His chronically ill mother's health forced a family relocation to Hollister, CA, where Skip made pharmacy bicycle deliveries and played baseball. In 2019, she moved to Fraser where she lived at the time of her death. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel & Crematory is in care of arrangements. John enjoyed growing up in Elk River and talked about a scooter he owned he nicknamed "Doodle Bug." She will forever be in our hearts and will graciously guide us along the way. Arrangements are under the direction of the Blackmer Funeral Home, Grangeville. He has fought a long, hard battle, but has remained open to being God's instrument for as long as God has needed him here on this Earth. He also became a USA/Canadian dual citizen. He leaves behind a daughter, Christy (Josh) of Spokane, WA; and sons, Greg (Kristi) and Mike (Jody) of Wyoming; sister, Cindy (Lonnie) of Lewiston; along with seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Kay continued his education at Lewis-Clark Normal School and then graduated from the University of Idaho in 1959, with a degree in elementary education. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Peggy (Dempsey) Clayville; grandfather Roberty Clayville; and uncle Doug Clayville. On Feb. 14, 1953 Eva married Algy "Al" Maynard. She aspired to live and teach determination, perseverance, faith, hope, and forgiveness.? Charles Edmund Shively, 20, formerly of Orofino, Peck. While Scotty served in Vietnam from May 1967 to November 1968, she participated in a tribal home construction program. Because of COVID-19, she did not attend last year. Duane 'Dave' David Fowler, 69, of Peck passed away Oct. 7, 2020 at Clearwater Valley Hospital. They made their home in Juliaetta and had their son, LeRay, daughter Carolyn, and son Jerry. He had a wonderful sense of humor and told incredible stories with his unique, entertaining, tall tale twist. Let Petco store associates be your post-adoption support network. When he wasn't out on the ocean, he always kept himself busy at home by gardening, remodeling and collecting coins. The family would like to thank Dr. Alexi Matouseik for his unwavering support and care through this process, St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Hospice and Kindred Home Health. The unusual spelling of her name was chosen because there were already two cousins named Shirley in her generation. Later, Cliff and Kathy became members of the Christian Motorcycle Association, and enjoyed many motorcycle adventures. Kathy attended the one room school at the Yaak, MT, until the family moved to Butte, MT, and then later to Orofino when she was in the third grade. Kimball Funeral Home of Pullman is caring for the family. In lieu of flowers, consider donations to Winchester Community Church or the charity of your choice. She passed away Dec. 31, 2020. A celebration of life will be held Feb. 15, at 2 p.m. at Alaskan Memorial Chapel in Wasilla, with a luncheon to follow. She is survived by her son, Dennis "Buddy" and Marla Jacobus II; grandson, Daymon; sisters, Sherry (Bob) Folck, Sandy (Tom) Hill, Karen (Lonnie) Coplien and Karlene (Jim) Jensen, all of Janesville, WI; brothers, David (Connie) Peterson, of Janesville, Kelly (Rose) Peterson, of Orfordville, WI, and Conrad (Jenny) Peterson, of Markle, IN; special friends in Weippe; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was instrumental in starting the farmers market in Orofino and later helped with the farmers market in Lewiston. No services are planned at this time. She is preceded in death by her parents, Forest and Luella Sifton; her sister, Luella Ann; and her son, David. The world lost an amazing man on Aug. 28, 2020 when Joe Stifanick lost his year-long battle with lymphoma. After 33 years of marriage, Carl died July 19, 1985. Growing up, Kurtis was involved in Boy Scouts for several years. Len thoroughly enjoyed meeting the people that sought his tax preparation services. He was the fun Papa spending countless hours giving horsey rides, wrestling and playing hide and go seek with them. After one year, he transferred to Montana State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. Tom worked for the US Forest Service and the family lived at both the Fortine Ranger Station and the Yaak Ranger Station. He finally died, not from long-expected cancer, but from congestive heart failure and TMB (Too Many Birthdays). She was a talented cook, always trying new recipes and generously sharing her knowledge with anyone who wanted to learn. Her daughter, Karen; sister, Ilene; brother, Johnny; nephews Gary and Eddie; and two of her husbands preceded her in death. He enjoyed his work and respected and liked his fellow board members greatly. In retirement, he spent more time fishing, cracking walnuts and giving them