Womack Obits, Arizona
Compiled by Roger Womack
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* ALTA MAE
WOMACK nee OSBORN, Nov.
9, 1904 Jun. 11, 2000
Alta Mae Womack, 95,
passed away June 11, in Cornville She was born Nov. 9, 1904, in Phoenix,
daughter of Arizona Native William I Osborn and Mary (Etter) Osborn. Osborn Road
and Osborn School arc named after her grandfather. She graduated from the Normal
School in Flagstaff (now NAU) in 1924, taught at Creighton School in Phoenix for
one year, and married Baxter Womack in 1925. They were married for 65 years.
Baxter died in 1990. A member of the Methodist Church from childhood, she was an
active member and officer of the Federated Church in Flagstaff and of Methodist
churches in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Clarkdale, and Cottonwood. She is survived by
daughter Cora Mae Tincher and husband, John, of Big Bear Lake, CA, sons Don of
Scottsdale, Ed of Cottonwood, and Larry of Las Vegas, NV, three "daughters-inlove'
Grace, Jean and Jean, 12 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, and 2
great-great grandchildren. A memorial service for Alta Mae will be held at
Mountain View United Methodist Church in Cottonwood, at 1 pm on Saturday June
24. Memorial contributions may be made to Mountain View UMC, 901 S. 12th St.,
Cottonwood, AZ 86326, for the scholarship fund.
Obit from todays Phoenix Paper,
Arizona Republic(extract)(Jun 18 2002)
Chad Andrew Womack of San Diego
Born Jul 3, 1979, died June 11,
2002 of injuries sustained in dirt bike accident in Mexico.
Survivors (All of Phoenix):
Mother: Barbara Womack
Father/Step Mother: Mark and
Sister: Lindsay; Brother:
Grandmothers: Doris Rohling and
* DAISY MARIE GOLDENSTEIN nee WOMACK, Oct. 28, 1929 - Dec. 16, 2008
Born Daisy Marie Womack, in Wickenburg, a fourth generation Arizonan, raised in Flagstaff, graduated Flagstaff HS in 1946. Attended AZ Teachers College [Northern Arizona University]. Married Lou Goldenstein July 1949. Taught first and second grades at Beaver Creek and Camp Verde schools for more than 20 years.Survived by Louis, her loving husband of 59 years; her son, Steve; daughter Linda; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and numerous family and friends. She enhanced the lives of many and will be greatly missed. A memorial will be held at United Methodist Church, 480 First St., Camp Verde, at 1 p.m., Monday, Dec. 22.
* DONALD WHITFIELD WOMACK, Nov. 8, 1922 - Jan. 15, 2000
WOMACK, DONALD WHITFIELD 77 of Torch Lake, Mi. Winter visitor of Arizona. retired Vice President of Property Management Co. Past Commodore of Detroit Yacht Club. Died Janurary 15, 2000 in Glendale, AZ. Born in Ray, AZ November 8, 1922. He was a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard. Survivors include his wife Helen L. Daughters Mary (Ted) Brontsema of Az. Kathryn of New York and Son Chad (Su) of England. Four grandchildren Angela, Sol, Rory and Theo. Sister of Mary (Robert) Appling, nephew Larry (Alex) Womack. Memorial service to be held this summer at Torch Lake. Contributions to Hopsice of the Valley, 5555 W. Thunderbird Rd., Glendale, AZ. 85306-5083. Arrangements by L.J. Griffin Funeral Home , (734) 522-9400.
Source: Roger Womack, MLWomack@aol.com
EVA MARGARET ISAACS BRIZENDINE nee WOMACK,
Apr. 12, 1923 Mar. 25, 2009
TUCSON, Ariz. Eva Margaret (Womack) Isaacs Brizendine died March 25, 2009, in Tucson, Ariz.
She was born April 12, 1923, in Duluth, Minn., to William "Bill" Womack and Katie Hendricks Womack. She was married to Elisha "Bud" Isaacs from 1940 to 1947. She married Loren W. Brizendine on June 29, 1960, in Anderson, where they lived until they retired to Okeechobee, Fla., in 1987.
Mrs. Brizendine was preceded in death by her husband of more than 40 years, Loren W. Brizendine; a son and daughter-in-law, Gary Kent Isaacs and Joan Taylor Isaacs; and sisters Ida Grace Propps and Martha Louise Hudson.
