Patricio Antonio Cave Lamont
Patricio Antonio Cave Lamont, age 73 of Queens County, NY passed away on July 13, 2021, in the state of Arizona. “Papito” or “Patrick” (as he was fondly called) was born in the Province of Colon in the Republic of Panama on November 8, 1947, to Glendora Lamont (deceased) and Norman Cave. Papito grew up in Rainbow City, he attended La República de Uruguay elementary school and graduated from Abel Bravo High School in Colon. In 1971 he exchanged marriage vows with Marcia Hall at the St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Paraíso (Former Canal Zone), Panama. He and his family subsequently migrated to New York, where he became an integral member of the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority, as such he supported the daily movement of 5 million customers across the five boroughs in New York. He retired with honors from the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority as a Motor Man.
“Papito” was a loving father and a wonderful husband, a very kind and loyal person, always willing to lend a helping hand. His friends and family could always count on him. Many of his childhood friends remained as his friends as they grew older because of his great and easy personality. Papito was a devoted and active member at Allen Cathedral in Queens, NY, serving as an usher, he was also a member of the men’s group, bringing community members to a closer relationship with God. He was involved in feeding the needy in Jamaica, Queens. Because of his health, the family subsequently relocated to Arizona.
Among survivors are his devoted wife Marcia Hall Cave; his son Patricio Cave Jr. (spouse Rosalind) and his daughter Tatiana Adams (spouse Scott); three grandchildren; Patricio Antonio Cave III, Tianna Cave, and Malcolm Adams. His father Norman Cave, sister Adier; brothers Luis Campbell, Reynaldo, Virgilio, and Luis Cave; sisters-in-law Beverly Bennett (spouse Carlos) and Gladcia Ford; several loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Patrick was preceded in death by his sister Marcia and his brother Ricardo.
A celebration of his life will be held at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85338. A viewing will be at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, and the interment will be on Thursday, July 29 at 10 a.m.
THOSE WE LOVE DON’T GO AWAY; THEY WALK BESIDE US EVERY DAY,
UNSEEN, UNHEARD, BUT ALWAYS NEARBY. SO LOVED, SO MISSED, SO VERY DEAR.
Jody Lee Salokar
Jody Lee Salokar was born in Spokane, WA on August 17, 1974. Known as Joe to everyone, he had a big smile and an even bigger heart. He worked in the insurance and financial industries for many years in Oregon, Washington, and Arizona. He died on July 2, 2021, in Surprise, AZ after living courageously with muscular dystrophy throughout his life. Whether he was watching football, playing pool, or video games, his competitive instinct was always balanced by his fun-loving nature. One favorite thing to do was to watch his son Josh play hockey or watch his daughters Katelynn and Lindsey play volleyball. He was incredibly supportive and encouraging of their dreams and goals. It was a top priority for him to make sure his family was always taken care of, including his canine shadow who followed him everywhere, his Weimaraner Bella. Joe was so open about his love for supercross and the UFC that he created his own custom-painted wheelchairs with these designs. He was a cook who rarely used a recipe, yet had an incredible ability to create the best-tasting meal and he could season and grill meat like no one else. Sunday family dinners will never be the same. Those who knew him will always remember his fascination with sharks and lights of all kinds, especially if they were blue. Joe was a hard worker and made it a priority to be as self-reliant as possible. Yet, he was always one to look out for others and offer help. Whether it was buying a meal for someone on a street corner, or donating to the church or local food bank, his love for others was great. No matter if he was giving advice or speaking from the heart, it was his first priority to be honest. He was passionate about his family and he loved and trusted God wholeheartedly. He will be incredibly missed by so many on earth, yet he can now walk again with the Lord.
Joe is survived by his wife, Nicole (Rouse) Salokar, daughters Katelynn Salokar and Lindsey Salokar, son Joshua Ingram-Rehm and granddaughter Brynlee Ingram-Rehm. He is also survived by his mother and stepfather, Annie and Brad Hansen, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
He was predeceased by his brothers Joshua Salokar and Gabriel Salokar, his father Robert Salokar, and his grandparents.
A memorial service for the family will be held at a future date. Remembrances in his memory may be sent to the Muscular Dystrophy Association www.mda.org.
Mickael Hull Morrison
Mickael Hull Morrison was born on March 2nd, 2001 in Phoenix Arizona. He was adopted at age 3 by his parents, Christopher and Pauline Morrison. Mickey attended various schools in the Surprise area, including Dysart High School and Willow Canyon High School. Mickey is survived by his Mom and Dad, his Brother Landon, Grandparents Chuck and Diane Imberg and Don Morrison and Diane Androff. He also is loved and missed by his Uncle Kevin, Aunt Jody, Uncle Bret, Aunt Julie, and cousins Drew and Jason. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Mickael’s name to the Surprise Resource Center. 12425 W Bell Rd, Unit 124, El Mirage, AZ 85378 or Sounds of Autism at https://www.soundsofautism.org/
Ronald Warrington passed away peacefully at the age of 79 at his home in Goodyear, Arizona on June 21, 2021, after a courageous 31/2 year battle with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. His family surrounded him with love and prayers throughout his illness.
Ron was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Dec. 3rd, 1941, to William and Lilian Warrington. He is survived by his wife, Wendy; daughters Melissa and Rhonda; step-children Dan and Jodi, and five grandchildren: Lily, Olivia, Kaleb, Ethan, and Ashley.
Ron was a builder of retirement facilities as well as beautiful homes and townhomes throughout Washington and Oregon. He was passionate about teaching young contractors to build correctly and with integrity, encouraging many to start their own businesses.
Ron’s other passion was his dedication and love for Jesus Christ. He had been a lay counselor for many years at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond, Wa., mentoring many men and being a witness of God’s love in his community. He traveled to Italy several times with his wife, ministering to the Italian people.
Ron was an avid skier and always dreamed of skiing with Jesus in heaven. He will be remembered for his love of football, his humor, his famous barbecued ribs and steak, and welcoming many visitors to his home. He will be deeply missed by his family and all who know him.