11/14/01

Kyle Johnson

Kyle Alexander Johnson, 19, died Nov. 6, 2001 in Elk City, Okla., while working for an oil field service company. Mr. Johnson was born Sept. 12,1982 in Williams, to John Daniel Johnson and Debbie Kay Wilhelm. He lived in Williams and Flagstaff until graduating from Williams High School in May 2001. After graduating, he moved to Elk City to work for Key Energy. Mr. Johnson enjoyed playing baseball and played at the Little League level through high school. He played for Coconino High School three years and Williams High School his senior year. He was named most valuable player for Williams High School for the 2001 season.

He was a cowboy and enjoyed roping and helping friends with whatever needed to be done. Mr. Johnson loved the outdoors and going hunting and fishing.

Survivors include his parents, Jack Johnson of Williams and Debbie Wilhelm of Clyde, Texas; two brothers, Craig Johnson and John Johnson, both of Phoenix; paternal grandparents, Dan and Margaret Johnson of Flagstaff; maternal grandparents, Jack and Jo Mckee of Clyde, Texas; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation was Nov. 9 and 10 at the Norvel Owens Mortuary in Flagstaff. Funeral services were held Nov. 10 at Canyon Chapel Four Square Church, 720 W. Sheridan in Williams.

Stuart Quinn

Stuart E. Quinn, 74, died Nov. 7, 2001, at his home in Seligman. He was born April 21, 1927 in Third Lake, N.Y.

Mr. Quinn served in the U.S. Army during World War II and the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict. He was a carpenter who lived 16 years in the Seligman area.

Mr. Quinn is survived by Ruth, his wife of 25 years.

Private family services were held in Seligman Cemetery.

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