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Lyndale Longwith Kob

Lyndale Longwith Kob died Tuesday, Oct.

31, 2000, in Lynn Haven, Fla.

She was 38.

Mrs.

Kob was born Nov.

15, 1961 in Burbank, Calif.

She moved to Mohave County 15 years ago from Southern California.

Mrs.

Kob graduated from Kingman High School in 1974.

She served 12 years as a U.S.

Marine.

Mrs.

Kob is survived by: her husband, Dennis Kob; two sons, Chris and John; parents Dale and Lottie Longwith of Bullhead City; three brothers, James Tabak of Kingman, Dan Simmons of Mohave Valley and Thomas Longwith of California; two sisters, Dehyle Covey of Bagdad and Tammar Longwith of California; grandmother Helen of California; and mother Marilyn of California.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, Nov.

10, 2000, at Davis Camp in Bullhead City.

For service information call (520)754-3867.

Mable E.

Henrichs Warlick

Mable E.

Henrichs Warlick died Monday Oct.

30, 2000, in Kingman.

She was 95.

She is survived by: one sister, Alice Caldwell of Duluth, Minn.; three stepchildren, Eileen DeBoer of Duluth, Marge Johnson of California, and Richard Henrichs of Washington; several nieces and nephews; and several step-grandchildren.

A visitation will be held from 5 p.m.

to 7 p.m.

(CST) at Dougherty Funeral Home in Duluth, Minn.

Burial will be in Oneota Cemetery in Minnesota.

John C.

Adams

John C.

Adams died Tuesday Oct.

31, 2000 in Phoenix.

He was 77.

Mr.

Adams was born May 21, 1923 in Yuma, Colo.

He retired from the military and was formerly employed by Mohave County.

A Kingman resident for 22 years, Mr.

Adams was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Eagles.

Mr.

Adams is survived by: one sister, Shirley Ostrander of Phoenix; one brother, Dusty Adams of Williams, Ariz.; and one son, Michael J.

Adams of McNary, Ariz.

Mr.

Adams will be cremated and interred at a later date at Mountain View Cemetery in Kingman.

Joan C.

Trathen

Joan C.

Trathen died Friday Nov.

3, 2000 in Kingman.

She was 66.

Mrs.

Trathen was born Sept.

22, 1934 in Placerville, Calif.

She was a homemaker, and member of St.

Johns United Methodist Church.

Mrs.

Trathen is survived by: her husband, Al Trathen of Kingman; three sons, David Trathen and Larry Trathen of Blythe, Calif.

and Richard Trathen of Glasgow, Mont.; nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

Visitation for Mrs.

Trathen will be held 5-7 p.m.

Monday Nov.

6, 2000 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.

Rev.

Robert Cutlipp will conduct the funeral service for Mrs.

Trathen at 2 p.m.

Tuesday Nov.

7, 2000 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.

Burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery.

Michael Harley King

Michael Harley King, a Kingman resident, died Thursday Nov.

2, 2000, in Coconino County.

He was 49.

Mr.

King was born April 5, 1951 in Phoenix.

He worked for the past eight years as an operator for the Mohave County Road Department.

Mr.

King is survived by: one daughter, Melissa King of Coon Rapids, Minn.; one son, Michael King of Coon Rapids, Minn.; and two sisters, Carla Kennedy of Phoenix, and Jane Pike of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Martha and Carl King.

His brother, Richard Arthur King, also died Nov.

2, 2000.

Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m.

on Tuesday Nov.

7, 2000, at St.

Johns United Methodist Church.

Richard Arthur King

Richard Arthur King, a Kingman resident, died Thursday Nov.

2, 2000, in Coconino County.

He was 47.

Mr.

King was born Dec.

17, 1952 in Phoenix.

He worked as a truck driver for McKee Foods.

Mr.

King is survived by: his wife, Bonnie Kleiman of Kingman; two daughters, Brandy Brown of Phoenix, and Kathy Jane Williams; two sons, Wayne Steward of Coos Bay, Ore., and Richard King Jr.

of Phoenix; two sisters, Carla Kennedy of Phoenix and Jane Pike of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and six grandchildren.

His son, Louis Kleiman King, and brother, Michael H.

King, also died Nov.

2, 2000.

Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m.

on Tuesday Nov.

7, 2000, at St.

Johns United Methodist Church.

Memorial donations may be made to Kingman Academy of Learning.

Louis Kleiman King

Louis Kleiman King, a Kingman resident, died Thursday Nov.

2, 2000, in Coconino County.

He was 13.

Louis was born Sept.

27, 1987 in Calcutta, India.

He moved to Kingman from Oklahoma City, Okla., in 1993.

Louis was involved in Pop Warner Football; he was voted Most Improved in Red Devils Basketball; received the Mark Clark Outstanding Camper award at Citadel Summer Camp 2000; he received U.S.

Space Camp Wings in 1999; was a orange belt at White Wind Tiger Foundation; and received a citizenship award and star student award, 1999-2000, at Kingman Academy of Learning.

Louis is survived by: his mother, Bonnie S.

Kleiman of Kingman; and grandparents, Maurice and Elizabeth Kleiman of Brockport, N.Y., and grandmother Rachel Barkin of Fairport, N.Y.

His father, Richard Arthur King, also died Nov.

2, 2000.

Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m.

on Tuesday Nov.

7, 2000, at St.

Johns United Methodist Church.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Kingman Academy of Learning.