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Obituary: George Pennell Boone

George Pennell Boone

George Pennell Boone

George Pennell Boone, a native of Kingman, passed away on April 13, 2015. He was born on Jan. 2, 1936.

George met his wife of 53 years, Rosslynn, in Kingman. George graduated from Kingman High School in 1955. He served his country in the Navy and attended college, then worked at the Duval Mine, where he was employed for 26 years. After the closing of the Duval Mine, he continued his employment with Mohave County until retirement. George was also a lifetime member of the Elks Lodge.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Helen Campa Noli, stepfather Mr. Albert Noli, and his younger sister, Roberta Noli. He is survived by his beloved wife, Rosslynn Boone; daughter, Renee Grubbs; son, Dominic George Boone (Christy); daughter, Camille Holden (Greg); daughter, Reese Boone; and his beloved grandchildren. His greatest treasure has been his grandchildren, Sean Boone (Stephanie), Devin Holden, Jennifer Tram (Benz), Jordan Grubbs, Nicole and Megan Boone, and Colton Boone; and three great grandchildren, Blake George Boone, Zoey and Ashtan.

George is also survived by his sister, Clara Cooper of Mansfield, Texas; Albert Noli (Carol) of Kingman; JoAnn Lutterman (Don) of California; and Nora Krafczyk (Roman) of Las Vegas. He is also survived by many special nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly.

The family would like to extend a gracious thank you to Dr. Braze and all those at KRMC who showed sincere compassion to the whole family in this time of need.

The family would also like to extend a loving thank you to all those who have expressed their love in our family's time of sorrow, and the sincere outpouring of love that we fell, which we take comfort in at this time. George Boone loved Kingman and his many friends that lived here and the many that are not living here now. He will be dearly missed but forever endure in our hearts and will never be forgotten.