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

KAAS, Ames M., 54, Mesa, Sunday, 24 January 1960


Mrs. Eve Karant, 48, died January 7, 1960, in a Phoenix hospital. A violinist for the Phoenix Symphony Orghestra, Mrs. Karant, who was born in New York City, came to Phoenix in 1957. She resided at 1734 E. Claremont. She is survived by her husband, David S. Karant; a son, Barry, Phoenix; and two sisters and a brother in New York. Services and burial in New York. The AZ Republic 8 Janaury 1960.


Joseph Kartarik, 64 (?), of 2937 W. Colter, died Monday, January 25, 1960, in his home. Requiem mass was at SS. Simon and Jude Catholic Church. Rosary was at Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary. Mr. Kartarik, a native of Czechoslovakia, came to Phoenix a year ago from Mahtomedi, Minnesota, where he owned a tool and die company for 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Bernice; five daughters, Mrs. Patrick O'Boyle, St. Paul Park, Minn., Mrs. David Fairibault, and Betty Kartarik, both of St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Mike Jensen, White Bear Lake, Minn.; and Cynthia Kartarik, Phoenix; four sons, Henry, White Bear Lake, Robert, St. Paul Parks, and John and Gregory, both of Phoenix; a brother and sister out of state and 12 grandchildren. The AZ Republic 26 January 1960.


Arnold Kartevold, 48, moved to Arizona three years ago from Washington and resided in Mesa. He was a native of Glendive, Montana. Wife, Lorraine; mother, Mrs. Hanna KARTEVOLD of Glendive; son, Richard of Mesa; brothers, Obert and John, both of Glendive; sisters, Mrs. Margaret Turner of Elk Grove, Illinois and Mrs. Kora Kampton of Billings, Montana. Burial in Glendive, Montana. the Arizona Republic June 15, 1962.

KEENEY, Emerson R.

Funeral services for Emerson R. Keeney were in the Mercer Mortuary. Mr. Keeney, 72, died in his home Friday, Jan. 8, 1960. He was born in Illinois and came to Arizona two years ago. He was a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife, Anna; two sons, Ralph of Phoenix and Donald of Rockton, Illinois; and six grandchildren. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. Sunday, 10 Jan 1960.

KEESLAR, Jessie G.

Jessie G. Keeslar, 72, was born in Terra Blanca, N. M., lived in Cripple Creek, Colo. and came to Arizona in 1902. She lived in Ash Fork and Williams before moving to Buckeye in 1928. A daughter (illegible); two brothers, Archie BROWN of Yarnell and Orville BROWN of Goodyear; Mrs. KEESLAR was a member of the Rebekah Lodge at Buckeye. Rev. Roy MYRICK will officiate. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery, Prescott. Published in the Arizona Republic June 12, 1962.

KELLEY, Philip S., 69, Friday, 22 January 1960

KELLY, Jerrold T.

Private funeral services were held for Jerrold Thomas Kelly, 47, who died Sunday, Jan. 31, 1960, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. 2nd Ave. Mr. Kelly was a graduate of Williams College and attended the Chicago Latin School for Boys. A member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, he had served in the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. At the time of his death, he was connected with a hosiery company. Surviving are his wife, Helen; a daughter, Laul, Phoenix; and a son, Hawn, Barrington, Illinois. The AZ Republic Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1960.

KELLY, Michael P.

Funeral services for Michael Patrick Kelly, 6-week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Kelly, 3012 W. Loren Lane, were at Lundberg-Hansen Mortuary Chapel, 2 E. Dunlap, Sunnyslope. The infant died Saturday, January 16, 1960, at his home. The Rev. J. W. Gaston officiated. Burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery. The AZ Republic Jan. 18, 1960.

KELTON, Kenneth O.

Kenneth O. Kelton, 52, a native of Tucson, married Ruth M. Brown in April 1935. Survived by wife, Ruth; mother, Mrs. Eleanor KELTON of Tucson; brothers, Frank of Dallas, Texas and Raymond of Wagner, Nebraska. Canon George McNeill RAY will officiate. Place of burial undecided. Published in the Arizona Republic June 16, 1962.

KILE, Evalyn P.

Private funeral services for Mrs. Evalyn P. Kile, 85, who died Tuesday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur MULVEY, were conducted yesterday. Mrs. Kile, born in Coles County, Illinois, had been a resident of Prescott two years. Besides her daughter, she is survived by two sons, John in Texas, and Paul, Winslow; and a sister living out of state. Thursday, 21 January 1960


Arefonzo Kimbler, father of Mrs. Herbert Dillistone, Russell, Kentucky, Mrs. Leonard Willoughby, Phoenix, Mrs. Esther K. Gunnell, Murray, Utah, Nathaniel Omer Kimbler, Frankfort, Kentucky, Levin B. Kimbler, Robertsdale, Alabama, Raymond Kimbler, Chillicothe, Ohio; brother of Mrs. Tubal Manning, Wheelersburgh, Ohio. Services conducted by Bishop Joe R. Dana in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment in Rosehill Cemetery, Ashland, Kentucky. The AZ Republic 12 Jan 1960.


Funeral services for George Jefferson Kimbrough, 74, who died Monday (18 Jan 1960) in his home, 4625 S. Third St., will be tomorrow in Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. A native of Texas, Mr. Kimbrough, who came here in 1913 from Brownwood, Texas, was a retired construction worker. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Kimbrough is survived by his wife, Effie; four sons, Andrew, Sacramento, California, James, Springfield, Missouri, Harvey, San Diego, CA, and Ray, Florence; three brothers and four sisters, all living out of state; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The Arizona Republic Tuesday, January 19, 1960.


Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn Kindles, 68, of 1602 E. Jackson, who died in a Phoenix hospital Wednesday, January 6, 1960, were at Ragsdale Mortuary's Chapel of the Valley, 1100 E. Jefferson. The Rev. A. G. Kendrick officiated. Burial in Wichita, Kansas. Mrs. Kindles came to Phoenix from Wichita in 1949. She was a member of the First Institutional Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Cobbins, of Phoenix, and Mrs. Cora Richards of Oklahoma City; a brother, Theopolis Fisher, of Phoenix; and six sisters, Mrs. Anna Willis of Phoenix, Mrs. Anna Lyons, and Mrs. Ora Warren, both of Bakersfield, Calif., Mrs. Connie Hawkins of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Mal . . . (cuts off here) The AZ Republic Jan. 9, 1960.

KING, Marshall Claude

Services and burial for Marshall Claude King, 48, of 5249 S. Central, will be in Long Beach, California, according to Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. Friends may call at the mortuary from 3 to 9 p.m. today. Mr. King, who died in a Phoenix hospital yesterday (January 22, 1960), lived in Kingman and Phoenix during the past year, coming to Arizona from Long Beach. A former member of the merchant marine, he was a chef. He is survived by his wife, Juanita; a son, Gale Lee, Long Beach; and a sister, Virginia Durrer, Ogden, Utah. The Arizona Republic Saturday, 23 January 1960

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