-Richard Coltharp

Publisher, The Las Cruces Bulletin


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— Gerald H. Deabel

During this Christmas season, probably several times, Cathy Stegemann will sit down at the piano at Mesilla Valley Hospice, and play “O Holy Night.” Just a few years ago, Stegemann didn’t even play the piano.

“When my husband died, more than four years ago, I just sat down and started playing,” Stegemann said. She’s never had a lesson, and one day she was by a piano, and a piece of paper fell on the floor. She turned it over and saw the musical notes.

“I thought, ‘I can play this.’” And she did.

Her husband, Ivan, had been a patient at Mesilla Valley Hospice and, after a grieving time, Stegemann began volunteering there, and developing her piano skills, much to the delight of staff and residents.

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Our partner Brad Beasley loved presenting at the Southern New Mexico Estate Planning Council's luncheon this month.

The topic of the workshop was Business Succession Planning.


We had a great time supporting the 2018 edition of the Dress the Child Charity event. This organization helps raise funds to clothe children in need in our community and we are more than proud to support them.


The BMC team had a great time at the 4th Annual Mesilla Valley Transit Charity Golf Tournament supporting the Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation!

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