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Samuel Alexander, 95, Feb 16, business owner. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Ruby L. Brown, 81, March 6, homemaker. South Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery

Anivar Celaya, 78, March 13, laborer. Carrillo’s Tucson Mortuary

Mary E. Davis, 97, Feb. 28, homemaker. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Phyliss A. Davis, 70, March 3, salesperson. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Dorothy G. Dedrick, 85, Feb. 14, salesperson. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Rhoda E. Gander, 96, Feb. 10, teacher. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Norma L. Gonzales, 77, March 10, salesperson. Carrillo’s Tucson Mortuary

Delmer E. Hardy, 85, March 2, mechanic. South Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery

Halena E. Hill, 79, of Green Valley, Feb. 13, homemaker. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Alejandro “Alex” F. Moreno, 95, March 7, business owner. Carrillo’s Tucson Mortuary

Dennis A. Nebe, 67, March 4, teacher. South Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery

David L. Ross, 58, of Pittsburgh, March 3, architect. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Rafael Samaniego, 93, March 13, driver. Carrillo’s Tucson Mortuary

Ivan D. Schlaefer, 80, March 3, company vice president. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Socorro Solis, 92, of Nogales, March 14, homemaker. Carrillo’s Tucson Mortuary

Lucille Trifero, 94, Feb. 27, county clerk. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory

Adriene J. Turner, 51, March 4, teacher. South Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery

Michael M. Vega, 54, Feb. 15, real estate. South Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery

Shirley Zuckerman, 103, Feb. 12, salesperson. Evergreen Mortuary & Crematory


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