We love you, dad. She is survived by her three sons, Bill (Shari) Stewart, of Lewiston, Mike (Barbara) Stewart, of Moscow, and Scott (Nan) Stewart, of Red Bluff, CA; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. It was while they were working in Montana that he met his first wife, Deanna. In 2019, she moved to Fraser where she lived at the time of her death. Two more children, Brad Arthur and Lori Ann, joined the family. Later the next summer, she returned to NICH. See puppy pictures, health information and reviews. John was born Nov. 25, 1933, in Spokane, WA. She wanted to contribute to life-saving research and education. He is survived by his children and stepchildren, Cy, Creta, Corlene, Christy, Cynthia, John Reichelt, Roger Anderson and Carol Stickens; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He enjoyed capturing vacation moments and travels on camera and recounting details of past adventures with his wife and family; so long as it was him behind the camera, not in front of the camera. Hall, Potlatch and Diamond Match. Ben Lawers, a mountain in Perthshire, 3984 ft. high, on the W. of Loch Tay. He retired in 1993 and enjoyed gardening at his Clarkston home, travel, genealogy and family. In the early 2000s when many her age were considering retirement, she started a new venture, opening Carol's Deli. Levi lived a fulfilling life in which he accomplished many great and wonderful things for the people. Evelyn continued to operate the café until 2000 when she sold it and moved to Orofino, where she resided until her passing. Lill and her husband moved to Clarkston, WA, and built a new home in 2003. In 1964, they welcomed their first daughter, Karla. He was born July 4, 1949, to Hilmer and Annetta (Griess) Roseberg in Wahoo, NE. Nona is survived by her husband, Richard, daughter, Barbara Worley (Mark); grandsons, Josh Nelson (Meg) and Kody Worley (Emily); five great grandchildren, Caitlin, Jacob and Zoe' Nelson, Abel and Laina Worley: sister, Una Crump and brother, Lynn Crump, many nieces and nephews and good friends. She married builder Robert Klein-Schoorel in 1947. Christine A. Mar 19, 2019 - 26 â€“ Atjazz, N'dinga Gaba, Sahffi â€“ Summer Breeze (Atjazz Main Mix) 6:30 / 125bpm. She also participated in all school activities, including four years as a Wildcat cheerleader. At the age of 89, he met his Pancreatic Cancer diagnosis by doing sit-ups and pushups in the park with a vow to beat the Cancer. Jack was always protective of his girls. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either of the below organizations: Inland Northwest Bernese Mountain Dog Club Rescue C/O Deb Bammel POB 50241 Boise, Idaho 83705; Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America Rescue and Rehome C/O Pam Weir1109 Northwood Dr., Anderson, IN 46011. His sister, Mary Lee Oldham followed. He passed away at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston surrounded by his family. Soon after, Potlatch Corp. in Headquarters shut down and they moved back to Lewiston to raise their family. They eventually ended up in the Seattle area where Marge worked in various caregiver jobs. Selling because we are moving. He started as the smallest and grew to be the biggest of the brothers. He bravely and valiantly beat it and was cancer free for 10 years. It provides a blog engine and a framework for Web application development. His only flaw was that he was human. In 1990, she was named an ambassador to Russia by the Center and was part of a group of arts professionals who toured that nation on the Center's behalf. Your outpouring of sympathy and concern will never be forgotten. Date and time to be announced. He worked on many large projects in the area, including Dworshak, Little Goose and Lower Granite Dams, Expo 74, the Southway Bridge and many others. They owned Rexall drugstore in Kendrick for many years. During the years in Orofino, Oliver worked for the state forestry service. She was then transferred to South Korea where she was also one of the first women MPs. Please sign the online guestbook at merchantfuneralhome.com. At 14, he began driving truck and working for farmers in Tammany and the green pea harvest. Charles's job entailed sitting with and monitoring patients who for different reasons could not be left alone, and he did an amazing job. She was happy to help and be anyone's friend. Marvel will be lovingly remembered by her 10 children: Gregory (Pamela) Muhonen, of Loveland, CO, Michael (Linda) Muhonen, of Corona Del Mar, CA, Christian (Wendy) Muhonen of Pocatello, ID, Anna Vaughn of Loveland, Tamara (Mark) Shimozono, of Blacksburg, VA, Stephen (Jennifer) Muhonen of Chubbuck, ID, Timothy (Heather) Muhonen of Eagle Point, Oregon, Martina (Michael) DelleDonne of Bolton, ON, Canada, Rachael (Ken) Franklin of Aliso Viejo, CA, and Serena Occhino of Odenton, MD; and by her