All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

MACIA, Edith A.

Prescott -- Mrs. Edith A. Macia, 89, died Wed., July 17, 1974, in Yavapai Community Hospital. She was born in Leadville, Colorado, and attended the University of Arizona in 1901. She lived in Arizona for 88 years. She lived in Tombstone for 50 years and was postmistress from 1928 to 1936. She lived in Prescott the last 11 years. Children, Harry, Mrs. Norma Rockfellow and Mrs. Betty Newell; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Memory Chapel. Cremation was at Mountain View Crematory. 7/20/1974.

MACIAS, Donaciano

Donaciano Macias, 74, died Monday, Oct. 21, 1974, in a Phoenix hospital. He lived in Arizona 52 years. Children, Tony L., Belinda Lopez, Mrs. Virginia Estrada, Mrs. Estefana Guerrero, Mrs. Mary M. Douglas and Mrs. M. L. Mendez; 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. Mass in Immaculate Heart Church. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. 10/24/1974.

MADDEN, Robert N.

Youngtown -- Robert N. Madden, 60, died Thurs., June 13, 1974, in Maryvale Samaritan Hospital. He had been employed in the home office of the Valley National Bank for nine years. He was a member of Maryvale Elks Lodge 2369, American legion, and Veterans of Foreign Wars. He retired as a first sergeant after serving in the Army in World War II and Korea. Wife, Mildred; children, Tom, Mrs. Roberta Johnson, and Mrs. Linda Neice; a sister; and 11 grandchildren. Lundberg Sunland Chapel. Burial in Sunland Cemetery. 6/15/1974.

MAGEE, John Herbert

John Herbert Magee, 76, died Sunday, June 16, 1974, in the San Diego Hospital His 30year Naval career included World Wars I & II. He retired as a gunnery officer in 1950 and was on the maintenance staff at Arizona State University for 15 years. He was a 32nd degree Mason, a member of the Blue Ridge Lodge in Virginia and a charter member of the Sciots in San Diego. Wife, Alice E.; children, Mrs. Donna Lee Canipe, Mrs. Catherine Hickey, Helen and Herman Magee; a sister and a brother; 20 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. No services. He willed his body to the University of California for cancer research. His ashes were scattered at sea. 6/19/1974.

MAHLING, Mildred

Mrs. Mildred Mahling, 60, of 6110 N. 19th Ave., died Sunday, June 16, 1974, in National Health Enterprises Community Hospital. Daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Marino, and two grandchildren. Services and burial were in Nashville, Tennessee. Grimshaw Bethany Mortuary. 6/17/1974.

MALLORY, Albert S.

9 Nov 1903 - 28 June 1974
Tombstone -- Albert S. Mallory, 70, a retired transportation manager, died Friday, June 28, 1974, in Sierra Vista Hospital. Wife, Julia, and a brother out of state. Hatfield Funeral Home. Services in Holland Patene, N.Y. Burial in Barneveld, N.Y. 6/30/1974.

MALLORY, Murrel N.

Sun City -- Murrel N. Mallory, 67, died Wed., June 5, 1974, in Boswell Hospital. Mr. Mallory had been an appellate conferee 32 years with the Internal Revenue Service. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Wife, Evelyn; children, Mrs. Joanne Troy, David and James; and a sister. Services in St. Christopher Episcopal Church. Private burial. 6/7/1974.


Leonard Mangiaracina, 77, a retired shoemaker, died Friday, June 7, 1974, in Desert Samaritan Hospital. Wife, Rose; sons, Peter and Angelo; a sister out of state; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Meldrum Mortuary. Services and burial in Long Island, N.Y. 6/9/1974.

MANGINO, Charles J.

Charles J. Mangino, 61, manager of the Chez Nous Cocktail Lounge, died Sunday, June 30, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Mangino came to Phoenix 54 years ago from his native Boundbrook, N.J. He was a graduate of Phoenix Union High School and was a member of Bartender, Hotel and Restaurant Local 631 and Elks Lodge 476 in Yuma. Wife, Bonnie; sons John and Gary Mangino; stepchildren, Barry, Alan, Kevin, Shane and Susan Fleming; his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Mangino; brothers, Jimmy, John, Tony and Louie; a sister, Mrs. Anna Clark; and five grandchildren. Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home. Mass in the Church of St. Francix Xavier. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. July 2, 1974.

