsons, Pete Cervantez of Dumas, Marcelino Cervantez of Odessa and Santiago Cervantez of Hereford; a stepdaughter, Claudia Rincon of Juarez; and 13 grandchildren.
Glenn was born Dec. 20, 1919, in Nevada, Mo., to James Harvey and Myrtle Florence Emery Baskett, the youngest of eight children. The family moved to their Hartley County farm when he was six. He was raised in the Panhandle and was a graduate of Hartley High School. Army during World War II. He later obtained a business certificate from Draughons Business College. He worked as a plant manager for many years in the dry cleaning industry in Amarillo and retired in November 2006, when he was 86.
Mr. Martin was born Aug. 24, 1933, in Estacado to Acklas and Madgie Ethel Martin. He graduated from Lorenzo Public School and then attended college nike metcon dsx flyknit at Texas Tech University where he earned a bachelor's degree in math and physics. He was a member of Phi Delta Kappa. Army at Fort Bliss as a Nike missile instructor. He taught at Amarillo High School from 1962 1995. He was also a National Honor Society sponsor, math department chair and Advanced Placement Calculus consultant. He was the president of the High Plains American Civil Liberties Union. Mr. Martin was also a member of the NAACP and of the First Baptist Church in Lorenzo. He was a Great Books discussion moderator, a member of the Mathematical Society of America, the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association.
Sid Jasper was born Feb. 4, 1945, in Gainesville to Sid and Rose Jasper. He passed away Sunday after a short battle with scleroderma. He spent the early years of his life in Skellytown and graduated from Monahans High School in 1963. He attended West nike z x flux Texas State University and graduated with a degree in mathematics in 1967. Mr. Army as a drill instructor during the Vietnam Conflict. He moved back to Amarillo in 1969 and began work for Pantex, where he worked for 36 years as an engineer before retiring in 2007. He married Sue Shultz on March 8, 2003, in Denver. He was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon nike air force 5 as well as a greeter for many years. Sid loved his Lord, his family and his church and will be dearly missed.
Mr. Veale was born June 10, 1933, in Amarillo to Willis and Cordie Veale. He went to school until eighth grade, when he started spending his day at the Liberty theatre. He always loved the movies and would pop a big brown paper bag of popcorn with lots of butter and all of us would go to the drive in movie for two or three shows at a time. Willis always played games with the kids while they were growing up; they would sit around the table and play Canasta and tell scary stories all night long. By trade he was a sheet metal mechanic. He joined the union in 1965, where he worked in California most of his life. When he retired, he came back to his home in the small town of Valle de Oro, where he spent the past 18 years.