sister, Louise Beavert, of Clark-ston, WA. Services will be announced at a later date. The family wishes to thank the caring staff of Encompass Home Health for their efforts in making Jack comfortable at home. Gene was born at Tri-state Hospital on Aug. 8, 1950 to Hjalmer and Myrtle (Wilson) Johnson. Marlene could be frequently seen darting around town in her blue Volkswagen convertible. Thank you to the staff at Lewiston Transitional Care of Cascadia. There wasn't anything he wouldn't do for you. He was a twin brother to Daniel, who died in utero at 24 weeks. Please sign the online guestbook at. The dam was a massive job and Rex was one of the first people hired on and one of the last to leave. Bill had radio contacts with friends around the globe and with the space shuttle. Gerrie married Floyd W. Harvey in 1994. CLEARWATER-- William D. Jacks passed away Aug. 29, 2020 unexpectedly while hauling hay. They made an annual trip to Kennewick, where they were judges for the Cowboy Poetry competition. He returned to teaching in Lewiston until his retirement in 1992. He attended LCSC (Lewis-Clark State College) in Lewiston for a time. He recently moved to an assisted living facility. They also volunteered together at Meals on Wheels, Salvation Army soup kitchen, Sons of Norway benevolent projects and Habitat for Humanity. To be collected in Lamentin. That adventure led to the family staying in Idaho and Mom teaching first at Pierce High School, then Lewis-Clark State College. Her passion for reading led to her membership on the Lewiston City Library Board that sparked the approval and construction of the new library and her delivery of library books to the homebound until physical infirmities intervened. They welcomed their first son, Lonnie, while stationed in Lompoc, CA. In fact, together with Petco and our community partners, we help find homes for thousands of dogs, cats, and rabbits and other pets every week. Newsletter sign up. He could make the nurses laugh and turn a negative into a positive. For many years, they lived in St. Maries and then Elk River, where he worked in the woods. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Evelyn to: the TLC (Tammy L. Clark) Foundation, c/o Jessica O'Shaughnessy, 1106 Alder Ave., Lewiston, ID 83501 or the Clearwater Memorial Public Library Foundation, CMPL Foundation Inc., 139 High Country Ln., Ahsahka, ID, 83520. After that brief stint in the kitchen, he moved on to a career as a corrections officer for the Idaho Department of Correction in Lewiston. Salga de la cara de orno ategory wie, salga de orno ategory wie bubble, que apareció a mitad de camino en una imagen del libro de ensayos, así como la actriz pakistaní eena alik, ennah afez p witter escribe que la idea con las iniciales era suya, así que míranos, él ha escrito alguna vez, a una ama le encanta la … She was confirmed at Cameron Emmanuel Lutheran Church in 1937 and attended school in Leland and Southwick, graduating in Southwick High School's class of 1942. Send condolences to the family to Blackmerfuneralhome.com. His hobbies included woodworking, fishing, bowling, baking (especially bread), and model airplanes and ships. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday. Preceding her in death was her grandmother, Phylis Wagner. She aspired to live and teach determination, perseverance, faith, hope, and forgiveness.? Most brought back empty containers to him begging for more. Whether you played duplicate or party bridge with her, you soon came to appreciate her card smarts and competitive spirit. Bill loved cruising and sightseeing. She was one of eight children of George and Rosetta (Smith) Scott, born on April 14, 1933, in Williamsburg, MA. The family would like to thank Dr. McIntosh and his team, as well as the staff at Life Care for the love, respect and dignity they showed our husband/father in his final years. Mike took his supervising skills back home, where he worked as a cook and night manager at T.J.'s Pantry in Clarkston, WA, and then later as a cook at Panhandler Pies in Lewiston. She attended grade school and high school at St. Gertrude's Academy, living as a boarder part time, graduating in 1944. The family moved to Lewiston in 1969, but continued to return to Dworshak and the North Fork for fishing and camping. Darvin Elroy Larson, 83, passed away peacefully Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, at his daughter's home in Clarkston, WA. His warm and friendly nature and gift of gab were his trademarks. Send condolences to the family to Blackmerfuneralhome.com. Tyler graduated with his welding certification from Lewis-Clark State College in May 2020. "Let bygones be bygones," she often said. Us kids had a lot of fun there learning how to farm, ranch and even did some logging. He was born May 23, 1940 to Lloyd and Marie Jacks at Winchester, ID. A