Evelyn L. Mullennix

Evelyn L. Mullennix passed away in her home in Casa Grande on Tuesday morning March 31, 2020 after a nine month battle with cancer. She was 75. She was born July 20, 1944. She is survived by 2 siblings and 2 children. A big thank you to hospice and the numerous caregivers that made that time bearable. There will be no services.

Gerald (Jerry) Eugene Perrier

Gerald (Jerry) Eugene Perrier, age 78, of Arizona City and the State of Maine, was called home to be with the Lord on March 28, 2020. He passed away peacefully in his sleep after battling cancer. He is survived by his daughter Melinda and his son Steven (Kelli). He left behind three grandchildren, Nick, Ryan, and Ethan. He is also survived by his sister Marlene and his three brothers Dick, Kenny, and Ricky. He is preceded in death by his mother Georgina and his father Eugene, as well as his brother Donald and his life long friend Jim Lackey. Jerry served in the Navy soon after high school. When he got out of the Navy he took business courses and went on to be a manager for a Firestone st

Gilberto Quijada

Gilberto Quijada, 67, of Picacho, AZ passed away March 25, 2020 in Casa Grande. Gilberto was born in Santa Ana, Sonora, Mexico on April 19, 1952. He came to America in 1988 and worked in Agriculture. He loved to play musical instruments especially guitar and the accordian. Gilberto is survived by his sister Ana Gloria Moreno-Quijada and his brother Oscar Quijada. He is preceded in death by 11 brothers and his parents Jose and Cleotilde Quijada. Services at a later date.

Donna J. Harrier

Donna J. Harrier passed away March 21, 2020 in Scottsdale. She was 62. She was born on April 25, 1957 in Chicago, IL. Donna graduated from Elk Rapids High School in 1975. She went on to nursing school where she graduated from Northwestern Community College in 1977. She worked in Traverse City, Lansing, and Ostego Memorial. She was married to her husband Chris for 30 years. They moved to Arizona where they both worked for the Casa Grande Elementary School District for 10 years. She was a school nurse and teachers assistant. Her hobbies included knitting, crocheting, traveling around Arizona, cooking, quilting, and spending time with family. She is survived by her husband Chris Harrier

John F. Sharp

John F. Sharp passed away March 30, 2020 at home in Florence, AZ. He was 71. He was born in Grand Junction, Colorado to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sharp on February 16, 1949, and was raised in upstate New York. John served in the US Army where he served a term in Vietnam. He moved to Arizona in 1993, and retired from the City of Eloy. John was a lifetime member of the VFW, where he was the past post commander. John is survived by his wife Frances Sharp; Daughters Bobby Jo DeLucis and Jessica Sharp of New York and son Jason Sharp of New York. Stepchildren Teresa Davis and Scott Arnold of Arizona; Sister Jerri Valley of Colorado; 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. He is proceeded i

Janet Gray

Janet Gray, 92, died on March 19, 2020. She is survived by her two daughters Susan Bott (Travis) and Marion Croop; three granddaughters and two great grandchildren. There will be no service.

R. Dean Burk, Jr.

R. Dean Burk, Jr. passed away from complications of rheumatoid arthritis and congestive heart failure on March 11, 2020 just 29 days past his 59th birthday. Dean was a native to Arizona and to Casa Grande being born here on February 18, 1961. He attended Evergreen Elementary and Casa Grande Junior High. He is a graduate of Casa Grande Union High , class of 1979. While in high school, he found his passion for electronics. He took most available class under the mentorship of one of his favorite teachers, Mr. Charles Staats. He also studied very hard and received the first of two broadcasting licenses from the Federal Communications Commission. Having the desire to learn more, Dean enrolled

Esther "Little Bit" Grace Wegener

Esther "Little Bit" Grace Wegener, of Little Bit's Cafe, passed away March 10, 2020 in Casa Grande. Another Angel has gained her wings. The world knew her as Little Bit. Her heart, joy, life, love, and kindness was anything but little. She had a way of bringing out the "Kind" in everyone around her. She never passed up an opportunity to have a foot race with a child or have a conversation with a stranger or despite your age she was always younger than you and proved it. She brought out the love and light in life and the best in people. She set an example of anything is possible. She will be remembered for the spit-fire that she was. She is survived by her daughters Mavrine, Cindy, Karen,

Daniel "Dan" George Anderson

Daniel George Anderson, 46, of Casa Grande passed away on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Daniel was born on October 30, 1973. He was born in Hammond, Indiana but grew up in Toltec, AZ, meeting many lifelong friends. He was the second of of five children born George W. Anderson and Sandra Dale Miner Anderson. Daniel married the love of his life, Veronica, on October 24, 1998. They shared a memorable life together, raising four beautiful daughters and later blessed with four more babies. All eight of Daniel's children were his pride and joy. His family was his entire world. loving them with all he had. He was such a devoted husband, father, grandpa, son, and brother. Daniel was known as the funn

Ruben V. Beltran

Ruben V. Beltran, 67, passed away March 2, 2020 in Casa Grande. He was 67. Born in Eloy, AZ, Ruben served 25 years faithfully in the US Army. His army tours included the Vietnam War, Operation Just Cause, invasion of Panama, Desert Storm and 9/11. In his post military career, Ruben served as a correction officer for the California Department of Corrections for 21 years. His family describes Ruben as having a gypsy soul who traveled the world throughout his life. Ruben was a food and drink enthusiast that often enjoyed trying new restaurants and sampling cultural foods. In his spare time he enjoyed landscaping his yard and cookouts with his family, while listening to 60s music. More t

Edna Denise Calvin

Edna Denise Calvin, 67, passed away March 1, 2020 at home with family in Casa Grande. She was born on February 4, 1953 in Crockett, Texas to Mary and Otis Williams, who precede her in death. She was a registered nurse for the Yuma Regional Medical Center for 12 years. Her hobbies included bar tending, cooking, and talking *#x#. She is survived by her daughters Camille Louise Calvin, Jahmella D. Calvin, and Jahlyssa M. Calvin and her son Bobby Lee Calvin Jr.; Sister Janice Calvin; 30 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, grandparents Rev. Samuel and Mary Vaughn, and step brother Otis Williams. There will be a Celebration of Life gathering on M

Raymond N. Corona

Raymond R. Corona, 93, was born August 9, 1926 in Williams, AZ and welcomed into heaven March 1, 2020. Raymond was a devoted man of God and loved his church family at Trinity Baptist Church and spent many years greeting people with a smile and a handshake. Raymond is survived by his loving bride of 68 years, Julia Corona and children Dr. Raymond Corona, Lorraine Kuhstoss, Vincent Corona, and Ernie Corona. Raymond was a proud Army veteran, bronze medal recipient , caring teacher in Stanfield and Casa Grande, AZ. Proud grandfather of 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date and a special thank you to Hospice Family Care.

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