6/1/01

Art w/ Webb obit

Albert Eugene Hirst

Albert Eugene Hirst died Tuesday May 29, 2001, in Kingman.

He was 62.

Mr.

Hirst was born Sept.

28, 1938 in Watertown, N.Y.

He moved to Kingman in 1989.

Mr.

Hirst served in the U.S.

Air Force from 1956-1960.

He worked for the Watertown (N.Y.) police department until his retirement.

Mr.

Hirst was recently nominated as president of the Kingman Bowling Association.

As Kingman's only Bronze Bowling Instructor, Mr.

Hirst helped young aspiring bowlers learn the game.

Mr.

Hirst is survived by: his wife Brenda Hirst of Kingman; three daughters, Darlene Neale of Frankfort, Ky., Dona Combs of Hudson, Fla., and Tina Guyette of Charleston, S.C.; two stepsons, Kenneth Ritz of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, and Glen Ritz of Watertown, N.Y.; one sister, Olie Adam of Kutztown, Pa.; six brothers, Bill Hirst of Watertown, N.Y., John Hirst of Inlet, N.Y., Andy Hirst of Exeter, N.H., Ed Hirst of Midwest City, Okla., Cody Hirst of Watertown, N.Y., and Harry Hirst of Clayton, N.Y.; and 12 grandchildren.

Private services are planned.

Ted Dost

Ted Dost died Wednesday May 30, 2001, in Golden Valley.

He was 58.

Mr.

Dost was born Aug.

26, 1942, in Green Bay, Wis.

He was director of the Arizona Council on Rural Disabilities and a member of the Masonic Lodge and Rough Ashler of Kingman.

Mr.

Dost is survived by: his wife, Shan Gale Dost of Golden Valley; one son, Ted Dost of Golden Valley; two brothers, Jim Dost of Green Bay, and Bill Dost of Tucson; his mother, Bernice H.

Dost of Tucson; one niece; and one nephew.

Private services will be held.

Burial will be in Nicolet Memorial Gardens, Green Bay, Wis.

The family suggests memorial donations to the Arizona Council on Rural Disabilities, 400 W.

Highway 66, Kingman, Ariz.

86402-3805.

James E.

Stoddard

James E.

Stoddard died Wednesday May 30, 2001, in Kingman.

He was 64.

Mr.

Stoddard was born Dec.

9, 1936, in Buffalo, N.Y.

Mr.

Stoddard worked as a cable manufacturer for telecommunication company Lucent Technologies for 40 years until his retirement in 1994.

He served in the U.S.

Army and was a member of St.

Mary's Catholic Church.

Mr.

Stoddard is survived by: wife Barbara J.

Stoddard of Kingman; one daughter, Robin Lang of Flagstaff; two sons, Bill Stoddard of Kingman, and Scott Stoddard of Avondale; one brother, Paul Stoddard of Omaha, Neb.; and five grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at a later date.

Sutton Crematory will handle cremation.

Memorial donations may be made to Kingman Cancer Care, P.O.

Box 561, Kingman, Ariz., 86402, or St.

Mary's Catholic Church.

Wilma Mae Webb

Wilma Mae Webb died Monday May 28, 2001, in Yucca.

She was 73.

Mrs.

Webb was born Dec.

31, 1927, in Comstock, Neb.

She moved to Mohave County from Pendleton, Ore., six years ago.

A high school graduate, she was a housewife and a member of the Lions Club.

Mrs.

Webb is survived by: her husband, Norman E.

Webb of Yucca; one daughter, LaVerna E.

Curry of Yucca; two sons, Eldon J.

Lott of Clarkston, Wash., and George W.

Lott, Sr., of Weston, Ore.; one brother, Ben Holmes of Hermiston, Ore.; two sisters, Kathy Carlson of Quartzsite, Dollie Whitman of Yucca; 13 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren.

One sister, Dorothy Lyons, preceded her in death.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m.

Saturday June 2, 2001, at Seventh Day Adventist Church.