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CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO AWARDS 
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Download the IKE MEISSNER AWARD Documentation here:
http://www.unm.edu/~jimp/PDFs/Meissner.pdf

Download the FRANCIS BOYDSTON AWARD Documentation here:
http://www.unm.edu/~jimp/PDFs/Boydston.pdf

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The IKE MEISSNER AWARD 

The IKE MEISSNER AWARD was established December 1987 in memory of
John "Ike" Meissner of Los Alamos, New Mexico who was a faithful CNM
member for several years. He attended most meetings and many events.
He was a knowledgeable engineer and Corvair mechanic, often helped
other members with Corvair maintenance and improvements, and wrote
technical and general interest articles for CNM's newsletter.

After Ike's death the late SYLVAN ZUERCHER was primarily responsible for
the establishment and perpetuation of this award. Twenty-four awards were
presented from 1987 to 2011. Those who received the award will always
treasure it.

The award was finally terminated when (1) new members complained that
few current members had ever met Ike Meissner, and (2) the number of
nominations for the award each year declined to nearly none. The Awards
Committee decided it was time to retire the IKE MEISSNER AWARD.

On July 16, 2014 the Board voted to revive the IKE MEISSNER AWARD by
changing the name of the CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD to the MEISSNER AWARD.

This took effect at the March 2015 anniversary party.

Meeting notes of April 6, 2019: The club agreed that the Meissner Award
will continue as before, with the only change being that the former
restriction that previous recipients could not be considered for the
award was rescinded.

RECIPIENTS OF THE MEISSNER AWARD, 1987 TO PRESENT 

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01. 1987 Dec  2            Bill Hector
02. 1988 Dec  7           Jerry Goffe
03. 1989 Dec  6           LeRoy Rogers
04. 1990 Dec  5             Jim Pittman
05. 1991 Dec  4          Sylvan Zuercher
06. 1992 Dec  2            Bill Reider
07. 1993 Dec  1           Steve Gongora
08. 1994 Dec  7         Michael Stickler
09. 1995 Dec  9         Charles Vertrees
10. 1996 Dec  7          Debbie Pleau
11. 1997 Dec  6            Mark Domzalski
12. 1998 Dec  6         Wendell Walker
13. 1999 Dec  5          Dennis Pleau
14. 2000 Dec  3            Rita Gongora
15. 2001 Dec  2          Oliver Scheflow
... 2002 (We moved the award from December to March)
16. 2003 Mar  9        Anne Mae Gold
17. 2004 Mar 27           Larry Blair
18. 2005 Mar 26          Robert Gold
19. 2006 Mar 18           Tarmo Sutt
20. 2007 Mar 10            Dave Huntoon
21. 2008 Mar 15           Heula Pittman
22. 2009 Mar  7             Ray Trujillo
23. 2010 Mar 21            Ruth Boydston
24. 2011 Mar  6          Brenda Stickler
... 2012 (no award this year)
... 2013 (no award this year)
... 2014 (no award this year)
25. 2015 Mar 21           Larry Yoffee
26. 2016 Mar 12          Vickie Hall
27. 2017 Mar 11             Pat Hall
28. 2018 Mar 10            John Wiker
29. 2019 Mar 16           Terry Price
30. 2020 Mar  7             Jim Pittman
31. 2021 Mar ..          ...... ........

