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

HAHN, Michael Alexander, 77, 24 January 1960

HALE, Morris, Services pending. 7 January 1960 announcement only

HALEY, Phillip W.

Rites will be tomorrow for Phillip W. (Tommy) Haley, 18, of 3635 E. Southern, who died Sunday, January 31, 1960, in Nogales, Arizona, hospital. Services will be in Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. Mr. Haley, who came to Arizona from his native Arkansas 15 years ago, had been employed by a Phoenix roofing company. Friends may call at the mortuary today and until time of services tomorrow. Burial will be in East Resthaven Park. Survivors are his wife, Carolyn; a son, Phillip Warren, Jr.; his mother, Mrs. Virginia Hunt; his father, D. W. Haley; a sister, Miss Barbara Haley; and two brothers, David W., Jr. and Bry??, Phoenix; and another ??ert, Fort Campbell. The Arizona Republic Tuesday, 2 February 1960.

HALL, Donald F.

Donald F. Hall, 48, of 1534 W. Adams, died yesterday (Jan. 15, 1960) in Good Samaritan Hospital. Born in North Olmstead, Ohio, Mr. Hall came to Phoenix in 1944. A truck driver for Pacific Motor Transport Co., he was a member of Teamsters Local No. 104. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; three children, Richard, Harvey, and Carol, all of Phoenix; and a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Turner, Richmond, Virginia. The Rev. Paul Alexander will officiate at services Monday in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Gardens. The Arizona Republic Saturday, 16 January 1960, p. 52

HALLMAN, Terrell Henry

Funeral services for Terrell Henry Hallman, 56, who died Monday, Jan 11, 1960, were in the Camelback Chapel and Funeral Home. Mr. Hallman was a truck serviceman. Burial in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. He is survived by his wife, Donna; a son, J. Hallman, Sapulpa, Oklahoma, and two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Claire and Mrs. Thelma Hallman, both of Clearwater, Florida. The AZ Republic 14 Jan 1960.

HAMILTON, John Leslie

John Leslie Hamilton, 78, a native of Topeka, Kansas, moved to Douglas in 1917 to work for Phelps Dodge Corp. He retired in 1948 and had been a prospector since then. Wife, Pearl; daughter, Mrs. Lillian Johnson of Chicago; son, Maj. Jack Hamilton of Orange, California; five grandchildren. Services in Douglas, Arizona. Published in the Arizona Republic June 14, 1962.


Therman Hamilton, 49, moved to Phoenix in 1945 from Wichita, Kansas. He was a World War II veteran. Wife, Ruby, daughters, Mrs. Blandena Gordon of Los Angeles and Mrs. Bernadine Porter of Wichita; sons, Therman, Jr., Donald and Ronald, all of Phoenix; sisters, Mrs. Verna WILEY of Guthrie, Okla and Mrs. Nan Lewis of Phoenix. Rev. Otis Holden will officiate. Burial in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Published in the Arizona Republic June 12, 1962.

HAMMELS, Jeanette Steinberg

Mrs. Jeanette Steinberg Hammels, 61, died January 12, 1960, in Good Samaritan Hospital. Born in New York, she moved to Phoenix in 1937. She was a retired underwriter of New York Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Hammels was the president and manager of Hotel Vinton Manor in Phoenix. She was a past president of the Soroptomist Club and a member of Queen Esther Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by her husband, Vinton; a daughter, Mrs. Jack Schiate, Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Samuel Haskes, New York, and Mrs. Benjamin Blum, Los Angeles; two brothers, Samuel Shapiro, Phoenix, and Bill Williams, New York; and four grandchildren. Services conducted by Rabbi Albert L. Plotkin and Cantor Maurice P. Chester and the Queen Esther Chapter. AZ Republic 13 Jan 1960.

HANCOCK, Benjamin L.