MANNING, Isabelle A.

Isabelle A. Manning, 52, was born in Chicago and died Fri., Feb.8, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. She moved to Phoenix 32 years ago and was a member of the Most Holy Trinity Sodality. Two sons, David and Richard, both of Phoenix. Hansen Mortuary. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. 2/10/1974.

MANNON, Ralph J.

Scottsdale -- Ralph J. Mannon, 58, died Wed., Oct. 23, 1974. He was employed by Talley INdustries and was world War II veteran and a member of the Moose Lodge. Wife, Marjorie; sons, Bruce and Gary; brother, Fred W. Private services and cremation by Green Acres Mortuary. 10/25/1974.

MARKEL, William A.

William A. Markel, 55, an employe of Benson Contracting Co., died Monday, June 24, 1974. He was a member of Operating Engineers Union Local 428 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8015. Wife, Billie; a son, William, Jr.; stepchildren, Samuel Crook and Mrs. Debbie Bousman; a brother, John G., and a grandchild. Services and burial were in Memory Lawn Mortuary and Cemetery, 719 N. 27th Ave. 6/27/1974.

MARLATT, William E.

William E. Marlatt, 48, a refrigeration specialist and 16-year military man, died Sunday, June 23, 1974, in Doctors Hospital. Wife Janet, daughter Mrs. Wanda Holecek and William; brother, Harry; four sisters out of state and four grandchildren. Burial at Greenwood Memorial Park. 6/25/1974.

MARSHALL, Betty Udell

Betty Udell Marshall, 44, died Sunday, July 14, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was graduated cum laude at the University of Arizona, was president of the Washington High School Parent-Teacher Association, past secretary of Florence Crittenton Home Board, and member of Christ Church of the Ascension. Husband, James R.; children, Wendy L. Christine, Elizabeth and Britton J.; and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Britton L. Udell. She was a native of Phoenix. Services in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. Entombment in Greenwood Mausoleum. 7/16/1974.

MARSHALL, William Henry

William Henry Marshall, 10, a fifth grade student at Cholla School, died Wednesday, July 3, 1974, of an illness. Mother, Mrs. Nita Garner; father, Gary Mitchell; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshall. Graveside services in Sunland Cemetery. Hansen Mortuary. 7/4/1974.

MARTIN, Rev. Armis

Rev. Armis Martin, 63, died Saturday, July 13, 1974, in Tempe Community Hospital. He had been a furnace tender 22 years for Reynolds Metals. Wife, Mary; children, Frank. Henry, Willie the Rev. Robert Martin and Tonya Martin; five stepchildren; four sisters and three brothers. Services were in Broadway Baptist Church, 301 W. Wood. Weber & Sons Mortuary. Burial in East Resthaven Park. 7/19/1974.

MARTIN, Robert

Nogales -- Robert Martin, 38, a Nogales attorney, died Friday, July 12, 1974, at the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson. He was a native of Nogales and graduated from the University of Arizona, was a graduate of the UofA Loaw School, and a member of the state bar. He was deputy judge advocate general during his services with the U. S. armed forces. Wife, Carol; children, Christopher, Melissa and Celeste; a nephew, Thomas; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin; brothers, Arthur, Jr., Thomas, and William; sisters, Mrs. Albert Condes and Mrs. John Oder. Mass in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burail in the veterans section of the Nogales City Cemetery. 7/16/1974.

MARTIN, Shirley Mae Scott

Shirley Mae Martin, 23, was found dead last Wednesday, June 26, 1974, in a field near her home. Husband, Charles; children, Charles Jr., Sharola, Renee and Sylvia Martin; mother, Mrs. Henri Scott; father, Lawrence Scott; sister, Mrs. Alice Brown; brother, Lawrence Scott. Webber & Sons Mortuary. Greenwood Cemetery. 7/3/1974.


