Sally Lawrence of Kingman died in a traffic accident in Texas on Jan. 31, 2007. She was born on May 27, 1941, in Nogales, Ariz.
Sally was a lifelong resident of Arizona and retired from both Arizona Ford Proving Grounds and Arizona Game and Fish.
She is survived by her husband, Marty Lawrence; son, Ed Sisson and wife Lesleigh of Las Vegas; daughter, Cindy Wallace and husband Randall of Anaheim, Calif.; son, Scott Littleford of Las Cruces, N.M.; stepsons, Brandon Lawrence and wife Amanda of Kingman, Ron Lawrence and wife Mindy of Princeton, Minn., and Travis Lawrence and wife Kimberly of Kingman; nine grandchildren; and sister, Margaret Caldwell of Phoenix.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Harry and Nancy Stevens.
A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 5, at Kingman Christian Church, 2830 Gordon Drive.
Donations may be made to Kingman Cancer Care Unit, P.O. Box 3014, Kingman, AZ 86402 in honor of Sally Lawrence.
Jesus G. Fuentes passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2007, at the age of 83 in Kingman.
Jesus ("Jess") was born on May 6, 1923, in Fort Stockton, Texas. He served as a U.S. Army military policeman during World War II and was an aerospace master sheet metal mechanic until his retirement in 1997.
He is survived by his former wife and matriarch of the Fuentes family, Mary M. Fuentes, Norwalk, Calif.; his sons, Lionel Fuentes, Phillips Ranch, Calif., and Arnold Fuentes, Long Beach, Calif.; his daughter, Jeannie Fuentes, Albuquerque, N.M.; grandchildren, Edmund, Arianna, Jeniffer, Lisa, and Erick; and eight great-grandchildren.
The family held a Rosary for Jesus on Jan. 12, 2007; a funeral mass was offered for Jesus on Saturday morning, Jan. 13, at St. Mary's Catholic Church with interment immediately following at Mountain View Cemetery - all in Kingman. All of his family gathered at the El Palacio Restaurant after the interment to honor and toast the man who started it all - the patriarch of our family, Jesus Fuentes.
Jesus was a kind and generous man with a heart as big as all outdoors. Even so, with quick wit and a warm sense of humor, he beat everyone who dared to play him at chess or checkers. Also, he loved nothing more than to cook a big meal and have his house full of his family and friends. Devoted to his family, they, in turn, will never forget him, and he will live on in our hearts. Go with God, "Pop"/"Pompom"/"Grandpa."