Katherine Lavonia Stahli (Rev) age 93 of Glendale, AZ passed away March 1, 2016 and now joins her husband Henri Stahli. Katherine was born in Pine Valley, Mississippi to Kenneth & Evelyn Williams she has three sisters : Hazel Pichon, Peggy Norton, Dorthy Punch and brother Kenneth Williams. She will be deeply missed by her children Kenneth Stahli, Thomas Stahli and Susan Ellington. She has five grandchildren: Diana Morgan, Amy Stahli, Jessica Adams, Eric Ellington and Christopher Ellington. She also has eleven great grandchildren. Our family wishes to express our gratitude to all her caregivers who have become a big part of our family for all the wonderful care Kay received. Thank you for loving her as much as we did. Katherine will be remembered for her passion & strength to help others; she was a light in everyone she touched. She is gone but will always be remembered. In lieu of flower donations please make a donation to the Alzheimer's Foundation in the memory of Katherine Stahli.

Ganser, Patrick Vern of Chino Valley, AZ, lost his battle to cancer on Friday, November 6, 2015. He died peacefully with his children and family members by his side. Born in Mishawaka, IN, on May 27, 1936, Patrick graduated from Mishawaka High School then attended Florida State University on a football scholarship. Patrick was married to Ednabelle Ganser for 54 years. She preceded him in death. He will be deeply missed by his children Michael (Patti) DeFreeuw, Fort Wayne, IN; Patrick (Carol) Ganser, Espanola, NM; Shannan Hersey and fiancé Devin Neill, Chino Valley; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Patrick grew up in a large, loving family. Siblings include Michael O'Reily (deceased); Richard C. Ganser (deceased); Betty Toothman, Phoenix, AZ; James Ganser, Mishawaka, IN; Virginia Ganser (deceased), Mary Catherine Grossman, Peoria, AZ; and Barbara Jean Major, Phoenix, AZ. A private family memorial was held on Saturday, November 8, in Phoenix.

Fred Henri Stahli was born 5 July 1918 in Zurich, Switzerland. He died in his sleep on 28 July 2003 at the age of 85. He is survived by his wife, Kay; four children, Larry, Kenny, Tommy & his wife Robin, Susan Ellington and her husband Dusty, five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. He immigrated to the US in 1920 with parents and brothers. Lived in Ozone Park, New York. He served in the US Army in WWII as a cook. He started work in 1946 with TWA as a chef and continued working in food management services until his retirement in 1980. He spent nine years working for Saudia Airlines in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. During the course of his career, he did numerous food shows overseas for the US Department of Agriculture and did a stint as "The Flying Chef" on the BBC in London.