In , Walt and Barb established a beautiful family cabin at Freeman Creek. His greatest joy was having all of his family and friends gather together, celebrating holidays, family reunions, fishing, snowmobiling, anything as long as he was surrounded by family.
One of his last outings was a weekend trip at the cabin, blueback fishing with his three sons. Walt's legacy is the love that he had and showed for his wife, his boys and their wives, grandkids, family and all of his close friends. He was truly loved in such a special way by so many. He will long be remembered by the deep expression of love and joy for life that he demonstrated in so many ways to so many. The family is so thankful for all of Walt's friends and family that came to say their goodbyes and share stories with Walt in the last two months, including several visits from his nephew, Greg, and nieces Shelley, Terry, Cindy and Jennifer from out of town.
We also thank his special friend, Vera Walker, for her companionship, support and devotion to Walt. His immediate family, including most of his grandkids, gathered to surround him with love, day and night, until he left us peacefully. It meant so much to Walt and the family. We also thank Sister Margie Schmidt and the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Hospice staff. Walt was preceded in death by his father and mother; all five of his siblings, Elsie, Genevieve, Bud, Eva and Ernie; and his wife, Barbara. A viewing will take place from 4 to 6 p.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a. Please join the family for a luncheon and sharing at the Seaport Room following the service. Visit the online guest book at www. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice or to Shriner's Hospital for Children, W. Sandra Kay Enger, 73, formerly of Cavendish. She grew up on the family farm in Cavendish. She met and married Darl Enger in Orofino on June 18, They lived for almost 20 years in Ketchikan, AK, where Sandy loved to go out on the boat on a sunny day and just relax while Darl fished for halibut.
Even though she only fished a couple of times, she holds the family record for the largest halibut, pounds. When they moved to Missoula, Sandy looked forward to camping with friends and family. Sandy had a great number of friends that she loved to play games and pinochle with, and has always enjoyed helping others.
We will forever miss her kindness, giving spirit, her love and joyful smile. She is survived by her husband, Darl K. Sandy has been cremated and will be buried in a shared urn at Sunset Memorial Gardens. No service is planned as a renewing of vows with family and friends occurred on June 18, Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at whitesittfuneralhome.
Murphey, 81, formerly of Kelly Creek. Murphey lost her three-year battle with uterine cancer on Aug. Barbara was an extremely intelligent, nurturing, and thoughtful person, beloved by all. She walked through this world with inspirational grace and unconditional love. She worked hard to support her children and was gifted as an artist; one of her favorite mediums was watercolor. Barbara was an accomplished seamstress, a clever designer and a stained glass maker. She was an excellent cook, as artistic with flavors as she was with visual media. As a child, Barbara stood out in many ways.
She was advanced to second grade midway through her first grade year due to academic and social maturity. She skipped fifth grade altogether, graduating from high school at age Barbara had two younger brothers, Freddy and John. A job change for her father moved the family to St. Clair Shores, MI, during her early high school years. While in high school she excelled academically, was in the honor society and was the editor of the class yearbook.
During her junior year there, she married her first husband and high school classmate Bill Holman. Daughter Kim was born during her senior year in time to attend Barbara's graduation with high honors and a degree in Special Education. In , she and Bill moved to Idaho to begin Bill's career with the U. In , the family moved back east to Virginia for a two year assignment in the U. In the family moved back to Idaho, initially residing in a two-room cabin a far cry from a Philly row house! Daughters Karen and Susan were both born in Orofino in and , respectively. The family moved to Kooskia, Idaho, in Barbara and Bill divorced in and Barbara began her career as a special education teacher.
She earned a Master's in Education degree from the University of Idaho in In Barbara married Carl H. Murphey, adding stepchildren Pat, Pam and Matt to the family. Daughter Jami was born at Cottonwood, Idaho in In , she accepted a position at the Coeur d'Alene Tribal School at Desmet, Idaho, where she worked as a Title I coordinator, special educator and special services coordinator. In this position she supported special education programs at tribal schools in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Barbara took great pride in seeking to provide education to all, particularly students historically underserved.
