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E6 ALL EDITIONS Obituaries Troy L Kirkland TEMPE - Troy L. "Tony" Kirkland. 63, who had been a sales and service representative for Southwest Fire Equipment Co. 19 years, died Nov. 30, 1933, at Desert Samaritan Hospital in Mesa. Mr. Kirkland, of Tempe, was born in Washington and moved to Arizona 20 years ago from Idaho. He served in the Navy in World War 11. ', Survivors include his wife, Rose; daughters, Regina Lacaff and Tamara Palmer, and brother. : Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Grace Community Church, 3201 S. Terrace Road. Hazel Hendrtx COOLIDGE Haul Hendrix, 66, who had been a pressor on a cotton compressor, died Nov. 27, 1983, in Tucson. Mr. Hendrix, of Coolidge, was born in Nashville, Ark., and moved to Arizona 40 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Ozarea; daughters, Willie Dec Collins, Wande Reece and Gloria Hendrix; sons. Will, Billy, Merle and Mike; two sisters; two brothers and nine grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Cole and Maud Mortuary. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Life Tabernacle Church. Peter Legler " ' MESA Peter Legler. 65, owner of Imperial Trailer Sales, Legler Realty and Legler Wholesale Auto of Denver, died Nov. 29, 1983, at Mesa Lutheran Hospital. . Mr. Legler, of Mesa, was born in Montana and moved to Arizona seven years ago from Denver. He served in World War II and was a member of the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; daughter, Gail Grogan; son, Ronald; two sisters and six grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. today at Henderson Funeral Home, 3529 E. University, Mesa, where services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Clyde A. Davis : . MESA Clyde A. Davis, 80, who had been a locomotive engineer for the C.8.& Q. Railroad in Utah, died Nov. 30, 1983, at Desert Samaritan Hospital. .. Mr. Davis, of Mesa, was born in Nebraska and moved to Arizona in 1967 from Utah. He was a Mason. t Survivors include his wife, Evelyn; daughter, Darlene J. Buttell; son, Darrell; two sisters; two brothers; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. -' Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. today at Melcher's Chapel of the Roses, 43 S. Stapley Drive, where services will be 10 a.m. Saturday. Lucille Lee WHITERIVER - Services for Lucille Lee, 29, who died Nov. 25, 1983, at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, will be 1 p.m. Saturday at North Fork Miracle Church. Mrs. Lee, who was employed as a maid, was a lifelong resident of Whiteriver. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth; . mother, Amellia Shipp, and three sisters. Jackson Mortuary, Show Low, made arrangements. Terry M. Valenzuela GLENDALE Mass for Terry M. Valenzuela, 24, who died Dec. 1, 1983, at St Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, will be 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Raphael's Catholic Church, 5525 W. Acorria. Friends may call from 5 to 9:30 p.m. today at Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh bt., Fhoemx, where a rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Valenzuela, of Glendale, was born in Phoenix and was a graduate of Sunnyslope HighSchooL Survivors include her husband, Ralph; parents, Nello and Ray Riveras; a grandmother, two sisters and four brothers. Linda C. Pare - Scripture services for Linda Catherine Pare, 37, who died Nov. 29, 1983, at a Valley hospital, will be 11 a.m. today at Whitney & Murphy Arcadia Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Friends may call one hour . before services at the funeral home. Miss Pare had resided in Phoenix all her life and attended St Mary's High School and Arizona State University. , Survivors include her mother, Lois Pare; nd a brother. Peter Harold Hedeman SUN CITY - Peter Harold Hedeman, 77, a Chicago banker, died Nov. 29, 1983, at his residence, 17863 N. 99th Drive. Mr. Hedeman was born in Chicago and moved to Arizona in 1978 from McHenry, I1L He was a member of the American Legion. ; '. Survivors include his wife, Grace; daugh- . ter, Nancy Besch; son, Frederick; four sisters and five grandchildren. Mass will be 11 a.m. Saturday at St Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, 9728 Palmeras. Menke Funeral Home made arrangements. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or the Arizona Leukemia Foundation. ', Frances H. Overfield Frances H. Overfield, 79, of 4602 N. 24th Str died Nov. 30, 1983, at Sacred Heart Home. Mrs. Overfield was born in Erie, Pa., and moved to Arizona from Chicago 10 years ago, She was a member of St Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. -" Survivors include her husband, Bryan; -daughter, Sister Mary Brian; and three grandchildren. ' '. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at JHansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St, where a rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Mass will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Home chapel, 1110 N. 16th St 24-hour air-pollution S I SheaBlvd I ' Tj " " n 1 3 ale Ave wM . . , ts 9 r-4, gV tmcotnOr 3 g ' ' g o , -g rr. Camelhack Rd 2 s E fTpn"""! i f L) m Thomas Rd bI y n van' .jy Broadway Rri X N "fl " Julia C. Sprague Julia C. Sprague, 92, a former nurse at Phoenix Greyhound Park, died Nov. 30, 1983. at John C. Lincoln Hospital k Health Center. Mrs. Sprague, of Phoenix, moved to Arizona from her native New Orleans 38 years ago. She was member of St. Agnes Catholic Church. Survivors include her sons, Charles and James Saunders; a brother, and nine grandchildren. Services will be in Mandeville, La. Whitney & Murphy Arcadia Funeral Home made local arrangements. Albert W.Crosby MESA Albert W. "Bert" Crosby, 97, who was a farmer and stockman in the Round Valley area for many years, died Nov. 30, 1983, at his residence, 444 S. Nevada Way. Mr. Crosby was born in Springerville, moved to Phoenix in 1942 and then to Mesa in 1952. Survivors include his wife, Rebecca; daughters, Deola Kent, Delia Smith and Ethel Updike; sons, Welton L., Melvin S. and Wyatt; stepchildren, Elva McLendon, Malzie Smith, Lula Maye Bernabie, Jean Harrison, Janell Campbell, Hershell, Kenneth, Weldon and Eddie Arlington; 23 grandchildren and 52 great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. today at the Mesa 7th Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 997 E. Broadway. Friends may call one hour before services at the church. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Eagar Cemetery in Eagar. Meldrum Mortuary made arrangements. Alice Streeter Services for Alice Streeter, 29, who died Nov. 28, 1983, at her Phoenix residence, will be 3 p.m. today at Lundberg's White Rose Chapel, 5310 W. Northern, Glendale. Miss Streeter, a water-treatment technician for Arizona Public Service Co., was born in Concord, N.H., and moved to Arizona from California 18 months ago. Survivors include her parents, Helen and Edward. Lundberg's White Rose Chapel, Glendale, made local arrangements. Diana M. Mayes Diana Margarete Mayes, 44, of 2222 N. 47th Ave., died Nov. 30, 1983, at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Mrs. Mayes was born in Quincy, III., and moved to Arizona six years ago. She was a member of St Vincent de Paul's Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Buddy D.; daughter, Frances K. Massie; sons, Frank and George Lisciandrello; mother, Ruth Steffen; four sisters and a brother. Services will be 2 p.m. today at Memory Lawn Mortuary, 719 N. 27th Ave. Jeri Brookshire GLENDALE Jeri Brookshire, 61, of Glendale, died Nov. 30, 1983, at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix. Mrs. Brookshire was born in Inkom, Idaho, and moved to Arizona from Washington in 1972. Survivors include her husband, Glenn; daughters, Glenda H. Brookshire, Lorraine L. Barnard, Gloria Kirby and Shelley Burnhardt; sons, Ronald G. and Stanley O.; four sisters; three brothers; 14 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Lundberg's White Rose Chapel, 5310 W. Northern. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Resthaven Park Cemetery, 6290 W. Northern. Ed Davis Ed Davis, 95, of Phoenix, who was a farmer, died Nov. 25, 1983, at Phoenix Memorial Hospital. Mr. Davis was born in Mineral Springs, Ark., and moved to Arizona in 1941. He was a Mason. Survivors include his wife, Classie May, daughters, Ozaree Burt and Gladys Adams; sons, Tom, Willie and Edward E.; 32 grandchildren; 64 peat-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren. Friends mav call from 2 to 8 p.m. today at Webber & Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Willow Grove Baptist Church, 3244 S. 40th St Pearl M. Foster TEMPE Services for Pearl Mabel Foster, 81, who died Nov. 30, 1983, at her Tempe residence, will be 10 a.m. Saturday at The Church on Mill, First Southern Baptist Church, 1300 S. Mill Ave. Mrs. Foster was born in Graham County and lived at the Vulcher Mine and in Wickenburg before moving to the Tempe area in 1962. Survivors include her daughters, Jeanette Bingham, Melba Guin and Mary R. Sherman; son, Richard; four sisters and four brothers; 19 grandchildren and 23 greatgrandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern. Graveside services will be 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Wickenburg Cemetery. Antonio P. Enclnas Antonio P. Encinas, 99, who retired from -Valley Feed & Seed Co., died Nov. 29, 1983, at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Mr. Encinas, of Phoenix, moved to Arizona from his native Mexico 62 years ago. Survivors include daughters, Virginia Pena, Rose and Adeline Encinas; son, Jesus; .19 grandchildren; 44 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave., where rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Mass will be said 9 a.m. Saturday at Immaculate Heart Catholic Church, 909 E. Washington. report Carbon monoxide Ozone 1 80 Ism 2 70 1am 3 nrnr 4 nrnr 5 nrnr 6 nrnr 7 2612mid B 26 1am 02pm 163pm 11 3pm nrnr nrnr . 133pm 164pm 133pm Particulates: 48 Pofution-itenoard Mm: 0-60 good. 61-100 moderate; 101 l9 unheaWM 200-2M very umeaimwi, jou-above naaro- oua Crborvrnonoxtfto tigurai are ynwroaya Ngtant earn how evwtgM enrjjng at amen wieo. urone igm era one- Hour averegea. Particulatea renting m taken at ataaon 1 W: nor The Arizona Republic Westgearth C. Heller Westgearth C. Heller, 99, who had worked for Aermotor Co., in Minnesota, for 50 years, died Nov. 27, 1983, at Valley hospital. Mr. Heller, of 8232 N. 34th Drive, was : born in Geneva, Ind., and moved to Arizona 20 years ago from Minnesota. He graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., and retired as general manager from Aermotor Co. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a Shriner. Survivors include daughters, Madelyn Annett and Charlene Saltnass; a brother; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Mass will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 4715 N. Central. Seymour L Simon SCOTTSDALE Seymour L Simon, 76, who had been a magazine publisher, died Dec 1, 1983, at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. Mr. Simon, of 4800 N. 68th St, was born in St Paul, Minn., and moved to Arizona from California 10 years ago. He attended the University of Minnesota and was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He served in the Army in World War II. He was publisher of Screen Actors Guild Magazine from 1935 to 1936 and Tail Wagger magazine from 1940 to 1941. He also was affiliated with Guest Informant magazine for several years. Survivors include his wife, Levoy, daughters, Michelle Filbrun, Marcy Hall and Cynthia Vassar, two sisters and a brother, and two grandchildren. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. today at Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 23029 N. Cave Creek, Phoenix. Messinger Mortuary made arrangements. Edward P. Giguere Edward P. Giguere, 57, who was an accountant with Sun Trailer Sales, died Dec. 1, 1983, at St Luke's Medical Center. Mr. Giguere, of 3131 N. 37th St, was born in Chicago and moved to Arizona from Texas in 1966. He served in the Navy in World War II and with the Army in the Korean War and Vietnam War. Survivors include his wife, Lillian A.; daughters, Janet Hanback, Nancy James, Louise Thomas, Sharron and Peggy Giguere; sons, Ray Kurz, Jerry, Chuck and Ted Giguere; father, Edward; a sister; and eight