Miscellaneous Yakima County, Washington Obituaries

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Madeleine P. Booth
Madeleine P. Booth, 85, died Tuesday.
Mrs. Booth was raised in Pomona, Calif., and lived in Southern California until moving to Yakima 10 years ago. 
Survivors include a daughter, Nan Menke, and two grandchildren.
A private family memorial will be today with a celebration of her life following at 4 p.m. at the Menke home. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 24, 2000]

Michael O. Goldenberg
Michael O. Goldenberg, 40, of Yakima died Friday.
Mr. Goldenberg was born in Berkeley, Calif., and spent most of his life in Southern California where he worked for Rockwell. He moved to Yakima in 1992 and was a machinist at Dowty.
Survivors include his wife, Haydee; a daughter, Michelle; his father and stepmother, Jack and Linda Goldenberg; and two brothers, Robert Goldendberg and Den Brasher.
A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Christian Life Center, 716 N. 40th Ave. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 24, 2000]

Lowell Dean LaFollette
Lowell Dean LaFollette, 71, of Wapato died Tuesday at his home.
Mr. LaFollette was born in Sholton, Mo., and moved to the Wapato area in 1942. He worked at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation during the 1940s and later was a truck driver for Nichols Brothers Feed Store in Toppenish and Blas Garcia in Wapato.
Survivors include his son, Rick Hargraves of Yakima; four brothers, Pete LaFollette of Dufur, Ore., Leonard LaFollette of Granger, Lester "Todd" LaFollette of Green Forest, Ark., and Hap LaFollette of Wapato; three sisters, Ruby Stephens of Toppenish, Alice Ames and Janita Overacker, both of Wapato; and two grandsons.
A graveside funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Reservation Community Memorial Park west of Wapato. Those wishing to attend may meet at the cemetery.
[Published February 24, 2000]

Cristobal Ramirez
Cristobal Ramirez, 82, of Grandview died Monday at Walnut Grove Nursing Home in Grandview.
Mr. Ramirez was born in Mercedes, Texas, and moved to Sunnyside in 1966. He worked in the Lower Valley for many years.
Survivors include his wife, Rosa Ramirez of Grandview; his children, Armando Ramirez, Ray Ramirez, Cris Ramirez and Janie Anciso, all of Sunnyside and Tony Garcia of Mabton; a stepdaughter, Gloria Garcia of Grandview; two brothers, Beto Ramirez and Antonio Ramirez of Texas; a sister, Lucy Ramirez of Texas; his ex-wife, Paula Garza of Sunnyside; 15 grandchildren, two step grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Smith Funeral Home, Grandview. Burial will be in the East Prosser Cemetery.
[Published February 24, 2000]

Leonard F. Stratton
Leonard F. Stratton, 83, of Yakima died Saturday at his home.
Mr. Stratton was born in Pillager, Minn. He worked on the Grand Coulee Dam, was a pipefitter at Larsen Air Force Base, worked on the construction and later the maintenance crew of the Weyerhaeuser pulp mill in Everett.
Survivors include his wife, Martha Stratton; his children, Jean Curtis of Yakima, Steven Stratton of Moxee and Pam DeGroot of Marysville, Wash.; a sister, Hazel Johnson of Reading, Pa.; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Cypruss Lawn Memorial Park in Everett. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Lake Stevens Assembly of God Church. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of local arrangements.
[Published February 24, 2000]

