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J. a B7 The Salt Lake Tribune OBITUARIES Sunday, August 18, 2002 Shirley Ann Searcy BOUNTIFUL- Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and greatgrandmother returned to her Heavenly Father's arms August 16, 2002 at 9:25 c.In. Shirley Ann Searcy was born. July 23, 1937 to Worley and Sarah Brown in Lindon, VA. She began school in Inman, VA and later finished in Imboden.

Shirley and her family moved to idaho when she was 17. She married Leland S. Benson in 1955. They later, divorced. Shirley managed a women's rehabilitation center in Idaho Falis for several years, a credit to her love and compassion for those who needed help.

She married Kenneth Lamar Searcy April 18, 1975. They soon moved to Bountiful, UT. Shirley was a homemaker who loved her children dearly. She loved TO spend time crocheting and knitting. She enjoyed planting vegetables and roses and was the best cook in the world.

She also loved canning and bargain shopping. She also loved her three dogs Pepe, Gidget and Max. possibly as much as her children. She spent every morning praying and reading her Bible. Her favorite Bible verse is the 23rd Psalm.

She has been and always will be there for her chitdren. It is impossible to know the many lives she has touched through her love and friendship. We long for the day that we are reunited. Shiriey is survived by her loving husband, Kenneth; first husband, Leland; children, Clifford and wife LaDawn, Teresa, Sara, David; grandchildren, Jamie, Jeff, Joe, Mary Elizabeth, Joal, Neisha; great-granddaughter Krysta, and two on the way; sisters, Bertha, Jean, Leva, Sandy; brothers, Robert, Jimmie; and precious dog, Max. Her parents; brother, Junior; sister, Gladys and sweet dogs, Pepe and Gidget, preceded her in death.

The family would like to thank all the doctors and staff at the LDS hospital and the IHC Hospice service, and all the wonderful friends, neighbors, and relatives for their loving care and compassion for Shirley. Services will be 11 a.m. Wed. Aug 21, 2002. Lindquist's Bountiful Mortuary, 727 N.

400 where friends may call Tues. Aug 20, 6-8 p.m. and Wed. a.m. prior to services.

interment, Bountiful City Cemetery. 2224 S. 200 W. Email condolences to: Onelia Jakubisin Clyde Onelia Griffin Jakubisin, 79, passed away peacefully at St. Marks Hospital August 15, 2002.

She died from complications incident to a recent severe stroke. Onelia was born to Arthur and Ruby Griffin in Tyronza, AR May 27, 1923. She married Leonard George Jakubisin Feb 19, 1944 in Los Angeles, CA. Onelia and her "Ole Honey" of over 58 years loved playing cards, workligsaw puzzles and visiting with grandchildren. Onelia was a devoted wife and a loving mother.

She was a member of the Catholic faith. She is survived by her husband; four children, Leonard (Sharon), Covina, CA. Anthony, Teresa Wesemann (Roger Brown), James, Salt Lake; four sisters, Bobbie St. Jeor, Sylvia Packer, Ardie Jarvis (Burt), Barbara Lee Martinez (husband); one brother, Alan Dale Griffin (Jan); stepmother, Louise Griffin; one brother-in-law, Richard Jakubisin, Marion, OH; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Viewing 10-11 a.m.

Mon. Aug 19, Neil O'Donnell Mortuary, 372 E. 100 Sait Lake City. Graveside services immediately following the viewing at Elysian Gardens, 1075 E. 4580 Salt Lake City.

Louise "Billie" Volberg mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away peacefully in her home after a valiant battle with cancer. Billie loved to travel, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Wendover, The Price Is Christ- Right, Catalog Shopping, her family, mas, good wine, Dove Chocolates, crossword puzzles, Great Danes, chocolate Creamies, good food and close friends. Billie is survived by her husband and friend of 35 years, Bud Volberg; her son, Michael Kempner; daughter. Lori Candilora; daughter-in-law, Candilora, Michele Kempner; son-in-law, Kim both of whom she loved as much as her own children. Seven grandsons: Toby Candilora, Charly Candilore, Brody Candiiora.

Cariton Candilora, Chase Kempner, Micheal Kempner 11, and Kim Candilora Il. Two "Adopted" granddaughters: Jaime Lee and "Baby" Nicole "Coco" Houskeeper. Her Nui, sisters: Emily "Tiny Manseau, Nancy Seltzer and Linda Green, and too many to name friends and relotives. Whatever you called her, Louise, Billie, Ma Billie, Guy, Pixie, Grandma. Ma or Mother, anybody that knew her was immediately touched by her enchanting personality and love of life.

