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I THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC OBITUARIES TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 2006 B9 '30s movie heroine Marian Marsh; starred with Barrymore, Karloff By Adam Bernstein Washington Post Marian Marsh, 93, a film star of the 1930s, died of respiratory arrest Nov. 9 at her home in Palm Desert, Calif. In her heyday, she was described as "the perfect storybook heroine (whose) innocence, delicate beauty and vulnerability made an audience want to protect her from the lascivious, lustful fiends who were drawn to her." She was 93. Onscreen, Marsh convincingly portrayed victims of the great leading men of the period. Edward G. Robinson, playing a tabloid editor, makes her life miserable in Five Star Final, and John Barrymore as the title character in Svengali hypnotizes her Trilby (both 1931). Barrymore, as a club-footed puppeteer, went after her again in The Mad Genius (1931), and Boris Karloff, playing good and evil twins, had a Kathryn Anne Clare went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Novem ber 12, 2006, after a courageous and valiant battle with cancer. Kathywas born November 28, 1950 in Moline, KS, and moved to Phoenix, AZ in 1968. She is sur-i vived by ner loving husband of 33 years Owen Clare and daughters Monna Payne, Laura Danks, Kristen Hull, Janelle and Suzanne, daughter-in-law Mary Clare, sons-in-law Adam Danks, Rob Payne, Bodie Hull, and four grandchildren, Elizabeth, Miles, David and Matthew; her mother Verna Kill and brothers Eugene, Dan, Steve, Mike, and Tim and sisters-in-law. She is preceded in death by her father Bill Kill, and brother, Duane. A memorial service will be held at Palmcroft Baptist Church located at 15825 N. 35th Ave on Thursday, November 16 at 10:00am. Flowers accepted as are contributions to Hospice of the Valley. The family wishes to thank their many, many friends for their demonstration of love, kindness and support. Steven K. Culley, 61, Phoenix, U.S. Army, died November 4, 2006. Services will be held at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona 23029 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix on Thursday November 16, 2006 11:00 AM. Donations may be made to the Arizona Humane Society. Best Funeral Services, Inc. North Central Chapel. Marguerite A. Daniels, 97, died on November 9, 2006. The graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., on Thursday,! ri-r ; November 16, 2006 atV'W''! Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale. Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, Glendale is assisting the family with arrangements. Leona Ekstrom, 79, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away November 8, 2006. Visitation 5-8PM Tuesday November 14, 2006 Carr Tenney Mortuary, 2621 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ. Services 11AM Wednesday November 15, 2006 (a) Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 2121 S. Rural, Tempe, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to Carr Tenney Mortuary. Leroy Waggoner Ferguson, 77, passed away Nov. 10, mob or con gestive heart tan- Tf, ure. He joins his be- 4 "' i i..,j ..: D-., 1 iuvcu wne, Deity, of fifty-five years in heaven. Born in California, PA, Dec. 21, 1928 to Alexander and ft ' Kathrine Ferguson. Lee worked in the ' . ,' coal mines, steel' I ' . mills, and served in the 'iv U.S. Navy during WWII. ( N He married Betty Goslin 'H''V in 1949 and moved to Ohio in 1952. Lee worked for Nabisco as a salesman for 38 years and received many awards for top sales and safe driving. He was a resident of Scottsdale since 1961. Survived by daughters, Kathy Raney (Keith), Alexis Wisted (Greg), 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2006 at 2:30pm at Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale. Walter J. Garrison, 64, of Apache Junction, AZ, passed away on November 9, 2006. A visitation will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2006 from 8 - 10 AM with a graveside service at 10:30 AM Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park & Funeral Care 400 S Power Rd, Mesa Arrangements were handled by Mariposa Gardens. Emil