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ADAMS, Clara
ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON: Clara Pearl Adams, 80, died August 19, 2003. She was born November 25, 1922 to Warren and Esther Klair Davis. She retired from the Aberdeen School District, having worked at both Alexander Young and A.J. West schools. She was a graduate of Oregon College of Education, and served in the WAVES during World War II. She attended Aberdeen Baptist Church, and was a member of the Grays Harbor Retired Teachers' Association, and Church Women. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, and gardening. She is survived by her husband, Luther Adams; a daughter, Cheryl Brown of Aberdeen; a son, Robert of Aberdeen; three sisters, Pat Cotton of Kansas, Mary Minty of Nevada, and Wilma Poore of Oregon; three brothers, Fred Davis of Nevada, Calvin Davis of New York, and James Davis of Utah; 4 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by a sister, Emigine Meagert. Services were held at Hoquiam Baptist Church. Arrangements were handled by Whiteside Family Mortuary.

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ALBIN, Howard E.
RICHLAND, WASHINGTON: Howard Earl Albin, 80, died November 29, 2001. He was born May 8, 1921 to Earl and Celia Wycoff Albin. He retired from the automotive service department of Westinghouse Hanford, and was former manager of the Columbia Oil Service Station. He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, and served with the 13th Bomb Squadron. He attended Christ the King Catholic Church, and was a member of the HAPO retirees, the Eagles Lodge, the Moose Lodge, the VFW, and the Richland Senior Citizens. He enjoyed travel, gardening, dancing, and the Mariners and Seahawks. Survivors include his wife, Marvel Huske Albin; a daughter, Terrie L. Brown of Benton City; two sons, Kenny R. Albin of Connell, and Stephen E. Albin of Richland; four stepsons; a sister, Gladys Glenn of Norton, KS; 10 grandchildren; 9 step-grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; and 14 step great-grandchildren. Services were held at Christ the King Catholic Church. Interment with military honors was at Sunset Memorial Gardens with arrangements by Einan's Funeral Home.

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ALLRED, Ray
BREMERTON, WASHINGTON: Ray Orson Allred, 88, died March 14, 2003. He was born September 17, 1914 to Charles and Anna Weldon Allred. He retired from the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, and had also worked in real estate. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He coached Babe Ruth baseball, and enjoyed antiques, fishing, hunting, and bowling. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Johnson Allred; a daughter, Marilyn (Brian) Covell of Port Orchard; 4 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by a son, Dennis Allred; and a brother, Charles Allred. Interment was at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Lewis Funeral Chapel.

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ALMANZA, Guadalupe
MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON: Guadalupe "Lupe" Almanza died November 21, 2008. She was born December 11, 1946 to Rafael and Nieves Ybanez DeLeon. She was a caretaker for seniors, and enjoyed baseball and football. Survivors include her children, Noel Almanza (Meg), Joel Almanza (Cherae), Roel Almanza, John Vargas, and Melinda Hoffman (Gary); her father; three sisters; four brothers; and 16 grandchildren. Services were held at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Interment was at Mount Vernon Cemetery by Kern Funeral Home.

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ARMSTRONG, William J.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Funeral services for William J. Armstrong were held November 17, 1954 at St. Aloysius Church. He was a retired freight house cashier for Union Pacific Railway, and was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks. He was survived by a sister, Margueritte Armstrong of Spokane; and a brother, the Most Reverend Robert J. Armstrong, bishop of Sacramento, CA. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery.

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AXWORTHY, Grace
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Grace Marie Axworthy, 50, died March 31, 1981 at a local hospital. She was born October 24, 1930 to John S. and Marie Mudge. She was a former program coordinator at Lilac Plaza Retirement Home, and had attended Eastern Washington University. She was a member of the Indian Trail Garden Club and Whitworth Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Gordon; two sons, Bruce and Scott; two daughters, Anne Marie Gyarfas and Bonnie; a sister, Claudia York; a brother, Robert Mudge; and an aunt, Grace Mudge. Services were held at Whitworth Presbyterian Church. Cremation arrangements were handled by Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home.

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BARBEE, Alta
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON: Alta Mae Barbee, 90, died March 20, 1989 at the Good Samaritan Home in Greenacres. She was born near Palouse, WA. She was a member of Goldenrod Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by her husband of 72 years, R. Loyd Barbee; two daughters, Elaine Copeland of Anacortes, and Arlene Thompson of Usk; a son, James Eldon Barbee of Bellevue; two sisters, including Margaret Endicott of Pullman; 9 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Interment was at the Pullman City Cemetery by Kimball Funeral Home.

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BEAULIEU, Albert
MONTESANO, WASHINGTON: Albert J. Beaulieu, 93, died February 6, 2007. He was born June 23, 1913 to Siford and Jane Brochu Beaulieu. He formerly worked for the Grays Harbor road crew, the Montesano School District, and Vancouver Door, and had also worked as a logger and a shipyard welder. He enjoyed driving, picking wild berries, and collecting coins, matchbooks and bottles. He is survived by a son, Allen (Nancy) Beaulieu; a daughter, Betty (Ken) Spinharney; 6 grandsons; 12 great-grandchildren; and a great-great grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, Nora Waite Beaulieu. Inurnment was at Wynooche Cemetery with arrangements by Whiteside Family Mortuary.

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BECKTON, Julia
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Julia A. Strom Beckton died October 31, 2006. She was born October 19, 1906. She was a longtime member of Calvary Christian Assembly, and was a former soloist and also part of a trio. She married at age 62. She is survived by a stepson, Robert; two stepdaughters-in-law, Joanne and Alice; her nieces and nephews; 2 step-grandchildren; 3 step great-grandchildren; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Andrew Beckton. A memorial service was held at The Hearthstone, where she had resided for the past 16 years. Arrangements were handled by Wiggen and Sons Funeral Home.

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BENJAMIN, Richard W.
KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON: Richard W. Benjamin, 82, died February 23, 2006. He was born March 15, 1923 to the late Albert Harold and Violet Saxon Barrows Benjamin. He was a retired education administrator. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran, and served as a flight engineer during World War II. He was a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), and attended the Olympia Friends Meeting. Services were held at St. Bede's Episcopal Church. Arrangements were entrusted to Hillcrest Memorial Center.

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BETTLE, Leslie
PORT ORCHARD, WASHINGTON: Leslie Read Piercy Bettle died November 10, 2003. She was born June 8, 1955 in Los Angeles, CA to Geneva and Rex Read. She sang in the Praise Band at Christ the Rock Community Church, and enjoyed training dogs. She is survived by her husband, Christie Bettle; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Brian and Elizabeth Piercy, and Jeff Piercy of Port Orchard; a daughter and son-in-law, Jessica and Mark Melvin of Grand Meadow, MN; her mother; and a grandchild. She was preceded in death by her father, Rex Beach Read; and a husband, Richard Piercy. Services were held at Christ the Rock Community Church. Arrangements were by Rill Chapel's Life Tribute Center.

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BIRCH, Molly
SHORELINE, WASHINGTON: Molly Charlotte Birch died September 11, 2005. She was born in Trondheim, Norway on December 25, 1915 to John and Kari Skaar. She is survived by a daughter, Genevieve Watts; a son, Desmond Birch; 10 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alexander Birch. Services were held at St. Mark Catholic Church. Interment was at Holyrood Catholic Cemetery under the direction of Beck's Funeral Home.

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BOUNDS, Dorothy
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Dorothy Lee Bounds, 69, died July 6, 1990 in Spokane. She was born May 23, 1921 in Colfax. Survivors include her husband, Ernest; a daughter, Barbara Ann Tomlinson of Clayton; and a son, David L. Borders of Casper, WY. She was preceded in death by a son, John Bounds. Services were held at the Riverside Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Interment was at Greenwood Memorial Terrace with arrangements by Lauer Funeral Home.

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BOYD, John H., Jr.
NEWPORT, WASHINGTON: John Homer Boyd, Jr., 60, died August 11, 2000. He was born June 20, 1940 in Pauls Valley, OK. He worked as a roofer, and was a U.S. Navy veteran. He had been living in Newport for 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Rose Lauzon Boyd; three sons, Bruce Lauzon of Newport, and Nick and Scott Boyd, both of Humboldt County, CA; three daughters, Deborah Boyd of Humboldt County, CA, Susie Clark of Newport, and Pamela Gross of Redding, CA; a brother, Cecil Boyd; four sisters, Thelma Shoemaker, Norma Jean Collins, Kathy Moir, and Chris Boyd; and 14 grandchildren. Inurnment with military honors was at the Newport Cemetery by Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home.

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BRYNTESON, Alice
FOX ISLAND, WASHINGTON: Alice Brynteson, 76, died March 13, 2006. She was born January 17, 1930. She was a paraprofessional with the Tacoma School District. She was a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, the Gig Harbor Women's Republican Party, and the Fireside Storytelling League. She was also a member of the Fox Island Missionary Alliance Church, where she served as a Sunday School teacher. She had been a Fox Island resident since 1976. Family members include her husband, Gus; her daughters, Alice Dugaw, Christine Born (Steve), and Carol Overly-Rootvik (Mike); her sons, Bill Brynteson (Judy Hedges) and Robert Brynteson; 8 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Services were held at the Fox Island Missionary Alliance Church. Interment was at the Fox Island Cemetery by Haven of Rest Funeral Home.

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BUDDRIUS, Richard
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Richard Leo Buddrius died September 20, 2007. He was born November 11, 1909 near Odessa, WA to Robert L. and Anna Eckhardt Buddrius. He was a former resident of Leavenworth, WA. Family members include his wife, Dorothy J. Buddrius; a daughter, Marilynne A. (Lewis) Wilson of Spokane; two sons, Dennis L. Buddrius of Wilbur, and David R. (Edna) Buddrius of Wilsonville, OR; two stepsons, John Norgaard of Maple Valley, and Thomas Norgaard of Edmonds; a half-brother, Victor Buddrius of Blanchard, ID; a daughter-in-law, Diane Buddrius of Rochester Hills, MI; 16 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Eva Buddrius; a son, Donald Buddrius; a stepson, Alfred "Ronnie" Norgaard, Jr.; three sisters, Adeline Bohnet, Mildred Bischoff, and Gertrude Kiehn; three brothers, Sam, Arthur, and Clarence Buddrius; a half-sister, Maxine Gaffney; two stepsisters, Evelyn Logan and Esther Buddrius; and a stepbrother, George Buddrius. Services were held at Faith Lutheran Church in Leavenworth. Interment was at Almira Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home.

