Obituaries

Ronald M. Susanyatame

Ronald Mann Susanyatame, born in Blue Mountain, Ariz., passed away on April 21, 2005, at Kingman Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Susanyatame leaves behind a wife, Gloria; daughters, Sherlene, Anna and Amanda; sons, Ronaldo, Cody and Romann; three sisters, Mary Whatoname, Connie and Celeste Powskey; one brother, Claudius Honga; aunt, Christine Cooney; eight granddaughters, six grandsons and many, many nieces, nephews and relatives. He will be greatly missed by many far and near.

Ronald?s wake will be Friday, April 29, at the Hualapai Gymnasium, and church services will be held on Saturday. Burial will be at Peach Springs Cemetery.

Louis P. Heck

Louis Perry Heck passed away on April 11, 2005. A longtime resident of Kingman, Perry Heck was born on Jan. 12, 1918, in Falls City, Neb.

He was an avid golfer and member of the Valle Vista Country Club. He loved fishing as well. Perry lived with his wife, Ada, on Packard Street. After his wife?s passing, he moved to Santee, Calif., in 2002 to be near his son, Donald. Perry was a retired accountant, and before moving to Kingman, he lived in Long Beach, Calif. He was one of four children and is survived by a brother, Clarence Heck of Overland Park, Kan.; son, Donald of Santee, Calif.; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were entrusted to El Cajon Mortuary & Cremation Services in El Cajon, Calif. At his request there were no services planned.

J. Worth Goodman

J. Worth Goodman passed away on April 24, 2005, in Kingman. He was born on Oct. 17, 1919, in Ash County, N.C. Mr. Goodman came to Kingman 35 years ago from Sunnyside, Wash.

Mr. Goodman made his living as a TV repairman.

Surviving Mr. Goodman are his wife, Doris Goodman of Kingman; daughters, Terry Mollet of Showlow, Ariz., and Sallie Bell of Santa Fe, Texas; son, Daniel Goodman of Kingman; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, April 29, at Mountain View Cemetery. The Rev. Gilbert will conduct the service.

Mr. Goodman was a loving father and grandfather.