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He was Clint was born to Lee and Elsie Reese on Feb. Clint worked for Potlatch Corp. He is best known for his plus years as an auctioneer in central Idaho. InClint married Dorothy Thomas and had one son, Steven. The marriage ended in divorce. InClint married Priscilla Reynolds. Together they had one daughter, Lori. The marriage ended in divorce in They remained married until Betty's death in Clint was preceded in death by his son, Steve, and his wife, Betty Jo.
He is survived by his daughter, Lori, and seven stepchildren. No service is planned at this time. A private burial will take place in Kamiah at a later date. Rick Jay Ausman passed away peacefully Tuesday, July 13,at home after a courageous battle against cancer. Rick was born to Gary and Yvonne Ausman Sept. He had two brothers and a sister.
The family Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) many years in Pierce where the kids grew up. Rick always considered Pierce his true home and loved being in the woods, hunting, fishing and riding his four-wheeler. He married his high school sweetheart, Audrey Crawford, shortly after graduating from Timberline High School in They were blessed with two children, Joshua and Rickelle.
Rick and Audrey made their home in Pierce for several years with a few stops in between and later moved to Lewiston where they lived until Audrey passed away Feb. You can take a boy out of the country, but you can't take the country out of a boy, so the family spent any free time they had camping, hunting and enjoying outdoor adventures in the area surrounding Pierce, a place they loved with all their hearts. He worked at their mill in Pierce and then transferred to Lewiston when the mill in Pierce closed down.
He retired from the mill in after 34 years of service. Rick had a strong belief in God and country and demonstrated this by serving in the National Guard from until his discharge in He loved to tell stories about his time spent serving his country and honestly, I don't think they were quite prepared for that backwoods boy from Idaho.
Rick and Deb resided in Clarkston, WA, but the need to be in Pierce and Idaho was as strong as ever for him, and in they purchased a vacation home there and spent many years entertaining family and friends in their home away from home. The motto was always "What happens at the cabin, stays at the cabin. Giving came easily to Rick, and if someone was in need, he was always there to lend a hand or a shoulder to cry on, though "suck it up buttercup" was often the advice he dished out.
Much of his spare time was spent teaching friends, family or even casual acquaintances to hunt and fish and making sure they had the opportunity to fill a tag. He loved leading his friends and family on four-wheeler rides through the woods he knew so well, instilling in them as much of his knowledge of the area as he could. He is survived by many nieces and nephews and friends too numerous to list. Know that each of you held a special place in his heart.
A celebration of life will take place at 11 a. Raymond Neal Flowers, "Neal" was born Sept. Neal passed away Tuesday, July 13,in Clarkston. As a youngster, Neal attended numerous grade schools approximately 20 in and around New Mexico and Arizona. Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) then attended high school in Silver City, NM. He graduated from college in with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. Shortly after college graduation, Neal worked for the U.
S Forest Service, but was quickly called to active duty in the U. As he transitioned from college to work and active duty, he and Peggy were married May 25, Neal and Peggy shared just over 64 years of marriage.
Upon completion of active duty, Neal resumed practicing his trade as a civil engineer. He first worked for New Mexico and Arizona highway departments in bridge and highway design, and inwent to work for the Army Corps of Engineers. Neal subsequently returned to the U. Forest Service in and served with them until retirement on the Clearwater National Forest in Orofino in As retirement would not have fit his persona, Neal went to work as the Nez Perce County engineer until and continued to assist and consult with the county and local agencies until December In addition to his wife and family, Neal's passion was working!
He was always the first to pick up a shovel or jump on a tractor and get 'er done. Over the past year, Neal fought a courageous battle against the demon pancreatic cancer. Kathryn A. Tacke, a uniquely gifted and generous woman, died suddenly of natural causes in the early morning hours of Friday, July 2,at her home in Lewiston. As the first of three daughters of Major R.