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BURKE, George
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: George Burke died July 12, 1975 at his home. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Johnson and Mrs. George F. Nixon, both of Spokane; and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey Funeral Home.

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CARLSON, Lyle
MANSFIELD, WASHINGTON: Lyle Carlson, 31, died December 16, 1946 at the Grand Hotel. He had worked for a local farmer. He was surived by a sister in Seattle and other relatives in North Dakota. Arrangements were handled by Plotts Funeral Home. Note: Burial may be at the Ephrata Cemetery.

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CARNER, Lillian
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Lillian Carner, 97, died September 13, 2008. She was born February 12, 1911. She was of the Catholic faith. She is survived by several cousins. Arrangements were handled by Piper-Morley-Mellinger Funeral Home.

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CHRISTIAN, Juan
BATTLE GROUND, WASHINGTON: Juan Tomas Christian, 61, died October 26, 2009. He was born in Cintalapa, Mexico on September 9, 1948. He was a teacher for the Battle Ground School District for 30 years, and was an award-winning woodworker. He enjoyed classic literature, fly fishing, and golfing. He is survived by his wife, Marcia; a son, Randy Robbins of Spokane; two daughters, Stacy Bissell of Battle Ground, and Amanda Richards of California; three brothers, Joe Christian, Rafael Burgette, and Carlos Burgette, all of California; and 6 grandchildren. A memorial service was held at Prairie High School. Arrangements were handled by Brown's Funeral Home.

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CROW, Clarice
FINLEY, WASHINGTON: Clarice Crow, 63, died September 4, 1970 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. She was born December 17, 1906. She was a retired chef. She attended the United Methodist Church of Burbank, and was a member of the Grange. She is survived by her husband, Charles Crow; three daughters, Edna Daly, Violet Mills and Norma Plows; a son, Gene Anderson; a brother, Clinton Baker; a sister, Euphemia Brisboues; 12 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. Interment was at Desert Lawn Memorial Park in Kennewick under the direction of Bruce Lee Funeral Home.

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CLOUSING, Lawrence
LYNDEN, WASHINGTON: Lawrence C. Clousing, 78, died November 15, 2005. He was born June 10, 1927 to Lawrence and Linnet Davies Clousing. He worked as a well driller in Montana, and also as a welder at Ryan Aircraft. He was a U.S. Navy veteran, and attended the United Reformed Church of Lynden. Survivors include his wife, Shalmir Ungersma Clousing; his children, Jeffrey Clousing of Renton, Ramona (Harley) Navis of Lynden, Michael (Suzanne) Clousing of Atlanta, GA, Jocelyn (Daniel) Hogan of Marysville, and Erich (Lisa) Clousing of Orlando, FL; two brothers, Richard Clousing of Reno, NV, and Lynn (Pat) Clousing of Idaho; 10 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Services were held at the United Reformed Church of Lynden. Interment was at Monumenta Cemetery by Gillies Funeral Home.

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COBALLES, Pedro
FERNDALE, WASHINGTON: Pedro C. Coballes, 91, died December 26, 2009. He was born in Tuguegarao, Philippines on September 9, 1918 to Mauro and Epifania Coballes. He was a U.S. Army veteran under the USAFFE, and was a survivor of the Bataan Death March. He is survived by two sons, Mauro (Lisa) Coballes of Ferndale, and Valentino (Eva) Coballes of Quezon City, Philippines; 7 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Arrangements were handled by Jerns Funeral Chapel.

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COEN, Irene
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON; Irene Margaret Adams Coen died November 12, 2010. She was born September 10, 1919 in Hecla, SD. She attended Bethel Lutheran Church, and enjoyed oil painting, crafts, flowers, and playing cards. Survivors include a daughter, Joy Schultz of Vancouver; a son, Richard Coen of Reno, NV; 9 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson. She was preceded in death by her husband, Boyd; and a daughter, Kathleen. Interment was at Bethel Lutheran Cemetery under the direction of Vancouver Funeral Chapel.

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COLEMAN, Dolly
PE ELL, WASHINGTON: Dolly Virginia Coleman, 67, died December 1, 1978. She was born August 22, 1911 at Clagston, ID to Troy Vinton and Ola Elizabeth Solomon Conn. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star at Pe Ell, and was active in the Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Ronald E. Coleman; a daughter, Mrs William (Elora) Miller of Raymond; 3 grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. Interment was at Forest Lawn Cemetery with arrangements by Murphy Mortuary.

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COLSRUD, Ronald
LACEY, WASHINGTON: Ronald O. Colsrud died May 4, 2007. He was born January 11, 1940 to Clarence O. and Hazel Harmon Colsrud. He was a retired Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force with 20 years of service, and was a fabrication and parachute supervisor. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal. He was a Lutheran, and a lifetime member of the American Legion. Survivors include three sisters, JoAnne Loper of Olympia, Lois Christain of Tumwater, and Laura Leidig of Lenora, KS; a brother, Clarence of Renton; and his dog, Myrtle. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Rose Colsrud and Clara Warkentin; and his parents. Cremation arrangements were handled by Funeral Alternatives of Washington.

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CONN, Ola
RAYMOND, WASHINGTON: Ola E. Conn, 66, died June 5, 1962. She was born September 11, 1895 in Missouri to William Thomas, Sr. and Rosa Belle Glenn Solomon. She is survived by a daughter, Dolly Coleman of Blue Lake, CA; two sons, Earl (Tuffy) Conn of Pe Ell, and Troy (Tommy) Conn of Torrance, CA; 2 granddaughters; and 3 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Troy Conn. Burial was at Forest Lawn Cemetery in PeEll under the direction of Murphy Mortuary.

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CONN, Troy V.
PE ELL, WASHINGTON: Troy Vinton Conn died September 26, 1952. He was born October 18, 1877 in Olive Hill, KY. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ola Conn; two sons, Earl (Tuffy) and Troy, Jr. (Tommy), two daughters, Mrs. Maude York of Oregon, and Mrs. R.E. (Dolly) Coleman of Doty; 4 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Burial was at Forest Lawn Cemetery with arrangements by the PeEll Mortuary.

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CORNIA, Farnham M., Sr.
TOLEDO, WASHINGTON: Farnham Maurice Cornia, Sr., 76, died February 21, 2006. He was born January 3, 1930. He retired from the U.S. Navy. He was an electrician, and worked in the shipyards. He is survived by his wife, Ellen Cornia; three sons, Farnham, Jr. of Toutle, Jonathan of Los Angeles, CA, and Jeffrey (Rebecca) of Cathedral City, CA; a sister, Merlynn (Blayne) Livingston of St. George, UT; a brother, Howard (Carolyn) of Bremerton; 5 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Interment with military honors was at Lone Hill Cemetery under the direction of Cattermole Funeral Home.

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CURTIN, Sister Mary Irena
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Sr. Mary Irena Curtin, S.N.J.M., died May 13, 1982. She was a nun with the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Survivors include a cousin, Robert Curtin of Seattle; and her religious community. Services were held at the Convent of the Holy Names. Burial was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey Smith Funeral Home.

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DAILY, Gloria
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: Gloria C. Daily, 80, died December 25, 2008. She was born January 4, 1928 to the late Oscar and Juanita Julian. She held a number of different jobs, including working as a store manager for Mr. Formal. Survivors include her children, David Daily and Jule Hamlin; 4 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Tina Lynn Caum. Services were held at Ridgefield Community United Methodist Church. Arrangements were handled by Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home.

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DAUGHERTY, Adelheid
CAMAS, WASHINGTON: Adelheid Katherine Daugherty, 94, died April 16, 2005. She was born February 21, 1911. She and her husband owned the Camas Cab Company, and she also worked at the Crown Zellerbach Paper Mill bag factory. She attended St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. She was a member of several sewing clubs, and the Clark County Quilters' Club. She enjoyed bowling. She is survived by a son, David Daugherty of Webster, FL; a sister, Katherine Warren of Camas; three brothers, Johnnie Mueller of Arizona, and Felix Mueller and Andrew Mueller, both of Washougal; 2 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Daugherty. Services were held at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Interment was at the Camas Cemetery by Brown's Funeral Home.

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DAVIS, W.V.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: W.V. Davis died March 2, 1962 in Seattle. He was born May 21, 1878 to Thomas B. and Catherine Saffer Davis. He worked as a barber in Emporia, KS. He later moved to Tacoma, and then to Seattle. Survivors include his wife; a stepdaughter; and a stepson. Arrangements were handled by Columbia Funeral Home.

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DENG, Suong
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Suong Deng, 84, died July 27, 2008. He was born in Cambodia on November 3, 1923. He was a farmer, and lived in the Seattle area for over nearly 30 years. Services were held at the Buddhist Temple. Arrangements were handled by Columbia Funeral Home.

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DODDS, Nell
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Nell H. Dodds, 85, died February 4, 1972. She was a native of Kansas, and had been a Spokane resident for 75 years. She attended Spokane College, and had taught school in Laclede, ID. Survivors include three sons, George E. of Spokane, Albert H. of Vancouver, and Peter F. of Los Alamos, NM; 11 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. Cremation arrangements were handled by Smith Funeral Home.

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DOREE, Frances
OTHELLO, WASHINGTON: Frances L. Doree, 65, died December 29, 1974 at Othello Community Hospital. She was born December 3, 1909 in Unity, OR. She was a former assistant librarian, and was a member of the PEO Sisterhood and the Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband, Ralph; and a brother, Emmett Arthurs of Baker, OR. Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church. Interment was at Bess Hampton Memorial Gardens with arrangements by Muscott Funeral Home.

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EERKES, Jessie
OAK HARBOR, WASHINGTON: Jessie Beeksma Eerkes, 96, passed away December 17, 2009. She was born August 12, 1913 to Bokke and Adrianna Beeksma. She and her husband formerly owned Eerkes Springs Resort. Prior to that, she had worked as a telephone operator and an egg candler. She was an lifelong member of the First Reformed Church, where she was a Sunday School teacher. She was a cook at Orcas Island summer camp for over 30 years, and was active in volunteer work. She enjoyed traveling. She is survived by three sons and their spouses, Gary and Janet Eerkes of Bellingham, Ernie and Janice Eerkes of Mount Vernon, and Al and Maija Eerkes of Bellevue; a daughter, JoAnne Young of Seattle; her nieces and nephews; 5 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest Eerkes; a son, Lynn Eerkes; two brothers; five sisters; and a son-in-law, Vernon Young. Services were held at Oak Harbor First Reformed Church. Arrangements were handled by Burley Funeral Chapel.