A remembrance get-together for Eva, Gary and Joan is being held in the Presidential Room at Jonathan Byrd's Restaurant in Greenwood at 5 p.m. Sunday. Family and friends are welcome to attend.
Online condolences at www.theheraldbulletin.com.
in The Herald Bulletin from 6/23 to 6/24/2009
Obituary Gladys S.
(Shields) Womack (August 14, 1959)
Services for Gladys S.
Womack, 48, who died Friday, will be held at 2:00 pm Tuesday in the Neighborhood
Congregational Church, 717 East Southern Ave.
The Rev. Arthur A. Meinhardt will officiate. Burial will be in East Rest Haven Park.
Friends may call at Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary, 3800 South Centeral
all day today and tomorrow. Born in Southwestern City Missouri, Mrs. Womack came
to Phoenix in 1941. Recently she moved to a ranch near Glendale.
She is survived by her husband, Walter; a daughter, Mrs. Elma Brown, and
two sons, Darrol and Joel Womack all of Phoenix.
Also surviving are her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Charley Shields and a
brother, Vades Shields all of Southwestern City and two grandchildren.
Gladys Womack Passes Away
(Southwest City Paper)
Funeral services were
held at 2:00 pm August 18, 1959 in the Neighborhood Congregational Church in
Phoenix, Arizona for Mrs. Gladys Womack who passed away August 14, 1959 at the
age of 48 years, 8 months, and 10 days. She
leaves to mourn her departure her husband Walter Womack, one daughter, Elma
Brown, and two sons, Darrol and Joel Womack, and two granddaughters, Beverly and
Terri Brown, all of Phoenix Arizona. Also, she leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shields, a brother Vades Shields, a neice, Dorothy Shields of Southwest
City, and a neice, Donna Renner and a great nephew, Gale Renner, Noel, Missouri,
several cousins and a host of friends. She was laid to rest in the East Rest Haven Park Cemetery in
Phoenix, Arizona. --
CARD OF THANKS - we wish to thank each and everyone who sent cards,
letters, gifts, and flowers to our loved one, Gladys, S. Womack during her long
illness and sent flowers at her death. God
Bless You. The Womack and Shields families
Burial: Phoenix Rest
Helen L. Womack, 79, of Traverse City, formerly of Torch Lake and Sun
City West, Ariz., died Saturday, Aug. 28, 2004, at Munson Medical Center, surrounded by her loving family. Born April 1, 1925, in Detroit, she was the daughter of Charles Lothrop and Mary Loraine (Detwiler) Hayward. On June 30, 1949, in Detroit, she married Donald Whitfield Womack, who preceded her in death on Jan. 15, 2000. Helen was a kind, generous, feisty, determined woman. She graduated from Alma College, where she was "Queen of Scots" and met her beloved, Don. Together they had three children and many family pets. Helen had been employed as a teacher in the Detroit area for over 30 years. After retirement, Helen and Don enjoyed many years of boating, golfing, traveling, and spending summers on Torch Lake socializing with their dear friends. Helen often spoke of the memories she had from her father's purchase of Shady Rest on Torch Lake in the 1930s. The land, the lake, and the whispering pines, were her delight and she thoroughly loved being there. Survivors include her three children, Mary (Ted) Brontsema of Glendale, Ariz., Kathryn (Steven) Holl of Traverse City and Chad (Su) of England; five grandchildren, Sol, Angela, Rory, Theo and Travis Juan; and a sister, Phyllis Livingstone of Kalamazoo and Torch Lake. A memorial service will be held at the Presbyterian Church on Friday, Sept. 3, 2004, at 11 a.m., with visitation from 10:30 a.m. until the time of the service. The Rev. Dr. Homer Nye will officiate. Memorial contributions may be directed to Phoenix Assistance League
on 7th Street, Phoenix, Ariz. Arrangements are by the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home in Traverse City.
Published in the Arizona Republic on 9/1/2004.
