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The Arizona Republic -Margarita p. Gonzales, 59, or Phoenix, AZ, passed away March 4, 2003. Margarita was born Mach 15, 1943 in Phoenix. AZ. She was a retired cable assembler from AT&T after working 25 yrs. A loving mother, grandmother, and great-. grandmother, she loved strawberry pies and shopping. Her greatest accomplishment was being an independent woman who raised her children with much love. She was preceded in death by daughter: Yolanda and brother: Juan. Survivors include children: Danny and Lupe; brothers and sisters: Arnold, Alvina, Raymond, Cornelio, Carmen, Pete and Roy; 14 grandchildren and . 10 greatgrandchildren. Visitation is Mon., March 10, 5-8pm at Crystal Rose Funeral Home, 9155 W. Van Buren St., Tolle-son, AZ. Graveside services are Tues., March 11, 10am at Holy Cross Cemetery, 10045 W. Thomas Rd., Avondale, AZ. Bette C. Harry, age 86, died peacefully on March 7, 2003, in Mesa, bne was born in Chicago in 1916, went to Milliken University. Widowed in 1996, she was married 50 years to Clifford Harry. She and Clif mi ford moved to Mesa in 1953 and she worked for the Mesa Public Schools from 1956 to 1979. She retired as a supervisor of the Accounts Payable Department. She is survived by her three children, John (Bonnie) Harry, Robert (Carolyn) Harry and P.J. (Ernie) Stortz; her 8 grandchildren, Craig Harry, Jennifer Pavey, Leslie Vidler, Kirk Harry, Kaylyn Conner, Michelle Goodove, Tara Stortz and Aaron Stortz. She also has eleven great grandchildren. She volunteered many hours to the Republican Party and was a voter registrar for many years. After her retirement, she also volunteered with Meals on Wheels of Tempe. Her energy was boundless, her optimism contagious, and we'll miss her. Memorial services will be Monday, March 10, 2003 at 1:00 PM at Melcher's Chapel of the Roses, 43 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ. Memorial contributions will be welcomed to Hospice of the Valley and the Alzheimers Association. Louis C. Havenhill, 83, of Glen-dale, AZ, passed away March 5, 2003. Visitation is sSfZ Sun., March 9, ( nr Greenwood Memory Lawn Mortuary, 2pm. Donald L Hicks, 79, of Phoenix, AZ, passed away on March 7, 2003. Camina iaHI ha 'HA I uiii hp rnnr - PM. Monday. March 10, 2003 at Resthaven Park Cemetery, 6290 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale, AZ. Contributions may be made in memory of Donald to Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014. Ross N. Hill, 54, died March 7, 2003 in Gilbert. He is survived by his wife, Jane L. (nee Bussing) and mother, Elsie N. Hill. Preceded in death by his father, Ralph and two brothers, George and Ted A. Hill. Ross flew helicopters in the United States Army during Vietnam, served in the Army Air Guard and became a test pilot for the Army's Apache Helicopter program. He retired from the Army Reserves as Colonel. Memorial service with Military Honors, Friday, March 14, 2003, 3:00 PM in the Mariposa Gardens Cemetery Chapel, 6747 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa. (480) 830-4422. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Riparian Institute, 1025 S. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85296. Dorothy Y. Hillery, 96, of Phoenix, AZ passed away March 6, 2003. Shejj was born on October ( nHSTvO 6 1906 in New York Vib. City, NY. Survivors include her four grandsons; Paul, David, John, and Edward Webb and eight great grandchildren. Graveside service, Tuesday, March 11, 2003, 10:00 AM, St. Francis Cemetery, 5005 East Oak Street, Phoenix, AZ. www.almooregrimshaw.com Mr. Earl E. Hogan, age 75 of Peoria died on March 4, 2003. U.S.Army Career Veteran. Visitation one hour prior to services. Services are Tuesday, March 11, 2003, 10:30a.m. at Chapel on the Mall, at Luke Airforce Base, Glendale, Az. Interment at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona. Arrangements are by Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson St. Steven Thomas Houser, 49, born June 40, 1953 in PA, died of a massive heart attack Feb. 27, 2003. He is loved and will be sadly missed by his wife