She was a strong influence on the lives of her family, and her children and grandchildren are living tributes to her spirit and guidance. Billie wanted everyone that knew her, to celebrate her life and remember the great times we spent together and not mourn her passing. We all loved her deeply and will be better people for the time we had together. She will be sorely missed and never forgotten. The family would like to thank the INC Hospice team for their compassion and help through a very difficult time.

Graveside service will be held Tuesday, August 20, 2.00 p.m.. at 10055 Lake Hills Memorial Cemetery, South State Street, where friends and family may call one hour prior to the service. Louise "Billie' Volberg, wife, Savilla Rohwer Hunsaker Hunsaker BRIGHAM CITY- Savilla Rohwer Hunsaker, 94, our precious, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away Wednesday. August 14, 2002 at her home, with family by her side. She was born May 6, 1908 in Brigham City a daughter of Martin Valentine and Amelia Freeze Rohwer.

Savilia married James Tyrell Hunsaker on April 29, 1937 in the Logan Temple. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in which she held many positions. Her love was being the organist for Primary for many years. She was a 4-H Leader for the cement plant club, and a member of the Utah Daughters of Pioneers. Surviving are her children: Lawrence Hunsaker, West Jordan City, UT; Fred R.

(Sharon) Hunsaker, Logan, UT: lone (Dallas) Higley, Brigham City, UT; eight grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, grandson, Daniel Dallas Higley and four sisters. Funeral services will be Monday, August 19, 2002 at 12 Noon at the River Ward Chapel, 523 N. 100 W. Brigham City, Utah.

Friends may call Sunday from 6:00 to 8:00 100 p.m. at Myers Mortuary. 205 S. Brigham City, UT and at the church Monday 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery.

family wishes to express their sincere thanks to those many family members and friends who helped grandma to remain in her home to the end. Grandma Honey, we love you, Thank You for the best years of our lives! Send condolences to Merrill T. Smith "Bud" Merrill T. Smith passed away peacefully. August 14, 2002 surrounded by family after a two year courageous battle with cancer.

Born June 23, 1919 to Clifford and Irma Reeve Smith. Married Beth Sheriff, later divorced. Married Bernice Setterberg. Bud served in the armed forces during World War Il, retired from Cummins Diesel, was a Boy Scout Leader for many years and active in the Good Sam Club. He was a volunteer at the Heritage Sr.

Citizen Center. Survivors: wife, daughter, Susan (Michael) Smith, step children, Sharon Larson (Sid) Brownlee, Bonnie Larson Young, Roger Larson, Cory (Michelle) Setterberg, six grandchildren, 10 step grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, eight step great-grandchildren, brother, Donn Smith. He was preceded in death by a son David. Special thanks for the love and devotion he was given by caretakers, David and Stacy Godfrey and the many nurses who also helped in his care. Graveside services will be held Monday August 19, 2002, 12:00 noon at the Valley View Memorial Park, 4335 West 4100 South.

Friends may call at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State St. Monday 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Lowell Edgar Johnson Dad's gone to play the back nine now. An arterial aneurysm on August 3rd let us know he was getting ready to tee-off. We escorted him to the final fairway last Thursday afternoon.

Dad was in fine form; even at age 88. He'd walked over a mile the day of his attack and was preparing to grill us hamburgers when his artery burst. We're gonna miss him a lot. Dad was born in Burton, ID and moved to Salt Lake with his family when he was a kid. He married Emily Galpin in 1936.

They just celebrated their 66th anniversary. During World War I1, Dad was working in the Ship Yards in San Francisco when their first son, Dennis Lowell, was born. Their second son, Ronald Ken, arrived when they returned to Salt Lake. After refiring from Lennox Industries in 1979, Dad helped both his boys with their respective businesses, Utah Package Xpress and Signs Such. He was blessed with two grandchildren, Spencer and Dence.

Three brothers precede him in death, Ken, Chet, and Ray. He's survived by his wife; sons; grandkids; sisters, Mary, Phyllis; and beloved daugnter-in-law, Mary Gleed Johnson. Services will be Mon. 11a.m., Mountain View Memorial Estates, 3115 E. 7800 S.

