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6/24/1989 - 3/22/2003
Happy Birthday Sweet Girl
You're 28 today
How we wish we could see you, hold you and tell you again just how much we love you.
You were an amazing daughter and big sister and we miss you every day.
They say that time eases the pain, but it never goes away and I don't believe it ever will. There is a hole in our hearts and lives that will never heal. Our hearts are filled with such love for you Bran and continue to ache with the pain of losing you.
Love, mom, dad, Garrett
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83 years old, of Tucson, Arizona, was taken by the Lord to heaven on June 21, 2017, after a long battle with cancer.
Victor's Celebration of Life Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Sacred Heart Church officiated by Father Jim Hobert. Visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 27, 2017 with the recital of the Rosary at 6:00 p.m. at ANGEL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME. Funeral arrangements are being handled by ANGEL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME.
Victor was born in Tucson, Arizona on June 27, 1933. He has three brothers; Father Elias, Frank and Richard and two sisters, Sister Philomena, and Sister Ursula. Victor attended Sacred Heart Parochial School.
Victor was married to Janice LeCocq on February 2, 1957; they were married 60 wonderful years.
Victor worked as a bus driver for Amphitheater School District, a machine operator at Krueger Manufacturing, and as a Shop Manager for his son, Alex Galvez at Desert Ornamental Artistry. Victor was a gifted mechanic who enjoyed working on automobiles and anything that needed fixing. He loved to travel with his family taking vacations and numerous weekend adventures "in the big red station wagon". Victor's children meant the world to him, and his spare time was totally devoted to teaching them the skills required to be successful in their lives.
Victor was a member of the Aquinas Club in his youth, where he first met his future wife to be, Janice, and then in his adult years he was an active member of the Knights of Columbus as a fourth degree Knight.
Victor is survived by his wife, Janice LeCocq Galvez; his children, Victor Galvez (Joyce Ann), Alex Galvez (Lourdes), Mary Rita Rounds, Mary Ann Araiza (Cris), Mary Jo Galvez (Jeff), Mary Helen Vega (Rudy) and Christopher Galvez (Marleah); his grandchildren, Victor Galvez Jr. (Patty), Michael Galvez, Geovanna Galvez, James Galvez, Amber Araiza (Ryder Rodriguez), Crisolfo Araiza (Logan), Rudy Vega Jr., Ashley Galvez, Francisco Galvez Jr., Chris Galvez Jr., Coreena Galvez, Corey Galvez, Cameron Galvez, Alliyah Henry, Aspen Galvez, his great-grandchildren, Tyler Galvez, Adrian Galvez, Miguel Galvez, Juliet Gaona, Riley Rodriquez and Rome Rodriguez.
Victor is preceded in death by his sons, Francisco and Johnny and his daughter, Mary Grace.
The Galvez family wishes to thank Casa de la Luz Hospice for their care and support. The staff and nurses exceeded every expectation during our time of need and helped bring comfort and peace to us all.
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KELLY, Frederick George "Fred", passed away June 22, 2017. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Margaret (Peggy) (Heffernan) Kelly; his four children, sons - Kenneth Kelly (Kerry), Raymond Kelly (Kelly), Michael Kelly (Patti) and daughter, Mary Beth Seamands; numerous grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his grandchildren, Meghan and Frederick Kelly. Fred was born January 18, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY. After a successful term in the US Army as a Captain, Fred owned a successful landscape company in Connecticut and was Superintendent of Parks in Greenwich, CT during his young adulthood, then moved to Arizona in 1970 with Peggy and his children. During his career in Arizona, Fred held many positions including Assistant Registrar of Contractors for the State of Arizona, and a "Cactus Cop" for the Department of Agriculture, and was featured in Reader's Digest. Fred was an integral part in the building of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, and the street is named for him. Fred took great pride in his accomplished life, but his greatest love was his marriage to Peggy and his children and grandchildren. He was loved by many and will leave an unfillable hole in our hearts. Viewing: ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel, 8090 N. Northern, Sunday, June 25, 2017, from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Graveside Service Monday, June 26, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Hope Cemetery, 3555 N. Oracle Road.
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