Rebecca "Becky" Roberts

Rebecca "Becky" Roberts, 63, of Maricopa added a new brightness to the desert night sky. Her flame on earth was extinguished November 29, 2018. She is proceeded in her journey by her husband and best friend Dennis. Those left to remember her on earth include her son, Michael, daughters Kelly (Ted Anderson) and Monique (Richard Judge), mother Jaime Villegas, siblings Robert (Donna Brown) and Rose (Roland Radke) and grandchildren Brendan, Daniel, Cameron, Joel, Skylar and Teagan. She also leaves nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles as well as countless friends young and old. Becky loved her family, travel, dancing and cooking. In fact, she loved them so much that every cooking with

Robert "RJ" Jones

Robert "RJ" Jones, 61, left this earth to be with our Lord in Heaven on November 27, 2018. He was born on January 9, 1957 to LaVerne (Sarmento) Green. He leaves behind the love of his life, his wife of 15 years, Michele, two children, Michael and Stefanie (Angel), three granddaughters, Angelina, Isabel and Eva, a sister Alvina, two nephews, Dylan and Derek, and his mom LaVerne Green. RJ loved fishing, hunting, and spending time with family and friends. He also loved being a law enforcement officer. He served with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department in the housing projects for 8 years. He moved to Arizona where he served at the Department of Corrections, Gila River Indian Community, and

Marino Lopez Barraza

Marino Lopez Barraza, 92, passed away in Coolidge. He was born in Sinoloa, Mexico on September 10, 1926 to Cristobal and Amelia Lopez, who proceeded him in death. He loved to dance and listen to music. He was a happy man. He liked to play pool, ride horses and boxing. He was an awesome Dad. He is survived by his children Lupe Lopez, Emiliana Lopez, Martin Lopez, Marino Lopez, Rosa Lopez, Maria Fletes, Eva Camacho, Cristobal Lopez, Raymond Lopez, Juan Lopez, Enrique Lopez and Amelia Lopez. Sblings; Gonzalo Lopez, Cristobal Lopez, Juan Lopez and Rosa Lopez and a lot of grandchildren and great grandchildren. There will be a service in Mexico.

Ellen "Bonnie" ReMay

Ellen "Bonnie" ReMay, 75, passed away November 11, 2018 in Maricopa. She was born in San Mateo, California on November 27, 1942 to Joseph and Kathryn Dunbar who proceed her in death. Bonnie was the most unselfish person ever. She never asked for anything. She was an amazing mother and friend. She is survived by her daughter Elizabeth ReMay (PA) and son William ReMay of Mesa; one grandson Robert Mason Walker and her furry friend Daniel. She is proceeded in death by her husband William ReMay Jr.

Philip G. Rainha

Philip G. Rainha passed away November 7, 2018 at Banner Desert Medical Center. He was 73. He was born in Marlborough, MA on September 22, 1945 to Carl and Alice Rainha who proceeded him in death. Philip served his country proudly in the US Navy. After the service he worked for Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company until he retired. He worked at other power companies until he finally "retired". He still continued to work at the Bistro at Palm Creek , where he made a lot of friends. He is survived by his wife of 42 years Niki Rainha and sister Donna Vizzo of Massachusetts. He is proceeded in death by his brother Robert Rainha. Services will be at a later date.

Susan L. Kendall

Susan L. Kendall, 67, was born May 12, 1951 and returned to Jesus November 4, 2018. She was born in Michigan but found her way to Arizona to be in the sun and mountains she loved. She always made us laugh with her collection of frogs and their shenanigans. She will be missed dearly on earth but will be in our hearts forever. She is survived by her daughters Cory Hayes (Trin) and Dannie Neller (Todd). Brother in law Frank Busuttil; Niece Marlo (Mike) and nephews Adam and Aiden; Grandchildren Maddi Hayes and Kiera and Ari Neller. She is proceeded in death by her beloved husband Dennis; Parents Helen and Edmund Czarnomski; Sister Irene Busuttil.

James "Eddie" Moreno

James "Eddie" Moreno, 74, passed away on November 1, 2018 in Casa Grande. He was born April 1, 1944 in Florence, AZ. He enjoyed camping, listening to the oldies, playing his accordion and dancing. He is survived by his wife Christina; His daughters Maria Moreno, Rebecca Moreno and Rachael Moreno; Sons Carlos Moreno, Alec Moreno, Martine Moreno, Mario Moreno and Fernando Moreno; Brothers Raymond and Frank. Also grandkids Samantha, Jamie, Tony, Graciella, Sandra, Rachel Michelle, Carlos Jr, Katrina, Anna, Christina and Mya. Great grandkids Angelo, Abel, Amerie, Lia, Sophia, Trypp, Christopher, Nathan and Steven Jr. He is proceeded in death by his mother Ruth Moreno and son Jaimito Moreno. T

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