David F. Anderson
David F. Anderson, 73, of Moxee died Thursday at his home. 
Mr. Anderson was born in Chicago and moved to Goldendale in 1990 and to Moxee in 1997.
Survivors include his wife, Bernice; and siblings in the Chicago area.
A gathering of remembrance will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Shaw and Sons Funeral Home, Yakima.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Herbert E. Frakes
Herbert E. Frakes, 91, of Yakima died Tuesday at Summitview Health Care Center.
Mr. Frakes was born in Steele, Mo., and served in the U.S. Army. He worked in the construction industry for many years. Survivors include his children, Barbara Lazarus of Silver Spring, Md., and Donald Frakes of Wenatchee; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Tahoma Cemetery. Those planning to attend should meet at the cemetery. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Earl F. Rummel
Earl F. Rummel, 82, formerly of Yakima, died Tuesday, Feb. 15, in Spokane.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret, Spokane; two sons; one daughter; two brothers; and two sisters, Rhea Cady and Carmen Stearns of Yakima.
Memorial services will be at a later date. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Sunnyside, is handling arrangements.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Gus Frank Scheinost
Gus Frank Scheinost, 94, of Yakima died Thursday in Yakima. 
Mr. Scheinost was born in Spencer, Neb., was educated in Yakima and served in the U.S. Navy. He worked for Pacific Fruit and Produce, was manager for True's Oil and retired after 26 years with Stusser Electric Co.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Yakima; a daughter, Linda Penhallegon of Kirkland; a brother, Harry Esgate of Yakima; and two grandchildren.
At his request, no services will be held. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Thelma Aloise Talbot
Thelma Aloise Talbot, 85, of Tonasket, Wash., died Wednesday at Parkside Nursing Care Center in Union Gap.
Mrs. Talbot was born in Waterville, Wash., and moved to Tonasket from the Ellisforde, Wash., area in 1987 and to Yakima in 1999. 
Survivors include a son, Tom of Yakima; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Tonasket Cemetery under the direction of Keith and Keith Funeral Home, Yakima.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Robert 'Bob' E. Talerico
Robert "Bob" E. Talerico, 40, of Cle Elum died Wednesday at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in Yakima.
Mr. Talerico was born in Ellensburg and was educated in Cle Elum. He worked for the Department of Natural Resources and later was a maintenance technician with the Department of Transportation.
Survivors include his wife, Melody of Cle Elum; sons, Garhett and Carson of Cle Elum; a daughter, Taryne of Cle Elum; his parents, Sam and Margaret Talerico of Cle Elum; and a brother, Steve Talerico.
A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Roslyn Eagles Cemetery in Roslyn. A memorial service will follow at 2 p.m. at Calvary Episcopal Church in Roslyn. Cascade Funeral Home, Cle Elum, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Virginia Lee Thompson
Virginia Lee Thompson, 83, of Ellensburg died Thursday in Selah.
Mrs. Thompson was born in Auburn, Wash., and moved to Ellensburg as a child and had lived in Selah for a few months. She worked as a bookkeeper for Model Cleaners in Ellensburg.
Survivors include a daughter, Sandy Barchenger of Selah; a sister, Betty Smith of Cove, Ore.; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Steward and Williams Chapel in Ellensburg.
[Published February 25, 2000]

Steve V. Briske
Steve V. Briske, 88, of Yakima died Wednesday at his home.
Mr. Briske was born in New England, N.D. He was a retired farmer.
Survivors include a sister, Elsie Seal of Yakima; three brothers, Lawrence Briske and Jerry Briski, both of Tacoma, and Edward Briske of New England, N.D.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the Keith & Keith Ninth Avenue Chapel. A memorial service will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Terrace Heights Lutheran Church, 3605 Hillcroft Way. A private graveside service will be Wednesday prior to the memorial service in Terrace Heights Memorial Park. 
[Published February 26, 2000]

Sandra Sue Harvey
Former Yakima resident Sandra Sue Harvey, 50, died Tuesday in Arizona.
Mrs. Harvey was born in Yakima and was raised and educated in Toppenish. She lived in several different places including Denver, Sandy, Ore., and Tucson, Ariz.
Survivors include her husband, William Harvey of Tucson; a son, Gavin Lindberg of Portland; a daughter, Veronica Lindberg of Stevenson; her parents, Jim and Shirly Sandberg of Corvallis, Ore.; two sisters, Kelly Alleckson of Toledo, Ore., and Ginger Coffman of Eugene, Ore.; and two brothers, Steve Sandberg of West Linn, Ore., and Andy Sandberg of Corvallis, Ore. 
Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to noon today. A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. today at the Zillah City Cemetery. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 26, 2000]

Juan Pena Sr.
Juan Pena Sr., 72, of Wapato died Wednesday at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Pena was born in San Benito, Texas, and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked in and around orchards his entire life and was retired from Husch and Husch Orchards in 1985.
Survivors include his wife, Julianna Casas of Wapato; his children, Ida Vasquez and Joe Pena, both of Joliet, Ill., Nora Gonzalez of Toppenish, Olga Vasquez, Robert Pena and David Pena, all of Lubbock, Texas, Noe Pena and Johnny Pena, both of Wapato, Minerva Brown of Union Gap and Viola Parish of Selah; a brother, Tino Tamayosa of Pueblo, Colo.; 20 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.
A vigil service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. An inurnment service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Tahoma Cemetery. Those planning to attend should meet at the cemetery.
[Published February 26, 2000]

Margaret A. Rossman
Margaret A. Rossman, 95, of Sunnyside died Wednesday at Hillcrest Manor in Sunnyside.
Mrs. Rossman was born in Bakersfield, Calif., and was a longtime resident of Sausalito, Calif. She moved to Sunnyside in 1993.
Survivors include a son, Bruce E. Rossman of Mill Valley, Calif.; a daughter, Trude Meadowcroft of Sunnyside; a brother, Leland Earle Ammerman of Brookings, Ore.; a sister, Ruth Dorothy Birch of Gresham, Ore.; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
A graveside inurnment service will be held at a later date in California. Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 26, 2000]

Eric Paul Weddle
Eric Paul Weddle, 30, of Mabton died Wednesday at Sunnyside Community Hospital.
Mr. Weddle was born in Yakima and was educated in Grandview. He was a carpenter for his father's construction company.
Survivors include his parents, Robert and Faye Weddle of Mabton; a brother, Nathan Weddle of Mabton; and his grandmother, Doris Weddle of Outlook.
Visitation will be from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. with a rosary recited at 6 p.m. Sunday at Smith Funeral Home, Grandview. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Interment will follow at the Outlook Cemetery.
[Published February 26, 2000]

Lowell Begalka
Lowell Begalka, 67, of Ellensburg, died Friday at Royal Vista Care Center in Ellensburg.
Mr. Begalka was born Nov. 3, 1932, in Clearlake, S.D., to Louis and Jessica Begalka. He was a farmer and lived in Ellensburg for more than 20 years.
Mr. Begalka is survived by two brothers, Dell Begalka of Wisconsin, and Bruce Begalka of South Dakota. 
No services are planned. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Viola D. Decker
Viola D. Decker, 47, died Saturday at Providence Medical Center in Yakima.
Mrs. Decker was born Aug. 8, 1952, in Olympia, the daughter of Ike F. and Mildred Lewis. She lived in the Yakima area off and on for the past 15 years. She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons, Thomas Decker of Walla Walla, and John Krise Decker of Rainier, Wash.; two daughters, Sally Decker of Mishilwalka, Ind., and Eva Decker of Olympia; and four grandchildren.
Graveside services will be at noon Wednesday at the Leshi Cemetery in Nisqually, Wash. Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Edward Frank Jr.
Edward (Sonny) Frank Jr., "Chuup-Ah-Ly," 51, of Toppenish, died Saturday at Providence Yakima Medical Center.
Mr. Frank was born April 6, 1948, in Nespelem, Wash., to Esther Iukes and Willie Frank Sr. He was a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes. Mr. Frank was employed the past 21 years with the Wapato Irrigation Project and was a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Mr. Frank is survived by his wife, Edith Frank of Toppenish; mother, Esther Thomas of Nespelem; children, Marlene and Tim Sampson, Corky Shippentower, Howard Wahpat, Tony Yocash, and Sabrina Yocash, all of Toppenish; brothers Reggie Frank Sr., Murphy Jack Frank Sr., Nelson Steve Frank Sr., Richard Thomas Jr.; and sisters, Sally Frank, Anita Frank and Esther Gomez. He is also survived by three uncles; one aunt; and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. 
Dressing services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Strate Funeral Home in Grand Coulee. Overnight services will be at the Nez Perce Longhouse in Nespelem, then he will be taken to Owhi Lake Cemetery at sunrise.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Hattie M. Rose
Hattie M. "Pat" Rose, 64, of Prosser, died Friday at Prosser Memorial Nursing Home. 
She was born on Sept. 21, 1935, in Terre Bonne, Ore., to George M. and Juanita M. (Wilson) Hamilton. Mrs. Rose was a homemaker and very active in the Prosser Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Ladies Auxiliary Smith-Runa Post 3207.
Mrs. Rose is survived by her husband, Charlie Rose of Prosser; three sons, Steven of Sugarloaf Key, Fla., Charlie E. of Marysville, Wash., and Kent A. of Burien; three daughters, Cheryle Burdick of Prineville, Ore., Bonnie Myszkowski of Livermore, Calif., and Kim Rose of Okanogan, Wash. She is also survived by four brothers, Marvin Hamilton of Union, Ore, Sam Hamilton of Irrigon, Ore., George Hamilton Jr. of Florence, Ore., and James Hamilton of Portland; and 14 grandchildren.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Prosser Cemetery. Arrangements are being made by Meyers Funeral Home in Prosser.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Verna Smith
Verna Smith, 97, of Yakima, died Friday at Crescent Convalescent Center in Yakima.
Mrs. Smith was born July 19, 1902, in Aberdeen, Wash. She moved to Yakima at the age of 4, and has lived here ever since. She was a homemaker.
At her request, no formal services will be held. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah is in charge of arrangements. 
[Published February 27, 2000]