grandchildren. Mass will be 9 a.m. Saturday at St Mark's Catholic Church, 400 N. 30th St Mercer Mortuary made arrangements. - Kathryn J. Neiswlnger CHANDLER Kathryn Jane Neiswin-ger, 71, a retired legal secretary, died Nov. 27, 1983, at a Valley hospital. Mrs. Neiswinger, of 298 N. McQueen Road, was born in Benton Harbor, Mich., and moved to Arizona from Florida in 1965. Survivors include her daughter, Cynthia G. Bacquet; five grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. . Bueler Mortuary arranged private services. . Charles G. Cavanaugh CHANDLER Charles G. Cavanaugh, 74, who retired from Sears Roebuck and Co. in 1973, died Nov. 29, 1983, at his Chandler residence. Mr. Cavanaugh was born in Black Hawk County, Iowa, and moved to Arizona from Owosso, Mich., two years ago. He served in the Army in World War if. He worked 18 years in catalog sales for Sears in Michigan. Survivors include his wife, Hannah; daughter, Kathleen; son, Patrick; two sisters; and three grandchildren. Services will be in Chicago. Bueler - Mortuary made local arrangements. Odena Floyd SCOTTSDALE Odena Floyd, 85, of 7111 N. Via de Pat, died Nov. 30, 1983, at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix. Mrs. Floyd was born at Willow Lake, S.D., and moved to Arizona in 1929. She was a member of Leisure Club and Sodality at her church. Survivors include her son, Frederick R. Sargent; six grandchildren and a greatgrandchild. Mass will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 7655 Main St Messinger Mortuary made arrangements. Alfred Hlmber MAYER Alfred Himber, 69, who had been a bartender, died Nov. 30, 1983, at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Pieacott ' Mr. Himber, of Mayer, was bom in Patterson, N J., and moved to Arizona from Oakland, NJ., 12 years ago. He served in the Army in World War II. Survivors include his wife, Arline; sons, Robert and Ronald; stepdaughters, Sandra Shuire and Lorraine Gallagher; a sister, seven grandchildren and a great-grandson. Graveside service will be 1 p.m. today at Mayer Cemetery. Hampton Funeral Home, Preacott, made arrangements. Contributions may be made to V.A. Medical Center in Preacott 1 i ; ' n w V . . . 1 Y 7 Um:L Catherine L. Burkhard Catherine L. Burkhard, 68, a nurse at the Arizona Children's Hospital four years, died Nov. 29, 1983, at Maryvale Samaritan Hospital. r Mrs. Burkhard, of 1608 N. 55th Drive, was born in Coloma, Mich., and moved to Arizona nine years ago from California. Survivors include daughters, Mary Ann Vaughn and Patricia McDonald; sons, Thomas and Ronald; a sister and 11 grandchildren. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. todav at Greenwood Memorial Park, 2300 W. Van Bursn St Green Acre Mvtuary, Glandale, made arrangemanta, X Andy L. Nonella Andy L. Nonella, 66, who trained racing greyhounds, died Nov. 28, 1983, at Veterans Administration Medical Center. Mr. Nonella, of 508 W. Lynwood, was bora in California and moved to Arizona from Florida 20 year ago. He was a veteran of World War IL Survivors include his wife, Virginia; daughter, Valerie V. Naumann; son, Warren ' W. Sum merlin; a sister and a brother; and two granddaughters. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. today at Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 23029 N. Cave Creek. A.L. Moore ft Sons mada arrangements. Pansy M. McKenzie Pansy Marguerite McKenzie, 85, who was a housemother for Alpha Delta Pi sorority at Hanover College in Indiana, died Nov. 30, 1983, at Village Green Nursing Home. Mrs. McKenzie, of 3110 E. Yucca St, moved to Arizona from her native Indiana 11 years ago. She was a member of Mountain View Christian Church. Survivors include her daughters, Joan Robinson and Naomi Coppock; sons, Charles and Warren; a sister and three brothers; eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be in Brazil, Ind. A.L Moore t Sons made local arrangements. Austin Menchaca Sr. Austin Menchaca Sr., 49, a plumber, of 1118 E. Gibson Lane, died Nov. 30, 1983, at . Phoenix Memorial Hospital. Mr. Menchaca was born in Austin, Texas, and had lived in Arizona since 1942. Survivors include his wife, Lydia; daughters, Barbara