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Born: 09-19-1950
Died: 03-1974
Bradley James Aker

Bradley James Aker, 61, passed away on June 27th 2012, peacefully in the presence of his family. Brad was born March 21st, 1951 in Devils Lake, North Dakota. He was a member of the Community Church of Joy and had a long career as an insurance adjuster for both State Farm and Farmers Insurance. Brad was a graduate of Maryvale High School (Class of 1969) and received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Arizona State University. Brad married his high school sweetheart Clara (Engstrom) on May 7th, 1971 and recently celebrated 41 year wonderful years together. Brad and Clara have three incredible and outgoing children, in which Brad spent every moment of his life ensuring their happiness, well-being, and success. His life was active and full of coaching his kids softball and soccer teams, building their high school floats, and lots of family vacation trips. There was absolutely nothing more in life that Brad enjoyed than spending time with his five grandchildren; Owen (5), Serenity (4), Kaylee (4), Ashley (2), and Bryan (10 months). As the true apples of his eye, he enjoyed teaching them how to swim and play soccer, taking them on quad rides through the mud, and showing them that being a kid should be nothing but laughter and fun. As an avid bow hunter, you could always find Brad in northern Arizona Unit 5A every camping and hunting season. He was anxiously looking forward to chasing those crafty and elusive elk this fall off the bull tag he finally drew this year. Two of his favorite annual trips included houseboating on Lake Powell and laying on a beach somewhere in Mexico. Brad was a huge fan of Arizona State Football (especially when they beat U of A ... Go Devils!) and he was a master at throwing darts and horseshoes. He was the best story-teller ever and the jokes he shared were never-ending. He loved his dog of 12 years, Sadat, and took pride in telling everyone that his dog had a 12-word vocabulary in 3 different languages. Brad enjoyed music and you could almost always catch him singing his favorite songs by Bob Dylan, The Traveling Wilburys, Marty Robbins, and Jerry Jeff Walker. Everyone who knew Brad automatically had a friend for life. He loved and valued every single one of his friends and they will each hold a special place in his heart. Brad had an incredible passion for life and took full advantage of every minute. We will miss his smile and his company, but take comfort in knowing he will continue to be with us in spirit and memories. If life is one big party and everyone has to bring something, well then Brad sure brought a lot. He was preceded in death by his father James, mother Henrietta, and brother Sheridan. Brad's spirit and memories will continue to live on through his wife Clara, daughters Alison (Kevin) and Rebecca (Jason), son David, brother and best friend Tom (Patty), his five grandchildren, and his dogs Sadat and Rex. A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be privately held by the family. Condolences and memories may be offered to the family at www.greenacresglendalemort.com. As Brad was a big supporter of Hospice of the Valley (www.hov.org), the family requests donations to be sent there in honor of his memory. Published in The Arizona Republic on July 8, 2012
Clara Louise  (Engstrom) Aker

Clara Louise Aker (Engstrom), 60, passed away peacefully on September 8th, 2012 and was reunited with her husband and best friend, Brad Aker. Clara was born December 28th, 1951 in Ottumwa, Iowa. She was a member of Community Church of Joy and enjoyed 38 years as a claims adjuster for State Farm. Clara graduated from Maryvale High School where she played tennis and was on the pom-pom line. Clara married her high school sweetheart, Brad, on May 7th, 1971 and they recently celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary. Clara and Brad have three strong children. They devoted their lives to ensuring their children's success and bright future. Clara always encouraged her children to experience life and see new things. Clara was always planning their next family adventure or hanging out in her backyard poolside. She spent her time traveling for weekend lake trips, camping, and endless softball and soccer tournaments to cheer on her kids. But, her favorite trips were to Mexico; whether it was Rocky Point, Mazatlan, Cabo or Puerto Vallarta, she always loved the sun, beach, and a good local watering hole. Clara loved football and she could always be found cheering on ASU and watching her favorite NFL team, the Dallas Cowboys! Clara loved her five grandchildren; Owen (5), Serenity (4), Kaylee (4), Ashley (2) and Bryan (1). Once they came into her life, she retired to spend as much time as possible with them. Her house was quickly transformed into a small toy shop and she spent her days teaching them to garden, swim, and take afternoon naps! Clara and Brad loved to spend time with the grandchildren and would plan special road-trips to Tombstone or the Tucson Rodeo just for fun. Clara had a huge heart and a caring soul. Her family will miss her fun, outgoing spirit. Clara is preceded in death by her husband Bradley, father Carl, and mother Frances. She leaves behind two sisters, Carol and Connie (Mike) and a special brother & sister in-law, Tom and Patty Aker. Clara's enthusiasm for life and fun spirit lives on through her daughters Alison (Kevin) and Rebecca (Jason) and son David. A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held privately by the family. Condolences and memories may be offered to the family at www.greenacresglendalemort.com. Clara and her family are big supporters of Hospice of the Valley (www.hov.org), the family requests donations to be sent there in honor of her memory.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Sept. 16, 2012

