Obituaries

Ryan Robert Hanson

34, born February 7, 1980, gently passed away April 1, 2014. Ryan was an amazing young baseball coach, mentor, and friend to many Tucson area baseball players. Ryan was a loving brother to his sisters, Lauren and Nicole and his brother, Will. He was a loving son to Mike Hanson, Alison Bassoff and Michael Bassoff. A Champion as a player at Sabino High School (1997) and as a coach at Desert Christian High School (2013), Ryan left us doing what he loved, coaching. A Celebration of Ryan's life will be held at the Desert Christian Baseball Field, 9415 East Wrightstown, Tucson, Arizona on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. We will hug; laugh, and cry but most importantly, we will honor Ryan. In lieu of flowers please donate to www.tybaonline.org reference RHANSON Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, Dodge Chapel.
Betty Mae Beck Hart

died on March 7, 2014 after suffering a massive stroke. Betty and her family had lived in Tucson since 1951. She was born on April 1, 1920 in Poncha Springs, CO to Harry J. and Ethel Bond Beck. She graduated from high school in Salida, Co. Betty is survived by her three sons and her daughter-in-law, Floyd R. Hart of Phoenix, Gregory L. Hart and his wife, Evelyn of San Antonio and Bruce Fraser Hart of Tucson. She loved her four grandchildren and their spouses, Jeremy and Kimberly Hart, Craig Hart, Colin Hart and Sara Hart and Susanna Broegler. Betty enjoyed watching her great-grandchildren, Abigail and Dylan grow up. Her sister Margaret Radke lives in Broken Arrow, OK. Betty was proud of her service in the Navy during World War II. She was an SK2C in the Waves. She continued her association with the Waves in the Desert Waves Unit 13 of the Waves National Membership. In 2010 she was thrilled to be able to fly on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. where she visited the World War II Memorial. Betty was also a member of Las Bonitas Chapter, ABWA, and Christ Church United Methodist. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, April 26, 2014, 3:00 p.m. at ADAIR FUNERAL HOME DODGE CHAPEL, 1050 N. Dodge Blvd. In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial contributions be made to the St. Mary's hospice.
Agnes "Aggie"(McCloe) Landel

Aggie, 91, passed peacefully into eternal life on March 12, 2014. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Carl Landel. Long known as a southwestern artist, Aggie began her life in Waldron, Michigan on September 4, 1922. In 1946, Aggie and Carl met in Bryan, Ohio. They soon married and moved to Adrian, Michigan. Aggie worked at a local car dealership while Carl earned his B.A. and M.P.A. When they moved to Pueblo, Colorado in the early 1960's, Aggie began studying design, tailoring and painting. On a visit to Tucson, she met artist Ted DeGrazia who encouraged her to focus on her painting. When Aggie and Carl moved to Tucson in 1967, DeGrazia invited her to show her work in his new "Gallery in the Sun." In 2007, at the age of 85, she was invited back to the "Gallery in the Sun" for a one woman show, "Aggie is Back." Her smile and love of life as well as her gift for making new friends will be deeply missed and remembered by many. Aggie donated her body to the University of Arizona's College of Medicine. Gifts that will live on in her name can be made to Trinity Presbyterian Church "Music Fund." A Celebration of Aggie's life will be held on Sunday, May 18, 2014, 1:00 p.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 400 E. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85705. Arrangements by U OF A ANATOMICAL PROGRAM.
William "Bill" D. (Dewey) Tankesly

