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Robert Andrew Sainsbury
Sunrise: 1960-12-19
Sunset: 2023-02-13

Robert Andrew Sainsbury, age 62, passed away February 13, 2023. He was born December 19, 1960. Robert is survived by his loving wife, Ruth; daughter, Rachel; and son Rory. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 4th, 2023 at 12 noon, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 5461 Manse Road, Pahrump, NV 89061.

Charles "Chuck" Price

Sunset: 2023-02-07

CHARLES "CHUCK" PRICE quietly passed away in his sleep February 7 2023, at home with his wife of nearly 60 years, Pat. He was a Pahrump resident since 1970, an active long-time member in Pahrump Community Church, dad to Patricia (Ron) and Charlene (Kirk) and "Grandpa" to a whole slew of wonderful people, some related by blood. Celebration of life to be held at Pahrump Community Church April 29, 2023 at 1:00 p.m.

Dr Victoria Legaspi-Lefler
Sunrise: 1949-12-23 in Caloocan Philippines.
Sunset: 2023-01-10 in Pahrump

Dr Victoria Legaspi-Lefler, 73, born on December 23, 1949 in Caloocan Philippines, passed away January 10, 2023. She resided in Pahrump, Nevada at the time of her passing. She has 2 children, Sheena and John Jerson Insauriga and 3 grandchildren, Justin Eryx, Jaeden and Ysa.

Glenda Sue Harvey

Sunset: 2022-11-23

Glenda Sue Fisher Harvey aged 80, a longtime resident of Pahrump, NV began her next journey on November 23, 2022. Her rendezvous with the future begins with the reunification of her family members who have preceded her in death: Her father Opal William Fisher, her mother Iona B. Mason (Nanny), stepfather Harrison Walter Mason, brothers Connis Harold Fisher and his wife Geneva, Joyce Ray Fisher, and her beloved sister Darlene Opal Fisher Short, and her husband Alvin. Born in Wichita Falls, Texas, returned to the stars shining over Shadow Mountain.

She is survived by her loving and devoted husband Bobby Harvey after 49 years of marriage, along with her children Karen Mellos and her husband Angelo, her son Mason Rollo and his wife Maria. Her grandchildren include Jennifer Potter, Miranda Mellos and Van Mellos. Other loved family members include her nephews Russell Short and Raymond Fisher, her sister-in-law Patsy Fisher and great-niece Jesseka Short. Her closest friends will know who they are. She'd want them to know they were integral to her life and deeply loved.

She had a variety of jobs in food services such as waitress, cook, barmaid, and carhop. Whether employed as a children's day care provider or as an auto parts cleaner, she thrived at work. Images of her as a young adult riding her gleaming candy-apple red Yamaha emerge. Her uniform of men's shirts and black steel toed shoes were worn during her workdays at Bell Helicopter. In stark contrast, years later she could be seen in white go-go boots and a striking outfit at the time known as hot pants that she sometimes wore when she worked as a barmaid. Later, when she became the business owner of Cherokee Parts Service Company, she was very proud of her success.

Glenda was a devoted wife, as well as a stalwart homeowner busy with home improvements. She spent the last third of her life transitioning from working at a local casino, where she got her exercise walking five miles a day, to taking life at a more relaxed pace. She enjoyed time with her dogs through the years as if they were her other children. She took up painting, creating paintings and a small collection of miniature work on eggshells. While participating in a local writing club she blossomed, loved learning, enjoyed meeting new people, and developed devoted friendships. She embraced her writing and was supported by her wonderful mentoring audience who appreciated her story telling talent. Despite not knowing how to type, she was prolific and experienced a deep sense of accomplishment from being able to print her stories.

Glenda Sue was a creative humble soul, always putting others before herself. She was admired and loved by her friends who bid her bon voyage with zest, hugs, and blessings. Her calm nature and adventurous spirit will be remembered and missed. She dabbled in genealogy, loved gardening, flowers and ice-cream floats. She was of late enthralled with RV travel on YouTube and hoped to hit the road again one day soon. If you'd like to honor her memory, she would be glad to know you've packed up your car to take a road trip while you still can.

