OFA Good on hips. 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. She was a member of the Orofino Christian Church for all the 55 years she lived in Orofino, serving on the board, teaching Sunday school, participating in Christian Women's Fellowship, and serving the Lord in innumerable other ways. (Except, when Rex said it, there would be a string of swear words instead of an exclamation point.). She was very active in the Democratic Party (and if she believed in the person, even the Republican Party) and continued to make a difference throughout her life. His first teaching job was at Sacajawea Junior High in 1959. After Ken's passing in 2012, she continued to live in Grangeville, where she met her companion, Bill Carlson, who she cared for deeply up until the end. Condolences can be sent to PO Box 574, Grangeville, ID 83530 or you may submit them online at blackmerfuneralhome.com. Janice Lorraine Noble Groseclose was born July 22, 1947, to Charles and Phyllis Noble, in Moscow. She was preceded in death by 10 of her siblings. Kathy married Clifford E. Hubbart in August 1969. Our father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Frank Braucher, passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2020, from complications of Parkinson's. Bob rebuilt many cars, the last of which was his '65 red Chevy Malibu, which we took to many a car show. During the years in Orofino, Oliver worked for the state forestry service. John's favorite color was red and you could often find him running around wearing only his helmet and favorite PJ Masks underwear. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Lewis-Clark Memorial Gardens in Lewiston. Al and Ocie's journey was very nearly a "Grapes of Wrath" experience. Everyone was his favorite. Bob has been laid to rest in the Normal Hill Cemetery in the Knutson plot. He had a wonderful sense of humor and told incredible stories with his unique, entertaining, tall tale twist. In the 1990s, Sue began to embrace her Jewish heritage singing with Temple Israel, Duluth choir in conjunction with her Episcopal faith. Vicki is survived by her husband, Clark, her son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Alicia Owsley of Brooklyn, NY, her grandson, Brandon Jones and her sister and husband, Pam and Mike Bessent of Boise. 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. Michael E. Topping, 62, of Lewiston, passed away Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020, at his home in Lewiston, after a two-year battle with cancer. He was adamant that he instilled this into his children. We are comforted in knowing his suffering is over and he is with them. A very special thank you to Lewiston Cancer Center staff, nurses and Dr. Clinton Morgan. She encouraged others to do the same. They were married June 6, 1964, in Ellensburg. He continued to do this to the very end. Cremation will take place and, per her longtime wishes, no services will be held. He would happily lend his resources and capabilities to anyone in need and he always had a story to lighten the mood. Eugene served in the US Army from 1949 to 1952. The legacy she leaves behind is her unwavering love for Jesus, her family and friends, her Church and the Community of Orofino. Can accommodate four peoples(2 double beds). She is also survived by her sister, Dorothy Daleiden, St. Michaels, MN; and sisters-in-law, Opal Boisvert, Spring Lake Park, MN, and Lucille Hubner, Motley, MN., along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He is survived by his wife Vicky of Spokane; his three children, Matt (Rachel) Burgess of Wellsville, UT; daughters, Jenni of Lewiston and Tricia (Kris) Waide of Lewiston; 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren; his brother Ford (Sue) and their two children and his twin brother Claude (Terri, deceased) and their two children. They lived in Newel and Rapid City, S.D., Lakota, N.D., and Clarkston, following construction. After retirement, he was actively involved in the National Education Association, Marine Corps Reserve Association, Fleet Reserve Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, the Marine Corps League, Grace Lutheran Church and the North Idaho Senior Games. Perhaps you'd like to talk ... To let in Rose-Hill, Mauritius, Indian Ocean. Robeson Wing calls informing us that Edra's "Energizer juice" needed replenishing will be missed. They had four children. He attended Ricks College, fished at Henry's Lake and Island Park Reservoir, played Pinochle at the Rexburg Boat Club, coached a championship little league team and zealously hunted Jefferson County rabbits. If you had the pleasure of knowing Cecilia, you almost certainly also know of her family. He loved classical music, especially