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B8 SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013 Ruth, Stephen Hall . , . .. . Stephen Hall Ruth of Gilbert, AZ passed away unexpect-' '.i. .:. ..A edlv ADril 6. 2013 leavina behind a close-knit familv that V'tK" ' misses him very much. Born in Wiesbaden, Germany on r Inlw let lQfifl intrt a 1 1 C Air Cnrra family ha iram i in all around the United States. Steve was the 2nd eldest of seven. Following in his father's footsteps, Steve achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest attainable rank in the Boy Scouts of America. A gifted and competitive high school athlete, Steve went on to wrestle for the University of North Texas. Upon graduation, he found his calling as a procurement agent, eventually establishing a career in the defense industry with long stints at Gen eral Dynamics and Boeing. As a world traveler, he enjoyed the experiences and foods of other cultures. Family and friends were paramount in his life. Bocce matches, vacations, camping and other family activities were treasured times for him. One of Steve's proudest moments was watching his son Nathan graduate from the Air Force's Basic Military Training in Dec. 2012. Surviving Steve are his son Airman First Class Nathan Hall Ruth, Nathan's mom Betty Ruth; his mother Mary Ruth; five siblings, Kevin Ruth and wife Nancy, Robin Malafronte and husband Tom, Sarah Ruth, Ed Ruth and wife Sun-mi, Kerri Robertson and husband Bill; two nephews, three nieces; and two adoring pet dogs Max and Blackie. He was preceded in death by his father Dr. John C. Ruth and a brother, Jack Ruth. A celebration of Steve's life will take place April 27th at 5 p.m., Country Inn & Suites, Mesa, AZ. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Wounded Warrior Project or the Arizona Humane Society and for you to consider becoming, as Steve was, an organ donor. Scott, Ethel Marjorie 90, of Scottsdale, passed away on April 18, 2013. She was born in St. Thomas, ND, October 3, 1922, to Alexander Dickie Fraser and Elizabeth Cox Fraser. She was raised on a small farm outside of St. Thomas, yet graduated from St. Thomas High School at the age of 16, and then from Grand Forks Business College. She married James Watson Scott on July 20, 1943, and lived in Sauk Centre, MN until 1957, when she moved with her young family to Scottsdale. Ethel worked for the Scottsdale School System and for Siemens while raising her family. After retiring she and Jim continued to winter in Scottsdale, while spending their summers in their cabin in Strawberry, AZ. She especially enjoyed camping with her friends throughout Arizona and playing bridge. She is preceded in death by her six sisters and one brother, and by her beloved husband. She is survived by her four children, Jane (Todd), James (Karis), Brian (Karen), and Bill (Terrie), by eleven grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, and innumerable nieces and nephews. She will be sorely missed by her family and all who knew her. She lived her life as a role model for all of her family, instilling in them the values of hard work, Godliness, and living the Golden Rule. She was a loving and caring wife and mother who we never heard utter an unkind word about anyone. A private celebration of her life will be held followed by burial alongside her husband at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona. Serna, Jose Demetrio Sr. 74, of Phoenix passed away on 4513. A retiree of the City of Phoenix of 32 years, served in the U.S. Marine Corps and City of Phoenix neighborhood coalition leader recognition. He was a modest man who enjoyed camping and fishing as his passion. His memory will forever be with his loving children Cynthia Serna, Jose D. Serna Jr., Liza Hernandez, Yvonne Serna-Aragon, Robert Tarango, Anna Tarango, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblings; Li I -lie Herrera, Paul Serna and many other loving nieces, nephews and relatives. Memorial Services: Saturday,April 27, 2013 at Holy Family Catholic Church 6802 S. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85042 at 11:30am. Smith, Lola May Pearce if if 91, of Mesa died Tuesday, April 16, 2013 after a brief illness. She was with her family when she peacefully passed away. Lola May was a lifelong resident of Arizona spending her early years in Northern Arizona where she was born in Taylor. As a young girl she moved with her family to Mesa. She was pre-deceased by her husband Ross as well as a grandson. She is survived by her children: Ronald Smith (Annette) of Idaho, Mark Smith (Kathy) of Mesa, Sandra Howell (Jack) of CA and LouAnn Done (Mark) of Mesa; 9 grandchildren, 10 qreat- i grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren; sister Ruby ttros ot pnoenix, and brothers Marion Pearce ot Mesa and Melvin Pearce of Idaho. Lola May enjoyed gardening, quilting & sewing and was an avid genealogist. Lola May was a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and belonged to the Westwood ward. Funeral services are scheduled for Tuesday April 23, 2013 10 AM at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1054 W. 2nd Place in Mesa. Evening viewing is scheduled for Monday April 22nd from 6-8PM at the Bunker's Garden Chapel, 33 North Centennial Way, Mesa. Additional viewing is set for one hour prior to her funeral services on Tuesday. Interment will follow the funeral services at the City of Mesa Cemetery where she will be laid to rest next to her husband. Solomon, Edwin N. "Tod" . jj 82, of Scottsdale AZ passed away on April 11, 2013 with n's family by his side. Tod was born in Omaha, Nebras-fy ib ka, where he graduated from the University of Nebraska, ' -A ' after Droudlv servina in the United States Armv durina the Korean War. He moved his family to AZ in 1961, and retired as Senior Vice President of Chase Bank. A passion for cars, Civitan, Shriners and other philanthropic organizations were among his many interests. His quick . wit, compassionate nature, and generous heart will be greatly missed by his loving wife and best friend, Carol; daughter Laurie WeedenBob; son Tod SolomonJodi; 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. A private cele bration of life will be held in his honor at a later date. Stevens, Charles Wesley Jr. 85, born August 6, 1927, was released into the universe April 15, 2013. He was predeceased by father Charles Wesley Stevens, Sr., mother Verda Olive Stevens (Crane) and brother Vernon. Charles was lovingly surrounded by his chosen family: Carolyn and Al Enouen, Charles and Ami Enouen and family, Scott Lindstrom and partner Steve Hall, Eddie Carrillo, Scott Sturzl and partner George Geraci, Jane Rand, Leah Sturzl and David Mormon. Goodbye to our honorable, gentle and caring mentor and friend who taught us life, as beautiful as a flower, is a gift to be enjoyed. No memorial will be held at Charles' request. Donations in his name can be made to: Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA Endowment Fund; Lambda Legal, NY; and St. Mary's Food Bank, Phoenix. Stofsick, Joseph Garland Joseph Garland Stofsick age 90 passed on to Heaven on ' Sunday, March 17, 2013 at Banner Baywood Medical Center after a brief illness. Joe had been residing at The Leg- -it - f : acy Assisted Living in Mesa, Arizona. Prior to his moving ' ' ' into The Legacy Joe had been living at his home at Lei-. s '" sure World in Mesa, Arizona. Joe was born in Akron, ' .Js " Ohio on December 4, 1921 to Bailer Stephen and Bessie ' fc- ' Rogues Stofsick. Joe graduated from the Betty Hane ' A Grate School in Akron, Ohio and the Akron East High Ak-ron, Ohio in 1939, and then served his country in the US 1 Navy during WWII and was honorably discharged in 1946. After the War, Joe majored in Business and Accounting at Kent State University. Degree in hand, Joe headed west and settled in Denver, Colorado where he had a rewarding business career having worked for The Texas Company in Denver Colorado, Montgomery Ward Company Denver, Colorado and Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. While in Denver he met his beloved wife Esther while riding at an equestrian social club to which they both belonged. Joe and Esther married in 1949 and spent 40 wonderful years' together, living in Colorado, California and Oregon, and traveling the roads in between in their RV. They especially enjoyed sharing trips to National Parks with friends and relatives. Joe later moved to Arizona, where he continued to enjoy traveling and playing cards with special friends at Leisure World. Always ready with a smile and a joke, Joe will be lovingly remembered for his warmth and sense of humor. Preceded in death by his parents, dearest wife Esther, infant brother William, treasured sister and brother-in-law Thelma and Clarence Newhouse, and nephew, Christopher Newhouse, Joe is survived by his brother, Stephen Stofsick, nephews and nieces, Jeffrey Newhouse, Stacy Stofsick Yorde, Leanne Stofsick and Stephen Stofsick of Ohio. Otis Fiduciary and Guardianship Service, LLC of Maricopa, AZ is handling Joe's final affairs. A Memorial service will be held on April 26, 2012 at 2 pm at Melcher Mortuary Mission Chapel 6626 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85205 480-832-3500. Strutz, Susan Jean 53, of Gilbert, AZ passed away on April 18, 2013, after a long battle with cancer. Susan is survived by her husband Thomas Strutz; her 2 children Tammy Sobieraj and Thomas Strutz; her 3 grandchildren