celebration of life in Lewiston will be held in the spring of 2021. Later he became a member of the Moose Lodge. Oliver and Blanche pastored in Big Sandy, MT, from 1953-56. He had an amazing life. Oliver suffered a severe heart attack as this transition was occurring, requiring bypass surgery. He married his high school sweetheart, Dolores Mae Trott, Aug. 14, 1954, in Coeur d'Alene. DE DEL MAR 35 MINUTES FROM ALICANTE AIRPORT, CHALET AND HOUSES WITH LAND BETWEEN MURCIA AND ALICANTE ALL OF DIFFERENT PRICES AND VERY GOOD CHARACTERISTICS ZONES GOOD VIEWS AND CLOSE TO ALL SERVICES ALL SALE VIEWED BY LAWYER, Extendable dining table in glass 180 → 240 x 100 x 75 cm In excellent condition. Our family is very thankful for the love and support our community has shown us throughout these past four years. In support of Kay's lifelong dedication to education, memorial donations may be sent to Lewiston Independent Foundation for Education (L.I.F.E.). They became family and Rex was honored when Lonnie and Shannon gave their son, Evan, his middle name to honor him. His precious "Little Girl" and beloved "Sonny" were the most important people in his life. Ron belonged to Faith Lutheran Church, Three Lakes Golf Club, Wenatchee Gun Club, and was a member of the Purple Garters, Job's Daughters. Besides teaching, she was also an artist and did art in 32 different mediums such as oils, acrylics, pen and ink, tatting, dolls, spinning, dying wool with plants, weaving, drawing, fabric, yarn, and many more. She attended Meier Grade School through the fifth grade; she then went to Reubens High School, where she graduated in 1950. A big hug always awaited any visitor. This earned him the nickname "Hap," short for happy, from his Theta Chi fraternity brothers. Hilda was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, Richard, her husband, Robert and her daughter, Gail. You are at the right place! After high school, she attended Kinman Business University in Spokane, WA, graduating in 1951. Marvel was an Idaho woman through and through.? He then began his 41-year career with Potlatch Forest Inc. in 1959 as a camp clerk at Camp-X on the North Fork of the Clearwater. They breathed life into each other and had a beautiful journey. He and partners also licensed a three-megawatt hydroelectric plant on Orofino Creek through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and assisted with road construction on a 40-megawatt energy plant in Modesto, CA. Levi loved their annual trek to Colorado and spending time with the family. She had very good care by the owner Lisa Nice, many thanks to Lisa. One of her favorite activities was spending time camping with her family on the North Fork of the Clearwater River. He remained lifelong friends with many of his classmates. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Dick, at their family home; her children, Roxie (Brad) Grimm, of Lenore, Duane (Tracie) Ostman, of Sedro Woolley, WA, and Jeanette (Gary) Burnham, of Boise; daughter-in-law Marie Stokes, of Orofino; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters Alice and Sue and brothers Doyle, Ron, Hal and Lee; along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and other loving family members. Oliver was the last family survivor of his generation except one cousin, Robert Matheson. Being raised with a strong work ethic, Bob went to school in Lewiston and then served in the Army. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved elk hunting and fishing. Rosie was Jack's baby girl. Some people have the chance to fight their cancer; unfortunately, she didn't have that option as it came to her fast and furious. She maintained a large vegetable garden and orchard, sharing the produce with many. 459 likes. He served in the Korean War and Vietnam War, as well as serving in other countries. (Except, when Rex said it, there would be a string of swear words instead of an exclamation point.). Our loving dad, husband, grandpa and friend, Earl Wayne Cox, passed Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020, at his home in Lewiston. Barbra J. Cuddy, 89, a lifelong resident of Kendrick, passed away Friday, Nov. 27, 2020, at Royal Plaza in Lewiston. Tom worked for the US Forest Service and the family lived at both the Fortine Ranger Station and the Yaak Ranger Station. They also operated other restaurants and motels together before settling in Orofino, Idaho to work at Konkoville Motel for many years. Ron was preceded in death by his father and mother, Clair and Elinor Kerby; and one brother, Charles Dean Kerby. She passed away in 2017. She is also survived by eight grandchildren, Sarah (Rich) Schaefer, Evan (Marni) Yeoman, Abby (Andy) Pottenger, Clayton (Morgan) Johnson, Benjamin Johnson, Jacob (Katie) Johnson, Justin (Rachel) Edwards and Anna (James) Gray; also by great-grandchildren Janie Schaefer, Max (Cheyenne) Schaefer, Paige (Marvin) Leister, Faith Yeoman, Morgan Fields, Ethan Yeoman, Oliver Johnson, Adelynn Gray, Nathan Gray, Samantha Edwards, Adam Edwards, Elijah Edwards, Alexander Edwards, Griffin Pottenger, Nash Pottenger and Lennox Pottenger; and by her great-great-grandchildren, Colt Earl and Ryker Schaefer. She treated all faiths as equal and was comfortable in attending all services. Skyler L. Kelso, of Weippe, Idaho, was born July 31, 1996. Following his divorce, he spent several years in California and Oregon before settling in north central Idaho. Barbara Fitzsimmons, 88, of Orofino, died Friday, July 10, 2020, at Prestige Care and Rehabilitation - The Orchards in Lewiston. On Monday, March 2, 2020, we as a family said goodbye to our beloved husband of Trixie; dad to Josh, Kelly, Olivia, Jarrod and Emma Jo; and the best papa to Braylon, Heston and Penelope Ann. Edith was very involved with the Cavendish Methodist Church, where she was Sunday School and Bible School teacher among many other duties. Eva's mother, Bernice survived and was nursed back to health. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Mason was kind-hearted and always willing to help strays, be it animal or human. Lillie and Gordon married in 1945 and made their home in Weippe where they raised two daughters and a son together. Jean graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1948. Selling as we are moving. Because of COVID-19 restrictions and Chuck's desire to keep others healthy, a small family graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Riverside Cemetery in Orofino. He also spent much of his time with nephews and nieces, inspiring them and guiding them with his unique wisdom. Mason played nearly any instrument he touched and he played them amazingly well. Through the end of her days, Marvel spent her time finding ways to help those she loved, and with her last breath praised the Lord in all things. John was a man of many outdoor adventures, from rafting, hang gliding, paragliding and camping with the family at the North Fork in June for the annual Thompson Campout. He was 84. Diana wishes to spend eternity up in the mountains where she used to camp, so her ashes will be spread at a later date. She enjoyed quilting, which her daughter, Lynn; and granddaughter, Tonia; picked up from her. A viewing will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 26, 920 21st Ave., Lewiston. Growing up, Marvel shared a special bond with her nearby grandparents and cousins. Kathy was the editor of the high school newsletter, editor of the annual and instrumental in organizing class reunions that are held every five years. Marlene baked thousands of cookies during those years to provide treats to all of her drop-in visitors. The Crane Creek farm was remote so they stayed in their home in Weiser during the school year while her Dad stayed on the ranch. Their mutual love of dancing sealed the deal, and they were married in October 1967, forming a blended family of seven with the addition of Della's four children. Mary and her dear husband, Don, very much enjoyed traveling together. He graduated from Boise High School and joined the U.S. Army, where he served honorably. In 1995, he married Cheryl Leding and gained two more daughters. Knowing other children were being helped would make her most happy. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Richard Shope. Some of his students affectionally nicknamed Mr. Kerby, Fozzy Bear, which stuck with him for years. One highlight in her life was a trip to Seoul, South Korea, to visit her granddaughter. Mason was a 2018 graduate from Orofino High School. They had three children. Sue and Don settled in Jackson Hole, WY, in 1960. Bob has been laid to rest in the Normal Hill Cemetery in the Knutson plot. Eventually, I rode on the back with him all over the country. Don will be deeply missed by his wife, Cheryl; sisters, Shannon Siegel and Sherry (Glenn) Johnson; children, Jaqueline (Lyle) Brownsberger, Donald "Dee" (Renee) Knight, Fonda Knight and Anthony Knight; stepdaughters, Tereasa (Cary) Edmonson and Melissa (Tim) Lacour; 9 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and his many friends. He lived the last 20+ years in Grangeville and considered it home. STUDIO,25m2, shower and toilets private. After the closure of the Deli, she entered "retirement" where she continued to work odd jobs, including working at A&B Foods, Walmart and volunteering to cook at the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Even though he enjoyed teaching, he still had a desire to be part of the Marine Corps and serve his country. Lena and Lyle later divorced, in 1972. He attended high schools at Livingston, CA, and Forest Grove, OR, where he graduated in 1954. She leaves behind her companion, Bill Carlson, and many lifelong friends. Bessie 