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IDAHO - Nez Perce County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 3

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Date: Wednesday, 5 August 2009, at 11:34 p.m.

Norma S. Olson, 57, Moscow native, MHS grad
TACOMA -- Norma S. Olson, a Moscow native and resident of Fife, Wash., died of cancer Jan. 26 at Bel-Air Health Care Center in Tacoma. She was 57.
She was born July 8, 1940, to Roger C. and Muriel Smith of Moscow.
She graduated in 1958 from Moscow High School, then attended the University of Idaho.
She married H. Perry Olson of Grangeville Sept. 1, 1962. They lived in Lawton, Okla., and Yakima before moving to Tacoma in 1968.
She studied commercial art at Clover Park Vocational Technical College in Tacoma. She worked for 20 years in the wholesale gift business, most recently as showroom manager at the Culbertson Company in Seattle.
She was sang in the choir at Fife Presbyterian Church, now Mission Woods Church in Milton, Wash. She also rode with the Tacoma Lariettes.
She is survived by her husband at the couple's home; a son, Christopher Olson of Tacoma; two sisters, Linda Strong of Moscow and Barbara Crumley of Potlatch; a brother, Harold Smith of Moscow; and a granddaughter.
Her memorial service was Saturday in Milton.
Published February 5, 1998

Effie L. Powell, 99, longtime Kendrick resident
Effie L. Powell, 99, a recent Lewiston resident and former longtime resident of Kendrick, died of causes related to age Wednesday, five days short of her 100th birthday, at Sun River Manor in Lewiston.
She was born Feb. 9, 1898, to Edward and Laura Calvert Gallaher near Spokane.
She married Clifford P. Powell Aug. 31, 1919, at her parents' home in Juliaetta. He died March 9, 1965.
She graduated from Walla Walla High School in 1916 and attended Lewis-Clark Normal School.
She taught in several county schools until her marriage.
She farmed with her husband at Leland, Cream Ridge and Lenore and in 1945 bought a farm near Spalding. After his death she moved to Clarkston. She cared for her sister-in-law and other shut-ins in their homes. She spent 16 years in Kendrick as a companion to Martha Wilken.
She enjoyed growing flowers and prided herself at being able to identify all wild flowers. She enjoyed quilting, hooking rugs and Scrabble.
She was active in the Juliaetta and Kendrick communities. She was a charter member of the Cottonwood Creek Community Church.
She was also active in the United Brethren Church and the Cottonwood Creek Community Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Marjorie Stevens of Juliaetta and Carol Glass of Boise; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
She was preceded in death by a granddaughter and 12 brothers and sisters.
Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Cottonwood Creek Community Church with burial to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery near Lenore. The Rev. Frank Campbell of the Cottonwood Creek Community Church will officiate.
Malcom's Brower-Wann Memorial Chapel at Lewiston is in charge of arrangements.
Published February 5, 1998

James Duane Lee, 53, White Bird resident
RIGGINS -- James Duane Lee, 53, a resident of White Bird, died Monday as the result of a drowning accident on the Salmon River at Riggins.
He was born Aug. 6, 1944, to Perry and Carolyn Remington Lee at Los Angeles. The family moved to White Bird in 1946. He attended school at White Bird and Riggins through his freshman year.
The family moved to Johnsondale, Calif., where they lived for one year before moving to Oildale, Calif., where he graduated from high school.
In 1964 he joined the U.S. Coast Guard and served until 1968.
After his discharge he worked in various locations in California and traveled throughout the United States before moving to White Bird in 1974.
While in White Bird he operated Duane's Shop and worked for Brust Logging and Olympia Logging. In 1994 he went to work for Explorer Aviation in Grangeville as a mechanist where he has worked until the time of his death.
He was a member of the Pleasant View Baptist Church in White Bird, Idaho County Search and Rescue, Riggins Dive Team and many other outdoor clubs. He enjoyed hang gliding, mountain climbing, diving and flying. He was known for his mechanical abilities and enjoyed helping people fulfill their goals in life.
Survivors include two brothers; Lonnie of White Bird and P.R. of Oildale.
A memorial service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the IOOF Hall in White Bird with Rev. Randall Myers of the Pleasant View Baptist Church officiating.
Cremation will take place.
Arrangements are under the direction of Noland-Blackmer Funeral Home in Grangeville.
Published February 5, 1998