A. Ruiz, Christine M. Cervantes and Sandra M. Narvais; sons, Austin Jr. and Paul V.; six sisters; and aeven grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at A.L. Moore & Sons, 333 W. Adams, where a rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Mass will be 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, 1102 E. Hilton. Earl W. Garrison Earl W. Garrison, 76, who was a pipe rater, died Nov. 29, 1983, at Phoenix Baptist Hospital. Mr. Garrison, of 1915 N. 41st Drive, was born in New Mexico and moved to Arizona from Torrance, Calif., seven years ago. He formerly lived in Arizona from 1908 to 1939. He was a member of the Southern California Pipe Trades Union. Survivors include his daughter, Patsy J. Dawes; son, Donald E.; a sister and a brother, seven grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. : Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at A.L Moore & Sons, 333 W. Adams, where services will be 10 a.m. Saturday. Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association. Jeannette Pascall Jeannette "Je" Pascall, 69, former secretary to a federal judge in Oklahoma, died Nov. 29, 1983, at St Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center. Mrs. Pascall, of 1804 E. Rovey, was born in Chicago and moved to Arizona from Portland, Conn., in 1958. She attended business college in Keokuk, Iowa, and had been a secretary at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. ' Survivors include her husband, Richard B.; and three brothers. . Services will be 11 a.m. today at All Saints Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central. A.L. Moore & Sons made arrangements. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Heart Fund of the American Heart Association. DaveApodaca Mass for Dave Apodaca, 63, who died Nov. 28, 1983, in Glendale, Calif., where he resided, will be 10 a.m. today at St Augustine's Catholic Church, 3630 N. 71st Ave. Mr. Apodaca was born in Flagstaff and had lived in the Phoenix area for several .years. He was a tree trimmer for Nagel Lumber Co. for 25 years. He moved to California four months ago. Survivors include his daughters, Dora Cordova and Betty Kappes; sons, Paul Montoya Jr. and Lawrence; three sisters and a brother; and eight grandchildren. Mass will be 10 a.m. today at St Augustine's Catholic Church, 3630 N. 71st Ave. Maryvale Chapel and Mortuary made local arrangements. Phillip H. Kittel PEORIA Phillip H. Kittel, 63, an auto-parts salesman, died Nov. 30, 1983, at his Peoria residence. Mr. Kittel was born in Missouri and had lived in Arizona 53 years. He was a former Tucson resident and was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Amateur Radio Association of Tucson and Thunder-bird Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Maxine; daughter, Sharon Faith; son, Phillip E.; a brother, and five grandchildren. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Lundberg's White Rose Chapel, 5310 W. Northern, Glendale, where services will be .10:30 a.m. Saturday. Grace S. Osterberg MESA Grace S. Osterberg, 90, of 4767 E. Catalina, died Nov. 29, 1983, in Mesa. Mrs. Osterberg was bom in Denver and moved to Arizona from Portland, Ore., in 1973. She was a member of Assembly of God Church. Survivors include her son. Dean; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Melcher's Mission Chapel arranged private services. Dagmar M. Irgens SCOTTSDALE Dagmar M. Irgens, 92, of 8202 E. Arlington, died Dec. 1, 1983, at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Irgens was born in Wisconsin and moved to Arizona from California 15 years ago. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and past grand guardian of the International Order of Jobs Daughters. She also was past president of Scottish Rita Women's Club of Minneapolis and was a charter member of the Masonic Memorial Hospital Auxiliary of Minnesota. . Survivors include her daughter, Mariorie Martin; son, W.E.; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be 3 p.m. today at Messinger Mortuary, VbUl K. Indian school. Mary G. Foote SUN CITY Memorial service for Mary G. Foote, 83, who died Nov. 30, 1983, at her Sun City residence, Till be 3 p.m. today at Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Mr. Foote was born in St Paul, Kan., and moved to Arizona from California in 1961. Survivor include her niece, Grace Stone and Shirley Alexander, and nephew, James Carter.. Contribution may be made to American Canoer Society. Marriage licensee November 2. 