Mesa -- Paul L. Martinez, 51, an employe at Capitol Foundry in Tempe, died Sat., June 15, 1974, of a gunshot wound. Wife, Esperanza; children, Paul, Gabino, Mrs. Esperanza Valenzuela, Mrs. Rosie Ortiz, Mrs. Delfina Oliva and Christina and Nancy Martinez; brothers, Pete, Alfred, Ignacio and Arthur; a sister, Mrs. Manny Ayala; and four grandchildren. Mass was in Queen of Peace Church. Burial with military honors was in the Mesa City Cemetery. 6/17/1974.

MARX, Joseph N., Col.

Col. Joseph N. Marx (Army-Ret.), 81, of Phoenix, died Friday, June 28, 1974, in a local nursing home. He spent 38 years in the armed services and civil services and was a veteran of World War I and World War II. Wife, Ruth; daughter, Mrs. Joy Barr; a son, Joseph, and four grandchildren. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. 6/30/1974.


Miami -- Lee Mathis, 46, died Monday, July 8, 1974, in Miami Inspiration Hospital. He was a employe of the Inspiration Copper Co. Wife, Wanda Jean; children, Jeffrey and Lisa; sister, Mrs. Lois Chambers; three sisters and two brothers out of state. Miles Mortuary. Burial in Globe Cemetery. 7/10/1974.


Ellen C. Maxwell, 61, an accounting clerk in the claims section of the Arizona Department of Finance, died Thursday, June 13, 1974, in Scottsdale Community Hospital. Mrs. Maxwell, of 4118 E. Fillmore, was former treasurer and program chairman of the American Business Women's Association. Survivors include her husband, Frank; daughters, Mrs. Ellen Leach and Jean Maxwell; three brothers; and two grandchildren. Graveside services were in Green Acres Cemetery, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale. Published Friday, June 14, 1974, in the Arizona Republic.

MAXWELL, Charles I.

Charles L. Maxwell, 70, who had retired as a supervising foreman in 1962 after 27 years with Mountain Bell, died Tuesday, June 25, 1974, in Village Green Nursing Home. He was a member of Telephone Pioneers of America, Order of Eastern Star Chapter 5 and Masonic Lodge 707. Wife, Beatrice; a sister, Mrs. Macey Engle; a sister and a brother out of state; and three grandchildren. Burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery. 6/26/1974.

MAYER, Inez Irene

Inez Irene Mayer, 74, died Saturday, June 22, 1974, while visiting in San Diego. She was a member of the Mesa Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and Elks auxiliaries. Survived by a brother, Guy Bitner; and a sister, Mrs. Grace Neidigh. Ft. Rosecrans Cemetery, San Diego. 6/26/1974.

MAYS, George

Trisagion services for George Mays, 71, a restaurant owner in Michigan and in Tucson 45 years, were in Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Memorial services were Saturday in the mortuary. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Mays, of 505 W. Encanto Blvd., died Tuesday, June 11, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital. He was a member of the Arizona Club, American Legion, Moose Lodge and AHEPA, a Greek organization. Survivors are nephews, Chris Tountas and James Antonopulos; another nephew and two nieces out of state. Published Friday, June 14, 1974, in the Arizona Republic.

MAYS, Lois B.

Mesa -- Lois B. Mays, 77, died Sunday, July 14, 1974, in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. She came to Arizona 52 years ago from Kentucky. She was the widow of J. Major Mays, who planted one of the first Citrus groves in East Mesa. Children, James and Mrs. Marcia Edwards; two sisters and a brother; and four grandchildren. Burial in Mesa Cemetery. 7/17/1974.

McALPINE, Leslie J.

Leslie J. McAlpine, 12, was born in Burlington, Ontario, and died Feb. 8, 1974, of a head injury. She came to Phoenix two years ago and was a sixth grade student at Sahuaro Elementary School. Parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAlpine; sister, Pamela; brothers, Kenneth and John; grandmother, Mrs. Eve McAlpine, all of Phoenix; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gisbourne of Hamilton, Ontario; great-grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Reid of Holywood, Ireland; great-grandfather, John Reid of Sterling, Ontario. Deer Valley Church of the Nazarene, 3302 W. Sweetwater. Burial in Deer Valley Memorial Gardens. 2/10/1974. *

McCALL, Byron L.