John Howard Pickard
Sunrise: 1952-01-27
Sunset: 2022-10-18

John Howard Pickard was born in Germany on January 27, 1952 and passed away in Nevada on October 18, 2022. Mr. Pickard is survived by his wife Mary Catherine Pickard., daughter Laura Zimmerman, granddaughters Arion Fahn and Rachel Petron as well as a great-grandson.

Larry Catlett
Sunrise: 1944-11-08 in Iowa
Sunset: 2022-07-28 in Nevada
Larry Catlett is survived by his wife Annabelle Catlett, a daughter, Nicole Catlett, a step daughter, Blair Ann Luciano and a step son, James Angles.

Visitation for Mr. Catlett is Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at Lee Funeral Home Chapel.

Carole Schultz
Sunrise: 1936-07-10
Sunset: 2022-07-28

The love of my life.
Love, Jerry

Judy Shourek
Sunrise: 1941-12-09 in Nebraska.
Sunset: 2022-07-24 in Nevada

Judy Shourek was born in Nebraska on December 9, 1941 and passed away in Nevada on July 24, 2022. Judy is survived by her husband Robert, five sons, three daughters as well as many grandchildren, great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. She will be missed by her family and friends.

Marilyn Barbarus
Sunrise: 1927-06-23 in Anderson, Indiana.
Sunset: 2022-07-18 in Pahrump

Marilyn Barbarus, 95, passed away on July 18, 2022 at her home in Pahrump. She was born in Anderson, Indiana. Marilyn was the owner of The Crewel World yarn and fabric shop and ran her business for 35 years. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, needlework, reading and puzzles. Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband, Don and her brother, Kim Koenig. She is survived by her daughter, Donnell Mason; grandson, Mark (Lisa) Mason; granddaughter, Brenda (Casey) Cole and three great grandchildren, Peyton Cole, Nico and Birdie Mason. She is very much loved and missed. There will be no services.

Vicki Renee Knapp Holt
Sunrise: 1945-11-26 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sunset: 2022-07-10

With heavy hearts we say goodbye to our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Vicki Renee Knapp Holt, born November 26,1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Clyde Jefferson Knapp and Olive Sellers Knapp, she passed away July 10, 2022. Vicki grew up with her older brother Jeff (Clyde Jefferson Jr.) in Salt Lake and Murray, Utah. She had a love of adventure and music; tubing down Little Cottonwood Creek in Murray, riding her horse, Prince, singing and learning to play the piano, organ, trumpet, trombone, and saxophone. Vicki graduated from Murray High in 1964, then attended the University of Utah where she was a member of the first graduating class of Physical Therapy (1971) and one of only two women in the program. She worked as a Physical Therapist for over 30 years. After graduation, Vicki married her sweetheart, Lamar Holt on December 25,1971 in Las Vegas NV, later sealed in the South Jordan LDS Temple. They were married for 50 years and had one daughter, Renee Holt Parry, and three grandchildren Ciarra, Kora, and Jacob. Lamar and Vicki made their home in many places over the years: Clearfield, UT, Ogden, UT, Las Vegas, NV, South Jordan, UT, and spent the last 25 years in Pahrump, NV. Vicki's passion for music continued throughout her life, especially when it came to singing. She was a part of many vocal groups over the years, including: University of Utah Chorale as a soloist (with whom she toured 11 European countries), American West Symphony and Chorus (with whom she toured Scandinavia), Utah Opera Company, and Murray City Chorale. She was devoted to her family and loved family history and genealogy, she shared stories of her incredible family with anyone who would listen. She was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served faithfully in many callings. She had a strong testimony of her Savior, Jesus Christ. We were fortunate to have her in our lives for as long as we did; she fought breast cancer, and open heart surgery to stay with her family as long as she could before her heart got too tired to go on. Vicki is well known for her beautiful singing voice, piano playing, infectious laughter, kind heart, sense of humor, and her love of trying new things. She will be desperately missed. She is survived by her husband Lamar Holt of Pahrump, NV, daughter Renee Parry (Jared) of Henderson, NV, grand children Ciarra Havon (Hayden) of Enoch, UT, Kora Parry of Salt Lake City, UT, and Jacob Parry of Enoch, UT. Preceded in death by her parents, Clyde Jefferson Knapp and Olive Sellers Knapp, and her brother Jeff Knapp. Services will be held July 23, 2022 1:00 pm at the LDS chapel 921 E. Wilson R Pahrump, NV 89048

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