Born: 12-27-1951
Died: 04-29-2000
Don resided in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona.

Born: 07-31-1951
Died: 12-15-1994

Bill's brother is George Azbill, MHS; 1967. His sister is Terry Azbill, CHHS; 1966. Bill and Vicki Lynne Egger were married in Nevada and last resided in Colorado.



Born: 02-14-1951
Died: 07-13-1998


Born: 02-18-1951
Died: 11-14-1996

Kim Marie (Benzin) Healy

BALLSTON LAKE, N.Y. Kim Marie (Benzin) Healy of Ballston Lake, a passionate advocate and inspiration for people dealing with chronic disease, died on January 28, 2006. Diagnosed with diabetes at the age of nine, Kim's calling in life was advocating for and educating people about managing their healthcare and improving their quality of life. She referred to people with chronic disease as consumers rather than patients and inspired them to be knowledgeable about and in control of their healthcare. Her mantra to consumers was that you are the captain of your healthcare team, if you choose. Choice is the key. Kim, diagnosed in 1986 with end stage renal disease as a result of her diabetes, was a volunteer and board member with the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) of Western New York from 1990-95. Her work there included establishing and chairing the patient and community services committee and advocating for organ donation legislation, which eventually led to the NYS Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. The NKF of WNY honored her with their Gift of Life Award in 1996. Upon relocating to the Capital District in 1996, Kim became active with the National Kidney Foundation of Northeastern New York, ultimately becoming chair of the board in 2002. She worked tirelessly to strengthen the chapter and increase the impact it had on people's lives. In 2005, the chapter presented her with their Board of Directors Award for her dedicated volunteerism and advocacy work on behalf of the people they serve. In addition to her NKF work, Kim served on the executive committee of the End Stage Renal Disease Network of New York State, as well as their medical review board and as chair of the patient advisory council committee for Albany and Upper Hudson Valley. Most recently, Kim was named to the community advisory board for the Prevention Research Center at the University of Albany. Kim was also a member of the board of directors of the Adirondack Area Network. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., Kim was raised in Cheektowaga and graduated from Maryvale High School. Later, she earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Buffalo State College. More than anything, the strength and grace with which Kim went about her life was an inspiration to all who know her. Kim's life will continue to inspire her husband Jim, her best friend and true love for 22 years; her siblings, Rick Benzin, Linda Dougherty and Keith Benzin (who gave Kim his own gift of life when he donated a kidney to her in 1997); her nieces and nephews, who she loved so dearly; and the many other family members, friends and colleagues whose lives are better for knowing her. The family is planning a celebration of Kim's life to be held this spring. A memorial fund has been established in Kim's name at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 6 Greenwood Drive, East Greenbush, N.Y. 12061, to aid the fight in eradicating this tenacious and debilitating disease. I thank God for giving us the choice of being strong and able to move through life with much love and grace in our hearts. -- Kim Healy

Published in Albany Times Union on Feb. 19, 2006

Born: 05-11-1950
Died: 05-16-2003, suddenly, at 53 yrs. old. 
Mike was born in Omaha, NE but his family moved to Arizona & Mike attended MHS. Mike is a past member of The Lions Club & a graduate of Dale Carnegie School of Management. He was preceded in death by his parents & sister, Carol Jean Bonham, MHS; 1972. Family, friends, & associates will miss Mike & his spirited sense of humor. Mike's brother is Harold Bonham, MHS; 1970. Funeral service, 05-22-2003 at A.L.Moore Grimshaw-Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Rd., Phx., AZ. 85013. Mike resided in Phoenix, Arizona. Published in AZ. Republic 05/21/2003.

