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Emil Wiest

Emil Wiest died Tuesday June 26, 2001 in Kingman.

He was 93.

Mr.

Wiest was born July 11, 1907 in Billings, Mont.

He was a carpenter on bridge building projects and a member of carpenter unions in Montana, Washington and Idaho.

Mr.

Wiest is survived by: a brother, Albert Wiest of Lodi, Calif.; and three sisters, Lydia Hust and Esther Flemmer, both of Medina, N.D., and Martha Flemmer of Napoleon, N.D.

Visitation for Mr.

Wiest will be held at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home between 5 p.m.

and 7 p.m.

Monday July 2, 2001.

Rev.

Ronald Fair will officiate at a funeral service at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home at 9 a.m.

Tuesday July 3, 2001 with burial to follow in Mountain View Cemetery.

Elizabeth Wiest

Elizabeth Wiest died Tuesday June 26, 2001 in Kingman.

She was 85.

Mrs.

Wiest was born Oct.

13, 1915 in Billings, Mont.

She was a homemaker and member of carpenter unions in Montana, Washington and Idaho.

Mrs.

Wiest is survived by: three sisters, Marie Lofing of Albuquerque, Clara Wittmer of Denver, and Ruth Pope of St.

George, Utah; and three brothers, Jacob Schmidt of Troy, Mont., Ted Schmidt of Fresno, Calif., and Rudy Schmidt of Ephrata, Wash.

Visitation for Mrs.

Wiest will be held at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home between 5 p.m.

and 7 p.m.

Monday July 2, 2001.

Rev.

Ronald Fair will officiate at a funeral service at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home at 9 a.m.

Tuesday July 3, 2001 with burial to follow in Mountain View Cemetery.

Lucille M.

Palach

Lucille M.

Palach died Friday June 29, 2001 in Kingman.

She was 73.

Mrs.

Palach was born Dec.

12, 1927 in Chicago.

She was a nurse in the psychiatry field.

Mrs.

Palach is survived by: her husband, Ray Palach of Kingman; two daughters, Bonnie De Simone of Chicago and Wendy Walsh of Crown Point, Ind.; four sons, Jack Durrant and Gregory Palach, both of Los Angeles, James P.

Walsh Jr.

of Crown Point, Ind., and Richard De Simone of Chicago; and two grandchildren.

Rev.

Ronald Fair will officiate at a memorial service for Mrs.

Palach at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home at 2 p.m.

Monday July 2, 2001.

Sutton Crematory is handling cremation.

The family requests anyone wishing to make donations do so to the charity of their choice.

James Alexander Barson

James Alexander Barson died Wednesday June 20, 2001 in Phoenix.

He was 63.

Mr.

Barson was born Sept.

13, 1937 in England.

He moved from Phoenix to Kingman four years ago and was a school bus driver for the Kingman Academy of Learning.

Mr.

Barson is survived by: a daughter, Genevieve Eldean of Phoenix; two sons, Zachary Barson of Phoenix and Jordan Barson of Kingman; two brothers, John Barson of England and Derek Bailey of Colorado; one sister, Trudy Elliot of England; and four grandchildren.

A service for Mr.

Barson is planned July 14, 2001.

Friends of the family may call 681-2685 to find out the location of the service.

Toy Robertson

Toy Robertson of Golden Valley died Friday June 22, 2001 in Las Vegas, Nev.

He was 82.

Mr.

Robertson was born Nov.

9, 1918 in Webb City, Mo.

He was an electrician and foreman for the Department of Water & Power in Los Angeles until his retirement in 1975.

Mr.

Robertson is survived by: two daughters, Shirley Shull of Kingman and Catherine Jensen of Louisville, Ky.; one son, Dale Robertson of Kingman; one brother, Jim Robertson of California; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

His wife, Thelma Lillian Robertson, father Abner Toy Robertson Sr., and mother, Mary Catherine Taylor Robertson, preceded him in death.

Visitation for Mr.

Robertson will be held between 10 a.m.

and 11 a.m.

Monday July 2, 2001 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.

Pastor Peter Ernst will officiate at a funeral service for Mr.

Robertson to be held at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home at 11 a.m.

Monday July 2, 2001 with burial to follow in Mountain View Cemetery.

Bob Saunders

Bob Saunders died Tuesday June 26, 2001 in Kingman.

He was 61.

Mr.

Saunders was born Nov.

19, 1939 in Galipolis, Ohio.

He was a heavy equipment operator employed by the state of California Transportation Department for 26 years, and was a member of Annunciation Church in Williamsport, Pa.

and the N.R.A.

Mr.

Saunders is survived by: his wife, Donna Saunders of Kingman; three daughters, Suzanne Joyce of Chicago, Lisa Sanchez of Flagstaff, and Staci Brunet of Chino, Calif.; three sons, David Saunders of Monterey, Calif., Scott Bastian of San Bernardino, Calif., and Steven Bastian of Long Beach, Calif.; one sister, Edna Campbell of Sugar Grove, Ohio; one brother, Frank Saunders of Logan, Ohio; and four grandchildren.

Visitation for Mr.

Saunders will be held between 5 p.m.

and 7 p.m.

today (Sunday) with a Rosary at 6 p.m.

at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.

There will be no funeral service with Sutton Crematory handling cremation.

Eleanor Lois Thayer

Eleanor Lois Thayer died Friday June 29, 2001 in Kingman.

She was 87.

Mrs.

Thayer was born Jan.

7, 1914 in Stockton, Utah.

She was a paper factory worker and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Mrs.

Thayer is survived by: two sons, Elden Thayer of Laughlin, Nev.

and Stanley Thayer of Brighton, Colo.; one daughter, Collie Stephens of Kingman; nine grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.

Her husband, Emerald "Bud" Thayer preceded her in death.

A graveside service for Mrs.

Thayer, to be officiated by elder Daniel M.

Valdez, will be held at noon Thursday July 5, 2001 at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, Calif.

Sutton Memorial Funeral Home is handling arrangements.