Barbara retired in and that same year she bought a small home on Main Street in Kendrick, Idaho, so she could be near daughter Jami and her family. She enjoyed retirement, spending time with grandchildren and participating in community clubs and projects including the publishing team for the KJ7 community newsletter, the KJ Art Commission, co-founder of the book club, Book Prowlers, the Hill and Valley Garden Club and Friends of the Juliaetta community library.
Barbara was very fond of the Kendrick-Julietta community. Barbara is preceded in death by brothers Freddy and John and husband Carl. In addition to her children and stepchildren, she is survived by 13 grandchildren and fourteen14 great-grandchildren. Her family is very thankful for the amazing support that she received in her final days, in particular from the staff of Bishop Place and from Kindred Hospice of Pullman, WA. A celebration of life service will take place Saturday, September 1 at Kimball Funeral Home of Pullman has been entrusted with arrangements.
The family suggests memorial donations to any of the Kendrick-Juliaetta community clubs or projects, or to the Friends of Hospice. Glenn Strang Bowman, 92, formerly of Pierce. Glenn Strang Bowman age 92 died peacefully in his sleep at Meadowlark homes in the early morning hours on Monday, Aug. Our family and friends lost our strong, yet gentle Dad, Grandpa, Great Grandpa and buddy.
Ray drove truck for Ohio Gas Company. Dad was an only child and was raised in the small town of Danville, OH. As a young boy, he amused himself by playing with friends, cousins, pet dogs, and his Schwinn bicycle. He spent quite a bit of time on his Grandma Sara's farm and loved helping her take care of the cows, goats and chickens. At Danville High School, he played clarinet, sang in the choir and participated in class plays. He was a member of the German Lutheran Church. In his yearbook, his classmates said of him, "At sports Glenn does not participate, but at reading books he's first rate.
Bill, he enrolled at Defiance College in Ohio and attended for three years. Dad wanted to see the world, so did not complete his college tenure. For the next few years, he traveled around the United States doing odd jobs and learning about the history of the U. When he returned to Ohio, he met Doris Swank through his first cousin.
She was employed at the Army Depot in Mansfield and Dad worked there as well. After three dates, he proposed, and she accepted. Glenn and Doris were married June 4, at Mansfield. Their first child, Shawn, was born in October , followed by their second son Paul in May During Dad's travels in the U. He packed up the Bowman family and drove out to Pierce, Idaho where a summer job with the U. Mom was pregnant with Laura and she was born in August Dad also worked as a substitute German and typing teacher at Pierce in the winter months. He moved the family to Grangeville. Third son Mark was born in November When a full-time job with the lumber mill in Grangeville was announced in , Dad was hired.
Those are the facts. What we his children would like to share is why we thought our Father was the best all-around Dad.
He taught us the true meaning of an honest, hard day's work. He worked night shift, day shift and overtime. He worked in freezing temperatures in the winter with only a roof over his head and two walls for shelter. In the summer, the job was a sweltering site for Dad and his crew mates to perform their work. Many times, especially around Christmas, the mill laid Dad off and things would be a bit tough. But, his hard-earned wages brought enough money in to feed us very healthy meals, clothe us, pay for braces and art lessons for his daughter, and sports equipment and musical instruments for the boys, and an occasional small token of appreciation for my equally hard-working housemother.
Although exhausted from his work at the mill, Dad found time to play tennis, take us hiking, swimming and sledding. He taught all of us how to drive in the Chevy station wagon on the back-country roads surrounding Grangeville. He taught the boys how to hunt. Together with our Mother, they took us to church, gave us a good education, raised a huge garden and taught us how to be good citizens. After retiring from the mill, Dad tended to the fruit trees and flower garden with Mom, mowed a half-acre of lawn, split and stacked firewood, plus did most of the cooking and baking to give Mom a break from all those years she handled these tasks.
He also worked under the Older American program with the Nez Perce National Forest for two years assisting at the warehouse. He was a strong man and survived two rounds of prostate cancer, including radiation and chemo. Our family would like to thank Dr. Medenci who helped to assure that Dad had another five years with us. Dad and Mom celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary in After living with their daughter for a short time, they moved to Meadowlark Assisted Living Home. Mom passed away in March Dad stayed at Meadowlark for a year and when his daughter retired, he moved in with Randy and Laura.
