Mary Elizabeth Fuller




David Michael Strub was born November 16, 1945, in Le Mars, Plymouth Co., IA, and died September 21, 1989, in Cave Creek, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 43.

Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller was born about 1946, in Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA. She is the daughter of Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller of the Village of Rammersweir, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson of Grinnell, Poweshiek Co., IA. Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller graduated from Independence Christian High School, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, in 1964.

David Michael Strub and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller were married December 16, 1967, in Saint John's Catholic Church, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA.

David Michael Strub and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub had no children.

David Michael Strub and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub were divorced before 1979, in Unknown.

Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub then married Gary Lewis Ray.

Gary Lewis Ray was born March 3, 1945, in Los Angeles Co., CA.

Larri Sue Moore was born April 21, 1947, in Dallas, Collin Co., TX. She is the daughter of Thomas Austin Moore, and Marion Keith Jessup. Larri graduated from Bryan Adams High School, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, in 1965.

Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue Moore were married December 20, 1969, in Los Angeles Co., CA.

Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray had one child:

  1. Trevor Thomas Ray: Born November 25, 1974, in Saint George, Washington Co., UT; Died May 10, 1983, in Sandy, Salt Lake Co., UT (age 8). Buried in Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Salt Lake City Co., UT.

Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray adopted one child:

  1. Jason Unknown: Born Unknown.

Gary Lewis Ray received a divorce from Larri Sue (Moore) Ray February 17, 1977, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.

Gary Lewis Ray and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub were married April 28, 1979, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.

Gary Lewis Ray and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) (Strub) Ray had no children.

Larri Sue (Moore) Ray then married Paul Victor Kolan.

Paul Victor Kolan was born September 26, 1952, in Lehi, UT.

Winona Darlene McLane was born November 1, 1955, in Unknown. She later married Unknown Johnson, and David S. Stephens November 18, 1978, in Contra Costa Co., CA.

Paul Victor Kolan and Winona Darlene McLane were married January 4, 1974, at Community Presbyterian Church, American Fork, UT.

Paul Victor Kolan and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray were married May 4, 1979, in Utah Co., UT.

Paul Victor Kolan and Larri Sue (Moore) (Ray) Kolan had Unknown children.

Larri Sue (Moore) (Ray) Kolan then married James P. "Jim" White.

James P. "Jim" White was born June 21, 1943, in Unknown.

James P. "Jim" White and Larri Sue (Moore) (Ray) Kolan were married Unknown.

James P. "Jim" White and Larri Sue (Moore) (Ray) (Kolan) White had Unknown children.

David Michael Strub then married Barbara Lucille "Barb" Canero.

Barbara Lucille Canoro was born December 13, 1948, in Fairbanks, AK. She is the daughter of Vincent Robert Canoro of New York City, NY, and Sarah "Sally" Unknown.

David Michael Strub and Barbara Lucille Canoro were married in Maricopa Co., AZ.

David Michael Strub and Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub had one child:

  1. Rachel Ann Strub: Born about 1978 in Maricopa Co., AZ. Married to Justin Wayne Smallwood: Born August 15, 1973, in Unknown.

Barbara Lucille "Barb" (Canoro) Strub then married (2) Donald Alvino "Don" Ratti.

Donald Alvino "Don" Ratti was born May 24, 1942, in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, and died February 28, 2007, in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 64. Buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Donald Alvino "Don" Ratti and Barbara Lucille "Barb" (Canoro) Strub were married Unknown.

Donald Alvino "Don" Ratti and Barbara Lucille "Barb" (Canoro) (Strub) Ratti had three children:

  1. Tami Lee Ratti: Born about 1964, in Unknown. Married to Unknown Toner.
  2. David Ratti: Born Unknown. Married to Judy Unknown: Born Unknown.
  3. Dan "Danny" Ratti: Born Unknown. Married to Jennifer "Jenny" Unknown: Born Unknown.



