Jesse Segura, age 46, died Sunday, December 28, 2014, in Clayton, New Mexico.
Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Friday, January 2, 2015 at the First United Methodist Church in Clayton, New Mexico with Terrell Jones, pastor of the Trinity Fellowship Church in Clayton officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton.
Jesse Segura was born on February 21, 1968 in Clayton, New Mexico to Joe Segura and Cruzita (Lopez) Segura. He attended school in Clayton and graduated from Clayton High School in 1986. Jesse married Diana (Knotts) Segura on February 26, 1994 in Manitou Springs, Colorado. He worked as a general contractor in New Mexico, Texas, Colorado and California. He especially loved working and living in California. Jesse loved his family and always put them before everything else. He loved to design, create and build and could build anything. Jesse was preceded in death by 4 cousins; Stanley, Herman, Art and Gus, Maternal Grandparents; Rev. Herman G. Lopez and Angelita Lopez, mother-in-law; Deanne Knotts and brother-in-law; David Knotts.
WIFE: Diana Segura of Clayton, New Mexico.
DAUGHTER: Lauren Segura of Clayton, New Mexico.
SON: Lucas Segura of Clayton, New Mexico.
PARENTS: Joe and Cruzita Segura of Clayton, New Mexico.
5 SISTERS: Elizabeth Ortiz and her husband Juan of Evans, Colorado, Martha Talley and her husband Robert of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Susie Hughes and her husband Will of Purdy, Missouri, Ruth Ellenburg and her husband Woodrow of Alamogordo, New Mexico and Pauline Paterson and her husband Chris of Las Cruces, New Mexico.
2 BROTHERS: David Segura and his wife Rhonda of Castle Rock, Colorado and Daniel Segura of Clayton, New Mexico.
FATHER-IN-LAW: Ralph L. Knotts, Sr. of Clayton, New Mexico.
2 SISTERS-IN-LAW: Debbie Rossen and her husband Shawn and Sharon Hass and her husband Michael all of Clayton, New Mexico.
1 BROTHER-IN-LAW: Ralph L. Knotts Jr. of Amarillo, Texas.
And numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, a fund has been set up at the Farmers and Stockman’s Bank in Clayton.