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B4 ARIZONA DAILY STAR Sunday, June 9, 2002 Magazine honors Tucson spas FUNERAL NOTICES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Canyon Ranch Health Resort in Tucson was named the best spa resort in the world, and Miraval Life in Balance near Catalina was ranked 10th best, according to Travel & Leisure magazine readers. The two Arizona spas were among only four U.S. properties to make the international top 10 list. The Ritz Carlton, an upscale Phoenix hotel, is the sixth-best hotel in the world, the reader poll said. The Ritz is the only Arizona hotel to make the top 10 in the seven years since the magazine started the polL The rankings were based in large part on the service offered at the hotels. f S I i ; , t J . J ' . f . I , , vf - f I I - , l " t " 1 - X - i ; a ' vt,&-. ; : 4 - Elisabeth Mitchell Beeston Age 69, transitioned peacefully back to her Creator on May 22, 2002, joining her beloved husband, Howard. Elisabeth was born in Maquoketa, Iowa, on August 26, 1912, and moved to Tucson in 1947. She was preceded in death by her son, Thomas Beeston, and is survived by her son, Frederick Beeston (Kathleen McCarthy), her daughter, Susan Weiland (Erick), a wonderful grandson, Blake Beeston, one sister, Cathryn Berry and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. She was dearly loved by her family and friends. Elisabeth will be greatly missed by all who were lucky enough to know her. She had an unlimited capacity for unconditional love and wisdom that deeply touched the hearts and souls of many. In life as well as death, she was the essence of grace and dignity. A celebration of her life will be held at Tucson Botanical Gardens on Saturday, June 15, 2002 at 6:30 p.m. Feel free to bring your memories of Elisabeth to share. Elisabeth spent the final five months of her life at Kanmar Place Hospice Home where she received exceptionally kind and compassionate care. Contributions may be made to the Casa de la Luz Hospice Foundation, Desert Museum, Tucson Botanical Gardens, Nature Conservancy or charity of your choice. BLANCO, Enrique M. (Callchi), 72, passed away June 5, 2002, preceded in death by wife, Jesusita A. Blanco, two brothers, Espiridion and Trinidad. Survived by daughters, Cristina and Angela; son, Ricardo; brother, Miguel Blanco; sisters, Francisca Carrasco, Susan Miranda, Armida Castillo, Ana Blanco and Juanita Carrillo; grandchildren, Catina and Andrea. Visitation will be Friday, June 7, 2002 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Adair's Carroon Chapel. Funeral mass will be Saturday, June 8, 2002 10:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, Nogales, Arizona. Arrangements by Adair's Carroon Mortuary BRACAMONTE, Benlta R., 78, of Tucson, passed away June 4, 2002. Survived by daughter, Pelra Ermelinda Young, Ernestina Hernandez, Erlinda Blomberg, Erminia Valadez, Ercilia T. Partington; and stepdaughter, Frances Montoya; son, Eleazar Trujillo. Also survived by 15 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2002 from 9:00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. at St. Margaret's Church, 801 N. Grande Ave., with a rosary recited at 10:30 a.m. Mass will be offered Tuesday, June 11, 2002, 11:00 a.m. at St. Margaret's Church. Interment to follow at Holy Hope Cemetery. Arrangements by CARRILLO'S TUCSON MORTUARY. J " V f ;' . - Thomas Rush Brown September 14, 1926-June 6, 2002 Thomas Rush brown died peacefully at home on Thursday, June 6, 2002. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Helen Mason Brown and survived by his second wife, Sandra C. Brown; daughters, Sarah B. Smallhouse (David) and Mary B. Brown; stepsons, Winston W. Clendennen (Maria) and Christopher W. Clendennen (Rhonda); brothers, Robert Allan Brown and John B. Brown (Ann); his brother-in-law, Jack W. Phillips (Cheryl); and grandchildren, Tommy and Laura Smallhouse, Alex, Lauren, Wyatt, Casey and Isabella Clendennen, Ashley and Alexis Zdunczyk. Tom moved to Tucson in 1952 and worked with Lusk Construction, then founded Burr Brown Corporation in 1956. The company went public in 1983 and was sold to Texas Instruments Inc. In August of 2000. Burr Brown had 1200 employees worldwide at the time of the sale. Tom was involved in community affairs throughout his life in Tucson and served on numerous boards and committees, including the Arizona Council on Economic Education, the Citizen's Advisory committee on Transportation Update, the Governor's State Transportation Update, the Governor's Citizen's Committee for Tax Reform the Tucson Urban Area Crime Commission, the Arizona Academy, the Tucson Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, the Better Business Bureau, the American Electronics Association, Palo Verde Mental Health Foundation, the Tucson Airport Authority, Tucson Tomorrow, the Tucson 30 and the Los Angeles branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He was most recently awarded "2001 Technology Executive of the Year" by the University of Arizona. Tom's family and friends will remember his for his wisdom, wonderful sense of humor and strong commitment to family and community. Golf was his favorite pastime and in celebration of an old golfer's spirit, the family invites all Tom's friends to a memorial of his life oulside at the Tucson Country Club on Wednesday, June 12 at 7.00 p.m. Dress casually for warm weather. In lieu of flowers, contributions should be sent to the Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Arizona for Dr. Stea's research or to a charity of your choice. John Richard Cheeseman Passed away on May 31, 2002 at his home and in peace. Born September 27, 1926 in Gouverneur, NY to Virgil and Servilla Cheeseman. Survived by wife of 55 years, Bea Cheeseman; children, Karen Croxfon, Kathy (Ed) Lewis, Mary Jane Nickell, John Richard (Lynn) Cheeseman, Sara (Bryan) Foulk, Jeanette Cheeseman (Mark), Charlie (Kelly) Cheeseman; 15 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. John graduated from Gouverneur High School, served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. Upon his discharge he married Bea and worked in the construction business. John was a master mason and worked in NY and also Tucson. John and Bea have been Tucson residents for 30 years. John enjoyed the outdoors, hunting and fishing. He was always available for any of his children and took great pride in helping however he could. He hand helped build several of their homes. He will be cremated and have his ashes spread over the mountains where he fished and hunted. He kept his sense of humor and dignity all the way to the end with his battle with cancer. Donations may be made to Hospice Family Care, 310 S. Williams Blvd. Suite 210, 85711. A memorial service will be held in June. CHRISTY, Robert L. May 21, 1914 to June 6, 2002. Joins his wife Dorothy and grandson Karl with the Lord. Born in Petersburgh, KY, he worked in a saw factory and owned a coal company. He served in the Army from 1943 to 1945. In 1957 he moved to Tucson and worked and retired from Southern Arizona Bank in 1976. Robert had great love for his roses, as a certified rosearian, Robert and Dorothy cared for well over 100 roses, from which they showed and judged. Robert was also a 32 Mason. He had great love for his children, grandchildren, and great grandchild. He also loved baseball and fishing. Robert was a founding member of Sabino Road Baptist Church. He is survived by son Paul of Tucson; daughter Barbara of St. Louis; grandson Kary of St. Louis, Michael of Tucson; grand-daughters Susan of St. Louis, Aubre of NC and Erica of Tucson; two great grandsons and two great grand-daughters; and sister Tip of OH. The family will miss him very much but know he is in a better place. Memorial service Monday, June 10, 2002 at 4:00 p.m. in the EAST LAWN PALMS MORTUARY CHAPEL, 5801 E. Grant Rd. Private burial at East Lawn Palms Cemetery. f v';. - . . i i - , I ' ill - r- MiniM- i,nrgr Frederick J. Dentato 76, died May 30, 2002. Survived by wife, Betty Dentato; sister Mary Crooch; and nieces and nephews. Fred retired from the U.S. Army and also from the U.S. Post Office. At his request, no services are planned. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL, 6910 t. Broadway, Adrian Castro Escarsega, Jr. January 1, 2002 to June 5, 2002 Our beautiful Adrian has gone to be an angel with the Lord. He is survived by his parents, Leilani Ishikawa and Adrian Escarsega, Sr.; sister Keianani Ishikawa; grandparents, Calvin and Deborah Ishikawa, Sylvia and Chris Garcia, and Sam and Lupe Escarsega, and many, many, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. In honor of Adrian, services will be held at ADAIR FUNERAL HOME DODGE CHAPEL, at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 11, 2002, with internment following at Holy Hope Cemetery on Oracle. In lieu of flowers, an account has been established at National Bank of Arizona FARRAKHAN, Khalldah, formerly Cynthia Mason, age 52, of Tucson, AZ, passed away June 4, 2002. She as preceded in death by her parents, Chauncay and Wanda Mason; and grandsons, Elijah and Michael; and is survived by her daughter, Kareema and Khadijah; grandchildren, Muria, Aaron, Yasmin and Aamin; mother, Cleo F. Mason; siblings, Cheryl (Alfred) Mason-Dorman, Carol Mason-Loubon, and Chauncey (Daphine) Mason; and a host of loving family and friends. Visitation will be at ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, 1050 N. Dodge Blvd., Monday, June 10, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. with interment to follow at Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the TMC Hospice Foundalion, Tucson, AZ. . ', ' M . . . Abel De La Ossa 88, passed away on Thursday, June 06, 2002 at his residence In Patagonia, AZ. He Is survived by his wife of 66 years, Armida; sons, Arnulfo of Tucson, Onofre of Sahuarita, Oscar of Patagonia; daughters, Adellna Beyerle of Prescott, Ophelia Spence of Gardnervllle, NV, Elsa Jurahui of Elgin, Anita Stolz of Las Vegas, NV and Martha De La Ossa of Amado, 20 grandchildren; 17 great-children. Abel was born April 7, 1914 In Lochlel, AZ where his father was a freighter and a rancher. At 12, he held his first job as a drill sharpener for the Santo Nino Mine In Duquesne, Az and at 13 built fence for the Marshall Ashburn Ranch. He then took a job as a cowboy for the San Rafael Green Cattle Company. At 21 he married Armida Ellas and began his family. His livelihood was centered on becoming a well-known importer and exporter of Corriente Rodeo cattle between the US and Mexico. Abel enjoyed lion hunting and team roping. He was one of the original groups of men who organized and competed In team roping in Santa Cruz County. He continued to rope until age 84. In later years he enjoyed rolling the dice on the horse trailer fender with him compadres. Abel had a knack for storytelling that his children and grandchildren loved. He had a clever way In which he used words, expressions and phrases In both English and Spanish. He had a joyous laugh and a great sense of humor. His passing saddens all and he will be missed greatly. In Lieu of ot flowers, donations may be mad to the American Lung Association or charity of choice in his memory. Visitation is Monday, June 10, from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m, Rosary at 8:00 p.m. at ADAIR CARROONS'S MORTARY in Nogales AZ. Mass and graveside services will be Tuesday, June 11, at the De La Ossa family cemetery in Lochiel AZ at 11:00 a.m. GAMBOA, Mary L., 72, of Tucson, Arizona, passed away June 07, 2002. Preceded in death by mother, Josephina Coronado; brother, Benny. Survived by husband, Tony Gamboa, Jr.; daughters, Maria Lupe (Bob) Boyle, Maria Martha (Steve) Senisais, Maria Elena (Daniel) Linden and Patricia (Frank) Yslas; son, Tony (Mary) Gamboa III. Also survived by 22 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held