Traveling was part of her early life and family trips were central to her happiest childhood memories. From her earliest memories to the last day of her life, Kathryn loved books. She was a voracious learner. She read history, philosophy, mythology, anthropology and more. She treasured any good, well written or produced story, fiction or nonfiction. Although Kathryn lived simply, her material indulgence was her collection of books, movies and music. To her family and friends, Kathryn was known as Kay or KayT.
She preferred KayT, combining her nickname and the first letter of her last name. From preschool through adolescence, KayT was the director of play. Although "playing" house was acceptable, Greek gods and goddesses and other characters from her books were of much more interest.
Stages could be under the tree in the backyard, a makeshift room built with chairs and blankets, the top bunk of the bunkbed, a camp tent or sleeping bag, the large rocks in the river, or certain corners in a swimming pool.
KayT occasionally and Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) scripted plays and puppet shows for her two sisters, cousins and friends. Learning to swim at the age of three, she especially loved water play. In her later years, she instigated hours and hours of dancing in the family basement with cousins and friends with fire pokers as makeshift microphones. In Cottonwood, Kathryn attended St.
Gertrude's Academy before the school consolidated with Prairie High School. Her most gratifying classes were upper division math. It was not unusual for her to occasionally play hooky and walk up the hill behind the Monastery of St.
Gertrude and hang out. She loved the view and repeatedly shared that she often broke into song. InKathryn graduated from Prairie High School. She was a National Merit Scholar. Kathryn graduated summa cum laude from the University of Idaho in with a Bachelor of Arts in history, economics and political science and a Master of Science in Economics in Kathryn briefly worked for an insurance company in Phoenix. One of the happiest periods of her life is the time she spent in Washington, DC.
Kathryn had friends to share experiences, museums to explore, places to see, theater and music to enjoy and history to absorb. She especially reveled in her work as a tour guide of the U. Capitol when Idaho residents came to visit. Untilshe served the five most northern Idaho counties from the Coeur d'Alene office. Highly respected in her field, Kathryn provided honest and accurate economic data to industry, education, local and state government and nonprofit organizations.
She knew how to relate and communicate complicated data information. She used her love of story to share information so that the reader could understand and use it. Many successful grants were dependent on information Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) Kathryn provided. She cherished her relationships with other Idaho economists and was often called on to teach methods and process.
All through her life, KayT was loved by her cousins, nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. She frequently offered her time to care for them. When her youngest nephew was born, Kathryn was present for his birth. Books, movies, interesting toys, math, logic games, play acts and storytelling were more important than keeping the house picked up.
The generational costume trunks were of special delight. As her nieces and nephews matured, her knowledge was shared through numerous and frequent thoughtful conversations and slap down games of Trivial Pursuit. Her more recent teaching curriculum to smaller family members was math, through the use of money and dice played on the top of the seat of her walker. Kathryn wanted to make sure her family was not afraid of math. In the last few months, she recorded a family history on cooking and the use of different spices.
It included her favorite memories associated with food and a focus on what she learned from her mother. In the final weeks, Kathryn made notes for an elaborately scripted party to celebrate history and family. She had a deep love of learning, freedom and compassion. She was proud of women's rights and the women that struggled for it. In the last week of her life, she insisted that the family celebrate Juneteenth.
For her, it was a special commemoration of freedom for everyone. It was also a hopeful sign that the U. Congress could work collectively to pass legislation. Kathryn was generous. She was very sensitive to people's needs. She frequently gave personal cards and gifts. Books were her "go-to" gift. During the Iraq War, she donated hours of time and much money to veteran families in Coeur d'Alene. She appreciated every way people served her, including her family, her bus driver, her taxi driver, her dentist, and more.
Along with bright and gifted, she was most frequently described as kind. After Kathryn died, her family found printed sheets of Latin conjugations that she had been studying under her bed, an open novel next to where she slept and a book on applied regression analysis on the table next to her chair.
She was indeed a lifelong learner. Kathryn was preceded in death by her father in and her mother in A private graveside service will be held at the Cottonwood Catholic Cemetery as she requested. If you would like to honor her, please give to St. Mary's Children at sistermaryschildren. Marjean was born to Gaylon and Evelyn Warford on Sept.