operas. He was extremely intelligent, and one of his favorite pastimes was reading. Tyler was involved in Knowledge Bowl every year and was a founder of the EPIC club. Together with daughter Jeanette they formed a group that gave high school students a chance to travel to some very historical places across the U.S. Gary was awarded a Purple Heart among numerous honors awarded. Come and visit our site, already thousands of classified ads await you ... What are you waiting for? Janice Lorraine Noble Groseclose, 73, formerly of Southwick. She was actively involved with several organizations, Delta Kappa Gamma, Retired Teachers, National Educators Association, Presbyterian Woman, Lions Club and proudly the Idaho Democrats. Zada Mae Woodruff passed away Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020, at Royal Plaza Care Center in Lewiston of natural causes. Rosemary was preceded in death by five brothers, Ted, Barney, Eugene, Bill and James; and two granddaughters, Katie Madson and Kari Doggett. He then joined the labor union and worked several jobs in the Lewiston area. and Rotary Club. Art married the love of his life, Darlene F. Reuben in 1963, moving to Spokane, WA, shortly after where they raised eight children together. She was the third child born to Noah and Elizabeth Woodard and joined brother William 'Bill' and sister, Helen. He was born to Walter "Nim" Abel McAtty and Teri Sampson Littleman on Dec. 14, 1979, at St. Joseph's Hospital. Their daughter, Gena Lynn, was born in Sheridan, MT. Gary D. Forsey Sr., 85, of Lewiston, passed away Saturday, May 23, 2020, at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston. In 1986, Kathy fell head over heels in love with Bernese Mountain Dogs. Bought 15th October 2019 at Conforma, guaranteed for 2 years. The Seahawks were his team; he rarely missed watching them play. His joy for life was infectious and he shared his happiness with all who were around. Chris was born to Baptist and Elsie Plourde Oct. 7, 1945, in Stambaugh, MI, and spent her early childhood in the beautiful Upper Peninsula until she was nine years old, at which time the family moved to Idaho, her father following the logging profession. His children continue to carry on those outdoor traditions with their families, passing down the legacy of his love of the outdoors. Burial will follow at the Keuterville Cemetery. The Australian Cattle Dog we know today can trace its roots back to the wild Dingoes of Australia. She leaves behind her sister, Marie Vanderpool; daughter, Sylvia Peters; son-in-law, David Goetz; and grandchildren and spouses, Edwin & Tricia Ostroot, Mark & Michelle Ostroot, Amber & Matt Steigelman, Toni & Dan Broyles, Tami Goetz & Jen Jackson, Courtney & Geoff Soderquist, Jason Thiessen and Theresa Thiessen; in addition to great grandchildren, nieces and nephews she also cherished. He is survived by his mother, Teresa (Lawren) Harper of Elk River, ID; his step-mother, Julie Semler of Colton; sister, Leesa Semler of Moscow, ID; his nieces and nephews Kayden, Michaela, Jessica Semler and Weston Olesen and numerous cousins. Levi loved to be an artist. She will be buried with her daughter and late husband at Mountain View Funeral Home in Lewiston. Lee was very personable to her customers, greeting them with her wide smile even after standing all day long. He could never make peace with that. It provides a blog engine and a framework for Web application development. Artists Premium is an artistic and event agency specializing in artistic production and organization of shows. In May of 1939, she was taken to live the William Fortin family near in Fenn, Idaho. She was later transferred to Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation Center. Daughter, Sherry, and son, Tom, were born in 1950 and 1952, respectively, and Sandy would come along in 1954. Dad and Dorothy Marie Bower were married June 14, 1965, gaining three children from this union: Tom, Peggy and Russ. He was a kind and generous father, grandfather and great-grandfather. John played sports all through high school, including basketball and football, and was the quarterback on a six-man state championship football team for Elk River High School from 1951-53. In 1940, she married James Buel Williams of Grangeville and the two proudly ranched in the area for over 60 years. They spent the next 26 years with the Navy. He was a masterful storyteller and shared his life with those who wished to listen while he spun his tales. He was born Sept. 4, 1975, in Berrien Springs, MI, to Diane (Clayville) Wells and Warren Blanck. Unable to get a teaching and coaching position right out of college, Harley went to work in the laboratory at the Potlatch Forests Inc. paper mill. You may submit