Crystal Kralewski

Crystal Kralewski, 74, passed away February 19, 2019 in Casa Grande. She was born in Arkansaw, Wisconsin to Velma and Francis Kralewski. She married Bud Holman in 1965 and moved from Minnesota to Arizona in 2001. She was loved and will be missed. She is survived by her children Shawn Holman, Nicole Kohn and Charlie Kralewski; Sisters Sara Gohde and Karen Larson; Brothers Allen Kralewski and Mark Kralewski and 8 grandchildren.. She is proceeded in death by her parents Velma and Francis Kralewski and siblings Helen Kanneen, Clifton Kralewski and Orville Kralewski. There will be no services.

Zinnia Lato

Zinnia Lato, 86, passed away February 16, 2019 in Casa Grande. She was born on March 28, 1932 in a farmhouse in Eau Galle, Wisconsin. She was raised in Eau Galle and went to grade school there. She went to high school in Durand, Wisconsin. She worked as a dietician at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Clair, Wisconsin and in Menomonie, Wisconsin. She met her husband of 57 and a half years, Louie, in Menomonie. They married on June 22, 1961. They moved to Forks, Washington in 1968. She was a head baker at the school. She liked to travel and liked the beach. She loved to dance. She was a singer and imitated Elvis and was a yodeler. She liked to go to the casinos to talk to people. She

Colleen (Holden) Lopez

Colleen (Holden) Lopez, 72, passed away February 16, 2019 in Arizona City. She was born August 30, 1946 in Ajo, Arizona to Jefferson and Elsie Holden, who proceed her in death. She retired from Mary C. O'Brien School. She loved spending time with family, especially her grandkids. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother (little Noni). She is survived by her husband, Francisco Lopez; Daughters Angela Bustamante and Priscilla Mojica and son David Mojica; Stepchild Ginger Greer; Sister Jessie Lou Mercer and brothers Stan Holden and Lee Holden. 13 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. She is proceeded in death by her parents and her grandson Elias Moj

Arthur "Artbaba" Curry

Arthur "Artbaba" Curry, 58, passed away February 8, 2019 in Casa Grande. He was born December 20, 1961 to William J. Curry and Bessie L. Curry. Left to cherish his memory are his mother Bessie Curry; Children Janay and Noah; Brothers Jerry and Gary; Sister Renae, Diedre, Gloria, Diane, Salistine, Monica and Hope. Also family, friends, nieces and nephews to numerous too name. FRANKIE WILL TRULY BE MISSES BY US ALL AND WE WILL AWAIT THE TIME UNTIL WE WILL SEE HIM AGAIN.

Andrew Ortega

Andrew Ortega, age 31, formally of Hobbs, New Mexico, currently living in Maricopa, Arizona, went to be with our loving Father in Heaven, on February 3, 2019. Andrew was born on June 30, 1987 to Sergio Ortega and Josie Ortega in Hobbs, New Mexico. Andrew was proceeded in death by an older brother, Jarrayd, who was also his best friend. They enjoyed playing various sports together, such as, basketball, golf, poker, and pool. Andrew was known for being very active on social media, taking selfies and creating videos to make people laugh. He had a contagious smile and gave such warm, affectionate hugs. Andrew never met a stranger he didnt get along with. He had a unique way of connecting

Erwin H. Jackson, Jr.

Erwin H. Jackson, Jr. passed away February 1, 2019 in Kohatk-in Village. He was 38. Erwin loved to read and play video games. He loved cooking but most of all he loved his dogs. He was a chef at a restaurant in Sun Lakes and also security at Christie's Bar in Tempe. He will be missed by all that knew him but mostly by his cousin and friend Diane. He is survived by his cousins Diane Manuel-Kohatk-in Village and Blaine Manuel- Maricopa. He is proceeded in death by his parents Mary Lou and Erwin Jackson Sr., Aunt Alicia Manuel, Uncle Rustie Miguel and Grandparents Lalo and Nellie Miguel. There will be a memorial service on February 9, 2019 at 10:00 am at the Kohatk Village Church. Deacon

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