Edward Goeke, 80, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away Wednesday, November 8, 2006 at Stewart House in Phoenix, AZ. Emil retired from Delta Airlines. He was a member of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Emil was a World War II Veteran serving in the United States Navy in the South Pacific. Survived by: Wife of 56 years: Mildred Von Harten Goeke of Phoenix, AZ; 2 Daughters: Ellen Hunter of TX, Madalin Eakes of IN; 2 Sons: Emil Goeke II of IN, William Victor Goeke of TX; 5 Grandchildren, 2 Great Grandchildren. Funeral services are . planned for 12:00 P.M., Monday, November 13, 2006 at Oak Hill Mausoleum Chapel in Evansville, IN. Memorial contributions may be made to Shriners Children's Hospital co Murat Shrine 510 New Jersey St., Indy, IN 46204 or the Crossroads Council-Boy Scouts of America. Browning Funeral Home is handling arrangements. David W. Harmon, 74, of Mesa, AZ, passed away on November 10, 2006. Arrangements handled by Mariposa Gardens. Crecencio Hernandez-Orta, 43, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away on November 8, 2006. Funeral Serv ices wi be held on Wednes day, November 15, 2006 at 12p.m. at Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix, AZ., with a 3 hour visitation prior to services. Interment will follow to Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery. Family entrusted services to Universal Memorial Center. ) 1 -"5 i I yen for her in The Black Room (1935). The actress portraying her backwoods mother menaced her in A Girl of the Lim-berlost (1934), which Marsh regarded as her favorite film. With her fragile, almost doll-like appearance, Marsh had a harder time making the transition to more demanding parts. Reviewers found her portrayal of the streetwalker Sonya, opposite Peter Lorre, in Crime and Punishment (1935) too Americanized and glamorized. Marsh said director Josef von Sternberg had hoped to turn her into another Marlene Dietrich. Violet Ethelred Krauth was born Oct. 17, 1913, in Trinidad, in the West Indies, where her German-born father was a chocolate manufacturer. "When World War I knocked the bottom out of his market, my father moved us to Boston," she later said. An older sister won a beauty contest that led to screen act Norma Higgins, 84, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away on November 10, 2006. She was a loving wife, daughter, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Higgins. Norma is survived by her son, Gary Hottel, of Oregon City, Oregon, daughter Diana (Pinky) Messer of Austin, Texas, brother James Long and sister Judy Cochran of Phoenix, sister Janice Scott of Corvallis, Oregon, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Born in Kimball, Nebraska, Norma raised her family and began her career as a medical records libarian in Longmont, Colorado. She moved to Phoenix in 1964 where she continued her career and retired after 23 years as Assistant Director of Medical Records at Good Samaritan Hospital. If you ever wanted to socialize with Norma, all you had to do was mention cards or golf! She will be great-ily missed by her family and many friends. Visitation is Tuesday, November 14th, 5-8 PM at Greer-Wilson Funeral Home, 5921 W. Thomas Rd. A celebration of her life will be on Wednesday, November 15th, 9:00 AM at West Congregational Church, 4650 W. Thomas Rd. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to American Diabetes Assoc. or Hospice of Arizona. Delane C. Huber, 73, of Phoenix, passed away recentlyafter years of rniiranonnclu h.-ir. F ' tling arthritis and I neart ailments. Those who knew ft??' Delane will always - - remember his easy-going man- r ner and compassionate nature. I Del moved from I Muncie, Indiana,! to Phoenix in the 1940's with his family. He became an architect in the 1960's and worked at nu merous valley firms over the next 45 years. His most notable projects include the original Sun City for Del Webb and Scottsdale Fashion Square. He is preceded in death by his wife, Mary Susan (Kassel), the love of his life. He is survived by his sister Carol, his three children, Ann, David, and Susan, and his grandson, Alex. Private interment will be at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona. In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation in Del's name can be made to the Arthritis Foundation at www.arthritis.org. Carole Ann Jallo, 67, of Phoenix, AZ, Dassed awav on November 10. 