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Frederick Arthur "Fred" Ray and Della Edith (Jones) Ray are buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, Utah Co., UT. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Frederick Arthur Ray was born September 8, 1922, in Burbank, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Della Edith (Jones) Ray was born September 15, 1923, in Falfa, La Plata Co., CO.

Donald Al "Don" Ratti was born May 24, 1942, in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA.

David Michael Strub was born November 16, 1945, in Le Mars, Plymouth Co., IA.

Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller was born about 1946, in Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA.


The Charles Fuller family, left to right: Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller, Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, and Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller, Webster City, Harrison Co., IA, 1946.


Barbara Lucille Canoro was born December 13, 1948, in Fairbanks, AK. She is the daughter of Vincent Robert Canoro of New York City, NY, and Sarah "Sally" Unknown.

The 1950 U. S. Census taken on April 17, 1950, shows Charles Fuller (age 42) born in Germany, and a Naturalized Citizen, is a married Meat Market Manager at a Retail Fareway Foods Market, and is living at 1507 Broadway, Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA. Living with him are: his wife, Cleo F. Fuller (age 32) born in Iowa to United States-born parents, and last year was living in the Same House, and with 12 years of School; his daughter, Patricia Fuller (age 7) born in Iowa; and his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Fuller (age 4) born in Iowa.

David Michael Strub and Barbara Lucille Canoro were married in Maricopa Co., AZ.

Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub then married Donald Al "Don" Ratti.

Donald Al "Don" Ratti and Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub were married in Maricopa Co., AZ.

Justin Wayne Smallwood was born August 15, 1973, in Unknown.

Justin Wayne Smallwood and Rachel Ann Strub were married Unknown.


   

The Valley Times JFK High School Prom article, May 23, 1963.


Gary Lewis Ray graduated from John Burroughs High School, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA, in 1963.


       

Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller graduated from Independence Christian High School, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, in the Class of 1964.


   

Larri Sue Moore graduated from Bryan Adams High School, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, in 1965.


David Michael Strub and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller were married December 16, 1967, in Saint John's Catholic Church, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA.


The Courier, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA, Thursday, December 21, 1967

Announce Weddings In Area

INDEPENDENCE - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to David M. Strub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strub, Merrill. The ceremony took place Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. John's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Strub are seniors at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D.


Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue Moore were married December 20, 1969, in Los Angeles Co., CA.

Trevor Thomas Ray was born November 25, 1974, in Saint George, Washington Co., UT.

Gary Lewis Ray received a divorce from Larri Sue (Moore) Ray on February 17, 1977, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.

Gary Lewis Ray and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub were married April 28, 1979, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.


Gary Lewis Ray and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub wedding picture, 1979.


Paul Victor Kolan and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray were married May 4, 1979, in Utah Co., UT.


The Ray family, Gary Lewis Ray, Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) (Strub) Ray, and Trevor Thomas Ray, about 1982.


Dennis Cordon Johnson and Kayln Sue Hanson were married Saturday, June 22, 1968, at Vangren Lutheran Church, Mission Hill, Yankton Co., SD.

Trevor Thomas Ray died May 10, 1983, in Utah, at age 8. Buried in Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Salt Lake City Co., UT.


