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Peter Charles Lubbe

Peter Charles Lubbe died Monday Aug.

27, 2001 in Phoenix.

He was 47.


Lubbe was born Jan.

24, 1954 in Zimbabwe, Africa.

He came to Mohave County eight years ago from Las Vegas.

He was a railway engineer in Rhodesia, where he served in the Rhodesian Light Infantry, a supervisor in mines in South Africa, and later opened a tire and auto shop in Golden Valley.


Lubbe is survived by: his wife, Patricia Joy Lubbe of Kingman; his mother, Winniefred Lubbe of Zimbabwe; one sister, Kathy Meade of Zimbabwe; and one brother, Daniel Lubbe of Zimbabwe.

Services for Mr.

Lubbe will be held at 6 p.m.

Tuesday Sept.

4 at Golden Valley Baptist Church.

Ruth E.


Ruth E.

Wheelock died Aug.

28, 2001, in Kingman.

She was 75.


Wheelock was born Jan.

25, 1926, in Ohio.

She moved to Kingman in 9172 from Ohio.

She was a homemaker, waitress and adult attendant.

She was a member of the bible Baptist Church and Hualapai Baptist.


Wheelock is survived by: two sons, Harry Arthur Wheelock of Phoenix, and Charles George Wheelock of Cleveland, Ohio; and two grandsons.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday Sept.

4, 2001, at Hualapai Baptist Church, 4220 N.


Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery.

James Elmer Gilliam Jr.

James Elmer Gilliam Jr.

died Sunday Aug.

26, 2001 in Kingman.

He was 80.


Gilliam was born Aug.

6, 1921 in Greybull, Wyo.

He was a pilot in the United States Air Force and served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel.

He also was affiliated with the Veterans of Foreign Wars.


Gilliam is survived by: one daughter, Patricia McGiness of Kingman.

A graveside service is planned for Mr.

Gilliam at 11:30 a.m.

Thursday Sept.

6, 2001 at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, Calif.

Sutton Memorial Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

David G.


David G.

Smith died Thursday Aug.

30, 2001 in Kingman.

He was 71.


Smith was born Jan.

27, 1930 in Kansas.

He was a maintenance technician with the Water District of Southern California and member of the Masons.


Smith is survived by: his wife, Marie Smith of Kingman; a son, Michael Ferrari of Chino Hills, Calif.; a stepson, John Acciavatti of Yonkers, N.Y.; two sisters, Mary Hornbeak of Canadaigua, N.Y.

and Lurene Vohs of Emporia, Kan.; one brother, Deryl Smith of West Pueblo, Colo.; eight grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces.


Ronald Fair will officiate during a service for Mr.

Smith at 11 a.m.

Wednesday Sept.

5, 2001 at Sutton Memorial Funeral Home, which is handling arrangements.

Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

The family has requested any donations be made to the City of Hope at 1500 Duarte Road, Duarte, Calif.