We had a wonderful year with Dad, until he was diagnosed with diabetes. He also was developing dementia. Due to his additional medical needs, doctors recommended that he move back to Meadowlark where he received the care he needed. Son, Paul passed away in May Dad has 9 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Thank you, Dad, for showing us the rewards of a good day of hard work, sprinkled with a solid education, a dash of discipline and a whole lot of love. At his request, cremation has taken place, with Blackmer Funeral Home handling arrangements.
Our heartfelt thanks to Meadowlark staff and residents for caring for Dad and being his friend. And to Syringa Hospice for their tender love and care in his final months. A Celebration of Life will be held in Dad's honor for family and close friends in September in Pierce. We miss you buddy! Memorial services are pending.
Fugate, Pierce, passed away Aug. Ardis was born March 3, June McCollister, 97, Orofino. June McCollister passed away Wednesday, Aug. She joined an older sister, Laurinda. Two significant early experiences shaped June's talents and skills. June was her dad's "boy" and learned to make things and how machines worked. She was also introduced to the world of art as she studied and drew at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
June was at the top of her high school graduating class and faced life with optimism and a sense of adventure. As a young adult June was traveling and working with two best friends. They came to Idaho. Red proposed, knowing that she would be leaving shortly. June and Red married on May 10, in Lewiston, and enjoyed 65 years of married life. They had three children, a son, Jim, and daughters, Patty and Sandra. June created kindergarten at the Potlatch company school in Headquarters when she recognized that children could benefit.
June's skills and talents led her to designing, remodeling, and decorating. She designed and built knotty pine cabinets for the kitchen at Pink House, with a just-the-right-height baking center with flip top storage in the corner. She painted Pink House pink. June could operate a skill saw, reupholster furniture, and float and tape sheetrock. June's theory was "just go to the library and look it up. She later worked as an elementary school aid. June had a deep interest in watercolors of merit.
June's watercolors reflected her confidence and willingness to learn. Based in drawing skills, as well as color and design theory, June's work capably records the region, the river, the landscape. June was an active member in the Clearwater Art Association. There were many family activities, camping trips, going to the ocean, and driving kids to and from their activities.
June had faith in her kids and bolstered them as needed. June was also a serious bridge player and always enjoyed a game and her bridge buddies. Red and June had fun with camper club, square dance and dance club. June is also survived by her companion and friend, Maggie Cram, who helped care for her and brightened June's mornings the past few years. The family thanks the staffs of Brookside Landing and Clearwater Health and Rehabilitations for their kindness and skillful support as June enjoyed her later years. Cremation has taken place with a memorial for both June and Red to take place in the future.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to Friends of the Library in Orofino to support art learning in Clearwater Memorial Public Library's annual Summer Reading Program. As June said in , "Libraries are such a good thing to be interested in. Thornton, 81, Orofino, passed away Aug. He was born Oct. Memorial servicse are pending. Cahala, 67, Weippe, passed away Aug. She was born March 14, No services are planned at this time. Shirley Finke, 79, Orofino. It is with deep sadness that we share the news of a great loss to our family.
Shirley Bullock Finke was called away from this earth on Friday, Aug.
She had been suffering from congestive heart failure and COPD for an extended period of time and her frail body finally gave up the fight. Shirley was born on Nov. After losing both parents to illness at a very young age, Shirley was raised by her grandmother, Velma Tull. She married Jim Finke in and spent her entire life in Orofino with her husband and children close by. Shirley's first passion was her family. She and her husband, Jim, enjoyed a marriage that spanned 58 years. There was never a holiday or a family gathering that her home was not a hub of hospitality to celebrate the event.
She loved caring for her family and making her home a beautiful place to be. Though Shirley was a woman small in frame, she was large, strong and powerful in her ability to protect and to nurture those whom she loved. Not only those born naturally to her but additionally, those who would come under her wing because someone that she loved showed up with someone that they loved. Her circle of surrogate grandchildren grew with every new friend that her kids, her grandkids, and dare I say, even her great-grandkids dragged through her door.
Shirley was blessed with eight grandchildren.
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Shirley was preceded in death by her dear grandmother Velma Tull, her parents, Joe and Juanita, her niece, Traci Coon Kalamon, and by Jim, her beloved husband of 58 yrs. At Shirley's request there will not be a memorial service. When making the donation please make note that it is in honor of Shirley Finke.