2006. Born December 16, "wf 1938 in Bellefonte, PA, daughter of the late Russell and Isabelle (Sampsell) Wea- t ver. Carole was a L- l.J graduate of the J XA-y Pennsylvania I ,f State bcnooi or Nursing and the Centre County School of was a certified Registered Nurse Anestnetist. uaroie was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother who adored her family: her husband, Dr. Stanley Jallo; her children, Deborah Bostian, Martin Jallo, David Jallo, the late Richard Jallo, Roger Jallo, Leah Greer, the late Carole Jennifer Jallo and Amy Fink; her 16 grandchildren; and her 4 great grandchildren. Carole was a tireless worker and an active supporter of numerous charitable organizations. She was an active member of the St. Barnabas on the Desert Church in Scottsdale for the past 36 years. She served as a President or tne tuw ana spearheaded many fund-raising projects, including fashion show luncheons, teas, bazaars, rummage sales, and senior dinners. Carole also headed memorial service receptions for the church. Carole served as president of the Maricopa County Medical Society Auxiliary from 1981-82, in addition to heading and serving on numerous committees, and raising funds for a number of charitable groups in the Valley. She was also a supporter of the Arizona Medical Association Auxiliary and the Arizona Arthritis Foundation. Carole was also a member of the World Flower Council, and traveled throughout the world to attend council meetings with her husband, Stanley. Carole was also a skilled hostess and cook, an avid decorator, and a gifted craftsperson, whose numerous talents included sewing arts, and creating children's toys and decorations. A memorial service will be held at St. Barnabas on the Desert Church, 6715 N. Mockingbird Lane in Scottsdale on December 16, 2006 at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Barnabas Church would, be appreciated. Place your obit in rit? Arizona Republic and remember your loved one on azcentral.com For info, visit azcentral com or call (602) 444-8774. ! f 1 LJ f ing roles, and the family settled in Southern California. Before finishing high school, Marsh's own dazzling appearance led to film offers. She and Carole Lombard played sisters in a short film sponsored by Pal-molive soap that taught girls how to apply makeup. Marsh had two lines in Samuel Goldwyn's Technicolor musical Whoopee! with Eddie Cantor and won a bit role" as a girl selling kisses in Howard Hughes' aeriaLepic Hell's Angels (1930). This led to a friendship with Hughes; she denied there was a romantic attachment. Newly minted as Marian Marsh, she starred in the West Coast stage production of Young Sinners, which received terrific reviews. Soon after, Barrymore personally selected her as Trilby, a nude model hypnotized by Svengali and remade into an opera singer. She said the nude scene was doubled by another actress. Marjorie Janoff beloved Mom and grandma. Survived by her son Bill, daughter Laura (Joe), her grandchildren Brandon, DeAnna (Kore), Kaleen, Holly and Thomas and her great-grandchildren, Kaydence and Seth. Visitation Wednesday, November 15, 2006, 5:00 PM till 8:00 PM at Paradise Sunset Chapel. Funeral Service at St. Patrick Catholic Community, 10815 N. 84th St. on Thursday, November 16, 2006 at 2:00 PM. Interment at Paradise Memorial Gardens, 9300 E. Shea. Alice Pearl Jones, 85, was born in Reader, Ark., on 9291921 passed away in Mesa, AZ., on "i' 11112006. She attended ( rT schools in Arkansas then Wy moved to Prescott, AZ. She lived in Humboldt, AZ for over 20 years; she also lived in Peru, South America for 13 years and enjoyed their travels during their time there. Her interests included coaching Girls Basketball in Humboldt and was a long time Phoenix Suns fan. She was involved in many organizations including Sunland Village Bridge Club, Ladies Elks in Prescott, AZ, and the American Legion Auxiliary in Apache Junction, AZ. She loved her large family and enjoyed their Family