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ELSETH, Beulah
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Beulah I. Elseth, 91, died February 13, 2007. She was born January 22, 1916 to Carl and Clara Smaby. She formerly worked for Busch's Drive-In, Woolworth's, and Penney's coffee shop. She enjoyed camping, bowling, bingo, and dancing. Survivors include three children, Rich (Sheila) Elseth, Lori (Terry) Hutson, and Steve (Barb) Elseth; a sister, Irene Langston; 11 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Vern Elseth; three brothers, John, Glen, and Kelly; and her parents. Interment was at Mountain View Memorial Park.

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ESPIRITU , Anastacio
FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON: Anastacio Alagano Espiritu, 68, died November 14, 2003. He was born in Pangasinan, Philippines on October 28, 1935. Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Ligaya Espiritu; two sons, John Espiritu, and Louie Espiritu (Wilma); a daughter, Ana Liza E. Peralta (Joy); a brother; three sisters; 5 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Interment was at Washington Memorial Park under the direction of Bonney-Watson Funeral Home.

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EYLANDER, Jenny
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Jenny Jean Eylander, 62, died January 1, 1975. She was born August 2, 1912 in Arlington. Survivors include her father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eylander; a brother, Dr. Ed Eylander; and three sisters, Lois Wilson, Kate Alkire, and Frances Elder. She was preceded in death by her mother, Gertie Eylander. Services were held at Emanuel Bible Church. Interment was at the Arlington Cemetery.

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FENNER, Kenneth B.
LAKE STEVENS, WASHINGTON: Kenneth Bradford Fenner, 90, died October 28, 2007. He was born February 10, 1917. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Elizabeth Fenner; his children, Russell (Susan) Fenner, JoAnn (Al) Slaughter, Paul (Susan) Fenner, DiAnn (Roger) Hansen, and Patty (Greg) Ruiz; a brother, Almer Fenner; 10 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. Interment was at Machias Community Cemetery by Bauer Funeral Chapel.

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FIOLA, Debra
CHEWELAH, WASHINGTON: Debra Lynn Fiola, 53, died November 9, 2009. She was born November 6, 1956 to Roy and Venna Dippold. She was a school bus driver for the Valley School District. She enjoyed golf, crocheting, and painting. She is survived by a daughter, Nikki Spencer; two sons, Jeff Fiola and Kenny Fiola; her parents; a sister, Misty Restanio (Joe); a brother, Dirk Dippold (Bernice); 4 grandchildren; and her nieces and nephews. Arrangements were handled by Danekas Funeral Chapel.

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FIS, Regina
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Regina "Re" Calvo Fis, 95, died June 20, 2010. She was born in Seattle on December 20, 1914 to Sam and Bella Calvo. She enjoyed cooking, baking, knitting, reading, and playing mahjong. She was a longtime Seattle resident, and had also lived in Detroit, St. Louis, and Chicago. Survivors include a daughter, Sue Fis-Barrett; 3 grandsons; 9 great-grandchildren; a great-great grandson; her nieces and nephews; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Sam A. Fis; her parents; two sisters, Jean Halfon and Betty Goren; a brother, William Calvo; and a son-in-law, Stuart Barrett. Interment was at Sephardic Brotherhood Cemetery.

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FLACH, Carl, Jr.
NEWPORT, WASHINGTON: Carl Statler Flach, Jr., 76, died May 8, 1996 at his residence. He was born October 25, 1919 in Eureka, MT to Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Flach, Sr. He held an accounting degree from Kinman Business College. He formerly worked for Morrison-Knutson, and was a mail sorter for the Postal Service in Spokane. He was U.S. Army veteran of World War II and served in the 83rd Infantry, 44th Division. He was a recipient of the Purple Heart medal. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and Pi Kappa Alpha, and attended the United Church of Christ in Newport. He is survived by his wife, Merle Glover Flach. Inurnment was at the Newport Cemetery under the direction of Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home.

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FORSTER, Phyllis
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Phyllis Elaine Forster died June 22, 2007. She was born October 3, 1929. Survivors include a daughter, Kaye Tollefsen; and a granddaughter. She was preceded in death by a son, John Forster; her father, Fred Cook; and her mother, Isabelle Cook. Arrangements were entrusted to Tacoma Mausoleum and Mortuary.

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FORTESCUE, Earnest
WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON: Earnest Davis "Ernie" Fortescue, 86, died April 29, 2010. He was born June 23, 1923. He was a former Kirkland resident, and owned a photography studio from 1959 to 1992. He was a veteran of World War II and Korea, and was an Air Force photographer. He was a 50-year member of both the Rotary Club and the Masons. Survivors include his wife of 42 years; and his nieces and nephews and their families. He was preceded in death by a sister; a brother; and a great-niece. A celebration of his life was held at McDee's Art Center. Arrangements were handled by Jones and Jones-Betts Funeral Home.

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FURLOTT, Kenneth
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Kenneth L. Furlott, 68, died October 4, 1967 at a Spokane hospital. He was born July 28, 1899 in Eau Claire, WI. He was a former member of the Spokane Elks Lodge. He was survived by his wife, Edna Mae Furlott; two sons, Douglas H. and Edward H., both of Spokane; 3 grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. Arrangements were handled by Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home.

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GARBUTT, Dorothy
KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON: Dorothy R. Dorman Garbutt died January 25, 2009. She was born March 25, 1925 to Dale Maxwell Dorman and Sadie Kathleen Stanley Dorman. She was active in the Salvation Army in Spokane, and was one of its initial members when the Salvation Army started the Pasco Corps. She was a member of The Salvation Army Mid-Columbia Richland Corps. Family members include a daughter, Debbee (Peter) Hollick; four sons, Daniel (Penni) Garbutt; Maxwell (Gerrie) Garbutt; Randy Garbutt; and Michael (Cheri) Garbutt; a sister, Helen N. Dorman; 9 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her former husband, John R. Garbutt; a daughter, Kathleen Roberta McDowell; and her parents. Interment was at Riverside Memorial Park under the direction of Einan's Funeral Home.

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GASTON, Loren
SPOKANE VALLEY, WASHINGTON: Loren A. Gaston, 66, died June 24, 2008. He was a retired engineer for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. He is survived by his children, Terry Gaston and Rick Gaston, both of Veradale; two sisters, Janet Gibson of Arvada, CO, and Carol Reid of Madras, OR; and a brother, Darrell Gaston of Mercer Island. Services were held at Bethel Baptist Church. Arrangements were entrusted to Jones and Jones-Betts Funeral Home.

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GERLACK, Elsie
DRYDEN, WASHINGTON: Elsie Gerlack, 96, died January 13, 2006. She was born April 9, 1909 to Jacob and Amelia Widmer. She and her husband owned an orchard, and she was a former fruit packer at the Dryden Warehouse. She was a member of the Dryden German Congregational Church, where she was past president of the Ladies' Aid Society. Survivors include a daughter, Shirley Rees of Wenatchee; a sister, Gerty Jossivoff of Portage, IN; 4 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Gerlack; a daughter, Deloris Rogers; a brother, Al Widmer; a sister, Polly Hoffman; and a grandson, Steve Rees. Interment was at Cashmere Cemetery.

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GROSS, Louise
WOODLAND, WASHINGTON: Louise S. Iverson Gross, 95, died July 2, 2008. She was born May 21, 1913. She enjoyed traveling, gardening, and flowers. She is survived by two daughters, Susan Basch of Woodland, and Janet Crawford of Goldendale; 5 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Gross. Services were held at Highland Lutheran Church in La Center. Interment was at View Cemetery under the direction of Vancouver Funeral Chapel.

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GUSTAFSON, Toivo
RICHLAND, WASHINGTON: Toivo Gustafson, 57, died December 29, 1967 at Kadlec Methodist Hospital. He was born May 27, 1910 in Diamondville, WY. He was a sheet metal worker at J.A. Jones Construction Co. and was a member of Sheet Metal Workers Local #242. He is survived by his wife, Louise Gustafson; a daughter, Betty; a son, Toby; his father, A.F. Gustafson; and a sister, Aune Neilson. Services were held at Einan's Chapel. Interment was at Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

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HAARSTICK, Hazel
KENT, WASHINGTON: Hazel Haarstick, 83, died January 5, 2009. She was born November 15, 1925 in Pelican Rapids, MN to Anton and Elma Weik Toso. Survivors include a son, Lee Haarstick; a daughter, Renee Yohe; and a brother, Lyle. Arrangements were entrusted to Edline-Yahn and Covington Funeral Home.

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HAIRY BULL, Alfred
WHITE SWAN, WASHINGTON: Funeral services were held for Alfred (Shoulders) Hairy Bull, 42, at the Mount Adams Community Center in White Swan on January 13, 1972. Surviving family members include a daughter, Anna May Hairy Bull; and two brothers, Lawrence Hairy Bull and Albert Wolfchild. Interment was at the White Swan Indian Cemetery with arrangements by Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors.

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HARRISON, Hattie
AZWELL, WASHINGTON: Hattie Mae Harrison, 53, died July 8, 1952. She was born December 7, 1898 to James Dillard and Orlena Eversole Collins. Survivors included her husband, Benjamin W. Harrison; four sons, Ronnie, Tim, Pat, and Gene; two daughters, Maxine Whitehall and Hazel Nelson; three brothers; and five sisters. Burial was at Riverview Cemetery by Smith Mortuary.

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HECK, Peter
OAKVILLE, WASHINGTON: Funeral services were held April 27, 1951 for Peter Heck, 97, a Chehalis Reservation policeman, and a bishop of the Shaker Church. He was born near Centralia. He had lived on the reservation for 70 years. He was the husband of Lena Heck and the son of Mary Heck. He was survived by a daughter; two sons; two brothers; 9 grandchildren; and 9 great-grandchildren. Interment was at the tribal cemetery in Chehalis.

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HELLSTROM, Gunnar
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Gunnar A. Hellstrom, 69, died December 17, 2006. He was born February 28, 1937 to Gladys and Gunnar A. Hellstrom. He attended Tacoma Vocational School, and was a journeyman shipwright at the age of 20. He worked in boat building and sales. He was a lifetime member and former commodore of the Day Island Yacht Club, and was also a lifetime member of the Narrows Bridge VFW. He played Santa for the Special People's Holiday Cruise in Gig Harbor for 18 years. He is survived by his wife, Judy Ness Hellstrom; a daughter, Corinna Goff; a stepson, Brad (Elizabeth) Chatfield; a granddaughter; and a step-grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Judy Lankford. Services were held at the First Lutheran Church. Arrangements were handled by Tacoma Mausoleum and Mortuary.

