Barnabas “Barney” G. Jennings
Barnabas “Barney” G. Jennings passed away in his home on May 18, 2001 with his family and Hospice at his side.
Barney donated his body to the University of Arizona Medical School in Tucson, AZ.
Barney was born on January 4, 1927 in England and immigrated to the United States in 1950. After moving to Winslow in 1956, he began a career with Santa Fe Railroad, and retired after 37 years of service.
Barney is survived by his best friend May Heidt of Minnesota; 3 children, David Jennings of Tempe, AZ., Majorie Fenner of Tempe, AZ. And Kimberly Hess of Minnesota; 5 grandchildren, Jason Robertson, David Williams, Ben Hess, Zeke Hess, and DeJay Jennings; 3 brothers, Richard Jennings of Flagstaff, Jim Jennings of Bermany and David Jennings of Oregon; 2 sisters, Susan Lewis of England and Priscilla Jennings of Denmark; 2 nieces, Susan Jennings and Sharon Hutchinson.
His family wishes to thank Hospice for helping him spend his last days at home.
Any donations made in Barney’s memory can be sent to Northern Arizona Hospice, 510 E. Third St. Winslow, AZ 86047.
Funeral Services for Mary Biggambler, 105, will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, May 26, 2001, at Teesto Assembly of God Church. Rev. Warren Fuller officiating. Burial to follow at the Family Plot in Seba Dalkai, AZ.
Mary Biggambler passed away on May 22, 2001 in Winslow, AZ. She was born on May15, 1896, in Red Lake, AZ. She was a homemaker and a weaver. She was a member of the Teesto Assembly of God Church and was a woman of great faith. Mary was a kind, loving, patient Mother and Grandmother. In her own way, she had a great sense of humor. She set a good example for her children and grandchildren and was a great role model.
Her survivor include: daughter, Gladys Chischillie of Seba Dalkai; son, Levi Biggambler of Seba Dalkai; sisters, Emma Taylor of Seba Dalkai, Mary Charley of Teesto and Hope Attakai of Seba Dalkai; 22 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren; 22 great-great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Harold Biggambler; daughter, Ena K. Begay; sons, Lee Roberts and Andrew Biggambler; sisters, Mrs. Tom Joe and Sybil Manybeans; brother, William Roberts.Arrangement under the direction of Greer’s Scott Mortuary of Winslow.