Proud of our past, Confident of our future.

In Memoriam

Larry R. Dipoma 

6 July 1944 ~ 2 September 2010

There are only a handful of people who come into your world, and touch your life in a dramatic fashion. Some of the people are just flickers of light during a long life, while others are consistent glows for years. For me, Larry was that consistent glow. He was one of my dearest friends for close to 30 years.


Elvis “Mac” Fishburn 

2 Dec 1931- 29 April 2010

Those of us who grew up with him or worked sideby- side with him over the years grew not only to love the man and respect him for his kindness, his knowledge, his relentless dedication to the fuel handler but above all his passion for the mission.


Lewis A. Thompson 

19 June 1950- 4 October 2010

Lewis A. Thompson, age 60 began a new journey on October 4, 2010. He was born June 19, 1950 in Seminole, Texas to Melvin and Lula Mae (Tarver) Thompson. Loving family include his cherished wife of 40 years, Carol J. Thompson, daughter Jennifer C. Lasater, son-in-law Jason; grandchildren, Logan, Ashton, Dalton, Liam and soon to be born Blake Elora Lu; mother-in-law, Catherine Olsen; brothers-in-law, Dr. David Olsen, PhD. (Lois) and Kenny Olsen (Stephanie); brother Wes Parker (Janice); numerous nieces and nephews; his dogs, Rose and Tex. He proudly served the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam Era. Following his twenty year military career he held numerous jobs that allowed him to make many friends and was currently employed as an Environmental Consultant for Landmark Aviation. His memberships include the San Antonio Rodders Hot Rod Club, Gruene Harley Davidson Motorcycle Club, American Legion Post #667 in Universal City and the Leadville Colorado Elks Lodge #236. Lew never met a stranger & was always the first to lend a helping hand and a warm smile. The words that best sum up the man he was; thoughtful, inspiring, and lots of fun!