Linda Davis Houser, 3 children Sandra, Jennifer and Steven, grandparents Cecil and Marian Jury of Buckeye, parents Bob and Phyllis Houser of Mesa, siblings Cecil of PA, Bernie of Goodyear, Wendy Leon of Phoenix, Mark of Gilbert, Marian Eberle of CA, Bobbi Jo Nichols of Higley, and their families. He attended Wastwood High. .Services were held in Kansas. Lucme Howard, 87, ot Mesa, AZ, passed away March 4, 2003. Visitation is 4-7pm, Mon., March 10, Valley of the Sun Mortuary, 10940 E. Chandler Heights Rd., Chandler, AZ. Services are 10am, Tues., March 11, Trinity Christian Fellowship, 50 S. McQueen Rd., Chandler, AZ. Contributions: Neely Ray Hospice House, 13639 E. Ray Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85233 Kent Bramley Huson, 78, of Sedona, passed away Wednesday, March 5, 2003 at Bryan's Extended Care Center in Phoenix after a courageous fight with cancer. He was born June 11, 1924 in Palmyra, Illinois. Kent was preceded in death by his wife, Rose, of 55 years and by his daughter, Nancy. He is survived by his children, Stephen (Sandy) of Cottonwood; Pamela (Len) of Tucson; Bruce (Mary) of Phoenix; Jeff (Wendy) of Parker, CO; ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two brothers, and numerous nieces and nephews. Kent enjoyed a rich, full life. He was president of his senior class before graduating from Waverly High School. While serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, Kent attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. After receiving an honorable discharge, he made his residence in Springfield where he was employed as an insurance adjuster. Kent and Rose were married in Springfield in 1947 and lived there until 1957 when they moved with their family to Scotts-dale. In Scottsdale, he was co-owner of the Scottsdale Insurance Agency and was active in the Charros, Elk's Club, and the VFW. Kent and Rose moved their family to Sedona in 1971 where Kent had several business ventures until his retirement in 1986. After retiring, Kent became a permanent fixture in his son Stephen's CPA office until his death. Everyone who was associated with Kent knew how proud he was of his children's and grandchildren's accomplishments. Kent enjoyed playing both basketball and baseball during his childhood and as a young adult. He continued to enjoy sports by watching his children and grandchildren play. Visitation is from 6:30-7:30 PM on Monday, March 10, 2003 at Sedona Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Sedona. Interment will be at Sedona Community Cemetery. Jack Irwin, 74, of Phoenix, Az, passed away March 5, 2003. He served in the U.S. Army, visitation 10am-12:30pm Tuesday at Menke Funeral Home. Graveside 1pm Tuesday at Holy Cross Cemetery 99th Ave & Thomas Ave. Willis Jackson, Jr., 71, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away March 5, 2003. Visitation will be held March 10, 2003, 6-8 PM, Preston Funeral Home, 3800 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. Services will be held Tuesday, March 11, 2003, 10:00 AM, Union Institutional Baptist Church, 2760 E. Mobile Ln., Phoenix, AZ. Services entrusted to Preston Funeral Home. Zula M. Hernandez-Kees, 63, of Phoenix, AZ, passed away March 5, 2003. Gathering for Remembrance on March 11, 2003 from 11am to 1pm at Greer-wilson Funeral Home, 5921 W. Thomas. Charles Henry Klump, 74, of Scottsdale az, passed away Feb. 27, 2003. Born in Harbor Beach, Ml on iviay it 134.0, iic '( was uie uwnei . oDerator ot nUir-Vm Uliimn'C VI IUI IIC IMUIM Restaurant in Harbor Beach, Ml fnr 5"i vpars. In 1980, Charlie and his wife, Acie moved to Scottsdale, AZ where he worked for McCormick Ranch Golf Club as a chef, until his retirement in 2001. His wife, Acie, and oldest daughter, Jan, preceded him in death in 1996. He will be sadly missed by his 3 children: Randy Klump and his wife, Jackie of Rogers City Ml, Jackie Geiger of Mesa AZ, and Eric Klump of Port Huron, Ml; his sister, Marge Cottrell of Hallowell, Maine; 9 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. A private family memorial will be held at a later date. Sam Korolsky Sr., age 90, of Casa Grande, AZ, passed away March 6, 2003. Military Service: US Air Force veteran, WWII & Korean War. Services are Tues., March 11, 10am, Calvary Southern Baptist Church, 518 E. 2nd St., Casa Grande, AZ. Graveside service at 1pm at Valley of the Sun Memorial Park, 10940 E. Chandler Heights Rd., Chandler, AZ. Donald Hubert LeClerc,67, of Apache Junction, Arizona, passed away March 4, 2003. No services scheduled at this time. Alrangements entrusted to Apache Junction Mortuary. 