condolences to the family to, Malcom's Brower-Wann Funeral Home of Lewiston is in charge of arrangements. Edith C. Vannoy, 105, formerly of Cavendish. Her mother, 'Beth', a great role model, worked multiple jobs to support herself and her three children. Soon after, Potlatch Corp. in Headquarters shut down and they moved back to Lewiston to raise their family. Scottsdale, AZ for the warmth of the winter and the Hope, ID Peninsula for their lakeside play. They had four children, Jay, Theresa, Robert and Willy. On June 9, 1951, she married her high school sweetheart, Cecil 'Luke' Aldrich, a young woodsman from Kootenai, ID. Beverly May Stobie, 78, died Nov. 2, 2020, at her home in Lewiston. An intrepid crotchetier, she spent countless hours creating elaborate afghans for her children and grandchildren. He retired in 1993 and enjoyed gardening at his Clarkston home, travel, genealogy and family. She will continue on with us all through memories, and we will carry her in our hearts. Skip and Arlyce moved the three children to Peck, Idaho in 1975 where he was employed by Nez Perce County. Gage Frizzel,l 21 of Couer D Alene and formerly of Stites died March 10, 2020 near Hauser, ID. He loved to laugh and make others laugh. She always had a love for food and was never shy if she didn't like it. She was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Lyla; her son, Greg; her sister, Marie; and her brothers, Jay, Rick, Alan, Ted and Floyd. The funeral was held Wednesday, Feb. 5, at Orchards United Methodist Church, 1213 Burrell Ave., Lewiston. There will be a public viewing at Vassar Rawls Funeral Home from 4-7 p.m. Jan. 22, and a private graveside service will be held the next day. She spent most of her young life there and attended Orofino High School. Dave was preceded in death by both parents. She has one aunt and sisters living, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Dick Nichols, who Chuck also considered a brother, was a big part of his life, along with his in-laws, Leonard Cole, Carolyn Cuddy and Jeanie Nichols. Lillian O. Murdock (Barber) passed away peacefully at home in Clarkston Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020, at the age of 76. They returned to Lewiston in 2017, and he continued working as a corrections officer for the Idaho Department of Correction, where he retired after a couple of years. She was married to Buford Cordell Neal from June 15, 1968, until his passing, March 20, 2010. He liked to do picture puzzles and wanted to be remembered as a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather. In June 2000, he moved with his mom to Orofino and started working for Opportunities Unlimited Inc. in Lewiston, They later moved to Lewiston in 2008, and he retired from OUI in 2013. Mountain View Funeral Home of Lewiston is assisting the family. She was born in Weippe, Idaho on Aug. 5, 1928 to Denver Snyder and Sylvia (Teed) Snyder. He had friends everywhere he went. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory in Orofino is in charge of the arrangements. He also owned a home business, Peel's Tax Service. Mary Jane Helt Konkol, 83, resident of Lewiston, and the beloved wife of Don Konkol, formerly of Konkolville, Idaho, passed away Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, in Lewiston. Her passion for reading led to her membership on the Lewiston City Library Board that sparked the approval and construction of the new library and her delivery of library books to the homebound until physical infirmities intervened. Here at Summerfield Mini Bernedoodles, we are Bernedoodle breeders of both Miniature Bernedoodles and Toy Bernedoodles.All of our current Bernedoodle puppies are F1 Mini Bernedoodles.We breed our Bernedoodle puppies at our Florida farm.If you are looking for Bernedoodles for sale in Florida or even anywhere in the country, we can help you. His grandfather, L. J. Southwick, was a county commissioner in Nez Perce County in the 1920s and his father, C.A. One of her watercolors is part of the Members Collection in the Tweed Museum of Art. She married Sylvester Czmowski Oct. 24, 1953, in Waubay. His stories and anecdotes will be memorialized. Oliver and Blanche were married for 58 years. Her cousins, Harvey Gotliffe and Shirley Halpern; her nephews, Ed and Jeff Fine; niece Judy Berkman; and their families remain to honor Mom's memory. Perfect condition. Sue's friends are welcome to visit Sue and Howard's resting place in Forest Hills Cemetery, Duluth after July 27. They purchased a piece of land in Juliaetta that is now known as Brown's Addition. Ronald Eugene Kerby was born in Orofino, on May 4, 1938. He attended Lewis-Clark State College, where he completed an auto mechanic program. Lillian loved