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Elizabeth Evans (Koerner)
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Grace Ewing (Peek)
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Retired - Homemaker/Teacher Married 2
Spouse:  John
Children:  2 Sons
Grandchildren:  5 Grandsons and 1 Granddaughter
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Reading, gardening, needlework/sewing, genealogy.

Grace and John met while students at Washington State University in Pullman. After earning their degrees in Home Economics Education for Grace and Forestry and Land Management for John, they were married June 29, 1963 in Walla Walla. Along with his diploma, John received a draft notice so he joined the U.S. Air Force and completed Officers Training School. He served a twenty year career in aircraft maintenance and minuteman missile launch and codes divisions. Grace and John enjoyed their opportunity to travel and experience new places during eight transfer assignments.
 
Grace and John have two terrific sons who were both born overseas in Izmir, Turkey during John’s 1966-68 assignment there. Their older son Martin and his wife Julia live in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Marty is in the Army National Guard and is on his third deployment. Their six grandchildren – Matthew, David, Kyle, Keith, Only Ruth, and Zachary – ages 22 to 14 – are in college and high school. Their younger son Andrew and his wife Wendy live near Iowa City, Iowa. Andy has his PhD in genetics and works in research.
 
Grace has taught high school and Junior High in Georgia and North Dakota and also worked as office manager for a contractor in California. Following John’s military career he did a second career as an engineer for an aerospace company in California and Utah. After retirement John and Grace returned to Washington in 2003 settling in Walla Walla. They travel frequently in their motor home and enjoy the leisure of their country home. They are both actively involved in church activities. John and Grace have enjoyed a good life and the adventure continues.
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Ronald Farley
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Ronald Farley
Nov. 20, 1939 - April 3, 2011
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Ronald D. Farley, 71, of Sunnyside, Washington, and long-time Milton-Freewater resident passed away suddenly on Sunday, April 3, 2011, of an apparent heart attack.
 
Ron was born on Nov. 20, 1939, in Powell, Wyoming, the son of Harold Farley and Frances Farley-Cruthirds.  He worked for several years for Bailey/Farley Farms and later for P.G.G. in Milton-Freewater until retiring in 2008.  In 2010, Ron and Marlene moved to Sunnyside to be close to daughter, Kari Miller.
 
Ron is survived by his loving wife, Marlene of Sunnyside, Wash.; two daughters, Kari Miller and husband, Tyler of Sunnyside, Wash., and Stefanie Farley of Meridan, Idaho; one grandson, Matthew Miller of Sunnyside; two brothers, Lee Farley of Sun River, Oregon, and Dennis Farley of The Dalles, Oregon; one sister, Fran Rushing of Walla Walla.  He is preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Carolee Farley; and one brother, Wes Farley.
 
Viewing was held on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 in Sunnyside, Wash.  There was no formal funeral service and a memorial book was available at www.funeralhomesmith.com .
Patty Farmer (Mize)
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Kelly Farris
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Married 2
Spouse:  Else
Children:  2 Sons
Activities/Hobbies:  Golf & Soccer

Attended the University of Washington and Juilliard, majoring in violin performance, one year as a sixth man on the Husky golf team.
 
Worked at Radio City in New York City Ballet Orchestra while in school.
 
US Army Band Strolling Strings, playing at White House state dinners.
 
Professor of Music at Eastern Washington University and Concertmaster of the Spokane Symphony for many years.
 
Currently playing regularly with Seattle Symphony and Seattle Opera.
 
Married Else in Denmark in 1967; our two sons and two grandsons also now living in Seattle.
 
Still playing a little golf and soccer.
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Betty Faust (Gradwohl)
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teacher, mother, grandmother, semi-retired Married 4
I married my high school sweetheart and best friend, Richard Gradwohl while at WSU. We will be celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary next year. I taught school a few years, stayed home and raised 4 boys, substituted, and enjoyed 10 years as a parapro in special education at Blue Ridge elementary in Walla Walla.  Dick was in the Army and spent time in Alaska, Hawaii, VietNam and in Georgia. We felt blessed to have him safely home from VietNam. The Army gave us an opportunity to travel and prepare for the life in retirement. We are a loving family with 4 wonderful sons who chose 4 wonderful wives and have given us 7 beautiful, energetic grandchildren. We love to share with them. I enjoy doing a little bit of everything, and serving when needed with my family and my church. 
Judy Fenner (Drury)
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Myron Ferguson
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In Loving Memory

Myron S. Ferguson

Myron S. Ferguson passed away on May 10, 2017 following a courageous battle with mesothelioma, a rare lung cancer. He was surrounded by his loved ones as he went to his final resting place.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Mable and Philip Ferguson and is survived by his wife of 53 years, Margie; three children Michele (Gene) McCarl, Gina (Paul) Cilvik, Matthew (Jodi) Ferguson; and 9 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild on the way.

He started his welding career at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock and Lockheed Shipyards welding on Navy ships during 1963-1965. He also worked at Reynard Manufacturing, and Washington Ironworks. He moved his family back to Walla Walla in 1970 and went to work for Cascade Natural Gas Company. In 1974 he started teaching welding at Walla Walla Community College and retired in 2000. He was loved and respected by his students who to this day still continued to visit and keep in touch.

He greeted everyone with a warm smile and a handshake and always gave everyone the benefit of the doubt. He took great pride in keeping the homestead well manicured and loved his happy place at the family cabin in the blue mountains. He will be missed by all who loved and knew him.

Viewing will be from 3-6 pm on Sunday, May 14th and services on Monday, May 15 at 2:00pm at Mountain View - Colonial DeWitt followed by graveside services at Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center through the funeral home. Friends and family may share memories and sign the online guestbook at www.mountainview-colonialdewitt.com

Marlene M Filan (Berg)
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Delwyn G Fisher
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DECEASED Delwyn Glen Fisher, 70, a resident of Colorado Springs since 1968, passed away on August 25, 2011. Delwyn was born on March 15, 1941 at Walla Walla, Washington, a son of the late Glen R. and Irene Kennedy Fisher. He graduated from Walla Walla High School. After high school he joined the Army and was sent to Germany where he met his future wife, Elfriede Berta Esenwein and they were married in 1962. Delwyn was a member of Sunnyside Christian Church. He enjoyed fishing, camping and boating. He was the former owner/operator of Pikes Peak Floral. He was also a retired painter. Delwyn is survived by his wife, Elfriede, 3 daughters, Kimberly (Marcos)Mendivil, Acacia Fisher and Alissa Fisher, a sister, Cheryl (Lyle) Lutton and her family. He was also preceded in death by his son, Kevin Fisher. Visitation was August 28 at Evergreen Funeral Home and funeral services at Evergreen chapel with interment at Evergreen cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Pikes Peak Hospice 825 E. Pikes Peaks, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Published in The Gazette on Aug. 27, 2011
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