All obituaries were taken from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

CAHILL, Albert L.

23 Jan 1897 - 28 Oct 1979
Mesa -- Albert L. Cahill, 82, died Oct. 28, 1979, in his home. in Apache Junction. Mr. Cahill moved here in 1962 from Seattle. He had been secretary treasurer of the Skinner Corp. His wife, Dorothy, survives. Memorial services were in Trinity Baptist Church, 2130 E. University Dr. Oct. 30, 1979.

CALDWELL, Eula Yvette

Bisbee -- Eula Yvette Caldwell, 72, died Oct. 28, 1979. She came to Bisbee 45 years ago and taught school there in the late 1920s and again in the 1950s. She had been active in the American Heart Association in Bisbee before moving to Phoeix a year ago. Survivors include her children, Charlotte Frost and J. Bruce Caldwell; two sisters and seven grandchildren. Graveside services were in Evergreen Cemetery at Bisbee. Oct. 30, 1979.


Melba C. Calloway, 59, who had been a Girl Scout leader, Cub Scout den mother and active in the Bethune School Parent Teacher Association, died after a long illness Oct. 24, 1979, in Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Calloway moved to Phoenix 41 years ago from Oklahoma and was a member of the Willing Workers at Tanner Chapel CME Church. She had been a consumer consultant 26 years with Arizona Public Service Co. Services at the church. Visitation in Webber & Son Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Survivors include her children, Carol Anderson, Janet Russell, Edward Smith, Will, Jr., and Michael . . .; a sister; a brother; 14 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The AZ Republic Oct. 27, 1979.


29 Jan 1909 - 5 Oct 1979
Sun City -- Fred H. Calvin, 73, of 10405 N. 106th Ave., who came to Sun City in 1968 from Kansas City, Missouri, where he was executive vice president of Kansas City Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 34 years, died Oct. 5, 1979, in Boswell Memorial Hospital. Mr. Calvin, who founded the Harmony Organ Club of Sun City, is survived by his wife, Agnes; son, William, and a sister. Services were in Unity Church of Sun City, 10101 Coggins Drive. Published in The Arizona Republic Sunday, October 7, 1979.

CAMPBELL, Raymond E.

Scottsdale -- Raymond E. Campbell, 52, who was an engineer for Salt River Project 10 years, died Oct. 13, 1979, in Scottsdale Hospital. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He moved to Arizona in 1969 from Los Angeles. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; son, Kevin; father, John; and a brother. Services were in Scottsdale Bible Church, Miller and Shea. Published Oct. 14, 1979.


Mass for Luis Candia, 7-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Candia was at St. Anthony's Church. He died Oct. 26, 1979, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Other survivors include three sisters, Jackie, Lisa and Renee Candia; a brother, Orlando; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Candia, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Claudio Reyes; and great-grandmother, Mrs. Ramona Rodriquez. Interment Glendale Resthave Park. The AZ Republic Monday, Oct. 29, 1979.

CAPPS, Benjamin F.

Benjamin F. Capps, 52, who was injured in an auto accident near Payson, died Oct. 7, 1979, in St. Joseph's Hospital. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict and had worked for a butcher supply firm after moving here in 1977 from Florida. Surviving are his wife, Ann U.; daughter, Marty; six sisters and three brothers. Oct. 9, 1979.

CARDENAS, Freddie Gatica

Glendale -- Freddie Gatica Cardenas, 22, drowned Sept. 30, 1979, in Lake Pleasant. He was born in Phoenix and worked as a plumber. Survivors include his parents, Heraclio and Margarita Cardenas; three brothers; five sisters; and three grandparents. Mass was in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 5614 W. Orangewood. 6 Oct 1979