the military, her country and family. They are incredible. His family would like you to join them from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon, March 1, at the Lewiston Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, 1104 Warner Ave. Food and beverages will be served. Eventually, I rode on the back with him all over the country. She was an active member of the women's group, sang in the choir and taught Sunday school for many years. Through her life, she had lived in Orofino, Clarkston, Cottonwood Creek and finally in Lewiston. Cecilia graduated from Orofino High School in 1943. She was born May 17, 1933, to Victor and Velva Haag, in Lenore. He was drafted into the U.S. Army after the Korean War and served two years. Mar 19, 2019 - 26 â€“ Atjazz, N'dinga Gaba, Sahffi â€“ Summer Breeze (Atjazz Main Mix) 6:30 / 125bpm. In 1994, Oliver retired from pastoring and built a retirement home on Angel Ridge Road, above Peck. She was 82. In 1963, she was joined with a brother, Nick, and a sister, Cheri. Cecilia's family is forever grateful for the excellent end-of-life care provided by the staff at Golden Girls. A special thank you to Dr. Martin for his continued care, kindness and support during Edra's roller-coaster ride of life. He pursued his career as an explosives worker. He was full of forgiveness and never held a grudge. A rosary will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 22, at All Saints Catholic Church, 3330 14th St., Lewiston, followed by an 11 a.m. service. She spent time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It's Rene. Rex worked for various shops and contractors for the next 25 years, initially as a plumber, and later as a pipefitter. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lewis-Clark Valley, 1021 Burrell Ave., Lewiston, ID 83501. Eva had a lifelong friend, Mardell Kubitza and they spent many times of laughter and joy. He spent that time camping, fishing and spending the evenings telling stories. He is survived by his children, Michael G. "Mike" McHargue (Audra), of Enoch, UT, Scott McHargue (Brandi), of Lewiston, Molly McHargue Larson (John), of Asotin, WA, and Cari Taylor (Tracy), of Lewiston; granddaughters, Maggy McHargue Jones, Parker Hollingshead and Lexington Larson; grandsons Thane McHargue, Jordan Hollingshead, Logan Taylor and Jackson Taylor; and great-grandchildren Hudson and Reagan Jones. Gary was a member of multiple organizations, including Orchards Community Church (1974-89), the Lewiston-Orofino-Clarkston Bowling Association (1974-95), Lewiston's Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge 631 (1979-present), American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Senior Citizen Bridge League. She was preceded in death by both parents; infant son, Eric Arnzen; daughter, Linda Wilson; and stepson, Fenton Hubbart. Their senior year they made a pact and were co-captains of football and basketball together. Lillian O. Murdock (Barber), 76, formerly of Orofino. She was one of 13 siblings in this wonderfully full household. Almost the entirety of his working life was spent in the timber industry working both for others and he also had a company with his sons until he retired in 2019. Nancy taught at Mountain Home AFB and then moved to the Meridian School District in 1968. She loved teaching children and her fellow educators. He shared many experiences with them, starting from middle school, including Nick, Spencer, Tyler, Josh and Jerry in Lewiston, and Zoel and Hayden in Pullman. He is preceded in death by his parents; and wife, Virginia. His sense of humor and enjoyment of life was an inspiration to many. He also became a USA/Canadian dual citizen. 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. He was very proud of the construction projects he supervised and the structures he built. 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. An event to celebrate her life will be scheduled later. Evelyn was a longtime Clearwater County resident. Evelyn attended Lady of Lourdes Parochial Grade School and graduated from Little Falls High School in 1949. Box 1173, Orofino, ID 83544. At Clyde's request cremation has taken place and there will be a small private family service. He attended the University of Idaho with partial financial support due to his military service. After high school, Hilda spent a year with relatives in Wilmington, CA, and worked at Woolworth's. He proudly proclaimed to the world who his children and grandchildren were. They also helped raise a niece, Natalie, who always called Bob her dad. When she was six, Delores dropped out of school for the first time to be home-schooled when the family moved into a two-room log house on Rhodes Creek, 2½ miles from Pierce. She became a beautician and owned Cleo's Beauty Lounge. 