Glen C. Bierhaus, 71, retired Potlatch Corp. employee
Glen C. Bierhaus, 71, a retired Potlatch Corp. employee, died Tuesday of a heart attack at his Lewiston home.
He was born April 18, 1926, to Fredrick W. and Loretta I. Borders Bierhaus at Brainerd, Minn.
He graduated from Brainerd High School in 1943. Following graduation he worked as a logger and for a short time served in the Minnesota National Guard. In 1944 he moved to Seattle, where he worked as a welder in the shipyards for one year.
In 1945 he went to work at Fisher's Flour Mill in Seattle. In 1961 he became the business agent for the International Longshoremen and Warehousemen Union in Seattle. He held this position until he moved to Princeton in 1966.
While living there he worked at the Potlatch Corp. plant in Potlatch until he was transferred to Lewiston in 1974. He was a lumber grader for Potlatch until he retired in 1991.
He was active in the International Woodworkers of America at both Potlatch and Lewiston. At Lewiston he had served as a shop steward, secretary and president of the union. He also served as president of the International Woodworkers of America in Potlatch.
He was an active member of the Nez Perce County Democratic Party and had served as a Democratic precinct committeeman.
He married Iona Cornwall at Seattle Oct. 23, 1952.
He enjoyed golfing and walking on the Lewiston levee system.
Survivors include his wife; five sons, Karl, Jim, Chuck and Richard Bierhaus, all of Lewiston, and Gene Bierhaus of Pomeroy; two brothers, Fritz Bierhaus of Boulder, Colo., and Gene Bierhaus of Nisswa, Minn.; a sister, Becky Jones of Modesto, Calif.; four grandchildren; and three stepgrandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a stepgreat-grandchild.
Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home at Lewiston. The Rev. Jerry T. Holt of the New Life Apostolic Church is the officiant.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, in care of Nancy Shell, 924 Linden Drive, Lewiston 83501.
Published February 5, 1998

Clarence Wold, 79, retired engineering supervisor
Clarence B. Wold, 79, a retired engineering supervisor for Clearwater Power Co., died Monday at his home in Lewiston of a heart attack.
He was born June 23, 1918, to Adolf and Clara Tyvoll Wold at Cumberland, Wis. He graduated from Cumberland High School in 1937 and attended Dodge Institute, Bell Laboratories and Camp Murphy Radar Institute.
He married Lorraine Feidt June 23, 1947, in Almena, Wis. She died Dec. 23, 1991.
He was an electronics specialist with the U.S. Army Air Forces Radar Ground Forces from 1942 to 1945.
Prior to World War II he supervised construction of substations, switching stations and transmission lines for P.L. Adkins Electrical Engineers in The Dalles, Ore.
He then worked for Robert Welty Construction as a surveyor throughout Oregon prior to moving to Lewiston in 1965.
At Lewiston he began a 17-year career with Clearwater Power Co., starting as a staking engineer and retiring as the engineering supervisor. He was also president of the Clearwater Power Co. Credit Union for a number of years.
He was a member of St. James Catholic Church in Lewiston. He was also a member of the Elks and Moose lodges and an avid hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed hiking and dancing.
He is survived by three sons, Bruce Wold of Lewiston, Gary Wold of West Richland and Tim Wold of Lewiston; a daughter, Kathy Hiebert of Lewiston; two brothers, Norman Wold of Seattle and Richard Wold of Everett, Wash.; one sister, Alyce Paulson of Barron, Wis.; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be at 6 this evening at Malcom's Brower-Wann Memorial Chapel in Lewiston. A rosary service follows at 7 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday at St. James Catholic Church.
Published February 5, 1998

Marjorie E. Moore, 74, retired Lewiston nurse
Marjorie Eleanor Moore, a retired nurse, died of cancer Wednesday at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. She was 74.
She was born March 6, 1923, to Thomas Herbert and Alice Elizabeth Bossert Singleton in Washington, Mich. She was a 1940 graduate of Utica High School in Utica, Mich. She also attended business school from 1940 to 1942.
She worked for a time at General Motors Acceptance Corporation in Pontiac, Mich.
She began nursing school in 1944, graduating in 1947 from Grace Hospital School of Nursing in Detroit, Mich. After graduation she worked for veterans Hospitals in Denver, Colo., Detroit and Ft. McKinney, Tex.
She began working at Fort
McKenzie in Sheridan, Wyo., in October 1949.
She married Joseph Moore March 7, 1950, in Buffalo, Wyo. The couple moved to Lewiston in 1954.
She began working at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in 1960, leaving in 1977. She continued to work part-time at area nursing homes until retiring in 1985.
Moore attended the Orchards United Methodist Church in Lewiston.
She enjoyed reading, knitting, working crossword puzzles, watching baseball, collecting dolls and painting.
Survivors include her husband at the family home; four sons, Richard K. Moore, Christopher J. Moore, Brian E. Moore and Kevin H. Moore, all of Lewiston; a brother, Edward Singleton of Houston, Tex.; and two grandsons.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Orchards United Methodist Church in Lewiston. The Rev. John Hunsberger of Orchards United Methodist will preside. The family will hold a graveside service at Lewis-Clark Memorial Gardens.
Memorials may be sent to the Orchards United Methodist Church, 1213 Burrell Ave, Lewiston 83501, or to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 8356, Boise ID.
Malcom's Brower-Wann Memorial Chapel in Lewiston is in charge of arrangements.
Published February 6, 1998

