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Paulette Marie "Polly" Camfield. Polly moved to Arizona when she was three, attended Carl Hayden High School and married the love of her life, Wesley Camfield, on September 16th, They lived and raised their two children in Phoenix, Arizona. Above all else, she cherished the gathering of family and friends and was always the heart of the family, and the life of the party. Polly was dearly loved by all who knew her and will be forever missed. We all have comfort in knowing that we have gained a guardian angel!
She is survived by her husband, Wesley, and children, Dina, Darin, and son-in-law, Andy. She was blessed with three granddaughters: Chimene, Ashley and Amber, and four great-grandchildren: Madison, Jonathan, Lillian and Kaitlyn. Please click on the button below to send flowers to the surviving family and friends.
Daniel Gilbert "Coach" Baker. His family moved to Arizona while he was a young boy. He attended Alhambra High school excelling at wrestling. He was proud of his many students that would go onto many state wrestling tournaments. His other love was being a cowboy, riding his horses Penny and Buck, who at 30 has survived Dan. Dan married Cathy La Salvia, the love of his life, in Dan loved helping Cathy run a horse boarding facility and raising Reg. Milking Shorthorns. He is also survived by his closest friend, Abe Gonzalez. The two of them were survivors of Vietnam.
Between the two of them there was an unbreakable bond that would last a lifetime. And not to be forgotten, his two beloved boxers, Pacho and Josie. Dobbins Rd, Laveen, AZ. Laveen- 73, went home to be with the Lord on June 17, Cirilo was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. His life was his family, especially his grandchildren. He worked his entire life to provide for his family. He was caring and always willing to lend a hand when you needed it. Cirilo was preceded in death by his wife, Linda Becerra and his son, Alejandro Becerra.
He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed. Laurie Jean Reed. Laurie was a kind and gentle soul. She loved teddy bears and the color blue…both were a key part of her life. Her passion was creating beautiful quilting pieces. Her unique ability to take a simple piece of cloth and transform it into a beautiful piece of artwork was phenomenal. Laurie won ribbons at the state fair and praise from her friends and family.
If it could be created by hand and heart, Laurie would put her imagination to work and make it a unique craft piece. Give her a piece of cloth, plastic, paper, bead, button or teddy bear charm and it would become a work of art! A talent Laurie kept hidden was that she was also an amazing artist, creating sketches and small paintings.
These were skills she perfected in her youth but took a back seat to her real love…crafting. She loved being home, crafting and enjoyed lunching with friends and watching reruns of her old-time favorites like Gun Smoke, Dick Van Dyke Show and others. She will forever be in our hearts. Jaunita Elvira Holguin. Juanita married her childhood sweetheart, Gilbert Holguin, in They lived and raised four children in Laveen, AZ. She also loved spending time with her family and was an extensive traveler. We take comfort in knowing that she has been reunited with her beloved husband, her parents and her siblings.
She was much loved by all and will be greatly missed. Lilly , Anthony Holguin, and Vivian Holguin. She also leaves behind three sisters, one brother, and many nieces and nephews. A Committal Service will immediately follow at St. Due to Covid, the church encourages everyone to wear a mask and practice social distancing. Robert Anthony Garcia a. Chandler- 41, passed away suddenly on May 29, Jose Luis "Joey" Hernandez. Phoenix- 23, born July 10, , passed away on May 14, Robert Allen "Bob" Krueger.
Bob was born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on February 20, Bob and Paula had two children, Tanya and Chris, and just celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary. Bob was a jack of all trades and a master of all. Bob started working as a machinist in high school.
After this, he started working in the plating industry, working for Tri-star, Metco, Southwest metal Finishing, and Chem Research. At all of these jobs, Bob did plumbing, electrical work, machining parts, building powder coating lines, upholstery work, repairing cranes all over the country, welding, maintaining chemical tanks, etc…. In his spare time, Bob did everything; all of his own car maintenance, plumbing, electrical, roofing, drywall, kitchen remodeling, gardening, cooking, sewing, hunting, fishing, camping, grilling, etc… He dearly loved his wife, kids, and grandkids, and enjoyed spending time with them.