======================================================= THE FRANCIS BOYDSTON AWARD ("SAINT FRANCIS OF CORVAIR") ** At the 2009 Tri-State in Taos, New Mexico: Representatives of CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO, PIKES PEAK CORVAIR CLUB and ROCKY MOUNTAIN CORSA discussed the future of the BOYDSTON AWARD. We all agreed that the award should continue as long as the three original Tri-State chapters remained committed to its value. We proposed that the best way to keep the award going would be for each club to be responsible for managing the award in the way they see fit, when that chapter sponsors a Tri-State event. Each year nominations for the award are solicited by the sponsoring club. Candidates are any individual or couple in good standing as members of CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO, PIKES PEAK CORVAIR CLUB or ROCKY MOUNTAIN CORSA. Traditionally the award has been presented at the Tri-State banquet. The presentation has included a suitable plaque engraved with the recipient's name and the date of the Award. A large plaque containing the names and dates of all recipients of the BOYDSTON AWARD was prepared by CNM and was kept by Ruth Boydston. It has been updated each year by CNM. ** At the 2019 Tri-State in Alamosa, Colorado: The Pikes Peak Corvair Club decided not to have a BOYDSTON AWARD. They recommended that the award be dropped from future Tri-State events. ** At the CNM meeting on April 6, 2019: The club agreed that within CNM the BOYDSTON AWARD will continue as before, with the only change being that the former restriction that previous recipients could not be considered for the award was rescinded. ** At the CNM meeting on March 7, 2020: The club agreed that the BOYDSTON AWARD will not be part of CNM's Albuquerque Tri-State but it will be moved to the CNM Christmas party, and that only CNM members will be eligible to be nominated for the award. Nothing was said to prevent the BOYDSTON AWARD being included in future Tri-State events after 2020. That will be the decision of the club that sponsors the Tri-State event that year. ** During the Coronavirus / Covic-19 pandemic: The 2020 Christmas party was cancelled. The Albuquerque Tri-State has been re-scheduled to October 2021. The BOYDSTON AWARD will not be presented during the Tri-State this year. Instead, it is planned for the Christmas Party. RECIPIENTS OF THE BOYDSTON AWARD, 1998 TO PRESENT # YEAR DATE PERSON OR PERSONS TRI-STATE LOCATION CLUB(S) *** ==== ====== =============== =============== ======================== ====== 01. 1998 May 6 Jim Pittman Lake City, CO CNM 02. 1999 Jun 2 Kay & Tarmo Sutt Salida, CO CNM 03. 2000 May 3 Sylvan Zuercher Albuquerque, NM CNM 04. 2001 May 19 Steve & Ruth Goodman Manitu Springs CO RMC 05. 2002 May 18 Steve & Rita Gongora Grand Junction CO CNM 06. 2003 May 31 Bill Reider Raton, NM CNM 07. 2004 May 22 Ben Benzel Cripple Creek, CO PPCC 08. 2005 May 21 Wendell Walker Ouray, CO CNM 09. 2006 Jun 3 LeRoy Rogers Montrose, CO CNM 10. 2007 May 19 John Koll Monte Vista, CO PPCC 11. 2008 May 17 Debbie & Dennis Pleau Pagosa Springs CO CNM, PPCC 12. 2009 May 30 Pat Hall Taos, NM CNM 13. 2010 May 22 Garrie Fox Canon City, CO PPCC 14. 2011 Jun 4 Chuck Vertrees Red River, NM CNM 15. 2012 May 19 The Wilshire Family Salida, CO RMC 16. 2013 Jun 01 Jon Anderson Cripple Creek, CO PPCC 17. 2014 Jun 01 John Wiker Chama, NM CNM 18. 2015 May 30 Eric Schakel Durango, CO RMC 19. 2016 Jun 4 Ed Halpin Montrose, CO PPCC, RMC, CNM 20. 2017 Jun 3 Ray Trujillo Taos, NM CNM 21. 2018 Jun 9 Dale Nielsen Crested Butte, CO RMC ... 2019 May 19 [ No Boydston Award this year ] Alamosa, CO PPCC ... 2020 Dec.xx [ No Boydston Award this year ] Albuquerque, NM CNM 22. 2021 XXX.xx xxxx xxxxxxxxxx Albuquerque, NM CNM * For 2021, Corvairs of New Mexico will be responsible for the Tri-State. * For 2022, Rocky Mountain CORSA will be responsible for the Tri-State. * For 2023, Pikes Peak Corvair Club will be responsible for the Tri-State.
============================ CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD In 2010 some of our members thought we needed a club award to recognize service to the club. The FRANCIS BOYDSTON AWARD was tied to the TRI-STATE events, and the IKE MEISSNER AWARD had been retired due to lack of interest. The Board decided to start a new award. This award was started in January 2011. At the June 1, 2011 meeting the club voted on a name for the award: "CNM Member of the Year Award". The first presentation was made at the club's 38th Anniversary Celebration on 17 March 2012. For each year's award, members need to participate in club activities, wear their CNM name tag, and if possible drive a Corvair to meetings. Points are accumulated during the year. The award is presented to one person (or one couple) in the top five list of points accumulated. RECIPIENTS OF THE AWARD, 2011 TO PRESENT *** ==== ====== =============== ======= 01. 2012 Heula & Jim Pittman 02. 2013 Pat & Vickie Hall 03. 2014 John Wiker On July 16, 2014 the Board voted to revive the IKE MEISSNER AWARD by changing the name of the CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD to the MEISSNER AWARD. So the CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD has been discontinued.
