Mr. TIMMERMAN, who was 60 years old, had been interested in the mining business in Arizona, and was joined by his wife for the holidays. PETER CHARLES BANKS, 65, of Wickenburg, died June 19. he was born Feb. 14, 1921 in Port Chester, N. Y. arrangements for both were pending Thursday. He has also done graduate work at Arizona State College, Flagstaff, and the University of California at Santa Barbara. He had lived in Arizona for the past seven years. Miami. Dolley was the oldest daughter of 12 children. Visitation will be Thursday, Dec. 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Frey Funeral Home. BOB TROTTER, age 76, died on March 31 in Florence, Colo. He was a former member of the Kansas Masonic Lodge. Survivors include her daughter, Judy A. Garner of Peeples Valley; grandson Timothy LAWLER and wife Kyla of Yarnell; granddaughter: Alisandra LAWLER of Tucson; a great-grandchild, Paige; three sisters, Frieda ROECKER and Linda HIRSCHBOEK, both of West Bend, Wisconsin, and Adela TRIECHEL, also of Wisconsin; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Jean will always be lovingly remembered by all of her family and A son, Douglas TIMMERMAN, went back to Nebraska with his fathers body. He was a member of the American legion, was active in the PTA, and served as a commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Electronic Unit in Wickenburg. officiating. He attended elementary school here and, because Wickenburg at that time had no high school went to Tempe for his secondary education. He was employed with Manheim Auto Auctions. Funeral services were held Monday of this week at the A. L. Moore Memory Chapel in Phoenix, after which the body was taken to Ash Grove for graveside services and burial later Bowman. HARVEY TIBBETS, 67, who had lived at the Del Rio Motel since July 13, 1951, died in Community Hospital early Wednesday morning. Feb. 5, 1997 Survivors include her father her, Martin Penrod of Lakeside; husband Obren of Wickenburg; four brothers and three sisters: daughter and son in-law Cheryll and Dennis Doom of Tempe; son and daughter in-law Obie and Dot Bodiroga of Durango, Colo.; eight grandchildren, Brandon, Carson, Shawna, Melissa, Shelly, Holly, Brian and Chris; and four great-grandchildren, Zachary, Preston, Madison and Dillon. A resident of Wickenburg for the past eight years, Mr. Trimble came here from Boone County, Missouri. Surviving are the widow, Barbara, tow sons, William of Norman, Okla., and Calvin A., Jr., who is a student at Arizona State university, Tempe; the mother, Mrs. William M. Boyle Sr., of Washington, D. C. and two brothers, William Boyle Jr., and Col. Russell Boyle both of Washington, D. C. Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, Arizona Mrs. Trujillo was a devoted homemaker, wife and mother. Mr. Triscati was born in Jamestown, N.Y. At the time of his death he was just on the verge of completing a deal on the Moon Anchor Mine property, the interested party arriving Saturday morning after the fatal accident. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mr. Balcom's name to In-Home Health Hospice, 4600 S. Mill Ave., Tempe AZ 85282-6758 or the Congress Volunteer Fire Department Wickenburg Sun Obituaries (928)684-3185 (fax) Read Wickenburg Sun Obituaries. He grew up in Nebraska, Wyoming and California. BOND, who died in Community Hospital Tuesday morning. October 23, 1996 Town Saddened as TONY BOETTO Dies; Services Thursday March 8, 1945 For Wickenburg Sun community and local news, trust Wickenburg Sun. Tom was a longtime resident of the community, living in Wickenburg since 1953. Feb. 19, 1997 Garden Club, Extension Club, Card Club and St. Martin Catholic Church. Before his retirement in 1935 he was with the People's Gas, Light & Coke Co. of Chicago for 27 years. The Wickenburg Sun Survivors include daughters Monica GOETZ and Joan GRANDINETTI, both of Phoenix; sons Jerry of Phoenix, Harry of Yuma, and Wayne of Aguila; 16 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren. Wednesday night. Survivors include the widow, Nellie; a daughter, Mrs. Ann LARSON of Casper, Wyoming, and his mother, Mrs. Lottie CARROLL of Glendale. He served in the war and was gassed and had been in ill health since that time. Arrangements by Frey-Wickenburg Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or St. Alban's Church. May 7, 2008 P. A14 January 18, 1957, p. 8 The Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, AZ June 19, 1996 grandchildren who felt even more blessed to call her their Grannie. Her happiest times were when she was surrounded by her family and friends. JOAN J. BORCHERT, 93, of Congress, died June 9 in the Wickenburg Nursing Home. View Recent Obituaries for Wickenburg Funeral Home & Crematory. The accident did not happen in the Wickenburg highway patrol district and was investigated by Yavapai County authorities. Search Obituaries. He had lived in Arizona for the past 20 years, coming from Leawood, Kan. Pallbearers were Ted OLEA, Bill STEWART, Keith ATEBLEY, Clarence WAGNER, Bill FRANKLIN and Frank MACIAS. JOHN BOETTO, 83, Here Since 1907, Died Wednesday If any of us can be of any assistance please do not hesitate to e-mail. Funeral services for ANTHONY (TONY) BOETTO, popular teacher in the Wickenburg High School and chief of the Wickenburg Volunteer Fire Department, were conducted at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon in the First Presbyterian Church here.
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