1960 Arizona Death Certificates are online at genealogy.az.gov

GABALDON, Delores G.

Prescott -- Requiem mass for Mrs. Delores G. Gabaldon, 65, who died in a Prescott hospital Sunday, January 3, 1960, will be tomorrow in Sacred Heart Church. Rosary will be recited today in the Hampton Funeral Home. Mrs. Gabaldon, born in New Mexico, had been a resident of Prescott 25 years. She is survived by her husband, Pablo; a daughter, Caroline, Prescott; six sons, Jacob and Leonard, both of San Jose, California; Henry, Rocky and Paul, all of Prescott; and Fred Oenelas, Flagstaff; a brother, Henry Martinez, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Montoya, both of Phoenix. the Arizona Republic Tuesday, January 5, 1960.

GAGE, Ronald J.

Ronald J. Gage, 20, a former Phoenix resident, died Wednesday, Jan. 13, 1960, in Albuquerque, N. M., where he had resided for the past 10 years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gage and a brother, Wayne, all of Albuquerque; and an aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Gage of 212 W. Monte Way, Phoenix. Funeral services in the French and Fitzgerald Mortuary in Albuquerque with burial in Sunset Memorial. 18 Jan 1960.

GALLEGOS, Andy, 54, Flagstaff.

Funeral mass for Andy Gallegos, 54, will be conducted at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Rosary will be recited at the Flagstaff Mortuary. Mr. Gallegos died Friday in a Flagstaff hospital. He was born in New Mexico and had lived in Arizona for 50 years and in Flagstaff for 24 years. He was a carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Ramona; four daughters, Mrs. Soto Ayola, Mrs. Ernest Lomeli, and Gloria and Cecelia Gallegos, all of Flagstaff; two sons, Daniel, Fort Ord, Calif., and Jerry, Flagstaff; eight grandchildren; two brothers, Levi, Winslow, and Manuel, Gallup, New Mexico; three sisters, Mrs. Josephine Baca, Flagstaff, and Cecelia Gallegos and Mrs. Candida Garcia, both of Phoenix. 31 January 1960

GARCIA, Anna Maria

Mass was sung in Sacred Heart Church for Ann Maria Garcia, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clemente Garcia. The child was killed Sunday, January 24, 1960, when struck by a car at 21st Street and Sherman. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. Other survivors are two brothers, Martin and Fred; two sisters, Dolores and Delia; and her grandmothers, Mrs. Augustine Garcia and Mrs. Francis Navarro, all of Phoenix. Mortensen-Kingsley Mortuary in charge of arrangements. 26 January 1960

GARCIA, Daniel

Coolige -- Rosary for Daniel Garcia, 23, of Coolidge, who died Monday, Jan. 18, 1960, were in Cole and Maud Mortuary. Requiem mass was at St. James Catholic Church. Burial in Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Garcia, a native of Rio Grande, Texas, was killed when a boom on a crane truck touched a power line. He had lived here since 1951. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Maria Garcia; two sisters, Mrs. Manuel Rodriquez and Mrs. Reyes Murrieta; and two brothers, David and Domingo, all of Coolidge. 20 Jan 1960.


Rosary for Mrs. Mary S. GARCIA, 31, Phoenix resident for the past 17 years who died here Friday, will be recited in Colonial Chapel, Mortensen-Kingsley Mortuary, 1020 W. Washington. Mass will be sung at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament here. Burial will be in Glendale Memorial Park. Mrs. Garcia, a native of Texas, lived at 9159 W. Fillmore. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sepeda; five sons, Manuel, Martin, Benny, Jr., Johnny, and Frank; a daughter, Carmen; a brother, Chester Sepeda; and a sister, Mrs. Frances Chavez, all of Tolleson. 31 January 1960

GARCIA, Merijildo R.

Safford -- Requiem mass for Merijildo R. Garcia, 81, who died Thursday, January 21, 1960, in Safford Inn Hospital, will be sung at 10 a.m. today in the St. Rose of Lima Church. Mr. Garcia, born in Las Cruces, N. M., had lived in Safford the past 80 years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Garcia, Fort Thomas, and Mrs. Mary Antillon, Safford; four sons, Fred and Demecio, both of Geronimo *; Pete, San Manuel; and Manuel, Safford; 24 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The Arizona Republic Saturday, 23 January 1960  *Geronimo, Graham County, now a ghost town, on Highway 70 between Bylas and Ft. Thomas west of Safford. Geronimo was named after the famous indian chief and used to be a station on the Arizona-Eastern railroad. The post office was established in 1896 and closed shortly thereafter.