Mary Margaret 'Maggi' Alsager, 69, formerly of Orofino. Alsager and Cecelia Walsh Alsager, and joined her 2-year-old brother, John, at home. Maggi married William B. Ross on June 6, , in Moscow. Al Frostad, a pediatrician in Pullman. They moved to St. Louis in , and Maggi was employed at St.
John's Medical Center as a burn unit nurse. Relocating to Los Gatos, CA, in , Maggi began as a staff nurse at Alexian Brothers Hospital San Jose , and moved into nursing administration and became the director of nursing at the hospital. Divorced in , Maggi continued living in Campbell and was very involved with community groups, including the Sunnyvale Sunrise Rotary Club, where she was elected the first female president. In her free time, she enjoyed hosting dinner parties for a friendship group of 12 in San Jose and treasured those long-term friendships.
In , a reconnection with Ron 'Simon' Frye, a high school sweetheart, found her returning to north Idaho. They were married at Lake Tahoe on Dec. Maggi picked the Pearl Harbor date for their marriage so Ron would always remember. After living in Orofino, they relocated to Lewiston and their present home.
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Maggi was very devoted and committed to helping others in her community, focusing her efforts especially on Willow Center for Grieving Children and suicide prevention, education and support groups. Maggi retired from ITD as the district business manager in October Maggi was always giving and doing for others. Even in illness, she thought of family and friends before herself. Her granddaughters consider her the greatest Nana in the world. Maggi and Ron enjoyed ski vacations, golf, camping on the North Fork of the Clearwater River and travel, and they always included family and friends in their adventures.
Maggi was preceded in death by her parents; her nephew, Sven Alsager; and her mother-in-law, Helen Frye.
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The family appreciates the help of Kindred Hospice and especially thanks Kay and Samantha for their loving care of Maggi. The service will be at 10 a. Condolences may be shared at malcoms malcomsfuneralhome. Mary Margaret 'Maggi' Alsager Frye. Eugene 'Woody' Bausch, Our Woody lost his four-year battle with cancer Wednesday morning, Aug. Woody Bausch was born Nov. He grew up loving the outdoors of Idaho, hunting, fishing and camping.
He graduated from Orofino High School in He at-tended the University of Idaho. During the summers of his college years he worked for the forest service on fire crew working his way up to crew boss. He graduated with a degree in music ed-ucation in fulfilling his lifelong love of music. He began his teaching career in Weippe and Pierce, producing superior bands. He married Tam Judy in In , he headed to Petersburg, AK, to accept a teaching job.
He stayed five years, coming back to Orofino in to teach for one year. In he headed back to Alaska, to Haines this time, to again teach music. There he met Colleen Bieleski, who taught fourth grade. They married in and he gained a five-year-old son and three-year-old daughter along with his wife.
In , they added a son, making their family complete. Woody retired in In May of he traveled to Africa on a photo safari. Colleen retired in and they moved their family south to Orofino where they lived until During that time, he pursued his love of photography producing many beautiful images and producing and selling a book of his favorite photos he had taken of the Clearwater region.
Woody also made and sold notecards and postcards, took senior and wedding pictures during his time doing photography. Woody started directing the Orofino Community Choir after moving to the area and continued to do so successfully, sharing his love of music with the choir members and the community for 20 years.
They produced a CD of spiritual songs during that time. In September of , health forced a move to Lewiston. Woody was diagnosed with esophageal and liver cancer in The cancer moved to his brain in He endured three and a half years of treatment before he ran out of op-tions. He fought the good fight for four years.
He also has numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ruth and Dan Bausch. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Aug. Potluck dinner will follow at the church after the service. A private burial will be held at Normal Hill Cemetery lat-er in the afternoon. Joseph Regional Medical Center Hospice. Eugene 'Woody' Bausch, 74, formerly of Orofino.
Thomas Moses, 31, Kamiah. Thomas Moses, 31, died Aug. Trenary Funeral Home of Kooskia, Idaho is assisting the family. June McCollister, 97, Orofino, passed away Aug. She was born June 19, He attended Lapwai High School and graduated in He participated in football, basketball, baseball and boxing.