on Monday, June 10, 2002 from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at CARRILLO'S TUCSON MORTUARY, South Chapel, 240 S. Stone Ave., with a rosary recited at 7:00 p.m. Mass will be offered on Tuesday, June 11, 2002, 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine's Cathedral, 192 S. Stone Ave. Interment to follow at Holy Hope Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. Augustine's Maintenance fund. Arrangements by CARRILLO'S TUCSON MORTUARY. HUME, Elisabeth J. Born April 25, 1910, died June 2, 2002. Preceded in death by her husband Robert C. Hume and daughter Margery Jesseman. She is survived by a son, Robert T. Hume of Great Falls, VA and five grandchildren; Ian Hume of Lahaina HI, Sara Hume of Columbia MD, Christian Hume of Valencia CA, Lisa Foy of Sterling; VA, Cheryl (David) Corsi of Tucson AZ. And two great-grandchildren. She will be missed by her many friends. A memorial gathering will take place Saturday June 15, 2002, 3:00 p.m. at Rincon Congregational Church. A service is planned for July 14, 2002 in Silver Bay NY. Donations can be made in Elisabeth's memory to Salvation Army or a charity of your choice. IVEY, J. Ray, 89, of Tucson, passed away on June 6, 2002. Ray was born in Savannah, Georgia, on April 3, 1913. He served with the U.S. Coast Guard during the war. In October of 1943, he married Marjorie Huston. They were married 59 years at the time of his passing. After Ray retired and moved to Tucson in 1964, Marjorie and Ray loved traveling in their motor home. Ray is survived by his wife, Marjorie; his sister, Helen Deese of Savannah, GA; daughter, Janet Gray and her husband Dr. Fred Gray; granddaughters, Cherie Gray and Kristi Kinney; and great-grandchildren, Calvin Kinney, Wesley Kinney and Cosette Kinney. Ray was a member of B.P.O. Elks chapter 385. Marjorie and Ray are members of Christ Church United Methodist in Tucson. A private service is planned for family and friends. Arrangements entrusted to HEATHER MORTUARY AND CHAPELS, McFARLAND, John L, 77, a Tucson resident since 1983, died on June 3, 2002. Graveside service will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at East Lawn Cemetery. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel. PRICE, Sidney (Bud), 79, of Tucson, passed away June 5, 2002 after a long battle with cancer. He served in the U.S. Army in WWII and was missing in action in the Battle of the Bulge, later rescued by General Patton's forces. He worked for Tucson Gas and Electric and retired from Southwest Gas after 28 years of service. He was a member of Christ Church United Methodist for 44 years. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Rose; his son, Mike (Becky); daughters, Trudy (Tom) and LeAnn (Steve); grandchildren, Drew and Justin Archer and Steven and Jacinda Swinehart, Gordon Bunch and his daughter Brianne; and many relatives and friends. Memorial Services will be at Christ Church United Methodist, 655 N. Craycroft Road at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2002. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Christ Church United Methodist for Missions. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL, 6910 E. Broadway. Helen Reed Kolbe 93, of Tempe, AZ, died May 31, 2002 at her residence. Services, 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 29 at Patagonia Community Church, Patagonia, AZ. Mrs. Kolbe was born in Chicago, IL, received a B.A. from Northwestern University in 1930, and married Walter William Kolbe in 1931. They resided in Winnetka, IL until 1947 when the Kolbes moved to Arizona where they bought and operated a cattle and guest ranch, Rail X Ranch near Patagonia, for 20 years. She served on the Patagonia Union High School district school board; member of Arizona School Boards Assn. and elected as Its first woman President in 1963; member of Santa Cruz County Cowbelles, women's auxiliary of the AZ Cattlegrowers Assn. The Kolbes sold the Rail X and