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He spent his younger years in Clarkston and graduated from Clarkston High School in Walt played football and basketball for the Bantams and enjoyed many fun times with many classmates who continued to remain close for years. He joined the U. Army, serving two years. He returned to the valley, where he met the love of his life, Barbara Jean Young. They were married Dec. Walt worked hard all his life to provide for his family, sometimes working two to three jobs at a time.

He worked briefly for Potlatch but quickly moved on to be a truck driver, first with a mail route between Lewiston and Spokane, and then to what seemed like his calling, distributing beer. Walt retired in Walt was loved by so many in the beer industry, especially by his employees. He was also known for his love of people, infectious laugh and ability to make friends with everyone.

Walt whistled and sang "do-ta-do" all his life. The only time he got riled up was when one of his teams, especially the Mariners, was not winning. He was truly the happiest person one could know, always laughing, singing, giving "smooches" and hugging everyone. Walt and Barb enjoyed traveling throughout the U. The past few years, he loved going to Vegas to watch Gonzaga play in the WCC basketball tournaments and trying his notorious bad luck on the blackjack tables.

He also loved to travel to the Oregon Coast with all of his family, making it a tradition for many years. After retirement, he took up with his "Golf Buddies" several times a week, lighting up the golf course with their numbers and having the most fun on the 19th Hole.

As the years went by, the golfing waned, but the friendship and fun continued, meeting regularly at Bryden Canyon Golf Course for breakfast and "rolling the dice" for who paid. Walt swore he ended up with the bill more than most. In , Walt and Barb established a beautiful family cabin at Freeman Creek. His greatest joy was having all of his family and friends gather together, celebrating holidays, family reunions, fishing, snowmobiling, anything as long as he was surrounded by family.

One of his last outings was a weekend trip at the cabin, blueback fishing with his three sons. He was truly loved in such a special way by so many. He will long be remembered by the deep expression of love and joy for life that he demonstrated in so many ways to so many. We also thank his special friend, Vera Walker, for her companionship, support and devotion to Walt. His immediate family, including most of his grandkids, gathered to surround him with love, day and night, until he left us peacefully.

It meant so much to Walt and the family. We also thank Sister Margie Schmidt and the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Hospice staff. Walt was preceded in death by his father and mother; all five of his siblings, Elsie, Genevieve, Bud, Eva and Ernie; and his wife, Barbara.

A viewing will take place from 4 to 6 p. A graveside service will be held at 11 a. Please join the family for a luncheon and sharing at the Seaport Room following the service. Visit the online guest book at www. She grew up on the family farm in Cavendish. She met and married Darl Enger in Orofino on June 18, They lived for almost 20 years in Ketchikan, AK, where Sandy loved to go out on the boat on a sunny day and just relax while Darl fished for halibut.

Even though she only fished a couple of times, she holds the family record for the largest halibut, pounds. When they moved to Missoula, Sandy looked forward to camping with friends and family. Sandy had a great number of friends that she loved to play games and pinochle with, and has always enjoyed helping others. We will forever miss her kindness, giving spirit, her love and joyful smile. She is survived by her husband, Darl K. Sandy has been cremated and will be buried in a shared urn at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

No service is planned as a renewing of vows with family and friends occurred on June 18, Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at whitesittfuneralhome. Sandra Kay Enger Barbara H. Murphey, 81, formerly of Kelly Creek Barbara H. Murphey lost her three-year battle with uterine cancer on Aug. Barbara was an extremely intelligent, nurturing, and thoughtful person, beloved by all.

She walked through this world with inspirational grace and unconditional love. She worked hard to support her children and was gifted as an artist; one of her favorite mediums was watercolor.

Barbara was an accomplished seamstress, a clever designer and a stained glass maker. She was an excellent cook, as artistic with flavors as she was with visual media.

As a child, Barbara stood out in many ways. She was advanced to second grade midway through her first grade year due to academic and social maturity. She skipped fifth grade altogether, graduating from high school at age Barbara had two younger brothers, Freddy and John. A job change for her father moved the family to St. Clair Shores, MI, during her early high school years. While in high school she excelled academically, was in the honor society and was the editor of the class yearbook.

During her junior year there, she married her first husband and high school classmate Bill Holman. In , the family moved back east to Virginia for a two year assignment in the U. In the family moved back to Idaho, initially residing in a two-room cabin a far cry from a Philly row house! Daughters Karen and Susan were both born in Orofino in and , respectively.

The family moved to Kooskia, Idaho, in Barbara and Bill divorced in and Barbara began her career as a special education teacher. In Barbara married Carl H. Murphey, adding stepchildren Pat, Pam and Matt to the family. Daughter Jami was born at Cottonwood, Idaho in In this position she supported special education programs at tribal schools in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Barbara took great pride in seeking to provide education to all, particularly students historically underserved.

Barbara retired in and that same year she bought a small home on Main Street in Kendrick, Idaho, so she could be near daughter Jami and her family. She enjoyed retirement, spending time with grandchildren and participating in community clubs and projects including the publishing team for the KJ7 community newsletter, the KJ Art Commission, co-founder of the book club, Book Prowlers, the Hill and Valley Garden Club and Friends of the Juliaetta community library.

Barbara was very fond of the Kendrick-Julietta community. Barbara is preceded in death by brothers Freddy and John and husband Carl. In addition to her children and stepchildren, she is survived by 13 grandchildren and fourteen14 great-grandchildren. Her family is very thankful for the amazing support that she received in her final days, in particular from the staff of Bishop Place and from Kindred Hospice of Pullman, WA.

A celebration of life service will take place Saturday, September 1 at Kimball Funeral Home of Pullman has been entrusted with arrangements. The family suggests memorial donations to any of the Kendrick-Juliaetta community clubs or projects, or to the Friends of Hospice. Our family and friends lost our strong, yet gentle Dad, Grandpa, Great Grandpa and buddy. Ray drove truck for Ohio Gas Company. Dad was an only child and was raised in the small town of Danville, OH.

As a young boy, he amused himself by playing with friends, cousins, pet dogs, and his Schwinn bicycle. At Danville High School, he played clarinet, sang in the choir and participated in class plays.

He was a member of the German Lutheran Church. Bill, he enrolled at Defiance College in Ohio and attended for three years. Dad wanted to see the world, so did not complete his college tenure.

For the next few years, he traveled around the United States doing odd jobs and learning about the history of the U. When he returned to Ohio, he met Doris Swank through his first cousin. She was employed at the Army Depot in Mansfield and Dad worked there as well. After three dates, he proposed, and she accepted.

Glenn and Doris were married June 4, at Mansfield. Their first child, Shawn, was born in October , followed by their second son Paul in May He packed up the Bowman family and drove out to Pierce, Idaho where a summer job with the U.

Mom was pregnant with Laura and she was born in August Dad also worked as a substitute German and typing teacher at Pierce in the winter months. He moved the family to Grangeville.

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