1983 ALEJO-CHAVEZ, Rodrige Monteuals. Ja; Mara Cxi Carmen. il. both of 7302 N 27th SI. BAKER-BASSO, Patrick Jotapy, JS, Roberta, 21, both of 170 W. Missouri BANHING-ROSAL, Mark LetffMon. 13, Scotts dale; carmen Havoee, zv, sen i-rancisco BtNFORD-KRAUEL, Robert David. 24. Jonna Michele, 19, both of 1520 N. : . 2Slh AV. BLACK-TURtiELLA, Ear Lerov. 45, Cotton wood: Jacqueline, J Mesa BRADFORD-CONTI, James Hamilton, S2; Robin. 40, 17437 N. Uth Ave. BULLOCK-COLE, John Stewart Jr., 3a, 460$ W. Fan-mount; Debra Jean, 24. 3205 W Roma BUSSNO-SCHOENING, Georee Elmer, 43, Dova, Dataware, Cotten Wanda, 41. Mesa CALLAWAY-SHEPHARD, Anthony Shawn, T, 2339 W. Shaw Butte Dr.- Cynthia Ann, 1. CARMOSrNO-SAPP, James Edward, 13. 4902 E. Thomas; Paula Maria, 24, 5225 E. Roedrun- CARUTH-GUEVARA. Michael James, 20; Ar- leen Rachel, 11, both of Mesa CRESSY-WALDEN, James Michael. 34; Susan Margarlte.il, both of Chandler CRUZ-LEWANDOWSKI. Anthony, 27, Glendale; Nancy Jean, 24, eSeS W. Bethany Home CUMMIMG-FOX, Gregory James, 36; Sham key, 21, both of 2704 VV. Sahuaro DAVIS-KINNAMON. Colin Russel. 26; Beth Michelle, 19, both of Chandler DAVIS-ANDROVANDt, Vincent Rent, 29; Den-he Ellen, 25, both of Gardens. Calif. D'AGOSTIMO-HAINES, Domenic Alexander, 38; Sera Francis, 37, both of Tempe DIAZ-DIAZ, Mike Escudero Jr., 30, 43 W. SaithgeleTOorothv Abra, 30. 1947 W. Baseline Rd (remarriage) DUOAN-MATOGA, Eddie GaHegot, 21; Ketrln Gisele, 23, bolh of 11431 S KI Dr. FARRIMOND-PHILLIPS, James Eric, 17, Glendale; Lydia Louise, 17, Peoria FEOIE-SLEEP, Roger Ronald, 27; Lynn Marie, 21, both of $202 N. tth PI FOSTER-IRVINE, Andrew Wayne, 20; Per-ianne Doled, 42, both of Casa Grande GARNER-BELZESKL Blair Keith. 22, Katy, Tanas; Jennifer Lynn, 19, Houston, Texas GARRARD-WHITMER, Scotl trvin, 25; Lorn Jay. 23, both of Glendale GELSER-BARDE. Wavnt Edward, 36, 1017 E. 7lh Ave; Michele Ellen, 23, 303 E. Sourh Mountain GONZALES-GONZALES, Edward. It; Motile Bea. 19, both of S414 S. Central GUTIERREZ-BURNO, Salvador Tranqumano, IS, 8832 W. Monterosa; Tonia Rave, IS, Tolleson HAMITLON -MERRILL, Robert Lawrence, 46, Jefferson City, Miss.; Karen, 45, Eagar HANSON-KOSiS, James Kendall, 27; Karen, 26, bolh of Tempe HARRIS-COOPER, Albert William III, 24. Tempe; Bridget! Kave, 21, Mesa HELLER-LESIE, waller Robert, za, oioom- Lm.Mm.L 1U . CIU Ctaru 4Q AiUllAM III HUTSON-MCICNNEY, Roderick Rav, 37; Rox-nne Kstrtna. M, both of 4417 12 S. 19th St. IN-SOEUN, Owa, 36; Sokhom, 38, both of 4421 W Vernon JOHNSON-LaZARUS. David Roorlc, 32, M1 E. Mountain View; Laurl, 30, Scolttdala JOMNSON-RIVAIT, V. Rots, S3; Barbara Jean, 43, bolhof4?S3E Hano KANE-KOMRADY, Richard Allan, 3$; Melody Kave. ?4, both of Campbell, CelH. KEMPTON-OSTEN, Gregory John, M; Alexandra Michelle. 76, both of Scotttdale KRUECER-CRECO, Kevin Scotl. 29; Viroloia Mary,!?, Dot of 1534 E Wind LANG-MULLER, Robert Lyman Jr., 21, 9417 N. 17th PI.; Lori Diane. 20, 3 14 W. Solar LEIJT HOLD-WALKER, Clark, 24; Deborah. 33, both of San Bernardero, Calif. LOPEZ-GAXIOLA, Joe, It, M4S E. Thomas; Valerie Marie, 13, 3OTSN. 42nd Ave. LOVE-DUHART, Donald Ray, 22, 20S3 W. Pecan; Elizabeth Ann, 23, 243e W. Wathinplon AAcCARTV-JOHNSON, Jeme David, 46, 3132 12 E. Coronedo; Gtanna Raylene, 19, 3132 E. Coronado MILLER-CARLSON, Jeffrey Stephen, 24; Deborah Eliiabolh, 23, both of Chandler AAONTOYA-REYESf Manuel Coronado, 3S, Mesa; Rachel, 24, Superior AORGAN-TELLANDER, David Lee, 44, 2171 W. Coolidge; Charlotte Swan, 39. 