David Jauer’s passion for Fiesta led to his induction into the Order of the Cascaron in recognition of his years of volunteer service.
Peggy Pitman Mays loved her family dearly. She also gave generously to the community, the arts, and the field of scientific research.
The Marianist priest and longtime member of the St. Mary’s University theology department, died Sept. 29 after a brief illness.
Hundreds gathered Friday to remember the two coaches who touched the lives of many over their combined 90 years in education.
Over 100 people came together Saturday evening in front of the Bexar County Courthouse to remember the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Rev. Louis Zbinden led the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio for more than 30 years and helped establish several organizations that helped thousands of homeless people.
Prohibited from attending the internment due to COVID-19 restrictions, employees and veterans waited outside the cemetery gates to honor their deceased leader.
Remembering Leo Rose, a successful businessman, tennis enthusiast, and former owner of the Spurs, who passed away July 8.
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.