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Jacqueline "Jackie" Stark Gladwill
April 14, 1936---April 19, 2015
Jacqueline Stark Gladwill, passed away on April 19, 2015 at Highland Manor
in Fallon. Long time Nevada resident, Jackie was born in Fallon on April 14,
1936 to Clyde Banus and Norma Cecelia Stark. She was raised in Dixie Valley,
coming into Fallon at age 8 to live with her grandmother and attend Harmon
School. After graduating from Churchill County High School, Jackie moved into
Reno where she attended Business College. Upon her return to Fallon she met and
married George Gladwill in July of 1955. They moved to Dillon, Montana for a
time, where they had a logging business. Jackie was a homemaker but she also did
the company books. She stayed at home until her children were raised before she
went to work full time. The family made many moves over the years, they settled
in Battle Mountain in 2000. After the death of her husband in 2012, Jackie
moved back to Fallon.
Jackie spent her lifetime sewing for her family, she was also an artist and in her spare time she
loved to paint.
Preceded in death by her parents; in 2012, her husband of 57 years and brother, Bill
Stark. Jackie is survived by her daughters, Nancy and Dave Matzen of Fallon; Deb
and Rich Harrison of Battle Mountain; her sisters, brothers and spouses; Pat
Getto; Jo (Bart) O’ Toole of Fallon; Mary (Earl) Skeen; Mark (Karen) Stark; Jim
(Adrienne) Stark; Butch (Joyce) Stark ; all of Idaho; sister-in-law, Patty Stark
of Arizona; grandchildren, Jennifer Hernandez; Jessica McWherter; Daniel
Harrison; Susan Harrison; Channon Toles; David Paul Matzen; 6
great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Services to be announced at a later date.
The family wishes donations be made in Jackie’s memory to the Churchill
County Museum 1050 South Maine Street Fallon, NV
Arrangements are under the direction of The Gardens Funeral Home 2949 Austin
Highway Fallon, Nevada 89406 775-423-8928
Arthur Louis Pahl Jr
Arthur Louis Pahl Jr. passed away peacefully at
his home the morning of April 9, 2015, after enduring several years of multiple
health issues. He was born January 14, 1951 in Great Falls, Montana to Arthur
and Patricia Pahl. He was the second of four children. Arthur, known as "Artie"
to his family and close friends, was a "jack of all trades" and "master of
most"! As a youth in Montana, his varied occupations included paper boy, box
boy, pizza maker, logger, and firefighter. After graduating from high school, he
attended the University of Montana for three years and later earned his B.A. in
Social Sciences from Chapman College. Eventually, Art joined the Navy, thinking
he would be out to sea. Ironically, he was assigned to the Naval Air Station in
Fallon, Nevada — right in the middle of the desert! During his time in the Navy,
Art met the love of his life, Toni Herness. They were married in Nevada in 1979
and this year celebrated their thirty-sixth wedding anniversary. Art and Toni
had three beautiful children: Abigail Lynne, Peter John, and Joseph Patrick.
After Art served in the Navy, he spent a few years as a patrolman for the City
of Fallon, but spent over twenty years as a parole and probation officer for the
State of Nevada. In addition to his work, Art enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping,
watching movies, and spending time with his family. Art's family increased when
Abigail married Matt Sherman and later made Art a grandfather to granddaughter
Zoe Lynne. Art is survived by his mother, Patricia (Bob) Starkweather, wife,
three children, son-in-law, grandchild, siblings Cathy (Dave) Stebbins, Michael
Pahl, and Kelley (Megan) Pahl, and many nieces and nephews. Art was a devoted
husband, father, grandfather, Christian and civil servant to the community of
Fallon. He was always quick to smile, tell a funny story, and help someone in
You will be deeply missed and always
In Art's own words, "Love you and God
Taylar RoseMary Hutchings
Taylar Rose Mary Hutchings left us on March 5, 2015. Taylar was born in
Reno July 3, 2001, she had been a resident of Fallon for her life time.
