Her training as a registered nurse was obtained through the Royal Alexandria Hospital in 1942 where she was awarded the Top Proficiency Award in Patient Care. Ernie is survived by one sister, Florence Parkin (husband Bill) of Santa Maria, Calif; his bride of 66 years, Bessie Marie Daily-Brewer; four children, Herbert Edward Brewer (wife Cheryl), Donald Leroy (wife Diane), Gerald Keith (wife Peggy), and Gloria Jeanne Brewer-Henkel (husband Bob). Trail rides maybe considered an ingredient of a Western vacation at a dude ranch. Burial will follow in the Wickenburg Cemetery. With usual household chores and rearing three The Maricopa County Coordinator is Pat Wilson. Fran and Bill were married February 2, 1952 in Chicago, Ill. Fran lived many years in Illinois as a daughter, wife, mother and friend. A celebration of his extraordinary life will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Everett Bowman Rodeo Grounds in Wickenburg. He was also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Both moved to Phoenix at the same time 45 years ago and it was there they were married. He and Fran married Feb. 2, 1952 in Chicago Ill. Bill was known to follow his dreams. Third generation families were repeat customers, so popular had Remuda become. In 2001 they built an additional home in Wickenburg and moved there permanently. MOSCOE J. Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, Arizona August 17, 1962 In a telephone conversation later with her daughter-in-law who resides in South Carolina, Mrs. Brumm was informed that her son’s body would be sent by plane from Turkey to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., former home of the widow, where funeral services and burial will take place. George Highberger as celebrant. The services were then changed from Saturday to Monday so that they could be held together. At that time he hauled in supplies by mule train over the old Black Canyon Highway. He was 41. She is survived by her daughter Barbara Grisamer of Phoenix. Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, Arizona Arrangements were made by Memory Chapel in Prescott. Feb 14, 2001, p. A20 GUY M. BRAEM, born Sept. 3, 1950, was greeted by the applause of Heaven on April 24, 2004 as he joined his heavenly Father after a brief bout with cancer. Mr. Brumm was born in Kingsbury, Calif., May 14, 1929. he graduated from the Morristown Elementary School and attended the Wickenburg High School for three years. Thursday, July 18 at the L.D.S. For many years, he was a member of the Wickenburg Natural Resource Conservation District and was president at the time of his passing. She was also among the first 200 whites to pack trip around Navajo Mountain to Rainbow Bridge. John was born January 14, 1929. Aug 20, 1954 p. 1 He lived his convictions, never gave up, never gave in, and never forgot the golden rule. He worked for 23 years for Mackensie Muffler in Youngstown, Ohio before retiring and moving to Wickenburg. Mrs. Britz's brother, Myron HILL, was Mrs. Harrington's father. E. LOUISE BUSH, 89, passed away Dec. 31, 2003 in Scottsdale, Ariz. Louise was born on Dec. 2, 1914 in Nebraska. He first retired in 1946 and then was recalled to duty during the Korean conflict. W. W. Hutchison. This manuscript was completed last year with the help of the Burden family to be a tribute to Sophie while she was alive. The latter was notified of his father’s death and it was believed he may be able to come here in time for the funeral. Ore.; and daughters Janice Carolee HAWKINS of Days Creek, Ore., and Muriel Smith of Congress. Robert passed away on May 22, 2007 in Seattle, Wash., on his way to Alaska. She had been in ill health for several years. She was kind, caring, gracious, and a true expression of God’s love on this Earth. Tom was also a poet. Surviving are the widow, Nellie, and one brother, Ashley E. BROWN of Tallahassee, Fla. Jean was a member of the Christian Church and active in the GT club. In 1938 Brownie married Edna Muse in Prescott, Ariz. July 5, 2000 In 1968 Remuda was sold to Glenn Berry, an 18-year guest. FRANCES YARNALL BURRIS was born in Chicago, Ill., to Frank and Mary Yarnall on March 14, 1929, and passed away in Sun City, Ariz., on Aug. 5at the age of 78 years young. Bill was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Mrs. Brown was born Sept. 19, 1915 in Concordia, Kansas. Brown's Wickenburg Funeral Home handled all the arrangements. Fran loved music and always enjoyed singing. She lived in Antigo, Wis., for 23 years before moving to Wickenburg with her husband last September. Private cremation will follow. A graveside memorial service will be held in the Durham Cemetery near LaHarpe, Ill. Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, AZ