Prescott -- Byron L. McCall, 58, a member of the Smoki People for 20 years, died Thurs., Oct. 24, 1974, in Yavapai Community Hospital. He was commercial manager of Radio Station KYCA for 25 years and worked at Station KNOT two years. He also worked at the Prescott Courier for 2 1/2 years. He was a member and san in the choir and was an usher for Sacred Heart Church. Wife, Kathleen; children, Mark and Kim; his mother, Mrs. Lee McCall. Mass in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery. 10/16/1974.

McCARTHY, Dolores J.

Dolores J. McCarthy, 61, of Phoenix, died Monday, July 1, 1974, in the Dora L. Nursing Home. She had been a switchboard operator 14 years for Cannon Electric Co. Husband, Leo; children, Leo, Jr., and Mrs. Anita Warren; a brother; and seven grandchildren. Paradise Chapel Mortuary. Cremation. 7/4/1974.

McCHANE, Sharon

31 May 1900 - 8 July 1974
Sharon M. McChane, 74, died July 8, 1974, in South Mountain Nursing Home. She had no known survivors. Private graveside rites were in Memory Lawn Cemetery. 7/17/1974.

McCOLLUM, Thomas J.

Thomas J. McCollum, 77, a retired employe of the Laveen School District, died Wed., July 3, 1974, in a local hospital. Wife, Ruby; son, James; brother, Pat; sister, Mrs. Wayne Gentry; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services at Memory Lawn Mortuary. Burial in the Memory Lawn Cemetery, 719 N. 27th Ave. 7/5/1974.

McCOY, Clifford

Glendale -- Services and burial for Clifford Gerald McCoy, 33, a machinist and a musician, will be in his native Middletown, Missouri. Mr. McCoy, who first came to Arizona in 1969, was found dead Thursday, February 7, 1974, in his home at 4400 Grand. He died of carbon monoxide poisoning due to faulty ventilation in the home's heating system. Mr. McCoy, who returned to the Valley two years ago, was an employe of Forbes Refrigeration in Phoenix. He also played rhythm guitar with the Rhythm Masters, a group that had performed at the Arizona State Fair this past fall. Survivors include two sons, Todd and Scotty; three daughters, Christine, Robyn and Pamyla, all of Vandalia, MO.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey B. McCoy of Laddonia, Missouri; two brothers and a sister out of state. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Chapel of the Chimes, 7924 N. 59th Ave. The Arizona Republic Sunday, 10 February 1974.

McCREERY, Thomas L.

Sun City -- Thomas L. McCreery, 64, died Sunday, June 9, 1974, in Boswell Memorial Hospital. He had served in managerial positions 38 years for the Dico Co. of Des Moines, Iowa.... He graduated from Iowa State University and was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity and the Lakes Club. Wife, Ramona; a daughter, Sally McCreery; and four sisters. Services in Lakeview United Methodist Church. Private burial. Lundberg Mortuary. 6/11/1974.


Mace A. McDaniel, 84, who was manager of the Alhambra School cafeteria from 1940 to the 1950s, died Thursday, July 18, 1974, in Bells Lodge. He had lived in Phoenix 58 years and was a member of the First Christian Church. Children, Mrs. Christine Tweed and John L.; a sister, Mrs. Wess Lowrey; four sisters out of state; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A.L.Moore & Sons Mortuary. Burial in Glendale Resthaven Park. 7/20/1974.

McDERMOTT, Edward P.

Edward P. McDermott, 3, died of an illness Wed., Oct. 23, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDermott; brothers, Michael and Thomas; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Farkas and Mrs. Loretta McDermott. Mass of the Angels was in Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. Hansen Mortuary. 10/24/1974.

McDONALD, James Roy

Apache Junction -- James Roy McDonald, 66, a retired barber, was dead on arrival Friday, Oct. 25, 1974, at Mesa Lutheran Hospital after a long illness. Wife, Florence; daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Dagenais and Mrs. Laura Kaiser; and his mother, Mrs. Ida Flagg. Private services and cremation. 10/28/1974.


