Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Wednesday, June 27, 2001
Geltemeyer, Davis wed in Midland ceremony
Carrie Lynn Geltemeyer and Dr. Anthony DeWayne Davis, both of Lubbock,
were married at 7 p.m., June 16, at Grace Lutheran Church in Midland. The
Reverend Robert Pase officiated.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geltemeyer of Midland. Grandparents
of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bush of Pecos, and Gladys Hollan of
Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis of Midland. Grandparents
of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of Odessa, and Ludy Davis of
Dr. Abby Geltemeyer, of Houston, sister of the bride, served as maid
of honor. The bride was also attended by Aimee Kurio of Lubbock, and Melanie
Elias of Midland.
The best man was Dr. Eric Lewis of Midland.
The groom was also attended by Todd Myers of Springfield, Missouri and
Nilesh Patel of Lubbock.
The bride graduated from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of
Nursing in 2001. She is employed with Covenant Medical Center as an ICU
The groom graduated from the Texas Tech School of Medicine in 1998.
He is employed with the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Department of
family practice as a physician.
After a wedding trip to the Carribbean, the couple resides in Williamsburg,
Caballero awarded scholarship at SRSU
Federico Caballero, a recent Pecos High School graduate, has been awarded
the Joe Timmerman Memorial Scholarship at Sul Ross State University.
Caballero, son of Virginia Cobos Caballero, Pecos, will attend Sul Ross
and plans to major in equine science/pre-veterinary medicine. While in
high school, Caballero was named to "Who's Who Among America's High School
Students," was a member of the Pecos Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter
and participated in several livestock shows.
Established in memory of Joe Timmerman, a Sul Ross student and Balmorhea
resident who died in a traffic accident, the scholarship is awarded to
an agriculture major who is a graduate of a Reeves County high school (Balmorhea
ISD or Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD). If there are no qualified Reeves County
agriculture students, second preference will be given to agriculture majors
who graduated from high school in Jeff Davis, Loving, Pecos, Ward and Winkler
Recipients must be sophomores, juniors or seniors unless no upper class
students from Reeves County qualify. Consideration is then given to a freshman
from Reeves County. Recipients must maintain a 2.5 grade point average
or better. The scholarship is awarded based on the merits of the student's
present or projected future contribution to agriculture.
For more information, contact Dr. Rob Kinucan, dean, School of Agricultural
and Natural Resource Sciences, at 915-837-8200.
Pecos students named to Dean's list
Two Pecos students attending Angelo State University in San Angelo are
include on the Dean's List for the 2001 Spring semester at ASU.
They are Elizabeth Prieto Matta, an English major and Orland B. Matta,
a kinesiology/secondary certification major.
To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must be enrolled as a
full-time student and have at least a 3.25 grade point average.
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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