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Bill Houchin
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Anne Howells
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Joanne Hoxie (Sommers)
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Larry Hoy
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Larry Frederick Hoy, 55, of 313 N. Palouse Street, died at his home Dec. 29, 1996.
Larry was born Feb. 19, 1941, in Walla Walla to Edward W. and Alice Howe Hoy.  He attended Baker Elementary and Pioneer Junior High schools and graduated in 1959 from Walla Walla High School.

In February 1964 he married Ramona J. Hoff in Walla Walla; they later divorced.  he worked at the Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office 17 years, first as a deputy sheriff on patrol and later as a jailer.

In May 1981 he married Joyce Wilcox in Walla Walla; they later divorced.  From 1982-87 he worked at Whitman College in food service.  From August 1987 to December 1989 he owned the Quik Stop Lunch Shop.  He was a chef at the Modern Cafe and operated the cafeteria at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Larry collected old radio shows and records, and provided a lending resource to colleges, Little Theater, radio stations and other organizations.  He was a member of BPOE No. 287 and Walla Walla County Deputy Sheriff's Association and was a past president and charter member of Washington State Jailer's Association.

Surviving are three daughters, Desiree Aulai of Portland, Tonya Hoy of Walla Walla and Alicia Renee Hoy of Ephrata, WA; three sons, Larry Hoy of Walla Walla, Stephen Hoy of Portland and Larry Hoy II of Ephrata; his mother, of walla Walla; a sister, Barbara Hoy Kjeldsen of Kokomo, Ind.; a brother, Ronald Hoy of Ithaca, NY; two grandchildren; three nieces and nephews and several half-nieces and -nephews.  His father preceded him in death.
(note: from obit dated 1996)
Gary Hull
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Douglas Hutcheson
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Laddie Hutchins
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Retired - Corrections Married 4
Spouse:  Cheryl
Children:  3 sons & 1 Daughter
Grandchildren:  6 Grandsons & 1 Granddaughter
Activities/Hobbies:  Hunting & Fishing

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Alden Allen Hutchins May 21, 1941 - October 23, 2016

Alden Allen Hutchins passed away Oct. 23, 2016, at the age of 75.  Alden was born to Allen and Nora Hutchins in Montana.  He went to Walla Walla High School and graduated in 1959.
He entered into the Army in 1962, and got out in 1967.  Alden also attended WWCC.  He worked at the Washington Penitentiary for several years until retirement.  Alden loved baseball, fishing, hunting and spending time with his family.
He is survived by his wife, Cheryl; son, Jeremy (Heather) of Walla Walla, two step-children, Tanya and Darin Mercado of Walla Walla; brother, Stan; sisters, Noralea, Lori, and Jeanie; seven grandchildren, Dalton, Dylan, and Jenna Hutchins, Bobby, Brandon, Jessica and Logan Mercado, who reside in Walla Walla; great-granddaughter, Issabella of Tri-Cities.
 
Dan Ingstad
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U-B Monday, August 11, 1958
Lake Claims Wa-Hi Youth

Dan Ingstad, a 17-year-old honor student at Walla Walla High School, drowned Sunday afternoon in Horshoe Lake, in spite of his companion's desperate attempts to save his life.  He had been on a camping vacation.  Horshoe Lake is off the west fork of the Wallowa River, above Wallowa Lake.

Dan was born May 6, 1941, in Big Fork, Minn.  He and his family came to Walla Walla from Richland.

Like the rest of his family, Dan was musical.  Russell Larsen, director of music at Wa-Hi, Monday said Dan was one of his outstanding students.  He was a member of the school band and orchestra, playing the bass trombone, trumpet and cornet, and he played the bass trombone in the Walla Walla Symphony Orchestra.

Daniel A. Ingstad -- August 10 at Wallowa, Oregon.  Dan, 17, lost his life while swimming in a Wallowa region lake in Northeast Oregon Sunday.  He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ingstad; three sisters, Elizabeth Ann, Rhoda and Sarah Ingstad, all at home; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fallness of Richland.  Born May 8, 1941 in Big Fork, Minn.  Member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, and the Air Explorers' Patrol of the Boy Scouts, and the Walla Walla Symphony Orchestra.

In Memory of Daniel A. Ingstad

1941 - 1958

Services in the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Walla Walla, Washington

Wednesday, August 13, 10:00 A.M.

Officiating - Rev. William A. Foege

Bearers
Steve Singleton, Peter Palmer
Kent McLean, Jim Lamott
Phil Ekstrom, Dale Sticka

Sacred Selections
"Just One Day at a Time"
"Christ of the Upward Way"

Arranged by Emmanuel Lutheran Church Choir

Organist Mr. William A. Foege

Final Resting Place, Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Washington



Eleanor Isitt (Walker)
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CNA Single 2
Children:  2 Sons
Grandchildren:  4 Grandsons

After high school I moved to Dayton for six years, then back to Walla Walla and went to community college.  I took some classes and then I moved to Medford, OR.  I was hired by the school district and worked in a Resource room for three years.  I moved back to Walla Walla and was hired by the school district working as a Special Education Aid.  I was at Garrison Junior High for 10 years.  I then moved back to Dayton and was employed as a bookkeeper to an automotive repair shop for 10 years and also managed a motel for over two years.  I moved back to Walla Walla and back to community college and started my own business of being a home health C.N.A.  I also helped open the new Holiday Inn Express as their breakfast hostess.  I like learning and doing different types of jobs, but have finally found what I really like to do, and that is take care of the elderly in their homes.  For the past three years I have been taking care of my mother, having moved her into my home.  She is a 2-person care, so have help, but it is almost a 24/7 job.  When I do get a chance to get out of the house, my favorite place to be is at Gary Buttice's cabin in the Blue Mountains, just sitting on the porch and listening to the quiet, watching whatever wild life comes around and reading.  Before Mom needed care, I liked to travel the back roads to small out-of-the-way communities, walk through their community and visit with the local people, learn the history of their town and visit.  I am looking forward to being able to do that again.
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