Derrick Anthony Romero

Derrick Anthony Romero, 33, passed away on April 26, 2019 in Maricopa. He was born in Gallup NM on March 24, 1986 to Michelle and Max Romero. He loved to be outdoors fishing, hunting, camping and boating. He played basketball and baseball. Most of all he was a family man. He loved his wife and kids and being with family. He is survived by his wife of 18 years Quinn Romero; Parents Max and Michelle Romero; daughters Ava and Adikiss and sons Michael and Maximus; Grandmother Cordy Lovato; Sister Desiree Baca (Matthew); Brothers Domonic Romero (Celina), Damian Romero and Benjamin Sanchez (Amy). He proceeded in death by grandparents Joe L. Lovato and Placido and Margaret Romero and his

Frances Mary "Fran" Beriau

Frances Mary "Fran" Beriau, 66, passed away April 24, 2019 in Arizona City. Fran was born in Petersburgh, NY, the middle child of Isaac and Grace (Clancy) Hubbard. Her family moved to Clarendon Springs, VT when she was 7 and she was raised there. After graduating high school, Fran moved to Washington, D.C. and worked for the FBI. She moved from there to Sturbridge, MA. She had many administrative careers in customer service including Rotman's Furniture store and a real estate agent. Fran moved to Arizona in 2000 and she was a certified pharmacy technician for Walmart in Casa Grande until she retired in 2015. She was an avid jewelry maker and loved antiquing. Fran was a motorcycle rid

Tationia Marie Jones

Tationia Marie Jones passed away April 23, 2019 in Casa Grande. She was 18. She was a student at Casa Grande Union High School and would have graduated this May. She was a very easy going young lady. She loved caring for babies and kids and animals. She really loved dancing and listening to R & B music. She was known for being artistic, patient, kind and courteous. She had the most beautiful smile. She was active in the youth department at G.E.T Church. She enjoyed spending time with family. She had a close relationship with her father Terrance Williams Sr. and her mother Tanika Jones. She was a church going young lady with a strong faith in God.. She touched so many lives during h

Denise Deite "Meyer" Hayes

Denise Deite "Meyer" Hays, 40, passed away on April 11, 2019. Beloved mother, wife and grandmother. She is survived by her 4 children Diete Masterson, Brianna Masterson, Scotty Masterson and Brandon Masterson; 4 grandchildren Ja'nay Couse, Tabitha Titus, Paisley Masterson and Jullianna Titus. She lived for her family and touched the lives of so many. We love you and miss you. Gone but never forgotten. A celebration of life will be held April 27, 2019 at 1:00pm at 4719 W. Dill Ave., Coolidge, AZ

Mark Maurer

Mark Maurer passed away on Friday April 5, 2019 in Eloy, Arizona. Born January 8, 1954 in Michigan. Those left tp cherish his memory are his wife of 45 years, Debbie, two sons, Justin and Brandon and six grandchildren, Rhett, Kaylee, Breyonna, Ethen, Skye and Blu. He was an engaged, modest man and an entrepreneur who selflessly and enthusiastically served his community and loved ones. So many memories-living without you will be the hardest part of all. Memorial services will be held on Friday, April 12, 2019 at the J Warren Memorial Garden from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

John Andrews

John Andrews, 83, passed away April 4, 2019 at home in Casa Grande. He was born on June 23, 1935 in Greenwood, Kansas. John knew how to live life to the fullest. He was always ready for the next adventure whether it would be travel, a golf game, pickleball or visiting with family. He never knew a stranger and always looked on the bright side. He served in the navy, was a barber, a director for Special Olympics, a mail carrier and in retirement a golf course attendant. John will be missed. He is survived by his wife Cindy Andrews; Children Julie (Jahn) Harden and Brian (Jennifer) Andrews; Stepchildren Melissa Glover and Patrick (Hailey) Glover; Sisters Paula Andrews and Zelma Samuels;

Rodney William Green

Rodney William Green, 60, passed away April 1, 2019. He was born in Phoenix, AZ on January 24, 1959 to Raymond and Mona (Shryock) Green, who proceeded him in death. He was a painter and he enjoyed fishing camping and cars. He is survived by his wife Terisu Wojciechowski; Daughters Sarah Hardwick (Jeff), Rachel Staley (DJ) and Heather Vanderwall (Billy); Sons Stephen Wojciechowski (Christine) and Daniel Green (Alyssa); Sister Cheryl Griffith (Matt) and brother Raymond Green (Karen); Grandchildren Christopher, Zackeriah, Nichalas and Jolynn Hardwick; Caleb, Faith, Darrell and Isabella Staley; Drayven Green, Angeleo (AJ) Vanderwall and Gabriel Siqueiros. There will be no services.

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