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HENDERSON, Vera
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Vera Henderson, 70, died May 17, 1962 at her residence. She was a retired school teacher at Grant School, where she was a longtime third and fourth grade teacher. She attended Central Methodist Church. She was a member of the Retired Teachers' Association, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Order of the Eastern Star, the Wesleyan Service Guild, and the Deaconess Hospital Sewing Guild. She is survived by a brother, Hall F. Henderson; and a cousin, Mrs. Alfred D. Butler. Arrangements were handled by Ball and Dodd Funeral Home.

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HOLINKA, Betty
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Betty Mae Holinka died October 16, 2009. She was born July 17, 1927 to Edward and Emma Barnes. She enjoyed gardening and spending time at the family cabin at Lake Pend Orielle. Survivors include her children, Jayne (Steve) Pederson of Chattaroy, and Dave (B.J.) Holinka of Post Falls, ID; 5 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, Frank Holinka. Interment was at Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Riplinger Funeral Home.

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ISADORE, Mary
USK, WASHINGTON: Mary Katherine Isadore, 51, died January 16, 1970 at a hospital in Chewelah. Survivors include her husband, Pat Isadore; two sons, Alvin Meshell and David Meshell; five daughters, Sylvia Meshell, Rita Campbell, Shirley Gallar, Ima Meshell, and Elva Meshell; and 12 grandchildren. Services were held at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church on the Kalispel Indian reservation. Burial was at the reservation Cemetery under the direction of Sherman Funeral Home.

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JORDAN, Edward
LACEY, WASHINGTON: Edward N. Jordan, 98, died July 8, 2006. He was born in March 7, 1908 to Henry W. Jordan and Elizabeth White Jordan. He was a former resident of California, where he owned Jordan's Appliances. He enjoyed golfing, fishing, walking, picking huckleberries, and panning for gold. Survivors include his wife, Alice Bassett Jordan; three children, Ross, Richard, and Janet; and 3 grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Tacoma Mausoleum and Mortuary.

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JOSEPHSON, Milton
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON: Milton Josephson, 89, died November 13, 2008. He was born March 17, 1919 to Joseph and Freda Block Josephson. He attended the University of Washington. He worked in retail sales. He worked at Gallenkamp Shoe Store for 20 years, and had also sold men's clothing. He later sold furniture, working at Goldberg's, and retiring at age 81 from Ken Schoenfeld Furniture. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, and a member of the Elks Lodge. He enjoyed watching sports, and taking trips to Reno and the Red Wind Casino. He is survived by a daughter, Debbie Harding (Roger) of Olympia; a sister, Mary Beatty of Olympia; 2 grandchildren; and 2 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Mathias Josephson. Interment was at Temple Beth Hatfiloh Cemetery with arrangements by Funeral Alternatives of Washington.

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JUROSHEK, Mike
McCLEARY, WASHINGTON: Mike H. Juroshek, 84, died March 31, 2004. He was born November 25, 1919 to Joe and Anna Juroshek. He formerly worked in the construction industry, and was an artist. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Wood Juroshek; a daughter and son-in-law, Judi and Rick Harper; 2 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and his friends. Services were held at Grace Community Church in Elma. Arrangements were handled by Whiteside Family Mortuary.

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KAIR, Eilene
ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON: Eilene Graham Kair, died October 18, 2000 in Kalispell, MT. She was born May 31, 1926 in Kalispell to Art and Mildred Solderstrom Smith. She retired from Sunstrand Data Control. She was a registered member of the Salish Kooteni Tribe, and was a member of the Eagles. She enjoyed gardening, yard work, crocheting and the outdoors. Survivors include her sons, Dennis Graham (Shirley) of Des Moines, Danny Graham (Elizabeth) of Sammamish, and Gary Graham (Marianne) of Hoodsport; her mother, Mildred Frach of Kalispell, MT; a brother, Robert Frach, Jr.; two sisters, Lois Enevold of Orfino, ID, and Sharon Hawk of Kalispell, MT; 11 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerrold Graham. She was formerly married to Richard Kair. Arrangements were handled by Johnson Mortuary and Crematory.

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KALDESTAD, Olav
LACEY, WASHINGTON: Olav Kaldestad died October 16, 2005. He was born in Norway on November 30, 1927 to Torgeir and Olea Vik Kaldestad. He was a retired electrical engineer at Lamb-Grays Harbor. He held a degree in electrical engineering from the Technical College in Bergen. He attended Christ the Servant Lutheran Church. He was a member of the Sons of Norway and Nordlandslaget, and sang in the Normanna Male Choir in Tacoma. He is survived by his wife, Anna Kulild Kaldestad; three children, Roy Kaldestad, Linda Petkevicius, and Toril Frost; two sons-in-law, Roman Petkevicius and Kevin Frost; a daughter-in-law, Karen Kaldestad; and 7 grandchildren. Services were held at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church. Arrangements were handled by Woodlawn-Forest Funeral Home.

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KNEISLY, Marian
CAMAS, WASHINGTON: Marian Catherine Kneisly, 95, died September 20, 2006. She was born June 9, 1911 in Canada. She was a retired practical nurse, and attended the Camas Seventh-day Adventist Church. She enjoyed crocheting, knitting, and reading the Bible. Survivors include a son, Aubrey Kneisly of Washougal; a daughter, Laura J. Bobbio of San Diego, CA; her nieces and nephews; 12 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Brown's Funeral Home.

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KONESTAS, Paul
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Paul G. Konestas died July 10, 1982. He was a member of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and AHEPA, and had been a Spokane resident for 60 years. Survivors include two sons, Alexander Konestas of Seattle, and Constantine Konestas of Spokane; a sister in Greece; 2 grandchildren; and his cousins, including Nick and Catherine Karras of Spokane. Services were held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Interment was at Riverside Memorial Park by Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home.

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KOZENEK, Fred
LYNNWOOD, WASHINGTON: Fred Kozenek, 79, died August 14, 1986. He was the son of Joseph and Anna Kozenek. He was a former grocer in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He is survived by a daughter, Helen Louise Sandvig; two sisters, Josephine Doty and Mary Wangen; a brother, Charles Kozenek; and 2 grandsons. He was preceded in death by his wife, Eva Smith Kozenek. Services were held at Immanuel Baptist Church in Springdale, AR. Interment was at Fairview Memorial Gardens in Fayetteville, AR.

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KRAUSE, Bettye
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON: Bettye Stonex Krause, 83, died November 29, 2009. She was born September 14, 1926 to Wilbur and Lilyan Hall Stonex. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington, and a master's degree from California State University. She was a retired teacher, and taught at Azusa High School, Citrus College, Mount St. Antonio College, and California Polytechnic University. She was also a former office worker at Onalaska High School, and was a secretary for the Seattle Public Schools. Survivors include three children, Leonard Krause of Chehalis, Cindy Rowe of Rainier, and Christie Krause of Glendora, CA; and three sisters, Grace Lyons of Onalaska, Kathleen Schulz of Napavine, and Wini Meyer of Hawaii. She was married to R. Leonard Krause. Interment was at Alpha Cemetery in Onalaska under the direction of Brown Mortuary Service.

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KRON, Anton
MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON: Anton O. Kron, 75, died January 20, 1960 in Everett. He was born September 22, 1884 in Jemtland, Sweden. He was associated with Vic Johnson Realty Company and Raab Mobile Homes. He was a member of the Kiwanis Club, and was a Lutheran. Survivors include his wife, Alma Kron; two sons, Carlton and Wallace; a stepson, Alden Soderman; four sisters, Mrs. Ida Reynolds, Mrs. Amanda Halgren, Mrs. Ruth Clark, and Mrs. Amy Lind; and 6 grandchildren. Services were held in Everett.

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LAVIOLA, Jean
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Jean Dolores Laviola, 73, died April 5, 2006. She was born May 6, 1932. She retired from Good Samaritan Hospital. Survivors include her children, Dr. Mark (Marilyn) Laviola, Dina (Koley) Haase, and Annette Thompson; two brothers, Tony Schatz, and Leo Schatz; five sisters, Alice Beers, Eva Weatherly, Ann Smith, Rose Sankwich, and Pauline Boykin; a granddaughter; and 2 great-granddaughters. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph. Inurnment was at Calvary Cemetery by Gaffney Funeral Home.

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LEFEBVRE, Sister Rose Alma
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Sr. Rose Alma Lefebvre, S.P., died October 20, 1982. She had served for many years at Sacred Heart Hospital, as well as at hospitals in Colfax and Wallace. She celebrated her 60th year as a Sister of Providence in 1971. Survivors include a brother, Urgel Lefebvre of LaPrairie, Canada; a cousin, Rev. Eugene Lefebvre of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, Canada; her nieces and nephews; and her religious community. Services were held at Mount St. Joseph. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey Smith Funeral Home.

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LERMO, Gullick
WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON: Gullick Orlando Lermo, 77, died January 5, 1961 at Skyline Hospital. He was born July 14, 1883 in Decorah, IA to Sarah and Hans Jorgenson. He was a graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, and had worked as a school teacher, bank cashier, farmer and caretaker at Silverton High School in Oregon. He was married to Theresa Herdina. He was survived by three children, Corydon Lermo, Bonnie Williamson, and Al Lermo; a sister, Selma Jorgenson; a brother, Helmer Jorgenson; 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alvena Noecker Lermo. Services were held at Bethel Congregational Church. Interment was at Valley View Cemetery in Silverton, OR with arrangements by Gardner Funeral Home.

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LEWIS, Glen E., Sr.
BATTLE GROUND, WASHINGTON: Glen Earl Lewis, Sr. 63, died August 24, 1991 at his residence. He was born August 29, 1927 in Paden, OK. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jo Lewis; two sons, Rick of Battle Ground, and Glen, Jr. of Modesto, CA; his father, Homer of Hughson, CA; three sisters, Bernice Walker, Vernola Kennedy, and Juanita Thompson; a brother, Joe; and 3 grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Layne's Funeral Home.