away, making dill pickles, cutting firewood at the family's Moscow Mountain cabin, tending his raspberry patch, making fruitcake, picking huckleberries and doing some traveling. Robert, Bobby, Bob or Dad, as known by his friends and family, was born Jan. 1, 1936, in Orofino. Art married the love of his life, Darlene F. Reuben in 1963, moving to Spokane, WA, shortly after where they raised eight children together. In 1965, they welcomed their second daughter, Keesha, and moved to Clarkston. He would jump to help anyone that needed a favor. He was surrounded by his wife of 57 years, his children and grandchildren. She graduated from Kamiah High School in 1965. Ernestine moved into Valley View assisted living where she lived until she passed on the 27th of December at the age of 97. Active in 4-H for many years, he also did as much hunting and fishing as time allowed. Kathy is survived by her husband of 50 years, Cliff; son, Greg Arnzen (Margie), of Lewiston; stepdaughter, Edwina Lloyd (Kirk), of Irrigon, OR; her brother, Carl Benson, of Lewiston; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. She returned home a few years later and eventually went to work for Washington State University. She was born on Nov. 7, 2004 in Lewiston. She will be in a better place with her heavenly and passed on family members. Chuck and Judith A. Craig (Judy) wed in 1960 and a family soon followed. Christine A. She was incredibly proud of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Along with his wife and children, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews and those loved ones considered family will greatly miss Len, but all will treasure their memories of time spent with him. In later life, confusion sometimes got the better of Elaine and she was often saddened at how many friends and family had passed before her. If you've never heard of Rene before reading this obituary, his name rhymes with Gene, or bean, or Dean. Arrangements are under the direction of Blackmer Funeral Home, Grangeville. He passed on their 13th anniversary. In 1975, as a Teamster, he was consigned as a driver for the motion picture company Columbia Pictures. With the love of the outdoors, he chose Geology for a career and graduated with a BSc in Geology in 1963. The family lived in the Riverside neighborhood, and Betty graduated from Orofino High School. Lena M. Hunt, 86, of Lewiston, died Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at Life Care Center of Lewiston. He and Mary Catherine Bauman were married in Lewiston and together had three children. In 1998, Kathleen retired from her Teaching career at Orofino Elementary School, but remained a beautiful staple in the lives of her students and families in the Community. Perhaps you'd like to talk ... To let in Rose-Hill, Mauritius, Indian Ocean. Susan Bacharach Meyer, 84, formerly of Orofino. Doris 'Jean' Aldrich, 89, formerly of Orofino. As a youth Clyde enjoyed hunting, fishing, ranching, and causing trouble with his twin brother. Blackmer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He then attended school in Kooskia and later graduated from Clearwater Valley High School in 1961. Dude loved fishing in Alaska and story-telling. At age 86, when he finally needed oxygen, he hobbled to the shop with his cane, and made devices to keep his oxygen hose from snagging on the dining room chairs. Unfortunately, Washington state donors are currently not accepted because of the coronavirus. Dude is survived by 4 daughters, Jill (Todd) Swanson, Julie (Norris) Boothe, Debbie (Pat) Hightower and Patti Miller. In 1960, he joined the Marine Corps Reserve and went into active duty in 1967. Rex attended school through the eighth grade and then started working in a sawmill packing slabs. Bob and Gayle had three children, Lyle Knutson of Spokane, WA, Patti Johnson of Clarkston, Brenda Steel of Richland, WA, and grandson, Rydr Ferguson, also of Richland. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff at Clearwater Valley Hospital for their care and compassion. His family will miss his encouragement. A few favorite destinations were Mush Saddle and the Quartz Creek drainage. Marlene baked thousands of cookies during those years to provide treats to all of her drop-in visitors. Don never lost his passion for horses; his favorite was a Morgan named Echo, and we are sure he has her saddled up and is riding once again. The legacy she leaves behind is her unwavering love for Jesus, her family and friends, her Church and the Community of Orofino. She married builder Robert Klein-Schoorel in 1947. The family moved to Los Lunas, NM, where they began raising their 6 children on a farm. 1974, found Vicki and Clark headed for Pensacola, FL, looking for a Navy adventure. Mountain View Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Throughout