Hanford Owen Smith
Hanford Owen Smith died Wednesday April 5, 2000, in Kingman.
He was 81.
Smith was born Feb.
6, 1919, in Dallas, Texas, and had been employed as a hospital boiler maker and a fisherman, both in Alaska.
He served as a U.S.
Army paratrooper during World War II, and was a member of the American Legion.
He was retired from Providence Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska, in 1988, and came to Kingman shortly after his retirement.
Smith is survived by: one daughter, Kathleen Saddler of Bloomington, Ill.; one sin, Herbert Smith of Trinity, N.C.; one sister, Dorothy Libengood of Joshua Tree, Calif.; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by: his parents, and one brother.
No services were held.
Cremation was handled by Sutton Crematory.
The family suggests memorial contributions to a charity of choice.
Smith died Sunday, March 12, 2000 in Kingman.
He was 91.
Smith was born Sept.
He came to Kingman 10 years ago from Big Bear, Calif.
Smith produced safety films for Pac Bell, AT&T and AT&T Long Distance.
Smith is survived by: one son, Dennis R.
Smith of California; one daughter, Betty Ehling of Hollywood, Calif.; and four grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Blanche.
No services were announced.
Inez Coy Hood
Inez Coy Hood died Wednesday April 5, 2000, in Kingman.
She was 71.
Hood was born Sept.
3, 1928, in Shamrock, Texas.
She was a homemaker.
Hood is survived by: one son, Douglas Good of Kingman; two daughters, Nancy Egbert of Golden Valley, and Frances Grabowski of Yucaipa, Calif.; one brother, J.R.
Worden of Calimesa, Calif.; two sisters, Vivian Savage of Arkansas, and Lennie Hays of Riverside, Calif.; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by: her husband, George Hood, on Jan.
1, 1996; and one daughter, Martha Smerdell, on Feb.
Visitation will be from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
Monday April 10, 2000, at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m.
Tuesday April 11, 2000, at Mountain View Cemetery.
Robert Cutlipp will officiate.
Thomas McDono died Wednesday April 5, 2000, in Kingman.
He was 83.
McDono was born Jan.
28, 1917, in Haxton, Colo.
He had been employed as a truck driver for 60 years and was a member of the Teamsters union for many of those years.
After his retirement, Mr.
McDono was elected president of the local chapter of the Teamster Retirees and served one year.
McDono is survived by: his wife of 53 years, Elinor; two sons, Thomas Hobbs of Bainbridge, Wash., and Patrick McDono of Columbus, Ohio; two brothers, Gene McDonough of Boise, Idaho, and Donald Smith of Los Angeles; one sister, Marge Crow of Burbank, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews.
No services were held.
The family suggests memorial donations to a favorite charity.
Minnie Feetham died Thursday April 6, 2000, in Kingman.
She was 94.
Feetham was born Dec.
14, 1905, in Minersville, Utah, and had lived in Kingman for 31/2 years, several years in Seligman, and retired in Las Vegas, Nev.
She was a homemaker.
Feetham is survived by: two sons, John A.
Feetham of Kingman, and Sherwin Feetham of North Plains, Ore.; one daughter, Sandra Townsend of Corona, Calif.; 17 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.
Funeral services and burial will be at Palm Memorial Park in Las Vegas.
Harold Thomas "Tom" Tolley
Harold Thomas "Tom" Tolley died Friday, April 7, 2000 in Kingman.
He was 61.
Tolley was born Oct.
16, 1938 in Highland Park, Mich.
He worked as a police officer for Norfolk Southern Railway in Mt.
He was also a retired master sergeant, after 21 years with the U.S.
Army and Air Force.
He served two tours of duty in Vietnam.
Tolley was a member of Valle Vista Community Church, past chaplain and secretary of Rough Ashler Daylight Masonic Lodge No.
79, Detroit Masonic Shrine and Order of Scottish Rite in Detroit.
Tolley is survived by: wife Yvonne (Hyatt) Tolley; five sons, Timothy Tolley of Bullhead City, Scott Tolley of Kingman, Kenneth Freeman of Muskegon, Mich., Jeffrey Freeman of Monroe, Mich., and Brian Freeman of Allen Park, Mich.; sister Mary Ann Hyman of Michigan; six grandchildren; and one cousin.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, Buster Tolley and Harley J.
Visitation was held on Sunday, April 9, 2000 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.
Funeral services, officiated by Pastor Fred French, are scheduled for 2 p.m.
today, Monday, April 10, 2000 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.
Cremation will be handled by Sutton Crematory.