She weighed 2 lbs. Marjean was raised by her parents for the next 18 years in Cardiff Spur, Idaho. She had many health problems throughout her short life. Marjean married Brandon Dowers, which later ended in divorce. They had one son, Conrad Dowers. Conrad was her pride and joy and she raised him in Lewiston. Marjean met the love of her life, Mark Zeman, five years ago. Marjean had never been more content and happy. They spent countless hours hunting, fishing and huckleberry picking.
Many weekends were also spent up at Soldiers Meadow and at the Warford place. Marjean was proud of her elephant collection, many of which she received as gifts. Viewing will be at 11 a. Mildred A. Geis, 80 of Keuterville passed away Thursday, July 8, at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Lewiston surrounded by her family. Mildred was born Oct. She attended Cottonwood schools before marrying George Geis on Aug. They lived in Orofino for a short time before moving back to Keuterville where she has lived since.
Mildred was a stay at home mom raising their 11 children. George passed away in She enjoyed gardening, sewing, raising chickens and her cats. She also enjoyed spending time with her children and their families especially during the holidays. She is also survived by 26 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, two infant children, her parents, two brothers, three grand children and one great grandchild died earlier. A rosary will Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) held on Thursday, July 15 at a. Burial will follow at the Keuterville Cemetery. Please join the family after the graveside service at the Keuterville hall. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 14, from 2 to 6 p.
Family suggests memorial contributions may be made to Holy Cross Parish, Keuterville. Send condolence to the family to blackmerfuneralhome. She was Her dad was a logger and her mother was a homemaker for the 10 Robinett children. The family moved often, and she attended schools in Orofino, Tammany and Culdesac. Inshe married her high school sweetheart, Gary Broncheau. The couple would have celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary in August. Peggy worked for the Culdesac School District for 19 years as an aide.
Through the years, Peggy taught arts and crafts. Her reason for staying so long was her joy of children. She also enjoyed working with the dedicated Culdesac teachers. During the summers, she helped with school maintenance and taught many high school students how to paint, clean and prepare for the next school season. Inalong with her sister, Patricia Broncheau, she helped organize the Culdesac kindergarten program for which she was an aide.
Peggy loved the holidays. In the early years, she could turn any holiday into a spectacular event for her young children with some tin foil and glitter. Cooking holiday dinners for her family was the highlight of each holiday. She was the local hairstylist and barber for many Mission Creek friends and neighbors. Peggy enjoyed gardening, crafts, sewing, camping and traveling with family, family gatherings and making favorite Christmas goodies for family and friends.
She treasured her summer sister trips and sister Christmas parties. Many stories have been told about the seven sisters and their playful, crazy antics. Peggy never traveled far, mostly in Idaho and surrounding states. She said, "Wow what a thrill that was. Her great-grandchildren, Autumn, Sheen, Kaitlynn, Emily and the newest addition, bonus great-grandson Enzo, also survive her.
She is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. At Peggy's request, cremation has taken place and there will be no service. A family celebration of life will be planned at a future date. Peggy's family extends a heartfelt thank you to the Advanced Health Care Hospice staff for their support and care. Especially to Nurse Emily, your loving passion and support gave Peggy and her family strength and peace.
Loyd E. He was born Dec. Pete was the oldest of five sons and the fourth generation from Southwick. Pete attended school at Southwick and Kendrick and then started driving logging truck at age 16 in Later, he joined the U. Army during the Korean War in Marchand was stationed as a fleet mechanic with the 20th infantry near Fairbainks, AK. Pete was honorably discharged in March He married the love of his life, Clara Daberco, May 14, Inhe started Ware Truck Service as a logging company.
Inhe switched the business to a diesel repair shop at his home in Kendrick. He retired inbut he would still answer telephone calls from truckers seeking advice on engine repair until his death. Pete had a strong work ethic and loved fishing and hunting. He also enjoyed family history and in his later years loved bird watching. He was also a former Lewiston Elks member. He is preceded in death by his wife, his parents and four brothers.
