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Fletcher's Mortuary

401 South Main Street
Snowflake, AZ 85937
(928) 536-2224
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Owens Mortuaries and White Mountain Crematory

84 East 19th Street South
Snowflake, AZ 85937
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Snowflake AZ Obituaries and Death Notices

Tracy J. Seelig - Pickaway News Journal

Monday, February 20, 2017

Chillicothe; sisters, Becky (John) Rawlins of Chillicothe and Anna (Michael) Knapp; many nieces and nephews; good friends, Kathy Miller and Tammy Lindsey; and her animals she loved dearly, Rachel and Snowflake.She was predeceased by her grandparents, Sam and Meda Smith and Jim and Mandy Cotton; brother, Danny Graham; sister, Teresa Magill; a nephew, Rob Warner; four aunts and two uncles.Tracy was an avid animal lover.Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, at the Ware Funeral Home, Chillicothe, with Rev. Mike Denny officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Ware Funeral Home.In lieu of flowers, family request memorial contributions may be made to the Ware Funeral Home, 121 W. Second St., Chillicothe, OH 45601.You may sign her online register at

Craig, Dorothy Arlene - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

Craig, Dorothy Arlene Nov 18, 1929 - Sep 29, 2016 Preceded in death by her spouse, Harvie L. Craig (January 10, 1996). Survived by her siblings, Vernon Leimer of Anaheim CA, Geraldine Schneider of Snowflake AZ, Miriam Masters of Lakeside CA, and Elaine Alexander of Reno, NV; her children, Bonnie B. Williams of Grand Junction CO, Dale Lee Craig of Scottsdale AZ, Dan L. Craig of Kansas City MO, and Sherry L. Hilario of Omaha, NE; grandchildren, Julie, Donavon, Sarah, Ethan, David, and Isabel; and great grandchildren, Abigail, Drew, Aosari, and Oliver. VISITATION will be 5-7pm on Friday, October 7, 2016 at Westlawn-Hilcrest Funeral Home, (5701 Center St., Omaha, 402-556-2500). FUNERAL SERVICES will be at 10:30am Saturday, October 8, also at the Funeral Home. Interment in Westlawn-Hillcrest Memorial Park.

Billie Payne remembered by community - Republican & Herald

Monday, July 04, 2016

Pride, which hosted this year’s fireworks display.“That’s our Billie Payne. May she rest in peace,” the mayor said.The 2016 Winter Carnival Queen, Meghan Devlin, and the 2016 Winter Carnival Snowflake Princess, Rachael Cataldo, were there, and also offered their thoughts about Billie.“Knowing her for the short amount of time that I was able to spend with her, I can tell you she was a wonderful person and a big reason why I am in the position I am today. I appreciate all of the hard work she put into this program and making it what it is. It will be a definite shame not to have her for the 50th year,” Devlin, 23, of Schuylkill Haven, said.This winter will mark the 50th anniversary of the Greater Pottsville Winter Carnival.“Her dedication really inspires me and I owe everything to her for allowing me to have such a wonderful opportunity. She’ll certainly be missed, but her legacy will live on forever,” Cataldo, 17, of Ashland, said.Born in Pottsville, Aug. 20, 1922, Billie was the daughter of the late Jestyn and Margaret Bound. She was the youngest of the couple’s three daughters, according to Pugh and the newspaper’s archives.Survivors include two sons, Jestyn G., an attorney from Berks County, and Leslie, Pottsville; and a daughter, Deirdre Boris, Pottsville, Pugh said.“She was a wonderful mother. She was a wonderful grandmother. She really was a role model for our entire family. She really was the true matriarch of our family, and we’re going to miss her. She touched a lot of people, and those are great memories to have,” Boris said Saturday night.In an interview last August, Payne said she said she got her nickname, “Billie,” because “my father wanted a boy. I was the youngest, and if my parents hadn’t managed to have one by then, well ...”Billie married Russell Payne in 1947, but the couple had separated.She became involved in organizing community events while her children attended Pottsville Area School District. When her daughter, Dierdre, was a cheerleader, Billie started a cheerleader booster organization, according to newspaper archives.While she was working at the former Grace Shop at Centre and Norwegian streets, Payne got involved with Pottsville Winter Carnival. In 1967, John D.W. Reiley became the first president of the Greater Pottsville Winter Carnival.In the late 1980s, Payne survived a battle with breast cancer. In October 1991, at the sixth annual Cancer Fighters Dinner at the former Pottsville Club, she was honored by the American Cancer Society as the 1991 “Sol Cotler Memorial Courage Award.”At that event, dinner Chairman Joseph H. J

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Oakville Woman Follows Dream with Horseback Journey to Montana - Centralia Chronicle

Monday, September 19, 2016

Her other two dogs and her cat are staying with a vet tech acquaintance.“I’ll come back to pick things up,” said Curtis-Drennen, who hopes to eventually move to Snowflake, Ariz.She also hopes to someday check a couple things off her bucket list — take a balloon ride and go hang-gliding (though she’s unsure if she will be brave enough for that)./s