============================================= SPECIAL AWARDS - AWARDED ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS *** ==== ====== ====================================================== 01. 2001 Oct 3 Award to Mark Domzalski for service as CORSA president ======================================== ORIGINS OF CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO AWARDS ======================================== =========================================== THE IKE MEISSNER AWARD -BY- SYLVAN ZUERCHER Ike Meissner Award As approved by the Corvairs of New Mexico Board of Directors October 20, 2004 The following is courtesy of Past President Sylvan Zuercher IN MEMORIAM JOHN A. MEISSNER Sylvan Zuercher "Blessed are those with the Corvair hobby, for they shall be allowed to get dirty." Ike wrote those word in an article for our club newsletter entitled "Hints Kinks Sense and Nonsense." Ike was as unique to our club as is the Corvair. He was enthusiastic in his approach to club activities, club members, Corvair owners and to finding answers to Corvair car problems. He encouraged many to keep, preserve and maintain his favorite car. This he did with advice, trading or giving of parts and by sharing his knowledge. He attended meetings and club activities under distance and weather conditions and later his own physical condition that would have kept most of the other members at home. Ike arrived on many a meeting night after a session with dialysis when the meeting was nearly over, to share what he could and I am sure for the fellowship of the members. I feel that his overall outlook on life was the reason for such enthusiasm. Ike was the author of many articles about the Corvair, and several were published by CORSA. His sense of humor showed in these articles, such as his account of Clyde and the 500. This was the story of his daily drive from Santa Fe to Los Alamos and the competition he was getting from a driver going the same route. Ike's determination was evident several years ago during a Corvair fun run near Montrose, Colorado. It seems he misread or missed some directions and became somewhat lost. Eventually he was found, but upon learning he was close to the finish line, he declined to be led there, saying that he would find the way. Ike's approach to Corvairs seems to have been: If it can be fixed or some part can be made to work better, I'll find the way to do it. While visiting Ike at the hospital two weeks ago, he told me that he just had to find a way to get better. Maybe Ike found his way. Blessed are we of the Corvair hobby who were privileged to know you and to fellowship with you. ========================================= SAINT FRANCIS OF CORVAIR -BY- JIM PITTMAN The twenty-fifth "Tri-State Meet" was organized by Corvairs of New Mexico and was held in Taos, New Mexico in May 2009. The last item on the agenda at the banquet was the Francis Boydston Award presentation. This year's award went to Pat Hall of our club. Pat lives in Los Lunas, NM and is marvelously enthusiastic about Corvairs and has showed boundless support for our club. He is currently serving his second term as our Vice-president. At the Taos Tri-State Event on Saturday May 30th 2009, representatives from Corvairs of New Mexico, Pikes Peak Corvair Club and Rocky Mountain CORSA met to discuss the future of the Award. We all agreed that we wanted the Award to continue. After discussing the pros and cons of the way the Award has developed, we thought that it could best be continued by having each club be responsible for the Award, using the criteria and procedure they thought best, as each club took their turn at hosting the Tri-State Event. In other words, the Award would no longer belong to CNM but would be the responsibility of each club that participated in the Tri-State. At the CNM general meeting on June 3rd this suggestion was explained and the members present voted unanimously to adopt the plan. Below are articles about the Award that have been previously published. ============================= HISTORY OF THE BOYDSTON AWARD Jim Pittman Corvairs of New Mexico was founded in April 1974 and Francis Boydston was one of the founders. The club followed the trajectory of many Corvair clubs: We had not existed before General Motors terminated the Corvair in early 1969 but many of us had owned Corvairs for years and we wanted to get together with other Corvair owners to help keep our cars alive for years to come. Gradually our club coalesced into a robust organization with elected officers, monthly meetings, a board of directors, a monthly newsletter, and activities such as car shows, rallies, tours, tech sessions, swap meets and holiday banquets. Those who were more experienced mechanics helped others learn how to work on their cars and learn where to find the best sources of parts. As with any club, some members did more than their share to support the club. In the early years, one of our faithful members was John "Ike" Meissner of Los Alamos who rarely missed a meeting (driving his Greenbrier about 80 miles one-way from Los Alamos to Albuquerque) and who was the man to see for parts and mechanical how-to lore. Ike suffered from kidney disease but it didn't seem to slow him down -- until one day when he apparently blacked out and had an accident. When Ike died several of us thought it would be a good idea to honor his memory by setting up an award, to be presented to the member each year who best exemplified Ike's enthusiasm for and contributions to the club. Over the years the club flourished, due to the dedication of a core group of members and our good fortune that somehow "enough" members had "enough" varied interests and skills to tackle just about any chore needed to support our local club and the national organization -- including putting on the very successful 1996 International CORSA Convention in Albuquerque. Francis Boydston served a term as treasurer and another as president. Despite his affinity for 1964 models (the number of 1964 Corvairs he owned defies enumeration) he worked on any and all Corvairs including Ultra Vans and always was a reliable source of parts and mechanical knowledge. His support for the club, for CORSA and for his favorite Corvair parts vendors was unceasing. When Francis died in 1997 our sense of loss was intense and there was an immediate thought of establishing another award. Should it replace the Meissner Award, or should both continue? If both continued, how would we differentiate them? We thought, since Francis was such an enthusiastic supporter of the Tri-State meets, it would be appropriate to make the award at the Tri-State each year, and we thought we would involve the Colorado clubs (Rocky Mountain CORSA of Denver and Pikes Peak Corvair Club of Colorado Springs) in the award. The first award was made in 1998 at the Tri-State Meet in Lake City, Colorado. To my complete surprise I was the recipient. After recovering from temporary speechlessness, I thought it appropriate to tell the "Saint Francis of Corvair" story. Here is the story as I told it in our October 1997 newsletter: ==================================================== Saint Francis of Corvair: Francis Boydston 1923-1997 - by - Jim Pittman Enchanted Corvairs Newsletter - October 1997 Corvairs of New Mexico Most of us knew Francis as one of the founding members of Corvairs of New Mexico, a champion of 1964 Corvairs, a reference point for how-to-do Corvair maintenance and repair, an unfailing source of Corvair parts, and a friend. He is gone now and we no longer have him to call up to find out how to do something, or to see if he has that special part we need, or just to talk to (maybe I should say, "listen to") about Corvairs in particular and the state of the world in general. Francis was a good friend to me and was always generous with his time and knowledge. He used to remark that the editor deserved special consideration, but the fact is, he was equally generous to a lot of people, especially to members of the Corvair Club. At the wake the other night several people told of particular memories they had of Francis. I kept waiting for somebody to tell the "Saint Francis of Corvair" story but nobody did. I'm not the best qualified to tell it, but someone should and it might as well be me. Here's hoping I don't distort the facts too much. The story is simple and illustrates the regard we all had for Francis. Years ago we had a member who, I thought, wouldn't really get along with Francis very well. He was an opinionated, irreverent, loud, brash person who always set his own course without much regard for what others thought of him. I'll call him "Bob" and he owned Corvairs and he heard about Francis as "the man to see" to get parts or to find out how to do mechanical repairs. Francis often remarked on Bob's blistering vocabulary, but actually they