Olivia Sobieraj, Owen Sobieraj and Brady Strutz. Memorial services will be held at 10:30am, April 27, 2013 at Christ's Greenfield Lutheran Church, 425 N. Greenfield Road in Gilbert, AZ and in Portland, Oregon late June 2013. Suggett, Noreen Louise f5i m 68, of Cave Creek, AZ, passed away on April 18, 2013, sur-' rounded by her loving family, after losing her battle with cancer. The funeral service will be held at 10:00am on Friday, April 26 at Messinger Mortuaries, 8555 E Pinnacle Peak Road, Scottsdale, AZ, 85255, 480-502-3378. Visita tion will be held from 5:00-8:00pm on Thursday, April 25. Noreen was born in Concord, CA on June 29, 1944. She at- I tended Mt. Diablo High School and completed Paris Beauty College, earning her degree and was a stylist tor i 45 years prior to retiring. She spent the majority of her . career working for Eiko's Beauty Salon in Concord. Noreen married Rush Suggett in 1981; they have been married for 31 years. She retired and they moved to Arizona in 2008 to be near her daughter's family. Noreen enjoyed antiquing, decorating, shopping and took great pride in her home. She thoroughly enjoyed her family and loved keeping up on the latest news from friends and family. Noreen was known for her infectious laugh and the sound of her laugh will be missed by all. Noreen is survived by her husband, Rush; daughter, Corinne Hilger (Michael); son, Ronnie Ortega; step-children: Robert Suggett and Nicole Skidmore (Jesse); grandchildren: Gregory Hilger (Shannon), Jesse Ortega, Emily Roush, Catie Hilger, Olivia Ortega, Daniel Hilger, Amanda Hilger, Garrett Suggett and great-grandchild, Audrey Hilger. She is also survived by her mother, Edith Ferriera; brothers: Clifton Ferriera, Kenneth Ferriera, Dennis Ferriera, David Ferriera (Pizza); sister-in-laws: Saundra Ferriera and Candy Phillips; daughter-in-law, Lydia Ortega. Noreen is preceded in death by her father, Louis Ferriera; son, John Ortega; brother, Allen Ferriera; sister-in-law, Midge Ferriera; nephews: Anthony and Matthew Ferriera. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the American Lung Cancer Association,1301 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 800. Washington, DC 20004 , 202-785-3355; Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center ot Arizona -Contact Christy Atler at 602-747-4487; Hospice of the Valley, 1510 t. riuwer ai., hriuernx, Ai, oouii, du-dju-dss. MESSIc;ER Swartz, James "Jim" Ray James "Jim" Ray Swartz 74, of Glendale, Arizona passed away suddenly of natural causes on April 17, 2013 at home. Jim was born near Washington, IN on October 7,1938. He graduated from Glendale High School in 1956 and earned a Bachelors of Business at Arizona State Uni-' versity in 1960. He worked for and owned Swartz Con- struction Co. in Glendale since graduating from ASU. A - . L rarfiar familw man ha arriar himirn-i fiehinn nar. dening and wood working. Jim was a lifelong member of the Circle of Peace Church of the Brethren. Jim is survived by his wife of 52 years, Wilda, daughters Mary Fritz (Mark) and Jan Spresser (David), grandchildren Ka- therine Rose, Timothy Cole and Anna Grace, brothers Paul (Mary Jo) and Harold (Jane), and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents Alvin and Katherine. Visitation on Monday, April 22, 5 PM to 8 PM Chapel of the Chimes 7924 N 59th Ave Glendale. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 10 AM Circle of Peace, Church of the Brethren 8430 W Deer Valley Rd in Peoria. Reverend Jim Merrifield officiating. Burial following the funeral at West Rest Haven Cemetery, 6450 West Northern Ave Glendale. Arrangements by Chapel of the Chimes 7924 N 59th Ave Glendale. Flowers welcome, memorial donations may be made to Circle of Peace, Church of the Brethren. His family wishes to offer their gratitude to their extended family and friends who have lent support in our time of need. Taylor, Nina Elloway 84, of Phoenix, Arizona passed away on April 9, 2013. Nina was born in Arelee, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 10, 1929, the second of nine children of Zaker and Dora Elloway. She obtained her nursing degree from The College of Medical Evangelists, now Loma Linda University, in 1951. She was a member of the Camelback Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Phoenix for over 50 years. Nina was a loving mother and grandmother who , loved to travel, attend her church and spend time with her extended family. Nina is survived by her four children, Denise Taylor and her husband Doug McDowall of Los Angeles, Larisa Quijano and her husband Stanley of Phoenix, Max Taylor and his wife Maui of Phoenix, and Todd Taylor and his wife Regina of Boston; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; a sister