Edna Pearl Dinwiddie
|Posted 2018-03-13 by mhenderson|
|Daily Miner, Kingman, Arizona -|
Posted on March 8, 2018 -
On Feb. 16, 2018, Edna Pearl Dinwiddie completed her last trip round
the sun. She led a complicated, beautiful life and tended to follow a
simple philosophy in life, â€œWork like you donâ€™t need the money, love
like your heart has never been broken and dance like no one is
She was born Feb. 26, 1932, the seventh child in a family of 10 during
the Great Depression. Her early childhood was spent on land her family
had homesteaded just west of Kingman, Arizona along a stretch of the
old historical Route 66. She loved music, dancing and could tell a
good story with the best of them.
An on again â€“ off again resident of Kingman, Edna spent many years in
Yuma where she and her husband owned and operated a small cafÃ©. They
also spent time in Alamogordo, New Mexico as well as Arlington,
Washington, until his death. She told anyone that would listen, home
would always be Kingman and in 1999 she came home.
Edna raised four children: Bill Koger (Yuma, Arizona), Cheryl Koger
Aragon, Theresa Dinwiddie (Orlando, Florida), and Jeff Dinwiddie Jr.
She is survived by 10 grandchildren: Allison Beck (Yuma, Arizona),
Mike Harvick (St George, Utah), Delia Munoz (San Francisco,
California) Klay Koger (Yuma, Arizona), Jonathan Koger (Boise, Idaho),
Kole Koger (Yuma, Arizona), Konner Koger (Yuma, Arizona), Klark Koger
(Yuma, Arizona), Shawn Aragon (Indio, California), in addition to her
Her passion in life was service to the local community both supporting
the Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center in various roles including Vice
President and President. She was also active in the Mohave Pioneers
Historical Society Daughter of the Pioneers, and on March 4, 2011 she
was recognized as one of the Kingmanâ€™s Women Making History awardees
when she received their Pioneering Award.
An adventurer at heart, she loved to travel and was always up for
cards or dominos. She did have a tendency to bend the rules in her
favor or as the family would say, playing the game by â€œEdna rules.â€
Her quick laugh and easy smile will be missed by all.
A graveside service will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery, 1301
Stockton Hill Road, Kingman, Arizona at 10:30 a.m. March 10, 2018.
After the service there will be a gathering at the Best Western Inn &
Suites, 2930 E. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman, Arizona to meet with family
and share and exchange wonderful memories and stories.
See Also: Find A Grave
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