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Obituaries Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, July 3, 1997 17 pillow against the win- Raymond Fisher Raymond Fisher, 80, died June 28, 1997, in a Las Vegas hospital. A retired painter, he was a 12-year resident of Pahr- ump. He was born April 17,1917 in New York. He is survived by his wife, Grace; daughters, Joan (Bob) Keating and Shirley Fisher of Pahrump; , il 1 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Services were held June 30,1997 at the Pahrump Family mortuary. James Smith James William Smith, 54, died June 28, 1997, in Las Vegas. A former truck driver and motorcycle enthusiast, he was born Sept. 18, 1943, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and was a 31-year resident of Pahrump. He was a 15- year member of AA-So- briety. He is survived by his mother Marion Beetta Bunge of Pahrump; sons, James and Timothy, both of Las Vegas, and David of Pahrump; daughters, Marion Louise Mead of Las Vegas, and Sarah Dawn of Pahrump; brother, Bart of San Di- ego; sister, Ora'Zella Mer- cer of Sheboygan Falls, Wis.; and seven grandchil- dren. Services will be Thurs- day, July 3, 1997, preceded by viewing from 3-4 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 921 Wilson, Pahrump. In- terment will be in Cape County Memorial Park, 00/00a.ey Denta, Group li4z0 E' State Highway 372 / LL4 ffl rahrump, NV, 89041 1  1 'mOO 1 Cape Girardeau. Neptune Society of Nye County is handling arrangements. Dorothy Mace DYER-- Dorothy Ann Mace, 63, died June 22, 1997, in Dyer. A former nurse's aid and member of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion, she was born Jan. 29, 1934, in Garnett, Kan. She was a three-year resident of Dyer and a member of the Baptist church. She is survived by her mother, Bertha Hulett of Alabama; husband, Wilbur of Dyer; sons, Richard of Illinois, Dennis. of Tonopah, Kevin of Bishop, Calif., and Bill of the U.S. Army in Germany; daugh- ters, Marsha Duenas of Katy, Tex,. and Mary Davis of Tonopah; broth- ers, Glen and Charles Hulett, both of Alabama, James Hulett of Colorado, Mark Hulett of Montana; sisters, Royanna Warf of North Carolina, and Laura Dent of Missouri; 17 grandchildren and six gr-qgrandchildren. qPrivate family services were held. Neptune Soci- ety of Nye County handled arrangements. William Linford Trevathan On the afternoon of June 24, 1997, Dan and Diane Norcom made their usual trip to the Oasis Mini- Mart, where they observed a male person sitting in his vehicle parked on the southside of the station with his head leaning on a dow. After taking care of their business, they noticed the person still hadn't moved, so they asked Mary French, the store cashier to dial 911. In a few minutes Sher- iffEd Penson and the Gold- field Ambulance Volun- teer arrived, finding the man unconscious. They re- moved him from the ve- hicle and resusitation pro- cedures were begun with patient being connected to Life Pack 300 and trans- ported with a pulse to Nye Regional Medical Center. The hospital reports a few hours later he had expired. According to Sheriff's Office, papers found in his personal belongings indi- cated he had a terminal condition. Name of the de- ceased is William Linford Trevathan, born Aug. 7, 1943, of Las Vegas. The deceased's family in Las Vegas was notified. Lois Ross Lois Ross, 83, of Tecopa, died July 1, 1997, in a Las Vegas medical facility after a long illness. She is survived by her husband George, and grandaughter, I1a Faye. Interment will be in the family plot in Long Beach, Calif Bishop Veterinary Hospital  Tonopah Clinic L Dr. Lind will be in Tonopah July 8 ,. Front downstairs office - 42 Belmont St Appointments/Into, Call 482-6453 after 5 p.m. Dr. Lind will be in every other Wednesday 8 a.mo- 1 p.m.: Dogs, cats and other small animals, including spays, neutering, dentistry, minor surgery,etc. 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.: Horses, cows, etc. I l- r'Tonopa h 5:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m.  ql [ Round Mountain: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m_ II ] Same dates as Tonopah Clinic i I Mon. - Fri. 9a.m. - 8p.m. Sat. 8a.rn. - 3p.nl. 6471 S. Homestead (Across from Sod Farm) 727-0744 N Sign of an Expert WVindow Coverings" Coming Soonl Watch for the SaleW.! l