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Russell H. Huffine

Russell Hudson Huffine of Cornville died July 19 in Cornville at the age of 94.

He was born in VanWert, Ohio on May 15, 1906.

Mr. Huffine was an agricultural farmer in Ohio and later a finish carpenter before retiring. He was a beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather.

Survivors include daughters, Barbara Donahue of Cornville and Rita Price of Hollbrook; a son, Gary Huffine of Tucson; a sister, Fern O’dell of VanWert, Ohio, 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Private family services were held at the Westcott Funeral Home in Cottonwood.

William E.Dickman

William E. Dickman of Cottonwood died July 20 at the age of 70.

He was born in St. Paul, Minn. on June 16, 1930.

Mr. Dickman was a retired police officer as well as the manager of a storage company.

He served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police.

Survivors include his wife, Beverly, and several nieces and nephews.

The Hepler Funeral Home of Camp Verde handled the private services.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, special contributions could be made to a favorite charity in Mr. Dickman’s name.

Roy H. Johnson

Roy Herbert Johnson of Sedona died July 20 at the age of 68.

He was born in Rockford, Ill. on Oct. 3, 1931.

Mr. Johnson owned and operated a livestock and agricultural farm in Winnebago, Ill. He retired and moved to Sedona 20 years ago, where he fell in love with the area and its scenery.

Hr. was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean conflict serving with the Quarter Master Corps.

Survivors are a sister, Edith Fuller of Glendale, and four nephews and their families, Warren, Gary, Jeffrey and Gregory Fagerstrom.

Funeral services and burial will be in Winnebago, Ill. The Westcott Funeral Home of Cottonwood handled the arrangements.

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