19, 1940 - Dec 2, 2010
Services for Joel Wesley Womack, 70, will be held on Saturday, December 11, 2010, at Resthaven Mortuary & Cemetery at 12:00 Noon (Viewing). Chapel and Gravesite Ceremonies will be held at 1:00 pm, 4310 East Southern Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85042. Joel was born on July 19, 1940 in South West City, MO he passed away suddenly on December 2, 2010, Sun City, AZ and now joins his beloved wife, Dorothy Leah Womack, parents Walter & Gladys Womack & brother Robert Womack. Joel began his 50 year career as an ironworker in Phoenix with Local Union 75. Later, he transferred to Local Union 433 of Los Angeles where he retired. Joel attended South Mountain High School and graduated in 1958. There he played football, basketball and baseball. Joel was an avid hunter, enjoyed fishing, going to yard/estate sales and loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Joel is survived by his two sons Wesley A Womack, Phoenix, AZ, James (Rae) Womack, St. Johns, AZ, 3 grandchildren Teleysha, Trinity and James Joel (JJ), of St. Johns, AZ and his sister Elma Willey of Georgia.
THOMAS WOMACK, Dec. 22,1929 - Sep.
Leldon T. (L. T .) Womack, 68, a
resident of Litchfield Park, AZ, died Friday,
September 18, 1998. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Womack of Litchfield
Park, AZ; son, Tom Womack and wife,
Betsy of Albuquerque, daughter, Carol Womack of Lincoln, NE; sister, Jenell
Bills of Hubbard, TX; brothers, Emmett Womack of Redding, CA and Ralph E. Womack
of Capitan, NM; and grandchildren, Nathan and Natalie Butters of Albuquerque.
Mr. Womack was born in Merkel, TX and was a graduate of the University of New
Mexico. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Lincoln, NE.
He was also a member of the
Lincoln Rotary Club #14 and Country Club of Lincoln. Mr. Womack retired after 31
years of service from the accounting firm of KPMG Peat Marwick. He was active in community and professional
organizations and served in leadership
roles in many of those organizations. Services will be held Wednesday, 2:00 p.m.
at French Mortuary, University Blvd Chapel, 1111 University Blvd, NE, with
Pastor Rick Donaho officiating. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park,
924 Menaul Blvd, NE. Pallbearers will be John Keller, Billy D. Brown, Oren
Benton, Dick Dossey, Ray Zimmer and Hoover Wright. Friends may visit French
Mortuary, Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The family requests memorial
contributions be made to the John Wayne Cancer Institute, Attn: Susan Wilson,
1328-22nd St., Santa Monica, CA 90404 or The Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.,
4 Research Place, Suite 180, Rockville, MD 20850- 3226. French Mortuary, 1111
University Blvd, NE.
PORTER WILSON WOMACK, Jan.
21, 1903 Jan. 20, 1959
BORN IN FLAT Creek, Tenn., Mr Womack came to Arizona Territory an Phoenix in 1908 and became a home builder 1927.
will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in
Central Methodist Church, 1875 N. Central.
may call from 3 to 10 p.m. today at A. L. Moore and sons Mortuary,
333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Leta M; two daughters, Mrs. Clayton Dean of Phoenix, Mrs. John Pickrell of Sioux City, Iowa; three brothers, Hagan, Andy and Richard, all of Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Horace Taylor of Clarksville, Tenn., Mrs. Joseph Beebe of Downey, Calif.; and seven grandchildren.
FAMILY suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society.
Obituary - Services for
Robert Darroll Womack, 41, who lived here thirty eight years and died December
10, 1979 in his home will be at 11:00 am today at Grimshaw Chapel, 710 West
Bethany Home. Mr. Womack, 9420 West
Missouri, Tolleson, was employed as an iron worker for the Bechtel Corp. at the
Palo Verde Nuclear Plant. He served
on the examining board of Union Local 75 and was selected as apprentice of the
year in 1967. He attended South
Mountain High School where he played football and served in the Army from 1961
to 1963. Surviving are his wife,
Sharon G.; a sister and a brother.
Burial: East Rest Haven
Cause of Death: suicide
Mariposa - Ruth E. Womack, 94,
an 80-year resident of Mariposa County, died on Friday, June 14, at her home in
Funeral services were held
Monday, June 24, at 6:00 p.m. at the Mariposa County Cemetery Chapel and were
conducted by Pastor Kevin Campbell of the Mariposa United Methodist Church and
the Las Mariposas Chapter No. 200 O.E.S. Burial was at the family plot.
