PRICE - Juanna Buchanan Migliore died peacefully Nov. 23, 2007 on a beautiful and sunny late fall morning in her hometown of Price.
She was born to John and June Miller Buchanan in Helper on July 21, 1914 and, with the exception of seven years back East, she lived her life in Price.
Juanna eloped in 1934 to marry her beau, Francesco Antonio Migliore (Doc to his friends and patients), in Washington, DC.
They lived there and in Chicago, Ill., until 1940 before returning to their roots in Price, where Doc used his chiropractic skills to support his family, including Michael and Launa Lee (Harvey).
Doc died in 1983 and Michael in 1994 as a later-life consequence of service to his country in Vietnam.
Juanna also mourned the loss of her sister, Bertha (Spratling), and brothers, Harry and Robert (Buck).
Juanna was an exceptional seamstress who made beautiful clothes for Launa, many friends in Price and costumes for her grandchildren, Brandon and Megan.
This interest led her to work for many years selling materials and sewing notions at Price Trading, where her skills and outgoing personality gained her many friends.
Juanna and family spent happy times at the cabin Doc built in Scofield, a magical place now used by her children, grandchildren and great-grandson, Elliot.
Juanna was a beautiful, independent, friendly and honest lady who dealt cheerfully with life's many challenges. She was actively involved in her community and she was a founding member of the Price Ladies of Elks.
Her family would particularly like to thank her neighbor, Norma Petrie, who helped Juanna achieve her wish to live independently at home in her later years and the amazing and caring ladies at Hospice, especially Jessie who helped make that independence possible.
A special thanks also to Drs. Etzel and Boyle.
Juanna will be dearly missed by her family and friends.
Funeral services will be Dec 1, at Mitchell Funeral Home in Price at 11 a.m., with a viewing at 10 a.m. Interment, Price City Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Rocky Mountain Hospice at 60 East 100 North in Price or the charity of your choice.
We love you, mom!
EAST CARBON - Our loving father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and longtime friend, Ezequiel Crdova, age 99, passed away in the loving care of the Emery County Nursing Home on Nov. 26, 2007.
He was born July 22, 1908 in Cuba, N.M., to Teodolo and Teresita Chavez Crdova. Married Maria Rita Montoya, March 9, 1928 in Durango, Colo.; she died July 20, 1979.
Zeke was an active member of the Spanish Assembly of God Church, where he was a Sunday School teacher for many years.
He was a staunch Democrat and a 60-year member of the United Mine Workers of America Local 9958.
Zeke was always politically informed and he was proud of the right to vote.
In his early years, Grandpa loved sheep herding and spending time in the mountains.
He enjoyed his family, friends, and his daily walks.
Survived by one son and one daughter, Richard (Connie) Crdova, Price; Ruby Crdova, East Carbon; son-in-law, Baltazar Madrid, East Carbon; daughter-in-law, Clorinda Crdova, Price; sister, Virginia Crdova, Santa Fe, N.M.; nine grandchildren, Richard, Philip, Debbie, David, James, Geraldine, Michael, Beverly, Christine; 22 great-grandchildren and 15 great-great-grandchildren.Preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Eleanor Madrid; grandson, Raynel Crdova; sister, Mary Archuleta; and a brother, Lugardo Crdova.
Funeral service, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. at Spanish Assembly of God Church, 700 East 400 South in Price. Evening service, Friday 7 p.m. at the church. Family will receive friends at the church Friday and Saturday one hour prior to services. Interment, Price City Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home.
In remembrance of Zeke and his dedication to the Lord, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Spanish Assembly of God Church.
ELMO - Kay Brotherson, age 75, went home to be with her Lord on Nov. 27, 2007. Waiting to join her in Heaven in the future are her husband, Floyd Brotherson; also her children, Bill Brotherson, Danny Brotherson, Debi Harper and Lynn Brotherson.
She will be missed by them all.
Arrangements under the direction of Fausett Mortuary.
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