Lee, who served as editor-in-chief, publisher, and chairman of Marvel Comics, died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 95.
Kathleen Sommers owned a Monte Vista boutique of the same name and was one of San Antonio’s best-loved fashion designers.
Whittier left San Antonio to become the first African-American letter winner in Texas Longhorns’ football history in 1970.
The street on the city’s East Side, formerly known as Rio Grande, honors San Antonio blues legend Melvin “Mel” Waiters.
Don Frost delivered the eulogy at his father Tom Frost’s funeral Friday at Christ Episcopal Church.
Poignant memories shared by Frost’s family members defined his memorial service Friday. At least 1,000 people attended services at Christ Episcopal Church.
Before organic gardening was a national trend, Malcolm Beck experimented with mixing leaves, tree trimmings, manure, seaweed and other organic matter with soil to create compost, and then shared his extraordinary results with nurserymen nationwide.
Tom Frost died Friday at the age of 90, the fourth generation Frost to bear the name and mantle of civic and business leadership in the city and state.
The attorney, chairman at San Antonio’s Jefferson Bank, and former King Antonio died Aug. 3. He was 86.
San Antonio banker and philanthropist Tom C. Frost IV, 90, has died, sources close to the family confirmed Friday.