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. He was tiny but healthy and quickly grew, making up his size in no time. Once she decided to go back to school for her masters, Nancy and Joe welcomed their second daughter, Kathleen Sue in 1969. We wish to say a special thank you to Dr. Kumar and his staff at Lewis-Clark Kidney Center for their kindness to and care of Bill. A graveside service for Margie is being planned. Please sign the online guestbook at merchantfuneralhome.com. Christine A. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel of Orofino is in charge of arrangements. In addition, she is survived by 11 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren, and her first great-great-grandchild is on the way in June. Len thoroughly enjoyed meeting the people that sought his tax preparation services. Verna Elvira Neal, 87, of Clarkston, WA, passed away Thursday, April 23, 2020, at Life Care Center of Lewiston because of the coronavirus. He also made friends, and even a work family, with his co-workers, who loved him dearly and appreciated his dedication and amazing work ethic and his kind and often humorous personality. 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. Rex is survived by his sister, Sharon Baker; children Michael Astorga (married to Jacquie), of Seal Beach, CA, and Gina Lohman (married to Steve), of Lewiston; as well as his grandchildren, Hayden, Rayla, Dillon and Evan. He and Willie divorced in 1966, and Bob and children moved to Lewiston where he began yet another chapter in his life. The manufacturer's representative asked the job superintendent who would be the best man to put in charge of unloading the very large and delicate vessel. His love of wood working showed in the beautiful custom cabinetry he crafted. In their later years, Mom and Dad sold the home place and moved to a smaller place on Sweetwater Creek. Diana earned her bachelor's degree from Lewis-Clark State College in 1990. Mom and Dad lived in Craigmont for a couple of years before they bought a small farm/ranch overlooking Sweetwater in 1967. They had three sons, Keith (deceased), Ken and Dave. He did this while also farming and ranching the home place and another small farm/ranch that Mom and Dad leased with Connie and Larry Vallem. In all, she spent 35 years as a legal secretary. His life and childhood began in Colfax, WA. Edith's hobby was making dolls with clay heads and hands complete with elaborate costumes and furniture. She loved growing flowers and maintained a beautiful yard. They were married for 62 years and made their home in many places, including Weippe; Sheridan, WY; Missoula, St. Regis, Helmville and Great Falls Montana; for the past 22 years in Anchorage and Wasilla Alaska. Find Pekingese Dog Breeders in Naples. Robert retired while in Hawaii (1981), moving then to the Juliaetta/Kendrick area. A very special thank you to all who gave her such tender care at Lewiston Transitional Care of Cascadia. Irma married Philip B. Abell on June 12, 1942, in Grangeville. Lee is survived by Patti Steffes-Marsh, of Clarkston, WA; son Francis "FJ" Jr. (Candi), of Boise; Kent (Tammy), of Lancaster, CA; eight grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. UNK the , . Extendable dining table in glass with 4 white chairs 180 → 240 x 100 x 75 cm In excellent condition. She married Phil Koler on Oct. 1, 2011. Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, Robert received the final step of that wish, and breathed his final breath with Della and grandson Rick Haynes by his side. Marvel was preceded in death by her parents and by her husband of 60 years, Paul Frederick Muhonen. She was born on Nov. 7, 2004 in Lewiston. Roxanna Celesta Wells, 101, worked in Headquarters, at Jaype. A gathering of friends and family will take place at the Grangeville Gun Club as soon as conditions permit. He passed on their 13th anniversary. Selling as we are moving. Services will be held at a later date. He taught both his children math at the junior high in Eastmont. He was the youngest of four boys born to Gilbert and Edna Dahl. As the seasons changed, we harvested the garden to prepare for the canning process that would help us through the winter months. He has fought and won so many medical obstacles thrown his way since his 1978 logging accident. In 1958, he married Carole Gill. This was in true 'Jack' form as he always did things in his own time. The mischievous little guy was loved dearly by his brothers and sisters. The twins are survived by their parents, Hannah and Chance; grandparents, Tessie Carr, Casey Eaton, and DJ Hueth; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, other family members and friends. Terri was a great cook whether she was making dinner at home, making meals for the school or their hunting camp cook - dinner was always on the table. Mary Ann was a stay-at-home mom and enjoyed sewing, crafts and spending time with their dogs. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and community. In May 1977, she married William H. Schmadeka, who survives her at the family home. He then moved to Seattle, WA, where he attended the University of Washington and spent one summer working as a guide at the 1992 World's Fair for the U.S. Space Center Pavilion. Leonard Alva Peel, 84, went home to the Lord Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, at his home in Lewiston. In 1969 the family moved to a ranch in the Wells Bench community. Kathy loved her family, her animals (including her annoying goose! She loved to travel with her friends in Beulah (motorhome) and with Beulah they normally had an adventure that included a membership to AAA and stories we will still hear about today. To be collected in Lamentin Table ... 4 white chairs bought 15 Octobre 2019 at Conforma; guaranteed 2 years. At the 16th annual Lewis-Clark State College Native American Awareness Week, the Native American Club 2002-03 awarded Bessie the Lifetime Achievement Award. Jack worked in furniture sales and was well known and respected throughout the Treasure Valley for his salesmanship. She was an avid baker and great cook. They spent many years enjoying the Clearwater Valley and the many friendships they made while there. One of his favorites was Wallowa, OR. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Peggy (Dempsey) Clayville; grandfather Roberty Clayville; and uncle Doug Clayville. Bessie Scott received the Nez Perce Tribal Woman Elder of the Year in 2012. The boys were preceded in death by their grandfather, Shawn Carr. In 1950, she married Dave Clayton. The young family moved back to Clarkston four months later, and Harley spurned an offer to play football for Washington State College in favor of the University of Idaho. Craig was at his best when spending time outdoors. Mike McHargue, 78, Dworshak Dam construction worker. They moved to Craigmont in 1959, where they made their home. He loved being outdoors, fishing, collecting and shooting guns, playing video games - often doing these things with his brothers and his friends. Eva was preceded in death by both her biological and adoptive parents. He is survived by his mother, Asia Ehlinger; father, Donny Sherard; brothers, Alexander Powers, Brian, Aaron & Kevin Sherard; grandparents, Debra & Russell Ehlinger and Josephine Sherard; Uncle Aaron; as well as many other aunts, uncles and cousins. Sue fully embraced sailing and race nights. Please sign the online guestbook at www.malcomsfuneralhome.com. Nothing pleased her more than to boast of their accomplishments. He was a flutist. She is also survived by three stepdaughters, Cerie Thoren and partner Joann Schmid, of Tenino, WA, Carlynne Gehring and her husband, Doug, of Spokane, Charlotte Hoffman and partner Paul Water, of Potlatch; three step-grandchildren; and three step-great-grandchildren; four nieces and three nephews and their families. Please send condolences to the family via Toni Broyles, P.O. He is survived by his wife, Darlene Reuben; sons Seymour and Arthur Jr. (Junior); daughters Shelly, Sharmain, Sharlee, Sherry, Sophie, Darlene; brothers Steven Reuben, Thomas Reuben; sister Darlene (Novak) Reuben; and countless grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Befitting Jean's love of summertime and lazing at the river beach, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. She would appreciate that. Ron Kerby went to Heaven on Dec. 18, 2020. Please sign the online guestbook at, Please visit the online guestbook and leave a condolence at. One of their highlights was camping and fishing on the North Fork as a family. She is survived by her husband, Robert Leger, of Lewiston; son, Roger Leger, of Seattle, WA; daughter, Angelia Lemm, of Logan, UT; granddaughter Mikayla Porath, of Smithfield, UT; grandson Skylar Lemm, of Logan, UT; and sister Sandra Kelley, of Orofino. She was not afraid to do what needed done; once, while working on an electrical outlet, something went wrong and sparks flew. He is survived by his wife, Gloria at the family home in Clearwater; two children, Darin (Patricia) Jacks of Peck, and Serena (Bill) Jackson of Clearwater. We love you, dad. Thomas, made evident by wearing out one vinyl record, two cassette tapes and one CD. He became a Sergeant for the Orofino Police Department, a deputy for the Clearwater Sheriff's Office, and a deputy for the Custer County Sheriff's Office. 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