Bobby Kiolbassa, who died on July 20 at 84 “was a friend to those who didn’t have another place to turn,” said his son.
Teresa “Terry” Long, half of the namesake for the UT Health Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, died Sunday at the age of 92.
Cecil Scanlan, who was instrumental in the restoration of San Fernando Cathedral and Main Plaza, was remembered for her love of travel.
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Dr. Nasir Syed, chairman of the Board of MCECC and an esteemed local pulmonologist, died March 1 of complications from COVID-19. He was 61.
Esequiel “Zeke” Mendoza served on the Harlandale ISD school board for 12 years. He died Monday.
Stuart Cavender, part of a family that owns a network of car dealerships in San Antonio and surrounding areas, has died at 63.
Sablik was a mathematician and theoretical physicist at Southwest Research Institute and co-founder of a faith-based retreat program that spread worldwide.
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Gunn Automotive founder and CEO Curtis Gunn died last week, but his legacy supporting San Antonio institutions won’t be forgotten.
Amanda Mora remembers her aunt as an adventurer and mentor.
Rebecca Chavez remembers her mother as joyful and dedicated to her work in health care.
Gina Hobbs remembers her mother as a nurturer passionate about women’s health.