Lester Skrumbellos

Judge Lester Skrumbellos was born to Konstantine & Katherine Skrumbellos immigrants from Europe on June 15, 1936. On November 1, 2012 Lester died peacefully at the age of 76 with his family by his side.
At the age of 17 Lester joined the Army and served as a qualified tanker and sharp shooter in Germany. Lester came to Arizona from Michigan in 1960 and went to work in Phoenix. He became a deputy sheriff in 1962 and was stationed in Wickenburg where he established a home. He served as Deputy until July 5, 1966, when he resigned to seek the public office of Justice of the Peace, which he served for 21 years.
Camping, hunting, fishing, boating and four wheeling were some of the cherished memories. When Lester was along, you were sure to be surprised with a water balloon or a quick dunk in the lake.
He is survived by his 3 daughters, Denise Skrumbellos, Leslie(Calvin) Marshall and Tammy Monnett, 7 grandkids and 6 great grandkids.
Lester loved the white mountains of Arizona and the ash scattering will take place in Heber with close family and friends.

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One Response to Lester Skrumbellos

  1. Ruth De Vries says:

    To all of you in the loss of your dad. He was Ruth’s age. Wow! So glad to have known your him and your family! Memories of our kids and you guys. Much love to you, Marge, also a big loss and memories for you. Love, Ted & Ruth De Vries

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