All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

KAISER, Marie P.

Marie P. Kaiser, 81, died June 29, 1978, in Valley View Hospital. She was born in Germany and came here in 1962 from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Daughters, Pauline Couch and Lisa Overton; grandchildren, a sister and a brother survive. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/30/1978.


Mamie Katzeff, 78, moved here 16 years ago from Cleveland and died June 28, 1978. Survived by son, Edwin S.; two grandchildren, a great-grandchild; two sisters and a brother. Beth El Cemetery, 2300 W. Van Buren. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/30/1978.


Mary J. Keller, 75, of Rutledge Manor Nursing Home in Springfield, Illinois, died June 23, 1978, in Glendale Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Keller attended Valley Cathedral Church and was former manager of Rutledge Manor Nursing Home in Springfield, Illinois. Survivors include her children, Cathy Bettis, Mary Bowers and Robert; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/24/1978.

KERNER, Dorothy M.

Dorothy M. Kerner, 80, died Wednesday, March 30, 1977. She is survived by children, Jeanne Kobor, James and Roland; a sister; six grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Arizona Republic 4/1/1977.


Miami -- John H. Kimble, 62, a Montana native, died June 24, 1978, in Gila General Hospital. He moved to Miami in 1958 and was a carpenter. Survivors include three brothers and two sisters. Services were in Fort Benton, Montana. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/29/1978.

KING, Harold H.

Harold H. King, 69, died Saturday, April 2, 1977, in a local hospital. He worked as an auto dealer for 32 years before retiring in 1968. Mr. King, 3700 E. Van Buren, is survived by a son, Gene; a grandson and a sister. Published in the Arizona Republic 4/3/1977.

KING, Jeptha

Jeptha King, 75, of Mesa, died Thurs., March 31, 1977, in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. He was a former variety store owner and real estate broker and was in vaudeville for 13 years. He came here 24 years ago from Washington state where he was a member of the Masons. Wife, Lillian; two daughters; five grandchildren; a sister and three brothers. Chapel of Prayer Funeral Home. Published in the Arizona Republic 4/2/1977.

KING, Lewis D.

Cashion -- Services for Lewis D. King, 62, will be Friday in First Southern Baptist Church, Third Street and Marshall. Friends may call today in Cannon Funeral Home, 310 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. Mr. King, a farm worker who lived in Arizona 15 years, died April 18, 1978, in Phoenix General Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Opal; children, Sue Irshad, Sarah Barreras, Shirley, Lewis Jr., John, Billy, Charles, Bobby, Eugene, Jimmy, Wayne and James; and 12 grandchildren. The Arizona Republic Thursday, April 20, 1978