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Updated: Dec 14, 2020

May 31, 1926 to December 7, 2020

Julia C. Riedel, died December 7, 2020 at her home in Lake Havasu City, Arizona from complications after being hospitalized for COVID-19.

Mrs. Riedel was born on May 31, 1926 in Wickliffe, Ohio to Gaetano and Esther Nucci. She married John R. Riedel, Jr. on November 24,1945. She was preceded in death by her husband, daughter Darlene M. Dyher, and son Brian A. Riedel.

Mrs. Riedel is survived by her daughter Cheryl A. Riedel, her two sons John R. Riedel III and Christopher P. Riedel, 7 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. She considered her children her greatest accomplishment in life and loved them beyond measure.

Her family paid this tribute to her, “Mama Jules was one of the kindest souls you could ever meet. She opened her heart to many throughout the years and she will be sorely missed.”

May 29, 1954 to November 28, 2020

Kamron Ann Law passed away Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Martha’s House Hospice. She shared her last moments with her family.

Kamron was born on May 29, 1954 at Fort Knox, KY with her twin sister. She grew up in Santa Rosa Beach, CA. After obtaining her GED she then earned a degree in Hospitality, she moved to Sedona, AZ and managed a resort for three years. In 1993 Kamron moved to Lake Havasu City and was a hotel manager at Nautical Inn. When her daughter was born, Kamron became a fulltime mother and homemaker until starting a cleaning business.

She is remembered by her family for always being happy and smiling, with spirituality and dedication to the church she attended, Inspire Church.

Kamron’s hobbies were skiing when young, painting and learning to play musical instruments. She will be missed everyday.

Kamron was preceded in death by her twin sister Samantha Varnes, father Darwin Erickson, mother Mary Erickson and she is survived by her daughter Katrina Law; Brother Chet Erickson; Brother Darin Erickson.

Memorial service will take place sometime in January, after the holidays.

May 28, 1963 to November 22, 2020

Susan Lynette Rush, 57, Lake Havasu City, passed away on November 22, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family.

Susan was born to Margaret Hampton and Walenty Klos. She was raised in the Simi Valley, CA area and in her late teens moved to Aurora, CO. She perfected her culinary skills working 17 years at Furs Restaurant in CO before working with the Aurora School District as a bus driver for 9 years. While driving a school bus Susan met her soulmate Steven Rush and they have been together 21 years. Upon retirement in 2017 they moved to Lake Havasu City.

She loved the mountains of Colorado and camping. She was known as a daddy’s girl to her step-father Gene Kishell who she adored, a selfless hostess and excellent cook. Susan adored her grandchildren and always found time to spoil them. Her dog Jack was a rescue that Susan spent a sleepless night thinking about after meeting him at the kennel. The next day she adopted Jack and they were inseparable. She loved to collect nic-nacs and photos of her family always surrounded the home. Her quick wit, sense of humor and kind heart will be greatly missed.

Susan is survived by her husband Steven; daughters Nicole (Brett Hjelm) Heather and Amanda Massey; grandchildren David and Gavin Heather, Charleigh Hjelm; and her beloved dog Jack.

A memorial service will be held in Colorado after the holidays.

928-466-9111 or 701-367-4073

3317 Highway 95 N. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404

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