2302 W. Plnchot NEAL-SULUVAN, Timothy Brannon, 30; Patricia Trlumpho, 22,toth of Salinas, CalH. ONTIVEROS-VALENCIA, Raul Federlco, 47; Maria Marcia a Lucera, 48, both of Chandler PABLO-PABLO. Jeffrey Gerald, 18; Francin Rose, 17, bolh of Layeen PETRICH-MICHAELS, Timothy Allan, 30; Robin Joanne, 31, both of 8278 N. 19th Ave. PHASLEY-EOWARDS, David, 41; Katharine Mildred, 43, bolh of 32 13 W. Dalley POLING-WOODHALL, Michael Gene, 32; Judith Ann, 44, both of 1647 W. Haielwood POWELL-BON NGARD, Carl Gene, 23; Betsy ann, 19, both of Chandler REYNOLOS-VANIOOYEN, Benlamln Dale, 2SS, 1328 W. Morrow; Brenda Jean, 37, 1514 W. RICHARDSON-ROSENSTEEL, David Lee, 35; Bonnie Jean, 34, both of 3131 N. 41sl St. ROBINSON -MOODY. Jesse Clayton, 23, 3331 W. Ocotillo; Linda Gay, 70, 8634 W. tndianola RODRIGUEZ-GALLEGOS, Salvador, 18, 1034 W. Tavlor; Kimmy Rae, 16, 2911 W. Shawbutle ROMERO-JIMENEZ, Arthur lieolrre, 22, 91S N. 46th Way; Glneer Marie, 18, 4878 W. SAAKtAN-KRUMWIEDE, Jack Albert 28, Flagstaff; Carol Jane, 23, Redonda Beach, Calif. SANCHEZ -CORR ALES, Juan Manuel, 21, 1404 E. Broadway; Sylvia Manuela, 22, 6208 S. 10th . St. SCHUELER-LEWtS, William Jamas, 21; Christine Maree, 21, both of 11828 N. 35th Ave. SCHULTE-McGRAW, Steve Robert, 27; Pa-trcia Ann, 25, bolh ot Alburquerque, K M. SCHIVIEMAN-LESTER, David Wayne, 28, Tempe; Martha Jane, 22, Scottsdale SEGOND-CLANIN, Craig James, 22; Gabrietla Leigh, 23, bolh of 5315 W. Campbell SIMPSON-MALLERY. William Henry, 39; Sharon Lee, 42, both ol Mesa SMITH-REIDER, Troy Dee, 18; Levla Ruth, 16, both of 11036 N.Biltmore Or. STEWART-CRANE, Gary Wayne, 33; Nancy Lorene, 21, both of 505 W. Missouri STROP-TRINKELLA, Eric Dean, 19; Veronica, 18, both ol Glendale . VICKERMAN-LORE. Norman Lee, 29; Karen Dene, 36, both ot 1015 N. 60th Dr. WEINER-LAUGHARN. Bernard Mark, 30; Theresa Ann. 26, bolh ot El Toro, CalH. WERTZ-WITTBRODT, Raymond Pater, 28; Catherine Elaine, 23, both of Chandler WHEAT-PATE, Larry Dean, 43; Bonis Mae, 35, both of Mesa WIGGINS-Mc DONALD, Warren, 25; Kathleen Ann, 24. both of Tucson ... WILLIAMS-BYNUM, Scott Lae, 21, 3540 W. , Butler; Charlotte Ann, 26, Glendale . . ' YOUNG-McCRARY, Gary Lee. 27, 1543 E. Calaveras; Donna Michele, 27, 7916 W. Minne-lona November 30, 1983 BECKMAN-CAPIN, Gabriel, 28; Beth Jav, 25, bothof516W.Encanto BOOCHIER-ANDERSEN, Jack Dee. 44, 702 W. Sekton Ln.; Darlene Kay, 36, 2101 W. Lane Ave BREIDT -CHRISTY. John Martin, 31; Tracey Leanne, 21, both ot 2559 N. 60th Dr. BUTLER-DUVALL, David Martin, 27; Lyme Michelle, 21, both of Phoenix CAHILL-GLOSS, John Michael, 41; Henrietta, 42, both of Mesa CARROLL-OWE NBY, Robert William, 37, Flagstaff; Betlve Sue, 42, Black Canyon City CARSON-DICKINSON, Jackie Lae, S3; June . Ann. 49, bolh of Mesa 1 -Funeral Announcements Oouas 1 Through SO 1-Funeral AiWa08MvWiiiirt i DAMS. Byron M. Hys-band of PTvrW-ather (nn N knn Nicon. orotner or nyder, Louis J. & J, HarveY Sherry , Brlnkerhpfl, lyranuTimii Grandfather of ix., ile. lammy ijpw, lavia nnor- diacey nonsen. (!)ler, lnferrnenr,Wasa. rfends may calf Sun., 6- nation UTCH jr.ravesl OLLA, .Joseph i. - For suren. M'1 vim tyiRKHARO, Catherine L. W&ASAjfMe'nwood rVtemorfal Park. Phx- Ax. rVJt sborofRW" keeJto'MeMfi tmlt TulaST' Ber oton, Jean ' E. Broadway. Friends may. call are Avenue. Interment Greenwood Memorial Park. Ar- Bethany Home Road. neciicui. n memor HearfFijmo Is prelt servi Inleri RffREIB GARRISON, Alice Ar- Irgens, comar m,, . arandch dran. Sar rVtaary,oitteleTn anacnnorn..I.oryices lerment iwinneai BMiihlir Caiell sun. the 1 Reoublkil sons, inn. (O Carrier In Friday, December 2, 1983 COLLINS-BREWER, Edward Michael s. Tempe; Linda Ann, 77, Mesa EGGE-NEVIN. William Blair, 24. Glenda, Patricia Ann, 24, Scottsdale CALVIN-VOYLES, John AAartin, J4; Marly) Jane, 35, bolh of Tempe GRUBBS-WILLIS. Patrick Alan. 23; LWv Beth. 21, bom of Mesa H AG ER -MARTINEZ, Thomas Shirley, II; Denise Am. II. both ol Chandler HASHAGEN-DALE, Kenneth Frederick Jr 29, 13033 N. 38th Ave,; Esther Rose, 27. Chandler HERNANDEZ-CARTER, Samuel Marcelo, 30; Sandra Louise. 35. bolh ol 3450 W. Missouri LYONS-BRYSON, Charles Matthew. 41, Scottsdale; Donne Marie, 36, 1536 E. Colter MARTINE2-GARCIA, Robert AquAer. 25, 6933 W. Cambridge; Grace Vasouei, 29, Glendale MURPHY-SCHRIEBER. Brian Leigh, 2t, Carolyn Kim, 25, both of 10040 S. 47th St. STOTT-FARRAR, Brian, 42; Patricia Ann, 29, both of Tempe SWEENEV-HOFFMEtSTER, WMiom James Jr., 22; Linda, 19. both of Glendale SYROTHJK-VERGE. Klemens. 