It is with
great sorrow that we remember our victim advocate Judy Valles
of Rio Rancho, who passed away on March 30, 2009. Judy served tirelessly for all victims during her
time with NMSOH and beyond. Judy was also a survivor and,
through her own grief, worked to help others in their time of need.
NOTICE: Currently NMSOH has no
Federal Funding and the Board of Directors closed it down sometime
this year. I have no further information on the status of
I have been with this organization since 1995
and created this website in memory to my son. There
have been many brave men and women, whom I have met over the
years, who have suffered a loss so great there are no words to
describe the pain and injustices they have had to bear.
I hope that we can help them remember the victims.
I still have contact information to many of the
victims families and the police working on some cases. The
OMI is offering grief support groups...see the sidebar.
This web site will remain alive as long as I
can continue to update it. If you are a survivor of homicide
and would like an unsolved case or a memorial page please contact
Mexico Survivors of Homicidewas a Not-For-Profit 501(c)3 organization founded
in 1996. They provided support and information for survivors of homicide about the
grieving process, the criminal justice system and all other issues
pertaining to the survivors of a victim of murder.
The following information is provided as a service because we know the devastation that a
loved one's murder causes. We hope that the information may help, in some way,
the painful process of dealing with the horrific crime of murder against the
innocent victims, their family and friends.
Here is some of what you will find in each section of our site:
our Memorial pages you
will find the names of many victims who were murdered in New
Mexico or whose loved ones live in New Mexico, with links to
our Unsolved pages law
enforcement and survivors are asking for your help! You will
find links to cold cases and open investigations which need
additional information to apprehend the murderers.
about the effects of homicide by visiting our Grief
Our Reflections section contains
poems, quotes and sentiments.
The Resources section is where you
can find information about crime, the justice system, victim
assistance and links to similar resources across the
about our Organization.
Support group meeting places across the state, Newsletters,
Board of Directors, Supporters, etc.
want to hear from you. Send us your suggestions and
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murder victims were added to our memorials in 1998 159 murder victims were added to our memorials in 1999 166 murder victims were added to our memorials in
2000 149 murder victims were added to our memorials for
2001 177 murder victims were added to our memorials for
2002 163 murder victims
were added to our memorials for 2003
Read more about
New Mexico Homicide stats and about what is a Survivor of
the NM Office of the
Medical Investigator decided to no longer supply NMSOH the next
of kin of homicide victims and at this time are not even giving
us the names of homicide victims. We need you to
notify us if you would
like to be added to our mailing list or to add your loved one to
our list of victim's names. We are sorry for any pain this
may cause families and are working to try to resolve this
problem with the OMI or other agencies that may be able to
assist us in locating the names of new victims and their next
of kin contact information. We are trying to reach out to
all survivors in the State of New Mexico and those of you who
are NM residents and have had loved one murdered elsewhere.
Main Office has closed down. NMSOH is only online at
this time. They do however still have support
The fourth (4th) Thursday of each month. Evenings 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Church
9502 4th Street NW
(Between 2nd and 4th streets and Alameda - parking on the
east side of the building)
New Hobbs Support Group Meeting is the 2nd Monday each
month from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Agnes Kastner Head
group meets the 2nd Wednesday each month from 6:00 to 8:00
pm at the Farmington Civic Center.