Bob had the biggest heart and a deep faith in God. He loved doing things for others, fixing things, and giving gifts, and through all things he encouraged us to have faith in God. He was always reminding us that God is handling things and not to worry, and this is the faith that we hold on to today.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend. A light lunch will follow the service. Jacqueline "Jackie" Howard. Laveen- 56, born on September 14, , passed away on May 16, Jackie is survived by her husband, Steven Howard; daughters, Susan and Erlinda Valenzuela; and 6 grandchildren. She was loved by her grandchildren and her two daughters, Erlinda and Susan. Services will be held privately. Larry Jerome Tullis, Sr. Larry was born September 12, in Cuthbert, GA. After moving back to PA for some time, he spent his remaining years in Laveen, Arizona. He is also survived by a host of other family and friends that will miss him dearly!
Larry will be remembered for his love of cooking, his gift of story telling and his ability to connect with anyone who crossed his path! Those who knew him would agree that he lived life to the fullest and without regret. Our Love for him will live on forever! Rock "Rocko" Alvidrez. Rocky had to learn from an early age what it meant to be a hard worker while proudly saying he retired from the City of Phoenix Water Distribution Services after 32 years. Not only did he have a great work ethic, but he also knew how to enjoy life and lived it the way he wanted to.
Anyone who was blessed with Rocky's presence always knew they would walk away with a laugh from one of his many stories or jokes. Besides enjoying his life, he was a die hard Green Bay Packers fan so on any game day you could always catch him watching his favorite team. John G. John secretly ed in the army at the age of 16, but was discharged for being too young to serve. He worked on concrete and masonry for the next 30 years. One of his most notable contributions was his work on the pools at the Phoenician resort.
He retired in after a skydiving incident. The same year, he met the the love of his life Irene by asking her to dance, and after a few years of courtship he finally won her over; they were nearly inseparable for the next 22 years of their lives. He was an avid outdoorsman and all-around handyman. He will be remembered for his outstanding sense of humor, never ending love of music, and enormous smile. The following services will be offered to honor his life Monday May 10th, beginning at 10 a.
Joseph Sandoval "Joey" Aguilar. Phoenix- 50, born on November 20, , went home to be with the Lord on April 11, Joseph is preceded in death by his parents, Luis and Connie Aguilar. He is survived by his siblings, Arlene, Louis, and Darlene Aguilar, and many nieces and nephews. On Friday, April 9, , Ramona Nava, loving wife and mother of four children, passed away at the age of Ramona worked all her life and wore many hats.
On October 12, , she married the love of her life, Jose Nava. Her family was her passion. Ramona was an avid collector of stuffed panda bears. She loved plants and flowers, her many pets, the scent of lavender and the color purple. Her home at the base of South Mountain was her pride and joy. Ramona was preceded in death by both parents, two sisters, Lucy and Micky, and two brothers, Tony-Babe and Mariano. She is survived by her husband and her four children as well as several sisters and brothers. Brent William Blaisdell. Brent was born on December 11, He held many jobs over the span of his life, but he was most proud of his time in the police force, being a private detective, his partnership in the Jacksonville Saloon and helping his good friend run his movie theater.
He also told many stories about his time spent working at the ranch in the Sierras during his youth. Brent had many hobbies and passions, which included woodworking, golfing, sailing, gardening, guns, and working on cars. Brent was preceded in death by his father, Richard, and his mother, Evelyn. He is survived by his wife, Laurel, his sister, Betsy, and his two daughters, Jennifer and Rachel, as well as seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Toni Renea Johnson. She is preceded in death by her parents, Anthony and Wendolyn Johnson; and her brother, Dexter Johnson. Jesus M. Castillo passed away Saturday, April 3, in the presence of his loving family. Upon completion of his time spent in the military, he continued his career with The State of Arizona in the Department of Transportation, and retired after 25 years of service. Jesus called South Phoenix his home.
There he created a legacy of love, family, hardwork, and dedication. Jesus was blessed with five grandchildren, and was even able to be a part of his four great-grandchildrens lives. This was always so special for him. Also special to him were moments shared with his beloved siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins. A man of many talents from his passion of gardening, smooth dance moves, and lover of nature, especially the tallest of mountain tops which he loved to climb. Our cowboy will continue his eternal adventure into the beautiful sunset.Married but looking in Hayden AZ
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