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ADELAIDE ANN MARESCA (VAN SLYCK)
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Adelaide Ann Van Slyck, RN, MSN, CNAA, FAAN Adelaide Ann (Maresca) Van Slyck, 75, passed away on May 19, 2020 in Phoenix, AZ. Ann was born on March 5, 1945 in Brooklyn, NY to Frank and Adelaide (Collmer) Maresca. She is survived by her husband of 43 years Tom Van Slyck, brother Tony Maresca (Barbara), Sister-in Law Susan V. Jones, Brother-in-Law Don Holt, nephews Christopher Maresca and Parker Jones, niece Sarah Maresca DuPont (Josh) and grandniece Ainslie DuPont. She and her family moved from Brooklyn to Mesa, AZ in 1961. She graduated from Mesa High School in 1963 and, then while working full time at Southside Hospital in Mesa to support her family, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arizona State University in 1968. She also received her RN certificate in 1968. Subsequently, she received her Master of Science in Nursing from Arizona State in 1973, and then accepted the position of Associate Director of Nursing at St. Luke's Medical Center in Phoenix. Not content to "just do her job", she passed all requirements to become a Certified Nursing Administrator Advanced. Following the departure of mentor Nancy Higgerson, she accepted the position of Vice President of Nursing at St. Luke's Medical Center. After leaving St. Luke's Health System in 1982, she formed her own nursing consulting firm, AVS & Associates, and in 1985 incorporated as Van Slyck & Associates, Inc. Her very first client of AVS & Associates was the University of Phoenix, for which she developed an undergraduate nursing program. In 1985 she earned both the prestigious Salsbury Award from the Arizona Hospital Association and the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Arizona State University College of Nursing. In 1992, she was elected to Fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing. She met the love of her life, Tom Van Slyck, in 1975 and they were married May 26, 1977. She sold her firm in 2006 and retired in 2007. Retired, yes - but not withdrawn. After learning about the mission of Project C.U.R.E. she went to work creating the opportunity to send 3 shipping containers full of medical supplies to Sri Lanka. She also loved to travel and enjoyed cruising. She took multiple trips to Belize, which she often referred to as her holy place. A quiet patron of the arts, she enjoyed the ballet, opera and plays. She also tremendously enjoyed going to the Heard Museum, the Phoenix Botanical Garden, Native American ruins and Santa Fe, NM to visit the pueblos. With the current COVID-19 crisis the family held a small, family only service, and she is now interred in Mesa. Those wishing to do so are encouraged to make a donation to the Arizona State University College of Nursing for Nursing Scholarships. Please direct your donations to the ASU Foundation, Attn: Financial Services, P.O. Box 2260, Tempe, AZ 85280-2260.
ROBERT JOSE MARQUEZ
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Robert Jose Marquez, 60, of Mesa passed away on November 26 2005 in Phoenix. Served in the Army.
Services: December 5, 2005 10AM, Christ the King 1551 E. Dana, Mesa, Az.
Contributions: Salvation Army 241 E. 6th Street, Mesa, Az.
Angels Cremation & Burial. Published in The Arizona Republic on 12/4/2005.
WILLIAM (BILL) MARSHALL
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DANIEL LLOYD MARTINEAU
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Daniel Lloyd Martineau, 65, of Taylor died April 23, 2011, in Show Low. He was born May 21, 1945, Mesa to Lloyd and Elsie Martineau.
Dan is survived by his wife, Jane and five children: Danny (Chloe), Michelle (Dusty), Lynell (Gary), Luke (Shakira), Megan (Jacob); grandchildren: Devon, Randy, Shaun, Marina, Sunee, Sadee, Gage, Alyssa, Maryssa, Kaelynn, Dylan, Avary and Kaden. He also leaves behind his sisters: Diana, Sharon, Pat and Pam as well as brothers, Dean and Bob.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 27 at the Reed Hatch Memorial Cemetery.
Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor handled arrangements
DIANA MARTINEAU
DIANA IS A MISSING CLASSMATE
LINDA MARTINEAU (BRUECK)
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Linda was killed in a car accident in Moab, UT, January 17th 2005.
She leaves her husband Phil and 5 children. Linda was a wonderful
wife and mother!
Phil Brueck
RUDOLPH S. (RUDY) MARTINEZ
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PASSED AWAY MAY 2ND. 2005
ELOISA MARTINEZ (REDONDO)
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FLOYD A MARTINEZ
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Passed away Dec. 15th 1994 In Mesa, AZ
PETER DENNIS (PETE) MATHESON
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Matheson, Peter Dennis 69, passed away surrounded by friends and family on Jan 5, 2015. He was born in Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island on October 12, 1945 and spent his early years in Barrington. At age 12, his family moved to Arizona. He graduated from MHS and served as student body president of MCC before entering the US Navy. After an honorable discharge, he worked as an airline pilot. Peter is survived by his children: Shelly (Mike) Beutler, Kim (Clancey) Fox, Aaron (Robyn) Matheson, Den(TK) Schiefer, Sara (Jess) Maier, 23 grandchildren and his beloved dog, Teddy; siblings: Arnold Matheson, Debby (Jerry) Porter, Sue Anne (Don) Echols, and sister-in-law Pauline Matheson. He is preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Mildred (Buckless) Matheson, brother, Raymond, and son, Quinn. A funeral will be held on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 11 AM at Bunker
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