William was born on August 8, 1944, and is remembered by his many friends and family as a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, nephew, as well as a good friend and coworker. After he retired in December 1985 from 23 years of military service in the U.S. Army (1SG, Retired), and in August 2012 from 15 years as an Electronics/Electrical/Avionics Technician with Marana Aerospace Solutions, he spent many hours in the gym lifting weights, and walking the Rillito River Walk and the loop around Reid Park with his wife. He was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) on January 23, 2013 and succumbed to this horrible disease at home on March 30, 2014. Many of the plans he and Mary, his wife of 50 years, had were stopped in their tracks because of ALS. He was not resentful of this disease and always said that "God had a plan." He and Mary were married on June 11, 1963, at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They raised three children together and traveled to many places with the U.S. Army. They were always grateful for this time, as they could not have done the things they did as a family otherwise. Tours of military duty included Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Fort Sill, OK; Fort Carson, CO; Fort Lewis, WA, Fort Gordon, GA; and Korea, Vietnam, and Germany, and many temporary duty assignments to these and many other locations, both in the states and overseas. In addition to his wife Mary, William is survived by his daughters, Stephanie A. Christopherson, of Orange County, CA and Laura M. Tankesly, of Phoenix, AZ, and son, William M. Tankesly, of Tucson, AZ. He is also survived by sons-in-law, John Christopherson and Timothy Fyan and daughter-in-law, Tina Deemer and he loved them as his own children. He and Mary were blessed with seven wonderful grandchildren whom he loved deeply: Scott and Sarah Christopherson, Jonathan, Margaret and Gabriel Fyan and Nathan and Hope Tankesly. William attended schools in Mississippi, Washington, and Colorado. He volunteered for the draft with the United States Army on November 14, 1962, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was a loving brother and is survived by James, Ray, Jerry, Terri, Sesters and Marie. He was also a loving brother-in-law to Maurice (Virginia) Ahearn, Laura White and Bernadette (Lloyd J.) Hinshaw. Additionally, he leaves behind many loving nieces and nephews. His parents, William N. Tankesly and Myrtle A. Johnson, predeceased him. The family would like to express sincere thanks to personnel at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ, and to personnel at Carondelet Hospice, especially Gina, our one constant over the course of the year, and Mary Pulda. Mary's proficiency and know-how, along with her compassion and love, which all were so apparent throughout the final days of his life, allowed our family to assist our loving husband and father in the transition from life to death. We also would like to express our thanks to Chaplains Greg and Adam, and Trish and Judy of Carondelet Hospice, and Steve, Tony, Laura, and many more of the personnel at Dependable Medical Equipment. Amy and Valerie of Catalina In-Home Services also assisted us. Monica, Cynthia, and Elliott, three of the Carondelet volunteers, who gave their time and love to "Bill," are also remembered fondly. William was cremated and his family will take his cremated remains to Fort Huachuca, Arizona, sometime in early August, during his birthday week, where he will be afforded full military honors. A Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m., at Saint Frances Cabrini Catholic Church, 3201 E. Presidio Road, Tucson, Arizona. A reception will be held immediately following in Room 5 of the Religious Education Building. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made in William's name to the ALS Association, Arizona Chapter, 360 E. Coronado Road, Suite 140, Phoenix, AZ 85004 or the Paralyzed Veterans of America, 7 Mill Brook Road, P.O. Box 9550, Wilton, NH 03086-9550 or any charity of your choice. Condolences can be made at www.angelvalleyfuneralhome.com Arrangements entrusted to ANGEL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME. 520-327-6341.
Helen St. Germaine

Our Mother Helen St. Germaine went to the Lord on April 17, 2014. She was born in Manhattan, Kansas on January 1919. She moved to Arizona in 1924 at the age of five with her family. She grew up in Eloy, Arizona and is predeceased by her mother and father, Claude and Esta Myers; her husband, Lawrence St. Germaine; her sister, Irene Curiel; brothers, Claude James, Ervin Pete and Robert Myers. She worked for the Myers 5 and Dime in Eloy before moving to Tucson in 1952. She then worked at the Bentz Variety Store until their closing and later worked for the Benjamin Franklin store. She was loved and will be missed by her daughters, Pam (George), Estee (Bob) and stepdaughter, Joyce (Alan) and her grandchildren, Heidi (Doug), Christopher, Sabrina and Bobby. Her beautiful great-grandchildren and all that knew her. Arrangements entrusted to DESERT SUNSET FUNERAL HOME.
Geraldine Miceli "Jerry" Soulliard