After high school, he was drafted by the U. Army from to He married Sylvia Penney on Aug. They resided in Glasgow, MT, for a short period of time, then returned to the Lapwai area to raise their four sons. Being a skilled, hard worker, he provided for his family working many jobs, starting from his early days in forestry, on to truck driving for Lime Stone Enterprises, and construction.
With his love and pride for the Nimiipuu people and land, he joined the National Park Service as a ranger and interpreter. In his later years, he decided to attend Lewis-Clark State College to finish his education. Due to his health, he was a semester short of receiving a bachelor's degree in Native American studies.
With his experience, he went on to coach youth baseball and basketball. One of his highlights was winning the B. Tourney Basketball Against Alcohol and Drugs three years in a row. With the next generation, he took joy in watching his grandchildren, Victoria and Silky Smooth, and Lydell and the Warriors, traveling the Pacific Northwest to basketball tournaments. More than anything in this world, he loved to spend time with his family: He showed them how to live in harmony with Mother Earth. He taught them all of the sacred places in the mountains and rivers, to hunt, gather and fish.
Being a strong, spiritual man, he shared his knowledge of his ancestors through storytelling and the way of the sweat lodge. Open denomination services will follow at 6 p. Wahlasut services to follow at 7 p. Sunrise burial was held at 7 a. Thursday at Webb Cemetery. She was born Feb. He was born Aug. Darlene Bacon, 87, formerly of Pierce, Headquarters. Darlene Rose Bacon was born Nov. Bacon and Celia S. She died Thursday, July 19, She completed high school in Pierce in while living in Headquarters with her uncle and aunt, Lewis and Edith Bacon.
Darlene married Donald Thornton in They lived in Pierce, Enterprise, OR. They had two daughters and four sons. The marriage ended in She graduated from Lewis-Clark State College in with a Bachelor of Science degree and from Eastern Washington University, Cheney, and with a master's degree in social work in She maintained social relationships with her Pierce High School classmates, as well as with Headquarters neighbors of times past, meeting regularly for lunch with both groups.
She was a member of the Social Concerns Committee and of St. Mary's League, both of St. She had a lifelong interest in live theater and became involved in several productions at Lewiston Civic Theatre following her retirement. Darlene is survived by one brother, Les G. Dan Emerich, Douglas R. Toni Thornton, Donalee T. Wilkinson and Daniel J. Darlene is a communicant of Holy Family Catholic Church.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a. A luncheon will follow at the parish hall. Services are pending with Trenary Funeral Home. Wanda Head, 84, Peck postmaster. She was surrounded by her children. Wanda was born Dec. She attended school in Orofino and in graduated from Orofino High School, where her mother, her siblings and four children also graduated.
After high school, Wanda worked as a waitress and as a bakery clerk. She married Arlee B. They were founding members of Faith Tabernacle Church in Lewiston. In , they built their family home and ranch on Angel Ridge outside of Peck. The couple divorced in Always hard-working, Wanda began her career at the Peck post office in and retired as its postmaster in She enjoyed this job, one block away from her house, where she was able to keep in touch with her community as they each came to pick up their mail. Wanda also was a leader for many years in the Big Canyon 4-H Club and took every opportunity she could to serve her community.
We are forever grateful to the close neighbors and friends in Peck who watched over Wanda as her health began to fail. Wanda married an old high school friend, John Apfelbeck, in , in Orofino. He joined Wanda at her home in Peck, and they enjoyed more than 20 years together. John cared for Wanda at their home until , when she moved to Brookside Landing care center in Orofino. Wanda often was quiet, but she had a great network of friends who were very dear to her.
She will be remembered by many for her quick wit and dry sense of humor, and her love for music and family. Her children and grandchildren were the light of her life. She enjoyed traveling and went to many Postmaster's Association meetings across the country. Wanda also participated in a bowling league in Orofino for many years and enjoyed many friendships with bowling mates. She achieved a lifelong dream in when she traveled to Denmark with her siblings to visit relatives and learn about their heritage.
Wanda's surviving children and their families are: Wanda also had 5 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will take place at 2 p. A covered-dish dinner will be held following the service. Graveside service will be held at Saturday at Riverside Cemetery in Orofino. Merchant Funeral Home of Clarkston is in charge of arrangements. Wanda Elizabeth Munck Head. Opal White passed away Saturday, July 7, , from lung cancer.
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