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The Arizona Daily Star - September 26, 1999 Page: 36G

    Obituary: Robert Joseph Inman, 22

Robert B. Inman, 67, died Oct. 6, draftsman, Hudgel's Swan Funeral Home Inc. - 10/19/2000

R.D. Inman, 92, died March 15, truck driver. Hudgel's Swan Funeral Home - 3/17/2001

John Alton Overb/y April 17, 1931 - Oct. 26, 2003

    John A. Overb/y, 72, of Hereford, Ariz., died Sunday Oct. 26, 2003, at his home.
    Mr. Overb/y was born April 17, 1931, in Dyer, Tenn., to Alton and Mary Overb/y. He married Carol A. Barnett on Oct. 21, 1950.
    Mr. Overb/y enjoyed his years in law enforcement and was known throughout his life for his mechanical abilities.
    He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Carol A. Overb/y of Hereford; three daughters, Carol Ann (Ronald) Bird of White Pine, Mich., Renne F. Carolan of Hereford, and Romona S. (Charles) Atchinson of Phenix City, Ala. He also is survived by six grandchildren, Yellena Atchinson, Seth Atchinson, Elizabeth Carolan (Andrew) Scott, Bethany Bird, Sharon Bird and Karen Carolan; a brother, Donald Overb/y; two sisters, Elizabeth Inman and Lavon Darbo and numerous brothers and sister-in-laws, nieces and nephews.
    Services will be held on Friday, Oct. 31, 2003, at Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery, 401 N. Hayden Road in Scottsdale, Ariz. Visitation will be held at 1 p.m., followed by services at 2 p.m.

Sierra Vista Herald (Nov/1/2003)

Gary "Chris" Martin Christenson - 1926-2003

    Gary "Chris" Martin Christenson of Willcox died Oct. 24, 2003 in Tucson at the age of 76. He was born in Willcox on Dec. 30, 1926. For the last six years Chris lived part time in Willcox and California.
    He served in the U.S. Marine Corps and was a retired engineer for the U.S. Government. Chris was a member of the Willcox Elks Lodge #2131, American Legion Post 291 of Newport Beach, Calif., Masonic Lodge of Newport Beach, Calif. and the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum. In 1996 in Anaheim, Calif. he married Joyce Dwyer.
    Survivors include his wife Joyce of Willcox; sons Glenn (Monica) of Costa Mesa, Calif. and David of Oxnard, Calif. Also surviving are his sisters Jean (Harold) Inman of San Simon, and Wilma Myrehn of Chino Valley, Calif.; and neice Martha (Gene) Prendergast of Willcox. Preceding him in death was his daughter Carla, and his parents, Julius Christenson and Allene Grout.
    Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, Nov. 2, at 11 a.m. at the Willcox Elks Lodge. Cremation was conducted at Westlawn Crematorium. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Assoc., 5325 East Pima, Tucson, Ariz., 85712-3631. Services are under the direction of Westlawn Chapel, Mortuary and Crematorium of Willcox.

Arizona Range News (Nov/1/2003)

Parker George Sutton Jr. 
    Parker George Sutton, Jr. 85 years old of Payson Arizona passed away March 11, 2004 in Payson Arizona. Born November 9, 1918 in Flagstaff, Arizona. Preceded in death by wife Margie Sutton on July 23, 2001, sons Carver Sutton and Robert Bene, daughter Carol Lee Bene. Mr. Sutton was a navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, SAE Fraternity, and president of William's Hospital Board. He was a business man in Williams, Flagstaff, Kingman, and Phoenix. He was a business partner of Haining Lumber in Williams and Comco Public Relations Firm in Phoenix and owned service stations, motels, and restaurants in Flagstaff, Williams, and Kingman. He was a radio announcer and writer for KTAR in Phoenix and KYCA in Prescott. Survived by daughters, Claudia Inman of Flagstaff, AZ, Sherry Bene Stevens of Long Beach, CA, Bettie Neel of Phoenix, AZ, sons Parker Sutton, III of San Dimas, CA, Charles Bene of Flagstaff, AZ, Greg Bene of Mesa, AZ, 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Visitation 4:00-6:00 pm, Thursday, March 18, 2004 Messinger Payson Funeral Home, 302 W. Aero, Payson, AZ and 1:00 pm Friday, March 19, 2004 Williams United Community Methodist Church, Williams, AZ. Funeral Service 2pm Friday, March 19, 2004 Williams United Community Methodist Church, Williams, AZ. Interment Williams Cemetery, Williams, AZ. Family requests donations in lieu of flowers to American Cancer Society, 2929 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016 or RTA Hospice, 107 E. Frontier Street, Payson, AZ 85541 Arrangements entrusted to Messinger Payson Funeral Home.

Published in the Arizona Republic on 3/16/2004.

Stanton Hagen Haynie, 87, died May 9, 2004 at home in Apache Junction.

    He was born June 18, 1916 and has lived in Apache Junction for the past six months. Stanton worked for the United State Postal Service for 27 years in Fullerton, California, and was High Priest for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and served his country in the Army for five years. He was dedicated to his family and his church.
    He is survived by his wife Edith Haynie; sons, Stuart and Darrell Haynie of Mesa; daughters, Carol Flippen of Winchester, California, Janice Garcia of Bribie Isle, Australia, Kathryn Bishop of San Diego, California, Robin Lafferty of Mesa, Loretta Inman of Lakeside; along with 26 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
    Services were held at the Alama 11th Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Mesa with burial at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.

White Mountain Independent (May/24/2004)

Joshua Alexis Inman

    Joshua Alexis Inman, of Yuma, died June 22, 2004, at home at 20.
    He was born Jan. 2, 1984, in Brighton, Colo., and was a construction laborer.
    Viewing will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Yuma Mortuary and Crematory, with funeral services to follow.

The Sun, (Jun/25/2004)

Inman, Mark E. 

    Mark E. Inman, 42, Mesa, Arizona, passed away September 20, 2004. Former National Guardsman. Services will be private. Camelback Sunset Chapel Funeral Home.

Published in The Arizona Republic on 9/23/2004.

Thomas William Inman, 76, Chandler, Arizona, passed away September 22, 2004. Services at American Legion Post #91, 922 N. Alma School Road, Chandler, Arizona, Saturday, September 25, 2004 at 2:00 P.M. Bueler Mortuary.

Published in The Arizona Republic on 9/24/2004.

    Doyn Inman, 88, of Sun City West, AZ., passed away October 15, 2004. He was born in Wichita, Kansas on September 10, 1916. He and his family moved to West Allis, Wisconsin in 1921. He became a champion swimmer in High School and the University of Wisconsin where he set many swimming records. He lived in the Milwaukee area until 1982, when he and his wife Mabel moved to Sun City West, Arizona. He will be greatly missed by his wife Mabel nee Holz and their two sons, Tom (Marcia) Inman of Scottsdale, AZ., and Gerald (Micaela) Inman of Minocqua, Wisconsin, as well as five Grandchildren and 12 Great Grandchildren. He was very active in the Masonic Fraternity of Wisconsin, having served as Grand Master in 1966. He was Master of Lafayette Lodge #265 and was the Grand Secretary of some 50,000 Wisconsin Masons from 1972-1982. He was a member of Tripoli Shrine of Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Scottish Rite and the York Rite. In 1959 he was bestowed the honorary 33rd degree of the Scottish Rite Valley of Milwaukee. In addition he was the Past Sovereign of St. Wilfred's Conclave, Red Cross Constantine in 1971. He was also a Kentucky Colonel and an honorary Past Grandmaster of the Arizona Masonic Lodge. He and his wife Mabel celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary this year. Doyn will be remembered as a loving husband and father as well as a successful businessman. He and his wife, Mabel created Inman Oil, Inc. of Milwaukee Wisconsin, which they owned and operated for more than two decades. Visitation will be held Saturday October 23, 2004 from 10:30 A.M. until the Service 11:30 A.M. at the Chapel of the Chimes at Wisconsin Memorial Park, 13235 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, Wisconsin. The service will be conducted by the Grand Lodge of Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to any Masonic Charity, in his name. Arrangements by Friedrichs Funeral Home, Mt. Prospect, IL. (847) 255-7800.

