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Darlene Bailey
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Judy Bair (Maxson)
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Bob Baker
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After high school, I spent 2 yrs at WSU and 3 yrs in the US Army. Upon returning from Germany, I married Genie Schille. We were married for 24 yrs having 4 children along the way. They have added 8 grandkids to the family. I played a lot of golf, coached Little League and also soccer at the grade school and jr hi levels. All great fun! I've switched from golf to photography(can't have two expensive hobbies). My photos can be seen at the Fenton-Stahl Gallery, WW and I've had shows at WW Little Theatre, wineries and Merchants Ltd. and had an image selected for the Best of the NW traveling show. Last year some of my photos were published in the book, WHERE THE GREAT RIVER BENDS about the history of Wallula Gap. It's been a lot of fun. The NOW picture of my daughter, Shari I was taken on 8/29/09. Send Bob a MessageSend Bob a Message
Marda Dee Baker (Maestretti)
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Maestretti, Marda Dee 74 Sept. 26, 1941 July 25, 2016 Marda Dee was born Sept. 26, 1941, in Walla Walla to Robert Baker and Delpha Colbert Baker. Marda attended high school at Walla Walla High School in Walla Walla where she graduated in 1959. She enjoyed her high school years and participated in various clubs that brought girls together, like the 4-H Club where she had the opportunity to prepare a dinner for Washington Governor Arthur Langlie in 1956. After high school, Marda attended Central Washington University for two years and spent her summers working as a cook on her stepfathers wheat ranch. In 1961, she met the love of her life, Kenneth Maestretti, and they married Sept. 15, 1962. They set out for North Hollywood, Calif., and spent their life together traveling from North Hollywood to Anchorage, Alaska, and experiencing everywhere in between. She enjoyed cooking, fishing and camping. Her favorite campground was Hidden Lake, Alaska, where many weekends were spent with family and friends. Ken and Marda finally settled in Gladstone in 1979. Marda Dee was a very generous and loving woman. She was a one of a kind wife, mother, grandmother and friend whom you could always trust. She was always there when you needed help with something and was the most caring and compassionate person. She was very proud of her family and loved them dearly. She also considered her friends as her family. We all love and miss her very much and know Marda has truly lived a full life! She is survived by her husband, Kenneth Maestretti; children, Tami Knight (Stan) and Jim Maestretti (Jodi); grandchildren, Taylor Knight, Mikayla Knight, Anthony Knight, Nicole Maestretti and Natalie Maestretti; sister, Cherri Melnick; and brother, Craig Baker. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Baker; mother, Delpha Short; and stepfather, James Short. A celebration of Mardas life will be an open house held from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, at 19410 Westwood Drive in Oregon City. A final prayer and blessing will be held at 3 p.m. Interment will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Blue Mountain Memorial Gardens in Walla Walla followed by a celebration at Rancho Villa. Arrangements are by Holman-Hankins-Bowker & Waud.

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Published in The Oregonian from Aug. 4 to Aug. 7, 2016 

Mary Baker (Luisi)
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Susan Baker
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After graduating from Wa-hi, then Whitman, I went to San Francisco and spent the next 40+ years in northern California, the last 30 in Napa, 45 miles north of San Francisco.  I am divorced, had three children, twin boys and another son.  One of the twins was killed in an accident in 2004.  His brothers continue to live in Napa.  I have two granddaughters, age 10 and 16, and they, too, live in Napa. 

I retired 1/1/07 and during the next year realized that I very much wanted to move back to the Walla Walla area.  I found a wonderful home in the mountains east of Dixie (address Waitsburg) and moved here July 2008.  I love being in the mountains, surrounded by conifers and wildlife, and am very happy to be back in the area.
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Diane Barbuto (Ciarlo)
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Diane Katherine Ciarlo, 64, of 1210 Umatilla St. died Dec. 6, 2004, at Park Manor Rehabilitation Center, 1710 Plaza Way.

Diane was born March 24, 1940, in Walla Walla to Theodore and Vera P. Raguso Barbuto.  She graduated from Walla Walla High School.  

On Oct. 10, 1959, she and Edward R. Ciarlo married in Walla Walla.  She worked in retail merchandising.

She loved sewing, quilting and embroidery.  She adored cats throughout her life, including current cat, Cassie.

A lifelong fan of singer Elvis Presley, she collected his music and memorabilia.  She also enjoyed long walks while listening to her Walkman.  She was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church.

Survivors include her husband, at home; two daughters, Sharon Facey of Central Pointe, OR, and Laurie Lambert of College Place; son Steven Ciarlo of Walla Walla; her mother of Walla Walla; sister Patty Thornley of Chandler, AZ; and five grandchildren.   She was preceded in death by her father.

(note:  obit dated circa Dec. 7, 2004)
Buford Barritt
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January 11, 1941 - December 17, 2007

Walla Walla Resident Buford E. Barritt, 66, 34 Kooskooski Rd, Died on December 17, 2007 at St. Mary Medical Center.

Mr. Barritt was born January 11, 1941, in Outlook, WA to Lawrence and Trudy (Spanos) Barritt.  He attended local schools and graduated with the Wa-Hi class of 1959.  He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1957 (Reserves) and served 23 years retiring as Chief Torpedoman (E-9) in 1982.  

He received an M.B.A. and taught business law in California, returning to Walla Walla in 1988.

He reunited with classmate Ann Ray and moved up to Kooskooskie where they have resided for 12 years.  They spent their time working side-by-side and remodeling their three cabins, enjoying family, guests, and neighbors throughout the years.

He is survived by the love of his life at home, three daughters and a son, Terry (Monica) Barritt of California; a sister Lynda (Bill) Schwerin of Walla Walla; five grandchildren; six step grandchildren; and numerous uncles, aunts, nephews, and nieces.  He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Jeanette; and brother Larrie.
Drew Bass
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Where did the time go? Life has been good. I've been blessed more then I deserve. A beautiful wife of 48 years and three wonderful children to be proud of.
I started my contracting business in 1971. We specialize in structural concrete. Business has been good. 
Carolyn and I love travaeling and go as often as we can. Our last trip was in March, a two week trip to Israel. Very interesting. First time there.
Well, I guess that's 50 years of news.
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