and four brothers. A memorial service will be held at the Camelback Seventh-Day Adventist Church at 5902 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018 on April 20, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Camelback S.D.A. Church in memory of Nina Taylor, or to the Elloway Endowment Fund in memory of Nina Elloway Taylor, Office of Advancement, Canadian University College, 5415 College Avenue, Lacombe, AB Canada T4L 2E5. Tomor, Dorothy M. 87 passed away April 7, 2013 in Phx, AZ. She was born April 30, 1925 in Barberton, Ohio, moved to Phx, AZ 1961 with her husband and two children. Preceded in death by her second husband, Frank, she is survived by daughter Carol Timpy of Wills Point, TX, son Karl D. Saurer, Jr. (Juanita) of Phx, AZ, 5 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Her never-ending sense of humor will be missed by all who knew her. Interment will be in Akron, Ohio. No services are planned. THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC Wagner, Eugene L. (Gene) Born in Bristolville, Ohio, on August 9, 1946, to Duerelle Wagner (Bud) and Mildred A. Papale (nee: Easton). Died: April 18, 2013. He was preceded in death by his Mother and Father. Survived by daughter Ann W. Prather, husband Michael, and grandson Drake, siblings: brother Le-roy Krieg of Phoenix, Arizona, Eileen Fetz of MN, Roger Krieg and Martha Burger of Warren, Ohio, sister Diane Longstreph of Cortland, Ohio, and various nieces and nephews. Gene worked on a farm in western Pa. in the late 50's and early 60's for 5 or 6 years. When he returned to Ohio he worked in the logging industry with Chuck Mansfield. He also done cross country hauling for several years. He then moved to Phoenix, Arizona where he worked as a heavy equipment repairman. Following his brothers invitation he join Machinex Corporation where he did service work on Hitachi Seiki machine tools for ten years. He returned to Ohio in 2002 to take care of his mother until her passing in 2008. He enjoyed gardening, especially flowers and roses. He enjoyed fishing in his earlier years as well as showing horses, and the many horse pulling contests at many county fairs in N.E, Ohio. The past 1-12 years was spent doing what made him the happiest, visiting with the Krieg family at their farm in Colebrook, Ohio. He will be missed by friends and family, in Ohio as well as Phoenix, Arizona. Weaver, Karl S. . 83 of Tempe, AZ passed away peacefully to be with our heavenly Father on April 14, 2013. Karl was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. Karl was born on June 1, 1929 in Greenwich Ohio, the fourth son of Kent S. and Mary V. (Henderson) Weaver. He was preceded in death by his parents Kent and Mary, brothers William Weaver and Paul Weaver. After gradu ating from high school Karl enlisted in the US Army, serv ing ms country proudly tor 24 years retiring at tne rank of Chief Warrant Officer-4. While serving on his initial tour in Germany he met the love of his life, Sonja Sippel, they married and began their journey through life togeth er. During his distinguished military career that included three tours of Vietnam, Karl was awarded the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, numerous service and commendations medals, and the Army Parachute Badge. Karl continued his education while on active duty working on a law diploma through night and extension courses. After retiring from the Army in 1972, he began a second career working for Motorola in Scottsdale AZ till 1993. It was during this time Karl became very actively involved with his other love, his Church, the New Apostolic Church. Working tirelessly, Karl served as an ordained minister for his church for over 15 dedicated years serving our Heavenly Father and helping those in need. It was some health issues in 1993 that forced Karl to slow down and enter full retirement. He continued serving his church in other capacities till his death. Karl is survived by his loving wife of over 60 years Sonja; son Edward (Karen) Weaver, daughter Pamela Weaver, granddaughters Angela Weaver, and Christina (Matt) Stone, brothers Howard (Maxine) Weaver, and Robert (Sammee) Weaver and numerous nieces and nephews. Karl will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to know and love him. The family would like to express our deepest thank you for the compassion and care Karl received from the staff of Friendship Village (Hospice of the Valley) in Tempe during his last few days, especially Jen, Rochelle and Krag. Visitation will be held from 3 - 6 PM Sunday April 21 at Green Acres m Mortuary with the funeral service with full military fses honors being held at 1200 noon, Monday April 22 atfOienitvO VETERAN Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery, 401 N. Hayden y Road, Scottsdale AZ. BtVniV',.