She was a student at Churchill County Middle School where she was a
Cheerleader and was also involved in the girls softball program.
Taylar is survived by her parents; Warren and Tiffany Morris and Paul
Hutchings; brothers; Nathan and Hunter Hutchings; Cody Morris; sisters. Jamie
Kyite; Reece Hutchings and Morgan Morris; grandparents; Tom and Mary Hutchings;
Jeff and Wana Baring; Butch Reddon; great-grandmothers, Sue Hutchings and Loran
and Chris Deming.
There will be a visitation of Thursday, March 12, 2015 from 5 to 8 PM at
The Gardens Chapel. A Celebration of Taylar’s life will be on Saturday the 14th
of March at 1:00 PM at The Gardens Chapel with a pot luck gathering for family
and friends to follow at Venturacci Park Gymn
Donations may be made to Fallon Youth Football League Cheer ( FYFL Cheer)
at PO Box 489 Fallon, NV 89407
The family is asking everyone to wear green
Arrangements are under the direction of The Gardens Funeral Home 2949
Austin Highway Fallon, NV 89406 775 –423-8928 www.gardensfuneralhome.com
Leland Leroy Paulsen
Leland Leroy Paulsen, life long resident of Nevada passed away in Reno on
March 7, 2015. Leland was born in Preston, Nevada on May 9,1925 to Andrew and
Leah Paulsen. He attended schools in Sparks, NV. Leland was in the US Army
His dream from childhood was to be a pianist. His parents sacrificed so
that he would be able to take lessons, but as a young person there was a gun
accident and he shot his thumb off, needless to say his piano playing dream was
gone. He would still play the guitar and sing on occasion.
He came to Fallon in the late 40’s, after getting out of the service. He
helped out on a couple of ranches before buying his own, and he with his wife
and later his children spent the rest of their life's raising Holstein heifers
and farming the land. When he retired he started buying and restoring old
tractors. He ended up having to build a building to house them all. He was
pretty proud of his tractors and would give anyone that showed up a tour of the
His wife, Wilma preceded him in death, as did his parents and two sisters,
Janice Capucci and Louise Madsen. Leland is survived by his children; Jeff and
Susan Paulsen; Steve and Barb Paulsen; Kristen and Randy Evans; Denise and Bob
Turnbow; brother and sister in-law, Marion and Betty Paulsen; brother, Paul
Paulsen; in-laws; Jim and Justine McCuller; Jim and Marlene Flowers; Carlos and
Elsie Schultz; grandchildren; Lisa and Stan Christy; John and Nikki Evans; Shaun
Richardson; Kimberly and Matt Boni; Joshua Paulsen and Phillip Paulsen; Matt and
Laura Howard; 8 great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held on Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 1:00 PM at
Churchill County Cemetery.Arrangements are under the direction of The Gardens
Funeral Home 2949 Austin highway Fallon, NV. 89406 www.gardensfuneralhome.com
Dolores Jane Hughes, a resident of Fallon for 40 years, passed away on February
5, 2015 after a year long battle with cancer. Born May 29, 1929 to James and
Bessie Doubek in South Bend, Washington ; she attended Valley High.
Dolores was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Edward M. Hughes.
She is survived by her son, Michael, daughter-in-law Joyce; grandchildren,
Whitney (Andrew) Denning; Mathias (Gabriela) Hughes and great-granddaughter,
Alessandra Denning; brothers, Robert (Lisa) Doubek; Larry (Mary Jane) Doubek;
numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
A Gathering for family and friends will be held Saturday, March 7, 2015 at
11:00 Am a potluck to follow at The Gardens.
The family would like you to make donations in Dolores’s memory to the
Multiple Sclerosis Society 4600 Kietzke Lane Reno, NV 89002
Arrangements are under the direction of The Gardens Funeral Home 2949
Austin Highway Fallon, NV 89406 775 423-8928