'Vi OBITUARIES Eriinda Letiet, 80, or Phoenix, died on March 2, 2003. She worked as a machinist for li ic an ii ai l nr dustry during Jt UVAII Cha ic 1 If III WIIV preceded death by her I husband Wil liam Robert, Sr. and parents Jose & Francisca Santiago. She is survived by her sons William Robert, Jr. & Charles J. (Jennifer), grandchildren Christal, Harley, Erica & Lean, great-grandchildren Krystal, Andrew & Francisco. Esperanza Vegia Leyva, 30, of Cashion, AZ, passed away March 6, 2003. Visitation is 5-8pm, Tues., March 11, Crystal rose Funeral Home, 9155 W. Van Buren St., Tolleson, AZ. Services are Wed., location and time is pending. Please contact Adobe Chapel Funeral Home for further info at 623-932-4418. Donations for funeral may be sent to Adobe Chapel Funeral Home, 218 N. Central Ave., Avondale, AZ 85323. Arrangements entrusted to Adobe Chapel Funeral Home. Carol Loeb, age 69, passed away March 4, 2003 in Phoenix, AZ. She moved to the Valley two years ago from Missouri. Carol is the beloved wife of Stephen Loeb; dear mother of Jeffrey (Magie) Loeb, Linda (Bernard) Bearman and Edward (Courtney) Loeb; loving grandmother of Leslie, Joseph, Callie, Peter, Mathew and Emily, and the beloved sister of Charles (Beverly) Tober. Funeral services and interment will take place in St. Louis, MO. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to St. Louis Children's Hospital or to Foundation Fighting Blindness, P.O. Box 17279, Baltimore, MD 21297-0495. Arrangements by Sinai Mortuary. Craig Thomas Loughridge, 48, of Glendale, AZ, passed away March 2, 2003. A private ceremony in CA for family. Contributions: Hospice of the Valley. Christopher Ancil (Tuna) Martin passed away at his vacation home near Puerto Vallar-ta, Mexico on February 22, 2003. The former resident of Tempe and Human Resources Manager for the Maricopa County Juvenile Court Center (prior to his retirement in 2000) died suddenly of a heart attack the day before his 56th birthday. He is survived by Patrice Caldwell, his wife of more than 20 years, and two children from a previous marriage: Alyssa Marie Martin, 28, of Hotchkiss, CO, and Timothy Ancil Martin, 26, of New York City. Other surviving family include ex-wife, Carol Martin, of San Diego; step-mother, Christine (Chris) Scott Martin, of Phoenix; sister, Laurie Minger, and her children, Kristen, Jill and John Martin Minger; along with brother, Gary Martin, sister-in-law, Pam Willson, and niece, Shasta Willson. A third-generation Arizonan, Chris was preceded in death by this parents, Thurlow Ancil (T.A.) Martin and Betty Ann Addington Martin Talla Krepper. His family has a rich history in the Valley, dating back to Arizona's territorial days. His greatgrandfather, Dr. Ancil E. Martin, was the first eye doctor in Territorial Arizona, practicing from 1892 until his death in 1926, while his great-grandmother, Miriam Talbot Martin, was the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter Talbot. A former hardware store owner, Walter Talbot was elected mayor of Phoenix in 1900. Other ancestors who contributed greatly to Phoenix history included: Paternal Grandfather Walter T. Martin, Sr., a former president of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce; and Will Barnes (brother-in-law of Mariam Talbot Martin), who won the Congressional Medal of Honor while serving in the Indian wars at Fort Apache and is honored by a plaque still standing at the foot of Barnes Butte in Papago Park. A graduate of Arcadia High School in Phoenix, Chris earned his a Psychology degree from Stanford University. He was active until his death, enjoying a retirement filled with golf, days on the beach, visits with family