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Born: 09-24-1951
Died: 12-16-1997


Born: 01-15-1951
Died: 06-19-1977, after a lengthy illness.
Charles resided in Arizona.


Born: 11-19-1950
Died: 08-08-2001
Mike resided in Arizona.


Born: 01-24-1951
Died: 02-1989



Died: 1995, from a heart attack.
Vincent was on the freshman football team, wearing jersey # 64. He was treasurer of the Astronomy Club, & on the JV football team, wearing jersey #22, his sophomore year. His junior year he was in the Astronomy Club. He is missed by all of his friends & family. Vincent's sister is Susan Cutri, MHS: 1965. Vince last resided in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.


Born: 07-23-1951
Died: 11-10-2002

Larry was a member of Boys' Choir & the MHS Gun Club during his freshman year. He was in Thespians during his junior & senior years. And he was a member of the Speech Team his senior year. Larry last resided in Burbank, Los Angeles County, California USA 91504.

Born: 02-25-1951
Died: 01-02-1993

Dale was a studio musician. He was in Boys' Choir during his freshman year, & Concert Choir during his sophomore, junior, & senior years. The Concert Choir provided innumerable concerts & tours in 1966-67. They gave their 1st concert entitled "A Musical Night To Remember" which was followed by a Christmas Concert, & their part in the musical play, "The Mikado," & a concert trip to the Grand Canyon. Dale last resided in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio USA 43606


Born: 09-04-1951
Died: 12-07-2000, from ALS (Lou-Gehrigs Disease).
He was 49 yrs. old. He was a member of the MHS football team. He also attended St. Vincent De Paul. He was a husband to Lisa.



Born: 03-20-1952, in Oceanside, New York
Died: 08-01-2005, at age 53, in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.
As a sophomore, junior and senior (1967-68-69), Nick was a member of Parnassus, the Latin club, and the Biology/Physics club. Both Physics and Latin clubs were very active, and MHS hosted the Latin Institute and the State Saturnalia. They were also in charge of the contests at the state convention held at ASU, and assisted the state chairman in preparation for the national that was held the summer of 1968 at UofA. In 1967-68, Nick's junior year, he was a member of Student Body Executive Committee. Student council was abolished and replaced with Student Senators in Student Government; Nick was a member in both 1967-68 and 1968-69. In both of those years, he was also a member of the National Forensic League (NFL); and the debate team participated in the Southwestern Debate contest at ASU. Nick's senior year, 1969, he was an active member of Thespians (two plays & musicals were presented: "Li'l Abner" and "Ten Little Indians") and debate (participating again in the NFL, and participated in the state and southwestern championship tournaments in Tucson and Tempe). He graduated in the top 2% of his class, stating that he planned to major in speech in college and go on into a career in law. He was a model United Nations delegate and ranked in the top 10% in state math contest. Nick is survived by his mother Yolanda Di Muria; his two brothers, Michael Anthony Di Muria, MHS; 1968 and Steve Di Muria. His sister is Barbara Di Muria, MHS; 1973. Services were private. Arrangements by Best Funeral Services Chapel, 9380 West Peoria Avenue Peoria, Arizona. Nick's family suggests a donation be made to the Arizona Heart Institute and/or Arizona Heart Foundation. Published in The Arizona Republic on 08/13-14/2005.


Born: 03-24-1950
Died: 02-1972


Born: 02-15-1951
Died: 03-1974


Born: 09-14-1951
Died: 07-1986
Tim lived in New York & California. He was in the entertainment industry.

