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The Marianist priest and longtime member of the St. Mary’s University theology department, died Sept. 29 after a brief illness.
Albert Castillo was a longtime San Antonio police officer who worked as a private driver and security officer for 10 different San Antonio mayors.
Bartell Zachry, the scion of an international engineering and construction powerhouse that bears his name, died on Wednesday. He was 86.
Robert Wagstaff, a student just one semester shy of graduating from Texas A&M University-San Antonio, died from coronavirus April 10.
The longest serving president of Trinity University, Ron Calgaard, died April 10. He is known as the leader who transformed Trinity to a nationally acclaimed school.
June Kachtik worked nearly four decades in the trenches to protect San Antonio’s main drinking water supply and promote sustainable land use.
Franchise owner Jack Richmond was preceded in death by his son, Wade, who inspired much of the family’s philanthropic giving in the last 35 years.
Some critics dismissed journalist Jim Lehrer’s straight, no-nonsense delivery as bland. For most, it was endearing and inspired trust.
Here’s a look at the people, things, and ideas that have come and gone during 2019.
Artist Katie Pell died Saturday at the age of 54.
Commentary: Raiqua Arastu lives on as a dynamic icon who served country, family, and community through medicine, love, and justice.
At a time when women did not share the same opportunities as men, women like Charline McCombs somehow found ways to make a real difference.
“She knew that one of the joys of her life was to make sure that those who had less were given opportunities.” – Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich