Maira Janet Banchs Perdomo

Maira Janet Banchs Perdomo passed away July 30, 2018 in Casa Grande. She was 59. She was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico on July 4, 1959. Maira loved to write and cook. She dedicated her life to Jesus Christ. She had a lot of faith and heart. She greeted everyone with a great smile. She was a wonderful Mother and Grandmother. She is survived by her Son Geissel Geovani Gonzalez ( Susana Velazco) and her Daughter Yazmin Yamir Gonzalez (Luis Leon); Father Heriberto Banchs; Brothers Heriberto Banchs, and Edgardo Banchs and 4 grandchildren. There will be no services at this time.

Richmond E. "Dad" Rose

Richmond E. "Dad" Rose, 70, passed away July 26, 2018 at home in Casa Grande with his family. He was born in the village of New Berlin, NY to Robert and Mary Luise Rose who proceeded him in death. He worked as a mechanic, in construction and a truck driver. He loved to garden, race cars, Harley Davidson and going to the casino. He is survived by his children Rhonda Rose, Renee Rose and Rick Rose. His sisters Faye, Barb, Joan and Pat and brother David Rose and 7 grandchildren. There are no services at this time.

Arthur Vidal Belloc

Arthur Vidal Belloc, 42, passed away July 25, 2018 in Eloy. He was born in Casa Grande on September 6 1975. He worked on the farm with his family. He loved being around family and attending his childrens sporting events. His favorite sports baseball, basketball and wrestling. He is survived by his parents Yolanda Vidal and Raul Jr and Linda Belloc. His daughter Cyarin Jimenez and son Roman Belloc. Step children Sienna Flores, Gabriella Torres and Michael Alvarado. Brothers Joel V. Belloc, Rudy G. Belloc, Joseph J. Belloc, Ray A. Belloc and Randy J Belloc. Sister Loriann T. Guanajuato. Stacy Flores- mother of his children and grandchildren Victoria and Alexia Arenans and Adrian Pasos

Jeanne Gerue

Jeanne Gerue, 69, passed away on July 23, 2018 in Arizona City. She was born March 25, 1949 in Menominee, MI to Victor and Fern Gerue. She loved all animals, especially horses. She moved to Arizona 3 years ago and loved the heat down here. She was crazy about Elvis. She loved spending time with her daughter Vicki and her grandpup Lucky and her kitties. She is survived by her daughter Vicki Tickler; Sister Judy Bastien and brother Larry Gerue; Her special friend and companion Mike Axtell. She was proceeded in death by her parents. There are no services planned at this time.

Jesusita Rubio

Jesusita Rubio, 88, of Casa Grande passed away on July 21, 2018. She was born in El Paso, Texas on June 27, 1930. She worked in her younger years picking cotton. She loved to go dancing and to sing. She would listen to Mexican music and dance. She not only took care of her grandkids but loved having her nieces and nephews around too and their children. She liked to make bunuelos` especiall around Christmas time. She is survived by her daughter Isidra Martinez. Her sister Manuela Lopez (Jesus Sr). Grandchildren Norma Alicia Hicks (Darrel Sr), Richie Martinez, Stevie M. Rubio (Esther), Joseph Rubio (Melissa), Abraham Rubio, Andres R. Martinez (Lisa), Javier Martinez (Veronica Galaviz)

Lloyd Chamblin

Lloyd Chamblin passed away July 14, 2018 in Casa Grande. He was 85. Lloyd was born in Blackburn, OK on September 29, 2018. He was a vereran. He was a cotton and hay farmer. He loved his animals and enjoyed spending time with them. As he got older he would drive a golf cart around the farm with the dogs following behind him. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Chamblin; Daughters Cheryl Chamblin and Karen Hamm; Sons Jack and John Chamblin; Sisters Ruby and Tootie and brothers Willie and John Chamblin. 9 grandchildren, 9 greatgrandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. He is proceeded in death sister Loretta Holt and brothers Jim and Charlie Chamblin. Services will be at a later date.

Donald M. Johannson

Donald M. Johannson, 68, passed away July 12, 2018 in Casa Grande. He was born in Waterloo, IA on October 8, 1949. He was a warehouse manager for 25 years. He enjoyed working on cars and fishing. He was a huge movie buff. He was a loving father and would do anything for his grandchildren. He is survived is survived by his children Melinda McCray (Donald), David Henson (Laura) and Douglas Johannson (Tara); brother Leonard Johannson (Dorina); grandchildren Rachelle Driscoll (Charles), Amanda McCray, Daniel Henson (Lauren), Darek Hensen, Samantha Hensen, Alexis Johannson, and Jordan Johannson; great grandchildren Wyatt Henson and Charlotte Henson. He is proceeded in death by his wife Glori

Brenda C. Shank

Brenda C. Shank passed away July 7, 2018 in Casa Grande. She was 71. She was born on August 30, 1946 in Winamac, IN but was raised in Star City, IN. She ran a home daycare. She was Director of Religious Education at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Winamac, IN and at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rochester, IN. She was co-owner of Shanks Ladies Store in Winamac. She retired with her husband to Casa Grande. She was a charter member of The Catholic Daughters of America, St Anthony's Court #2651. While in Casa Grande she founded Brenda'a Backpacks. They distributed through St. Vincent de Paul to help the homeless and will be continued by the Catholic Daughters. She was a member of St.

Kyan Lee Helmic

Kyan Lee Helmic, 21, passed away July 5, 2018 in Maricopa. He was born June 30, 1997. Kyan was one of the two greatest loves in his mother's life. He was the best friend of his younger sibling. He loved their cats, video games, music and his family and friends. He lived with special needs (bipolar, ADHD, Aspergers) but had a heart which loved larger than life. He attended CAC and was on the Dean's List and Who's Who in Community College both years. Their world was blessed to have him in it. He will be missed more than they an express. He is survived by his mother Kesha Renee Helmic, grandmother Faye McFarland and grandfather Elbert Wells Jr; Aunts Tammy Adams, Teresa Felton, Loretta

Bentura R. Carbajal

Bentura R. Carbajal passed away July 2, 2018 in Casa Grande. He was 63. He was born in Casa Grande. He enjoyed spending time with family, especially his grandchildren. He enjoyed his local Arizona sports teams. He is survived by his mother Stella Carbajal, brother Raymond Carbajal, 1 son and 3 grandchildren. He is proceeded in death by his wife Alicia L. Carbajal, His father Bentura O. Carbajal and sister Lupe Nunez. Services are private.

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