Tom worked for the US Forest Service and the family lived at both the Fortine Ranger Station and the Yaak Ranger Station. After being discharged from the Air Force, Johnny worked for Gerrie's father for a while and they lived in the country. 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. Their sons, Gene, Phillip and Stephen, were born during their years at Headquarters. Our mom, Shirlee Hennigan, passed away Friday, Jan. 29, 2021. Chapel of The Valley, East Wenatchee, WA, is in charge of the arrangements. Bob got into Harleys years ago. She was the oldest of 6 children and spent the first 15 years of her life in Oklahoma. His life was longer than either of his parents', Rexford Walker Barstow and Marguerite Lilly Warren Barstow. Survivors include a daughter, Lynda (Bob) Roberts; sons, Randy (Durelle) Sullivan and Dale (Christy) Sullivan; eight grandchildren, Kevin (Angie), Eric (Kathy), Jenifer (Jamie), Mark, Col, Stephanie, Dayne (Lindsey) and Clint (Robyn); eight great-grandchildren, Ashtyn, Riley, Blake, Brynn, Jake, Dylan, Nellie and James; and many nieces and nephews. Darlene attended Lewis and Clark Normal College and then University of Idaho and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree. Geraldine 'Gerrie' M. Johnson, 87, formerly of Peck. The family then moved to Lewiston, with Johnny teaching and later becoming principal at Lapwai High School, and Gerrie becoming a legal secretary. She wrote and self-published "Whatever Happened to the Kids from Pierce" and "Love, Chrissie" which are the fictionalized truth of life in Pierce in the '40s and '50s. Both ran Riverside Meats in Lewiston until they retired to Elk River. In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation account has been set up by a friend of the family at Latah Credit Union under Darline Lettenmaier to help pay for memorial and Nicole's children. After his retirement, Bill and Judy managed the Bottoms Up Tavern in Juliaetta from 1980-85. Growing up he lived in Ohio, Michigan and Colorado before his family settled in Peck, ID, in 1974. Thanks to everyone for well wishes, prayers and understanding. In their later years, Mom and Dad sold the home place and moved to a smaller place on Sweetwater Creek. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother Roderick Peterson. Many people in Lewiston will remember seeing him on the levee paths running every day. His life and childhood began in Colfax, WA. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel in Orofino is in charge of the arrangements. He remained in Lewiston until 2 years of age when the family moved to Elk City, where he was raised by his maternal grandparents. In May 1952, Eva graduated from St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Lewiston. She will be in a better place with her heavenly and passed on family members. As a lineman, he told some extremely funny stories about hanging from a helicopter in Alaska to put up poles. You might also have known her as a Red Hat Lady, Bunco player or active member of the Unity Church. When President Clinton landed in Boise to assess the flood damage, Chuck and Sen. Marguerite McLaughlin were in the receiving line at the airport to greet the president as he stepped off Air Force One. It's Rene. In 1968, he was the commander of a fire base in Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star medal of combat for meritorious service. Sink stopper and curtain rod are brand new. From the time Courtney was born until she was called back to Heaven, she brought so much joy, happiness and laughter to our lives and anyone that knew her. He is survived by his aunt, Talitha Wach, of Sutton, NE. She spent her early life in a cabin near Deary. Our loving dad, husband, grandpa and friend, Earl Wayne Cox, passed Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020, at his home in Lewiston. A charitable memorial fund has been set up in Marvel's honor at Children's Hospital of Orange County, CA. He briefly moved to Astoria, OR, where he worked security and maintenance for The Job Corp. Box 596, Pullman, WA 99163. He married Virginia Marie Carpenter and they had four children together. The mischievous little guy was loved dearly by his brothers and sisters. Memorial Services will be after the COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders are lifted. Marlene's children will hold a private graveside service for Marlene, as a precaution because of COVID-19. After living a short time in Vernal, the family moved to Wyoming; Dover (Sandpoint), ID; Maybell, CO.; Port Gamble, WA. Send condolences to the family to Blackmerfuneralhome.com. 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. Eugene was dearly loved by his surviving wife, children, grandchildren (16) great grandchildren (12) and many friends that he has met over his long, brave life. He simply loved the outdoors and supplemented the family's food needs with wild game and fish. This earned him the nickname "Hap," short for happy, from his Theta Chi fraternity brothers. She was 82. Shortly after she married her blind date, Sam Rawson, on June 29, 1957. 