Paul W. Van Guilder, 80, formerly of Clarkston
LAS VEGAS -- A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at J.C. Senior Park Community Center here for Paul Wesley Van Guilder, a former Clarkston painter and construction worker. He died of a heart attack Sunday morning at Columbia Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas at the age of 80.
He was born Aug. 3, 1917, to George and Nora Newton Van Guilder at Cannon Falls, Minn.
He was a member of the Senior Net in Las Vegas, past president of the Renton Lions Club in Renton, Wash., past president of the Clarkston Realtors Association, past co-president of the Renton PTA, and a member of the Square Dance Callers Association. He was a scout master in Renton for many years.
He is survived by his wife, Arleta Claire Card Van Guilder of Las Vegas; two daughters, Deeann Stiles of Henderson, Nev., and Dona Kachele of Renton; three sons, Richard Van Guilder of Kent, Wash., and Dan Van Guilder and Roy Van Guilder, both of Las Vegas; two sisters, Ann Howard of Spokane and Margie Wright of Clarkston; a brother, Al Van Guilder of Spokane; 18 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the Better Breathers Association of Las Vegas or the Children's Hospital of Seattle.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Sylvan Cemetery in Citrus Heights, Calif. Viewing will precede the service at Reigherts Funeral Home in Citrus Heights.
Published February 6, 1998

Randall G. Miller, 20, Orofino construction worker
PECK -- Randall George Miller, a construction worker, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Thursday at a friend's home in Peck. He was 20.
He was born Oct. 24, 1977, in Orofino to Pete and Victoria Joan Miller. He was a 1996 graduate of Orofino High School.
He had worked at Barney's Super Market while in high school. After graduation he worked at Les Schwab Tire Center in Orofino. He was employed by Mangum Construction in Orofino at the time of his death.
He enjoyed hunting, working and the outdoors.
Survivors include his father and stepmother, Pete and Lisa Miller of Orofino; his mother in Montesano, Wash.; a brother, Rob Miller of Chehalis, Wash.; a sister, Andrea Miller of Orofino; grandparents George Miller of Peck, Nadine Redmond of Peck and Fritz Lachance of Hoquiam, Wash.; and stepgrandparents Doug and Donna Moran of Montana.
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Orofino Riverside Cemetery. The Rev. Chet Donley of the First Church of God in Orofino will officiate.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Published February 6, 1998

Frances Eller, 74, formerly of Grangeville
STAMPS, Ark. -- A memorial service for former Grangeville resident Frances Eller, 74, of Chandler, Texas, was held Jan. 25 at Smith Funeral Home at Stamps, Ark.
She died Jan. 22 at a hospital in Tyler, Texas, of causes related to age.
She was born Oct. 9, 1923, to L.C. and Marie Fields at Stamps. She had lived in Chandler since 1993.
She married Percy Eller in 1941. They divorced and later remarried.
She returned to Grangeville in 1970. She was manager of the Grangeville Sears Catalog store for several years.
She was a member of the Mt. Queen Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star at Grangeville and a member of the Methodist Church in Waldo, Ark.
She is survived by her daughter, Judy Hall of Edom, Texas, two sons, Jim Eller of Garland, Texas, and Jackie Eller of Waldo, Ark.; three brothers; two sisters; 14 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
Her husband died in the early 1990s.
Cremation has taken place and at her request the ashes will be returned to Grangeville for disposition at a later date. At that time an Eastern Star memorial service will be held.
Published February 6, 1998

Sven Alsager, 9, grandmother of Moscow
SPOKANE -- Sven Alsager, 9, died Jan. 27 here. The cause of death is pending an autopsy.
He is survived by his parents, John, formerly of Moscow, and Susan Alsager; two sisters, Kali and Keri Alsager; and one brother, Simon Alsager. All are of Spokane. He also is survived by his paternal grandmother, Cecelia Alsager of Moscow; and maternal grandparents Terry and Esther Park of Sandpoint.
Services and burial have taken place at Spokane.
Published February 6, 1998

