All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

CABELL (also CABEL) Mrs. Roy Smith

Mrs. Roy Smith Cabell, 86, who was born in North Carolina, died Friday, June 14, 1973, in St. Luke's Hospital. She was a direct descendant of the Indian Princess Pocahontas and Capt. John Smith. Her parents and grandparents were of the Smith and Cabell families who founded Jamestown, Virginia. Her father's name was Orthodox Creed Smith. Mrs. Cabel came to Phoenix in 1939 from Washington, D.C. She had no known close survivors. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. 6/15/1974.

CAMPBELL, Phillip Jack, Sr.

Phillip Jack Campbell, Sr., 67, a services station manager in Phoenix for 28 years, died Saturday, June 15, 1974. Sons, Michael and Phillip; a brother; and two grandchildren. Services were in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Private cremation. 6/19/1974.

CAMRUD, Janey M.

Janey M. Camrud, 46, was born in Phoenix and died Sunday, June 9, 1974, in her home after a long illness. Husband, Ed; children, Ron and Lisa Camrud; a sister, Mrs. Betty Johnson; brothers, Jack and Joe Swift; and two granddaughters. Services in Faith Lutheran CHurch. Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. Private cremation. 6/11/1974.

CANTER, Myrtle

Mrs. Myrtle Canter, 43, died Friday, June 14, 1974, in John C. Lincoln Hospital. Husband, Garrett H.; children, Gary Canter, Robert, Carl, and Suzan Lee and Mrs. Wayne Hardwick; two sisters and a brother; and four grandchildren. Private cremation. 6/15/1974.

CARDONE, Angelina

Angelina Cardone, 79, of Scottsdale, died Tuesday, June 18, 1974. Children, John, Michael, Lucy Gregorio, Theresa Estright; two brothers and two sisters; three grandsons and three great-grandchildren. Mass in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial in Green Acres Cemetery. 6/19/1974.


Mrs. Jennie J. Cardwell, 84, of 8217 E. Roma AVe., died Friday, June 7, 1974, inScottsdale Memorial Hospital. Son, George Pritchard; a daughter, Mrs. Margie Powers, two sisters out of state; and grandchildren. Messinger Mortuary. Burial in Paradise Memorial Gardens. 6/9/1974.


Casa Grande -- Hazel M. Carlton, 77, died Friday, June 29, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. A native of Phoenix, Mrs. Carlton was a 1917 graduate of Tempe Normal School, now Arizona State University, and a 1921 graduate of the University of Wisconsin. Husband, Thomas M.; son, Keith; daughters, Mrs. Lael Carlton and Mrs. Cleo Goff; a brother, Bruce Tompkins; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Rider; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Cole and Maud Mortuary of Casa Grande. 6/30/1974.


Anna M. Carnovale, 78, was born in Acqaro, Italy, and died Thurs., Oct. 24, 1974, in Doctors Hospital. She came to Phoenix from Geneva, N.Y., in 1958. Children, Tony, Peter, Joseph, Bruno, Mrs. Mary Burry and Mrs. Rose Kosier; 14 grandchildren and a great-grandson. Rosary was in Sunset Chapel. Mass was in the Church of St. Agnes, 1954 N. 14th St. Entombment in St. Francis Mausoleum. 10/26/1974.


John Carpenter, 42, of 2319 W. Turney, died Thursday, July 4, 1974, at Good Samaritan Hospital. Children, Michael, Steven, Scott, and Denise; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Carpenter; a brother and a sister. Graveside services at Greenwood Memorial Park, 2300 W. Van Buren. 7/7/1974.

CARR, Donald

Donald Carr, 36, was born in Phoenix and died Monday, Oct. 21, 1974, in Memorial Hospital. Sons, Ronald, Charles and Previn; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Carr; brothers, Alfred, Freddie and Joel; sisters, Velma Carr and Mrs. DeLois Fair. Services were in St. John Insitutional Baptist Church. Webber & Sons Mortuary. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. 10/25/1974.

CARROLL, Ray J. (Raphael)

11 Sep 1911 - 1 July 1974
Ray J. Carroll, 62, died Monday, July 1, 1974, in Boswell Memorial Hospital. He had served asn an Army sergeant overseas in World War II and was a technical writer for a farm implement firm in Racine, Wisconsin. Wife, Edythe; children, Mrs. Inez Maki, Patrick, Terrence, Richard and Edward; a brother, Gene; another brother and a sister. Burial in Delavan, Wisconsin. 7/3/1974.