her adulthood, Betty enjoyed being a member of several organizations, among them Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, P.E.O., and Daughters of the American Revolution. Harvey spent 44 years working in the lumber industry at several mills, including Kamiah, Winchester, Craigmont, Jaype and Spalding. Cecilia married pharmacist John Turner on Sept. 12, 1958. Bill, I hope to see you again one day so we can continue our conversations. After his military service he returned to the family ranch at Big Island on the North Fork. Thomas Kyle Groseclose, 86, passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020, of old age at Sycamore Glen Adult Family Homes in Clarkston, WA. After graduation, Harley was in communication with Notre Dame football coach Hugh Devore, who told him that if the Army didn't want him, the Fighting Irish did. Misty Marie Jenks (Crooks) Carvey, 50, former Orofino resident and daughter of Clark and Marsha Kay Jenks, unexpectedly passed away in Eureka, MT, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. "We (Scotty and I) are up in age and it's getting to the point we can't hardly get around anymore. She was born Edith Correna Webb, the fifth of six siblings, on Sept. 30, 1915, to Ernest and Lula Webb in Reubens. He later married Scarlett (Sennett) Owen. She loved spending time with family and friends, especially with her son, Buddy, Marla and Daymon. Chuck enjoyed supporting the local and regional sports teams. Eva was preceded in death by both her biological and adoptive parents. Hold on tight to those dear until we can gather safely in a celebration of life. In 1972, they piled the 6 kids and a dog into a station wagon and made the long trip from New Mexico to Weippe, ID. Cremation has taken place through Malcolm's Brower-Wann Funeral Home in Lewiston. Jack enlisted in the United States Navy and served his country for 3 years' active duty and 3 years' inactive duty. In 1970, the family moved to Utah so Sue could attain a certificate in Medical Technology. A remembrance will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, at the Canyon Inn Bar and Grill, 20289 Big Canyon Rd., Peck, ID. You might also have known her as a Red Hat Lady, Bunco player or active member of the Unity Church. She was a beloved mother, grand-mother, sister, minister, evangelist, and friend. She had a green thumb, was a breast cancer survivor, an avid reader and enjoyed quilting in her later years. We know she is without pain and is now at rest in God's arms. Delores is preceded in death by her husband, Sylvester; parents, Joseph and Mabel Kotzea; sisters-in-law; brother, Gene Kotzea; and the family dog, Alphie. 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. She was born June 5, 1930 in Little Falls, MN and passed away Feb. 4, 2020 in Orofino. Some of his photos were featured in Stars and Stripes. He was born May 20, 1942, in Lewiston to Cleo Williams McHargue and Earl McHargue. On Thursday, June 4, 2020, our brother and friend heard the angels sing and laid down his earthly burdens and went to join his mother, Julia; father, Harold; little brother Bruce; brothers-in-law George and Darold; and his wife, Judy. Please sign the online guest book at www.malcomsfuneralhome.com. They were beautiful. Then he bought a loader and started loading logs until his retirement. When dad was 18, he built his parents a house in Craigmont and moved them into town from Westlake. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Nov. 14 at Lewis-Clark Memorial Gardens, Lewiston. Jerry has been cremated and will be interred at Mountain View Mausoleum in Lewiston. Edith C. Vannoy, 105, formerly of Cavendish. Learn More. Celebration of Life planned Saturday for Evelyn Ploharz. She is survived by her Husband (Leonard Eckman), Sons (Lester and Lance Eckman), Daughter-in-Laws (Stephanie and Kourtney Eckman), and her wonderful Grandchildren (Lenn, Leah, Spencer, Cassidy, Laurel, Leighton, Landon, Kaylee and Tanner). The marriage ended in divorce. His joy for life was infectious and he shared his happiness with all who were around. Rosie was Jack's baby girl. NASCAR was one of his favorite pastimes, and he attended several races in Las Vegas. Their brother, Nick, was never far behind driving their support vehicle. After the death of Sam, she met Ken Molin. You were and always will be a strong, great man. Late in the wintry evening of Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, Elaine passed on gently in her sleep, in her home as she wished. These special daughters were brought to her through the Foreign Student Exchange program. She retired in 1994. Bob rebuilt many cars, the last of which was his '65 red Chevy Malibu, which we took to many a car show. Kathy married her best friend, Alan, May 5, 1978; the only weekend they weren't at a motorcycle race. 