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  • Banik, Helen

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 10 Aug 1967: To Prescott in 1957 from Phoenix where she had been a telephone operator. She was employed, as health permitted, at the American Laundry. Member of the Sacred Heart Church and a member of the Altar Society. Services were held in Phoenix and burial was in the St. Francis cemetery.

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  • Rodriguez, Susie B.

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Feb 1972: Had lived her entire life in Prescott. Was a member of the Sacred Heart Church in Prescott. Had worked at the American Laundry for 10 years and at the Arizona Pioneer's Home for 15 years. She attended Prescott schools. Survivors included her husband, Frank of Prescott; 4 sisters, Mrs. Mollie Esquada of San Antonio, Texas, Mrs. Josie Espitia of Prescott, Mrs. Helen Perez of Torrance, California and Mrs. Irene Simpson of Prescott; 4 brothers, John and Frank Bustemante, both of Prescott and sam and Faustion Bustemante of Tucson and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins in Prescott. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Genung, Charles

    Twin of Edward., Newspaper death notice: The weekly Arizona miner. (Prescott, Ariz), 09 June 1882. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. , No known headstone

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  • Marshall, Daughter Of Orlando

    Newspaper obituary:Arizona weekly journal-miner. (Prescott, Ariz.), 28 Nov. 1894. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.

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  • Moreno, Andres

    Arizona silver belt. (Globe City, Pinal County, Ariz.), 30 July 1887. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.

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  • Parker, Richard Miller

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Arizona for 14 years, had moved to Prescott only a month prior to his death. Had served in WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam conflict. Had been a member of the Glendale (Arizona) American Legion. Survivors included his wife, Marjorie of Prescott, a daughter, Sharon Thorne of Phoenix and 2 grandchildren. Services were held in the VA Chapel in Prescott with Graveside services at the Arizona Veteran National Cemetery in Cave Creek, Maricopa, Arizona.

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  • Larson, Marvin Ernest

    OBIT: Graduated from Safford (Arizona) High School in 1943. Attended the University of Arizona. Enrolled in the Navy and was sent to Notre Dame as part of the V12 program and graduated in 1946 with a degree in Naval Sciences. After marrying Phyllis Blake, he returned to the U of A and obtained a civil engineering degree. He started American Engineering where he served as president for 42 years. He and his wife had lived in Prescott for 17 years until health concerns caused them to moved to Tucson. Survivors included his wife, Phyllis; his brother Gene Robert (Joy) of Solomon, Arizona; Ray (Janet)of Buckeye, Arizona; his children, scott (Laura Lee) of Tucson, Jen Weipert of San Diego; daughter-in law Kay Lindgren of Mountain Green, Utah, Kay (Karen) of Riverview, Florida; Puara Bhuler (Reed) of Loveland, Colorado and burce (Louisa) of Grendale; 27 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. Funeral services were in Prescott, 13 Ayg 2011. Burial was in the Simmons section of the Pioneer Home Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Birch, George W

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 1 Nov 1967: Served 2 years in the Army during WWI. After returning from the war, he lived in Seattle, Washington and Fargo, North Dakota and came to Prescott in 1965. Survivors included his wife, Lydia of Prescott; 3 sisters, Mrs. Al Huber of Needles, California, Mrs. Eric Laurie of West Covina, California and Mrs. Robert Shouse of Belle View, Pennsylvania and 4 brothers, Henry of Millvale, Pennsylvania, Kenneth of El Cajon, California, James of Reno, Nevada and Vincent of San Bernardino, California. Sunset Chapel of Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Remains were shipped to Fargo, North Dakota for burial.

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  • Pitts, James Oscar

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 6 Dec 1965: Had been a resident of Prescott for 35 years and of Phoenix for 6 months. Survivors included 3 daughters, Mrs. Johnnie Rowe of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Hope Pitts of Flagstaff and Mrs. Irene Kinder of Prescott; a son, James Denford Pitts of Prescott and 7 grandchildren. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Cremation was to follow the services at the American Lutheran Church.

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  • Brown, Theodore B

    OBIT: 5 DEc 1972: Had recently moved to Prescott from Washington, Iowa to make his home with his daughter and son-in-law, Rev. & Mrs. J. Lloyd Ewart. Had also been a building inspector in Washington (Iowa). Besides his daughter and son-in-law, he was survived by a sister, Mrs. J. C. Jensen of Auburn, Indiana and 3 grandchildren. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the local arrangements. Interment was to follow at the Elm Grove Cemetery in Washington, Iowa.

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  • Urch, Melvin C

    OBIT: Prescott Courier,m 11 Jun 1970: Had lived in Prescott for 9 years, coming from Pasadena California. He was a member of the Elks Club and the American Legion. Services were held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Prescott. Survivors included a sister, Mrs. Theo U. Brewster of Prescott and 3 nieces. Private cremation followed the services.

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  • Hemsworth, Harry

    OBIT: He was a veteran of the Spanish American War. He was also a life member of the Naphtali Lodge 3100 AF & AM, in Almena, Kansas. There were no known survivors. Services where held at the Eckhart Funeral Home in Almena, Kansas.

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