62; Wattraud E ttriede, 48, both of 6330 W. Central VALDEZ-OillHIUS, Albino Bueras, 26; Guadalupe Vacasequa. 25, bolh ot Guadalupe WEAVER-BARNARD, Frank Monroe,. Si; Vickie Lee. 30, both of Farminglon, N.M WEIDE -LESTER, Ronald Le Roy. 20; Julie Lynn, 19, bot ot 7045 W. Northern WYATT-JOHNSON. Gay Michaet, 35; Sharon Jean, 24. bolh of 3706 E . Southern ZEaMET-UNDENFELSER, Robert Charles, 32; Carol Anne. 37. both of Glendale BEMEL-SELLERS, William Edwin, 40; Thur-sa Ann, 40, both of Apecha Jet BUCHANAN-WILLIAMS. Alexander Eugene. 20; Charlotte Lorreen, 18, both of Avondele CALLIS-HILLMAN, Claude Quinlon, 33; Sleccv Colleen, 25, both of 1946 W. Larkspur ... CHAMBLESS-BIBB, Estle Thomas, 19, 4037 W. Burgess; JoleneFaye, 26, 3749 E.Cholle COLE-BREEDEN, Kelly Shane, 24, 4006 W. Tonlo; Carta Sue, 21,3610 W. Buchanan . CRAIG-DOERRER, Wayne Michael, 20; Deborah Jane, 21, both of 301 N. Uth St. DAY-ARENAS, Michael Christian, 31; Antonia, 34. both ol 6606 W. Earti Dr. - . DUERKES-TOBIN, Jeffrey Lynn, 22; Ann Marie, 26, bolh of 16621 N. 25th St. ESTES-DUKES, Odis, 42, S81I S. 23rd Ave.; Matte Lue, 79, 5508 W. Catalina FEKETE-TELEGDY, Frank, 59; Margaret, 56, both of Gtendele , FLOREZ-HERNANDEZ. Martin, legal age. Mayor; Corrine Elaine, 35, 945 N. 40th St. FORNW ALT-HASTINGS. Ray David, 32, 3202 E. Granada; Iris Amy, 24, 1627 N. 26th PI GARCIA-MORENO. Julio Sesar, 22; Jesusila. 25. both ol Mesa GLEATON-GILLILAND, Scott Alan, 21; Tamara Sue, 17, both of Scottsdale HULSTINE-WARD, Brett Allison, 26; Deborah Lynn, 23, both ol Glendale ...... JOhAnSSON-FORST, Johan Tore, 21, 345 W. Pasadena; Diana Dawn, 23, 3118 W. Palo Verde JORDAN-ABRAHAM. Wiley Jr.. 46; Sandra Ann. 33, both of Scottsdale KLEINMAN-CUGUDDA. David Karl, 23; Nancy. 20, bolh of Mesa ' McCOwAN-McNEAL, Isaac Leon, 70. 1125 E Pleasant Ln., Barbara Faye, 18, 2535 E. Southgate MEL ANSON -O'NEILL. Bernard Joseph 30, 1B91 N. nra or.; lainerne marie, , w c. Vermont MORRIS-MERKLING, Phillip Earl, 26; Mar-cetla Antoinette, 25, both ol 3040 N. 2nd St. MYERS-HARCOURT-TYLER, Brenl Richard, 24, 6135 W. Black Canyon Hwy.; Lois Kay, 28. Virginia Beach, Va. NELSON-MOORE, Kerry Vaughn, 38, Wll E. Montebello; Donna Mae, 37, Pavson PARLIER-WELCH, Jody Len. 26; Cynthia Diane, 22, both of 16702 N. 23rd Ave. ' QUEZADA-ALONZO, Martin Barry, 26; Maria Esther, 24, both of 1229 E.McKlnlev --j SHAPRIO-FULLER, Seymour Irwin, 65, Tuc!-son, Sandra Joyce, Legal, Scottsdale SHOOK-TOMS, William Orlando, 33, 3522 W. Palm Ln.; Stecye Sue, 23, 6802 N. 17th Ave. SMITH-WRIGHT, Guy Cleao, 23; Deborah Am, 18, both ol 6718 W. Devonshire Sf AUBER-BRINDLEY, Yong Choi, 23; Susan Ka, 20, both ol 4123 W. Lamar TILLMAN-GLOVER. James Charles, 24, 1216 S. 10th Ave.; Delia Lilian, 18, 1601 W. Maricopa TURNER-SHEA, Harry John, 30; Harriet Alexins, 44, bolh of Chandler . VAN PARYS-WETZLER, Joseph James, 23, Mesa; Gwendolyn Ann, 21, Chandler WAHLGREN-HART. Mark Lynn, 26; Janet Kay. 26, both of Glendale WATSON -MA YFIELD, Jeffrey Howard, 24; Leslie Lynn, 18, both of Scottsdale WYATT-MAYNARD, Robert Clayton, 35; Elizabeth Joan. 24, both ol Meia ZULLO-LOMAN, Louis John, 64; Nancy Jane. SO, bolh of Mesa " HALL-TORRES, Michael Stewart, 22; Wvnefl Lynn. 20, both of 17607 N. 6th PI. APODACA-BREDIN, Donald Rav, 19; Kim Marie, 19, bolh ol Glendale -J Decrees granted November 28, 1983 CARLSON, David Wayne and Lori COONS, Patricia Ann and Edward Richard Jr. COOK, Frank Henry Sr. and Cassandra Ann SHUMWAY, Ralph Vincill and Kerry Alice McCLURE, David L. and Kim T. JONES, Juanita Lee and Cart CRIMALDO, Carmen Bonllla and Joser Gar-ardo . t WITH ALL, Kenneth W. and Virginia L. ME AEOWS, Belly Ann and Robert Jerry ARENIVARl George W. and Luisa N. OELLERS, Dennis R. and Mona J. MONGAIT, Kathleen F. and Peter Paul CLIFFORD, Merle A. and John W. SALWAY, Geraldine R. and Stanford Lyle Jr. BRENFLECK. Becky and Phillip M. THOMPSON, Carol M and Arlhur R. HARSHMAN, John T. and Connie Lou AKERS, Timothy Alan and Shewna L. HALE, Mary Lee and Michael U. . ; ALBEN, Tom Paul and Judy Lee CRAFT, Donna Lee and Ronald Earl DANNER, Gloria J. and Gary A. : ROE, James W. P. and Lydia A. 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