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LINDEN, Father James V.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Rev. James V. Linden, S.J., 76, died March 1, 1968. He was born October 28, 1891 in Milwaukee. He entered the Society of Jesus in Los Gatos, CA, and was ordained in Dublin, Ireland. He was regent emeritus and former dean of the Gonzaga University Law School, and had been with the school for 41 years. He was a graduate of Marquette University, where he was very active in school athletics. He held a master's degree from Mount St. Michael's, and an honorary doctor of laws degree from Gregorian University in Rome. He also attended St. Louis University. He formerly taught at Loyola University in Los Angeles, and authored four books on religion. Survivors include a brother, Paul Linden of Milwaukee; and a sister, Mrs. E.M. Carey of Sussex, WI. Services were held at St. Aloysius Catholic Church. Interment was at Mount St. Michael Cemetery under the the direction of Hennessey's Funeral Home.

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LINDULA, Doris
AUBURN, WASHINGTON: Doris A. Lindula, 83, died October 25, 2006. She was born June 23, 1923 in Rock Lake, ND. She enjoyed flower arranging, antique glass, shopping, and collecting porcelain dolls. She is survived by two daughters, Fiina Gilbert of Auburn, and Lynnet Mizner of Orting; her sons, Steven of Federal Way, Tim of Sumner, Chris of Spokane, Robbin of Edgewood, and Rick of Buckley; 17 grandchildren; and her great-grandchildren. Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of Yahn and Son Funeral Home.

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LINGWALL, Gustaf
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Gustaf O. Lingwall died March 8, 2005. He was born December 19, 1918 in Gotland, Sweden. He came to the U.S. in 1949. He was a bricklayer, and was a member of Bricklayers Union #1 for over 50 years. He was a Mason and a Shriner, and was also a member of the Sons of Norway, VASA, the Elks, the 1918 Club, and the Laryngectomee Club. He enjoyed car racing and riding his John Deere. He is survived by his wife, Frances; his daughters, Ava, Linda, and Lisa; a sister, Elizabeth; 2 granddaughters; and 2 great-granddaughters. Arrangements were handled by American Burial and Cremation Services.

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LONGENECKER, Charles
ORTING, WASHINGTON: Charles F. Longenecker, 97, died October 15, 1984 at the Washington Soldiers' Home. He was born in New York. He was a retired railroad worker and a U.S. Army veteran of World War I. He is survived by two daughters, Ruby Roberts of Port St. Lucie, FL, and Ruth Crapeau of Seattle; 4 grandchildren; and 2 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Powers Funeral Home.

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LUCKE, Ralph
ELMA, WASHINGTON: Ralph Curtis Lucke, died July 22, 2005. He was born October 15, 1925. He retired from the U.S. Navy as a Chief Petty Officer. He enjoyed fishing and playing cards. Survivors include a brother, Laurence H. Lucke; and his nieces and nephews. Arrangements were entrusted to Whiteside Family Mortuary.

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LUTE, Alfred J.
DAVENPORT, WASHINGTON: Alfred James "Al" Lute died February 5, 2008. He was a retired bookkeeper and general office manager at Sunset Garage. He was a veteran of World War II, and served on the USS Vestal, a naval repair ship based at Pearl Harbor. Survivors include his wife, Loraine Lute; his children and stepchildren, Michael Thomas (Mike) and Kathleen Lute, Robert Arthur (Bob) and Kathleen Lute, James Robert (Jim) Lute, William Carl (Bill) Lute, Alfred Jay (Jay) Lute, Deborah Lynn (Debbie) and Joseph Dvorak, Barry Lee Allessio, and Tamara Leigh (Tammy) Berg; 7 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Muirine Lute; two brothers, John and Carl; and a grandchild. Interment was at Vineland Cemetery by Strate Funeral Home.

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LYND, Jesse
COLBERT, WASHINGTON: Jesse Lynd, 72, died September 30, 1967. He was born September 28, 1895 in Princeton, ID. He was a farmer, and attended the Lynwood Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors include his wife, Alyce June Lynd; a son, Steven D. Lynd; two brothers, Reuben Lynd and Harvey Lynd; and his nieces and nephews. Interment was at Fairmount by Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home.

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MADRIL, Faustino
WAPATO, WASHINGTON: Faustino Madril, 80, died November 9, 2007. He was born March 28, 1927 to Melaquiras and Teresina Newton Madril. He was self-employed, and worked as a handyman. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was an artist, and enjoyed swimming, fishing, and playing checkers and cards. He is survived by three sisters, Clarinda Gardunio of Alamosa, CO, Annette Mestas of Glendale, AZ, and Marie Acevedo of Rialto, CA; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by six sisters; two brothers; and his parents. Interment was at Reservation Community Memorial Park under the direction of Merritt Funeral Home.

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MARSH, Lois
EVERETT, WASHINGTON: Lois M. Marsh, 87, died July 29, 2009 at her residence in Everett. She was born April 14, 1922 in Breckenridge, MN to Melvin and Daily Mullikin. She was a graduate of French's Business School in Bemidji, MN, and retired from GTE. She was a former resident of Glendale, CA, Beaverton, OR, and Edmonds, WA. Survivors include two sons, Allan and Kelly; a brother, Robert; and a granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Marsh; two sisters, Irene Frach and Doris Bush; and a brother, Walter Mullikin.

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McALPINE, Jean
OROVILLE, WASHINGTON: Jean Isabell McAlpine, 77, died September 9, 2006. She was born in in Michel, B.C. on January 12, 1929. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Sandi and Robert Brown; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Jack McAlpine, and Tom and Sandy McAlpine; a sister, Dorothy Clark; her sisters-in-law; her nieces and nephews; 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lenard McAlpine; and her parents, Thomas Jones and Jeanie Jones. Services were held at the Oroville Church of Christ. Arrangements were handled by Hillcrest Memorial Center.

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McCHRISTIAN, Charles D.
WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON: Charles Denton "Charlie" McChristian, 78, died September 30, 1974. He was born December 30, 1895 to Jim and Joan Caselman McChristian. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War I, and was a member of the VFW and the American Legion. He was survived by five daughters, Vivian Scherrer, Vickie Hull, Vina Barber, Verna Bryant, and Lexie Whiteman; a son, Ancel McChristian (d. July 3, 1998); 19 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel Watkins McChristian. Burial with military honors was at Pateros Cemetery.

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McCOWN, JoAnn
COLFAX, WASHINGTON: JoAnn McCown, 74, died December 26, 2008. She was born December 11, 1934 to Frank and Hilda Aeschliman Gering. She was a bookkeeper for J.E. Love Company, and enjoyed gardening and yard work. She is survived by a daughter, Lynn MacGougan of Gig Harbor; a sister, Wilma Utke of Colfax; and 2 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert "Bob" McCown; a brother, Dwayne Gering; and her parents. Arrangements were handled by Bruning Funeral Home.

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McMAHON, Ora
CARSON, WASHINGTON: Ora Temperance McMahon died March 16, 1965. She was born December 9, 1898 in Goldendale. She had been living in Carson since 1955. She was survived by her husband, Robert H. McMahon; a son, Robert McMahon; two daughters, Edith Z. Collins and Anna Wade; four brothers, Robert C., Dan, Arthur, and Philip Brumbaugh; 9 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Services were held at Gardner's Chapel. Interment was at Goodwill Cemetery.

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MESECHER, Roland
TOPPENISH, WASHINGTON: Roland J. Mesecher, 75, died January 10, 1973 at Mountain Vista Nursing Home. He was born October 23, 1897 in Goldendale. He was a receiving foreman at Del Monte Packing Co., and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War I. He was a longtime Toppenish resident, and was a member of the McKinley Grange. He is survived by his wife, Martha Mesecher; his daughters, Colleen Mesecher and Judy Lunyou, both of Toppenish, and Betty Murphy of Sacramento, CA; his sons, Ron and James, both of Toppenish, Richard of Minot, ND, Larry of Riverbend, CA, and David of Springfield, MA; 18 grandchildren; and 2 great-grandchildren. Burial was at the Zillah Cemetery under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home.

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MILLER, William O.
RAYMOND, WASHINGTON: William O. "Bill" Miller, 61, died September 17, 1981. He was born William Owen Bryson on November 23, 1919 at Pittsburg, PA. Prior to his illness, he was a millwright for the Weyerhaeuser Company. He was an Army veteran of World War II, a member of the United Church of Raymond, a past Exalted Ruler of the Raymond Elks Lodge, and a member of the I.W.A. union. He is survived by his wife, Elora; two daughters, Elizabeth Brown of Panama, and Michele Miller of Seattle; a son, Mark Miller of Springfield, OR; a sister, Valley Dahmen of Pullman, WA; his father-in-law, Ronald Coleman of Pe Ell; an aunt, Jessie Wieneck of Florida; a granddaughter; and other relatives. Interment was at Menlo Cemetery under the direction of Murphy Mortuary.

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MINCK, Joy
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: Joy D. Minck died August 27, 2009. She was born July 21, 1928. She enjoyed travel, bowling, and poetry. Survivors include a daughter-in-law, Phyllis Minck; an aunt, Martva Messer; 4 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband of 51 years, Jack E. Minck; and three sons, Glenn, Dennis and Jeff Minck. Services were held at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church. Interment was at Evergreen Memorial Gardens.

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MARLOW, Minnie
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: Minnie Mae Marlow, 89, died September 17, 2004 at her home. She was born in Amboy on August 25, 1915. She was a caregiver. She liked to read, and belonged to several book clubs. She also enjoyed pen-pal correspondence. She is survived by two daughters, Wanita Haines and Faye R. Crawford, both of Vancouver; two sisters, Mary Pickett of Vancouver and Anna L. Bradley of Ault, CO; a brother, James E. McKee of Wasco, OR; 6 grandchildren; and 2 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Regal R. Frach. Interment was at Chelatchie Cemetery under the direction of Evergreen Staples Funeral Chapel.

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MOLINA, Antonia
PASCO, WASHINGTON: Antonia Molina, 27, was found deceased on January 3, 1974. She was born in Curero, TX on October 6, 1946. Survivors include three daughters, Catherine of Pasco, and Rosa and Mary Yolanda, both of Ritzville; her mother, Maria Alvarz of Othello; three sisters, Linda Gonzales, Alvira Alvarez, and Mary Martinez; and three brothers, Bonifico, Henry and Natividad Alvarez, all of Othello. Services were held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Interment was at Bess Hampton Memorial Gardens under the direction of Muscott Funeral Home.

