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Green Valley Mortuary and Cemetery Inc

18751 South La Canada Drive
Green Valley, AZ 85629
(520) 625-7400
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Dorothy Maxine Hayward - Timesonline.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Wyncote Place, Wyncote, Pa.Born May 18, 1924, in Chester, W.Va., she was the only child born to the late John Joseph and Emma Jeanette (Torrence) Craig. A homemaker, she was a member of the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Shippingport and had worked as a legal secretary and waitress and also had written columns for the East Liverpool Review. She served on numerous committees at her church and was a longtime member of the South Side School Board.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband, Lawrence Hayward, in July 1995.Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Jeff Caler, Glenside, Pa., and Rita and Dan Dawson, Hermitage, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Spencer Dawson, Kristin Courtwright, Marshal and Allison Caler, and Amanda and Ken Frederick, and three great-grandchildren, Kylee and Tristin Courtwright, and Robby Frederick.Family and friends are welcome to call Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 9:30 a.m. until the time of service at 11 a.m. at MCCONNELL FUNERAL HOME, 447 Pine St., Hookstown, PA 15050. Jim McMasters will officiate.She will be laid to rest in the Mill Creek Hill Cemetery, Georgetown.

Aloy Barnier

Monday, January 02, 2017

Arizona and establish his own welding business, C.B. Welding, becoming one of the leading welders in Southern Arizona. He helped build Arizona with works in Tubac, Green Valley, Rio Rico, and many churches. He retired in 1982 at 62 years of age. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and gardener, specializing in red roses and tomatoes. He treasured taking his family when they were growing up and later, Lores, to the White Mountains camping at Big Lake and in Greer to fish for trout. After retiring, he also enjoyed reading Westerns and telling stories of his CCC, hunting and fishing escapades.Barney is survived by his wife of 28 years, Lores, his 5 children, Linda (Chris), Bill (Cindy) , Paula (Dale), Bob (Kim) , Bonnie (V, A, H, and M), his three step-daughters, Marlene, Sauni, Linda, his grandson Jonathan (Heather) and great-grandson, Aiden. He was preceeded in death by his late wives June. Minnie, Virginia and Margaret.Per Barney's wishes, rather than flowers, donations can be made in his name to “Casa de los Ninos” or the food bank. The burial will follow at Holy Hope Cemetery at 3555 North Oracle Road in Tucson. Those wishing to sign Barney's quest book online can do so at www.legacy.com.

Nevada family killed in crash on return trip from Utah remembered for love, faith and service - Deseret News

Monday, November 28, 2016

Residents of Henderson for more than 20 years and without other relatives nearby, the Brandts saw the community around, especially the LDS Green Valley Ward, them as their family, Neeley said.Michael Brandt was an instructor at the LDS Institute of Religion in Las Vegas at the time of his death."(Brandt) was a spiritual giant and influenced thousands as a seminary and institute instructor," Neeley said. "Mike previously served as a bishop and was always a huge advocate of missionary work. As a convert to the church, he was quick to share with others how the gospel changed his life and many owe their membership in the church to his invitation to come and learn. I myself was influenced to serve a mission because of Mike's love and encouragement as my bishop." Joy Brandt's oldest son, Steve Tarr, shared memories Tuesday of hiking, fishing, hunting and playing games with his family. He praised Michael Brandt as an exceptional man and father who was devoted to his children and grandchildren."He was a little more reserved and quiet but loved to tease and joke as well," Tarr said.Ashley Piena was a hairdresser with many happy, faithful customers in the community, Neeley said. She loved children and was "a favorite babysitter" to many.Tarr described his sister as his best friend. She was "a ray of light," he said, and was a picky eater who preferred to munch on sweets and crackers.Friends who met Carlan Brandt as a missionary in Alabama have reached out since the accident, remembering his faithful service, Neeley said. Before his mission, Carlan Brandt spent much of his time playing lacrosse with many friends.Carlan Brandt was talented in school, sports and life, Tarr said, noting that "his testimony was his pride and joy."Friends of the Brandt family organized a GoFundMe account Monday to support Joy Brandt and Kekoa Piena, Neeley said. More than $53,000 had been donated as of Tuesday afternoon."The overwhelming support for the Brandt and Piena families just goes to show how much these people are the loved," Neeley said. "The Green Valley community has rallied together to support these families in this terrible time. We are tremendously grateful for the outpouring of love that is being shown."Funeral services are pending.Email: mromero@deseretnews.comTwitter: McKenzieRomero...

Local Scoreboard with golf results - Zanesville Times Recorder

Monday, July 04, 2016

Brian Addis, Dick Dallas, Othello Repuyan and Russ Lloyd were third with 62. Snider made the longest putt (35-feet-7) on No. 15, and Dallas was closest to the pin on 12 (2-feet-3).WomenGreen Valley• The Wednesday Night Parettes League had Mary Burkhart with low gross of 35 and Burkhart and Tracie Herman tied with low net of 26. Winning teams were 2, 3, 7, 8 and 10.• Jenny Williams had low gross of 36 and low net of 24 in the Wednesday Night Century National Bank League. The weekly prize winner was Alaina Joseph, and winning teams were 1, 2, 7 and 8.• Kathi Galloway carded 34 for low gross and Juanita King had a low net of 27 in the MHPCC Ladies League. Winning teams were 3, 4, 7 and 8.