The Arizona Republic, (Oct/20/2004)

Donald Wilson Campbell 
    Donald Wilson Campbell, age 70, passed away October 21, 2004, at his home in Pinetop, Arizona. Donald was born in 1934 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and moved to Arizona early in his childhood. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop #113. He graduated from North High School and ASU with a degree in engineering and then served in the United States Marine Corps. Donald worked for Arizona Public Service for many years. He later moved to San Clemente, CA, while working for Bechtel Corp. After retiring he returned to his beloved Arizona to enjoy hunting, fishing, and the company of friends and family. Donald was a loving and devoted husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. Donald is survived by two daughters, Jodie (Bob) Goodwin of Capistrano Beach, CA, and Jacqueline (Jay) Hess of Glendale, AZ; one sister, Charlotte Inman of Montrose, CO; one brother, Dr. Stephen Campbell of Cave Creek, AZ; 4 adoring grandchildren; 2 nieces and 3 nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 2291 W. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59808. Memorial Services will be held at 2 PM Wednesday, October 27, 2004, at the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, Carefree, AZ. 

Published in The Arizona Republic on 10/25/2004. 

    Meryl M. Austin, 84 years old, passed away Tuesday November 9, 2004 at the Silver Ridge Village Convalescent hospital in Bullhead City, after a lengthy illness.
    Meryl was born June 29, 1920 in Sparks, Lincoln co., Okla. to Grover Cleveland and emma grace (Hughes) Austin. He was the youngest of six children.
    Meryl moved to Salinas, Calif. with his mother Emma in 1937, where he met and married his wife of 6t3 years, Iola M. Nowland. They were married Feb. 18, 1941. Born to this union were two sons, Marvin who preceded him in death June 1997, and Mervin Austin of Riverside, Calif.
    Meryl served in the U. S. Navy during WW II with Motor Torpedo Boat Base Eight in the Russell Islands.
    Meryl was a baker and cake decorator in North Long Beach, Calif. retiring in 1987. Meryl and May hae been residents of Mohave Valley for 13 years.
    Meryl is survived by his wife , Iola Austin; sister Hallie Casey of Lamar, Mo.; son and daughter-in-law, Mervin and Penny Austin of of Riverside, Calif.; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
    Burial will be at the Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, Calif.
    Dimon & Sons Silver Bell Chapel of Bullhead City will handle funeral arrangements.

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Kelley, Cynthia Kay Inmon 

    Cynthia Kay Inmon Kelley, Beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, born June 23, 1954 in Amarillo, Texas, passed away on November 5, 2004. She is survived by her husband of 33 years Norman E. Kelly Jr. as well as her daughters Sandra and Bette. Her great love in life over the last year was her first granddaughter Mikaylee and grandsons Clay Jr. and Josh. She is also survived by her 3 brothers Gene, Frank, and Charlie Inmon as well as many nieces and nephews.

Published in The Arizona Republic on 11/10/2004.

Wilbur Inman

Wilbur P. Inman, of Flagstaff, died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2004. He was 84. He was born April 7, 1920, in Call, Texas, to John W.