Scottsdale -- George A. Carlborg, 57, and his wife, Ruth Carlborg, 52, were killed in a Scottsdale auto accident Oct. 27, 1979. Mr. and Mrs. Carlborg moved to Arizona in 1959 from Illinois. He was a World War II and Korean War Army veteran and retired in 1977 as a letter carrier for the Scottsdale Post Office. Mrs. Carlborg had driven a bus 10 years for the Scottsdale School System. Survivors include their children, Janice Boberg, David R. and James P.; and four grandchildren. Mr. Carlborg is also survived by two sisters, Dorothy Tindell of Scottsdale and Bernice Kramer of CA and a brother, Ray, of CA. Mrs. Carlborg is also survived by her mother, Elizabeth Decker of Illinois; a brother, John Decker of Wisconsin; and three sisters, Anna Mae Hart, Betty Fletcher, and Shirley Stauffer, all of Illinois. Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Mass in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Miller Rd & Main St. Oct. 30, 1979.

CARNES, Josie May

18 Sep 1898 - 2 Oct 1979
Mesa -- Josie May Carnes, 81, who moved here in 1956 from Tangely, Colorado, and was a member of the First Christian Church, died Oct. 2, 1979, in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. Mrs. Carnes, 7012 Exmoor Drive, is survived by her daughters, Bessie Hubble, Mesa, Rene Smith, Colorado; three grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services Friday in Chapel of Prayer, 108 N. 56th St. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. The Arizona Republic Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1979.

CARNOT, Joseph V.

Joseph V. Carnot, 72, a retired hotel manager who moved to Phoenix in 1970 from Pittsburgh, died Oct. 18, 1979, in Beverly Manor at Sun City. Mr. Carnot was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church, Elks and AMico Club. He is survived by his wife, Marie; and son, William. Services were in Pittsburgh, Hansen Mortuary. The AZ Republic 10/20/1979.


1 Jan 1905 - 23 Oct 1979
Maria C. Carpena, 74, who lived in the Valley 60 years, died Oct. 23, 1979, in her home after a long illness. She is survived by her children, Mary Ann Watson and Ray; and two grandchildren. Mass in Immaculate Heart Church, 909 E. Washintgon. 25 Oct 1979


29 Jan 1930 - 28 Oct 1979
Mesa -- D. D. Carpenter, 49, died Oct. 28, 1979. He moved to Mesa in 1975 from Dallas and was a truck driver. He is survived by his wife, Nancy; step-children, Kimberly and Ricky Wilson. Graveside services in Arizona Veterans Cemetery. Oct. 30, 1979.


Scottsdale -- Darrel E. Carpenter, 54, general manager of Ironwood Water Co. and president of United Utilities in Payson, died Oct. 29, 1979, in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. Mr. Carpenter lived in Arizona 17 years. He is survived by his wife, Doris; children, Phyllis Ann Saathoff, Jean Marie Evans, Scott W. and Kenneth; four grandchildren and four sisters, Nadine Johnson, Arkansas, Oudia McGill, Louisiana, Lucille Davis, Iowa, Marie Williams, Arkansas. Services were in Messinger Mortuary Chapel. Interment Hamburg, Arkansas. The AZ Republic 10/31/1979.


Lillian O. Carpenter, 66, who came to Arizona 20 years ago from Modesto, CA, died Oct. 19, 1979, in a Phoenix hospital. She is survived by her husband, Luther; children, Barbara Bonniksen, Patsy Craig, Devella, Rex and Allan; five sisters; nine grandchildren and a great-grandchild. The AZ Republic 10/22/1979.


Services for Ledora Carrethers, 61, who came to Arizona 52 years ago from Oklahoma were in the Evangelistic Center, 2434 E. Pueblo. Mrs. Carrethers died Oct. 26, 1979, in a Valley hospital. She is survived by her husband, Walter; a brother and five sisters. Webber & Sons Mortuary. The AZ Republic 10/31/1979.

CARRIER, James Paul

James Paul Carrier, 53, a World War II veteran who came to the Valley in 1949 nad had been a barber 25 years in the Tempe area, died Oct. 4, 1979, in Phoenix Veterans Hospital. He is survived by his children, Paula Jordan, Michael and Philip; his mother, Maybelle Carrier; and two grandchildren. Services and burial were in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale. 6 Oct 1979

CARROLL, Thomas J.