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. Judy came into the marriage with two boys, Justin and Micah. Harold told her she almost fried her bacon that time. 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). She was 73. On-line guest book is at, Malcom's Brower-Wann Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. In 1959, he joined the U.S. Army and served in Germany for three years. Terry John Slette, a.k.a., TJ, a longtime Lewiston resident, passed away at the age of 82, due to the infirmities of age (and mileage), with his children by his side Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. He attended school through eighth grade and was a roller hockey goalie for Skateland in his youth. Ben is survived by his mother, Diane (Clayville) Wells, of Lewiston; aunt and uncle, Dennis (Linda) Clayville; uncle and significant other, Don (Wilma) Clayville; aunts, Sue Clayville and Rhonda Clayville; and numerous cousins and family members. It didn't matter what you called him, he always answered with a smile. The Army won out, however, as Harley was drafted and entered military service in 1945. She was preceded in death by her parents; sons, Nicholas and Ronald Turner; and sisters, Katie Carey and Barbara Fairley. His grandchildren Destiny Stifanick, Ryker McIntosh, Rayce McIntosh and Rya McIntosh. Irma was born April 22, 1923, on Tahoe Ridge near Kooskia, the third child of Eugene and Bertha (Godwin) Tweedy. Sue was an active member of St. Edward's and later St. Paul's Episcopal Church. She loved her job and adored her students. In 1971, the family moved to Duluth, MN, Lester Park neighborhood. Tyler is survived by his parents, Brant and Shawna Cochrell; his brothers, Justin Cochrell; Ryan and Christine Cochrell and niece Graiclyn and nephews Zarek, Wesley, and Vern; and brother Kody Cochrell. They were married June 6, 1964, in Ellensburg. Jack returned to Peck to start his family. She encouraged others to do the same. The one cub would often climb the tree and into Bill's bedroom and sleep with him, just like a live teddy bear. The family moved to Orofino where Nona attended high school, met and married the love of her life, Richard Hill. He was preceded in death by his parents, Thelma and Harley, along with his brothers, Leonard, Larry, Jerry and Paul. They made their home in Potlatch until moving to Lewiston in 1947. Ron went to welding school and learned the trade by returning to California to work as a welder on submarines at Mare Island Shipyard in Northern California. A Celebration of Life will be held for Evelyn Florance Ploharz at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 18, 2020 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, 330 Michigan Ave. in Orofino. A celebration of life memorial and potluck will be held Sunday, June 14, at 2 p.m. at the Pink House Hole campground pavilion on U.S. Highway 12, west of Orofino. Everyone who has fond memories of Rex is welcome to attend. He shot at Missoula, and Dillon, Montana as well as Boise and Caldwell. Very good condition, For sale WII U perfect condition with accessories and games (Mario Cart, WII party, Wii sports resort, One Piece Unlimited World Red). Whether it was with his harmonica, electric slide guitar, hammer or flute, Levi created beauty. Mason played the piano and all percussion instruments as well as being self-taught on guitar and baritone saxophone. In 1975, Emily earned her LPN nursing certificate from Walla Walla Community College in Clarkston. He was a kind and generous father, grandfather and great-grandfather. When not outdoors, Dave loved to watch western movies with a big bowl of popcorn. She had many fond memories of her childhood; Barbara attended the University of Idaho in Moscow. She worked briefly for Stillings & Embry Florists, and in her later years as an Avon consultant. Rosemary was preceded in death by five brothers, Ted, Barney, Eugene, Bill and James; and two granddaughters, Katie Madson and Kari Doggett. The family remained in Colfax during his childhood, and 10 days after his 17th birthday Robert left school to join the United States Marine Corps to defend his country during World War II. Memorials can be sent to the Tolle family in care of Tami LaDoux, 3131 Cherry Circle, Lewiston, ID 83501. He was born Aug. 30, 1931, in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada, to Charles and Edith Crookes and he grew up in Ta Ta Creek, B.C., where his family owned a gas station. In his later years, Harley became exalted ruler of the Lewiston Elks Lodge. Rene was too humble to tell you this, but he earned a Bronze Star for meritorious service in the face of a hostile enemy for his work in Vietnam. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Cream Ridge Church that Joe attended in c/o Mike Richardson at 256 Shasta Circle, Orofino, ID 83544. Walter worked as a standard oil distributor at Mount Shasta, CA, until 1966. He followed all the games his son played in high school as well as his grandchildren. Desk in glass, metal structure + Office drawers, 1 with lock and key + A chair Selling as we are moving. Al had a very kind and giving heart, helping anyone, whether they were a stranger or a friend. Please sign the online guestbook at. Darlene later moved to Grants Pass, OR and finally to Roseburg. She has one aunt and sisters living, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Gary was preceded in death by his father, Philip S. Forsey; mother, Doris N. Forsey; son, William "Bill" Forsey; sister, Phyllis Ewer; and brother, Howard Forsey. She was born May 17, 1933, to Victor and Velva Haag, in Lenore. She graduated from Waubay High School in 1953. Soon after, Bob met and married Gayle Glasson Knutson. Christine A. Returning to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley in 1967, she was employed as an instructor at Mr. Nick's Beauty College until she purchased and operated the Idaho Beauty College with her son, Larry. Darvin was born May 13, 1937, in Valier, MT, to Thelma and Harley Larson. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, two brothers and one sister. Jack was a remarkable husband and father, putting his family first, working hard and providing. Each doll seemed to take on a distinct personality. Betty met Luther C. 'Bob' Burnham, her future husband of 53 years, while attending the University of Idaho. He did work with his extended family on the spring log drives on the Clearwater including the last one in the U.S. Reminiscing with friends at the Log Drive Picnics the rest of his life were reunions he looked forward to attending. After that, he returned back to his hometown of Peck where he raised his family with his first wife of 20 years, Theresa Fowler. Diana enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, camping and watching movies. 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. Betty enjoyed working with numbers and was a talented bookkeeper. She met her soul mate, Tony Kast, and they spent many years attending concerts, traveling to Oregon and enjoying their life together. She received her elementary schooling at the Clearwater Grade School on Coyote Grade near Spalding, grade school at Arlee, MT, and Spalding Grade School. A little sister, Clara, came along four years ago, and Charles adored her as she did him. Kathy devoted her time as Dog 4-H Leader for 21 years. She will continue on with us all through memories, and we will carry her in our hearts. Chris and Terri also loved hosting their friends and family at their cabin in New Meadows, Idaho. When he wasn't out on the ocean, he always kept himself busy at home by gardening, remodeling and collecting coins. She loved to just have fun, spend time with her kids and grandchildren. In June 1978, she got out of the Army and landed a job with the Idaho Army National Guard under a pilot program in Gowen Field, called Full Time Military Force. Lillie was preceded in death by her husband, Gordon; daughter, Susan (Thiessen) Goetz; son, Tony Thiessen; brothers, Robert Snyder, Ellis Snyder, Burt Snyder, Louie Snyder, Floyd Snyder, and sister, Mary Dickinson. Every week they would all meet and ride out of town for lunch. Every year since, she and Scotty have attended every annual ceremony there and many other sites pertinent to the 1877 war. Chris spent the next several years into retirement volunteering for the local food bank and found a joy in serving others and giving back to the community. Oliver served as an ordained minister for 60 years, serving in Montana, Idaho and Washington. One of her great-grandfathers was killed and his remains are buried at the Bears Paw Battlefield near Chinook, MT. The family moved to Los Lunas, NM, where they began raising their 6 children on a farm. She delighted in the relationships she had with children in the family, attending their sports and school events and playing games when they would come to visit. Their family homesteaded in Peck. He continued working part time for Powell Plumbing and Heating through high school and college at the University of Idaho. Details All prices include VAT. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Elite Hospice or to the Juliaetta-Kendrick Ambulance Fund. Born Sept. 18, 1917, to John and Cora Lettenmaier in Southwick. She will forever be in our hearts and will graciously guide us along the way. and Rotary Club. Following her studies, she worked for the Fire Underwriters Laboratory at San Francisco and taught at Orofino High School for a year, after which she married David Johnson, to whom were born Geoffrey Howard and Dwight Samuel Johnson. 