Laura Elizabeth Brisbin

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Laura Elizabeth Brisbin

April 11, 1945 – November 1, 2013

Laura Elizabeth Brisbin died peacefully on Nov. 1. She was born April 11, 1945 in Barstow, California.

She married on Jan. 15, 1966 to Robert J. Brisbin in South Gate, California. They moved to Superior in 1973, where she was active with her two children, James Aron Brisbin and Robert Garrett Brisbin. She was involved with the Church of Latter Day Saints, enjoyed riding horses and camping with family, or just being out with friends.

The family moved to Kearny in 1991. She was active with the Order of the Eastern Star, Ray Chapter #41 and Order of the Amaranth, Baa Hanii Court #9 in Mesa. She was also active by escorting her husband to many of his functions. Around town, she also volunteered as a bell ringers for the Salvation Army in front of Gordon’s, going on long trips with senior citizens or helping out wherever there was a need.

She is survived by her husband, Robert; children: James and Robert; siblings: Stephanie and Robert Fedorko; and, parent, Frank Walling.

A memorial service will be held at 318 Fairhaven Rd., Kearny at the Ray-Winkelman Masonic Lodge at 1 pm, on Nov. 9. We would like to invite all who would like to pay their respects to Laura.

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