'Greene' Scott, 87, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, at her home in Lapwai. He loved to watch shows. Not one to argue with his mother, he reported for work, realizing only after receiving his first paycheck of $51 per week that he hadn't asked about his pay. The area was ideal for Bob to pursue his love of hunting, fishing and camping. In 1975, he purchased his first log truck and added more trucks over the years, forming Cox Trucking. She was involved in a variety of community events and organizations. On the morning of Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020, Traci Shane Tolle, 56, of Fraser, was welcomed to heaven into the loving arms of her parents and dear ones who left before her. John and Dolores had two children, Arlene Mae Dahl, born March 26, 1956, and Michael John Dahl, born May 19, 1958. He has fought and won so many medical obstacles thrown his way since his 1978 logging accident. Darlene Marie Newland, 80, of Roseburg, OR, passed away Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020. Family contact: Milton Patterson, 515 Linden Ave., Lewiston, ID 83501. You might also have known her as a Red Hat Lady, Bunco player or active member of the Unity Church. They were haying and raising cattle. Everyone is welcome to a visitation at Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise, on Thursday January 14, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 8 pm. He loved classical music, especially operas. He and his friend, George Rauch, started a riding group called the "Buzzards." In May 1977, she married William H. Schmadeka, who survives her at the family home. Their brother, Nick, was never far behind driving their support vehicle. He would take the time to visit commercial cooking stores to look for high quality cooking equipment. He was a hard-working family man with a huge circle of friends and he never met a stranger. Marge was born June 18, 1938 in Willow, OK, to George and Lillian Reedy. They were happily married for 63 years. Margie loved her life on the farm. In 1949, Eva and her brother Joe were adopted into the Jack and Inis Giles family in Stites, Idaho. Her children, Stephanie Lee Hennigan and Thomas Anthony Hennigan, along with their spouses, children and grandchildren, will long hold fond memories of our beloved mother. He remained in Lewiston until 2 years of age when the family moved to Elk City, where he was raised by his maternal grandparents. There will be a celebration of Charles's life from 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan 13, on his birthday, at Wawawai County Park campground, where people can be outdoors and observe social distancing. They were blessed with two amazing daughters that he was so proud of, Taylor and Courtney. Tyler had a soft spot for so many youngsters. While working for farmers in the Nezperce area, he met the love of his life, Edith Mae Farmer. You may submit condolences to the family to, Malcom's Brower-Wann Funeral Home of Lewiston is in charge of arrangements. He was preceded in death by his wife, Linda Brooks; parents Len and Marie Brooks; and son Leonard Jay Brooks. Zada leaves behind her sons Ken (Dena) Jones, Dave (Keri) Jones and Patrick Woodruff. Bessie was proud to be known as hiyúumyanmay, meaning "Grizzly Bear Woman.". Rumor has it that as long as he and his friends played, the drinks continued to line the bar. They moved to Arizona with their two youngest children in 1994. She had battled health issues for many years and had always overcome adversity; this last sudden setback was one she just couldn't physically defeat. Each doll seemed to take on a distinct personality. At the time, she was the secretary of the Orofino Motorcycle Club and Clearwater Valley Racing Association. Harvey was born June 8, 1937, in Morrowtown, Idaho, the son of Everett and Lucy Kole Leachman. Together they moved to Lewiston and had one son, Patrick. Join us in a celebration of Nicole's life at 11 a.m. Sept. 26, at the VFW Hall in Kendrick. Marvel dedicated her life to raising children and helping the disadvantaged. Kathy's hospitality was enjoyed by numerous visiting missionaries, musicians and college performers whom she welcomed into her home. Rene left for a great fishing trip in the eternal waters on Sunday, April 5, 2020, at that time of day when the fish are just beginning to bite. A potluck meal will follow the service at the Clearwater IOOF Hall. Herbert was born July 1932 in Cottonwood to Joeseph Sarbacher and Gertrude Sonnen. She brought four children into the marriage; whom Len dearly loved. After high school, Hilda spent a year with relatives in Wilmington, CA, and worked at Woolworth's. He was born March 8, 1951 in Burns, OR, the son of James Dale and Jeanine Marie (LaDoux) Fowler. Edra was preceded in death by her parents; two siblings, Aloha Nelson Atkins and George