age 91 of Tucson, Arizona died April 15, 2014. She is survived by son, Charles Soulliard (Mary); daughters, Mary Wing (Gary) and Karen Sisom (Eddy) and grandchildren, Kelly, Michael and Mandi and two great- grandchildren, Josie and Averi. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Colleen and husband, Charles. She is survived by one brother and six sisters. She resided in Tucson for 30 years working as an RN at several Tucson hospitals before retiring to Globe where she lived 25 years, returning to Tucson the last three years. She was a member and Eucharistic Minister of St Francis de Sales Church, 1375 S. Camino Seco, where Mass will be offered at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Agape Hospice, 2980 N. Swan Rd. #222, Tucson, AZ 85712. Arrangements by EAST LAWN PALMS MORTUARY.
Marilyn Dorothy Reynolds

aged 81, died peacefully on March 24, 2014 at her daughter's home. She was brave and valiant in her struggle to recover after a series of strokes. Marilyn was born March 28, 1932, in Bronx, New York, the daughter of Joseph Brown and Dorothy Knight. Her parents, one son, Michael Shields and her husband of 36 years, Robert Reynolds preceded her in death. Marilyn resided in New Jersey and New York for the first 37 years of her life. She fell in love with the desert and mountains of Tucson so, she decided to stay instead of moving to San Diego. After retirement, she enjoyed escaping the hot summer weather in Tucson by spending summers in Pinetop, AZ. In addition to a successful career in real estate, Marilyn was exceptionally creative. She involved herself in numerous craft activities including owning a ceramic studio. Her artistic abilities were apparent especially in her exquisite use of color and detail. Marilyn's spirituality was evident in her compassion and interest towards others. She was an active volunteer, most notably she volunteered with Inter Faith Community Services providing friendly phone calls to recipients who were homebound. Marilyn is survived by all her family that reside in AZ. Her daughter, Karen Shields (Eric Jenness); her son Michaels' widow, Darleen; grandchildren, Stefanie John (Brian), Angela Payne (Bobby), Melanie Honomichl, Michael Heikes (Nancy) and five great-grandchildren, Lauryn, Tyler, Shane, Trevor and McKenzie. No matter what was happening in Marilyn's life, she chose to make it an enjoyable time for all those around her. Therefore, there will be a Celebration of Life Service for family and friends on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at MARANA MORTUARY, 12146 W. Barnett Rd., Marana, AZ. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be sent in her name to Pima Council on Aging. The family would like to express our sincere thanks for the dedicated care giving services of Erika Badilla. We are forever grateful for the tremendous compassion and emotional support Erika provided to Marilyn and her family.
Christopher Rhodeos

was born May 24, 1946, raised in Tucson, AZ. Passed away on April 16, 2014 in San Diego, CA. A long time resident of San Diego, Chris is survived by his wife Jeri, sons, Chris (Charion), Todd (Angela) and daughter, Tiah (Gary). He was a loving grandfather to Olivia, Gavin, Sophia, Corbin and brother to Edmund and Belinda Rhodeos. Preceded in death by parents Ted Rhodeos, Empress and Jerry Drewett. A private family celebration will be held in San Diego on Sunday, April 20, 2014. We love you and will miss you. Arrangements by TRIDENT SOCIETY.
Judith L. Settlemyre

A Celebration of life will be held Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Pisgah Christian Church, Logansport, Indiana. In memory of Judith L. Settlemyre went home to the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, March 12, 2014 in Jefferson County, MO. She was a Tucson resident from 1970 to 2013. Judy is preceded in death by parents, Wilfred D. and Harriett E. Gordon; brother, Steven Gordon and sister, Edith Holdcraft of MI. She is survived by husband Jon R.; sister, Diana Stout and brother, Tim (Darla) Gordon of Indiana. Judy was a full time homemaker and volunteer at her church. Surviving children, grandchildren, great- grandchildren: Daughter, Jennifer Laurie (Sidney) Beauchamp of NC; son, Shane wife, Sarah (Pharr) Beauchamp children, Faith and Logan of NC; stepdaughter, Shannon Beauchamp husband, David Puuohau, children, Kainoa, Makana and Alex and Cassidy Levin in CA; Daughter, Joyetta Lynn (Bradley) Roberts in MO; son, Christoffer Roberts fiancée Jackie Bladdick, son, Spencer and stepson, Aiden; son, Benjamin Roberts wife, Julie (Burnett) children, Gracie and twins, Beau and Lucy in IL; son, Daniel Roberts wife, Nicole Camarata in Washington, DC; Son, Jay Gordon Settlemyre in FL. For more information contact Jennifer at 704-975-5633 EST.
Lucy Profita

74, passed peacefully on April 17, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Mario; children, Joe (Rosalie), Frank (Susanne) Marisa and numerous family and friends. A 6:00 p.m. Viewing will be held on Monday, April 21, 2014 with a 7:00 p.m. Rosary at EAST LAWN MORTUARY. A 10:00 a.m. Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at St. Francis de Sales Parish with a graveside to follow at East Lawn Cemetery. She gave everybody the ultimate example how to love and truly enjoy life.
Christine I. Macunovich

Loving mother and grandmother died peacefully on April 10, 2014. Born in Weakley, TN, on December 5, 1916, she was preceded in death by husband, Nicholas. Mom was a shining example of kindness, generosity, and gratitude. Her delicious meals brought joy to family, friends, and neighbors in happy times and comfort in sad times. Mom will be missed by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by daughters, Myrna (Bill) Rademacher, Karen (Bob) Cione, and Lizzie (Cal) Fuller and many adoring grandchildren and great-grandchildren. There will be a Celebration of her Life at Villa Hermosa on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. We thank Dr. Frederick Van Hook, Villa Hermosa, and TMC Hospice for caring for Mom with warmth, respect, and dignity. In lieu of donations, she would ask that you honor her by doing something kind for someone in need.
Delia Marie Price

Born August 2, 1935 to Ernesto and Isabel Gauna, passed away peacefully April 15, 2014. Survived by her children, Arthur, Phillip (Rhonda), David, Michele (Jason) and Gregory; grandchildren, Andy, Chris, Antoinette, Phoenix, Jason and Matthew; three great-grandchildren, four brothers and four sisters. She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Delia had a deep love for children and lived it by having an in home daycare. She had a great way of doing things her own way. She will be greatly missed. A Memorial Rosary and Mass will be at St. Ambrose Church, 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 23, 2014. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the St. Ambrose PreK Scholarship fund. We love you mom! Arrangements by HUDGELS SWAN FUNERAL HOME.
Willis Brown Tolley

1/18/1926 - 2/22/2014


Willis was a fun loving man whose wicked humor and kind heart won him legions of friends who will miss him. Member of THS'44, UofA'50. Academic achievements: MS chemistry, MS metallurgy; honoraries Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma Xi. He was a devoted member of Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity. He worked as a research scientist at Hanford atomic facility and at Hughes/Raytheon where he retired as a chief scientist. Willis excelled in many sports and was twice state AAU champion wrestler. His basketball team played the Harlem Globetrotters. They lost. Willis liked travel, boating, scuba, bridge, racquetball and tequila with Squirt. Surviving are his loving wife, Patricia; children, Ruth (Richard) Wade and Willis (Mary Lynn); brother, James (Patricia); grandchildren, Brett, Matthew and Steffanie Tolley; niece, Joan (Glenn) McKee; nephews, John (Michelle) and Daniel L. Tolley and great-nieces, Meghan, Greer, Carolyn McKee and Chrissie Tolley; grandnephews, Heraclio and Florencio Tolley. Predeceased by parents and son, David. Services at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, April 26, 2014 at St. Michael Episcopal Church, 602 N. Wilmot. Arrangements by HUDGEL'S SWAN FUNERAL HOME.
John Monroe Griffing, Sr.