The Daily Spectrum, Saint George, UT, Friday, January 14, 1983

Young Cowboy fan gets his last wish

SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - A dream will come true Saturday for a suburban Salt Lake City boy with an inoperable brain tumor. He will get to meet the Dallas Cowboys football team. Trevor Ray, 8, will be flown to Dallas Friday morning by the Tomorrow Today Foundation, a Utah group established a few months ago to grant the last wishes of dying children. Foundation officials said the boy will attend a Cowboys practice Saturday, meet team members and get the chance to participate in a huddle. Trevor will be given an autographed football to take home. "I was born and raised in Dallas, and he's a big Cowboys fan," said Larri Kolan, Sandy, Utah, the boy's mother. "It will be a thrill for him to meet (quarterback) Danny White and the Cowboys." While Trevor is in Texas, he'll have a chance to see a great-aunt and uncle and a great-grandmother. "None of these people have seen him since he was two months old," Mrs. Kolan said. The boy already has pictures of the Cowboys that were sent to him when he was receiving treatment at Primary Children's Medical Center in  Salt Lake City, where he underwent surgery using new laser techniques. Trevor's tumor was diagnosed when he was in the first grade, although the doctors suspected it had been present for some time. He did well after returning home following surgery, being promoted to the second grade and learning to ride his bike again. "We had nine great months," Mrs. Kolan said. However, the boy's condition deteriorated last summer and doctors at Primary Children's said they considered the tumor to be inoperable now. The Utah youth has responded well to radiation therapy and is also undergoing cheno-therapy. "He's a remarkable kid," Mrs. Kolan said. "He gives it all he's worth and keeps going. We're inspired by his courage."


The Daily Spectrum, Saint George, UT, Monday, January 17, 1983

Young Cowboy fan gets his last wish

IRVING Texas - Trevor Ray, 8, of Salt Lake City talks with Dallas Cowboys kicker Rafael Septien after the Cowboys 37-26 victory over the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Texas Stadium. The youth has inoperable brain cancer and had expressed a wish to meet players on the Cowboys, especially Danny White, the quarterback. A nonprofit organization in Utah made his last wish come true. UPI


The American Fork Citizen, American Fork, UT, Thursday, May 12, 1983

Obituaries

Trevor T. Ray

Trevor Thomas Ray, 8, of Sandy, Utah, died May 10th in his home following an extended illness. Trevor was born November 25, 1974 in St. George, Utah to Gary Lewis and Larri Sue Moore. He was a member of the LDS Church and a student at Quail Hollow Elementary School in Sandy, Utah. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Larri Sue and Paul V. Kolan of Sandy, Utah; his father and stepmother Gary and Beth Ray of Las Vegas, Nev.; a brother Jason; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hunt of Mesa, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ray of Orem, Utah; step-grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kolan of Lehi, Utah, Mrs. Cleo Anderson of Sun City, Ariz., and Mrs. Charles Fuller of Benson, Ariz., step-great-grand-mothers Elnora Gray of Lehi, Utah and Margaret Kolan of Bessimer, Michigan. A viewing will be held at Larkin's Sunset Gardens, 10600 South, 1700 East, Sandy, Utah, Friday May 13th, 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 14th at the Granite 10th Ward Chapel, 2535 Newcastle Drive (take Quail Holow Drive - 9400 South and 2340 East - to New Castle), 12 o'clock noon. A viewing will also be held one hour prior to services in the Relief Society Room.


David Michael Strub died September 21, 1989, in Cave Creek, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 43.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Saturday, September 23, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road, with visitation one hour before services. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, P.O. Box 7038, Phoenix 85011.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Tuesday, October 3, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services were held. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, 12629 N. Tatum Blvd., Suite 458, Phoenix 85032. Shadow Mountain Mortuary.


Frederick Arthur "Fred" Ray died Wednesday, October 4, 2000, in Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM, at age 78. Buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.


The Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM, Thursday, October 05, 2000

Frederick A. Ray, 78, a resident of Albuquerque since 1993, died Wednesday, October 4, 2000. He is survived by his wife, Della Ray of Albuquerque; daughter, Marilyn Williams and husband, Kenneth of Albuquerque; son, Gary L. Ray and wife, Beth of Green Valley, AZ; three grandchildren, Jason Ray of Polson, MT, Grant and Michelle Williams, both of Albuquerque; sister, Addeline Frankenfeld of Yuma, AZ; and brother, Edward Ray and wife, Betty of Burbank, CA. He was preceded in death by his brother, Joseph Franklin Ray; and grandson, Trevor Ray. He was a resident of Albuquerque for seven years, moving here from Orem, UT. Mr. Ray attended Aztec High School in New Mexico. He lived in Burbank, CA for 25 years, where he raised his family. From there he moved to Orem, UT in 1976 and moved to Albuquerque in 1993. Mr. Ray was an accomplished Fine Artist with paintings displayed in various galleries throughout the Southwest. Services will be held, Friday, 11:00 a.m., at the Kachina Building - L.D.S. Church Paradise Hills/Cibola Ward, with Bishop Steve Wagner. Friends may visit Friday, from 10:00 a.m. til 11:00 a.m., at the Kachina Building, Relief Society room. Interment will take place in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT. French Mortuary-Westside, 9300 Golf Course Rd. NW.