Mrs. Womack was born December
18, 1907, in Goodrich, North Dakota. She came to Briceburg, Mariposa County in
1922 when her mother was hired to teach school there.
The family also resided in
Hornitos and Bootjack while she attended Mariposa County High School graduating
in 1927. She married Ernest J. Womack in Yosemite Valley on July 25, 1927. For
many years, they operated the Ft. Sumpter Garage, which was located where the
Vault Clothing Store is now in Mariposa. They also operated Briceburg Inn for
Her husband died in 1968, and
Mrs. Womack continued to reside at her home in downtown Mariposa on Highway 140
until her death.
She had worked at many jobs,
including the garage business, with her husband. She also sold insurance, waited
tables, and cleaned houses.
Her community activities and
affiliations were numerous and include Mariposa County PTA, Order of Eastern
Star, White Shrine, Methodist Church, Daughters of the American Revolution,
Republican Women, Mariposa County High School Alumni Association and the
Salvation Army. She was a tireless worker and often assumed leadership roles.
Survivors include one sister, a
niece, a nephew, seven grandnieces and one grandnephew.
* WALTER ERVIN
7, 1910 Oct. 7, 1973
WOMACK, Walter E. died
October 7, 1973. Survived by sons,
Robert Darrol, Miami, Arizona; Joel W., Globe; a daughter, Elma M. Willey,
Phoenix; brothers Arthur and Clyde both of Miami, Oklahoma; Howard, Humbolt,
Arizona; sisters Ruth Parish, Phoenix; Ruby Renolds, Vinita, Oklahoma; Rose
Gerlach, Van Nuys, California.
Also four grandchildren. Memorial services 1:00 pm today Grimshaw Bloom
Chapel, 3800 South Centra Avenue with Rev. Robert Lippincott officiating.
Interment East Rest Haven Park Cemetery.
Burial: East Rest Haven
Military service: Marines
Produce Shed Worker, Lapidary
WILLARD JOHN WOMACK, May
17, 1912 - June 29, 1997
John Womack died June 29, 1997. He was 85. Survivors include two sons, Lamar
Womack of Corpus Christi and Yvonnie Womack of Monroe, La.; a daughter, DeWanna
Orbeck of Sun City, Ariz.; two brothers, Ross Womack of Fort Worth and Shelby
Womack of Kentucky; three sisters, Willie Hughes and Louise Sanders, both of
Bastrop, La., and Sally Austin of Natchez, Miss.; four grandchildren; and seven
great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. July 2 at Young's Funeral Home,
El Dorado, Ark. Burial will be in Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, El Dorado.
Charlie Marshall Funeral Homes and Crematory, Aransas Pass.
Christi Caller Times---Texas July
WILLIAM FRANKLIN WOMACK, Jul.
25, 1920 Oct. 22, 2005
William F. Womack William
"Bill" Womack, 85, of Tucson, AZ passed away on Saturday, October 22,
2005 at the VA Medical Center. He had been a resident of Tucson for the past 35
years. Bill was born July 25, 1920 in Waco, Texas to Orson and Lillian
(Thompson) Womack. Bill is survived by his wife of 35 years, Lula
"Irene" Womack; children Marie (Womack) and David Hinshaw of Sierra
Vista, AZ, Peggy (Womack) Snow of Amarillo, TX, Tommy Womack of Ft Worth, TX,
Fred and Susan Womack of Waco, TX; step-son, David and Brenda Shay of Phoenix,
AZ; 12 grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by
his brother, Patrick and sister, Eloise. Bill served in the Army Air Corps
during WWII as a B-24 gunner until shot down over Italy, and captured. He was a
POW for one year. Bill continued his military service after the war in the Air
Force as an aircraft mechanic/instructor until 1960. Bill continued his career
as a civil service mechanic/instructor, until his retirement from DM AFB in
1970. Bill loved to work on his own plane, tinker with automobiles, and dabble
in photography. He was an elder in Pantano Christian Church, teaching bible
classes, singing in the choir, and helping construct the church when it was
located on Golf Links. A memorial service will be held in Tucson on Wednesday,
October 26, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. at the Pantano Christian Church, 10355 E. 29th
Louis Clyde Goldenstein, 84, died Thursday, April 16, 2009.
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