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DEATHS

JoAnn Dennehy, 72, Nov. 1, manufacturer. Bring’s Broadway Chapel.

Regis G. Daigle, 56, Oct. 31, technician. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Leon A. Diers, 57, Oct. 26, accountant. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Charles Fulton, 69, Oct. 16, owner. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Jo A. Fry, 74, Oct. 25, licensed practical nurse. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Edmund Gondek, 88, Oct. 30, owner. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Frank A. Gray, 87, Oct. 31, salesman. Bring’s Broadway Chapel.

Shirley Hathaway, 73, Oct. 31, designer. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

John W. Hirschman, 88, Nov. 1, physician. Bring’s Broadway Chapel.

Virginia S. Klafter, 89, Oct. 25, homemaker. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Marjorie Koon, 54, Oct. 25, representative. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Seth A. Lyman, 19, Oct. 23, student. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Shirley Y. Mabe, 52, Oct. 28, homemaker. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Timothy A. Marx, 53, Oct. 28, carpenter. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Eugene Palmer Sr., 85, Oct. 25, engineer. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

George M. Proctor, 42, Nov. 1, cosmetologist. Bring’s Broadway Chapel.

Jeane V. Renz, 85, of Green Valley, Oct. 30, homemaker. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Yvonna E. Ries, 91, Oct. 24, telephone operator. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Gertrude E. Schultz, 86, Oct. 31, administrator. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Janet Smith, 47, Oct. 28, bartender. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

George S. Torres, 53, Oct. 23, mechanic. Evergreen Mortuary Cemetery & Crematory.

Albert P. Turner, 66, Oct. 28, accountant. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Wilma J. Word, 81, Oct. 28, homemaker. Desert Rose Cremation & Burial.

Compiled by Lauren Jensen and Nicole Mourier. For information, call 573-4561.

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