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Bisbee Funeral Home

1094 West Highway 92
Bisbee, AZ 85603
(520) 432-2491
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Dugan Funeral Chapel

1618 South Naco Highway
Bisbee, AZ 85603
(520) 432-4242
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Hansen: 'Bear Down' legend, born of tragedy, became UA's rallying cry - Arizona Daily Star

Monday, September 05, 2016

Salmon if he had anything he wanted to tell his teammates.“Tell them … tell the team to bear down,” he said.Salmon died at 6:15 the next morning.• • •Frank and Kathryn Salmon moved from Texas to Bisbee in 1905, shortly after their second son, John, was born. Frank had been a teacher and Kathryn had studied at the Boston Conservatory of Music.In Bisbee, Frank rose through the ranks in the copper industry, becoming the chief of security at the Copper Queen Mine. Although they lived in what today would be described as a ramshackle hut, they were people of means. They had enough money to send Button and his older brother, future Phoenix attorney Riney Salmon, to the UA.At Bisbee High School, Button became the vice president of the student body in his senior year, 1920-21. Next to his yearbook picture he wrote:“He trudged along unknowing what he sought, and whistled as he went for want of thought.”In the school play, “Quality Street,” he starred as a recruiting sergeant. At the senior class Christmas party, Salmon was Santa Claus, handing out gifts at the conclusion of the party. His photographs in the school yearbook show that he was the shortest player on the football team, with a shock of red hair, shaved close on both sides, as was the style of the day.Button didn’t immediately become an athlete of significance at Arizona. As a junior, after a breakout-type football game against Nevada in 1925, the Star described him as “only a scrub at the beginning of the season” who had emerged as “the tow-headed wizard from Bisbee.”Later that season, against USC, the Star had even more praise.“Greatest of all was little Button Salmon,” it reported. “His punting was a revelation to the fans. The “Leaping Tuna” was everywhere at once and he was just about the main cog of the machine.”In the summer, he played semipro baseball for the Bisbee Bees with former New York Yankee first baseman Hal Chase and two infielders from the 1919 Black Sox World Series scandal, Buck Weaver and Chick Gandil.Little Button Salmon, a catcher with some bite, seemed to have a future in pro baseball, but first he would complete his senior year at Arizona, 1926-27. He had some important business ahead; he had been elected student body president.• • •The magnitude of the death of the school’s star quarterback and student-body president was such that Salmon’s body lie in s

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James Windsor - Eastern Arizona Courier

Sunday, February 12, 2017

James “Jim” Windsor was born March 15, 1931, in Bisbee, to Audrey and Leland Windsor. He entered into heaven on Feb. 3, 2017.The family spent time in Idaho, where his love for fishing began. He graduated from Bisbee High School. He was a busy student who was involved in sports, especially football, where he was part of an all-star team.After high school, he spent some time as an MP in the U.S. Air Force. He worked sometime with Phelps Dodge in Bisbee until an extended strike sent him to Monroe, Wisc., to work on an assembly line for the Phillips Corporation. He never got used to the cold winters so, when he retired, he returned home to Arizona to be near family and the warm winters.He took many courses at Eastern Arizona College, including: jewelry making, faceting, watercolor painting and stained glass. He was an avid bowler, always bowling on a team with his brothers. The Windsor team was the team to beat.Jim is survived by: four brothers, Art (Betty) Windsor and Bill Windsor, of Silver City N.M., and Lee (Frankie) Windsor, Bob (M

Richard A. “Dick” Garthoff (1927-2017) - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Monday, February 06, 2017

A. “Dick” Garthoff, 89, of Waterloo, died Friday, Feb. 3, at UnityPoint-Allen Hospital.He was born April 3, 1927, in Waterloo, son of Phillip W. and Lois Weldon Garthoff Jr. He married Jean Marie Bisbee Oct. 20, 1946, in Waterloo. She died Aug. 12, 2004. He graduated from Waterloo East High School in 1945, and was a patternmaker at John Deere for 40 years, retiring in 1984. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theater.Mr. Garthoff was secretary of the Waterloo Bowling Association, a member of Waterloo American Legion Post 138, and St. Andrews Presbyterian Church where he held many positions.Survivors: two daughters,  Linda (Chuck) Stejskal of Waterloo, Brenda (James) Everts of Parkersburg; a brother, Eugene (Lucille) of Elk Run Heights; a sister, Marlys Timmer of Elk Run Heights; four grandchildren, Corey (Sarah) Everts of Richland Center, Wis., Christina (Christopher) Stejskal Grier of Kalona, Sarah (Curt) Everts Rodgers of Kalona and Andrew (Amanda) Everts of Holland, Iowa; and six great-grandchildren, Daniel, Hannah and Jackson Rodgers, Greeley and Maesa Everts, and William Grier.Preceded in death by: his parents; two sisters, Shirley Seamans and Judy Kay Garthoff; a

Patricia Ryan

Monday, November 21, 2016

RYAN, Patricia Joan 85, passed from this earth November 8, 2016 in Tucson, AZ. She was born in Bisbee, AZ on November 7, 1931 to Emma Christina (Gaetjens) and John Joseph Ryan. She is preceded in death by her parents; sister, Louise Ryan Allen and brothers, John Joseph Ryan and Robert Emmet Ryan. "Pat" was a graduate of Tucson High School (1949) and went on to attain her BA and Masters of Education from the University of Arizona (1976). Graveside Services to be held Friday, December 2, 2016 at 10:30 a.m., East Lawn Cemetery, 5801 E. Grant Road, Tucson. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES.