Curtis Walter Moreland

Curtis Walter Moreland, 63, of Mesa, Arizona passed away earlier this month. He was born on August 2, 1955 in Glendale, AZ. Survivors include his daughters, Pamala (Brian) Dempsey, Jennifer Moreland, and Rebecca (Michael) Akers; his sister, Holly Silkey; grandchildren Ethan Dempsey, Grace Dempsey, Charles Dempsey and Alyson Akers; and numerous nieces and nephews. Curtis graduated from Arizona State University with a double degree in accounting and computer science. He worked for many years as a computer programmer and systems engineer. One of Curtis’ greatest accomplishments was bringing joy to children. He often did this through his portrayal of Santa Claus (aka “the big guy”). He sha

Luke Alexander Martin

Luke Alexander Martin was born on a Monday on August 5, 1991. He was released on a Sunday, on April 7, 2019. He leaves behind his mother, Pamela Joy; his father, Ronald; big sissy, Rachel; his Aunt Nila, grandfather, Craig; his friend and brother Justin; Uncle Jeff, Aunt Tricia, cousins, friends, loved ones, his dogs and his art. He was preceded in death and received by his grandmothers Carolyn and Ellen. Luke was a talented artist and used his many abilities to create tattoos, he worked in a foundry crafting metals and perfected his discipline of kung fu. He was tall and he was big and he was strong, but his heart was tender and his spirit kind. He is returned now to the wildflowers, to the

Robert Thomas Baker

With the Great Depression underway and the second World War a few years on the horizon 1935 was a year of true importance. Amelia Earhart became the first pilot to fly solo from Hawaii to California, Howard Hughes set the airspeed record, President Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act and many thousands of Americans had to face the dust bowl and abandon their farms to look for a new life elsewhere. But in Detroit, Michigan a son was born to Roy William and Katherine (Cat) Mary Genaw Baker on August 20, 1935. Bob grew up to be the light of their life graduating from Marine City High School and then serving in Labrador and Eglin Air Force Base in the United States Air Force. Between growin

Helen Dodd

Helen Dodd passed away, peacefully, on April 3, 2019. Her husband, Ken; daughter Susan and husband David; grandchildren, Katie, Scott, and Jenny; and six great-grandchildren were by her side during her journey, taking turns so that she always had a loved one by her side. Her other grandchildren, Jeff and wife Jodi and Ryan were geographically unable to be there, but were there in spirit. Her son, Bruce Dodd, had sadly passed away 1/09/11. Helen was born, the last of seven children (and a twin), in Latimer, Iowa. Her family spoke only Danish. Helen’s Danish was still fluent. As a young woman, Helen attended business school and worked as a bookkeeper. She eventually co-owned a state-wid

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