(Bengal Dr). A viewing will be held at the same location Sun. 6-8 p.m. and an hour prior to services Mon. morning.

So long Dad see ya in the Clubhouse! Deibert Percival Delbert Percival, born July 26, 1956, was reunited with his father, Leonard Percival, and mother Lena Topham Percival, on the morning of August 14, 2002. Delbert will be deeply missed by all who knew him. He is survived four sons, Chance, Bryan, Cameron, Santana; stepdaughters, Jennie, Loraine; two brothers, Durwin (Mary Ann), Virgil (Janet); two sisters, Darlene, Sharlene; and large extended family. A small graveside service will be held in honor of Deibert Wed. Aug 21, 2002, 1.

p.m., Sandy City Ceretery, 9056 Delbert, you will be missed. We love you. You will live forever in our hearts. Virgil Quenton "Trig" Tregeagle Virgil Quenton Tregeagle passed away August 17, 2002, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born Feb 4, 1920 to Arthur Prestley and Annie Florence Tregeagle in Salt Lake City, UT.

He married Flossie Mae Gold May 7, 1948, the Salt Loke iDS Temple. Trig served in the U.S. Navy during Word War 11 as a Radio Operator aboard the USS Osceiot. He owned and operated Tregeagle Associates, his own mechanical engineering firm, that designed HVAC and plumbing systems for numerous LDS Temples, Churches, the LDS Office Building, and other commercial buildings throughout the United States. He served as president of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers) during the 1960s.

He also served as commander of the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Search Rescue, the Utah State Search Rescue, and the National Search Rescue. Trig was known as K07H to his HAM Radio friends. He also was an avid pilot, sailor, and horseman. Survived by his wife, Flossie Mae; children, Steven, Cory, Robin, Richard; nine granddaughters, six greatgrandchildren; and sisters, Patricia, Nancy, Donna. Preceded in death by his sons, Michael, Mark; brother, Prestley; and man's best friend, Willie Wag Tail.

Services will be Tues. Aug 20, 2002, 12 noon, Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 E. 10600 S. A viewing will be held for friends and family Mon. Aug 19, 2002, 6-8 p.m.

and one hour prior to services at the mortuary. Interment to follow at Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. Tony O. Weekes Tony O. Weekes, 78, passed away August 16, 2002.

Born Jurie 3, 1924 in Archer, Idaho the son of Frederick and Veda Galbriath McIntyre Weekes. Married Bernice Layton May 19, 1969 in Elko, NV. Tony worked for many years for Garrett Freight Lines. Tony was a jack of all trades, he enjoyed gardening and helping others. Survived by his wife Bernice; children Deanna (Jon) Chadwick; Michelle (Ty) Madsen; Darrell Weekes; Lynette (Roger) Hays; Linda Brunyer; Karl Weekes; Mike (Brenda) Walton: Denise Walton; Betty (Gregg) Walborn; (Phil) Mann; Blain and Jeff Collinsworth, 28 grandchildren; 12 great-grand children; brother Clifford; sister Rozella.

Preceded in death by parents and 11 of his brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at Redwood Memorial 6500 South Redwood Road. Friends and family may call Monday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Redwood and one hour prior to the services Tuesday.

Elwood "Woody" C. Wilde LAS VEGAS, NV- Dad passed away on August 9, 2002, at Aegis Assisted Living in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was born November 12, 1919, in Oakley, Summit County, Utah, Wilde. to Casper and Eva Lisle Wardell He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. With love we say goodbye to our father, grandfather, brother and special friend.

Our mother, Leslie S. (Berrett) Wilde, Dad's wife of 46 years, predeceased him in 1994, while living in Dewey, Arizona. Survived by daughter Margo L. Jackson (Mel) of St. George, Utah; daughter Deena K.

Wafford of Sparks, Nevada; granddaughter Christina K. Lawson of Sparks, Nevada; grandson Zachary M. Lawson of Sparks, Nevada; sister Barbara Milne of St. George, Utah; and sister Merlene Dansie of Salt Lake City, Utah. Dad's parents, brother Sherman, and sister Maurine preceded him in death.

Dad received his schooling in Salt Lake City, Utah, and graduated from Granite High School in 1938. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1946 and received his Honorable Discharge in 1949 as Staff Sergeant. It was in the Army that he put his special artistic skills to work and received his training in sign painting. Following military service, Dad worked for Young Electric Sign Company for many years. He then owned and operated Nevada Advertising, an outdoor electrical sigh company, in Elko, Nevada, from 1966-1989, when he and Mom retired and moved to Dewey, Arizona.