Born: 10-12-1951, in Indianapolis, Indiana
Died: 06-2007, at 55 years of age, in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona

Karen Marie Shatto, was a loving Mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt. She was employed by Bank One. Preceded in death by her Mother Ann Marie Sullivan (dob: 04/30/1930, in Detroit, Michigan - dod: 04/06/2006, in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, at 75 years of age, published in the Arizona Republic, Section B9, on 04/11/2006), and her Father Paul E. Hollowell (dob: 04/14/1929 - dod: 03/05/1992, at 62 years of age, last resided in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona 85016, published in the Arizona Republic, Section B9, on 03/08/1992). Karen's maternal grandparents are: Cecilia and Jesse "Dick" Litchfield Deever (grandfather dob: 01/26/1902 - dod: 02/1967, last resided in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona 85719). Karen is survived by her daughters Michelle Gittlein, Keri Hamill, granddaughters Alyssa Marie Hamill, and Nichole Gittlein, ex-husband and friend, Norm Shatto, brothers Mark Hollowell and Dan Hollowell, sister-in-law Tammie Hollowell, nephews Travis Hollowell and Tyler Hollowell, niece Alyssa Marie Hollowell, sons-in-law Dave Gittlein and Stan Hamill, and stepmother, Betty M. Hollowell. "Mom/Karen, you will be sorely missed and forever in our hearts." A memorial was held Saturday, 06/23/2007 at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, 4102 West Union Hills Drive, Phoenix, Arizona. Reception followed. Published in The Arizona Republic on 06/23/2007.


Born: 01-14-1950
Died: 08-06-1992
Jim participated in football during his Freshman year, & track during his Sophomore year. Jim resided in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona.


Born: 04-25-1951
Died: 07-15-2002

George last resided in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona USA 85019.

Born: 12-27-1951
Died: 10-1986

Douglas Patrick Kearney

59 of Gilbert, passed away on December 2, 2009. In Loving Memory Doug...you will be greatly missed! Doug was born Oct. 3, 1950 in Denver, Colorado, Survivors include daughter, Lindsay; his father, Ray; brother, Greg; two sisters-Jeanie & Kathy; four nephews & four nieces. Private services are planned by the family.

Published in The Arizona Republic on December 13, 2009

Born: 12-16-1950
Died: 07-19-2000


Born: 01-18-1950
Died: 07-28-2001
Rick resided in Hale, Carroll County, Missouri.



Born: 04-03-1951
Died: 04-15-2005


Born: approx., 1951
Died: prior to 1995
Lucinda's death was reported at the Pullano's 04/2005 MHS Nite.

Born: 01-04-1951
Died: 04-30-2001
After a two year battle with breast cancer. She left behind her husband, Frank Torak & two teen daughters: Ashleigh (16), & Kelsey (13).
Charles Maloof

Joyce Maloof Sehnert says, "add my brother Charles Maloof, he passed with a heart attack, 2/2011. He graduated 1969."


Born: 12-16-1950
Died: 05-05-1996
Mike played in the JV Band during his Freshman year.

Dr. John Raymond Morgart

was born September 7, 1951, in Windber, Pennsylvania. He passed into eternal life October 14, 2009, peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family after a hard fought battle with cancer. John was the son of William Raymond Morgart and Fleta Suter Morgart. He is survived by his loving wife of 25 years, Elizabeth Dalton Morgart; his son, William Raymond and his daughter, Jonnie Rebecca. He is also survived by his mother, Fleta, and his brothers, James William (Brenda) and Jeffrey Sewell (Ruth), and his sister, Janis Kay, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Jerry Mark Morgart. John received his Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree at Arizona State University followed by his PHD at the University of Arizona. John spent more than 30 years employed by various agencies within the Department of the Interior, but his greatest love was his time of employment with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He touched countless lives and he will be missed. At John's request a small family service will be held in Logan, Utah. A celebration of life service will be held in Edgewood, New Mexico, on a future date. Arrangements entrusted to: Harris-Hanlon Mortuary, "Our Family Serving Your Family" (505)832-6130 please visit our on-line guesbook at www.obits.azcentral.com or www.Harris-HanlonMorturay.com.