Reunions. Alice is survived by her children: Charlene (Andy) Strommen of Mesa, AZ and Douglas Jones of Mesa, AZ, 5 grandchildren, 11 Great-grandchildren, 7 Great-Great-Grandchildren, brothers-in-law & sisters-in-law Clarence (Elsie) Jones of Minnesota, James Lloyd (Charlotte) Jones of Nevada, aunts Charlene "Bert" (Jerry) Ball of Arizona and Carol Lindley of Arizona, many nieces, nephews & cousins. She was preceded in death by parents Furnice "Bud" & Beryl (Evans) Lindley, husband Charles Jones, brothers Curtis Lindley, Eugene Lindley & Kenneth Lindley. A Visitation will be held from 10-11 AM Friday, November 18, 2006 with Services following at 11:00 AM at Chapel of the Chimes, 7924 N. 59th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301. Burial immediately follows at Resthaven Park Cemetery, 6290 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale, AZ. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to the Kate Garber Senior Citizen Center, 13000 E. Prescott St., Humboldt, AZ 86329. 928-632-0699. Herbert Wayne Jones Jr., age 54, of Glendale, AZ, passed away Oct. 27, 2006. He was a US Army Veteran. Burial will be in V.A. Cemetery. Debra Eve Korobkin, 50, died suddenly on November 8, 2006 while on vacation in Saline Valley, CA. She was a technical writereditor at Wells Fargo Corp. Headquarters. She graduated from U of VA and U of NE and had her ABD from U of GA. She was an avid cactus grower and had been at one time president of the Arizona Desert Botanical Cactus Society. Debra loved cats and horseback riding. She volunteered regularly at the Humane Society and explored out-of-the-way Arizona ghost towns and natural hot springs while on camping trips. She leaves her mother Hannah and sister Mimi from Phoenix, and her brother Adam, sister-in-law Adina and niece Talia from Westminster, CA. Funeral serv ices will be at 11:00 am on Tuesday, November 14th at Sinai Mortuary Chapel, 4538 N. 16th St. in Phoenix. Contributions in Debra's name should be made to Temple Emanuel Building Fund, 5801 S. Rural Rd., Tempe, AZ 85283. Stephen S. Mancuso, 85 of Phoenix, AZ passed away on November 10, 2006. He was born in Buf- J falo, New York and took ( r; great pride in the fact JJ'W, that he served in the United States Army. Stephen is survived by his loving wife Christel of 20 years, daughters Lucille, Joann, Donna and Terri, sons Peter and Stephen, sisters Eleanor and Mary, brother Samuel, 14 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by both parents and his sister Josephine. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, November 16, 2006 at 12:30 PM at The National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, (N. Cave Creek and Pinnacle Peak Rd.). Arrangements entrusted to Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary. Deborah Jean Mealer passed at home November ntn, "Debbie" was born in Inglewood, California to Bill and Jean Capps on September 9th 1953. The family eventually moved to Great Falls, Montana where she met and married her husband of 31 years, Gary Mealer. Their lamiiy of four moved to Arizona where they lived for the past 22 years. Debbie enjoyed traveling, the performing arts, singing, sports, snorkeling, her dogs Rome and Jake but most of all her wonderful family. She is survived by her husband Gary, daughter Jodi, son Casey, brother Jeff, and parents Bill and Jean Capps. Services will be held, Thursday November 16th at 1PM. Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park and Funeral Care 400 S. Power Road, Mesa, Arizona 85206 (480) 830-4422. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to The World Wildlife Foundation or The Humane Society. away inns OTHER DEATHS Ruth Morgenthau Political adviser BOSTON - Ruth Morgenthau, a scholar who escaped the Nazis as a child and went on to work as an adviser to three presidents and the United Nations, died Nov. 4 of a blood disease. She was 75. Morgenthau came to the United States in 1940 with her family who had left their native Austria in 1938, fleeing the Nazis. After graduating from Barnard College in New York, she studied in Paris on a Fulbright scholarship, then went on to earn her doctorate from Oxford University. She