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Updated: Feb 11

July 21, 1932 to February 5, 2021

Flora Belle Hill, 88, passed away on Friday, February 5, 2021, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. She lived much of her life in Needles, California.

Flora was born in Archer, Texas, on July 21, 1932, to parents Floyd Paul Anderson and Ruby (Lewis) Anderson. Flora met and married her husband Glen Hill in Miami, Arizona. Glen was a U.S. Air Force Veteran.

Throughout the years, Flora was involved with the Needles Desert Community Hospital Advisory Board, the Needles City Council as a member and as vice-mayor, the Women’s Needles Club, the Needles hospital Candy Stripers, and the Needles Museum Club.

Flora also was involved with the El Garces renovation efforts, also in Needles. Historically, El Garces was a Harvey House, train station, hotel, and railroad dispatch station over the years. Flora was known to give tours there.

Flora and her husband also owned Glen’s Jewelers for 37 years in Needles. Flora also loved and collected dolls.

Flora is survived by Helen (Hill) Forbes, Glen Ross Hill, Jr., and his wife Scharlene. She also is survived by two grandsons, one of Bullhead City, Arizona, and one of Lubbock, Texas, as well as 10 great-grandchildren. Flora also will be greatly missed by her two cats, Calli and Cotton.

Flora is preceded in death by husband Glen Hill, Paul and Ruby Anderson, and her sister Bea Graham.

A ceremony honoring Flora’s life will be hosted at a later date.

July 2, 1938 to February 5, 2021

Ann Alice Conley, 82, passed away on Friday, February 5, 2021, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Ann was born on July 2, 1938, in Bellflower, California, to her parents Klaas (Nick) and Alice Schaap. At the age of 9, Ann’s family moved to San Bernardino, California.

Ann graduated from San Bernardino High School in 1956. She married and lived a comfortable and productive life for 25 years.

In 1981, she met Earl Conley and soon realized she had found her true soul mate. They married in 1984 and shared 35 lovely and wonderous years together.

Ann was a member of Community Presbyterian Church, Elkettes, and Lake Havasu Republican Women.

Ann was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband Earl, and a sister Grace Koopal, and brothers Durk and Jim Schaap.

In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions be made in her honor to the Cancer Association of Havasu.

Due to COVID constraints, memorial services will be held at a later date.

928-466-9111 or 701-367-4073

3317 Highway 95 N. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404

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