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. Courtney is survived by her parents, Tony and Sisalene Morris; a sister, McKenzie Morris; grandparents, Rick and Kathy McIntosh, Fred Borders, Millie Morris, Dan Morris; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Jean was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Debbie Jean in 1953; husband, Cecil in 2010; and brother, William and sister Helen in 2011. At the end of his enlistment, and with Bessie's concurrence, Scotty reenlisted and a 20-year career as a Navy wife began. All friends and family are invited to a Celebration of Life in Misty's honor, Saturday, Oct 17, from 2-4 p.m. at Pink House Recreation Site, 4815 U.S. Highway 12, Orofino. Marlene attended hundreds of football, basketball and baseball games in the valley while supporting her children, grandchildren and other youth. The family later moved to nearby Lorain, OH, where Mom graduated from Admiral King High School. As a child, she lived in Clarkston, WA, and Lewiston with her younger sister, Marcia, before the family settled in Grangeville. Nearly every family get-together with her sisters and families would culminate into hours of piano music and singing. After graduation, Kay attended the University of Idaho for one semester before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps on Feb. 20, 1952. Ernestine will be missed, but her memories will live on and blessed are the lives she touched. Their kindness and care for Mom are greatly appreciated. Whether it was at her daughter's sporting events, her son's bull riding events or the many miles she traveled to watch and support her husband racing cars, she didn't miss an opportunity to cheer us on. In 1968, Vicki left Boise and moved to Orofino where she graduated from high school in 1970. Mike worked at Cascade Cartridge (now Vista Outdoor). Also surviving are her sisters, Clara Sipe and Connie Sumpter; daughters, Gerri, Ann (Bill) and Dawna (Lance); grandchildren, Dustie (Mike), Charity (Gene), Ashley (Luis), Jeramy, Heather, Tyler, Megan (Jared), Sheighlyn (Jesse) and Haylee (Randy); 13 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Gifts in her memory may be sent to the Clearwater Memorial Public Library P.O Box 471 Orofino, Idaho 83544. 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. Often isolated in his work in the Territories, with his indomitable spirit he braved the winter frosts and spring breakups to drain and restart an underground gold mine. He joined the Army in 1968 and qualified in the Airborne and was attached to the 181st Airborne Division. He loved to share the gospel and bringing souls to the Lord. He treasured all of his friends in music and in the conservation community. Clyde Earl Burgess, 70, formerly of Orofino. Retiring in Canada, Gene and Marlene decided to move to vacation locations that their children and their families would wish to visit for joy. She spent so much of her time over the years sitting in bleachers being her family's biggest fan. Selling because we are moving. She loved and enjoyed all of her students. In 2003, the Vannoys bought a home in Lewiston and after Al died in 2015, Edith moved in to Brookdale Senior Living in Lewiston where she was affectionately called "Miss Edie.". Levi lived a fulfilling life in which he accomplished many great and wonderful things for the people. While working for farmers in the Nezperce area, he met the love of his life, Edith Mae Farmer. Len was born to Alva Franklin Peel and Sammie G. Carlock Peel on July 7, 1936, in Holland, AR. He served during the Korean War and was released from active duty in 1955. In compliance with program policy, she attended Lewis-Clark State College and on May 20, 1994, she was awarded an Associate of Applied Science in child development. They had four children. He would often entertain his students in the classroom telling about his adventures on the railroad. She lived and traveled with Lon for 17 years. He was born July 4, 1949, to Hilmer and Annetta (Griess) Roseberg in Wahoo, NE. https://www.lovelandfuneralchapel.com/obituaries/Ernestine-Frances-Ball?obId=19482112#/obituaryInfo, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdjtoy6XmKOXXHJSg6tHLIQ. To this day, she could still beat us all doing the butterfly stroke. Search results for: Bernedoodle puppies and dogs for sale near 45231, USA area on Puppyfinder.com Darlene went back to work at Idaho State Hospital to work with juveniles. Graveside services will be held at a later date at the Peola Pioneer Cemetery. Because of his love for everyone he met while traveling, this loss is felt around the world. She was voted "Best Dressed" in high school, and lived out that title for the rest of her days. The G.I Park baseball field honorably of his favorite memories and relationships Series! 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