John J. McDonnell, 44, a real estate broker for Hallcraft Realty Co., died Friday, June 28, 1974, in Lincoln Hospital. He was a Korean War veteran. Wife, Kathleen; children, Eileen and Michael; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonnell. Mass in the Church of St. Joseph. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. Hansen Mortuary. 6/29/1974.


Mesa -- Ruth M. McDonough, 72, native of North English, Iowa, died Saturday, Feb. 9, 1974, at her home. She came to Mesa six years ago and was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Husband, John; sons, David Stark of Roberts, Montana; daughter, Nellie Ball of Havre, Montana; stepdaughter, Patricia Eches of Tucson; two other stepsons and five stepdaughters and three brothers out of state; and 21 grandchildren. Services and burial in Billings, Montana. 2/10/1974.

McDOUGALL, Georgia

Mrs. Georgia McDougall, 67, a retired drugstore fountain manager, died Saturday, June 8, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. Children, Norman, Charles, mrs. Joyce Rider, mrs. Betty Popour, Mrs. Margaret Bentley and Mrs. Beverly Trongo; a brother out of state and 14 grandchildren. Services and burial were in Utica, Michigan. 6/9/1974.

McEVOY, Thomas H.

Sun City -- Thomas H. McEvoy, 68, died Monday, June 10, 1974, in Boswell Hospital. He had been a management analyst 20 years for the Military Air TRansport Service and was an Air Force veteran of World War II. Wife, Mary E.; daughters, mrs. Sharon Howell and Mrs. Patricia Pattison; a brother, Emmett; sisters, Mrs. Bernice Ogden, Esther McEvoy and Mrs. Florence Gibbon; and four grandchildren. Lundberg Mortuaries. Mass in the Church of St. Joachim. Sunland Cemetery. 6/13/1974.

McFADDEN, Lloyd D.

Lloyd D. McFadden, 76, died Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1974, in Wickenburg Hospital. He came to Phoenix in 1934 from his native Texas and moved to Wickenburg a year ago. He was the brother of the late J. R. McFadden, who was sheriff of Maricopa County in the 1930's. Wife, Delphine; children, Mrs. Don McCaughey and Logan M. McFadden; and five grandchildren. Burial in Green Acres Cemetery. 10/24/1974.

McFATE, Roy Lisk

Mesa -- Roy Lisk McFate, 86, a retired Arizona public school administrator, died Wed., July 17, 1974. He was born at Alpine, AZ, and was a World War I veteran, a member of Legion Post 12 in Williams, Peoria Masonic Lodge 31, Scottish Rite in Tucson, El Zaribah Shrine in Phoenix and Mesa Fourth Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He graduated from Arizona University and received his master's degree from the University of Arizona. Wife, Gladys; sons, Judge Yale McFate and Roy Bruce McFate; sisters, Mrs. Portia Cox and Mrs. Beatrice Riorden; a brother, Don J. McFate; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Gibbons-Bunker Mortuary. Mesa City Cemetery. 7/19/1974.


Glendale -- Services for William McFrederick, 85, who had served 18 years on the Peoria School District Board of Trustees, will be at 1 p.m. Monday in Chapel of the Chimes, 7924 N. 59th Ave. Burial will be private. Mr. McFrederick, of 6405 W. LaMar, died Thursday, March 28, 1974, in Glendale Samaritan Hospital. He was a retired rancher. Survivors include his wife, Reva; a son, Chester; daughters, Mrs. Lucy Thuman and Mrs. Grace Fogg; stepdaughters, Mrs. Don Mendenhall, Mrs. James Stroud and Mrs. Ruth Johnson; a brother and a sister out of state; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Thursday, 4/4/1974.

McGINLEY, Genevieve

Genevieve McGinley, 79, died Tuesday, June 18, 1974, in John C. Lincoln Hospital. She moved to Tombstone in 1950 for her health and had taught school 32 years before that. Sister, Mary Hemming; brother, John R. McGinley. Mass was in the Cathedral of SS. Simon & Jude, 6351 N. 27th Ave. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. 6/19/1974.

