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EDWIN VAL WESTERN
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DAVID WESTMORELAND
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JOHN PHILLIPS WHEELER
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John Phillips Wheeler, 71, passed away Friday, June 2, 2017 at his home in Eagar. He was born September 15, 1945 in Phoenix, the son of Beniah Wheeler and Lovel Unroe Phillips Wheeler. John served in the National Guard and was the owner of Gilbert True Value Hardware and Gilbert Flooring Co. Three things John loved most: his family, his church and the outdoors. John is survived by his wife, Pauline Naylor Wheeler, Eagar; sons, Lance John Wheeler, Shawn Owen Wheeler, Matthew Lane Wheeler, all of Mesa; daughters, Wendy Ann Wheeler Phelps, Arizona; Julie Ann Wheeler Ferrin, Utah; step-children, John Matthew Tolman, Mark Andrew Tolman, Jeremy Luke Tolman, Benjamin James Tolman, Cameron Paul Tolman, Karalynne Tolman Sanders, all of Arizona, brother, Richard Wallace Wheeler, Arizona; sisters, Lovel Wheeler Blacker, Idaho; Karen Wheeler Jackson, Idaho, Diane Wheeler Hathcock, Arizona; 54 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Beniah Cutler Wheeler, II, Douglas Wayne Wheeler, William Ronald Wheeler and step-son Jason Aaron Tolman. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 12:00 noon at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Eagar Stake Center, with visitation one hour prior. Interment will be held Monday, June 12, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa.
MARRIED  PAULINE NAYLOR
WILLIAM (BILL) HATCH WHETTEN
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Whetten, William Hatch William Hatch Whetten, 70 of Mesa, passed away peacefully in his home on January 12, 2016. He is survived by his wife Carolyn of 45 years, his children Stacy Johnson (Ben), Allison Jensen (Joe), Melissa Meyers (Todd), Don Carlos (Deanna), Candice Angle (Matt), Brittany Garrett (Brady), 27 grandchildren, siblings Kathleen, Arlene, Alden and Tom. He is preceded in death by his son Jason and brother Lloyd. Born March 27, 1945 in Mesa, Arizona, Bill called the Superstition wilderness his backyard. He attended Mesa High School and enjoyed participating in many sports and music activities before graduating in 1963. He attended BYU for one year before serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Chile Santiago Mission. He returned to BYU and graduated with a degree in accounting. He met Carolyn Simmons while going to school and they were married July 11, 1970 in the Mesa LDS temple. After working as an accountant briefly in California, they moved back to Mesa where he began working in Real Estate and with his family's businesses. He worked in Real Estate for over 40 years as an agent, owner, broker, and educator. He enjoyed working in the temple for nearly 20 years and even with his failing health wanted to attend often. Bill will be best remembered for his integrity, love of family, repetitive story-telling, historical trivia, classical music, Mt. Dew, peanut M&M's. His children and grandchildren sincerely believe his story of being friends with Superman. His children are at a loss as to whom to tease now that he is gone
JOHN WHITE
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WESTERN HORIZONS INC. REAL ESTATE
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RON WHITTON
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GARY WIGGER
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BRENT DURFEE WILCOCK
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www.brentwilcock.blogspot.com 6 19 CLASS OF 63 PRESIDENT

DEAR MHS CLASSMATES,
I'M SORRY AND SO SAD TO INFORM YOU OF THE PASSING OF OUR BELOVED BRENT WILCOCK. HE WILL BE MISSED AS THE LEADER OF OUR CLASS AND FOR THE WONDERFUL PERSON WE ALL KNEW HIM TO BE. HE WAS A DEAR FRIEND AND CLASSMATE TO US ALL.
Wilcock, Brent Durfee passed away peacefully on July 28, 2009 surrounded by family after complications from a stroke. He was born on May 23, 1945 in Lovell, WY to Thara and Ethel Beal (Durfee). He was raised in WY and moved to AZ in 1951. He graduated from Mesa High '63 and BYU '69. He served a full time mission in NYC. He married the love of his life, Jill Wilcken and they had six children: Derek (Shawnah), Wendi (Richard) Jensen, Holli (Troy) Gardner, Devin (Tiffany), Dalen (Ali), Trisni (Tieg) Justesen. He leaves behind his wife of 41 years,children and 20 grandchildren as well as four of his five siblings, Kennard, Ronnie, Wendell (deceased), Arvella Merrill (Las Cruces, NM),Thala Thomas(Pullayup,WA) and many other family members and friends. He was a loving husband, father and grandpa. He was a faithful member of the the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served with a happy heart as a bishop, prison minister, assistant at the Randolph Center, and teacher to name a few. He was in the insurance industry for most of his adult life. He loved his country and showed his patriotism by serving in many civic capacities, including Gilbert Kiwanis, Junior Achievement and Rotary. He was the best Santa Claus ever. He will be dearly missed, but left a wonderful legacy. Thank you Dad. Information regarding his life can be seen at www.brentwilcock.blogspot.
CLAUDIA WILLIAMS (JONES)
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