Arizona Daily Sun, The (Dec/12/2004)

Elmer William “Bill” Hilden

    Elmer William “Bill” Hilden, long time resident of Yuma and Whidbey Island, Washington passed away on December 19, 2004.
    He retired from a career in the U.S. Border Patrol. He was on the Border Patrol Pistol team and assisted with the development of Adair Park Ranges.
After retirement, E.W. was Captain/TeamLeader/Coach/Judge/Jury for the US Olympic Shooting Organization.
    He is survived by his wife Norene; Laura and Joe Inman, Sheri Keane, Terri and Art Mahnken; mother-in-law, Jessie, and eight grandchildren. Bill was also preceded in death by son, David.
    Bill was a superb husband, father, grandfather, co-worker and friend
    A celebration of his life will be held December 28th, 2004 in Coupeville, WA.
    Suggested donations are Home Health and Hospice of Whidbey General Hospital ,101 N Main St. Coupeville, WA 98239 or USA Shooting, One Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO, 80909.

The Yuma Sun, (Dec/26/2004)

Violet "Vi" Inmon September 8, 1938 - September 17, 2004

"I Can Only Imagine" by Mercy Me " I can only imagine what it will be like, when I walk by your side. I can only imagine what my eyes will see, when your face is before me. I can only imagine. Surrounded by your glory, what will my heart feel. Will I dance for you Jesus, or in awe of you be still? Will I stand in your presence, or to my knees will I fall? Will I sing hallelujah, will I be able to speak at all? I can only imagine. I can only imagine when that day comes, when I find myself standing inside. I can only imagine when all I would do is forever, forever worship you. I can only imagine. Mom, we love & miss you so very much. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you. I love you!! Love Always, Tim, Kellie, Hannah & Steven.

Published in the Tucson on 9/17/2006.

Dorothy Marion Inman

    INMAN, Dorothy Marion, 76, of Chandler died Dec. 8, 2007, in Chandler. Bueler Mortuary handled arrangements. (480) 963-6351.

Published in the East Valley Tribune on 12/18/2007.

H. L. "Pete" Inman Inman, H.L. "Pete"

January 5, 2009, H.L. "Pete" Inman lost his valiant fight with cancer and his angels carried his gentle spirit "Home". He was sixty four years old. Pete was born in Glendale, CA in 1944. He moved to Missoula, MT. as a young child and attended Missoula County High School, Montana State University and Kinman School of Business in Spokane, WA. He was a member of the Montana National Guard, Troop G, 163rd Armored Cav. Pete married Patricia Burns of Missoula, MT. in July of 1968 and they made Spokane, WA their home for the following 33 years. Pete and Pat raised their two sons in Spokane as he initially worked as a Certified Public Accountant for the CPA Firm of Harney and Rose. He was also privileged to work for the Hutton Settlement for six years. He loved being associated with such a wonderful group of people who do so much good for children. Pete then joined the CPA Firm of Anderson, Lutz and Inman. At this time he was also the President of Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) for three years. Pete was honored when he was asked by Alvin J and Fritz W. Wolff to work for the Wolff Company as their Chief Financial Officer and has been with the company for thirty years- the last seven in their Scottsdale, AZ office. Pete is survived by his wife, Pat, of forty years, his son Michael of Kirkland, WA, his son Stephen of Spokane, WA, and his sister Mary Inman Bauer of Missoula, MT. His son Michael wed Rahnie Foster and they have two children, Madison (10) and Macy (5). His son Stephen married Michelle Spring, and they have one child, Malea (12). He was preceded in death by his father, Frank C Inman and his mother Bessie Inman Watson. Pete was a devoted husband and loving father. He was a very proud PaPa to his three precious granddaughters who will miss him dearly. Pete left a special mark on every life he touched. We know he was an angel on earth. In his private life Pete loved to golf, swim, read and spend time with family and friends. Services will be held at Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church, 36811 N. Pima Rd., Carefree, AZ on January 10, at 11:00 a.m. There will be another service in Spokane, WA prior to him being lay to rest in Missoula, MT. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in his name to the Hutton Settlement, 9907 E Wellesley Ave., Spokane, WA. 99206 or Hospice of the Valley, 510 E Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014 Arrangements entrusted to Queen of Heaven Mortuary, 1562 East Baseline Rd., Mesa, Arizona 85204.