8/4/1920 - 5/11/2013


-From the doorstep of the Florida Children's Home to the Gates of Heaven- John Cade Monroe was born in Jacksonville, FL, and soon adopted by FCH chairman of the board William Griffing and his wife, Edith. John attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago where he met Edith Reiter. They married December 15, 1946, in Mt. Clemens, MI, and were married 65 years until Edith's death. The family moved to Tucson in 1972, where he later retired from Hughes Aircraft. He spent the last seven years of his life near family in Wichita Falls, TX. John is survived by five children, John, Jr., Mary Carless (Dave), Ruth Ottmann (Dan), Lois Carless (Dan), and Anna Butler (Barry), chosen 5th "daughter" Cathy Blake (Marlin), 20 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. John shared his love for the Lord Jesus Christ throughout his life with his family as well as those he met, taught, and worked with. His sense of humor was well known and endured to the end. He was interred at South Lawn Cemetery.
Blanca Julia Valencia de Felix

90, was the 9th of 11 children, born in Bacerac, Sonora, Mexico on May 31, 1923 passed away April 13, 2014. She was married for 65 years to Edward William Felix, who passed away in 2008. They moved to Tucson in 1983 and lived at El Dorado Estates. She is survived by her six children, Norma, Ernest, Martha, Linda, Suzette, and Billy, as well as 19 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was an excellent cook and gardener, a wonderful hostess, and had many friends who enjoyed her witty and outgoing personality. She loved home-making and decorating. She belonged to a charitable organization in Mexico that raised funds for a nursing care facility for elderly people with disabilities and limited resources. She was very active up until three months before her death. A Funeral Mass will be Celebrated at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, with Msgr. Thomas Cahalane officiating on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, her wish is that donations be made to the Asilo de Ancianos in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. Arrangements by ANGEL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME.
Michael W. Zakis DTM,

66, died Saturday, April 12, 2014. He was born in Chicago, IL, to the late Edward and Elsie Zakis. Married to Carol Zakis February 9, 1974. Mike was the owner of Higher Vistas LLC, a life coach, public speaker, mentor and an avid member of Toastmasters for many years. He was also a passionate supporter of the youth in Tucson, with the Upward Bound Program and Youth Leadership at Desert View High School. He was an Air Force veteran and Viet Nam Vet. Mike is survived by his wife, Carol; brother, Robert (Janice) Zakis; sister, Patricia Snell; brother, Edward (Mona) Wollard. He is preceded in death by brother, Stephen Zakis. No services are scheduled at this time. A Celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to the charity of your choice. For additional information, please visit bringfuneralhome.com
Joseph K. Shields

7/18/1975 - 4/22/2006


More than a memory, you still make us laugh and cry -Love you Joe! Family and Friends.
Rosita Duarte-Piña

On March 14, 2014, Rosita passed away in her sleep, at home and with her family. Born in Bad Kreuznach, Germany, she spent most of her life in Tucson, where she worked for more than 25 years as a civil engineer designer. Rosita was a very loving person, always ready to help and care for everyone, especially children, who trusted her instinctively. She had a knack for getting people to work together and pool resources. She was a devoted daughter, a doting mother and a loving wife. She is survived by her mother, Gerlinde Duarte; siblings, Monika and Frank; daughter, Michelle and husband, Rene Piña. Her Memorial Service will be held at 10:45 a.m., Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 1800 S. Kolb Road. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel.
Fred W. Enke