Schmidt; her husband, Bill; two sons, Richard and Larry Benson; and a grandson. Jack and Inis helped Eva pursue her dream of becoming a nurse. She has four grandkids; seven great-grandkids and two great-great-grandkids. Memorials may be given to the Orchards United Methodist Church; or to a charity of your choice. Barbra was born April 27, 1931, in Southwick to Commodore and Clara Perry. He is survived by his wife of 74 years, Pat; as well as sons, Lonnie and Tom (Dana) and daughters, Sherry (Ray) Domaskin and Sandy (Mike) Andrews. On Christmas night, Dec. 25, 2020, at around 10:15 p.m., our precious, amazing son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin and friend Charles Edmund Shively left this Earth by suicide. When he died his Cancer was not the cause. She always had a love for food and was never shy if she didn't like it. He met Judy Cridlebaugh through some good friends - lucky day for both of them. After his retirement, Bill and Judy managed the Bottoms Up Tavern in Juliaetta from 1980-85. He enjoyed his work and respected and liked his fellow board members greatly. She had a passion for singing and playing the piano and was a member of the Duluth Symphony Chorus. Phyllis was a member of the First Christian Church of Grangeville where she was very active in many roles over the years including event coordinator, Sunday school, youth groups, participated in the prayer line and scheduled greeters until she was 99 years old. HOUSES AND VILLA IN SPAIN ORIHUELA (ALICANTE) ALL OF DIFFERENT PRICES AND CHARACTERISTICS TO 20 MINUTES APPROX. She was born Nov. 29, 1932, to Lester and Laura Van Cleave, of Clarkston, WA, where she lived until marrying Everett C. Madson in 1948. >Mary, better known as Kathy, was born to William Verner Benson and Lillie Marie Penley Benson on Oct. 1, 1930, in Boone, N.C. Barbara May (Sifton) Fitzsimmons was born June 5, 1932 to Forest and Luella Sifton in Emmett, Idaho. Len and Millie had one child together during their marriage. She is survived by sons, Eugene (Sharon), of Lewiston, Phillip, of Sandpoint, and Stephen (Pat), of Sandpoint; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Memorial donations may be made in Mike's name to the Idaho State Veterans Home, 821 21st Ave., Lewiston. They joined a Good Sam Club and made many new friends while traveling all over the West, Canada and Mexico. She married Ronald "Dude" Jones of Bear Ridge in Kendrick at age 16. Marjie's spunk culminated in a set-to with a magistrate judge about whether a young boy would go to the Juvenile Corrections Facility or remain under her jurisdiction. He married Virginia Marie Carpenter and they had four children together. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents; step-father, Leo Ellis; sisters, Jean Daniels and Betty Kissler; brother, Robert "Herb" Profitt; and granddaughter, Alyssa Owen. In the 1990s, Sue began to embrace her Jewish heritage singing with Temple Israel, Duluth choir in conjunction with her Episcopal faith. We will miss his infectious smile, sense of humor and the love he shared. Though the dread of a returning cancer occupied the back story of much of his life, Rex was not outwardly defined by it. She was born June 23, 1930 in Pocatello, Idaho to James and Berniece (Lamb) Barnish. As an educator, she was a member of LEA (Lewiston Education Association), I(Idaho)EA and N(National)EA. He spoke honorably of his siblings, and always shared stories of their accomplishments. He was instrumental in starting the farmers market in Orofino and later helped with the farmers market in Lewiston. They divorced, and she married Pat Woodruff on July 28, 1957. in agriculture) in 1956. Last summer, he bought a welded-aluminum fish-slaying machine and outfitted his new boat to fish any waters between the Pacific Ocean and the Clearwater River. Hilda W. Frei Nuttman, 93 of Cottonwood, ID passed away Saturday, May 2, 2020 at Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur D'Alene. If you've never heard of Rene before reading this obituary, his name rhymes with Gene, or bean, or Dean. Her first teaching position was in Washtucna, WA. She was preceded in death by her son, Rodney Marshall; her parents, Chas W. and Ione (Micky) Stacy; and a brother, Leland Stacy. At the side of his big brother, Alex, whom he idolized, Gavin was the energized sidekick always up for the next adventure with his big brother. Mountain View Funeral Home of Lewiston is in charge of arrangements. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Bud and Florence Peters; father, Dick Clark; nephew, Ricky Clark; and this past October, she lost her grandson, Malcolm Thorson, to cancer as well. He was proud of his family and never missed his grandchildren's sporting events or school functions, even if it meant long road trips. 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