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Rivera Family Funeral Home in Santa Fe
Tim attended San Francisco State University, the University of New Mexico and graduated from San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. He was past Chairman of the Board of Thanatopractice and has served on numerous nonprofit boards.
Raymond is a native from Pecos, New Mexico. He takes tremendous pride in providing exceptional service to Northern New Mexico families. Raymond has been in the funeral industry for many years and is proud to be a part of Santa Fe's only Locally Family Owned Funeral Home.
Bob was raised in Idaho and Western Montana, receiving his funeral service education in the Pacific Northwest. He has enjoyed a 44 year career in funeral service; coming to Santa Fe in the late 1980's. Bob enjoys caring for New Mexico families during a time of difficult loss. He is twice past President of the Santa Fe Kiwanis Club.
Paul is a native New Mexican who was born and raised in Santa Fe. . Paul is known for his compassionate service to the community. He is a dedicated professional who values honesty and sincerity.
George was born and raised in Santa Fe NM and graduated from Santa Fe High School. He is credited with the beautification of Santa Fe Memorial Gardens.
Jody was born and raised in Glorieta. He retired from NMDOT in 2011. He loves riding his Harley and has been a proud member of the Rivera Family Funeral Home since 2012.
Vince was born in Santa Fe and raised in Espanola. He had been a proud member of Rivera Family Funeral Home since 2012. Al Vincent takes pride in providing families with dignified care.
Tiffany is from Syracuse, New York. She graduated from the State Univeristy of New York at Canton with a degree in Mortuary Science. She moved to Santa Fe in 2009. She looks forward to persuing a Career and utilizing her skills to serve families in Santa Fe.
I'm fairly new here from Racine, Wisconsin, moved here almost a year ago. I love shoes, purses, watches, and anything hot pink with glitter, I have 3 kids and a grand baby boy and I love to make puzzles on my spare time.
Marvin Valdez native Santa Fean, married to Jackie Valdez, two adult children. Retired from State of New Mexico. I enjoy camping fishing hunting and wood working. Lifetime parishioner of San Isidro parish. Lifetime member and past President of Caballeros De Vargas. I take pride in serving families in and around surrounding communities.
I was number 10 of 14 children born to Alex and Polly Bransford. I attended OLOG School for 9 years and graduated from Santa Fe High. I joined the U.S. Navy and served aboard the aircraft carrier, U.S.S. Oriskany. While in the Navy I married Doris Cordova. We have 4 children and 9 grandchildren. I graduated from Baptist Bible College in Springfield, MI with a B.A. in Theology. Most People know me from Alex Safety Lane, Yamaha of Santa Fe and Phil's Radiator Shop.
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Rivera Family Funeral Home in Espanola
Native New Mexican that started working in funeral service in the 10th grade. A graduate of the College of Santa Fe, BA, San Francisco College of Mortuary Science, AA and New Mexico Military Academy Commissioned 2LT retired rank of Major. Jim worked as a Senior Vice-President in Wealth Management for a large bank in California and returned back to New Mexico and is now leading and managing our Espanola location.
Born in Santa Fe and currently residing in Espanola with his wife, Kristie and son Malachi. Jerome has been associated with our Espanola location since 2011 and is working toward obtaining his internship.
Mary Helen Perea is a resident of Tesuque and has been assisting New Mexico families with advance funeral planning. As a licensed consultant her program eases undue financial and emotional concerns often associated with funeral arrangements.
Roberto was the Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico and also served as a state representative in The New Mexico State Legislature. Mr. Mondragon delivers the morning obituary announcements on Espanola's KDCE AM950 at 8:00 a.m., and Santa Fe's KSWV AM 810 at 9:25 a.m.