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Friday 29 May 2015

Getting to meet Our Father on his birthday

Orlando Miera of Durango passed away on May 29th, 2015. He was 82. What a Gift, to get to meet Our Father on his birthday.

Orlando was born May 29th, 1933 in Lumberton, NM. He was proud of his service in the Air Force during the Korean War. Orlando married Dora Garcia they had 4 wonderful children together. Though the marriage ended their friendship remained strong. Orlando loved to fish, hunt, enjoyed bird watching and loved spending time with his family. He will be remembered most for his unique sense of humor.

He is survived by his children Lawrence (Sonia) Miera, Rodney (Larinda) Miera, Patricia (Tom) Schoser. Sister Cruz (Chuck) Johnson, grandchildren; Chance (Danielle) Schoser, Chase (Lizzie) Schoser, Tiffany Miera, Clay (Emily) Miera, Seth Miera, Cody Miera, Christopher Miera, and Reyetta Hubbs. 1 great grandchild Colston Schoser and numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Candido & Mary E Miera, his daughter Jessica Miera, 2 sisters Margaret Root and Viola Child, 2 brothers Joe and Richard Miera.

A service will be held at 2:00pm, June 4th, at Hood Mortuary Chapel, 1261 E. 3rd Avenue, Durango, CO. Graveside services will follow.

Published in The Durango Herald on June 1st, 2015

Wednesday 6 May 2015


Every year, about 150,000 school and university students take part in Europe’s biggest stock exchange simulation game ('Planspiel Börse'). In 2015, the participants traded a volume of €3.29 billion and made more than 875,000 orders.

Rebecca (2nd from left) at the award ceremony
in Stuttgart stock exchange
The Esslingen-Nurtingen savings bank organised a regional competition within the European game in which 350 students took part. Rebecca Schoser and her friend Carolin of Albert-Schäffle-Schule in Nurtingen were among those 350. They formed a team and managed to come third among the school student teams. The savings back invited them to a boat trip around Stuttgart harbour before handing out the awards in Stuttgart stock exchange.