Obituaries 11/29/00

David Archibeque Jr.

David Archibeque Jr., 64, died at his home November 25. He was born October 16, 1936 in Winslow. He was raised in Winslow and graduated from high school in 1957. He married Irene Ramirez in August, 1957. David went to barber school in Phoenix and then returned to Winslow and worked as a barber. He worked for Dalph Hinkle until 1959 at which time he purchased the shop. It was named Daveh Barber Shop. He continued to work until two months ago. David enjoyed going hunting and fishing, and helping his wife at the Highway Diner.

Survivors include: his wife Irene Archibeque of Winslow; son, Patrick David Archibeque of Winslow; daughters, Priscilla Archibeque and Angela Archibeque both of Winslow; mother Encarnacion Archibeque of Phoenix; brothers, Macario of California, twin brother Frank of Mississippi, Tony of North Carolina, Peter of Phoenix and Edward of Nevada; sisters, Barbara Mann of Louisiana, Stella Crespin of Winslow, and Rosa Sheets, Angela Ingersoll and Christine Smith all of California; thirteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, November 30 at the Desert View Cemetery.

Norvel Owens Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.

Minnie Dickson Lomahoma

Funeral services for Minnie Dickson Lomahoma, 84, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 28, at Greer's Scott Mortuary Chapel. Interment was in Desert View Cemetery.

Minnie D. Lomahoma passed away on November 25 in Winslow. She was born on June 28, 1916 in Castle Butte, to a family of three brothers and seven sisters. She attended Leupp Boarding School from 1923 to 1932, and attended Albuquerque Indian School and graduated in 1936. She returned to Leupp to work in the Leupp Laundry and private homes from 1936 to 1939. In 1941 she began working in Leupp Hospital and transferred to Denehotso Day School in 1942. In 1942 to 1944 she worked at Tolani Lake School and in 1944 she came to Winslow and began working at Grand Canyon Cafe, Santa Fe Round House and Harvey House until 1946. She then worked at Winslow Indian Health Hospital as a medical aide in the central supply room and retired in 1979.

Her survivors include; sons, Edward B. Baldwin and wife Adell and Harry Lomahoma, all of Winslow;daughters, Frieda Lomahoma-Tunney and husband, Bobby Tunney of Winslow; brother, Ross Dickson of Dilcon and sister Cessie Joe of Castle Butte; four grandchildren: Jay D. Baldwin of Farmington, New Mexico, Tammy L. Baldwin of Phoenix, Jess E. Baldwin of Phoenix, and Amanda L. Tunney of Winslow.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Alfred Lomahoma who passed away in 1992. Felix Baldwin and infant daughter Dorothy Baldwin.

Greer's Scott Mortuary of Winslow was in charge of the arrangements.

Hattie Virginia Ward

Visitation for Hattie Virginia Ward, 56, was held from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, November 25 at Greer's Scott Mortuary. Services and burial were to be held in Mississippi.

Hattie Ward passed away on November 22 in Flagstaff. She was born on December 14, 1943 in Prentiss, Mississippi. Hattie was a hard worker with very high standards. She had accomplished many achievements, and was a person who tried to do right by everyone. She was also a very helpful person to all. She will be missed by her family that she loved very much.

Her survivors include: her father and mother, James M. and Effie Lee Ward of Prentiss, Mississippi; son, Ledonovan Notah Ward of Winslow; daughter, Calandra Lynn Notah Ward of Winslow; brothers, James Lee Ward and Frankie Ward both of Prentiss, Mississippi, Henry Ward of Montgomery, Alabama. and Samuel Ward of Winslow; sisters, Mary Ward of Chicago, Illinois, Rena Ward of Prentiss, Mississippi and Jonna Ward of Anderson, South Carolina.

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