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I I Ill |1 I f . I I I I /I • I   I i" • I . • handled by Nevada Fmaeral Service.nevadaG*ion or Burial George A. Manley, 59, died at Millitt Ranch, Nye County (Family Home) on February 25, 1997. Born in Round Mountain, Nevada on June 7, 1937, Manley lived in Nevada all his life, in Smokey Valley, White River and Round Mountain. He was a cattle rancher and had his own excava- tion business, as well as a retired ting Engineer working at the Nevada Test Site. He also served in the U.S. Army. Manley was preceded in death by his father, Everett Ward Manley. He is survived by his wife Linda Osterboudt Manley; mother Ann Manley both of Smokey Valley; son Bronco Manley of Tonopah; daughter Lisa Manley of Elk•; brothers Everett "Buzz" of Smokey Valley and Bill Manley of Reese River, NV; sisters Patsy Berg, Carla Pray, Glenna Keller all of Smokey Val- ley and Sandra Manley of Winnemucca and grandchildren Dylan and Morgan Manley of Tonopah, NV. Memorial Sirvicves were held Saturday, March 1, 1997 at the Simpson Center in Hadley, Nevada, 1 p.m. Private family c\\;;numment will foilow, ' " All arrangements were handled by Gunter's Funeral Home in Tonopah, Nevada. Joseph Opsitniek Joseph William Opsitnick, Jr., 52 died at Pahrump Medical Center in Pahrurnp, Nevada on February 24, 1997. Born in Westmoreland Co., PA on September 6, 1944, he had lived in Pahrump for 3 1/2 years, coming from Apple Valley, California. Opsimick was a member of the Our Lady ofthe Valley Catholic Church. Opsitnick was preceded in death by his parents. He was sur- vived by his wife Brenda Opsitnick ofPahrump, NV; sons Brian Opsitnick of Pennsylvania, Robert Glunt of Pahnmap, NV, Ri- chard Glunt of Pahrump, NV, Michael Glunliof Pahrump, NV and Kenneth Glunt of Pahrump, NV; daughters Cindy Poque of Pahrump, NV and Annette Opsitnick Heckman of Pennsylva- nia; son-in-law Nick Poque of Pahrump, NV; daughter-in-law Madelyn Glunt of Pahrump, NV; brother David Opsitnick of Sun City, CA and 8 grandchildren. Services were held at 11 a.rm on Feburary 28, 1997 at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church in Pahrump, NV with in- ternment to follow at Pahrump Community Cemetery. Father Joseph Boshensky officiating. All arrangements were handled by Desert Memorial funeral home. Clarence Labbe Clarence Labbe, 62 died at his home in Pahrump, NV on February 13, 199). ]3orn in Fort ient, Maine on May 4, 1934, he had lived in Patu'ump since October of 1996 coming from Wolcott, Connetticut. Labbe Was a machine oKerator (o TRW Balibearing Co: and a medaber Of the Catholic Church7 Labbe is survived by his wife, Margaret Labbe of Pahrump, NV; son Paul Labbe of St. Petersburg, CT; daughters Gal Pardis of Bristol, FL, Kathy Zarrella of Waterbury, CT, Sharon Evon of Bristol, CT and Pamela Michaud of Bristol, CT; brother Gilford Labbe of Bristol, CT; sisters Yvonne St. Amano of Pheonix, AZ and Armande Dube of Burlington, CT; and 12 grandchilren. Services were held in Bristol, Connetticut. All arrangements were handled by Desert Memorial funeral home. James E.Parson James Edward Parson, 66 died February 17, 1997 at his home in Beatty, NV. Born in Streetman, Texas on September 3, 1930, he had lived 4 years in Beatty coming from South Port Orford, Oregon. Parson was a self employed contractor, a part of the Army, a member of the Baptist Church and a member of the Disabled American Vets. He is survived by his wife, Darlene of Beatty, NV; step-son Jacob Doss of Beatty, NV; daughter Teresa Flake of Vancouver, WA; brother Jerry Parson of Streetman, TX; and sisters Lena, Ruby, Fay and Josephine. Visitation and services were held February 25 at 4 p.m. Memorial services were held at the Baptist Church in Beatty, N. " All arrangements were handled by the Neptune Soci- /ety of Nye County. Eva Getz Eva Getz, 89 died in Pahr- ump, NV on February 8, 1997. Bron in Elizabeth, New Jersey on September 7, 1907, she had lived in Pahrump for one year and four months. She worked as a milliner in a hat factory before retiring. She is survived by a daugh- ter, Esther Neiderberg of Pahr- ump, NV; son Leslie Cretz of St. Louis, MO; 5 grandchil- dren and 3 great grandchildren. Graveside services were held in St. Louis, M• on Feb- ruary 12, 1997. All arrangements were Society. Helen Watkins Helen Henrietta Watkins, 72, died at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas on February 14, 1997. Born November 14, 1924 in Chat- tanooga, TN, she had lived in Pahrump for 2 years coming from South Pittsburg, TN and was a member of the Baptist Church. Watldns was preceded in death by her father. She was sur- vived by her mother, Mary M. Cole; husband Costell Watldns; daughter Gayle Moll-Upshaw of Pahrump, NV; 2 grandchil- dren and 2 great grandchildren. Viewing was from 12:30 until 2 p.m. on February 24, 1997, and service at I p.m. at the First Southern Baptist Church. Pas- tor Cecil Slaghter officiated. Intemmnet was held at Pahrump Community Cemetery. All arrangrnents were handled by the Neptune Society of Nye County. David G.Gilbertson David Gorden Gilbertson, 49, died February 14, 1997 at the UMC Hospital in Las Vegas. Born on July 12, 1947 in Califor- nia, he had lived in Pahrump, Nevada for 5 years coming from Elpasio, Texas. Also, he worked for Dave's Repair Service, re- tired, and erved in the Navy for 4 years. Gilbertson was preceded in death by his wife, Sarah Giiberst0n of Pahrump, NV. He is survived by daughters Tracy Lowe of Michigan, Lorie Watldns of Las Vegas, NV, Shelly Lashley of Nebraska and Jody Boris of Colorado; sons Calvin of Pahrump, NV and Jashua Lefferts of Pahrump, NV and 8 beautiful grand- children. Grave side services were held February 18, 1997 at the Pahr- ump Cemetery at 3:30 p.m. Donations can be given to family or donor's choice in lieu of flowers. please see page 23 I PAHRUMP VALLEY 1 TEMPORARY LABOR SERVICE Call Joy Morrissey 727-41 n @j00eptdne 00ociety Call 24 hours 727-1888 " V .. ba  ' ..?S2 .... 00Direct Burial Includes: Removal from Place of death, preparation of Death Certificates and Permit, Cremation, minimum Um, Fully Licensed P.O. 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