and friends, and work as a community volunteer, course marshall at Marina Vallarta Golf Course, and keeper of the Leader Board for 2000 EMC World Cup of Golf. A memorial celebration of his life was held at sunseton the beach on March 1. The family thanks their friends and family for their remembrances, notes, calls and emails, including those describing Chris as "a loving father who raised caring ana committed kids" and "a gracious giant of a man in spirit, personality and intellect". In his memory, donations can be made to any anti-warpeace organization (i.e., moveon.orb) or to a charity of your choice. f S inF-WWJ? 2-J Betty Harriet Severance Matthiesen, 79, passed away peacefully March 6,2003 in Phoenix, Arizona. She was born on April 19, 1923 in Balaton, Minnesota, raised in Salem, South Dakota, and attended the University of South Dakota, where she was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, and met her husband-to-be, Dr. Don E. Matthiesen. They were married in 1943. During WWII she served as a member of the Army Air Force Auxilliary in Philadelphia. They moved to Phoenix in 1955. She and her husband traveled extensively until his death in 1972. In the early 1950s they explored the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and returned to that country many times. In addition to freighter trips to Central America and raft trips down the Colorado River, she accompanied her husband on hiking and climbing expeditions around the world including Nepal, India, Switzerland, Austria, and the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. After her husband's death in 1972 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, she divided her time between her homes in Phoenix and Jackson Hole. An active member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Phoenix since 1955, she served for many years on the Altar Guild and worked for the church's "Red Door" thrift shop. She was also a parishioner of St. Johns Episcopal Church of Jackson, Wyoming. She will always be remembered for her good nature, sense of humor and love of life. A loving wife and mother, she is survived by her daughter Mary Lizabeth Matthiesen-Jones of Phoenix, sons, Bill Matthiesen of Lanesboro, Massachusetts and Rob Matthiesen of Scottsdale, grandson Darcy Nigel Matthiesen-Jones of Phoenix, her daughter-in-law Elizabeth Stell of Lanesboro and son-in-law Peter Jones of Phoenix. A memorial service will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church, Phoenix, at 11am on Wednesday, March 19th. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice of the Valley, 2222 South Dobson Road, Ste. 401, Mesa, AZ, or to the Salvation Army. James C. Maxwell, 81, of Mesa, AZ, passed away March 6, 2003. Memorial serv-ices is lpm, Tues., (ivj. ) March 11, Melcher's Mission Chapel, 6625 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ. Thomas F. Miller, 60, Attorney of Phx, passed from this life peacefully Feb 23, 2003 after a courageous battle. He faced the challenge, as he did all things in life, with unfail ing dignity and grace. He was born Feb. 9, 1943 in Memphis, TN and is predeceased by his father Dal Miller, nephew Matthew Liverman, son and daughter Taffy and Lady Miller. He was the beloved son of Evelyn Miller. Tom was the brother of Suzi Liverman, twin Diane Sperau, Dinah Harrison, and brother Charles Miller. Thomas graduated from University of NC, Tulane Law School and received his MBA from Northwestern University. After having been in the international banking business in Chicago, San Francisco, London, and Bahrain for 20 years. Thomas will forever be in our hearts!!! Contributions in his memory may be made to either Hospice of the Valley or Hospice of AZ. Services, March 13, 2003, 6:00 pm, Lundberg White Rose Chapel, 5310 W. Northern Ave, Glendale. Now, when you place your obit in The Arizona Republic, you can also remember your loved one with stories, photos and tributes on azcentral.com. To learn more, visit azcentral.com or call (602) 444-8774. THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC aztentralcom '- f f George Barrios Morales was born in