David Louis Corralejo

David Louis Corralejo, 30, passed away in Tempe. He was born in Florence, AZ on November 22, 1987. As a child, he was loved by all because of his quick wit, silly pranks and big personality. He loved sports, hunting, playing video games and was active in youth church activities as a teen. He loved his family, friends and children and will be missed. He is survived by his parents Sharon Vasquez and David V. Corralejo; His grandparents Carol Lewis, Cy and Lydia Henry and Mary Corralejo. His children Milliana and David Corralejo and stepchildren George and Leticia Crespin; Sisters Ciara Ramirez, Desirae Corralejo, Alexis Corralejo and Dominique Corralejo and brother Raoul Ramirez. Services

Santos A. Munoz

Santos A. Munoz, 75, passed away on September 26, 2018 in Casa Grande. She was born on February 6, 1943 in Buckeye, AZ. She was a laborer. She loved dancing, shopping, the casino and working in her garden. Most of all she loved spending time with family and friends. She is survived by her husband Pedro Munoz. Daughters Gloria Martinez, Mary Ann Guerrero, Dolores Torres and Patsy Munoz and brother Pedro Monoz Jr. Sisters Simona Benavidez and Frances Carrasco and brother Refugio Alvarado. Also 17 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. She is proceeded in death by her parents Esteban and Eusobia Alvarado; Siblings Eva Garza, David Alvarado, Audencio, Steve Alvarado and Juanita Alvarad

Roger Gerald Boie

Roger Gerald Boie passed away September 19, 2018 at home in Arizona City. He was 79. Roger was retired but his interests included fishing, boating and playing cards. He also rode his bicycle to gather recycle materials that were discarded. Roger was a loving husband for 55 years and a devoted father who lived for his family. He is survived by his wife Shirley T. Boie and his daughter Constance T. Hart. Siblings Florence LaPointe and Arthur Boie and Ken Boie. 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. He is proceeded in death by his parents Maurice and Lea Boie. Georgette Atigian and Dolores Lavessier. Services are private.

Teresa Mercedes Espinoza

Teresa Mercedes Espinoza, 55, passed away on Sept 19, 2018. She was born Fresno, Ca. She was raised in Eloy. She liked to take her daily walks and take selfies. She loved her grandkids and spending time with them. She loved to dance and play music. She will be missed by her dogs Kali and Kobe. She is survived by her husband Rudy Espinoza; Sons Tito Tarango and Derek Maldonado; Sisters Yolanda Ortega, Patricia Figueroa, Gloria Harrison, Lydia Zaragoza and Eleonor Zaragoza and brother Andrew Zaragoza. Grandchildren Ahrianna, Devin, Janaya, Brooklyn, Dylan, Destiny, Dominique, Cameron and Chanel. Her fur babies Kali and Kobe. She is proceeded in death by her parents Faustino and Eleanor

Joseph Thomas Birosik

On September 8, 2018, after 91 full years, Joseph Thomas Birosik joined the company of his loving Lord and family. Joe was born in New York City on January 5, 1927 tp Maria and Ignatius Birosik and spent his formative years in the city until he felt the calling to defend the country he loved. Joe served in the Navy during WWII and the Korean Conflict. He saw action in the waters of Europe as a Boatswain Mate abourd his ship. Between wars, Joe returned to New York and began his career in Manufacturing sector as an assembler of watch bands. This experience led to his natural calling to become a master tool and die maker. Joe was a highly skilled craftsman and artisian and in the course of

Karen Elizabeth Simmers

Karen Elizabeth Simmers (Jogeese); passed away on Saturday September 1, 2018 at her home in Casa Grande. She was born October 16, 1947 in Passaic, N.J., to parents Benedict "Vic" and Bernadette "Dette" Jogeese. She and her sisters grew up in New Jersey. In the late 60's. she followed her older sister, Carole, moving to Ohio, where she soon met her late husband Bill and they raised their three children in Claridon, OH. She worked for a nursery in the summer months; where she loved gardening and working with outdoor plants and flowers. Later, she worked for GTE/Verizon in Marion, OH. After her husbands passing; she moved and resided in Casa Grande for the past 20 years. Karen truly live

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