worked as political adviser to Presidents Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Carter and advised several presidential campaigns, including those of Michael Dukakis and Bill Bradley. Joseph Ungaro Newsman who elicited famous reply PROVIDENCE, RJ. - Joseph Ungaro, a former managing editor of the Providence Evening Bulletin whose question to President Nixon at an editors meeting elicited his "I'm not a crook" reply, died Sunday of an undiagnosed illness. He was 76. At an annual convention of the Associated Press Managing Editors organization in 1973, Ungaro asked Nixon whether he had accurately reported his income taxes. ' Nixon's famous declaration came after he had gone on to answer a subsequent question Gertrude U. Moen, 94, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away on November 12, 2006. Visitation will be on Thursday, November 16, 2006 from 10 to 11 am Yf and the Funeral service at 11 am at Hansen Chapel, 8314 N. 7th St., Phoenix, AZ. Arrangements by Hansen Mortuary. Anna F. Nicely, 90, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away November 10, 2006. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St, Phoenix, AZ 85014. Arrangements entrusted to Best Funeral Services, Inc. North Central Chapel. Mary Louise Martinez Ortega, affectionately known as "Mentichi", 75, beloved wife.r": .--wi mother, grand- , J mother. sister. V ? 1 TV I aunt, and friend, passed away her home on No vember 7, 2006 in v Phoenix, AZ. Mary was Dorn on March 31, 1931 in Glendale, AZ. She was loved dearly and will be missed by all who knew her. Mary is preceded in death by her parents, Santiago and Josefina Martinez, and her brother, Ernest Martinez. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Henry Ponce; her sister, Ann (Jack) Dollahon; her brothers, Jimmy (Penny) Martinez and Frank (Genevieve) Martinez, Sr.; her sons, Henry (Britta), Mark (Diane), Jack, and Michael; her daughter, Ann; her six grandchildren, Alicia, Jovanna, Michael Sean, Jacqlyn, Emilio, and Joseph; and her one great-grandchild, Angelica. Visitation will be held on Monday, November 13, 2006, 5:00-8:00 pm, with a Rosary at 7:00 pm, at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Rd. in Phoenix. The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 10:00 am at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 400 N. 30th St., Phoenix. Burial will be at St. Francis Cemetery. Norman Fred Peterson, 91, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away on November 3, 2006. Arrangements were entrusted to Mariposa Gardens Funeral Care. Alfonsas Pikeuicius, 98, of Phoenix, Arizona passed away on November 10, 2006. if anyone has any information regarding his family, please call Harper Funeral Home (602) 243-3961. Marilyn Plautz, 72 years was born in Sterling, Illinois on November 23, 1933. She passed away on November 9, 2006. She ( nTt, : is survived by three chil- ViW' dren: Steve Plautz of Chandler, AZ, Lori Frazer and Husband Dennis of Show Low, AZ, Rick Plautz and wife Lynne Plautz of Chandler, AZ. She is also survived by 4 Grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and her sister Sylvia Eastin of OR. Graveside service will be held on Friday, November 17th at 10a.m. at Green Acres Cemetery, 401 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale. Steven C. Potter, 64, died November 11, 2006. Born in Seattle, Washington on October 10, S 1942, Steve's pas-1 ? " v . sion in life was ge-1 nlnnu JnJ ha cunt II' It uiuyjr uhu lie jpiu si: his childhood ex-p '"T r ploring Arizona for L J- rocks. He earned ' both his B.S. de-f nrpp in fipnlnniral I Engineering and! ui lyii icci it ly tu lu . 