Tempe, Arizona, December 1919 to Ramon Morales and Victoria Barrios. He was 83 years old. He served as Master Sgt. & Sgt of the Bushmaster 158th infantry E-7 Company C in World War II in the European Theater. He fulfilled 5 years of active duty in the 3rd Armored Spearhead division in Europe and 23 years in the Army National Guard. After the service he worked as a superintendent & foreman in underground pipeline until early retirement. He worked for Shumway, Womack, Tiffany, Fisher Enterprise, Del E. Webb, and his last major project was with Ameron involving the CAP project. After retirement, he was a cross guard for Maxine O. Bush 7 years. He served 2 years as president and 1 year as treasurer at the South Mountain Senior Community Center. He belonged to St. Catherine of Sienna's senior parish. George is survived by 1 brother, Raymond Morales, one daughter Connie Escobedo and one granddaughter, Melody Unique Escobedo. George was proud to be an American. He was an advocate for the veterans, and disabled seniors. With the help of his city official friends, George spearheaded many projects and visions for the Center. His heart and soul was the Senior Center. Dad, grandfather, we are so proud of your accomplishments in life. Contributions to: Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014-5656. Visitation is Tues., 9-llam, Rosary at 11am, Universal Sunset Funeral Chapel, 7007 S. Central Ave. Graveside: Tuesday, 12:30pm, Green Acres Cemetery, 401 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale, AZ. Julia H. Morgan, born March 4, 1912 near Las Cruces, NM, to Frankie Mae HuffiN and John Henry (rfe Nusbaum. She diedCr three days after her 91st birthday on March 7, 2003 in Glendale, AZ. One of 13 children Julia is the last of her generation. She followed her husband James W. Morgan to Glendale from El Paso, TX, in October of 1935 with her oldest son, Wesley. On February 2, 1936 she gave birth to Clarence; on October 24, 1937 she gave birth to Frankie Alice and on April 1, 1939 she gave birth to Mary Katherine. In 1940 the family purchased a home on a small acreage East of Glendale where she lived out her life. She operated the Golden Rule Nursery and Kindergarten in Glendale from 1951 until 1973. Julia understood the power of love and reached out to many. For many years, she visited the TB wards of the old Maricopa County Hospital to write letters and help in any way she could. TB was highly contagious and to be sent to the facility was essentially a death sentence but she went year after year. She was a faithful member of the Glendale Free Methodist Church from 1936 until her death. She was a friend and help to many in her life and a woman of great faith. Julia was a bell ringer volunteer for the Salvation Army for many years. She assumed the best, expected the best and did her best. Her husband Jim (Slim) died in 1971 and in 1977 Julia married an old family friend, Charles Curavo with whom she shared twelve years. Her sons, Wesley and Clarence Morgan, daughter, Frankie Brown, (Mrs. Emery Brow), all of Glendale, and Mary Vandever, (Mrs. Gerald Vandever), of Prescott, survive her with 12 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren, many whom still live in the Glendale area. Visitation 5-8 PM, Tuesday, March 11th, at Chapel of the Chimes, Glendale, AZ. Funeral service, 10:00 AM, Wednesday, March 12th, at Glendale Free Methodist Church, 6331 W. Lamar Ave., Glendale, AZ. Interment to follow at Rest-haven Park Cemetery in Glendale. Contributions to Emmanuel Pines Campground, 3000 Spence Springs Rd., Prescott, AZ 86305. John M. Mott, 63, of Mesa, AZ, passed away March 7, 2003. Memorial service is-ir Sun., March 9, 10am,(,v-f J Mariposa Gardens Vlii Cemetery Chapel. Contributions: American Cancer Society, 2929 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016. Patricia L Myers, 77, of Phoe nix, AZ, passed away March 5, 2003. Services will be private Contribu- (J ) tions to Hospice ram- VJbJ ily Care Center, 5037 E. Broadway Rd, Mesa, AZ 85206. Florence Lykins Oditt, 80, of Scottsdale, AZ, passed away March 7, 2003. Serv- xn. ices will be held in f ivjj