Dad celebrated life every day always living it to the fullest. He an excellent and avid golfer. He the Prescott Country Club's very first "Hole in One" on the 12th hole in Dewey, Arizona. He will always be remembered as a handsome man and a dapper dresser, as well as for his dry wit and wonderful sense of humor. Along with goif, Dad especially loved music, dancing, and gin rummy.

As was written in his high school year book, "Here's to a kid that's a lot of fun!" The family extends a heartfelt thank- you to the care managers and staff at Aegis Assisted Living, where he was treated with dignity, respect and love during the past 22 months. private family memorial will be held at Redwood Memorial Gardens in Dewey, Arizona, where Dad will rest in peace beside Mom. Those wishing to remember Woody may direct memorials to the Alzheimer's Association, 919 North Michigan Avenue. Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60611-1676. Fay Soter Sargent, age 85.

fell asleep in the Lord on August Fay S. Sargent 2002. in Salt Lake City. Utah. She is reunited with both her deceased husband, Ted, and daughter Dolores.

Fay loved Midvale, Utah. She was born there on Jan. 16, 1917 to Gregory Frank Soter and Ellen Drimouris Soter. On Nov. 1, 1942, she married Theodore Sargent (Sargetakis) and they raised four children in Midvale until they moved to Salt Lake City in 1964.

At the center of Fay life were family and home. She lived her Orthodox faith and practiced the traditions of her Greek heritage with pride. She also found time to teach Sunday School, do hospital volunteer work and be a teacher's aide. Later, Fay worked at her husband's family business, Silver State Suppliers, until her retirement at the age of 81. She was preceded in death by her sister Mary, brother Sam and parents.

She is survived by her sister, Kate Soter Papanikolas, her son Joseph T. Sargent and her daughters Ellen Koucos (Louie) and Greta Sargent, and her beloved grandchildren: Maria, Zachary, Brianna, Michelle and Nicole. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Restoration Fund, 279 South 300 West, SLC, Utah 84101. To the end of her life, Fay sustained her flawless etiquette, as recited by her Jordan High School "Charming and mannerly as Emily Post, of this girl Jordan will boast. Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 11:00 a.m.

at the Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church, 5335 South Highland Dr. Friends may call Tuesday evening at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 Highland Dr. from 6-8 p.m. with prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Midvale City Cemetery, next to her husband.

"May her memory be eternal." Sandra C. Finch Williamson BOUNTIFUL, UT Sandra C. Finch Williamson, passed away August 15, 2002, after her courageous battle with Alzheimer's Disease She was born Jan 23, 1940 in Pocatello, ID to Melvin Lyle Smith and Beatrice (Smith) Wynn. Sandra attended Pocatello High, until marrying Edward H. Finch March 13, 1956, later divorced.

Sandra moved to Boise in 1962, where she raised her family. She enjoyed a career as an interior designer for many years. Her creative touch and infectious laughter will be greatly missed. We all know that she is now cleaning her Heavenly Home. Surviving are her children, Grant Finch (Cheryl), Kari Finch Foulger (Tom), Bryon Finch; five grandchildren, Tyler, Brandon, and Kate Foulger, Hillary and Gabrielle Finch; mother, Beatrice Wynn; sisters, Christy Wynn, Toni Johnson; and brothers, Doug Smith, Danny, Layne Wynn.

She is preceded by her father, Melvin Lyle Smith; stepfather, Fred A. Wynn; and brother, Fred A. Wynn Jr. A special thank you to the Beehive Home in Sandy, UT for their excellent care and support. Memorial services will be Tues.

Aug 20, 2002, 12 noon, 17th Ward Chapel, 2271 S. 4th Ave, Pocatello ID. Friends may call at a.m. prior to services. Directors, Lindquist's Bountiful Mortuary.

Email condolence to Kenneth Ralph World Kenneth Ralph World, 64, passed away August 3, 2002 at his home in Farmington, New Mexico. He was born on May 6, 1938 to Ralph and Anna Kaydas World in Price, Utah. He married Janice Huff and they had three children; Mark, Kevin and Sheri. Ken learned to drive a truck at a young age when he worked for Wells House Moving in Wellington. Utah.