Ashli R. Salisbury, 6, had relatives in Moscow, Craigmont
REDDING, CALIF. -- Funeral and burial services were held Monday in Redding for Ashli Raelynn Salisbury, 6, who died of cancer Jan. 28 at her home in Redding. She had relatives in Moscow and Craigmont.
She was born Oct. 13, 1991, to Mark and Joanie Salisbury in Mount Shasta, Calif.
Ashli was a first-grade student at Grace Baptist School in Redding. She loved the storybook character Cinderella and was able to meet her and Prince Charming on a recent trip to Disney World in Florida with her family.
Her survivors include her parents at the family home; three brothers, Daniel, Austin and Brady, also at the family home; her grandparents, Dan and Donna Salisbury of Mountain Gate, Calif., and Pat and Sheila Wells of Moscow; and great-grandparents Melva Salisbury of Redding, Herb and Carrie Foote of Craigmont, and Earl and Alverda Hall of Longmont, Colo.
Arrangements were under the direction of Lawncrest Chapel in Redding.
Published February 07, 1998

Kenneth D. Anderson, 22, Moscow High graduate
MOSCOW -- Kenneth D. Anderson Jr., 22, a Moscow High School graduate, died of complications of leukemia Thursday at his home in Moscow. He was 22.
He was born April 22, 1975, to Kenneth Sr. and Sharon Cooksey Anderson in Moscow. He grew up in Kendrick and attended schools there for a time. He played football in school and graduated in 1993 from Moscow High School.
He worked for a short time at McCoy Plumbing in Moscow and as a logger for his stepdad, Kevin Wernecke in Potlatch. He also worked for his uncle at Stoves Plus in Moscow for a few years.
His hobbies included camping, fishing, being in the outdoors and spending time with his friends.
His survivors include his mother, Sharon Olson of Underwood, N.D.; his stepfather in Potlatch; a sister, Traci Watson of Moscow; and a brother, Jeremy Anderson of Moscow.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Short's Funeral Chapel in Moscow. A private burial will be held at the Moscow Cemetery at a later date.
The family suggests memorials be made to Deaconess Medical Center Pediatric Oncology Department in care of the funeral home, P.O. Box 9131, Moscow 83843.
Published February 07, 1998

Fred E. Huggins, 61, former Lewiston resident
PALMER, Alaska -- A funeral for Fred E. Huggins, a former Lewiston logger, was held here Monday. Huggins, 61, died of cancer Jan. 29 at Valley Hospital in Palmer.
He was born Feb. 10, 1936, in Omak, Wash., to Fred N. and Myrtle L. Dimmitt Huggins. The family moved in 1940 to Disautel, Wash., where his parents had a logging business. He attended school in Omak.
Huggins joined the U.S. Navy in 1953, serving as an engineman on several submarines in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean and Red seas. He was discharged in 1960.
After discharge he worked in the oil fields in Utah and Wyoming.
He married Kathleen Swazey Oct. 12, 1962, at Las Vegas, Nev. The couple moved to Lewiston in 1964 then on to Orofino, where he had a logging business. He also worked as a truck driver during the construction of Dworshak Dam near Orofino.
In 1974 the family moved to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, where he returned to working in oil fields. He retired in the early 1980s and the family moved Palmer.
Huggins was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
He liked reading, writing poetry and spending time with his family.
Survivors include his wife at the family home; three daughters, Kara Oleson of Clear Lake, Alaska, JoeDea Ace of Valdez, Alaska, and SuzAnn Rozkydal of Palmer; a son, Fred N. Huggins of Anchorage; two sisters, Laura May Sorenson of Sagle, Idaho, and Norma L. Sorenson of Lewiston; and six grandchildren.
Published February 07, 1998

Irene Berger, 93, Lewiston homemaker
Irene Berger, 93, a longtime Lewiston homemaker, died of causes related to age Friday at home.
She and her husband, Robert E. Berger, farmed in the Genesee area for many years.
She was born May 14, 1904, at Genesee to Patrick and Ida Geltz Mulalley. She attended Genesee schools and graduated from Genesee High School. While in high school, she worked as a printer at the Genesee News office and as a night telephone operator.
She married Donald L. Bressler in 1928 at Colfax. He died in 1932.
She then married Robert E. Berger in 1935 at Genesee.
She moved to Lewiston in 1968. Robert E. Berger died in 1969.
She was a charter member of the Genesee Legion Auxiliary, loved bridge, knitting and crocheting. She was a member of the Pink Ladies Auxiliary of St. Joseph's Hospital Community Church guild. She was a master bridge player and traveled extensively through the United States and Europe.
She is survived by two daughters, Beverly Boyd of Genesee and Sandy Blair of Lewiston; five grandchildren; and four great-grandsons.
Two sisters, Olive Wardrobe and Mary Kane, and one brother Paul Mulalley, died previously.
Visitation will be from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday at Vassar-Rawls Funeral Chapel in Lewiston.
Her funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, also at Vassar-Rawls. The Rev. Tim Palmer of Orchards Baptist Church will officiate.
Memorials may be sent to St. Joseph Family Hospice, P.O. Box 719, Lewiston or to the American Diabetes Association, Idaho Affiliate Inc., 1528 Vista, Boise 83709.
Published February 8, 1998

Gladys Snyder, 85, formerly of Lewiston
SUN CITY, Ariz. -- Gladys Snyder, 85, a former longtime Lewiston resident, died of causes related to age Monday at Sun Healthcare Center at Sun City, Ariz.
She and her husband, Howard Snyder, owned and operated a construction company at Lewiston for many years.
She was born Oct. 22, 1912, at New Richmond, Wis., to Arthur and Agnes Letellier Harrington.
She moved to Sun City in 1976 from Lewiston following retirement.
She attended St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, was a member of the St. Elizabeth Seton Society, W.I.B.C. Bowling, Bell Recreation Center and various other clubs and activities in the Sun City area.
She is survived by one sister, Frances Veniot of Pleasanton, Calif. Her husband died previously.
A rosary and prayer service was held and funeral Mass was celebrated Saturday at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church.
Burial was held at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.
Memorials may be made to Meals on Wheels, P.O. Box 1825, Sun City, AZ 85372.
Published February 8, 1998

Irene M. Brown, 89, Lewiston homemaker
BOISE -- Irene M. Brown, 89, a Lewiston homemaker, died of causes related to age Friday at Hillcrest Rehabilitation and Care Center at Boise.
In 1945, she and her husband, Everett H. Brown moved to Lewiston, where he was a partner and manager of two Lewiston Payless drug stores until retiring.
She was born Feb. 9, 1908, at Chewelah, Wash., to Frank J. and Catherine A. Storms Boehm.
She attended school at Colton and graduated from high school at Saint Scholastica Academy there.
She and Everett H. Brown were married Sept. 17, 1932, at Spokane.
From 1928 through 1945 she worked as a cashier and sales clerk at various stores in Spokane.
She was a Lewiston homemaker here until she entered the nursing home in Boise earlier this year.
She was a communicant of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church at Lewiston. She was active in golf and bridge clubs at the Lewiston Elks Club and at the Clarkston Golf and Country Club.
Survivors include her husband Everett of Boise; two sons, James E. Brown of Boise and Jack A. Brown of Winnemucca, Nev.; a sister, Marie Thill of Spokane; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church with the Rev. Sean Caulfied of that church as celebrant.
Burial will follow at Normal Hill Cemetery at Lewiston.
Memorial contributions to St. Joseph Family Hospice, P.O. Box 719, Lewiston or to St. Stanislaus School, 641 Fifth Ave., Lewiston 83501.
Published February 8, 1998

Dodie Jones, 62, Orofino area homemaker
Delores (Dodie) Sylvia Jones, a longtime Orofino area homemaker, died of complications following surgery Thursday at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center at Lewiston. She was 62.
She was born March 13, 1935, at Wapato, Wash., the daughter of Paul Dahl. She grew up in the Seattle area.
She married James Monroe Jones Feb. 17, 1951, in Orofino.
The couple raised their sons in the Dent area and later moved to Orofino.
She enjoyed spending time on the coast and in the mountains, as well as hunting, fishing and cooking at hunting camp.
Other hobbies included yard work, sewing, needlework and crocheting. She was a master chef.
She is survived by her husband at Orofino; five sons, James Paul Jones of Baker City, Ore., William Earl Jones of Crescent City, Calif., Brady Monroe Jones and Ricky Lee Jones, both of Orofino, and Rockie Ray Jones of LaGrande, Ore.; and 18 grandchildren. She also was the foster parent of seven nieces and nephews.
A son, Mickey Lee Jones; a brother, Leland; and two sisters, Midge and Bonnie, died previously.
Cremation has taken place. A private family service was held.
Published February 9, 1998

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