Born: 1951
Died: 1969
Pamela Ann (NOWAK) Andelora

Pamela Ann Andelora
of Sun Lakes, Arizona passed away on Saturday, February 9th, 2008 of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. A breast cancer survivor, Pam was born on September 4, 1951 in Buffalo, NY. She was one of three children. Pam attended Maryvale High School in Cheektowaga, NY just east of Buffalo, and after graduating, went to cosmetology school. Later she owned a salon for several years and continued with her private hair salon business in Sun Lakes. In Buffalo, video captured her interest and ignited her passion for preserving memories in motion. Her videography and photography businesses thrived in both New York and in Arizona. She was married to her beloved husband Carmen Andelora for 26 years until he passed away in 2002. She said to many friends that she had met her next soul mate and love of her life, fiancé, Tom Midstokke, whom she had been with the last 2 ˝ years. Along with the never-ending communication with her nationwide network of friends, Pam had many, many hobbies including traveling, and running several businesses, but dancing, which she had done her entire life, was her favorite activity of all! She is survived by her brother, Steven Nowak of Buffalo, five stepchildren, several cousins, and numerous nieces, nephews and grandchildren. The Service will be held on Tuesday, February 19th, at 10am at St. Stevens Parish located at 28247 S. Dobson Road, Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248. Flowers can be sent to St. Stevens Parish, and if you wish to make a donation, two of Pam's favorite charities were the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation & The American Heart Association. www.komen.org www.americanheart.org8.
Published in The Arizona Republic from Feb. 15 to Feb. 16, 2008


Born: 09-08-1949, at Williams Field AFB, Mesa, Arizona.
Died: 08-12-1973, in an auto accident at State Hwy.87, milepost 217.9, Arizona.
Willie served in the US Army in Vietnam.
As a result of a one-car crash on State Route 87 some 217 miles northeast of Phoenix, Arizona, William (Willie, affectionately known as 'the giraffe' by his friends) was killed and another man (Willie's friend) who was the driver was injured. The two were returning home after failing to make connections with friends they were joining for a camping trip. The accident occurred about 9:50 P.M. Saturday 08/11/1973. Mr. Ray graduated from Maryvale High School and was an Army veteran. He had worked for 2 years at ICX Motor Freight Company and was a member of Teamsters Union Local 8845. Willie's loving twin sister is Alice "Marie" Ray, MHS; 1969.


Born: 10-10-1949
Died: 11-04-2005

Jim participated in track during his sophomore (1965-66) and junior (1966-67) class years. Jim's siblings are Steven "Steve" Alan Rayles, MHS; 1969, Larry Rayles, MHS; 1971, and Daniel "Dan/Dann/Danny" Rayles, MHS; 1979.


Born: 06-16-1951
Died: 04-27-2006

Robert is a Vietnam Veteran.

Branch: U.S. Navy
Rank: FN
Buried at: Section 61 Site 200
Cemetery: National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona
23029 North Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85024

Robert's brothers are Kenneth "Ken" Richard Reissig, MHS; 1967, and Thomas Reissig, MHS; 1971. Robert last resided in Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona 85306.


Killed in a car accident on Maryvale Parkway.

Born: 6-12-51
Died: 6-09-02
He passed after a very long illness in Phx.


Born: 06-12-1951
Died: 06-11-1976
Steve's sister is Pamela Mary Rupp, MHS; 1968. Steve resided in Virginia.


Killed in a car accident on Maryvale Parkway.


Born: 10-31-1951
Died: 04-29-2004

Christopher's siblings are Larry Schierer, MHS; 1968, Randy Schierer, MHS; 1971, and Dianna "Diane" Schierer, MHS; 1972. Christopher last resided in Plains, Sanders County, Montana 59859.


Born: 05-02-1951, in Toledo, Ohio.
Died: 12-17-2004, at age 53, of Glendale, Arizona.

