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April 16, 1947 to January 27, 2021

Ken Dixon, 73, passed away Wednesday, January 27, 2021, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Ken was born on April 16, 1947, in Youngstown, Ohio, to parents Clark Leroy Dixon and Betty Yvonne Lyles.

Ken’s hobbies include RVing, fishing, and muscle cars. His favorite thing to do was take his granddaughter Audrey out for ice cream.

Ken is survived by his loving wife Charlene (Douglass) Dixon, daughter Tambra Ahrens and granddaughter Audrey Ahrens, both of Kerrville, Texas, and son Ken Dixon, of Menifee, California.

Ken is preceded in death by his parents Clark and Ginny Dixon, and Betty Lyles.

At a later date, the family will host a private celebration to honor Ken’s life.

Updated: Feb 1

October 3, 1953 to January 26, 2021

Troy Allen Peach, 67, passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. He had lived in Arizona for 50 years.

Troy was born on October 3, 1953, in Owatonna, Minnesota, to parents Jesse Walter Peach and Verna Louise.

Troy enjoyed camping with friends and off-roading in the hills. He also was an avid hunter.

Troy is survived by his sister Barbara Peach, his niece Christina Peach Dipoli, and his great-nieces Emma Louise Peach and Chloe DiPoli.

Troy was preceded in death by his parents Jesse Walter Peach and Verna Louise Peach, and his sister Laurie Peach Amadei.

A date has not yet been set for Troy’s memorial service.

Updated: Feb 2

September 19, 1952 to January 26, 2021

Sharon Kay Franks (Eason), 68, went to be with our Lord and Savior on January 26, 2021, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. She was a Missouri native for 67 years.

Sharon was born on September 19, 1952, in St. Louis, Missouri to parents Calvin C. Eason and Helen (Bedsworth) Eason.

Sharon entered into holy matrimony with Bobby R. Franks on October 7, 1981. The couple met in 1971.

Sharon loved being at home in her comfort zone with her three grand-dogs, Daisy Mae, Romeo and Sammy, while watching TV, and, of course, enjoying her cigs and coffee.

Sharon loved everyone, especially her mother, Helen (who precedes her in death), her sister Shirley Abney of Arnold, MO (Jim, Jimmy, and Brian); her brother Jack Eason and Donna of Festus, MO (Jack, Lee, and Jacylyn), Charles Eason and Betty of Clearwater, FL (Barry and Cheryl), and Gary Chandler (who also precedes her in death); Roger (Chanse Mathis); and all her extended family and friends. Sharon's daughter Jeana Franks was her pride and joy, her greatest accomplishment.

Sharon is preceded in death by her mother Helen, Gary Chandler, and Bobby Ray

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