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Steitz, Mrs. S. A.

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OBIT: Prescott Courier 13 Nov 1967: To Arizona in 1919 and was employed as a mechanic at the Bullard Mine at Congress Junction until he opened a garage there in 1920. In 1933, he closed his gardage and moved to Prescott where he opened a garage at the corner of Montezuma & Gurley Street until the mid 1950's when he moved the business to Washington & Gurley Streets. He operated the Richfield Service Station Garage there until he retired. He served on the Prescott City Council, was a volunteer fireman, was active in the Wayfarers Club, the St. Luke's Episcopal Church and the Smoki People. Was also a member of the Sciots. Survivors included his wife, Cornelia, of Prescott, a daughter, Mrs. Betty Jean Enc of Tempe; a son Bee Jr. of New York City; 5 grandchildren and one great-grandchild., Hampton Funeral Home Records: had lived in Prescott for 35 years, in Arizona for 48 years. COD: coronary thrombosis. Remains were shipped to the Greenwood Memorial Park in Phoenix for cremation.
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Date of Death: 22 Nov 1877
First Name: Mrs. S. A.
Last Name: Steitz
Birthdate: c 1835
Birthplace: Boon Co., Missouri
Burial Info: Did Not List a Place of Burial/
Spouse: W. H. Steitz
File Number: 45688

Additional Info

File Number 45688
Last Name Steitz
First Name Mrs. S. A.
Birthdate c 1835
Birthplace Boon Co., Missouri
Date of Death 22 Nov 1877
Burial Info Did Not List a Place of Burial/
Marker No
Spouse W. H. Steitz
Parents No
Occupation No
Description The Weekly Arizona Miner, (Prescott, Arizona) Friday, November 23, 1877:...of pneumonia