Peter moved to Arizona in 1958. Pete was on the MHS track team during his sophomore, junior and senior years. He was a member of the Lettermen's Club during his junior and senior years. A lifelong student, he earned Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Arizona State University (ASU) and a Masters Degrees from University of Arizona (U of A). He began his nearly 30-year career at Greenway High School in Phoenix in 1977. As a teacher, and later as a guidance counselor, Peter brought thoughtful advice and playful, gentle humor to his classroom, always striving to instill a strong sense of confidence and self-worth in every student. As the advisor for Greenway's vocational business club, DECA, he built a program of superior quality that served as a model for DECA programs nationwide. Peter was a loving and tender husband, who unfailingly gave his support and kindness in times of both great joy and great struggle. He was a devoted father, donating his time and talents to coaching soccer and baseball teams, building a local community theater, and providing unconditional love and guidance to his children and grandchildren, to whom he will forever be remembered lovingly as "Bumpa." Peter touched countless lives with his years of dedication to his students, community, and family and he will be terribly missed by all who knew him. Peter is survived by his wife, Janet; Father, Walter Schwiebert of Sun City and his wife Peggy; brother John Schwiebert (Carl Hayden H.S; 1962) of Stanton, California and his wife Laurie; brother Thomas "Tom" W. Schwiebert (MHS; 1966) of Osceola, Wisconsin and his wife Lynn (Falkenbury) Schwiebert (MHS; 1967); son Ehren of Los Angeles and his wife Caroline; son Andy of Berkeley, California; son Chris Fusselman of Phoenix and his wife Jennifer; daughter Michelle Donahue of Peoria and her husband Danny; and grandchildren Luke, Kaylee, Mayah, Cody, and Alexis. Pete is preceded in death by his Mother Jeanne Schwiebert (dob:1924-dod:1977, interment at Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale, Arizona). Visitation was Tuesday, 12/21/2004 at Hansen Chapel, 8314 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, Arizona. A memorial service was held Wednesday, 12/22/2004, Shadow Rock Congregational Church, 12861 N. 8th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Contributions may be made to: Peter Schwiebert Memorial Scholarship Fund, via PayPal. The direct link is: Pay To: info@peterscholarship.org. Those who wish to make a donation by other means can make a deposit to Bank One account #1833802919. Please notify the family of your contribution so you may be properly recognized. Published in The Arizona Republic on 12/21-22/2004.


Born: 01-08-1951
Died: 11-29-1999
She was living in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona at the time of her death. Sue lived in Tacoma, WA., Los Angeles, CA., San Diego,CA., St. Croix, Virgin Islands, Kingman, AZ.; but her most favorite place to live or visit was Seattle, WA.


Born: 07-24-1951
Died: 08-12-1997
Ronnie's brother is Frank Stone, MHS; 1969, & his sister's are Jonnie Stone, MHS; 1970, & Debra Stone, MHS; 1972. Ronnie last resided in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona USA 85037.


Born: 07-19-1951
Died 07-26-1993
Ed resided in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.

Jackie Jean Terrell

Died 10-15-2013

Patricia Terrell Stokes says "We have loss another Maryvale High alumni Jackie Jean Terrell pass away Oct. 15 2013 she will be greatly missed, she was my younger sister Patricia Terrell Stokes"

Born: 04-10-1951
Died: 01-26-1993

David last resided in Arvada, Jefferson County, Colorado USA 80004

NELLIE "SUE" (WILBANKS) ? (married name unknown)

Died: 07-1973, in an auto accident.
Sue was a member of student council during her freshman yr; & a member of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) during her senior class year.

DELBERT "DelRoy &/or Woody" Roy WOOD

Died: 10-31-1972, in Vietnam.
Woody was in active military duty in the Army,
Rank: Specialist 4th Class, Spec.4 - E4 -Regular, 1st AVN BDE. Woody was 21 yrs. old & single. His tour of duty began on 03-31- 1972. His casualty was on 10-31-1972 in Ding Tuong, South Vietnam. Woody was a hostile, helicopter - noncrew, air loss, crash on land. His body was recovered. He is respectfully honored on the Vietnam Wall National Monument in Washington, D.C., his place on the Wall is Panel 01W - Line 89. He is also remembered on the Arizona Vietnam Wall. Interment on: 11-11-1972
Cemetery: Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery, 719 N. 27th Avenue or 2300 W. Van Buren, I-10 interstate freeway and I-17 freeway and 27th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85009.
Gravesite location: Section 44, Block 27, Lot 2, Space 11.

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