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MORGAN, Clyde
PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON: Clyde Morgan, 91, died December 17, 2007. He was born March 4, 1916 to Cash and Julia Reinke Morgan. He was a retired marine carpenter, and was a member of Carpenters and Pile Drivers Union Local #1303. He was a U.S. Coast Guard veteran of World War II. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, backpacking, gathering wild food, and organic gardening. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Terry and Kymberly Morgan of Kenmore; a daughter and son-in-law, Janna and Jack Weir of Snohomish; 5 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Judy Hdladke Morgan. Arrangements were handled by Drennan and Ford Funeral Home.

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MURATALLA, Carmen
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Carmen Muratalla, 91, died July 8, 2007. She was born September 16, 1915 in Sahuayo, Mexico. Survivors include her sons, Santiago (Guadalupe), Jose Luis (Victoria), Manuel (Amparo), and Jorge; her daughters, Gloria, Carmela (Domingo), Irma Leticia (Jose), and Teresa; 36 grandchildren; 44 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Aurelio; in 1986, and three children, Maria de los Angeles, Manuelito, and Francisco Javier. Services were held at St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church. Interment was at Gethsemane Catholic Cemetery.

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MURDOCK, Lillian
POULSBO, WASHINGTON: Lillian Murdock, 74, died November 15, 2005. She was born October 13, 1931 in Mundare, Alberta, Canada to Peter and Dorothy Petryga Maslyk. She was of the Catholic faith, and enjoyed gardening and baking. She is survived by a son, Jon Briggs; three daughters, Bobby Peterson, Sandy Oliphant, and Shawna George; a sister, Elsie Drioil; 11 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held at the Suquamish Tribal Center. Arrangements were handled by The Stone Chapel.

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NEGRU, Ecaterina
KENT, WASHINGTON: Ecaterina Negru passed away September 27, 2008. She was born June 12, 1932 in Moldova, Romania. Interment was at Hillcrest Burial Park under the direction of Marlatt Funeral Home.

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NELSON, John G.
REARDAN, WASHINGTON: John G. "Jack" Nelson, 85, died September 24, 2008. He was born September 10, 1923 to John G. and Mary Louise Glen Nelson. He attended Reardan Presbyterian Church. He was a past master and 50-year member of the Myrtle Point Masonic Lodge, and was also a member of the Lions Club. He was a former scoutmaster. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Nelson; his children, Dr. Priscilla Monroe of Sacramento, CA, Robin Parker and Dick of Spokane, Pamela Slade and Ramiro of Houston, TX, John Nelson and Renell of Reardan, Debra Nelson of Olympia, Randy Knigge and Kim of Spokane Valley, and Roger Knigge and Tammy of Richland; a sister, Dorothy Bauder of Racine, WI; 17 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; his nieces and nephews; and his friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris Jean Nelson. Services were held at Reardan Presbyterian Church. Interment was at Edwall Cemetery by Strate Funeral Home.

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NINOMIYA, Ban
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Ban Ninomiya was born May 2, 1920, and was killed in action during World War II on October 29, 1944. This name appears on a list of Alaska war casulties. Interment was at Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park.

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O'BRIEN, William
RICHLAND, WASHINGTON: William H. O'Brien, 59, died December 25, 1976 at his residence. He was born in Bartley, NE. He was a welding engineer, and was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie O'Brien; and a daughter, Patricia Moore of Dallas, TX. He was preceded in death by a son. Services were held at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Arrangements were handled by Columbia Memorial Chapel.

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PATTERSON, Donna
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: Donna Jo Patterson, 71, died August 25, 2004. She was born April 13, 1933 in Portland. She had been a Vancouver resident since 1990. She is survived by a daughter, Diana L. Shobe of Vancouver; two sisters, Patricia P. Rothe, and Brenda C. Bryan, both of Vancouver; and 3 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Michael K. Shobe. Following cremation, her ashes were scattered in the Columbia River.

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PERU, Waunita
BATTLE GROUND, WASHINGTON: Waunita June Newton Peru, 88, died August 5, 2008. She was born June 23, 1920. She was a bookkeeper for McCreedy Lumber Co. and the Battle Ground Co-Op, and was also a teller at First Independent Bank. She taught piano lessons for over 30 years, and enjoyed skiing and embroidery. She is survived by a daughter, Shelley Peru of Vancouver; a son, Rayna Peru of Battle Ground; and 2 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Orrell Peru. Interment was at Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Vancouver under the direction of Layne's Funeral Home.

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PLOWMAN, Marie
LYNDEN, WASHINGTON: Marie Jane Plowman, 86, died August 16, 2008. She was born March 29, 1922 to Thomas and Margaret Ellenbaas De Loof. She attended Netherlands Reformed Church. She is survived by two sons, Ralph (Trudy) of Olympia, WA, and Roger (Pattie) of Lake Havasu City, AZ; a sister-in-law, Margaret Vesledahl of Brooten, MN; several cousins; 11 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. She was the wife of Ed Plowman. Services were held at Netherlands Reformed Church. Burial was at Monumenta Cemetery by Gillies Funeral Home.

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PRICE, Dollie
TAHOLAH, WASHINGTON: Dollie Price, 71, died February 14, 2011 at Riverside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Centralia. She was born October 13, 1939 in Port Townsend, WA. She was a member of the Chippaw Crow tribe of Saskatchewan, Canada, and was a maintenance worker with the Quinault Tribe for 20 years. She was a member of the Taholah Shaker Church, and was involved with many church activities, including cooking and cleaning for Shaker churches. She is survived by a son, Allan Price of Tacoma; two daughters, Mary Thornton of Tacoma, and Anna Price of Darrington; a sister, Rose Lee Willis; two brothers, Calvin and Joe Waterhouse; a granddaughter; a great-grandson she raised; her nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her partner of 25 years, Maynard Sampson Johns; and her mother, Ella Shatton. Indian Shaker services were held at at the chapel of Coleman Mortuary. Interment was at Sunset Memorial Park.

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PULLIAM, William E., Sr.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: William E. Pulliam, Sr., 64, died April 2, 1982 at Holy Family Hospital. He was a retired dispatcher at Consolidated Freightways with 35 years of service, and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He attended Knox Presbyterian Church, and was a member of Teamsters Local #690 and the Eagles Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Margaret Hanson Pulliam; a son, William E. Pulliam, Jr.; a daughter, Patricia A. Tucker; two sisters; three brothers, Jesse, Jack and Leonard; and 6 grandchildren. Interment was at Fairmount Cemetery under the direction of Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home.

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PUZ, Jennie
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Jennie J. Bartich Puz died July 30, 2005. She was born April 26, 1922 to Joseph Slosar and Yohana Sankovich. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, John and Lisa Bartich of Spokane, and George and Lacey Bartich of Sutter Creek, CA; a stepdaughter, Kathy Cray and husband John Cray of Huntsville, AL; 6 grandchildren; and her nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two husbands, George Bartich and Frank Puz; and a brother, Joe Slosar. Services were held at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Inurnment was at Calvary Cemetery under the direction of Gaffney Funeral Home.

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RALBOVSKY, Mary
ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON: Mary A. Ralbovsky, 62, died May 8, 2005. She was born October 6, 1942 in Lynn, MA to Albert and Leonora Hayes. She was a native of Marblehead, MA. She is survived by her husband, William J. Ralbovsky; three daughters, Maria, Beth, and Aidan; three sons, Michael, Shane, and William; her mother; four sisters, Suzy, Linda, Terry, and Karen; two brothers, John and Glenn; and 20 grandchildren. Services were held at St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue. Arrangements were handled by Flintofts Funeral Home.

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REDINGER, Agnes
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Agnes Wisniewski Redinger died April 5, 2007. She was born October 6, 1912 to Andro Wisniewski and Amelia Herman Wisniewski. She retired from the Crescent Department Store, and also worked at the Palace Department Store, Block Shoes, Hughes Apparel and Alcoa Aluminum. She was a longtime member of St. John Vianney Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, William Redinger (Jo Anne Paul) of Las Vegas, NV; a daughter, Mary Ann Lamberti (Al) of Reno, NV; a sister, Dorothy Hurst of San Antonio, TX; and a granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her husband, Andreas N. "Andy" Redinger; and two sisters, Ann Adamsky and Clara Taylor. Services were held at at St. John Vianney Catholic Church. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery.

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REGER, Sister Anna Marie
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Sr. Anna Marie Reger, OP, died September 24, 2008. She was born Dorothy Agnes Reger on January 20, 1912 in Minneapolis, MN to John and Mary Anna Reger. She held a bachelor's degree in medical technology from the University of Minnesota, and was formerly a lab technician in Minnesota, Iowa, and North Dakota. She was also a hospital laboratory manager in San Diego, CA. She entered the Dominican Sisters of Speyer, Germany in Kettle Falls, WA in 1958. She served at Mount Carmel Hospital in Colville for over 40 years as a medical technician, health worker, lab worker, pastoral minister, and volunteer. She retired in 2002 to the Dominican Center in Spokane. She made rosaries and enjoyed playing the piano. She is survived by a nephew, Murray Reger of Vancouver, BC; her religious community; and her friends, especially Sr. Mary Esther Becker, OP. She was preceded in death by her parents; five brothers; and three sisters. Services were held at the Dominican Center. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey Smith Funeral Home.

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RINNE, Kristal
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: Kristal A. Rinne, 61, died April 22, 2009. She was born October 5, 1947 to George and Lorraine Eaton. She attended Portland Community College, and was a LPN. She formerly worked at Woodland Park Hospital, and also worked at the Fort Vancouver Library for 20 years. She enjoyed reading, cooking, the beach, and her dog, Cookie. She is survived by her husband, Donald; two daughters, Julie (Brian) Berry, and Jennifer Rinne; a sister, Laura Holcomb; her mother; 6 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were entrusted to Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home.

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ROE, Joshua
DEER PARK, WASHINGTON: Joshua Lee Roe, 7, died December 17, 1987. He was a second grade student at Deer Park Elementary School, and attended St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Spokane. Survivors include his mother, Caralee Sublie of Deer Park; his father, William J. Roe of Spokane; a sister, Amanda Renee Roe of Spokane; a brother, Jacob D. Sublie of Deer Park; his grandparents, Theodore and Anne Roe, and Karen and Wilbur Yates, all of Spokane, and Mr. Phipps of California; and his aunts and uncles. Services were held at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Lauer Funeral Home.

