DANIELS, Arthur Bruce, 67, Thursday, 28 January 1960

DAVEN, Phillip

Phillip Daven, 69, retired manufacturer of hardware, resided in Sun City and came to Arizona two years ago. Wife, Jennie; son, Abe of Houston, Texas; daughter, Mrs. A. R. HERSK of Phoenix; brother, A. T. Daven, Boston. Published in the Arizona Republic June 17, 1962.

DAVIS, Carl T.

Funeral services and burial for Carl T. DAVIS, a Mesa resident the past 15 months, will be in Colorado Springs. Mr. Davis died yesterday in Mesa Southside District Hospital. He was born in Dublin, Texas, July 30, 1893. A retired salesman for Stewart Warner Corp., he made his home in Denver for many years before coming to Mesa. He is survived by his wife, Edna W.; a son, Carl E., an attache of the U. S. Embassy at the Dominican Republic; a sister, Mrs. Lewis D. BEHRENS, Brownfield, Texas; and two grandchildren. Saturday, 30 January 1960.

DAVIS, Helena, 78, Thursday, 21 January 1960

DAVIS, Nellie W.

Nellie W. Davis, 78, a native of Dodgeville, Wisconsin, had been a resident of Phoenix for 35 years. Sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Pilcher; brother, Russell JONES, both of Phoenix. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Rev. George McNeill will officiate. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/11/1962.

DAVIS, William

Services for William Davis, 28, were in Webber's Eastlake Mortuary. The Rev. W. E. Youngblood and an honor guard from Luke Air Force Base officiated. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Davis was killed Sunday, Jan. 10, 1960, in an automobile accident in Newhall, California. Born in Benson, he was a former member of the air force. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. A. V. Davis, Phoenix; five sisters, Sandra and Lucy Davis, both of Phoenix; Mrs. Irene Hicks, Phoenix; and Mrs. Mary Gainer and Mrs. Wanda Burton, both of Los Angeles; and two brothers, Donald and Winford, both of Phoenix. AZ Republic 15 January 1960.

DAVISSON, Lloyd V., 68, Mesa, Wednesday, 27 January 1960

DAY, Herbert

Springerville -- Funeral services for Herbert Day, 65, who died Sunday, Jan. 10, 1960, in a Phoenix hospital were in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Eagar. Mr. Day, born in Springerville, lived in this area all his life. A trucker and mechanic, in later years he specialized in repair of windmills. He is survived by his wife, Grace; two daughters, Mrs. Lorene Thompson and Mrs. Caroline Trammell; and four grandchildren, all of Springerville; and four brothers, Frances, St. Johns, Sam, Provo, Utah, Loren in New Mexico and Thomas, Michigan. The AZ Republic 12 Jan 1960.

De La OSSA, Joseph Vincent

Winterhaven, Calif. -- Requiem mass for Joseph Vincent De La Ossa, 74, who died in the El Centro, Calif., hospital, was sung in St. Mary's Catholic Church here. Born in Benson, Mr. De La Ossa had lived in Arizona most of his life before moving to California. He was a miner. He is survived by a brother and two sisters living in Los Angeles, and a niece, Mrs. Ione S. Wilson, Yuma. Burial in Yuma Cemetery. AZ Republic Friday, January 22, 1960.

DELL, Ronald Paul

Tempe -- Funeral services for Ronald Paul Dell, 15, will be today in the Seventh-day Adventist Church here, with the Rev. Henry B. Davis officiating. Burial wil be in Iola, Kansas. The youth died late Saturday as the result of a fall while mountain climbing near Saguaro Lake. Born in Wadsworth, Ohio, he had been in Arizona three years. He was a student at Thunderbird Seventh-day Adventist Academy in Paradise Valley. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Gwynore Dell and two sisters at home, Maryann and Patricia. Tuesday, February 2, 1960.