Yuma -- Funeral services for Benjamin Lucas Hancock, 76, who died Friday, Jan. 9, 1960, in Parkview Hospital, were in the Johnson Mortuary. He was born in Oklahoma Territory. A retired farmer, he lived in Yuma the past 15 years. He is survived by his wife, Livinia; eight sons, Earl, Caruthers, Calif., Howard, Oregon, Ray and Alfred, both of Live Oak, Calif., Haskell, Fresno, Calif., Ralph, Tujunga, Calif., and Richard and Tom, both of Yuma; five daughters, Mrs. Rachel Keith, Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Myrtle Wilson, Caruthers, Mrs. Lena Barnette, Las Vegas, Nevada, Mrs. R. D. Woodman and Mrs. Leland Hammond, both of Yuma; 41 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. The AZ Republic 12 Jan 1960.


Mrs. Edna J. Harder, 60, of 5933 Calle Del Paisana, died Friday, January 15, 1960, at her home. Mrs. Harder was born in Illinois and came to Phoenix 2 1/2 years ago. She was a member of the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church. Services were in Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. The Rev. William C. Pebler officiated. Burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, William, Aurora, Illinois; a daughter, Geraldine, Phoenix; four sisters, Mrs. Harriet Pettibone, Chicago, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, Lockport, Ill., Mrs. Minnie G. Heckler, El Paso, Texas, and Mrs. Marie Chadd, Orland Park, Ill.; and a brother, John Gosppner, Three Rivers, Michigan. 17 January 1960.

HARO, Ralph V.

Rosary for Ralph V. Haro, 63, will be conducted at the Larry J. Melcher Funeral Home. Requiem mass will be at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Mr. Haro was suffocated in a ditch cave-in in Mesa Friday morning. He was born in Sonora, Mexico, and came to Arizona 45 years ago. He had lived in Mesa since 1947. His home was at 255 N. Hibbert. Survivors include his wife, Josefa; five daughters, Mrs. Margaret Madueno, Port Hueneme, Calif., Mrs. Nellie Cuellar, Los Angeles; Mrs. Delphina Carrasco, Phoenix; and Mrs. Mary Aceves and Mrs. Sophie Hernandez, both of Mesa; and 25 grandchildren. 31 January 1960


Thomas Harrington, 86, of 1307 E. Thomas, died yesterday, January 17, 1960, at St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. Harrington had resided in Phoenix 11 years, coming here after retirement as owner of Hart and Harrington, Inc., a Chicago industrial oil firm. He was a native of Massachusetts. Surviving is his wife, Dorothy. Funeral services were held in the Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary, the Rev. E. Alexander Gray officiating. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. 18 Jan 1960.


He is survived by his wife, Oral; his mother, Mary Jane Harrison of Flora, Illinois; his son, Donald A. Harrison, Jr., of Cortez, Colorado; daughter, Wanda G. Kimbro of Phoenix; brothers, Enoch and John of Flora, Ill., and Thomas of Decatur, Ill.; sisters Dasie Hinman of Mt. Vernon, Ill., and Della Ray of Fairfield, Ill. Services in the Bethel Baptist Church. The AZ Republic 11 Jan 1960.

HARRY, Queena

Queena Harry, 77, a farmer, spent his entire life at Fort McDowell. Survived by a daughter, Louise Hood of Chicago. Rev. Edmund Nelson will officiate. Burial in Fort McDowell Cemetery. Published in the Arizona Republic June 15, 1962.

HAWKE, Arthur W., 66, Prescott, 21 January 1960

HAWKINS, Barbara

Infant daughter of Mr./Mrs. William HAWKINS. One brother, two sisters. Greenwood Cemetery. 4 January 1960 announcement only

HAYWOOD, Willie, 69, 22 January 1960

HEFLEY, Belle N.

Mesa -- Funeral services for Mrs. Belle N. Hefley, 88, native Arizonan who died in a Mesa rest home Jan. 5, 1960, were in the M. L. Gibbons Mortuary. Burial in Mesa Cemetery. Mrs. Hefley, born in Bisbee, had been a resident of the Scottsdale and Mesa areas the past 15 years. She is survived by three grandchildren, William M. Evans, Phoenix, and Mrs. E. E. Leavy and Mrs. Joe Gilligan, both of Los Angeles. 6 January 1960

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