CARTER, Elizabeth Ann
CARTER, George E.
HOFFMAN, Hortense

Williams -- George E. Carter, 46, his wife, Elizabeth Ann Carter, 45, her parents, George Hoffman, 70, his wife, Hortense Hoffman, 68, were killed Friday, June 21, 1974, in an airplane crash in Denver as they flew to Boulder, Colorado, for a wedding. Mr. Carter, of Williams, was the Williams-Ashfork-Texaco distributor for the past six years. He was a member of the Ashfork Unified School District Board of Trustees. He came to Arizona 40 years ago. Survivors include a brother, Fred, and two other brothers and four sisters out of state.
His wife, Elizabeth, was a member of the Parent Teacher Association. Survivors of Mr. and Mrs. Carter include sons, George, Jr., Paul, Donald and James; daughters, Mrs. Annette Cribbs and Carol Carter.
Mr. Hoffman, of Kingman, was a retired maintenance man. He had attended Emporia, Kansas, State Teachers College.
His wife, Hortense, was employed as a clerk. Survivors of Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman include sons, James, John, Michael and Charles; a daughter, Mrs. Larissa Baxter, and 19 grandchildren. Walker's Funeral Home. Mass was in St. Joseph's Church in Williams. Burial in the KNights of Pythias Cemetery. 6/24/1974.

CASE, Wilma Jean

Mrs. Wilma Jean Case, 29, died June 27, 1974, in her home at 2002 N. 51 St. She was an assembler for Motorola, Inc. Son, Bill Don Johnson; parents, Mr. Jolin W. Case and Mrs. Ruby Peaney; and a brother out of state. Private services and cremation. 7/7/1974.

CASEY, Alpha W.

Alpha W. Casey, 60, a claims examiner 10 years for the Arizona State Compensation Fund, died Tuesday, June 25, 1974. She retired last month. Mrs. Casey came to Tucson 30 years ago and moved to Phoenix 17 years ago from Prescott. Daughter, Crystal M. Casey, survives. A.L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. Private cremation. 6/27/1974.

CASKEY, Grace L.

Sun City -- Grace L. Caskey, 86, of 9105 Lockland Court, died Tuesday, June 18, 1974 in Valley View Hospital. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Katherine C. Wolfram. Services and burial were in Hampton, N.J. 6/22/1974.

CASS, Myrtle S.

Services for Myrtle S. Cass, 82, who came to Phoenix 70 years ago from Kansas, were in the First Christian Church, 6750 N. Seventh Ave. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary handled arrangements. Mrs. Cass of 1616 W. Glendale, died Tuesday, July 16, 1974, in Beatitudes Care Center. She was a medical secretary and secretary for Phoenix Elementary School District 1 until retiring in 1959. Thursday, July 18, 1974.


Glendale -- Scripture services for Naomi L. Cassidy, 54, who had been organist at the Church of St. Mark and Ss. Simon & Jude Cathedral, were in Grimshaw Bethay Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home, Phoenix. Mass was in the Church of St. Louis the King, 4331 W. Maryland. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. Cassidy of 6821 N. 45h Ave., died Monday, July 15, 1974, in Glendale Samaritan Hospital. She also had been organist for St. Mary's Cathedral in her native Wichita, Kansas. Survivors include her husband, Woodrow C.; children, Giles, John, Christopher, David, Mrs. Marcia Powers and Mrs. Regina Ringler; her mother, Mrs. Regina Holsey; and four grandchildren. Thursday, July 18, 1974.

CATLIN, Willard Edwin

Sun City -- Willard Edwin Catlin, 68, who received his doctorate in organic chemistry from Iowa State University, died Friday, June 21, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. He had been with the duPont Corp. 30 years in Gibbstown, N.J. Wife, Louis; children, Mrs. Marjory Howe, Ruth, Daniel and Dr. Joseph C. Catlin; two brothers and a sister; and five grandchildren. Services were in Lakeview United Methodist Church. Private burial. 6/26/1974.

CHASE, Frank A.

Frank A. Chase, 87, a retired steel worker, died Thursday, July 4, 1974, at Maricopa General Hospital. He lived in Arizona 28 years. Children, Frank, Jr.; Kathryn Shelar, Helen Dressler, Margaret Beckett, Rozelle Edwards; two sisters; 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren. Services at the First Baptist Church of Glendale. Private burial. 7/6/1974.

CHAVEZ, Mauricio Jose

Mauricio J. Chavez, 36, a member of Teamsters Union Local 83, died Sat., June 8, 1974, of an illness in Doctors Hospital. He was also a member of Operating Engineers Union Local 428. He came to Phoenix 16 years ago after serving in the Army. Wife, Gloria; children, Charlotte and Christopher; a brother, Joe; sisters, Mrs. Mary Hosttter and Mrs. Cora Gallegos. Mass was in the Church of St. Agnes. Arizona Funeral Home. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. 6/15/1974.


Tempe -- Grace Chestnutt, 64, who had lived in the Valley 25 years, died June 13, 1974, in Los Angeles. Husband, M. P.; children, Charles, Ralph, James, Doris, Easnell and Cozay; a brother, Alvin McLain; and ten grandchildren. Services in Emmanuel Church of God, 1537 W. Buckeye, Phoenix. Webber & Sons Mortuary. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. 6/21/1974.