Mary Louise Walden
Mary Louise Walden, 86, of Sunnyside, died Friday at Hillcrest Manor in Sunnyside.
Mrs. Walden was born Nov. 1, 1913, in St. Louis, Mo., to Chester and Freda Wright. She lived in Sunnyside for 27 years and was a civil service secretary.
She is survived by her husband, Charles of Sunnyside; two daughters, Martha Alice Lord and Christine Louise Walden, both of California; four grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Services are pending. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Sunnyside, is in charge of arrangements. 
[Published February 27, 2000]

Ditterrena Rose St. George
Ditterrena Rose St. George, 89, of Yakima, died Friday at the home of her granddaughter.
Mrs. St. George was born in Moxee. She was named after the founder of Moxee, Phil Ditter, because she was the first baby born in the new town. She was educated at Holy Rosary School, was a homemaker and member of Holy Redeemer Church. 
She is survived by her son, Norman St. George of Yakima; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a brother, Dennis Menard of Yakima.
Vigil services will be at 6 p.m. Monday at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Redeemer Church. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Hollis J. Woodward
Hollis J. Woodward, 74, of Harrah, died Friday at Harmony House in Yakima.
He was born in Washougal, Wash., and came to Toppenish as a small child. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Mr. Woodward worked in fire management, fire control for Natural Resources of the Yakama Indian Nation, as well as for the fisheries there.
He is survived by three sons, Hollis M. Woodward Jr. of Toppenish, Clarence Woodward of White Swan, and Clifford D. Woodward of Olympia; and daughter, Patricia M. Woodward of Harrah. He is also survived by five step-sons, Valentine Braten of Toppenish, Paul Braten of San Jose, Calif., John Braten of Clute, Texas, Adam Braten of Yakima and Clifford Braten of Seattle; 25 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren and foster children.
The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Zillah Chapel of Valley Hills Funeral Home, with burial to follow in Elmwood Cemetery in Toppenish. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 9 a..m. to 8 p.m. at Valley Hills Funeral Home in Zillah, which is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 27, 2000]

Sterling Sparrow-Hawk Kalama
Sterling Sparrow-Hawk Kalama, a Wapato infant born Jan. 6, died Saturday.
He is survived by his parents, Foster Kalama Jr. and Delores Picard, and a brother, Bryson Picard, all of Wapato; his grandparents, Joanna Yallup and Foster Kalama of Wapato; great-grandparents, Wallace and Pauline Yallup of Wapato and Darlene Arizia and George Picard Sr., of Warm Springs, Ore.; and a great-grandmother, Edith Kalama of Warm Springs.
A dressing service will be at 1 p.m. today at the Wapato Longhouse, followed by overnight services under the direction of Merritt Funeral Home, Wapato.
[Published February 28, 2000]

Edith Helen Murdoff
Edith Helen Murdoff, 86, died Saturday at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Born in Weable, Mont., she lived in Yakima County for 80 years.
She is survived by her husband, Earl Murdoff.
A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors in Yakima.
[Published February 28, 2000]

Daniel Eugene Short
Daniel Eugene Short, 35, of Yakima died Friday in Yakima.
A Yakima native who returned to the area 15 years ago, he had worked for Intermountain Cleaning for the last several years.
Survivors include his wife, Catherine Short of Selah; his father, Richard Short of Yakima; his mother, Donna Harrington of Springfield, Ore.; a son, Michael of Colville, Wash.; a sister, DeAnna Short, and two brothers, James Jensen of Springfield, Ore., and Sonny Cooper of Yakima.
A service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home chapel in Yakima. 
[Published February 28, 2000]

Audrey (Baker) Fountaine
Audrey (Baker) Fountaine died Feb. 13 in Seattle.
Mrs. Fountaine was raised and educated in Selah. She lived in Seattle for over 50 years.
Survivors include a son and two daughters; three sisters, Billie Zirkle of Selah and Marian Nawaj and Virginia Ruggiero of California; nine grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be planned later. 
[Published February 29, 2000]

