Although the newspaper is in NM, and the byline says Greasewood Springs (presumably Arizona), I think the formal community name per the U.S. post office might be Lukachukai, Arizona.
Posted as a random act of genealogical kindness, no relation to me and no further info available from me, sorry. Copied here under the Fair Use provisions for non-commercial research use, qualifying under subsections (1) - (4) of U.S. Code Title 17 Chapter 1 Sec. 107 regarding copyrights. -- LS
The INDEPENDENT of Gallup, New Mexico
October 12, 2005
GREASEWOOD SPRINGS — Funeral services for Randolph Cyril Yazzie, 49, were at 10 a.m. today, Oct. 12 at Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Greasewood Springs. Paul O'Brien officiated. Burial followed in the Greasewood Springs community cemetery.
Yazzie died Oct. 6 in Greaswood Springs. He was born June 11, 1956 in Keams Canyon into the Mexican People Clan for the Towering House People Clan.
Yazzie attended school in Greaswood Springs, and Fort Wingate. He worked as a carpenter and enjoyed ranching, and helping the community.
Survivors include his brother, Michael Yazzie of Indian Wells; sister, Imogene Harvey of Sells, Ariz.
Yazzie was preceded in death by his parents, John Yazzie Sr. and Majel Yazzie; brother, Johnson Yazzie, Jr.
Pallbearers will be Jaspert Yazzie, Matthew Wayne, Bobbie Cepi, Jr., Gilbert Charleston, Romero Yazzie and Ferdinand Stewart.
The family will receive relatives and friends at the Greaswood Springs Chapter House.