Lucille A. Cisney transferred her membership from life here on Earth to be with our Heavenly Father on Nov. 30, 2016. She was 91 years young.
Lucille was born to Walter R. and Bernice Asbury in Liberty, Mo. She met her future husband, Floyd L. Cisney, while living in Holbrook, Ariz. After marriage, they moved to Kingman in February, 1946.
Lucille is survived by her daughter, LeAnn Bard (Warren); and stepson George Cisney (Ruth); nine grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren and 12 great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Cisney (former sheriff of Mohave County); daughter Mary Lawrence, son, Donald Cisney; grandson, Dana Hartford and brother, Robert Asbury. In her earlier years, Lucille won several Powderpuff Derby races held in Kingman in the 1950s. She had many jobs, including test driver for Ford Proving Grounds in Yucca. She retired in 1984.
Lucille was a stunt driver in the movie, “Edge of Eternity,” filmed in Kingman and Oatman in 1959. Lucille was also given the Pioneering award presented by Kingman Women Making History in 2010.
Graveside services will be held at Mountain View Cemetery on Dec. 6, 2016 at 1 p.m.