Mesa -- Mass for Thomas J. Carroll, 72, who died Oct. 25, 1979, in Mesa Lutheran Hospital, were in Christ the King Catholic Church, 1505 E. Dana. Mr. Carroll moved here in 1967 from Providence, Rhode Island, and was employed at Motorola, Inc. three years. He is survived by his wife, Lillian; daughter, Arlene Barrow; and three grandchildren. The AZ Republic Oct. 27, 1979.


Funeral announcement only Services and interment in Chicago. 10/6/1979.

CARSRUD, Lyle "Milt"

Sun City -- Services for Lyle "Milt" Carsrud, 72, who moved here in 1969 from Denver where he was branch manager of Electric Storage Battery Co., were in Menke Funeral Home. Mr. Carsrud died Oct. 6, 1979, in Boswell Hospital. He was a member of the Lutheran Church, Republican Club and Commercial Travelers Club. Surviving are his wife, Fay; son, Dr. William J. Carsrud; and a grandchild. The AZ Republic 10 Oct 1979.

CARTER, Thomas

Thomas Carter, 62, a World War II veteran who had been a custodial employee 10 years for Phoenix College, died Oct. 2, 1979, in his home. Mr. Carter, 4252 N. 30th Drive, moved here in 1959 from Kentucky and was a member of Moose Lodge 2243. Surviving are his wife, Pauline; children, Kathie Rock, Bonnie Hammonds, Phyllis Sycamore and Glenn A.; five grandchildren; two brothers and five sisters. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Services will be in Dawson Springs, Kentucky. Published in The Arizona Republic Thursday, October 4, 1979.

CASTRO , Patrick G.

Patrick G. Castro, 30, a clerk at Luke Air Force Base and native of Phoenix, died Oct. 27, 1979, in his home at 5843 W. Citrus Way. He is survived by his parents, Amalia and Gerardo Castro; three sisters and five brothers. Rosary was at Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, Glendale. Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. The AZ Republic Monday, Oct. 29, 1979.


Mesa -- Thelma May Catchpole, 75, who retired as a bookkeeper for the J. C. Penney Co. and moved here in 1962 from California, died oct. 29, 1979, enroute to Mesa Lutheran Hospital. Mrs. Catchpole also had worked in Colorado. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Eastern Star. Her brother survives. Memorial servivces were to be announced by Memory Lawn Mortuary. The AZ Republic 10/31/1979.


Anna D. Cerveny, 84, a retired seamstress who moved here in 1952 from Wisconsin, died Oct. 27, 1979, in her home. Survivors include her daughter, Verna M. Olson; and a granddaughter. Private services were arranged at Botimer Family Mortuary. The AZ Republic Oct. 31, 1979.

CHERRY, Bobbie L.

Mesa -- Services for Bobbie L. Cherry, 49, who died in her home Oct. 24, 1979, were at Lakeshore Mortuary, 1815 S. Dobson Rd. Mrs. Cherry lived here since 1974. She is survived by her daughters, Phyllis Roberts and Sharon McCormick; stepdaughter, Felicia Raper; and six grandchildren. The Az Republic Oct. 28, 1979.


Globe -- Services for Owen E. Chesley, 62, who died Oct. 13, 1979, at John C. Lincoln Hospital in Phoenix, were at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mr. Chesley, a native of Geronimo, lived here 20 years. He was a retired employee of Inspiration Copper Co. Survivors include his wife, Ada; a son, Gene; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Van Gorder; seven brothers; two sisters and five grandchildren. Miles Mortuary handled arrangements. 10/16/1979.


20 Feb 1907 - 28 Oct 1979
Tolleson -- James H. Chilcoat, 72, retired as a towman at Litchfield Naval Air Facility in 1965 and died Oct. 28, 1979, in a Phoenix hospital. Survivors include his wife, Beulah; children, Norma Lee and Marion T.; a grandchild; four sisters and four brothers. Graveside services in Glendale Resthaven Park, 6290 W. Northern. Oct 30, 1979.

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