Melville Linton Fuller
Melville Linton Fuller died Sunday June 10, 2001, in Kingman.
He was 82.
Fuller was born July 17, 1918, in Tulsa, Okla.
He retired in 1978 from a 35-year career as a general clerk with the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Railroad.
He was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church.
Fuller was also a member of Kingman Masonic Lodge No.
22, Scottish Rite Valley of Tucson, El Zaribah Shrine of Phoenix, Kingman Shrine, OES, Order of Amarauth, Past Patron OES, and Grand & Glorious Order of Hillbilly Degree.
He served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II.
Fuller is survived by: his wife of 63 years, Mary Fuller of Kingman; two sons, Henry Fuller of Kingman and Charles Fuller of El Paso, Texas; two daughters, Barbara Anne Brown and Anita Marie Roy, both of Kingman; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and two cousins.
His mother, father and sister Juanita Hahn preceded him in death.
Visitation will be from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
today, Tuesday June 12, 2001, at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home.
Funeral services, officiated by Rev.
Daniel, will be at 11 a.m.
Wednesday June 13, 2001, at First Southern Baptist Church.
Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to the First Southern Baptist Church building fund, 3120 Hualapai Mountain Road, Kingman Ariz., 86401.
Margret Andene Hardin
Margret Andene Hardin died May 29, 2001, in Kirby, Texas.
She was 84.
Hardin was born Nov.
27, 1916, in Texas.
She lived in Mohave County for five years, coming here from San Antonio, Texas.
She was a homemaker and during World War II, she was a welding instructor in California shipyards.
Hardin is survived by: four sons, Gary Hardin of Kingman, Maury Hardin of San Antonio, John Hardin of Columbus, Ohio, and Donald Ryan of San Antonio; two daughters, Barbara Sansing of Kirby, Texas, and Marlene Masters of Houston; one stepdaughter, Billie Garza of San Antonio; and 19 grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by: her husband, Kemmeth Hardin, in 1979; and one son, Kemmeth "Buck" Hardin, in 1997.
No services were held.
Dearborn died Saturday June 9, 2001, in Kingman.
He was 80.
Dearborn was born Oct.
13, 1920, in Akron, Ohio.
He retired in 2000 from a 26-year career in commercial road construction.
He also worked for Century 21Highland Realty Co.
He served in the U.s.
Navy during World War II and in Korea.
He was a 33 Degree Mason, Worshipful Master of the Masons and a member of three different lodges.
Dearborn is survived by: his wife Marion Dearborn of Kingman; one son, Terry Dearborn of Kingman; one sister, Barbara Thewlis of Ohio; and one brother, Donald R.
Dearborn of Brunswick, Ohio.
No services are planned.
Sutton Crematory will handle cremation.