1 his M.S. degree in hi Geology trom tne universi- m ty of Arizona. He had a lUJJ stellar career in minerals ui(J,m exploration, mine development and operations in the United States, Latin America and Central Europe. He managed numerous successful exploration and development projects and served as the president of three successful companies. Steve retired after his cancer diagnosis six years ago and showed remarkable bravery and courage as he continued his career as a mineral exploration consultant and lived life to the fullest with his family, friends, and new wife Nell. He enjoyed traveling and had recently returned from trips to Hawaii, England and Scotland. He is survived by his wife Nell Potter; daughters Kristie Potter and Debbie Lopes da Rosa; step-daughters Lisa Wilson, Lorre Bracy, and Sara Allen; brother Philip Potter; sisters Nancy Kolakowsky, MaryBeth Roden, and Kate McCutchan; and step-mother Dora Potter. Steve's dynamic personality, engaging manner and enthusiasm made him a joy to others. He will be sorely missed by family, friends, and the geological community. Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 14, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm at Messinger Indian School Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 and a Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 750 W. Paxton Ave., Miami, AZ 85539. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Steven C. Potter scholarship fund, in care of Bob Schafer, 6287 Vintage Oak Ln., Salt Lake City, UT 84121 or to St. Paul's Lutheran Church. . Billy "Joe" Rice, In memory of our loving uaaay, uranapa, Grandpa. He was born September 30, 1932 in Peoria, Arizona and he was surrounded I daughter's home, Li J i when he went tT nome to oe witn our Lord on November 10, 2006. After retiring from Reynolds Metals Company, he was employed by Washington School District. Phoenix was his home until 1998 when he moved with his wife to Prescott Valley. He is survived by Neautha, his wife of 55 years. They were 10 years old when they lived next door to each other in Scottsdale, AZ, which is where it all began. Other survivors are their 3 daughters: Elaine Somerville, Unionville, MO; Karen Brogdon, Wittman, AZ; and Brenda Russell, Spirit Lake, IA. 2 brothers, James "Dude" McDaniel AZ and David Rice, CA. 3 sisters, Lois "Sis" Eden, CA, Shirley Robidoux, CA, and Mavis Oxford, MO. 7 grandchildren: Shirley Aguirre, Rick Smith, Ryan Smith, Wayne Smith, Selina Faulkner, Dusty Faulkner, and Brent Smith. II great grandchildren. His brother John "Johnny" Rice preceded him in death. Services will be held on Wednesday November 15, 2006 at 1:00 pm at Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, 200 W. Beardsley in Phoenix. Viewing from 1:00-3:00 pm. Graveside services to follow at 3:00 pm. Edna Patricia Robinet "Patt", aqe 72, passed away on Tuesday. November 7. JOOfi. She was P""u" "I born on February 20, 1934 in Gallup, New Mexico, grew up on the Navajo Reservation, spent her adult life in I Phoenix, Arizona L and retirement years in El Paso, . Texas. She was 1 preceded in death by her rather, Spencer Balcomb Sr., mbther Edna Balcomb MJB) Vanderwalker, stepfather, George Vanderwalker, and two brothers, Spencer Balcomb Jr. and Peter Balcomb. She is survived by her children, Joanne Robinet Teetzel, son-in-law William, Philip Robinet, daughter-in-law, Sharon, Willie Robinet, granddaughters, Macee, Bailee, Kelsey, Melanie, grandson-in-law Jose, and great-grandson, Kaii. Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.on Tuesday, November 14, 2006. A Memorial Service will follow at 11:00 a.m. at Martin Funeral Home West with Rev. Felicia Hopkins officiating. Interment to follow at Memorial Pines Cemetery in Sunland Park, NM. Services entrusted to Martin Funeral Home West, 128 N. Resler Drive, El Paso, Texas 79912. Henry Jay Rosa, 36, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away on November 6, 2006. Mariposa Gardens handled the arrangements. Carmen L Ruiz went home to Heaven on Sunday November 5, 2006 at Hospice of the Valley in Tempe, Arizona. Carmen ( ,Tfrr : was born February 3, 1925 SJ'Wt in Jerome, Arizona. She resided her entire life in Arizona and still has many friends and family in the Verde Valley. Carmen is survived by two daughters, Rose Canez of Glendale, and Olivia Kelley of Chandler, along with 9 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Carmen was loved by many and will be missed. A Memorial Mass will be held at St Andrews Catholic Church, 3450 West Ray Road, Chandler, Arizona on Friday November 17, 2006 at 10:00 AM. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to Hospice of the Valley. Arrangements by Resthaven Park Mortuary. Mary Louise Westfall Sabin, affectionately known as Dede, 85, of Phoenix, passed away November 10, 2006. She was born to Esther (Williams) and Finley Westfall at their home in Phoenix, Arizona July 27, 1921, and by the age of 7 was providing fierce protection for her little brother, John. She graduated from Glendale Union High School and attended the University of Arizona and Washington State University, becoming an avid fan of the Wildcats for life. Louise retired from the Salt River Project after 25 years of service with the payroll department. Louise is survived by her brother, John Westfall (Betty); daughters, Mary Ann (Charley) Gwinn, Barbara (Steve) Uhlmann, and son Rob Schmidt (Jonette), and preceded in death by her husband, Tom. She is also survived by two children brought to her upon her marriage to Tom; Natalie (Bill) Gore, and Marlette Clark. She was also the proud grandmother of 5 and great grandmother of 8. Memorial service: Thursday, November 16 at 5:00pm. A.L. Moore-Grimshaw - Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Road. Contributions to Nature Conservancy or Hospice of the Valley. & ureat f i about the Watergate scandal. At the end of that reply, he doubled back to Ungaro's question, saying: "People have got to know whether or not their president is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook." Benny Andrews Painter and teacher NEW YORK - Benny Andrews, a painter and teacher whose work drew on memories of his childhood in the segregated South, died of cancer Friday. He was 75. Andrews painted socially conscious works that addressed issues including the civil rights movement, the Holocaust and the forced relocation of American Indians. He won awards and prizes including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1974. S. Lane Faison Jr. Oversaw return of art stolen by Nazis WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - S. Lane Faison Jr., an influential art history teacher at Williams College who oversaw the return of art stolen by Nazis after World War II, died Saturday of undisclosed causes. Faison was department chairman from 1940 to 1969, taught until 1976 and directed the Williams College Museum of Art from 1948 to 1976. Among those who studied under Faison were Thomas Krens, director of the Guggenheim Foundation; and Glenn Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art. Robert Lee Shurtz, 63, of Phoenix, AZ, passed away on November 3, 2006. A visitation will be from 10 AM to noon, Friday, November 17 at Falconer Funeral Home, 251 W. Juniper Ave. Gilbert, AZ followed by a graveside service at 1 PM, Friday November 17 at City of Mesa Cemetery. Services entrusted to Falconer Funeral Home. Jackie (Jacqueline) Silver lost her brave fight against cancer on Friday, November 10, 2006. She passed away at her home surrounded by her family. Jackie was born in the Bronx, NYC in 1925. She was a wartime Defense worker during WWII. Jackie was active in the Cub Scouts of America; B'nai B'rith and Jewish Women International. Jackie enjoyed traveling. Jackie and family lived in NY, Northbrook IL, and moved to Arizona in 1979. She was a resident of Sun Lakes since 1986. Jackie enjoyed giving of herself through community service. Jackie was a Loving and Giving Mother and a Wife of 58 years and is survived by her husband, Mark, 4 sons; Fred, Richard, Alan and Larry, 3 grandchildren; Brooke, Ben and Jackie; 1 great- grandchild, Lola and another great grandchild on the way. A memorial service will be held Tuesday Nov. 14 at 11 am at the Sun Lakes In-terfaith Chapel. The family has requested donations to The Hospice of The Valley in lieu of flowers. All of us will miss Jackie and her famous laugh. Vera Marie Wheeler, 75, of Florence, AZ, formerly of Queen Creek., passed away on Nov. 10, 2006. Funeral service Thurs. Nov. 16, 2006, 11 A.M. at Bueler Mortuary 14 W. Hulet Dr. Chandler, AZ. with visitation 1 hr. prior to service. Bueler Mortuary handled the arrangements. Dennis Allen Zellmer, 50, of Scottsdale, passed away on November 7, 2006. Services: November 14, 2006 at 2:00pm, Hosanna Lutheran Church, 9601 E. Brown Rd, Mesa, Az. Angels Cremation & Burial. 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