Tucson -- Arthur D. Gardiner, 42, who family founded the town of Gardiner, Maine, died here yesterday after a short illness. Mr. Gardiner moved here in 1953. He conducted Catholic religious study groups and was well known throughout the nation as a scholar of religious philosophy. A student of Latin, Mr. Gardiner translated many Latin documents in the field of theology. He was graduated from Harvard University in 1939. Mr. Gardiner was stricken with polio in 1950 but confinued his studies. He did graduate work at Harvard, Stanford University, and the Univeristy of Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Mary; his mother, Mrs. Robert H. Gardiner, Gardiner; a sister, Mrs. Marc Peter Jr, Los Angeles; and five brothers, Robert, Milton, Mass; John, Topsfield, Mass, Charles, Manchester, Mass; Benjamin, New York City; and Henry, Cambridge, Mass. Rosary will be recited here tomorrow and mass will be sung Monday. Burial will be in Gardiner. The Arizona Republic Saturday, 9 Jan 1960.

GARRETT, Ethel Elizabeth

Winslow -- Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Elizabeth Garrett, 72, who died in Winslow Memorial Hospital, Friday, Jan. 15, 1960, were at the First Methodist Church. Burial in Desert View Cemetery. Mrs. Garrett came to Winslow in 1911 and had been active in politics and the Parent-Teacher Association and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. She also was a member of the Winslow Women's Club, the Women's Benefit Association, and the American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors include a son, Dennis J. Sweeney, Winslow; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Wade, Quonset Point, R. I.; a brother, Walter Runkle, Los Ageles; and two sisters, Mrs. Frances Barnhardt, St. Louis, and Mrs. Hattie Cochran, Santa Fe Springs, California. 18 Jan 1960.


J. D. Gillum, 45, a Miami resident ten years, was born in Rose, Oklahoma. Wife, Iva; sons, Delane and Kenneth; daughters, Mrs. Alice Culpepper of Claypool and Caroline and Vera of Miami; brothers, Roy of Claypool; George and Arthur; five sisters out of state. Rev. E. Berrey will officiate. Burial in Pryor, Oklahoma. Published in the Arizona Republic June 12, 1962.

GINN, J. Allen, Sr.

J. Allen GINN, Sr., nationally known horseman, died Thursday night in Good Samaritan Hospital at the age of 62. Mr. Ginn, a native of Timpson, Texas, came to the Valley 38 years ago from Longview, Texas. In the late '20's he built the houses in the Del Norte tract across from Encanto Park. He was an outstanding breeder of Palomino and walking horses and had served as president of the Palomino Horse Association of Arizona. Among the many champions he raised was Gold Moon Jr. Mr. Ginn had participated in 10 Tournament of Roses parades in Pasadena, Calif., and had been active for many years in the Horse Lovers Club and all-Palomino horse shows. He rode in the annual Wickenburg Desert Caballeros' 120-mile horse trek and in the Santa Barbara, Calif., ride. He was a member of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Posse, the Elks Lodge, and the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Ginn's ranch was located in the Wittman area, although he made his home in Phoenix at 1533 W. Camelback.
He is survived by his wife, Nannie Pearl; a son, Dr. J. Allen GINN, Jr., Phoenix, president of Doctors, Inc.; a daughter, Mrs. Donald JONES of Honolulu; a brother, Edward GINN, Phoenix; three sisters, Mrs. Lyda POUNDER, Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Olie COOPER, Tyler, Texas; and Mrs. H. C. ALTON, Alice, Texas; and seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 30 January 1960. Funeral services for J. Allen GINN, Sr., 62, nationally known horseman, who died Thursday in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at First Church of Christ, 801 N. Central. Graveside services will be conducted by the Phoenix Elks Lodge at Greenwood Memorial Park. 31 January 1960

GLASHINE, Sylvester Lawrence

Sylvester Lawrence Glashine, 75, a retired farmer, moved to Phoenix five years ago. Services will be in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, his former home. Daughters, Mrs. Dwight (Margery) Snyder and Mrs. Rolland (Loretta) H. Hayward, both of Phoenix. Published in the Arizona Republic June 14, 1962.

GOMEZ, Antonio

Antonio Gomez, 86, died at Prescott Hospital. Born in Mexico, he moved to Prescott 50 years ago. He was a retired Santa Fe railroad employe. Survivors, wife, Beatrice; sons, Antonio, Jr., Ernest, Johnny Carranza and Larry Gomez; daughters, Virginia Folston, Mrs. Carolyn Dominguez, Mrs. Georgia Rivera; stepson, John Carranza. Burial in IOOF Cemetery. Published in the Arizona Republic June 15, 1962.

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