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. Charles was preceded in death by his identical twin, Daniel. She also served as secretary for the Clearwater Riding Club, Orofino Dog Fanciers, and secretary manager of the Clearwater County Fair for 11 years. Chapel of The Valley, East Wenatchee, WA, is in charge of the arrangements. 2 levels in metal with tray, cutlery holder and board holder. He was 84. Linda was born Aug. 27, 1947, to Rolly and Shirley McNair. He is survived by his wife, Marie Forsey, of Lewiston; sons, Gary D. Forsey (Judy), of Ozark, AL., Philip A. Forsey (Kelly), of Burbank, CA, and Robert E. Forsey, of Lewiston; sisters, Judy Campbell (Harry), of Henderson, NV, and Joan Forsey, of St. John's, Newfoundland; brother, Robert Forsey, of St. John's, Newfoundland; four grandsons; one granddaughter; five great-grandsons; one great-granddaughter; and 29 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arlos; daughter, Carolyn; son, LeRay; grandson, Darrin; parents, Peter and Veta (Wilbur); sister, Josephine; and brother, Pete. Oliver and Blanche raised five children together: Cyrus Bittleston (Diana Ferris Poulton), of Orofino, Creta Reilly-Saxton (Joe Saxton), of Uniontown, WA, Corlene Becker (Tim Becker), of Genesee, Christy Skinner (Larry Skinner), of Orofino, and Cynthia White (Ernie McPeak), of Clarkston, WA. Levi loved to express himself by the music of his flutes. Joe touched so many lives and will be missed tremendously by all that knew him. Rene's cremains will be interned at a few of his favorite fishing holes and at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery in Boise with full military honors. Gladys took pride in growing fruits and vegetables and preserving them for her family. He sold his interest in Dye Machine and retired in 2000. Gary D. Forsey Sr., 85, of Lewiston, passed away Saturday, May 23, 2020, at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston. Newsletter sign up. He would have lively conversations about everything from politics to history, and would always inject his particular brand of humor and unique perspective. She was born Feb. 27, 1944, in Montebello, CA, to Roland and Delta De Board Barber. One of their highlights was camping and fishing on the North Fork as a family. His sense of humor and enjoyment of life was an inspiration to many. 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. Len was especially close to two surviving cousins, Barbara Peel and Shelby Pullin in Atwater, CA. Margie's house was busy with visitors and often staying for a meal. Oliver was preceded in death by his father, Cyrus Bittleston; mother Lottie Bittleston; siblings Mabel Montenegro, Alfred Bittleston, Marie Blocksom, Irene Petty, Elmer Bittleston, Hazel Friberg and Dorothea Curtis; and his wives, Blanche Bittleston and Betty Bittleston. Tyler's true passion was working for CPTPA (Clearwater-Potlatch Timber Protective Association) Headquarters Unit and his ultimate goal was to be CT for life or become a "hot shot" firefighter. While in high school, she was catcher on the softball team. Traci graduated from Timberline High School in 1982 and then was off on an adventure with a friend to Los Angeles. Mom did her undergraduate work and teacher certification at the Ohio State and Kent State universities. The Hennigan family was headed to California in 1968, stopping in Idaho for what was supposed to be a short adventure gold-dredging on the Salmon River near Riggins. After leaving the Navy, he moved to Vail, CO. 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. This disease took many things from Craig and our family, but never his determination and drive. Lena and Lyle later divorced, in 1972. Evelyn attended Lady of Lourdes Parochial Grade School and graduated from Little Falls High School in 1949. ; aunt, Suzanne McAtty, of Lapwai; aunts, Violet Nanpooya and Becky LaCourse; aunt and uncle, Teri and Jeff Scott; and nieces, nephews and cousins. Skip and Joan divorced in 1969 and Skip moved to Whitehall, MT. Jack spent his last 25 years working at Parma Furniture before retiring in 2008. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Ardis; along with his children, Karla (James) Petrie, Keesha (Todd) Johnson, Shawn (Christy) Larson; and his brothers, Elton and Doug, and sisters, Doris and Beretta. A special thank you to Matt, Michelle and the caregivers at Riverview Residential Home for the excellent care his last 17 months. They also volunteered together at Meals on Wheels, Salvation Army soup kitchen, Sons of Norway benevolent projects and Habitat for Humanity. Had so much more living to do. Many of his friends were decades younger as they were the ones that could keep up with him in his love of sports. She was happy to help and be anyone's friend. He was a twin brother to Daniel, who died in utero at 24 weeks. John watched all ball games and was especially fond of the Mariners. His lessons in public service hold true today as many in his family are involved with their communities. She grew up on the family farm near Leland with her siblings Dorothy, Hermina, Theodore and Loeda and cousin, Lawrence Abitz. Terry spent his life as a carpenter, operating his own business wherever he lived. Intelligent and strong, Vicki had a gift for teaching. In 1959, he and friends traveled to Mackey, Idaho, to support the Kendrick basketball team. The family will host a memorial service and celebration of Marvel's life well lived this summer in Orofino; details will be forthcoming. On Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, our angel on earth, Nicole, 31, spread her wings and went on to eternal peace in heaven. Terri was diagnosed May 1 of this year. Lillie loved to play pinochle, bridge, bingo, and square dance. During Eva's time on the Selway she found her passion for gardening, baking and leading a Bible study group in her home. She had a heart for missions and helped through active support and correspondence. They had three daughters, Debbie, Darlene and Judy. Louise says, "Wish we could have made it to Orofino to see Jim Bonner like you wanted. In 1940, she married James Buel Williams of Grangeville and the two proudly ranched in the area for over 60 years. He then moved to Canada where he used his talents in "hard rock mining" in British Columbia, the Precambrian Shield of Saskatchewan, and Gold Mining in the North West Territories. Shortly thereafter, they purchased their first of many RVs and began to travel. He was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and he loved church, Christian fellowship and was involved in Pathfinders. Since then, she has enjoyed the good life. when it was first staged in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley and bookended that by playing Yente the Matchmaker in the production that marked her last stage appearance. She worked there for approximately a year until her marriage March 23, 1952, to Carl E. Johnson, whom she had met while attending Kinman, as he was in the U.S. Air Force and stationed at Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane. Kathy served three terms on the Bernese Mountain Dog Board of Directors, was the national Rescue and Rehome Coordinator for 20 years and was presented with the Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America Outstanding Service Award for 2020. Every year since, she and Scotty have attended every annual ceremony there and many other sites pertinent to the 1877 war. He drew the friendship, love and admiration of an astonishing number of people before the arc of his young life was cut short on June 3, 2020, in the backwoods of Idaho enjoying the outdoor activities that he thrived on so much. A viewing was held Feb. 6 at Merchant Funeral Home in Clarkston. Jack was a remarkable husband and father, putting his family first, working hard and providing. Nearly every family get-together with her sisters and families would culminate into hours of piano music and singing. She and her twin brother were the youngest of nine children born to Henry Elmer Crump and Ida Vietta Crump. Viewing the wildlife from her home in North Lewiston, where she resided for more than 20 years, was one of her favorite pastimes. Janice Lorraine Noble Groseclose was born July 22, 1947, to Charles and Phyllis Noble, in Moscow. She met her soul mate, Tony Kast, and they spent many years attending concerts, traveling to Oregon and enjoying their life together. In Little Falls, she met and married Joseph C. Ploharz and they moved to western Montana where they raised their seven children and lived for 30 years. They had four children and later divorced. Harvey loved to travel, woodworking, listening to country music, gathering for his coffee group and spending time visiting with family and friends. Though many may not have experienced it, Dad had a sharp wit and quick sense of humor, his sarcasm was quite thick though hidden by soft tone and easy demeanor. c/o Linda Hahn, 1390 Del Rio Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471. Joe was a kind and gentle person with the biggest heart. Joe loved the Lord and his family more than any words can say. Bob has been laid to rest in the Normal Hill Cemetery in the Knutson plot. Funeral services will be held at the Juliaetta Community Center at a later date. Her hobbies included cooking, sewing, quilting, playing cards, watching her husband and son trap shoot, and going to her grandsons' and great-granddaughters' many sports events. If you have many products or ads, create your own online store (e-commerce shop) and