became friends. Anytime Bob needed anything, Frances would help him out; conversely, Bob did favors for Francis as well. One day Bob went by Francis' place on a routine visit, to get a part or find out how to do something, then went on his way to finish up his project. That night Bob woke up at three in the morning and couldn't go back to sleep. He lay in bed, thinking about how Francis, once again, had so generously and effortlessly contributed to keeping another Corvair alive and well. Bob was struck by the idea of our Club's "Saint Francis of Corvair" and had an inspiration for an appropriate gift to show his appreciation. He immediately got up in the middle of the night, went out to the garage, found a large wooden panel, got out his new router and set to work. He made a big plaque with the words "Saint Francis of Corvair" in bold letters. He could hardly wait to finish it and take it to Francis. Francis was of course flattered but accepted the plaque as his due. He hung the plaque up in the garage for all to see, and of course when anyone came by and remarked on it, he would tell the story about how Bob made the plaque and presented it to him. Many of us received more than our fair share of advice, parts, fellowship, and, yes, criticism from Francis over the years. He was always devoted to the well-being of the Club and always helped anyone who had any kind of Corvair problem. The "Saint Francis of Corvair" plaque was a symbol that all of us could see and acknowledge as very fitting to his place in the community and in our Club. Everything that we now have in our Club is the heritage and contribution of many members over the years. We all have had some influence on the way the Club has grown and flourished. We have been extraordinarily fortunate in the particular mix of people and interests and skills we have had in our Club over the years. If any one person was representative of the spirit of Corvairs of New Mexico, it was Francis. We'll not soon forget him. As the "Great Western Fan Belt Toss and Swap Meet" is on a national level, so our "Tri-State Meets" have become a great tradition in the southern Rocky Mountain area. Although two clubs in Colorado and one in New Mexico have taken turns sponsoring these events, we always have plenty of people (and Corvairs) from other states. We always have an outstanding car show. Many of the superb Corvairs (some of them almost completely stock, some impressively modified) are driven hundreds of miles to the events. Corvairs that are "daily drivers" are well represented. A key feature of the Tri-State Meets is the informal, laid-back nature of the events. We can always count on a relaxed, late-spring vacation with beautiful scenery and lots of Corvair enthusiasts to talk to. Francis loved every Tri-State he attended. Many of our members and guests became personal friends who loved him in return. ============================ CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD By the mid-2000s some of the newer members were feeling that the club awards were out of date. After all, only the older members ever knew Ike Meissner and Francis Boydston, so having awards named for them seemed inappropriate. Over several years the rules for winning the awards were modified several times to try to make the awards more relevant. The SAINT FRANCIS OF CORVAIR award was moved from CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO to the groups of people -- changing from year to year -- interested in participating in Tri-State events. The three clubs that traditionally sponsored the Tri-State events, CORVAIRS OF NEW MEXICO, ROCKY MOUNTAIN CORSA (Denver) and PIKES PEAK CORVAIR CLUB (Colorado Springs) would administer the SAINT FRANCIS OF CORVAIR award each year as part of their sponsorship of the Tri-State event. Each club would set up their own rules and criteria each year. As part of the Tri-State Events, the SAINT FRANCIS OF CORVAIR award continues. The IKE MEISSNER award was terminated in 2011. A new, more general award was proposed. Its purpose was to recognize those members who were most active in supporting the club, and to encourage all members to be more active in the club. Points would be accumulated during the calendar year and the winner would be selected from those with the most points. The award would be presented at our annual Anniversary party each March. The new award was named the CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD. However, on 16 July 2014 the Board voted to revive the IKE MEISSNER AWARD by changing the name of the CNM MEMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD to the MEISSNER AWARD. This took effect at the March 2015 anniversary