All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

NAHAT, Fred H.

Glendale -- Trisagion services for Fred H. Nahat, 60, were in Chapel of the Chimes. Mass in St. George Orthodox Church, 4502 E. Indian School. Mr. Nahat had retired from the grocery business in Michigan and died Thurs., June 27, 1974, in Glendale Samaritan Hospital. He was a Mason in his nativer Detroit and a member of the Lebanon-Syrian American Club here. Wife, Linda; children, Mrs. Sandra Hasbany, Denise, Dennis and Leon; five sisters and a brother; and three grandchildren. Burial in Resthaven Park. 6/29/1974.


Joe D. Nahmias, 53, died Wed., June 19, 1974, in Phoenix Veterans Hospital. He was a salesman and an Army veteran of World War II. Wife, Molly; children, Dave and Mrs. Anita CHildress; his mother, Mrs. Anna Nahmias; two brothers and two sisters; and a grandchild. Sinai Mortuary. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. 6/21/1974.

NEELY, Everett W.

Tempe -- Everett W. Neely, 77, a veteran of World War I, died Friday, July 5, 1974, in Tucson Veterans Hospital. Brother, Wendell; sister, Estella N. Draper. Gibbons Bunker Tempe Chapel Mortuary. Private cremation. 7/9/1974.

NEFF, Margaretta J.

Margaretta J. Neff, 64, died June 1, 1974, in California. She had been a secretary for elementary schools here and later for the Phoenix Union High School District until retiring in 1967. Husband, Delvert; a daughter, Mrs. Sharon Lynne Armstrong; a sister, mrs. Jean Cotterman; two other sisters and a brother out of state; and five grandchildren. Services in the First United Methodist Church. 6/11/1974.

NELMS, Carter L.

Globe -- Carter L. Nelms, 76, died Friday, June 7, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix. Mr. Nelms was a mechanic for Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co. Sons, Carter E., and William M.; two sisters out of state and six grandchildren. Walker's Globe Mortuary. Burial in Holley's Hillcrest Memorial Gardens at Miami. 6/9/1974.


Mrs. Roxie Nelson, 73, of 1438 W. Pima, died June 1, 1974, in a local hospital. Daughters, Mrs. Helen Nelson and Mrs. Dorothy Hewett; sons, Thomas, Jr., and Vernon; two brothers and four sisters out of state. Webber and Sons Mortuary. Burial in Double Butte Cemetery. 6/9/1974.


John K. Nesvacil, 67, a driver for the Yellow Cab Co. for 26 years, died Friday, June 14, 1974, in Good Samaritan Hospital. Wife, Mildred; a brother and four step-brothers. Grimshaw Bloom Chapel Mortuary. Burial in Double Butte Cemetery. 6/18/1974.