Driving a truck became his love and turned into a professional career as he worked for Garrett Freight Lines and P.I.E. Trucking for over 30 years. He loved to spend time fishing and traveling. He is loved and will be missed by his childhood friends, Sheridan Judd, Mickey Axelgaard and Brenda Kalatzes. Survived by: Fiance Mary Lacey, Farmington, N.M.; son, Kevin (Denise) World, Spokane, grandchildren, Michael, Sandy and Nicole World and Joshua Wilson; Uncle, Johnny (Mary) Kaydas, -in-law Delwin (Renee) Wells, Salt Lake; nieces and nephews, Craig (Debbie) Wells, Scott (Leonette) Wells, Terry, Paula, Sam and Hayley Smith; cousins, Darlene and Bob Frandsen.

Preceded in death by his parents, a sister Norma Wells; wife Janice; son, Mark, and daughter, Sheri. May you find peace and happiness in this new journey Uncle Ken, WE LOVE Graveside Services were held on August 12, 2002 in the Price City Cemetery. In Memoriam Michael B. Bang Happy 25th Birthday We miss your love and laughter but joyful memories sustain T.W.M.A. Lovingly, Mom, Dad, JB.

CT. Matt, Drew Jake Sign a guestbook online. See the obituary section at The Salt Lake Tribune In Memoriam Christopher Mirka OBITUARIES From Previous Page Roger Douglas Derr Roger Douglas Derr, born February 20, 1969, passed away August 15, 2002. He was a brilliant man who could write, draw and was a master of the computer. He showed promise aS National Merit Scholar at Highland High School.

As an All Star athlete he helped lead his high school football team to win the State Championship. Roger is survived by his mother, Muriel S. Derr; father, Jeffrey R. Derr; brother, Courtney J. Derr; sister, Amber C.

Derr; beloved nephew, Elijah Derr; and grandfather, Ford T. Scalley. Extended families, Susan Taylor and family, OR; Diane Sheehan, Rob and family, OR; Ford G. Scalley, Claudia and family, Salt Lake City; Madelyn Oliverson, Gary and family, WA. With great love and an ache in our loss we remember Roger.

Services will be Tues. Aug 20, 2002, 2 p.m., Russon Brothers Mortuary, 295 N. Main, Bountiful. Friends and family may call at the mortuary Mon. Aug 19, 2002, 7-8 p.m.

and Tues. 1:45 prior to services. In lieu of flowers please send contributions to Volunteers of America, 252 W. 700 Brooklyn Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84101. On-line guest book and direction map: Stanley C.

Sutherland Our loving father and grandfather, Stanley Sutherland August 16, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born Oct 11, 1920 to Leo Sutherland and Claudia Christensen Sutherland in Salem, UT. Stanley loved the outdoors, he enjoyed hunting in Monticello, UT and fishing at Strawberry. Fam- passed away passed away ily was extremely important to Stanley, he loved his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and helped form a very strong family unit. Survived by his children, Brent (Marideil) Sutherland, Scott Borg, Ron (Terri) Sutherland, Kent Sutherland, Chris (Toni) Sutherland; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, Calvin Sutherland, Neil Sutherland; and sisters, Beverly Chandler, Nancy Asay.

Preceded in death by his parents; and siblings, Iris Walker, Freddie Sutherland. Graveside services will be Tues. Aug 20, 1 p.m., Salem City Cemetery, 30 W. 100 Salem, UT. A viewing for friends and family will be Mon.

6-8 p.m., Mountain View Memorial Estates, Jack Francis Ward Jack Francis Ward, age 80, died August 15, 2002 in St. George, UT. Born September 18, 1921 in Dubuque, lowa. Married Mildred E. Essig, May 29, 1943 in Houston, Texas.

Survived by his wife; his children Gail Mannos and husband Dean Mannos, Salt Lake City; Graceanne Chally and husband David Chally, Spokane. Washington; his grandchildren Ward Furguson, Portland, Oregon; Anna Mannos, Salt Lake City: Mary Mannos Ellis, Salt Lake City; Christian Chally, Spokane, Washington; his nephews Robb Opie, Colorado; Henry Franz, North Carolina. Jack was born excited, curious, and opinionated. He loved his parents and Virginia, where he was raised and educated. He completed his college education after his service in the Army Airforce during World War Il, where he taught flying to B-17 pilots.

