Kathleen (K.C.) Claire Armold, K.C. wife of Dr. Lloyd D. Armold went to be with our heavenly father Wednesday, September 1, 2004. K.C. was born in Columbus, Ohio on October 5, 1939. Formerly married to Robert T. Evans, she became a housewife, mother and Girl Scout Leader. The family moved to Arizona in 1976 and settled in Fountain Hills. K.C. was active with the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce, initiating the World's Largest Take Out Order as documented by the Guinness Book of World Records and the Wall Street Journal by ordering 9,999 White Castle hamburgers and one cheeseburger in celebration of Fountain Hills' tenth anniversary. While square dancing in 1985 K.C. met Lloyd and they were married in 1986. K.C. and Lloyd resettled in the west valley where she became a Stampin' Up! rubber stamping demonstrator and Longaberger Basket consultant. She was also active breeding champion Australian Terriers, quilting and all things crafty. K.C. was preceded in death by her parents Elmer and Claire, brother Thomas, and nephew Patrick. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Lloyd D. Armold, daughter Carrie and granddaughter Kelsey Bell of Fountain Hills, daughter Leanne Evans of Sterling, Alaska, son Glenn Evans (Danyelle) of St. George, Utah. She will also be missed by Lloyd's children Bryce Armold (Charlene) of Mesa, Lianne Hennerley (Edd) of Gilbert, Lisa DiBella of Scottsdale, grandchildren Randy DiBella and Anthony Mares (Jessica), and great grandson RJ DiBella. In lieu of flowers donations to Operation Mexico Missions, PO Box 1584, Phoenix, AZ 85001 or American Diabetes Association; www.diabetes.org. Services: Monday, September 6, 2004, 10:00 a.m. at Christ's Community Church, 4530 W. Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85036 (602) 978-3075.
Published in The Arizona Republic on September 5, 2004