Kenneth A. Mester

On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Kenneth A. Mester, loving husband, father of two children, and five grandchildren passed away at the age of 68 years old. Ken was born on July 4, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois to Harvey and Marianne (Alber) Mester. He was a long term truck driver and for a period of time owned his own trucking business. On March 5, 1983, he married the love of his life Deborah A. (Ehrhart) Mester. They raised two children Kerrie A. (Stephen) Manak and Kyle A.E. (Kyla Baker) Mester. Dearest grandfather of SJ Manak, Logan Manak, Kacen Baker-Mester, Cecilia Manak, and Hunter Mester. Dear brother of Barbara M. (the late Dr. Casimir) Firlit and Stephanie J. (Frank) Pisterzi. Brother-in-

Anthony J. Panepinto

Anthony (Tony) J. Panepinto, 85, passed away peacefully on June 17th at Banner Desert Hospital in Mesa, AZ. Tony was born February 3, 1935 in Buffalo, NY to Anthony and Mary Panepinto. He relocated with his family to Tucson, AZ in 1972. He worked and retired from the Sun Tran Bus Company in Tucson. Following his retirement, Tony worked for the University of Arizona in their Department of Parking and transportation and then for the Arizona Prison, Department of Corrections as a recreation officer in both the Florence and Tucson Prisons. Tony loved to help coach boxers as this was a love instilled in him by his father. He volunteered his time with the Tucson Police Athletic league as well as t

Norma Lara

Norma Lara was born in Tucumcari New Mexico to a family of 6 she was the 7th child of what became a family of 12 siblings. Norma chose a career in cosmetology and was an amazing hairdresser, almost every other week I (being her younger sister Teresa) had different colored/colors in my hair. I was kind of her walking billboard. Norma loved her nephews and nieces and great nephews and nieces. Norma was a true pioneer when it came to her religious beliefs, every chance she had she would speak to people about the bible, Norma became a second mother figure to my (Teresa) children and assisted in raising them to the best of her ability. Norma is survived by her sister Teresa Marez Carroll. Nephe

Don Roy Curry Jr.

Don Roy Curry Jr. lived life from July 13, 1953 to August 18, 2020. Don was in the Navy during the Vietnam war. He was dearly loved by his children, nieces and nephews, and all of his family. He is preceded in death by his mother Joan Arleane Dehart Curry, father Don Roy Curry, Sr., sister Stephanie Bertolo and the love of his life Beverly Jackson. He is survived by his sister Joan Marie Allen, Son Dr. Bob Curry, step daughters Corey Solis and Linda Jackson. Funeral services will be Friday September 4, 2020 at 10:30am. At the Veterans cemetery 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd. Phx, Az. 85024

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