McGINNIS, Charlie Burton

Tempe -- Charlie Burton McGinnis, 83, was found dead Monday, July 1, 1974, in his home at 915 Maple Ave. He was a native of Fate, Texas, and came to Tempe in 1919. He retired from the Arizona State University campus police department in 1963. Sons, Hugh W., Jim W., Malcolm H., Charles W.; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Carr Mortuary. Burial in Double Butte Cemetery. 7/4/1974.

McGONIGAL, Howard R. "Dutch"

Apache Junction -- Services for Howard R. "Dutch" McGonigal, 62, will be 10 a.m. Friday in Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. McGonigal of Ironwood Mobile Court died Monday, July 15, 1974, in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. He was a retired welder. Survivors include his wife, Verna; children, Roger L. and Mrs. Carol Morsman; a sister, Mr. Ruth Preedy; two brothers; grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Thursday, July 18, 1974.

McGOUGH, Joseph Jeffre

Joseph Jeffre McGough, 56, a forman for the Arizona Public Service Co., died Wed., June 5, 1974, in Gila General Hosital in Globe. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Children, Joseph T., Thomas A., and Mrs. Glenda Sue Coich; a brother, Elbert; another brother and six sisters of Carbonill, Alabama; and five grandchildren. Grimshaw Bethany Chapel Mortuary. Burial in Jasper, Alabama. 6/7/1974.

McGREGOR, Louise T.

Mrs. Louise T. McGregor, 86, died Sunday, June 23, 1974, in a local hospital. Children, Harold E., Mrs. Iris B. Clark, nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Northwest Mortuary. Private cremation. 6/25/1974.

McGUCKIN, Patrick

Sun City -- Patrick McGuckin, a retired truck driver, died Wed., June 19, 1974, en route to Boswell Hospital. He was a World War II veteran and member of the Church of St. Clement. Wife, Marie; and two sisters survive. 6/21/1974.

McGUIRE, Esther L.

Youngtown -- Esther L. McGuire, 69, died Monday, July 1, 1974, in a Glendale nursing home. She had owned a motel ten years before coming here in 1958 from Seattle. Husband, Charles L.; children, Charles McGuire, Walter Wilde, Mrs. Ruth Kline and Mrs. Gloria Blanchard; and nine grandchildren. Services and burial were private. Lundberg Golden Door Chapel. 7/3/1974.

McHALE Thomas J.

Tempe -- Thomas J. McHale, 12, a sixth grade student at Billiland Elementary School, died Sunday, June 2, 1974, in St. Joseph's Hospital after a long illness. He was the son of Mrs. Beverly G. McHale, 400 W. Baseline Rd. Half-brother, Paul McHale, Jr.; grandparents, Mrs. Mary Stine and Mr. and Mrs. John McHale. Gibbons-Bunker Tempe Chapel. Burila in Double Butte Cemetery. 6/3/1974.


Meg McIntyre, 16, died at home Thursday, July 4, 1974. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. McIntyre; brother, Mark; sisters, Mindy, Marcy, and Maria. Mass at St. Daniels Catholic Church, Scottsdale. 7/6/1974.

McKENDRY, Betty Ann

Betty Ann McKendry, 7, drowned Monday, June 24, 1974, in the Salt River at Blue Point Bridge. She was born in Phoenix and completed the second grade at Whittier Elementary School and was a Girl Scout Brownie. Mother, Mrs. Dwane McKendry; a sister, Tasha; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McKendry and Mr. and Mrs. William Fletcher. Services and burial in Memory Lawn Mortuary & Cemetery. 719 N. 27th Ave. 6/27/1974.


Glendale -- Hugh T. McKernan, 64, died Thursday, June 13, 1974, in Doctors Hospital. He had been a meat cutter, a conductor five years for the Santa Fe Railroad until 1949 in Winslow, a maintenance employe for Cartwright Schools and was a Navy veteran of World War II. Children, Bernard D., Harold, William F. and Marilyn McKernan, Mrs. Patricia J. Jones and Mrs. Ellan Maglich; two brothers and four sisters and 19 grandchildren. 6/15/1974.