retired to Tucson in 1966. She was one of the founders and an active member of the Kino Hospital Volunteers Auxiliary 1970-81 and served as president 1972-73. In 1982, the Kolbes moved to a retirement community, in Tempe, Friendship Village, where Mrs. Kolbe served on the Residents Council and as Council President in 1984. She is preceded in death by her husband and son, John Kolbe, former political columnist for The Arizona Republic and survived by sons, Walter of Hereford and Jim of Tucson; daughter, Beth of Tucson; and foster daughter, Ginny Rousseau and her husband Dennis Burnett of Warrenton, VA; daughters-in-law, May Kolbe of Hereford and Mary Kolbe of Phoenix; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Patagonia Public Library Endowment Fund, co The Friends of the Patagonia Library, P.O. Box 415, Patagonia, AZ 85624. ' Si ,? , r f f : V t Elizabeth Charlene McAllister Died Wednesday, June 5, 2002, in Las Vegas, NV. Born April 10, 1924 in Jesup, IA. She made her home for many years in Tucson and was active at Christ Church United Methodist. She moved to Las Vegas in 1989 and was very involved in United Methodist Women's Society at University United Methodist Church where she was known as the "Card Lady" she recycled over 40,000 greeting cards to benefit mission work in the Las Vegas valley. Charlene is survived by her sons, Jeffrey of Las Vegas and Michael of Tucson, as well as brothers, Albert Coonrod of Twin Falls, ID and James Coonrod of Ft. Pierce, FL. She dearly loved her three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Services will be held Thursday, June 13, 2002, at 1:00 p.m. at the East Lawn Cemetery in the Chapel, 5801 E. Grant Road. Tucson. McCLAIN, Virginia Ann (Ginny), of Coronado, CA passed away on May 24, 2002, in Tucson at the age of 82. She is survived by her son, Steve (Jody) McClain of Tucson, Van (Bob Cook) Nourse of Sanford, CT and grandchildren, Erin McClain of Tucson, Mike Jenkins of Flagstaff and David and Chris Nourse of Sanford, CT. At Ginny's request, there were no services and she wished her ashes be spread in the mountains of Arizona. Her tissue was donated to cancer research. Many thanks go out to Corondelet Hospice for their kindness and professionalism. JOSEPH EUGENE PRINCE Born October 23, 1936 in Fairfield, IA. Died May 24, 2002 in his Tucson home. Retired after 23 years at IBM. He then started Joe's Tools which he operated 13 years until his death. Joe refurbished and drove his 1936 Plymouth and 1948 Chevrolet. He drove the Chevy to the Arctic Circle in Alaska and both coasts. Joe also rode his bicycle in 15 Iowa RAGBRAI's. Joe is survived by his daughter, Julie Prince of Dallas, TX; brothers, Don Prince of Columbus, IN; David Prince of St. Louis, MO; Allen Prince of Fairfield, IA; Bob Prince of Minneapolis, MN; and sister, Rose Emry of San Diego, CA. Joe was buried in Fairfield, IA. A memorial reception will be held Sunday, June 16, 2002 at Tucson Botanical Gardens from 5:30 to 9:00. i 4 'v The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations are stated when available. ABEL, James W., 92, Green Valley, professor, June 5, Hudgel's Swan. BATES, Ann Berdine, 81, sec-' retary, May 31, East Lawn. BEAUPRE, Vivian Ruth, 76, homemaker, June 5, Desert Rose. BECA, Rose, 85, homemaker, June 4, Evergreen. BICKFORD, Arlene M., 85, bookkeeper, May 29, Adah-Dodge. CHAVEZ, Josephine P., 75, sales, June 1, Carrulo's Tucson. COLLDOCK, Margaret Ann, 85, homemaker, May 26, Desert Rose. COLLINS, Barry Gene, 37, laborer, May 26, Desert Rose. COOK, Edward E. Jr., 56, systems analyst, June 2, Bring's Broadway. COOMBS, Robert E. Jr., 77, school administration, June 2, Hudgel's Swan. CRAVEN, Cecil, 84, accountant-June 2, Bring's Broadway. CROOGAN-BOW, Elinor, 88, Green Valley, music teacher, June 2, Hudgel's Swan. DIETZ, Karlheinz, 68, plumbing company owner, May 31, Adair Dodge. EIDE, Kristi, 33, bank teller, May 28, East Lawn. FEGURSKY, Victoria G., 80, homemaker, June 