Visitation for Dr. Carleton A. NaichePalmer, 63, of Mescalero will be Thursday, December 16, from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM with the prayer service at 6:00 PM. The funeral service will be Friday, December 17, at 10:00 AM with all services being at the Mescalero Gymnasium at the Mescalero Apache Tribal Center. Burial will follow at the Mescalero Cemetery.
Dr. NaichePalmer passed away Saturday, December 11, 2010 in El Paso, Texas. He was born June 22, 1947 at Mescalero, NM to Ignatius and Althea Palmer. He graduated from Tularosa High School, received his BA from Western New Mexico University, MA from Pepperdine University and Ph.D. from Arbor University. He married Ada Rose Enjady in September, 1970.
He is survived by his wife, Ada Rose Palmer his children and their spouses, Marlin Palmer Jackie Yuzos, Eston and Gina Fulsom, Michelle NaichePalmer, Theodore and Melissa Chavez, Jesse and Lorilee Martinez, and Wynona Tahnito his brother, Arlington Palmer and his wife Darla Smith and family 16 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a son, Scott Ryan Palmer, his parents, Ignatius and Althea Palmer, and brother Ferris Ignatius Palmer.
Very sorry to read of the passing of your dear loved one Carleton. Life is such a precious gift and yet so shortlived for the time we exist. I am writing to share a few words of comfort and encouragement from the source of truth the bible.
God holds out a wonderful hope for all those in the gr ave. At John 1125 Jesus said I AM THE REUSRRECTION AND THE LIFE. HE THAT EXERCIES FAITH IN ME EVEN THOUGH HE DIES, WILL COME TO LIFE.
The nine accounts of ones in the bible who were resurrected are a guarantee the the resurrection of others is possible.. God can bring back the billions of dead he holds within his perfect memory. John 528,29 What a blessed reason to hope in God
With the gift of your memories of Carleton they will bring y ou great joy. When a loved one becomes a memory that memory turns into a treasure. .
May you and yours lean on Jehovah God for the strength you need at this sad time. PSALMS 8318
M.L.HurtPalm Coast, FL
We send our loving greetings and ardent prayers to all of you during the loss of your father Carleton. He was our dear friend in which he and I Joel go back to WNMU. We worked together with the Department of the Interior, Secty of Indian Affairs. We love him and we will miss him greatly.
Dr. Joel Mrs. Esther Orona
Dr Joel Orona Esther OronaChandler, AZ