DEL RE, Pasquale

Requiem mass for Pasquale (Pat) Del Re, 73, who died Friday, Jan. 8, 1960, at his home, was at St. Catherine's Catholic Church. Rosary at Bloom's South Phoenix Chapel. Mr. Del Re had been a resident of the Valley since 1954, coming to Arizona from Moundsville, N. Y. He was a nativve of Italy. He was founder and partner in the Del Re Surplus Stores in the Valley. Survivors include his wife, Mary, Moundsville; two daughters, Mrs. Valla Vaso and Mrs. Amelia Robinson; a brother, Nick, all of Cleveland, Ohio; 27 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 10 Jan 1960.

DERRICK, Thomas H.

Globe -- Funeral services for Thomas H. Derrick, 75, were at Walker's Globe Mortuary conducted by the Odd Fellows Lodge. Burial in Globe Cemetery. Mr. Derrick died Saturday, Jan. 9, 1960, at the Gila General Hospital. He was a retired carpenter and had lived in the area for the past 16 years. He is survived by a niece, Mrs. Doris Withrow, in California. The AZ Republic 11 Jan 1960.

Des AUTELS, Phebee C.

Services and burial for Mrs. Phebee C. Des Autels, 71, who died yesterday in a Maryvale hospital, will be in El Paso, Texas. A native of Detroit, Michigan, she came to Phoenix a year ago and resided at 7701 W. Mitchell. She was a retired school teacher and had taught in El Paso for 26 years. Survivors include the husband, James; a son, Van Des Autels, also of Phoenix; and two brothers, H. A. Van Tassel, El Paso and James B. Van Tassel, Laurel, Mississippi. A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary is in charge of local arrangements. Published in the Arizona Republic June 11, 1962.


Services for Paul Dickason, 73, retired Maricopa County Superior Court clerk who died in a Phoenix hospital January 7, 1960, were in the Chapel of the Garden at Mercer Mortuary. Burial in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Dickason had been a resident of the Salt River Valley for 40 years. He was born in Kansas and was a veteran of World War I. Survivors include three sons, Milton R. and Samuel K., both of Phoenix, and Van H. in Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Mary Patrick, Phoenix; a brother, John, in California; and seven grandchildren. The AZ Republic 11 Jan 1960.

DICKEY, William Dan, Sr.

William Dan Dickey, Sr., 72, a winter visitor from Darby, Pennsylvania, died yesterday at the Phoenix Veterans Administation Hospital. Mr. Dickey, a native of Beachton, Georgia, was graduated from the Hampton (VA) Institute as a printer. He worked at the Remington Arms munitions plant in Chester, Pennsylvania, before entering the army for overseas services in World War I. He was superintendent of Eden Cemetery in Collindale, Pennsylvania, for 20 years and later was employed as a dispatcher by the Radio Corporation of America in Camden, N. J. He is survived by his wife, Estelle Ashley Dickey; two sons, William D., Jr., of Phoenix, and Earl of Philadelphia; two daughters, Mrs. Gwendolyn Young of Darby, and Mrs. Eleanor D. Ragsdale of Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Bullock of Rocky Mound, N. C., and Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson of Santa Monica, California; four brothers, Thomas of Phoenix, Lloyd of Los Angeles, and Roosevelt and Rhett, both of Cleveland; and 10 grandchildren. Services will be today in Ragsdale Mortuary's Chapel in the Valley, 1100 E. Jefferson. The Rev. A. G. Kendrick will officiate. Burial will be in Collindale, Pennsylvania. Saturday, 9 January 1960

DICKMAN, Pearl Maria

Graveside services for Mrs. Pearl Maria Dickman, 52, who died January 21, 1960, in Memorial Hospital, were at Memory Lawn Cemetery. The Rev. Garth Shay officiated. A native of Monroe County, Kentucky, Mrs. Dickman came to Phoenix 15 years ago from Crawfordsville, Indiana. She lived at 3810 W Lincoln. Survivors include her husband, Fred, Phoenix; two daughters, Mrs. G. J. Cox, Darlington, Indiana, and Mrs. C. L. Clark, Phoenix; a son, Louis Dale, Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. H. W. Floyd, Phoenix, and Mrs. James Harrington, Crawfordsville; two brothers, Harrison and Harley, living in Indiana and 11 grandchildren. A. L. Moore and Son Mortuary was in charge of arrangments. The AZ Republic 22 January 1960.

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