conveniently group all your classified ads … Social distancing guidelines will be in place. Chris was an outdoor enthusiast through and through and found a love for fishing with her family, including taking her grandchildren to Campbell's Pond so they too can seek the thrill of a fish on the line. His early years comprised doing chores and helping with the farm and livestock, which contributed to his well-known strong work ethic. Memorials may be given to the Orchards United Methodist Church; or to a charity of your choice. He was 82 years young. They then returned to Coeur d'Alene, where they ran a boys' home, farmed the family farm and logged until 1962. She loved her Wednesday morning breakfast club with her beloved Cliff and neighbors Don and Lavonne. We will hold a celebration of her life this summer and hope to see her many dear students, friends and colleagues then. She and her mother continued to live in Orofino while her mother took over her father's legislative representative seat. He served in the U.S. Army from November 1962-74 as a personal control unit, served one tour in Korea and two tours in Vietnam. That was where she met Dan Sullivan. Memorials can be sent to the Tolle family in care of Tami LaDoux, 3131 Cherry Circle, Lewiston, ID 83501. He was born Jan. 13, 2001, at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane to Sarah and Michael Shively. Levi's life was full of love, music and relationships. Postal Service employee, as well as serving the community as a Benewah County deputy sheriff. Being one of the founding contributors and participants in formulation of the Niimiipuu Language Dictionary, and she was very proficient in the dictionary's use. When big issues came about, it was always Dad that you went to. His daughters Taylor (Luke) McIntosh, and Courtney Stifanick. Terry is also survived by his adult stepchildren, Chris, Richard (wife Michelle) and Matt Huck, all of Boise, and seven step-grandchildren, Carson, Madison, Brandon, Livia, Katelyn, Brielle and Mya. Due to public safety concerns and her wishes, no service is planned. William 'Bill' H. White, 89, passed away Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family. She worked at APCO Manufacturing Co. in Brodhead, WI, before she and her family and close friends moved to Weippe. He was blessed with a tightly knit family who gathered often. No delivery available. Especially, those adventures that took his train through Denali National Park (Mt. The following year, they moved to Pierce, where Chris got a job at Potlatch Corp. in Headquarters. The Stellmons lived across the street from the high school, and their home served as a gathering place for her children's many friends and acquaintances. He liked playing cards and enjoyed the outdoors, camping and visiting new places. Kathy was a loving wife, devoted mother and homemaker who enjoyed a good book or stitching a fine embroidery. Hilda attended Karnes School for one year. He served in the South Pacific Theater, participating in numerous campaigns and receiving many decorations, including two Purple Hearts. She was preceded in death by 10 of her siblings. He spent his whole life doing caring things for family and friends. He was full of forgiveness and never held a grudge. It was in California where Rex met his future wife, Wilma Rae Courtney. Our agency has a catalog of music bands and professional artists from authentic gospel in the African American style, reggae, jazz, soul, Pop, dance ... You are organizing an event and you want to listen to the real gospel? Survivors include son Jerry, grandson Brent (Rhonda), and great-granddaughters Paige (Ty) and Hally, all of Lewiston; and sisters, nieces and nephews. He loved his grandchildren and was always their biggest fan. Everyone who has fond memories of Rex is welcome to attend. In addition to being the greatest husband, dad and papa, Joe was the most loyal friend you could ever have. In 2007, the state of Idaho also recognized Bessie's contribution to the practice and preservation of Niimiipuu language and culture, and she was presented the Esto Perpetua Award. She attended schools wherever her dad coached and taught, including Craigmont and Nezperce. In August 1943, Irma and Philip returned to Idaho, where Philip went to work for PFI at Headquarters. Traci was born Aug. 15, 1964, in Lewiston to Melvin and Maggie Dahl, of Pierce, the last of four daughters. Together they loved to shoot trap with the Orofino Pierce Gun Club and spent many hours gaming as both allies and enemies on their favorite video games at home. They were married Aug. 25, 1956, in Nezperce. At that time, he decided to close his business and go back to working for a union shop. Len was born to Alva Franklin Peel and Sammie G. 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