Dayton, OH. Contri-ViV butions: Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014. SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2003 B7 Albino Ojeda, 71 born on March 1, 1932, son of the late Luis Ojeda and Maria Ojeda, passed away after a short but courages battle with his illness. He was surrounded by . his wife, sons, daughters, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Survivors also include brothers and sisters -Ignacio, Patricio, Juan, Jose, George, Richard, Ascension, Jessie, Maggie, Eloisa, Estella, Francis, Consuelo, Beatrice, and Angie. A Host of brother-in laws, sister in laws, nephews, nieces other relatives and friends. Though we know you are gone and will be forever missed, we find comfort in knowing that you are resting in the glory of our Lord. Visitation: Sun., March 9, 5-8pm, Santa Teresita Catholic Church, 14018 Verbena Ave., El Mirage, AZ. Services Monday, March 10, 10AM, Santa Teresita Catholic Church. Arrangements entrusted to Sunwest Funeral Home. Frank Lee Plettenberg, 74, died March 1, 2003, after a long illness. . Born June 22, 1928, he grew V . nn in Farminn- F 4 , Ml. During - j-w uj U.S. Marine V A p service . 1 V 1 the Mediter-I Vcv ion, his in the Mediter-1 V ranean, 1946- 1948, he start-4 ed a lifelong interest in archaeology. Eventually working for the National Park Service at many southwest sites, including, Canyon de Chelly, Navajo National Monument in AZ and Chaco Canyon, Bande-lier and Gila Cliff Dwellings in NM, during summers. After his Marine Service, he received a BA from Albion College, Ml and was employed by J. Walter Thompson Art Dept. in Detroit doing Ford truck illustrating. He also received his Masters at Michigan State Univ. Frank's work experience includes the Henry Ford Museum, where he demonstrated the craft of functional pottery. Frank met and married Mary Sloan at MSU in 1956. After moving permanently to his beloved Southwest, he was instructor and Art Dept. Head for Central High School for 20 years and a part-time instructor of ceramics at Glendale College for many years. Active in AZ Designer Craftsman and a prolific studio potter, he participated in many shows and exhibits. For over a decade he volunteered as an advisor and instructor for the outdoor challenge Kachina Foundation, developing teen survival and leadership skills. He is survived by his wife Mary; children, Cory and Lee; grand 0 children, Bryce Beaulieu, Bryan Fazakerly, Matthew and Alysha Lara. A memorial service will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, 4027 E. Lincoln Dr., Sunday, March 30th, 4:00 PM. Contributions may be made to: Nature Conservancy, AZ Chapter, 333 E. Virginia, S-216, Phx, AZ 85004; Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St., Phx, AZ 85014; Alzheimers Assn, 1028 E. McDowell Rd., Phx, AZ 85006. Donald A. Possley, 88, Mesa, Arizona, passed away March 4, 2003. World War II, U.S. Marine Veteran. vnmTy , Services: Friday, N-y March 14, 2003 at 10:00 A.M., All Saints Catholic Church, 1534 N. Recker Road, Mesa, AZ 85205. Contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association, Arizona Chapter, 2328 W. Royal Palm Rd., D, Phoenix, AZ 85021. John Michael Purila, 55, of Scottsdale, AZ, passed away March 2, 2003. Services are March 9, 2pm, Hansen Desert Hills Chapel, 6500 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254. Contributions: American Heart Associaton, 2929 S. 48th St., Tempe, AZ 85282. Douglas W. Quirk, 83 of Scottsdale passed away on March 1, 2003 in Scottsdale. Mr. Quirk was born on May 9, 1919 in Chicago, IL. He retired from General Electric as a mechanical engineer. He is survived by his wife, Connie, daughter, Patricia Sicklesteel (M.E. "Dutch"), and three grandsons, Brent, Cory, and Christopher Sicklesteel. Private services will be held. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 2929 S. 48th St., Tempe, AZ 85282. The Arizona Funeral Directors Association FOUNDATION FOR .CHILDREN ,-' '- "" ?.J There At The ;i? Beginning Of Life Calljoday To Learn How You Can Contribute! 480649-1144 www.azfda.org

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