He epitomized the character of "The Greatest His management consulting firm took him around the world. Most of his clients became dear friends. He loved his work! But not as much as his wife-friend-soul mate of nearly 60 years. His children and grandchildren adored him and he shared in their lives until the last moment. He was a talented fly fisherman, and golfer, and found peace in his extraordinary woodshop.

He loved his vast community service, which included years of involvement with the Multiple Sclerosis Society, The Association of Management Consultants, and Westminster College. He had a great sense of humer, an acute mind, and a passion for life. That excitement and passion for life is his legacy. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions in Jack Ward's name fo Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah. A celebration of his life will be held Tuesday, August 20.

at the Cottonwood Club, from 2 until 4 p.m. Anna Maria Johansson A viewing for family and friends will be held at Deseret Mortuary at 36 East 700 South on Monday, Aug. 19, 6-8 p.m. and Tuesday, Aug. 20.

11 a.m.-12 noon. A graveside service will follow 1 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 Highland Dr. Anna Maria Johansson. aged 85, passed away on Aug.

13, 2002 in Phoenix, AZ. of natural couses. She born Aug. 2. 1917 in Stockholm, Sweden where she later married Elis Johansson, Oci.

1, 1938. They emigrated to Utch in 1949 and were sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in 1950. She is survived children: Maria (Hans). Brent (Bobbi). Ing-Britt, and Gionn; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband Elis on Aug. 21, 1983. Her children are happy that they are together again after all these years. Jaan greatgrandmother In Loving Memory No farewell words were spoken No time to say good-bye You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. Now we hold you close in memory Even though we're far apart, Your love and spirit still live on Right here within our hearts.

We are missing you so much and thinking of you, especially today--your 28th birthday. Love forever-Mom, Dad; Tyson, Megan and Christie; Erik, Keilee and Kari; loving friends and relatives. In Loving Memory Fred Dreu Stettler Though you're gone, you're not forgotten, You are with us everyday. In our hearts and in our thoughts, In things we do and things we say. When we look and see the sunset, A Gerber daisy, a black car, Our thoughts then turn to heaven And we wonder how you are.

We wish you a "Happy Birthday," And we send you all our love. May God keep his arms around you As you dwell with Him above. Love, Your Family Pete Eliud Suazo We feel your excitement and presence as the hunting season approaches. It has been difficult facing the "Firsts" but with the help of friends we have endured. You filled so many lives with kindness, love, hope, and faith.

along with many, have kept your spirit in our hearts. My sons and would like to thank everyone for all their support and love. Masses, in Pete's Memory, will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church, Aug 18, 9 a.m. and Aug 19, 8 a.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe.

In Memoriam Timothy Loyal Zakis We believe that God will bless you, dear Timothy, for being a good son to both your mother Virginia and to your father Bill, shoring only love and happiness always. God bless you Nickolas also for being a good brother to and Patrick and to your sister Kelly, loving them as they loved you and helping when help was needed, especially for helping Kelly through school with your own hard earned and once holy money. God bless you more for being a good friend, loving and helping them also, for they too, were your family. Blessed were all the good times we had together, for there you were always the same; soft spoken, gentle, easy to smile and laugh, laid back. simply happy just to be with those you loved.

You will be eternally blessed, dear Timothy, for being a good working man, with strong, working man's hands, for we have heard it said that God especially loves those who work with their hands. That you were on that drill ship offshore Indonesia for 52 days when you were critically injured shows how committed you were to work. We were also left to wonder whether it was mere coincidence or a deliberate circ*mstance that you died under the hands of your mother, father and a brother Patrick in that hospital in Singapore on your sister Kelly's birthday, a bittersweet day from that moment on. God please bless also that compassionate Chinese doctor who kept you warm and breathing on machines, dear Timothy, even though you were brain dead after surgery for as he said at the time. "We shall keep him going for his parents are on the way.

He gave us three days together for which we shall be forever grateful. God bless also those gentle, young nurses and the Episcopalian Father, who together with the doctor helped US kiss you goodbye and send you on your way to a better place. Your life, dear Timothy, the way you lived it. is justification enough for the continued existence of the human race on this planet. Without loving and lovable people like you there is no hope.

You lived up to the name we gave you, one who reveres God and is loyal to all His people and for that may your memory be eternal. We love Paradise you and miss you very much. for us would be to be with you again. Love always, Your family and friends..

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