Beatrice Ann Hall
Beatrice Ann Hall, 64, of Pasco died Sunday at the Lourdes Medical Center in Pasco.
Mrs. Hall was born in Seattle and lived in the Tri-Cities area for many years. She raised, trained and showed Arabian horses, and retired to Spokane before returning to the Tri- Cities. 
Survivors include three sons, Earl W. Hall of Purcellville, Va., David B. Hall of Germany and Doug B. Hall of Seattle; a daughter, Ellen L. Weber of Prosser; and 11 grandchildren. 
Meyers Funeral Home, Prosser, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 29, 2000]

James Pedley Kean
James Pedley Kean, 95, died Sunday in Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Kean was born in Mount Vernon, Wash., and lived there until moving to Yakima in 1991. He worked in the real estate and insurance industries.
Survivors include a daughter, Ann Organ of Yakima; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of local arrangements.
[Published February 29, 2000]

Joseph LaPlante
Joseph LaPlante, 79, of Ellensburg died Sunday at Chinook Convalescent Center in Ellensburg.
Mr. LaPlante was born in Reno, Nev., and lived in the Yakima Valley before moving to Ellensburg. He retired as a truck driver from Twin City Foods in Ellensburg.
Survivors include a son, Neil Jordan of Ellensburg; and a daughter, Betty Mottle of Ellensburg. 
No services are scheduled. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah, is in charge of arrangements.
[Published February 29, 2000]

Lillian Richey
Lillian Richey, 81, of Yakima died Sunday in her home.
Mrs. Richey was born in Yakima and was educated in Naches and Yakima. She lived in the Nile Valley before returning to Yakima and was the librarian at the Nile Library.
Survivors include her husband, Lewis "Bus" Richey; a son, Douglas L. Richey; a daughter, Gloria Fish of Yakima; a sister, Helen Glidewell of Randle, Wash.; two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. 
The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Shaw and Sons Funeral Chapel. Concluding service and burial will follow in the Naches Cemetery. There will be a memorial fellowship and meal provided by the Nile Valley Community Church. 
[Published February 29, 2000]

Dessie Shifflett
Dessie Shifflett, 79, of Buena died Friday at El Paso, Texas.
Mrs. Shifflett was born in Kleene, Texas, and moved to the Yakima Valley in 1979. She was a fruit harvester.
Survivors include two sons, David O. "Sonny" Shifflett Jr. of Buena, and Ronnie Shifflett of Sunnyside; a daughter, Betty Yeatman of El Paso, Texas; a brother, Clyde Lee Wyatt of Sweetwater, Texas; and 22 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
A graveside funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Terrace Heights Memorial Park in Yakima. Viewing and visitation will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside.
[Published February 29, 2000]

Patricia Jean Shurtleff
Patricia Jean Shurtleff, 55, of Selah died Saturday.
Mrs. Shurtleff was born in Fillmore, Utah. She had lived in Tacoma before moving to Selah and had worked for the Bureau of Reclamation.
Survivors include her mother, Beth Yarbrough of Puyallup, Wash.; her husband, Kent Shurtleff of Selah; a son, Brett Shurtleff of Selah; a daughter, Kim Richards of Deer Lodge, Mont.; a brother, Mike Yarbrough of Kelso, Wash.; and two grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Keith & Keith's Ninth Avenue Chapel. The funeral will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at Keith & Keith's Terrace Heights Chapel, concluding with committal at Terrace Heights Memorial Park. 
[Published February 29, 2000]

John Stefanich
John Stefanich, 77, of Snoqualmie Falls, Wash., died Friday at Garden Village Nursing Home in Yakima.
Mr. Stefanich was born, raised and educated in Cle Elum. Hs served in the U.S. Army, worked for Miller Lumber Company in Cle Elum and retired from Weyerhaeuser Mill in Snoqualmie Falls.
Survivors include two nephews, Dennis Reay of Wenatchee, and Frank Reay of Cle Elum; and a niece, Bonnie Reay of Seattle.
A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Laurel Hill Memorial Park in Cle Elum. Cascade Funeral Home, Cle Elum, is in charge of arrangements. 
[Published February 29, 2000]

Lilis C. Sundquist
Lilis C. Sundquist, 83, of Yakima died Monday at Good Samaritan Health Care Center.
Mrs. Sundquist was born in Preston, Idaho. She was a housewife and homemaker.
Survivors include a daughter, Judy Browning of Yakima; a son, Dick Sundquist of Yakima; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Langevin Mussetter Funeral Home. Burial will follow at West Hills Memorial Park. 
[Published February 29, 2000]


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