James 'Chris' Albert Hejduk
James "Chris" Albert Hejduk, a former Kingman resident, died Friday Dec.
29, 2000, in Fontana, Calif.
He was 79.
Hejduk was born in Cleveland, Ohio.
He lived in Fontana for 40 years.
Hejduk worked as a tractor driver for 20 years for Kaiser Steel.
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Army and a member of St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, American Legion Post No.
772, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Moose Lodge.
Hejduk is survived by: his wife, Gean Hejduk of Fontana, Calif.; one son, Doug J.
Hejduk of Fontana, Calif.; four daughters, Bernadette Martin of Kingman, Rosalind West of Fontana, Calif., Cynthia Gaumond of Colton, Calif., and Christine Harden of Fontana, Calif.; three brothers, John Hejduk, Raymond Hejduk and Eugene Hejduk, all of Cleveland, Ohio; two sisters, Winifred Trickle and Theresa Matina, both of Cleveland, Ohio; 15 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday Jan.
3, 2001, at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church in Fontana.
Burial was in Riverside National Cemetery.