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ROSE, Sterling
YAKIMA, WASHINGTON: Sterling Axle Rose, 86, died December 1, 2005 at the Selah Convalescent Center in Yakima. He was born in 1919 in Tacoma. He worked as a machinist for Boeing for 27 years. He is survived by a stepdaughter; a stepson; and a brother, Bernard Rose of Federal Way. Arrangements were handled by Valley Hills Funeral Home and Crematory.

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RUTZ, Jean
SEQUIM, WASHINGTON: Jean O. Rutz, 80, died December 14, 2007. She was born November 8, 1927 to Edwin and Katherine Porter Pugh. She enjoyed flying, and was a member of the 99s International Women Pilots Organization. Survivors include her husband, Wallace Richard Rutz; two daughters, Margaret Jo Fleisher of Bremerton, and Dixie Lee Baar of Sequim; her sons, Dana Lee Rutz of Yakima, Wallace Lynn Rutz of Sequim, Richard Edwin Rutz of Texas, and Dean Allen Rutz of Colorado; a sister, Margaret Ridgway of Sequim; 19 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Sequim Valley Funeral Chapel.

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SAM, Harry
NESPELEM, WASHINGTON: Harry Sam, 55, died November 20, 1959. He was born in 1904. He was a logger with Biles-Coleman. He was survived by his wife, Christine James Sam; thee daughters, Angeline Sam, Isabelle Cleparty and Adeline Firdin; six sons, Russell, Raymond, Jerome, Sylvester, Alex and Eugene; his mother, Magdalene Covington; a brother, Edward Covington; three sisters, Rosie Wakwak, Pauline James and Eva Miller; and 5 grandchildren. Catholic services were held. Interment was at Sacred Heart Cemetery.

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SAMUELS, Crystal
PORT ORCHARD, WASHINGTON: Crystal C. Samuels, 96, died September 3, 2007. She was born April 23, 1911 to Ervin and Edith Coffman. She was a former assembler at General Motors in Anderson, IN, and was a member of the Eagles and the American Legion. She enjoyed quilting, sewing, canning, crafts, square dancing, and sulky horse racing. She is survived by two sisters, Dorothy Soloman and Helen Anderson; a daughter-in-law, Kay Baker; a granddaughter; 3 great-grandsons; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son, Leroy Baker; a grandson, Dale Baker; and a great-granddaughter, Alexandria Camacho. Arrangements were handled by Lewis Funeral Chapel.

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SCARINGI, Emidio
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Emidio "Moe" Scaringi died July 8, 2008. He was born in Muro Lucano, Italy on October 18, 1912 to Michele and Filomena Cezignale Scaringi. His family came to the U.S. in 1917. He was a retired taxi driver and a member of Teamsters Local #763. He was also a member of the Sportsmen Club, the Sons of Italy, and the Westside Italian Club. He enjoyed fishing. He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Katherine and Jack Langenegger; 2 grandchildren; a great-grandson; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Norene Mueller Scaringi; six siblings; and a nephew, Michael. Services were held at Our Lady of Mount Virgin Catholic Church. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery by Columbia Funeral Home.

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SCHROEDER, Lewis
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Lewis Schroeder, 83, died November 2, 1998. He was born in Yacolt, WA. He was a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He was a retired carman on the Western Fruit Express through Burlington Northern Railroad. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran, and had been stationed in Iceland during World War II. He was a member of the VFW, and several area senior centers. He is survived by a brother, Martin Schroeder of Oceanside, CA. Arrangements were handled by Ball and Dodd Funeral Home.

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SIMPSON, Lillie
KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON: Lillie Elnora Simpson, 98, died March 14, 1973. She was born in Forestville, MN. She had been a resident of the Tri-Cities area since 1937. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Spanish-American War Veterans Auxiliary. She is survived by a daughter, Claire (Herman) Chapman of Wilbur; a son, Lyle Simpson of Portland; 7 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Interment was at Desert Lawn Memorial Park by Greenlee Funeral Home.

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SISSON, Burton
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Burton Sisson, 91, died October 20, 1994. He was born in Palouse, WA. He was a retired clerk at Westinghouse Equipment Co., and was a 30-year member of Fourth Memorial Church. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Ethel Sisson. Interment was at Fairmount Memorial Park under the direction of Ball and Dodd Funeral Home.

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SMOKE, Bertha
ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON: Bertha A. Smoke, 94, died August 9, 1982 in Arlington. She was born March 1, 1888 in Goshen, IN. She was a member of the United Brethren Church. She had lived in Montana and North Dakota before coming to Arlington in 1919. Survivors include six sons, Leonard Smoke of Walla Walla, Loyal Smoke of Marysville, and Beryl, Cecil, Harley and Arthur Smoke, all of Arlington; three daughters, Nettie Bratland of Arlington, and Rudy Dagle and Ruth Wethrick, both of Everett; a sister, Dora Kemp of Everett; 24 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Smoke; and a son, Roland Smoke. Burial was at the Arlington Cemetery by Weller Funeral Home.

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SOLOMON, Rosa Belle
MILLVILLE, WASHINGTON: Rosa Belle Glenn Solomon died of smallpox on January 22, 1909. She was the wife of W.T. Solomon. Burial was private. Note: Her obituary appeared in the Colville Examiner on January 30, 1909.

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SOLOMON, William Thomas
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: William Thomas Solomon, 63, died January 18, 1929. He was survived by his wife, Louisa; three sons, William, Clarence, and Charles H.; and two daughters, Ola of Morton, WA, and Elora of San Francisco. Interment was at Greenwood under the direction of Smith and Co. Mortuary.

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SPARBER, Dale
OMAK, WASHINGTON: Dale Sparber, 70, died May 22, 2008. He was born September 26, 1937. He was the mayor of Omak for 6 years, and also served on the Omak City Council. He worked at Omak Wood Products for 22 years, and had also been a head saw filer in Montana and Idaho lumber mills. He is survived by his wife, Jill Sparber; and his children, Dennis Sparber of Spokane, Mark Sparber of Kennewick, and Susan Patterson of West Richland. Arrangements were handled by Precht-Harrison-Nearents Chapel.

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SPEAR, Minnie
PORT ORCHARD, WASHINGTON: Minnie Agnes Spear, 94, died November 25, 2003. She was born February 21, 1909 in Turton, SD to Albert A. and Anna Sandeen Getsgo. She was a retired LPN at the Naval Hospital in Bremerton, and worked with newborns in the nursery. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church of Port Orchard, and crocheted baby items for their mission program. She was married to Loren Spear. Survivors include a son, Ernest A. Spear (Roma) of Bremerton; three sisters, Mary Beltzner of Petaluma, CA, Ruby Smith (Bernie) of Portland, OR, and Verna Baker of Delevane, WI; a brother, Leo Getsgo (Dorothy) of Sturgis, SD; 8 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Lawrence Spear; a daughter, Evelyn Young; two sisters, Esther Bunnell and Laura Pelto; a brother, Walter Getsgo; and a granddaughter, Susan Spear. Services were held at the First Lutheran Church of Port Orchard. Interment was at Sunset Lane Memorial Park under the direction of Rill Chapel's Life Tribute Center.

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SUPERAK, William, Sr.
AUBURN, WASHINGTON: William Superak, Sr., 86, died December 28, 2005. He was born in Richeyville, PA on December 20, 1919. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, William C. and Treva Superak; his sisters, Irene, Denise, Joyce and Norma Jean; and a granddaughter. Arrangements were handled by Yahn and Son Funeral Home.

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TANABE, Yoshiko
TACOMA, WASHINGTON: Yoshiko Tanabe died December 15, 2005. She was born August 10, 1926. She was a member of the Buddhist Women's Association, the Tacoma Buddhist Temple, Himawarikai, and Saga Gorya Ikebana. Survivors include her children, Denise Cacciola, and Doug (Sarah Bray) Tanabe; a sister, Mitsuko Hamakami; a brother, Tommy Deguchi; and 3 grandchildren. Services were held at the Tacoma Buddhist Temple. Inurnment was at Sumner Cemetery under the direction of Gaffney Funeral Home.

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TATUM, Genella
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Genella Tatum passed away July 29, 2006. She was born March 1, 1947 to Walter L. Williams and Annie R. Williams. She is survived by a son, Gale Tatum; her mother; a brother, Willie Williams of Seattle; two sisters, Cathy Williams and Maggie James (Roosevelt), all of Seattle; her cousins; two nieces; three nephews; a grand-nephew; her extended family; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Scottie Tatum. Arrangements were entrusted to Bonney-Watson Funeral Home.

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TENNIS, Marie
KENMORE, WASHINGTON: Marie Tennis died December 4, 2008. She was born July 21, 1928. She was the mother of six children, Rachel Pugh, Marc Probst, Steve (Constance) Probst, Kristi (David) Dizard, Lisa (Mark) Ritter, and Rich Probst. She had 7 grandchildren. Arrangements were entrusted to Wiggen and Sons Funeral Home.

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TROHA, Marie
SEQUIM, WASHINGTON: Marie Troha, 89, died December 14, 2007. She was born September 20, 1918 to Charles and Hazel Blanset Dostal. She attended St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Stephen Troha; a sister, Lou Ellen Collins of Arizona; two nieces; and a nephew. Arrangements were entrusted to Sequim Valley Funeral Chapel.

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ULRICH, Margaret
PATEROS, WASHINGTON: Margaret A. Ulrich, 87, died November 19, 1960 at a Brewster hospital. She was born February 9, 1873 in Owensburg, KY. She had been a member of the Order of the Eastern Star in Kentucky. Survivors include a son, Edward Ulrich of Pateros; and 3 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Julius Ulrich. Services were held at the Methodist Church in Pateros. Interment was at the Pateros Cemetery.

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VAHSHOLTZ, Frieda
WASHOUGAL, WASHINGTON: Frieda Bertha Vahsholtz, 99, died June 17, 2005. She was born December 26, 1905. She was the oldest living member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, and enjoyed sewing, quilting, and playing cards. She is survived by three daughters, Shirley Hippe of Tacoma, Arlene Brumsickle of Kelso, and Norma Swan of Vancouver; three sons, Harold of Washougal, Duane of Vancouver, and Vernon of Ontario, OR; two sisters, Velma Denver and Florence White, both of Herington, KS; 13 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Vahsholtz; five brothers; and five sisters. Services were held at St. Matthew Lutheran Church. Interment was at Washougal Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Brown's Funeral Home.