3, Carril-lo's Tucson. FIELDS, Ronald G., 53, barber, June 3, Hudgel's Swan. FISHER, Wilma B., 78, home-maker, May 31, Desert Rose. GATUN, Cecil L., 87, millwright, June 2, Desert Rose. GRANILLO, Tony B., 60, custodian, June 1, Carrillo's Tucson. GRAY, Florence M., 92, store clerk, June 4, Hudgel's Swan. HADDIX, Helen M., 76, unit assistant, June 5, Evergreen. HALPERN, Irving M. "Hal," 75, master sergeant U.S. Army, June 3, Evergreen. HESS, Edna, 84, Green Valley, administrative assistant, June 4, Hudgel's Swan. HUME, Elisabeth J., 92, social worker, June 2, Hudgel's Swan. KUKLIN, Eugene Stuart, 59, Apache Junction, pharmacist, June 3, Evergreen. FUNERAL NOTICES James S. Russell (Jim, Pops) was called to Paradise on Sunday June 2, 2002. He leaves behind his loving wife and best friend of over 50 years, Doris; sons, Jim, Harold and Steve and their spouses Nev, Beth and Karin; grandchildren Camden and Carly Russell, Heather (Russell) Scavo and her husband, Charles; great-grandson Tyler. His caring nature and great sense of humor will be missed by all that had the opportunity to know him. Arrangements by EAST LAWN PALMS MORTUARY. SCHODDE, Glen W., 93, formerly of Mpls. MN, and El Paso, Texas, died May 14. Preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Katherine and his second wife of 26 years, Mae. Survived by his wife Mildred of Tucson Estates, daughter Casey Woods (Punch), sons David Schodde of Mpls. and Steve Schodde (Ann) of Des Moines, Iowa; six grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren. Glen was a fire safety engineer for many years, retiring in 1972. Graduated from lllirlois Institute of Technology. He was a member of the Blue Goose Insurance Association, Delta Tau Delta and Crescent Masonic Lodge No. 25 in Cedar Rapids, IA. Graveside services were held in Cedar Rapids, IA. Memorials may be sent to the Community Food Bank, P.O. Box 26727, Tucson AZ 85726. -'"' 'x. ' - i: i i ; ? i O 1 Vi GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES Caskets, Urns, Memorials 628-9426 LANGLEY, Lavone J., 72, nurse, June 2, Desert Rose. LEE, June Lum, 83, homemaker, May 22, Evergreen. LEWIS, Brandon Morris, 19, laborer, May 31, Adair Dodge. LOPEZ, Alejandra, 93, home-maker, June 2, Carrillo's Tucson. LYONS, GeraldineS.,92, homemaker, June 2, Hudgel's Swan. MARCUM, Daniel E., 41, laborer landscaping, May 30, Desert Rose. MOORE, Eugene J., 78, clergyman, June 5, Hudgel's Swan. MORWOOD, Mary F., 94, professor, June 3, Bring's Broadway. O'BRIEN, Gary Michael, 53, public relations, June 3, East Lawn. OLLES, Deborah Lee, 65, Green Valley, programmer, June 3, Hudgel's Swan. POLEN, Pauline, 81, Oro Valley, secretary, May 24, Desert Rose. QUIROGA, Juan Sesmas, 49, dishwasher, May 26, Desert Rose. RAMEY, Diana L., 58, administrator U.S. Army, May 30, Desert Rose. RATLIFF, Doil Gene, 59, Sierra Vista, sergeant 1st class U.S. Army, June 6, Desert Rose. REEVES, Kenneth H., 47, author, June 2, Adair Dodge. ROMERO, Alfred Osfie, 38, laborer, May 31, Desert Rose. ROMO, Margaret F., 85, home-maker, June 1, Carrillo's Tucson. SPAGNOLO, Frank, 73, bindery technician, June 2, Desert Rose. SRCH, Robert James, 70, data processor, May 31, Adair Dodge. STEDER, Dorothy, 84, home-maker, June 2, Bring's Broadway. TOMPKINS, Gladys, 93, secretary, May 27, Evergreen. VELASCO, Joseph Henry Sr., 38, carpenter, June 2, Adair Dodge. WHALEN, Sandra Marie, 52, Green Valley, health consultant, June 3, Hudgel's Swan. WINSON, Margaret, 82, home-maker, June 4, Hudgel's Swan. YOUNG, William, 74, administrator, June 1, Desert Rose. IN MEMOR1AM Francis L. Jaymes, Jr. April 16, 1952 June 8, 2000 You will always "live" in our hearts and minds. We miss you and love you. Jeanne and Steven Sometimes flowers can say what words cannot.. Inglis Florists Serving Tucson Since 1940 622-4641 Teleflora Store Hours M-F 10am-6pm Available 24 Hours v swtv V 3148 N. 1st Ave (1st at Ft. Lowell) J 1

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