Audrey J. Hudson Stahl
Audrey Jane Hudson Stahl, 81, longtime resident of Kingman, died July 31, 2005, at The Gardens Care Center.
A loving and caring mother, she is survived by her son, Denny (Pat) Stahl of Maryville, Tenn; and daughters, Terry (Larry) Reynolds of Sierra Vista and Penny (Jeff) Moulton of Colorado Springs, Colo. She had five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Other survivors include two sisters, Sybil Gardner of Mesa, Charlene "Chuck" Wilhelm of St. Johns and one brother, Ernie (Aileen) Hudson, of Worland, Wyo.
Audrey was born Oct. 3, 1923, on a ranch near Reserve, N.M., the daughter of Herod and Myrtle Hudson, who preceded her in death. Audrey led a full life in her younger years, hunting, going to horse races and owning a business in Yucca with her deceased husband, Jerry. She was then a waitress and/or a cook for most of her life, putting smiles on many faces, until her retirement in 1985.
All who knew her will miss her, as she was a character, and she will always be in our hearts.
Arrangements are being made by Sutton Funeral Home.
Tami L. Simon of Kingman passed away on July 31, 2005, at KRMC. She was born on Oct. 20, 1957, in Hare, Mont. She lived in Kingman for one year, moving here from Las Vegas.
Tami was a graduate of Eastern Montana and worked for Gills Painting for 20 years as a forms management specialist. She was affiliated with Women of Faith.
Tami is survived by her husband, Wade Simon; her daughters, Taylor Yvonne and Skylor Montana of Kingman; her parents, Orval and Fay of Big Sandy, Mont.; her brother, Clayton (Sandy) and family of Missoula, Mont.; her sister, Wendy and family of Siela, Wash.; and her brother, Colin of Big Sandy as well as friends and relatives too numerous to mention. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to a college fund set up for Tami's children: C/O Betty Beale at the Stockmen's Bank, 3825 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman, AZ 86401.
Tami is preceded in death by her son Tucker Louis.
At home her light shines through her daughters. In life she lived every day to set an example of decency and kindness.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Grace Lutheran Church, with a reception to follow at the church.