April, 29, 1954 - March, 28, 2021 Larry Hall from Eloy, passed away on 03, 28, 2021, he was born in Granite City Il., and moved to East St. Lois. He joined the Army & was a Vietnam Vet After the service he moved to Arizona where he has resided until his death. He worked as an electrician supervisor until retirement. He is survived by his son: Jeron Lamont Leroy, sisters: Karen Marie Bramlett, brother John Marcus Hall & Carl Lamont Hall, and many nieces and nephews. He is pre
Jan. 15,1959. - March, 20, 2021 Violet Valles, 62, of Arizona City died on March 20, 2021 in Mesa. Violet Valles was born on Jan. 15, 1959. She loved spending time with her family and friends and spoiling her grandkids. She had a big heart nd would lend a hand to any of her friends and family members when needed. Survivors include her husband, Frank Ybarra: two adult children, Alex and Martin Rodriguez, five stepchildren: Pearl Menken, Alicia Molinar, Angelica Lopez, Lupita
Page Nowassa Sparkman
May, 16, 1942 - March, 25, 2021 On March 25, 2021 Page Sparkman, love of Max's life died in Casa Grade, Az. Page was a strong woman who despite long coping with COPD7 heart problems had overcame cancer three times in her life. Ultimately, Page passed peacefully in her sleep. As a Christian, we know she has gone to be with God. Page was born in May 1942 as page Nowassa Gardner, in Santa Rosa, NM. She was preceded in death by her father Paul Gardner, mother Joyce Tosh Gardner,
June, 2, 1947- March 21, 2021 David Gaytan 73, from Casa Grande, passed away at Banner Medical Center. David was a retired Truck Driver. He was the son of a War Veteran, he liked to be home and barbeque while listening to Mexican music, He was a fan of D Backs and the Cardinals. He loved his motorcycle. He was truly loved, and will be missed but not forgotten. David was survived by his children: David Jr. Esteban, James and Ermilio. 10 Grandchildren, and 5 Great Grandchil
Shirley A. (Schaar) Jorgenson, 82 of Coolidge, AZ- Wife of Richard (Dick) Jorgenson, passed away March 16th, 2021 at her home surrounded by her family and friends. Born June 25, 1938 to Melvin and Violet Schaar in Farmington, Wisconsin. She married Richard Jorgenson in April 1057 and moved to Arizona in 1958 where she became a beloved member of the community, and raised two children: Tom and Pam. She was a lay-up operator at Champion Products and Parson Textile plants for man
Francisco "Kiko" Valadez
April, 10, 1954 - March, 14, 2021 Francisco Valadez 67, from Eloy passed away on March 14. Francisco was born in Juarez, Mexico. He had a love for music, he played mariachi for St Helen's Catholic Church. He loved to dance and sing, he. He was "El Mariachi" Francisco was a loving Daddy and Tata and brother. He loved telling stories about growing up in Juarez. He is survived by his wife, Ana Maria Valadez, father: Francisco Valadez, his children: Lilia, Norberta, Maria Conc
Katherine Lee (Sykes) O'Banion
May, 17, 1925- March, 09, 2021 Katherine Lee Sykes O'Banion, 95, passed away in Casa Grande, Az. Katherine, was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, she lived in several states throughout her life. Loving the new adventures with each move. She was a hard worker and was never afraid to take on new challenges, she picked the name GG for all her great grandchildren to call her which she got a kick out of when they did call her that. She loved all of her family and would do anything for
Randy Martin Vidal Sr.
Aug. 22, 1966 - Mar. 10, 2021 Randy Martin Vidal 54 years old passed away at Banner Casa Grande Hospital. Randy worked hard as a Behavior Health Therapist, he had great love for his family and friends. He took great pride in helping raise his nephew Adam Pina. He liked searching for collectable items, loved going on vacations, gun shows, listening to music and he loved to sing. He is survived by his parents: Mary Lou Pina and Seferino Pina, children: Randy Vidal Jr. Sisters:
Richard Stevan Abeyta
June, 02, 1948- March, 06. 2021 Richard Stevan Abeyta age 72 from Casa Grande passed away. Steve was a simple man who loved and supported his grandkids/great grandkids, spending time with family while camping and fishing. He was dedicated to his family. He was a hard worker, who was not selfish with his time or money. He taught many life lessons to his sons-in-laws, with his contagious work ethic. As a brother, his love was never ending, always there, when we needed a shoulde
Joseph A. Houle, M.D.
Nov. 03, 1928- Mar. 06, 2021 Joseph Adrian Houle, 92 passed away on March 06, at home. Joseph was a retire Orthopedic Surgeon and Ostrich rancher, loved carving and decorating ostrich egg shells, and wood working. Above all, he loved his family. Survived by his wife, Marjorie Houle, children: Virginia Sajourner, Ludmilla Summers, Valery McGillivray, Diana Houle, Lorraine Stinn, Doreen McBride, Louis Houle. Sisters: Annette Schauermann, Valentine Moquin, Jeanine Sturges. 17