Sothea Mey, 54, passed away May 26, 2020 in Casa Grande. He was born March 9, 1966 in Battambang, Cambodia. He loved the outdoors, fishing, and playing soccer. He had a passion for singing karoake. He is survived by his father So Mang; his daughter Linda Keo; stepchild Sakrin Keo and 2 grandchildren. No services are planned.
Robert Cisneroz "Babalu" Imperial, 68, passed away May 25, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. Bobby was born in Phoenix on May 10, 1952. Bobby lived in Casa Grande for 16 years. He worked in construction and fence building for most of his life. He loved to meet friends at the bar. He loved the outdoors including racing, fishing,and camping. He LOVED music. He played it everywhere. He was a wonderful dancer. He enjoyed rebuilding old, classic cars. He would always
Joyce Arias, 68, passed away May 15, 2020 in Maricopa. She was born April 26, 1952. Joyce worked for Galveston Elementary School in Chandler for 18 years as the crossing guard, lunch lady, and whatever else they needed her to do. She would hug the kids because she knew they needed hugs. She loved cooking, raising her grand kids and her shows. She was the kindest, most loving person. She loved everyone she met. She was an angel on earth and she is an angel in Heaven now.
Betty Sue Hornbeck, 81, passed away on May 9, 2020 at home in Casa Grande. She was born on January 16, 1939. Betty worked for the Casa Grande School District for 20 years and enjoyed being around her family. She loved to spend time sitting outside having coffee with her husband Richard. She loved having family near her and eating dinner together. Betty is survived by her husband Richard Arlen Hornbeck; daughters Vickie Adams and Tammie Nash both of Casa Grande; sons Ricky
Miguel L. "Chino" Monreal, 53, passed away May 3, 2020 in Tucson. He was born January 23, 1967 in Casa Grande. He is survived by his mother Manuela Monreal; son Miguel Sergio Monreal Jr.; sisters Vickie Guanajuato, Magda Monreal, Mercy Monreal, and Contessa Monreal. He is preceded in death by his father Manuel Monreal and 2 brothers Martin and Pepe Monreal. Our beloved Chino was a hard working man who loved his line of work. Every where he went he made a friend. He easil
C. Frank Corralez was born September 24, 1950 to Francisco and Consuelo Corralez in Anthony, Texas. He was the fifth of six children. After serving in the U.S. Army, Frank received his Bachelor's degree, teaching credential, and Masters of Arts degree in Educational Administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills. In 1975, Frank met and married Lauren Neal in Los Angeles, California. And they were happily married married for 45 years. To this union two chi