Hope this board is still active... I am trying to locate any living relative of a P.H. Ozanne (sorry only have initals) who lived in Ajo, Arizona in the early 30s. I know that he was a pharmacist there. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
FOR INFO ONLY..While searching for P.H. I found this Obit, just in case anyone may be looking for this person...Theodore W. “Ted” Ozanne died December 25, 2000, in Phoenix.
He was born October 29, 1918, in Ajo. He attended Phoenix Union High School and the University of Arizona. World War II intervened in his pursuit of a law degree when he enlisted in the US Army Air Corps in 1942. He served as a Captain until his discharge in 1945.
He married Theresa Thornton on July 3, 1943, in Midland Texas. After the war ended, the couple, known to their friends as Ted and Teddy, moved to Ajo and opened a gift shop called The Copper Shingle in the Plaza.
In 1947, Mr. Ozanne went to work for Anaconda Mining Co. and worked at various facilities in the US and South America. The family moved to Phoenix in 1958 where Mr. Ozanne sold insurance until his retirement in 1978.
He enjoyed creating art and jewelry of ironwood and silver.
Mr. Ozanne was preceded in death by his wife in August 2000. He is survived by his daughter Stefani and his son Craig, and by his six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
Private services were held.