Donald Al "Don" Ratti died February 28, 2007, in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 64. Buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.


Donald Al "Don" Ratti is buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Monday, March 5, 2007

OBITUARIES

Donald A. Ratti - 5/24/42 - 2/28/07. 30 plus years with the Cement Masons Local 394. Survived by wife Barbara, Daughter Tammy, Sons David (Judy) and Danny (Jennifer) and step daughter Rachel; sisters Donna, Barbara, Sandy, Gail, Nancy and Grandchildren. Services will be held at Black Mountain Baptist Church - 33955 N. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek on Tuesday, March 6, 2007. Viewing 12 PM, Service 1PM with reception to follow. Private burial at 3:45 at Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary. Honor his memory by contributions to UMCFoundation@umcaz.edu or Hospice of the Valley.


Della Edith (Jones) Ray died April 22, 2013, in Lindon, Utah Co., UT, at age 89. Buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.

Kayln Sue (Hanson) Johnson died March 14, 2018, at Dougherty Hospice House, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, at age 72.


The Capital Journal, Pierre, Hughes Co., SD, Friday, April 27, 2018

Kayln Sue Hanson Johnson

Kayln Sue Hanson Johnson, 72, passed away peacefully March 14, 2018, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD, surrounded by family and friends. She was born February 14, 1946, in Yankton, SD, to Florence (Skov) and Melvin Hanson of Mission Hill. She graduated from Yankton High School in 1964, Augustana College in 1968 with a BA in English, Auburn University in 1971 with a Masters in English, and the University of North Texas, Denton, in 1989 with an MBA in Long Term Care/Special Care Units. After living and working in Alabama for 13 years, in 1982 she returned to Sioux Falls to work at Citibank. In 1986 she found her true calling-she spent the next 28 years as an administrator with Good Samaritan Society working in Sioux Falls (Luther Manor), SD, Las Cruces, NM, Albuquerque, NM, and Kissimmee, FL. In addition to her career, Kayln was known for singing, playing piano and accordion, humorous writing, and painting beautiful pieces of art. She loved the outdoors, having a good time, and going one speed-nonstop. But more than anything, she had a way of making everyone she knew feel she was their "best friend". Her biggest hobby was friendships - from childhood, high school, college, church, work, residents at the facilities she directed-she made friends everywhere. She nurtured and cultivated those friendships and her calendar was full as she traveled the world to visit them all. Kayln had a life filled with accomplishments, but her pride and joy was her immediate and extended family. She also enjoyed her time with special friend, Victor Vermillion of Panama City, FL. Kayln is survived by: her children, Tiffany (Dr. Gonzalo) Sanchez of Fort Pierre, SD, and Jed (Nici) Johnson of Sidney, NE; her seven wonderful grandchildren: Cougar (Douglas, WY), Peter, Riggs and Lily Sanchez, and Jack, Jonas and Joel Johnson; her sisters Sharon (Dave) Thompson of Garden Grove, CA, and Lynda (Rob) Johns of Omaha, NE, and brother Lynn "Butch " (Beth) Hanson of Mission Hill, SD; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and her special Aunt Berniece Sorenson of Kenosha, WI. A celebration of Kayln's life will take place at the Chapel of Reconciliation on the campus of her alma mater; Augustana University on Monday, April 30, 2018 at 1:00 pm with a lunch at Kaladi's following the memorial service. In lieu of flowers and in honor of Kayln, make your time count by doing something FUN with someone you love! Please direct memorials to Augustana University or Dougherty Hospice House.