His funeral service will be held at 10 a. Saturday, July 10, at the Juliaetta Community Church. Burial will follow at the Southwick Pine Hill Cemetery. A covered-dish dinner will follow at the church.
Alfred Jordon Pinkham was born Feb. This name was from his grandfather who participated in the War of and his name was Johnny Pinkham. Alfred resided at his home on the Red Bear estate in Lenore. His parents were Alex M. Pinkham Sr. Mother was a direct descendant of Old Chief Joseph and other chiefs of the tribe. Blackeagle was a treaty signer of Surviving siblings are Alvin Sr.
Other siblings were Albert Sr. Alfred was a steel guitar player and earned a certificate in electronics. He was a hunter of deer, elk, moose, pheasants and also a farmer. He was married to Marian Johnson deceasedJan Broncheau deceased and was currently married to Darlene Greene, who was always beside him and who especially took care of him during his final years.
He also helped raise Darlene's two grandchildren, Cissa B. He has more than 40 nieces and nephews who are survivors from his brothers and sisters and from his father's brother and sisters; also descendants of his mother's brother, Rueben Blackeagle. With his wife and two older children, the family went on the BIA Relocation program to California where he obtained a job at Disneyland.
He worked as a welder for a tire rim company in Corona, CA. Inhe returned Paradise - Wunderlich* - Paradise (Cassette) the reservation and worked at the Omark Industries bullet factory before retiring. Services were Monday at the Pi-nee-waus, Lapwai. Dressing was at 4 p. Armand Minthorn officiated.
He will be laid to rest at the family cemetery on the Red Bear estate near Lenore. Ray L. Fry, 85, former hydroelectric engineer at Dworshak Dam. Ray attended Old Fort High School, excelling in baseball and track. After being honorably discharged, Ray attended the University of Idaho to study engineering and forestry while playing baseball and flying airplanes.
Ray married Elaine Blada Spurgeon Moe in Son, Greg was born in and daughter, Laura joined the family in InRay and Elaine moved to St. Maries where Ray was a very active community member.
Elaine passed in InRay married Jane Johnson Shaffer and they spent a majority of their time together in Republic with visits to the St.
Maries area. Ray enjoyed returning to his roots in Seneca County with Jane and his siblings. He was fond of tinkering with electronic equipment and his riding mower collection. Remembrances may be sent to the Colfax American Legion or the St. Maries Senior Center. Yvonne Weber passed away on June 20,at the age of 88, in the peaceful surroundings of her family home with family members by her side.
She was the oldest of two children. At a young age, her family moved to Kellogg, where she attended Elk Creek School, and subsequently Kellogg High School where she graduated in Pursuing her interests and love of caring for others, she immediately began nursing training in Wallace, where she received her LPN Licensed Practical Nurse certification, and subsequent started a nursing career at the local Wallace hospital.
Her career eventually led her to the Shriners hospital in Spokane, WA. Later she was called to a nursing position to help the Catholic sisters at the St. Ignatius Hospital in Colfax. During her time in Colfax, she met a local farmer from the Shawnee area, Charles Weber, through a double date where they attended an ice-skating show in Spokane. Charles and Yvonne continued dating and married in Colfax on Oct.
They resided in the Shawnee area and continued farming wheat and cattle throughout their 44 years of marriage. Yvonne was an active member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, where she enjoyed volunteering and participating with the Catholic Daughters. Yvonne and Charles were also active members of the local Parvin Grange. Yvonne loved her flower, vegetable gardens, and family pets, and always took tremendous pride in her farm and family.
While she loved being outdoors, her true gift was cooking and caring for her five children and ensuring they were always well nourished and on time for their numerous events and activities. Her passion for cooking eventually transitioned to a love of teaching her grandkids the art of cooking. Her recipes, her unique and masterful cooking, and her wonderfully fun and entertaining personality will be remembered by everyone that had the joy of spending time in her amazing, welcoming, and peaceful home.
Yvonne was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Charles; her parents, Earl and Nellie; and her brother, Ron of Spokane. The Rosary was be recited Thursday at St.
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