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  • Mendenhall, Hugh Ramon

    YCRR: COD - Cardiac failure, Westcott Funeral Home handled arrangements;

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  • Adams, John Perry

    Had lived in Arizona for 40 years, previous residence was in Utah. COD: metastatic lung cancer. Had been living on the Anvil Rock Road. Stewart Chapel in Williams, Coconino, Arizona was in charge of the arrangements. Flagstaff Crematory was in charge of the cremation. YCRR

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  • Chamberlain, Donald J

    YCRR: had lived in Arizona for 9 years, previous residence was in California. COD: cardiopulmonary arrest due to emphysema. Sedona Crematory and Westcott Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Burruss, William Lloyd

    YCRR: had lived in Arizona for 16 years, previous residence was in California. COD: metastic carcinoma of the prostate. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements. Body was shipped to the Bethan Cemetery in Bethany, Oklahoma

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  • Burns, John Robert

    YCRR: had lived in Arizona for 7 1/2 years, previous residence was in Florida. COD: lung cancer with metastasis to the cervical cord. Body was shipped to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Arizona Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Minor, Eula

    OBIT: Arizona Republic, 26 Nov 1969: Came to Prescott in 1945 from Churdan, Iowa. Was a third grade teacher in Chino Valley and Prescott Public Schools from 1953-1960. Was a member of the Congregational Church, Friends of the Prescott Library, the American Association of University Women and the American Farm Bureau. She was also active in 4-H work. Survivors included a son, Dr. Charles O. Minor, a brother and sister and 3 grandchildren. Services were held at the Congregational Church, cremation was private. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Strand, Jorgen C

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Oct 1969: Came to Prescott about 1960. Was a member of the American Lutheran Church and an inactive member of the Sons of Norway Lodge in Alaska. Survivors included his wife, Ruth; 2 daughters, Mrs. Hjordia Hensen of Prescott and Mrs. Nancy Oaksmith of Ketchikan; a son, George of Stanwoodm Washington, 2 sisters and a brother, 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Burial was to be in the Bay View Cemetery, Ketchikan, Alaska

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  • Kishbaugh, William George

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 25 Sep 1969: Resident of the Pioneer Home for 5 years. Survivors included a daughter, Mrs. Georgianna Woods of Winkelman, Arizona; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Betty Owens of Tucson; 2 sons W. G. Jr. and C. R. both of California and several grandchildren. Burial was to be in the Mountain View Cemetery in Hayden, Arizona, Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been in the Pioneer Home for 6 years and in Arizona for 51 years. COD: thrombosis due to arteriosclerosis. Remains were taken to the Griffith Mortuary in Winkleman, Pinal, Arizona for the final arrangements

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  • Speck, Charles Fredrick

    NOTE: the 5th is a cremation date found in the files of the Mt. View Crematorium. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements with internment in Mt.Moriah Cemetery Kansas City,Missouri.

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  • Shafer, John Stanton

    It was unknown how long he had lived in Arizona. Previous residence was in California. COD: congestive heart failure. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. YCRR, NOTE: a cremation date of 2 May 1994 was found in the Mt. View Crematorium records.

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  • Scott, Harlan W

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: He rode with Blackjack Pershing in the U. S. Cavalry on the Mexican Boarder and during WW1 he flew with Mayor Fiorelle LaGaurdia in the American Expeditionary Forces (Rainbow Division). In 1909 and 1910 he mined for gold in the Kirkland (Arizona) area and then was the owner of an oil producting company in the midwest for many years. Survivors included his wife, Noemie of San Diego, 2 sons, Gerald of Litchfield Park, Arizona and Harlan of Columbus, Ohio; a daughter, Marie Carolson of San Deigo, California and 5 grandchildren. Mt. View Crematory in Prescott was in charge of the cremation.

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  • Lutz, James L

    OBIT: Prescott Courier 28 Aug 1974: He had moved to Arizona 16 years ago from Philadelphia. He lived in Prescott for the past 12 years. He was a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge, #3, in Philadelphia. Survivors included a daughter, Mrs. Betty Craven of Prescott; a brother, Charles Lutz of Amarillo, Texas; 2 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildre. Memory Chapel was in charge of the arrangements. Requests for donation to the American Cancer Society. Cremation was to follow the services.

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  • Lawrence, Eric I

    Had lived in Arizona for 30 years, previous residence was in California. COD: ischemic cardiomyopathy due to arteriosclerotic coronary artery heart disease. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. YCRR, NOTE: a cremation date of 19 Jan 1996 was found in the files of the Mt. View Crematorium.

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  • Oakley, Almar

    Mountain View Crematory shows cremation 10 Apr 1974,, OBIT: Prescott Courier, 8 Apr 1974: Had been a resident of Prescott and Arizona since October 1951. He was a veteran of WWI and had just finished a term as commander of Barracks 2362 of Prescott. Survivors included his wife, Hilda, of Prescott; a daughter, Mrs. Martha Ann Kremer of Toronto, Canada; 4 sons, Dr. John E. of Prescott; A.H. of Syracuse, New York; Thomas H and James S. both of St. Louis and 15 grandchildren. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Cremation was in the Mt. View Crematory in Prescott.

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  • Fink, Ollie J

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Arizona for 28 years, previous residence was in Colorado. Was a Sgt. in the U. S. Army from l943-l946. Had worked as a reporter for the Arizona Republic, the Rocky Mt. News in Denver, Wichita Eagle in Kansas, the Winslow Mail in Arizona, The Flagstaff Daily Sun in Flagstaff and was managing editor of "The Paper" in Prescott. He owned and operated the Western Bar in Prescott and coached Babe Ruth, American Legion, the Men's and Girl's Soft Ball teams. Mt. View Crematory was in charge of the cremation.

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