Obituaries Sept. 22, 2005

Brandy Rae Bonney

Brandy Rae Bonney, born in Benson, Ariz., Aug. 19, 1980, left this earth to sing with the angels Sept. 16, 2005.

She worked for Cashman Photo and sang and danced with Singsations in Las Vegas, where she lived. She was a 1998 graduate of Kingman High School; her favorite subjects were drama and choir.

Brandy received her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice at the University of North Las Vegas.

She leaves behind her 6-year-old daughter, Mimi Rae Bonney; her mother and father, Rae and Ron Bonney; her grandmother, Barbara Penn; her brother and sister-in-law, Ron and Iwona and nephew Christopher; her sister and brother-in-law, Jennette and John Harrington and nephew John; and her aunt Rena and uncle Fred Penn. She also leaves behind her close friends Michelle McCufker from Somerville, Mass., Amanda Nelson from Kingman and K.C. Arnold from Las Vegas; as well as family and friends on both coasts.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, P.O. Box 18749, Denver, CO 80218, in memory of Brandy Rae Bonny.

"A dream is a wish your heart makes, and we will never stop loving you Cinderella."

Carlotta L. Flores

Carlotta L. Flores, born Sept. 11, 1919, in Santa Rosalia, Chihuahua, Mexico, went home to be with our Lord on Sept. 18, 2005.

She was preceded by her husband, Ruben D. Flores, and is survived by her five children: three sons, Ruben, Robert and Richard Flores; and two daughters, Gloria Barber and Yolanda Estrada; 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Before coming to Kingman as a teenager, Carlotta lived in Fierro, N.M., where she attended elementary and junior high school. She attended a few years of high school in Siler City and Hurley, N.M., graduating from Mohave County Union High School in 1939.

While living in Goldroad, she met and later married Ruben D. Flores. They were united in marriage for 59 years until his passing in 2000. After 22 years of being a homemaker, she studied and became a U.S. citizen in the early 1960s.

She began a career as a temporary secretary, working for Frank X. Gordon, attorney at law; Union Title Company; the Arizona Highway Department; Tucker Insurance and retired from Kingman Regional Hospital as a medical transcriber for Dr. Young and now retired Dr. Gilbert.

Carlotta was a member of the Women's Republican Party and a member of the First Southern Baptist Church for more than 55 years.

Aside form sharing and helping with her possessions and money to those in need, she left her greatest inheritance to her children ­ the knowledge of Jesus Christ, the son of the living God.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Cancer Society and the Kingman Renal Dialysis Center.

Haden Alexander Wills

God's littlest angel, Haden Alexander Wills, was born to heaven on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005, at the Kingman Regional Medical Center.

He is survived by his parents, Johnny and Tracy Wills; and an older brother, John Steven Wills of Kingman; grandparents, David and Loretta Cline and Steve and Pam Knott, all of Staunton, Va., and John and Phyllis Wills of Tunnel Hill, Ga.; great-grandparents, Harold and Elizabeth Bosserman of Waynesboro, Va., George Knott of Staunton, Va., and Mary Stover of Chatsworth, Ga.; as well as a number of aunts, uncles and cousins.

A memorial service was held at First Southern Baptist Church in Kingman on Sunday, Sept. 18.

Donations are being accepted in a memorial fund to aid in the purchase of food, diapers and other supplies for the infant victims of Hurricane Katrina who have been displaced to the Baton Rouge, La., area. Donations may be made to the Haden Alexander Wills Memorial Fund c/o First Southern Baptist Church, 3120 Hualapai Mountain Road, Kingman, AZ 86401.