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Dorothy Maxine Hayward - Timesonline.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Wyncote Place, Wyncote, Pa.Born May 18, 1924, in Chester, W.Va., she was the only child born to the late John Joseph and Emma Jeanette (Torrence) Craig. A homemaker, she was a member of the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Shippingport and had worked as a legal secretary and waitress and also had written columns for the East Liverpool Review. She served on numerous committees at her church and was a longtime member of the South Side School Board.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband, Lawrence Hayward, in July 1995.Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Jeff Caler, Glenside, Pa., and Rita and Dan Dawson, Hermitage, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Spencer Dawson, Kristin Courtwright, Marshal and Allison Caler, and Amanda and Ken Frederick, and three great-grandchildren, Kylee and Tristin Courtwright, and Robby Frederick.Family and friends are welcome to call Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 9:30 a.m. until the time of service at 11 a.m. at MCCONNELL FUNERAL HOME, 447 Pine St., Hookstown, PA 15050. Jim McMasters will officiate.She will be laid to rest in the Mill Creek Hill Cemetery, Georgetown.

Aloy Barnier

Monday, January 02, 2017

Arizona and establish his own welding business, C.B. Welding, becoming one of the leading welders in Southern Arizona. He helped build Arizona with works in Tubac, Green Valley, Rio Rico, and many churches. He retired in 1982 at 62 years of age. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and gardener, specializing in red roses and tomatoes. He treasured taking his family when they were growing up and later, Lores, to the White Mountains camping at Big Lake and in Greer to fish for trout. After retiring, he also enjoyed reading Westerns and telling stories of his CCC, hunting and fishing escapades.Barney is survived by his wife of 28 years, Lores, his 5 children, Linda (Chris), Bill (Cindy) , Paula (Dale), Bob (Kim) , Bonnie (V, A, H, and M), his three step-daughters, Marlene, Sauni, Linda, his grandson Jonathan (Heather) and great-grandson, Aiden. He was preceeded in death by his late wives June. Minnie, Virginia and Margaret.Per Barney's wishes, rather than flowers, donations can be made in his name to “Casa de los Ninos” or the food bank. The burial will follow at Holy Hope Cemetery at 3555 North Oracle Road in Tucson. Those wishing to sign Barney's quest book online can do so at www.legacy.com.

Nevada family killed in crash on return trip from Utah remembered for love, faith and service - Deseret News

Monday, November 28, 2016

Residents of Henderson for more than 20 years and without other relatives nearby, the Brandts saw the community around, especially the LDS Green Valley Ward, them as their family, Neeley said.Michael Brandt was an instructor at the LDS Institute of Religion in Las Vegas at the time of his death."(Brandt) was a spiritual giant and influenced thousands as a seminary and institute instructor," Neeley said. "Mike previously served as a bishop and was always a huge advocate of missionary work. As a convert to the church, he was quick to share with others how the gospel changed his life and many owe their membership in the church to his invitation to come and learn. I myself was influenced to serve a mission because of Mike's love and encouragement as my bishop." Joy Brandt's oldest son, Steve Tarr, shared memories Tuesday of hiking, fishing, hunting and playing games with his family. He praised Michael Brandt as an exceptional man and father who was devoted to his children and grandchildren."He was a little more reserved and quiet but loved to tease and joke as well," Tarr said.Ashley Piena was a hairdresser with many happy, faithful customers in the community, Neeley said. She loved children and was "a favorite babysitter" to many.Tarr described his sister as his best friend. She was "a ray of light," he said, and was a picky eater who preferred to munch on sweets and crackers.Friends who met Carlan Brandt as a missionary in Alabama have reached out since the accident, remembering his faithful service, Neeley said. Before his mission, Carlan Brandt spent much of his time playing lacrosse with many friends.Carlan Brandt was talented in school, sports and life, Tarr said, noting that "his testimony was his pride and joy."Friends of the Brandt family organized a GoFundMe account Monday to support Joy Brandt and Kekoa Piena, Neeley said. More than $53,000 had been donated as of Tuesday afternoon."The overwhelming support for the Brandt and Piena families just goes to show how much these people are the loved," Neeley said. "The Green Valley community has rallied together to support these families in this terrible time. We are tremendously grateful for the outpouring of love that is being shown."Funeral services are pending.Email: mromero@deseretnews.comTwitter: McKenzieRomero...

Local Scoreboard with golf results - Zanesville Times Recorder

Monday, July 04, 2016

Brian Addis, Dick Dallas, Othello Repuyan and Russ Lloyd were third with 62. Snider made the longest putt (35-feet-7) on No. 15, and Dallas was closest to the pin on 12 (2-feet-3).WomenGreen Valley• The Wednesday Night Parettes League had Mary Burkhart with low gross of 35 and Burkhart and Tracie Herman tied with low net of 26. Winning teams were 2, 3, 7, 8 and 10.• Jenny Williams had low gross of 36 and low net of 24 in the Wednesday Night Century National Bank League. The weekly prize winner was Alaina Joseph, and winning teams were 1, 2, 7 and 8.• Kathi Galloway carded 34 for low gross and Juanita King had a low net of 27 in the MHPCC Ladies League. Winning teams were 3, 4, 7 and 8.