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  • McLaughlin, Nancy

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been a resident of Prescott for 19 years. He had been a trans-ocean commerical pilot for Pan American airlines during WWII. He had owned and operated a turkey farm in South Carolina and retired in 1962. He later moved to Prescott. Survivors included his wife, Martha; 2 daughters, Jane and Kim Kister and 2 sisters. Mt. View Crematory was in charge of the cremation.

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  • Hall, Helen

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 18 Jul 1974: Had resided in Arizona for 88 years and in Prescott for 11 years. She lived in Tombstone for 50 years where she was clerk in charge of tax collections for the county treasurer and was post mistress for 8 years. She had attended the University of Arizona in 1901. She moved in Los Angeles in 1936 and in 1943 was asked to aid the FBI by joining a communist cell. She was assigned the task of undercovering names of members and the activities. She continued this work until 1958 when she left Los Angeles. During this period she reported to the FBI twice monthly. Since 1953 she was active in anti-communist work. She was presentated with the George Washington Honor Medal of Freedom Foundation in 1955 for her dedication to American principles. Survivors included 2 daughters, Norma Rockfellow of Prescott and Betty Newell of Petersburg, Virginia; a son, Harry E. of Los Angeles; 8 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Memorial services and cremation were at St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Memory Chapel was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Grey, Riley Greybull

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Aug 2000: Moved to Prescott from Portales, New Mexico in 1945. She was married in Williams, Coconino, Arizona in 1947. Was a homemaker who enjoyed fishing, camping and other outdoor activities., YCRR: had lived in Arizona for 55 years, COD: pneumonia and Parkinson's disease. Mt. View crematory and Hampton Funeral Home were in charge of the arangements.

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  • Smith, Robert C. ""Bob"

    Had lived in Arizona for 6 years. COD: congestive heart failure. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements. YCRR, NOTE: the files of the Mt. View Crematorium show a cremation date of 20 Jun 1980.

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  • Sanchez, Hermalinda

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, Section & page 5A 16 Apr 2006: Had lived in Prescott since 1948. She and William helped organize and were charter member of the Disable American Veterans, Prescott Unit in 1968. William served several terms as commander. Peggy retired from Prescott Veterans affairs Medical Center in 1981. As a Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary member, she had donated over 5,000 hours of Sewing for the Medical Ceneter. Had been a member of the Prescott Christian Church for over 50 years. Graveside services took place on April, 20, 2006 at the Mountain View cemetery. NO birth or death dates were given in the obituary.

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  • Rouse, Vera

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 25 May 1965: A resident of Prescott since 1920 he came here to regain his health after service in the U. S. Army during WWI. He represented the Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette here from 1922 until his retirement in 1960. Was a long time member of the Prescott Elks Lodge 330, the Ernest A. Love Post 6, American Legon and was affiliated with the Trinity Presbyterian Church. Survivors included his wife; 4 sisters, Mrs. Winnie Taylor & Mrs. Bertha Tidwell both of Adamsville; and Mrs. Alberta Hamilton of Memphis, Tennessee and Mrs. Rena Campbell, of England, Arkansas. Obit claims he was buried in the Mt. View Cememtery but NO record of the burial has been found.

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  • Dys, Frances C

    OBIT: Verde Independent, 27 Feb 1991: Moved to Arizona in 1977 from Longview, Washington. A veteran of WWII, serving in the 390th Gunner Group and was a former prisoner of war. Was a member of the Disable American Veterans. Survivors included his wife; a son, Dennis Space of Seattle and a sister, Jeanne Pontius of Oregon., YCRR: Had lived in Arizona for 14 years, previous residence was in Washington. COD: respiratory arrest. Westcott Funeral Home shipped the remains to the Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Phoenix, Arizona.

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  • Disher, Thomas

    OBIT: Prescott Courier: 15 Dec 1968: Resided in Bullhead City, Arizona for eight years, coming there from Colona, Illinois. Veteran of WWI, served in the U.S. Army as an engineer. Was survived by his wife, a son, Lee of Bullhead City, a son, Lloyd of East Moline, Illinois, 3 sisters, and 3 grandchildren. Was a member of the Silvery Rock Club of Bullhead and the American Legion Club. Was affiliated with the Trinity Lutheran Church in Moline, Illinois. Services were to be held at the Dailey Mortuary in Fort Byron, Illinois

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  • Denny, Cartan Harold

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 25 Sep 1968: Had been a patient at the Veteran's Hospital for nine years. Had been a resident of Arizona since 1929 when he came to Welton from Holtville, California. He was a veteran of World War I and a retired farm laborer. Was a member of the Welton VFW Post and American Legion Post. He was survived by his wife; a brother Monty, of the Whipple Domiciliary in Prescott; a sister, Mrs. Wilma Ohmstede of El Centro, California and 2 nieces and two nephrews. Services were held in the Johnson Mortuary, Yuma, Arizona. Burial was to be in the Yuma Cemetery.

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  • Marshall, Mary

    OBIT: Prescott Couirer, 3 Sep 1965: Came to Prescott in 1906. Member of the Trinity Episcopal Church and the Luke-Greenway Post, American Legion in Phoenix, and served as president of the Roosevelt Council of Boy Scouts of Maricopa County, haveing worked with the Boy Scouts for over 40 years. Was also past president of the Field Valley Polo and Riding Club, Phoenix,a Veteran of both the Spanish-American War and WWI and was one of the original developers of the Mountain Club in Prescott. Survivors included his wife, Lucille, of Phoenix and a sister, Miss Florence Hiscox, of New York City. Services were held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church with cremation to follow.

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  • Clingan, Mildred

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 27 Sep 1965: Had resided in Arizona since 1936. Came to Prescott in 1946 from Clifton, Greenlee, Arizona to established a law practive after WWII. Member of the County, State & American Bar Assocations. Was a 25 year member of Elks Lodge 330. Survivors included his wife, Kathryn, his mother, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Betty Taylor of Signey, Nebraska and Mrs. Laureen Smith of Coronado, California. Services were held by Rev. Richard Anderson of the Trinity Presbyterian Church at the Ruffner Funeral Home. Cremation was to follow the services

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  • Clifton, Don

    OBIT: Prescott Courier 15 Mar 1965: Had practiced medicine in Prescott from 1947 to retirement in 1961. Was a life fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Academy of Opthamology & Otolaryngology and others. Practiced medicine in Golden and Fort Collins, Colorado, Bakersfield and Los Angeles, California and Prescott. Memboer of the Elks Lodge #330. Survivors included his wife, Goldie, of Prescott; a son, Col. Peter L. M. Packard of Washington, D.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Patricia Bartlett of Yuba City, California and 7 grandchildren. Services were held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, followed by cremation

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  • Sartorius, Harlo Clark

    Daily Courier 16 Mar 2007: Sunrise Funeral Home Chapel.

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  • Brooks, Edwin Eric

    NOTE: the above date is also a cremation date from the files of the Mt. View crematorium. YCRR: had lived in for 80 years, previous residence was in England. COD: sepsis due to infected decubitus ulcer and renal failure. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements

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  • Cook, Mayme

    OBIT: Verde Independent, 27 Feb 1991: Moved to Arizona in 1968. Was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Sun City, the United Methodist Women, Alpha Delta Pi, PEO, The Daughters of the American Revolution, the University of Kansas Alumnae Association and a past Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors included a son, Richard, G. Cook of Lake Montezuma; 2 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. NO place of burial was listed.

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