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Jarvie, Nancy H. Nancy Helen Jarvie, 81, of Tempe, AZ died Saturday, September 13, 2014, at the Hospice of the Valley facility located in the Friendship Village Medical Center, Tempe, AZ. Nancy was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years George McKinley Jarvie (2003). Nancy is survived by 5 children and their (spouses), Ronald (Susanne), Scott (Donna), David, George (Rhonda) and Sharon (Cameron McKee), 10 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren. Nancy was born in Flint, Michigan and was a 1953 Graduate of the Nazareth College of Nursing, Kalamazoo, MI. She enjoyed her gardening, volunteer work with Mayo Clinic & The Desert Botanical Garden and was a World Traveler, but mostly she enjoyed and loved her family...for Nancy, family was everything. She also enjoyed her affiliation with "The Red Hats" and members of "The J". Visitation will be at Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary, 6500 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale, Saturday September 20th from 11:00AM to 1:00PM and will be followed by a service at the Franciscan Renewal Center "The Casa", 5802 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley at 2:00PM. The family would like to give a "Special Thank You" to the NURSES of the Scottsdale Healthcare-Osborn ICU, the Hospice of the Valley and the Community of Friendship Village, people are the best!! She left this world to be with God, George & all her dear friends in Heaven. As of this September 13th, there is one less Saint on Earth and one more Angel in Heaven. Please visit to place online condolences.
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Johnson, Paul Maurice Paul Maurice Johnson born July 20, 1985 went to be with the Lord on September 11, 2014. Paul was born in Phoenix, AZ and maintained a home in Phoenix and in Colorado Springs, CO. Paul lived his life with courage, passion and a deep love for his family, his church and his friends. He was able to face his daily health challenge with the comfort in his relationship with the Lord and the loving support of his wife Jen; always thinking of the next time they could celebrate something, an anniversary, a birthday, a first date, where he proposed, their first kiss. Then, of course, along came Noah, which seemed so natural for Paul as he took on the role of father and husband. He was a natural at both and was able to do these with a style and grace that was amazing. Throughout his daily struggles he always shared and ministered his love and promise of the Lord. His passion and love for his family was a wonderful thing to see. Paul always thought of others and how he could help. It could be sharing a joke, an opinion, advice on what car to buy or not to buy, his advice on love and family but most importantly sharing his love for the Lord and the promise that holds. Paul leaves behind a wealth of stories, jokes and when we all go to buy a new car Paul will be there giving us his opinion, as those close to Paul know his passion for and knowledge of cars is and will be unsurpassed by anyone. His parents Gregg and Carol Johnson, his wife Jennifer, who he loved and adored deeply and was never shy about it, survive Paul. His son Noah Maurice, who looks like he has the same passion for cars and loves the Lord and his family. Paul is also survived by grandmother Donna Burns, his older brother Ezra, his sisters Melissa (Missy) Ackerley and Michelle (Shelly) Mosbrucker, nieces Cora Violet and Ella, and nephews Evan and Mason. The celebration for Paul's life will be held on Saturday September 20th at 11:00 A.M. at Chaparral Christian Church 6451 East Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ. There will be a reception at the church following the service. Paul loved to be social so let's fill the church for him!
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