party. ======================================= LIST OF ALL AWARDS, SORTED BY LAST NAME YEAR, DATE FIRST NAME LAST NAME AWARD CLUB LOCATION *** ====== =============== =============== =============== ========== ================== 2013 Jun 01 Jon Anderson FRANCIS BOYDSTON PPCC Cripple Creek CO 2004 May 22 Ben Benzel FRANCIS BOYDSTON PPCC Cripple Creek CO 2004 Mar 27 Larry Blair IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2010 Mar 21 Ruth Boydston IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1997 Dec 6 Mark Domzalski IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2001 Oct 3 Mark Domzalski CORSA PRESIDENT CNM Albuquerque NM 2010 May 22 Garrie Fox FRANCIS BOYDSTON PPCC Canon City CO 1988 Dec 7 Jerry Goffe IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2003 Mar 9 Anne Mae Gold IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2005 Mar 26 Robert Gold IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2002 May 18 Steve & Rita Gongora FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Grand Junction CO 1993 Dec 1 Steve Gongora IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2000 Dec 3 Rita Gongora IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2001 May 19 Steve & Ruth Goodman FRANCIS BOYDSTON RMC Manitu Springs CO 2009 May 30 Pat Hall FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Taos NM 2017 Mar 11 Pat Hall IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2016 Mar 12 Vickie Hall IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2013 Mar 9 Pat & Vickie Hall MEMBER OF THE YEAR CNM Albuquerque NM 2016 Jun 4 Ed Halpin FRANCIS BOYDSTON PPCC,RMC,CNM Montrose CO 1987 Dec 2 Bill Hector IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2007 Mar 10 Dave Huntoon IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2007 May 19 John Koll FRANCIS BOYDSTON PPCC Monte Vista CO 2018 Jun 9 Dale Nielsen FRANCIS BOYDSTON RMC Crested Butte CO 1990 Dec 5 Jim Pittman IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2020 Mar 8 Jim Pittman IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1998 May 6 Jim Pittman FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Lake City CO 2008 Mar 15 Heula Pittman IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2012 Mar 17 Heula & Jim Pittman MEMBER OF THE YEAR CNM Albuquerque NM 2008 May 17 Debbie & Dennis Pleau FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM,PPCC Pagosa Springs CO 1996 Dec 7 Debbie Pleau IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1999 Dec 5 Dennis Pleau IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2019 Mar 16 Terry Price IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1992 Dec 2 Bill Reider IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2003 May 31 Bill Reider FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Raton NM 1989 Dec 6 LeRoy Rogers IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2006 Jun 3 LeRoy Rogers FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Montrose CO 2015 May 30 Eric Schakel FRANCIS BOYDSTON RMC Durango CO 2001 Dec 2 Oliver Scheflow IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1994 Dec 7 Michael Stickler IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2011 Mar 6 Brenda Stickler IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1999 Jun 2 Kay & Tarmo Sutt FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Salida CO 2006 Mar 18 Tarmo Sutt IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2009 Mar 7 Ray Trujillo IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2017 Jun 3 Ray Trujillo FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Taos NM 1995 Dec 9 Charles Vertrees IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2011 Jun 4 Charles Vertrees FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Red River NM 1998 Dec 6 Wendell Walker IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2005 May 21 Wendell Walker FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Ouray CO 2014 Mar 15 John Wiker MEMBER OF THE YEAR CNM Albuquerque NM 2014 Jun 01 John Wiker FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Chama NM 2018 Mar 10 John Wiker IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2012 May 19 The Wilshire Family FRANCIS BOYDSTON RMC Salida CO 2015 Mar 21 Larry Yoffee IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 1991 Dec 4 Sylvan Zuercher IKE MEISSNER CNM Albuquerque NM 2000 May 3 Sylvan Zuercher FRANCIS BOYDSTON CNM Albuquerque NM =========== =============== =============== ================== ========== =============== ....:....1....:....2....:....3....:....4....:....5....:....6....:....7....:....8....:.... =========== =============== =============== ================== ========== =============== =END=