McKEVITT, Edith M.

Globe --Mrs. Edith M. McKevitt, 89, died Saturday, June 15, 1974, in Gila General Hospital. She came to Globe when she was 15. No immediate survivors. Services were in St. John's Episcopal Church. Burial in Globe Cemetery. 6/16/1974.

McKINNEY, Lamont Tabor

Mesa -- Lamont Tabor McKinney, 70, died Wed., Oct. 23, 1974, in Desert Samaritan Hospital. He had been a radio dispatcher and fire lookout at Custer State Park in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Wife, Fern. Services in First United Methodist Church, 15 E. 1st Ave. Cremation followed. 10/24/1974.

McKISSACK, Elizabeth

Elizabeth McKissack, 80, came to Phoenix in 1929 from her native Nebraska and lived here until 1969. She died Thursday, Oct. 24, 1974, in Ft. Worth, Texas. Son, Clyde; a sister and a brother; and three grandchildren. Graveside services were in Greenwood Cemetery, 2300 W. Van Buren. 10/26/1974.

McLEOD, Dorothea Nancy

Dorothea Nancy McLeod, 72, died Wed., June 19, 1974. He was a former member of the Wigwam Country Club and Encanto Golf Club. Husband, L. M.; sons Phillip and Richard; a stepson, Bruce McLeod; a brother; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Private cremation. 6/21/1974.

McMILLAN, Leonard

Leonard McMillan, 66, a retired farmer and carpenter, died June 28, 1974, in Maricopa County General Hospital. Daughter, Gloria Jean McMillan; sisters, Mrs. Hattie Martin and Mrs. Lois Murrey; two sisters and two brothers out of state. Services at Amos Metropolitan Methodist Church, 2800 E. MObile, Phoenix. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park Cemetery. 7/5/1974.

McNEIL, George M.

George M. McNeil, 56, died Monday, July 1, 1974, in St. Luke's Hospital. He was retired from the Air Force. Mother, Alma McNeil; sister, Gail Lacy; two sisters and a brother out of state. Burial at Greenwood Memorial Park Cemetery. 7/5/1974.

McQUEEN, Nettie Irene

3 Oct 1890 - 1 June 1974
Parker -- Nettie Irene McQueen, 83, died Saturday, June 1, 1974, in Desert Manor Rest Home in Yuma. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Norma Hendrix; a grandchild; and three great-grandchildren. Parker Funeral Chapel. Burial in Parker Cemetery. 6/3/1974.

MEARS, Burton L.

Sun City -- Burton L. Mears, 70, died Monday, July 15, 1974, in Valley View Hospital. He had been a telephone technician 14 years and worked two years for Continental Security Guard here. Survivors include his wife, Anna; a son, Arthur; a sister and a brother. Lundberg Golden Door. Private burial. 7/19/1974.

MEDINA, Tracy Thomas

Tracy Thomas Medina, 7, died Thursday, June 20, 1974, of a heart condition. He had attended Roosevelt Elementary School. Parents, Mr./Mrs. Charlie Medina; a brother, Charlie, Jr.; a sister, Angela; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio Medina and Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Crisostomo. Services in Immaculate Heart Church. Moretnsen-Kings Funeral Center. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. 6/22/1974.

MELAND, Melvin C.

Rosary for Melvin C. Meland, 76, was in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Mass was at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, 3140 N. 31st Ave. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. Meland, 5015 W. Crittenden Lane, died Wednesday in a hospital at Minneapiolis, his birthplace. He had retired as manager after 30 years with the Trim & Plywood Co. of Chicago. He was a Navy veteran of World War I and a member of Hoo Hoo, fraternal organization for lumbermen. Survivors include his wife, Agnes; and a brother, Oscar. Friday, June 14, 1974, Arizona Republic.

MELBY, Carl, Dr.

Dr. Carl Melby, 89, a retired chiropractor, died Tuesday, June 18, 1974, en route to Mesa General Hospital. Survivors include nieces and nephews. Services and burial were in Westby, Wisconsin. 6/21/1974.