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VALAURI, Fadra
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Fadra Tzetzo Valauri died March 20, 2010. She was born February 19, 1921 in Korce, Albania. She came to Buffalo, NY as a child. She was a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Buffalo in Economics, and helped manage the family business, Tzetzo Brothers Inc. in Buffalo. Later, she relocated to New York City, and then to Seattle. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth (Ivan); a son, John (Mary); a brother, Dimitri of Buffalo; and 3 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Christy Valauri; a brother, Perry; and a sister, Mary. Services were held at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. Arrangements were by Hoffner Fisher and Harvey Funeral Home.

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VENNER, Jeanne
EVERETT, WASHINGTON: Jeanne Doyle Venner, 71, died November 27, 2005. She was a watercolor artist. She was a graduate of Principia College in Elsah, IL, and pursued graduate studies at the Art Institute of Chicago. She was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Winnetka and Edmonds, and was a member of the Seattle Doll and Toy Club. She was an antique doll and bear enthusiast. She was a former resident of Kenilworth, IL for 34 years, and had been active with the Evanston Art Center. Survivors include her husband of 48 years, Allen; two daughters, Crystal Maine of Everett, and Elisabeth Bloem of Maple Grove, MN; and 2 grandchildren. A memorial service was held at Beck's Funeral Home Chapel.

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VIVANCO, Guadalupe
WAPATO, WASHINGTON: Guadalupe Vivanco, 77, died July 1, 2009. She was born in Jalisco, Mexico, and was a resident of Wapato for over 40 years. She worked in a cannery. She is survived by her husband, Jesus Vivanco; a son, Sergio Vivanco of Wapato; and 3 grandchildren. Services were held at Templo Jerusalem. Burial was at the Wapato Reservation Cemetery under the direction of Valley Hills Funeral Home.

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WALLIS, Darrell
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Darrell Gene Wallis, 70, died June 16, 2004. He was born November 16, 1933. He was a native of Anderson, MO. He attended Northeastern A&M College in Miami, OK, and Oklahoma State University. Surviving family members include his mother, Pearl Wallis of Anderson, MO; and a brother, Dale Wallis of Woodbridge, VA. He was preceded in death by his father, Earnest Wallis; and a brother, Robert Wallis. Interment was at New Bethel Cemetery in Anderson, MO with arrangements by Ozark Funeral Home.

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WATTS, Marjorie
KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON: Marjorie K. Watts passed away November 3, 2010. She was born November 14, 1937 in Kalispell, MT to Ambrose R. DeReche and Alice Frach DeReche. She was raised in Kennewick, WA by her mother and stepfather, Ralph "Jack" Wisher. She worked in the insurance industry writing bonds, and enjoyed cooking, crafts, writing, sewing, gardening, camping and traveling with her family. She was an avid genealogist. Survivors include two daughters, Cynthia and Lanny Hayes of Mesa, WA, and Kim and Larry Thomas of Ephrata; a son, Daniel and Shannon Welker of Richland; two sisters, Linda and Dean Johnson of Leavenworth, and Joanne and Neil Martin of Kennewick; two brothers, Ralph and Karen Wisher of Kalispell, MT, and Gary DeReche of Seattle; her grandchildren; her great-grandchildren; her nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert Watts; a son, Craig Welker; her parents, Ambrose R. DeReche and Alice Frach Wisher; her stepfather, Ralph Wisher; two grandsons, Christopher David Welker and Bradley James Welker; and her former husband, Donald E. Welker. Interment was at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

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WEIMER, James L.
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON: James Leonard Weimer, 86, died September 24, 2004. He was born October 9, 1917 in Grand Junction, CO. He was a railroad mechanic and beekeeper, and had resided in the Vancouver area for approximately 50 years. He was a veteran of World War II, and was a member and past president of the Washington State Beekeepers' Association. He is survived by four nieces, Geraldine Johnson of Portland, Lucy Anderson of Palos Verdes, CA, and Nancy Robb and Barbara Ramsey, both of Vancouver. Services were held at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Arrangements were handled by Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home.

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WENDLANDT, Doris
DAVENPORT, WASHINGTON: Doris Wendlandt, 69, died February 8, 2008. She was born October 10, 1038 to Benjamin and Elda Schrader Wendlandt. She is survived by her mother; her uncles and aunts; her cousins; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her father. Interment was at Reardan Cemetery under the direction of Strate Funeral Home.

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WENDLING, Beatrice
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON: Beatrice "Bea" Wendling, 91, died December 31, 2009. She was born May 4, 1918 to Bill and Callie Watkins. She retired from from J.C. Penney with over 25 years of service. She enjoyed playing the organ, traveling, sewing, embroidering, and crocheting. She was a volunteer at the Lewis County Daycare Center for Older Adults, and served on the social committee. She attended the First Baptist Church of Chehalis. She is survived by three children, Nita Bonagofski (Jack), Deena Bernhardt (Bill), and Duane Wendling (Shawn); a brother, Hubert Watkins; 6 grandchildren; and her great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Preston Wendling; a sister, Bessie Towner; and a brother, Homer Watkins. Services were held at the First Baptist Church of Chehalis. Interment was at Claquato Cemetery with arrangements by Brown Mortuary.

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WESTWOOD, Bessie
CHEWELAH, WASHINGTON: Bessie L. Westwood, 94, died February 26, 2005. She was born October 9, 1910. She was a longtime resident of Valley, WA. She was a member of the Camas Valley Grange, and the Sunset Senior Club at Ford. She attended Crossroads Community Church in Valley. She is survived by a son, Dan Edmonds of Valley; two sisters, Margaret Fuehrer of Bradshaw, NE, and Hester White of Clovis, CA, and 4 grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Thomas. Interment was at Woodland Cemetery under the direction of Schanzenbach Funeral Home.

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WHITFORD, David B., Sr.
RICHLAND, WASHINGTON: David Burson Whitford, Sr., 64, died March 28, 1978 in Richland, WA. He was born in Santa Ana, CA. He was a graduate of the University of California with a master's degree in civil engineering, and had also attended Santa Ana Junior College and Santa Ana High School. He was among the engineers who built the cone for the rocket that took astronaut John Glenn into space. After leaving Cape Canaveral, he moved to Richland, WA, where he was an engineering supervisor, designing and supervising the Washington Public Power Supply corporation. He was also a consultant to the AEC. During World War II, he was an officer in the Merchant Marine, and also served in the Naval Reserve as a Chief Petty Officer in the Seabees. Survivors include his wife, Ardith Whitford; a son, David Whitford, Jr.; two daughters, Beverley Holmes and Claudia Gonzales; three sisters, Viola Underwood, Viva Wickersheim, and Ruth Doerr, all of Orange County; a brother, Cliff Whitford of Santa Ana; and 7 grandchildren. Services were held at Waverley Church. Interment was at Fairhaven Memorial Park with arrangements by Fairhaven Memorial Park Mortuary.

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WHITISH, Etcyl R.
YAKIMA, WASHINGTON: Etcyl Roy Whitish, 75, died July 2, 2009. He was an electrician, remodeler and chef, and was a U.S. Navy veteran. He enjoyed music. Survivors include a daughter, Kimberly Whitish of Monroe; a son, Steven Whitish of Silverdale; a sister, Alice Dunn of Yakima; two brothers, Delbert Whitish and Harold Whitish, both of Yakima; and 2 grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Valley Hills Funeral Home.

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WILSON, Millie
CHEWELAH, WASHINGTON: Millie A. Wilson, 72, died December 30, 1990 in Spokane. She was born in Spokane, WA. She operated the Chewelah Parlor from 1949 to 1975, and was a member of the Valley Grange. She had lived in Chewelah since 1949. She is survived by 4 nieces; 4 nephews; and her friends. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth Wilson. Interment was at Marshall Cemetery under the direction of Schanzenbach Funeral Home. Note: One record gives her first name as Mildred and her date of birth as September 22, 1918.

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WILSON, Roy
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Roy A. Wilson, 77, died December 27, 1966 in Seattle. He was born December 27, 1889 near Hickory, PA to Robert S. and Margaret Irvine Wilson. Survivors include his wife, Mary Wilson; a daughter, Peggy Holmes of Seattle; a son, Paul Wilson of Seattle; 3 grandchildren; and a cousin, W. P. Wilson.

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WOGNILD, Hans
ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON: Hans R. Wognild, 72, died January 2, 1975. He was born May 10, 1901 in Florence. He retired from the U.S. Army. He was survived by a sister, Edna Schroyer of Kellogg, ID. Arrangements were handled by Weller Funeral Home.

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WOOD, Gisella
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON: Gisella L. Wood, 80, died March 30, 1981 at a local hospital. She was born July 7, 1900 in Italy. She owned Gisella's Italian Dinners, and was a member of the Altar Society at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Anthony M. of Spokane; two daughters, Darlene Green and Caroline Mangione, both of Spokane; three sisters; 14 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Merl Wood. Services were held at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home.

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WOODWORTH, Lyle
EVANS, WASHINGTON: Lyle Donnell "Woody" Woodworth, 79, died May 18, 2007. He was born April 2, 1928 to Alton and Barbara Donnell Woodworth. He was a logging truck driver and a U.S. Navy veteran. Family members include his wife, Betty McCormick Woodworth; a son; three daughters; and a sister, Ethel K. Decker. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother, Dewain Woodworth. Interment was at Bossburg Cemetery.

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WRIGHT, Martha
ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON: Martha Imogene Wright, 57, died August 10, 1982 in an Everett hospital. She was born June 19, 1925 in Springfield, MO. She was a former Snohomish resident prior to moving to Arlington 19 years ago. Survivors include her husband, Fred C. Wright, Sr.; her children, Lester Wright of Arlington, Mary Christina Wright and Fred C. Wright, Jr., both of Snohomish; and Beth Howes of the Philippines; two brothers; three sisters; and 4 grandchildren. Interment was at the Arlington Cemetery.

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ZITTEL, Judith
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON: Judith Wilhelmena Zittel, 92, died September 13, 2009. She was born February 10, 1917 to Renold and Bertha Willing Hansen. She and her husband operated Zittel's Marina. She enjoyed crocheting, ceramics, painting, and gardening. Survivors include a son, Michael Zittel of Olympia; a daughter, Janice Kramer of Olympia; 11 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. She was married to Aloysius "Al" Zittel. She was preceded in death by two children, Barbara McCaslin and her unborn daughter, and David Zittel; her parents; two grandchildren, Terrance Kramer and Brett Zittel; and a great-granddaughter, Julie Ann Fristoe. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery in Tumwater with arrangements by Funeral Alternatives of Washington.

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