December 15, 1924 - April 13, 2014


Fred W. Enke passed away on Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014, in his family home in Casa Grande surrounded by his loving wife, Marjorie, and his four children, Debbie, Diana, Denise and Freddie. He was 89 years old. Fred W. Enke was born in Louisville, Kentucky December 15, 1924. His parents were the legendary Fred A. Enke, of University of Arizona basketball fame, and Ollie Charlene Enke. Enke attended Tucson High School and was selected Arizona High School Football Player of the Year in 1942. He helped the Badgers to state championships in football, basketball, and baseball before graduating from THS in 1943. After high school, he entered the Navy as a WWII Naval Aviator, 1943-1946. In 1946 he entered the University of Arizona where he lettered in three sports: basketball, baseball, and football, and became one of U of A's greatest athletes. He lettered two years in football under Coach J.F. "Pop" McKale, three years in basketball under his father, and another three years under Pop McKale in baseball. In 1947 he was All-American and All-Border Conference Quarterback. Fred set a U of A record leading the NCAA in total offense as the Wild Cats' quarterback with 1,941 total yards. In 1948 he captained both the U of A baseball and basketball championship teams. After his successful college athletic career, Enke went to play in the NFL for seven years. He played quarterback for the Detroit Lions for four years, the Philadelphia Eagles for one year, and the Baltimore Colts for two years before a shoulder separation ended his NFL career in 1954. He was the first Arizonan to start as a quarterback for the NFL. During the off-seasons, Fred completed his Bachelor degree in Education and earned a Masters degree in Administrative Education. In 1952, he married his wife of 62 years, Marjorie, a former flight attendant for American Airlines. When Enke retired from football, he became a cotton farmer in Maricopa. Smith-Enke Road in Maricopa is named after Fred and his good friend, John Smith. The Enke farm is now the U of A Maricopa Agricultural Center; a 2,100-acre research farm within The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. Fred was a leader in the cotton industry, serving as chairman of the Arizona Cotton Growers Research Committee, Director of Calcot Inc., and a delegate to the National Cotton Council. He was also named "Man of the Year" in Arizona agriculture. In 1976, Enke was inducted into the first class of the U of A Sports Hall of Fame. Enke's name is also on display at the "Ring of Honor" at the U of A Football Stadium. Enke was also very accomplished in tennis, becoming the #1 ranked, age group tennis player in the Southwest Region. He continued his sports tradition by building a tennis court at his home in CG and the entire family was involved for 39 years in the Sedona Family tennis tournament. As successful as Enke was in both sports and career, he always thought his greatest accomplishment was his family, "having a family is the greatest thing a person can have". Fred and his wife, Marjorie, spent much of their time watching their children's sporting events and continued in the later years watching their grandchildren's events as well. Mr. Enke is survived by his wife, Marjorie J. Enke, of 62 years; his three daughters, Debbie (Jeff) Gundry, Diana (Jack) Keller, and Denise Latimer and his son, Freddie W. Enke Jr. He is also survived by his eight grandchildren, Bryce (Tonya) Gundry, Eric (Brenda) Gundry, Bret (Day) Keller, Todd Keller, Carly (Jacob) Gibbs, Greg Keller, Dustin Latimer, and Shani (Tom) Boesen; as well as by his ten great-grandchildren, Payton and Liam Gundry, Kacie, Kennedy and Howey Keller, Cade and Mackenzie Keller, Colton Misheski and Addison Gibbs, and Life Latimer. The Celebration of Life for Fred will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 702 E. Cottonwood Lane, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. The reception will be held at the church and will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the University of Arizona Athletic Department and/or the First Presbyterian Church in Casa Grande in Fred's honor. Arrangements by J. WARREN FUNERAL SERVICES.
Jesus E. Chavira

beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, husband, and brother passed away on April, 11 2014 at the age of 77. Survived by his children, Soledad Plummer, Gerardo J. Chavira, Marcos B. Chavira, and Alejandro E. Chavira; his sister, Monica Chavira; his 11 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Tuesday, April, 22, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at CARRILLO'S TUCSON MORTUARY (North Chapel). The Rosary will be recited at 7:00 p.m. Mass will be offered Wednesday, April, 23, 2014, 10:00 a.m. at St. John' Church. Interment to follow at Holy Hope Cemetery. Family and friends may express their condolences by visiting www.carrillostucsonmortuary.com
Brian K. Bleckrie

Born July 2, 1960, passed from this Earth, April 15, 2014. Predeceased by brother, Keith; mother, Pat and father, Dean. Survived by sister, DeAnna; best friend, Xavier and his dog, Pony. May he rest in peace. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL. bringfuneralhome.com
BROWN, Joan Elizabeth, 82 years old. Passed away April 16, 2014. Funeral Services will be Monday, April 21, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at VISTOSO FUNERAL HOME, Oro Valley. A visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. until the time of services. To view the full obituary or to sign the online guestbook visit www.VistosoFH.com or call 544-2285 for information.
William G. Beltran

Born on July 7, 1932, passed away on March 25, 2014. Beloved father, grandfather, and friend is survived by daughter, Debbie Beltran; aunts, Armanda Bernal and Josefina Duarte and grandchildren, Maria Elena Beltran Sandoval, Dorina Beltran and Michael Beltran. A Memorial Mass will be held in his honor on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine Cathedral.

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