--l r i Trotter, Glenn Nelson 64, of Prescott AZ passed away on April 6, 2013. He was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He moved to Phoenix, AZ to start a family and a 27-year career as a math teacher in the DVUSD. He also enjoyed the great outdoors as an avid cyclist and fly fisherman. He retired in 2004 to Prescott to pursue his passion tor pottery. He is survived by tnree cmidren, motner, sister, and many dear friends. A memorial service, including pot-luck luncheon, will be held from 12:00-3:00pm, April 27th in the Community Room of the library at Yavapai College in Prescott, AZ. Vance, Owana Jean Owana Jean Vance, 85, of Phoenix, was born in Burkett, Texas August 20, 1927 on an oil lease. She expired on April 18, 2013 of complications from MRSA pneumonia. Her parents were Emmett and Maurine (Alice) Briscoe. About 1933 they moved to Marlow, Oklahoma; then in 1943 relocated to Mesa, Arizona. She attended Mesa Union High School where she met her high school sweetheart Calvin Vance, while working as an usherette at the Ritz Theater in Mesa. She later worked as a "Soda Jerk" at Mesa Drug. Cal and Jean were married on May 26, 1946 while Calvin was serving in the US Marine Corps. While waiting for Cal, Jean worked as a telephone opera tor. After his return she became pregnant with her oldest son Calvin Thomas. In 1948 she followed her husband to Mexico where he was working with the US Department of Agriculture on the Hoof and Mouth Eradication Program. They were stationed in a small fishing village, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. At the time it had a population of approximately 250. Zihuatanejo eventually became a resort called Ixtapa Zihuatanejo and outstripped Acapulco as a go to place. Other stations in Mexico were Zitacuaro, Michoacan and Jilotepec in the State of Mexico, in Mexico. After Mexico they moved back to Mesa, where she gave birth to her second son Mark Edward. Cal joined The Arizona Highway Patrol and they were stationed in Holbrook, Benson, Superior and Sierra Vista. While living in Sierra Vista, she gave birth to her third son Jeffry Burton, at the Tombstone Clinic. In 1969 they moved to Phoenix. While in Phoenix, Jean worked as a volunteer at Phoenix Memorial Hospital, and then as a traveling volunteer for Hospice of the Valley. She later worked as an office receptionist for several doctors, ultimately retiring in 1992. On March 23, 2013 Jean fell, fracturing her hip and was hospitalized at Phoenix Baptist Hospital. After successful hip replacement surgery she was transferred to North Mountain Rehabilitation center where she contacted MRSA. She expired at 6:40 AM on April 18, 2013, at HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY - Gardiner Home. Jean is survived by her husband, Calvin F. Vance, two sons, Calvin T. Vance and Jeffry B. Vance, two grandsons, Johnathan E. Vance and Daniel B. Vance, and two granddaughters, Xochitl E. Vance and Madeline M. Vance. Services will be held at the Chapel of North Phoenix Baptist Church, 5757 N. Central Ave. on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Viewing will begin at 10:00 AM with services commencing at 11:00 AM. She will be interred at Greenwood Memory Lawn Ceme tery, 2300 W. Van Buren in Phoenix. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in Jean's name to: HOSPICE OFfnianitv THE VALLEY - Gardiner home, 1522 W. Myrtle Ave., Phoenix AZ VJfy 85021-7939. Vasquez, Rene George Sr. 59, of Phoenix Az passed away on April 13, 2013. Born Febuary 22, 1954 went to rest April 13, 2013 . Preceded in death by father John Vasquez and son Johnny Vasquez He is survived by son Rene G Vasquez Jr and daughter ; i Elizabeth Vasquez. 5 grandchildren 1 great grand daugh- . ! ter , Mother Isabel Vasquez sister Jenny Figueroa i '. " (Monche) brother Paul Vasquez ( Diane) brother Tommy Vasquez (Margie) a host of nieces and nephews and his k longtime loving companion Carla Pacheco Harper's Fu neral home 1246 E Jefferson Phoenix Az 85034 Tuesday April 23, 2013 services 930am-1130am burial at East Rest . . Haven 4310 E Southern Phoenix Az 85042 In Memoriam In Loving Memory of 3)cvty Standi Gugu-tte 08291972 - 04231983 Death cannot dim the lights you shine to Earth, Although your death has surely dimmed its sun! Reaching out from those lights you brought at birth, Your life will shine ... until our lives are done.... Our Love won't end -Love's course is always run. Mom and Dad, and your Loving Family 1L AR-0008003082-01 In Memoriam jf Mary Ernst Goshert h 11141946-4232003 1 Oth Anniversary Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. 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