Ora E. Chinn, 87, died Wed., Oct. 23, 1974, in a Phoenix hospital. Survived by her children, Mrs. Allene ROgers, Mrs. Bonnie Foster, Mrs. Irene Purlia, Vernon Chinn and Howard Eller; a brother; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services and burial were in Newark, Arkansas. 10/24/1974.

CHISLER, Jesse Woodrow

Services for Jesse Woodrow Chisler, 60, a machinist who had retired from Reynolds Metals, were in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Chisler, of 839 S. 30th Drive, died Monday, July 15, 1974, in Phoenix Baptist Hospital. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3715. Survivors include his wife, Myrtle; children, William, Raymond, Dennis, Walter, Margaret Anderson and Patricia Rogers; a sister, Mary Neville; and a brother, Raymond; three other sisters in Ohio; 26 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Thursday, July 18, 1974.

CHOKEY, Juanita Delores

Mesa -- Juanita Delores Chokey, 80, a retired secretary, died Tuesday, June 25, 1974, in a Mesa hospital. Husband, Edward; a nephew, Robert W. Peck; and a niece, Mrs. Gerald Slump. Gibbons Bunker Mortuary. Private cremation. 6/27/1974.

CHRIST, Cecilia Louise

Cecilia Louise Christ, 67, of 1508 W. Surrey, died Sunday, June 30, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Children, Mrs. Marion F. Thorsby, Mrs. Betty Walsh, Mrs. Anne May, Donald Christ, and Rev. Harold Reush; two brothers; and 14 grandchildren. Hansen Mortuary. Mass in Most Holy Trinity Church. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. July 2, 1974.


Mesa -- Services for George Fredrick Christeson, 83, were Friday in Paradise Chapel, 3934 E. Indian School, Phoenix. Cremation followed. Mr. Christeson, 668 S. El Dorado, died Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1974, in Fellowship Haven Nursing Home, Phoenix. He was a retired farmer and rancher from Missouri. Survivors include his children, Donald and Mrs. Prentice Hendrix; a sister; three grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. 10/24/1974.


Mary Ciccaglioni, 89, a retired seamstress, died Monday, July 15, 1974, in a Phoenix nursing home. She was a member of the Church of St. Francis Xavier. Survivors include daughter, Mrs. Carolina Scelso; two grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services and burial were in Los Angeles. Arcadia Funeral Home. 7/17/1974.


Central -- Zola Claridge, 77, died Saturday, June 15, 1974, in a Tucson hospital. She was born and reared in Thatcher, attended Thatcher schools and graduated from the "Old Gila Academy." She and her late husband owned and operated the Hawk Canyon Ranch on the Mineral Strip and farmed in the Gila Valley. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Son, Gerol; sister, Mrs. Ora DeCocine and one out of state; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Caldwell Funeral Home of Safford. Burial in the Central Cemetery. 6/19/1974.

CLARK, Glenn C.

Parker -- Glenn C. Clark, 61, a retired Marine, died Friday, July 5, 1974, in the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. No immediate survivors. Services and Burial in Ravenna, Ohio. 7/7/1974.

CLARK, Morris Egbert

Morris Egbert Clark, 71, a restaurant and motel owner in Winslow from 1929 until the 1940s, died Tuesday, July 9, 1974, in his home at 2543 E. Highland. He was a past noble grand of the Odd Fellows in Winslow, a member of the Winslow Rotary and Unity Church in Phoenix. Wife, Nellie; children, Mrs. Shirley Balentine, Melvin and Carl; four sisters; 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mercer Mortuary. Private cremation. 7/10/1974.

CLARK, Raymond C.

Raymond C. Clark, 72, died Thurs., July 4, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. Clark, of 4709 N. 44th St., formerly owned the Ray C. Clark Supply Co. here. Wife, Frances; a brother and a sister. Private services in Paradise Chapel. Private cremation. 7/6/1974.

CLIVER, Calvin Paul,

Services for Calvin Paul Cliver, 76, a locomotive engineer who had retired after 50years with the Santa Fe Railroad, were in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Cliver of 4235 E. McDowell, who lived 42 years in Winslow, died Sunday, July 14, 1974, in Nice, California. Survivors include his wife, Vera; a son, Jack; a grandson and a great-granddaughters. Thursday, July 18, 1974.

COBB, Delbert Charles

Delbert Charles Cobb, 54, died Tuesday, June 25, 1974, in Phoenix General Hospital. He had been a truck driver 25 years for Consolidated Freightways and was an Army veteran of World War II. Wife, Twyla; sons, Delbert and James; three brothers, Lloyd, Richard and Bill; three sisters, Helen Swinney, Stella Massey and Mildred Stazenski. Services were in Green Acres Glendale Chapel. Burial in Resthaven Park. 6/28/1974.