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He helped his brother Harold farming, driving truck and fixing equipment that Sam broke.Lee was preceded in death by his parents; son, Ron; great-grandson, Kason Slade Mitchell; brother, Eugene; and sister, Mary Jo.

She always made it a point to drive herself and her two kids out to North Dakota every summer, where they would visit with family and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, Helmer and Maldarine Ball; and her brother, Ronny Ball.She is survived by her husband, Jerry; brother, Terry Ball (Sharlene); sister, Janice Shuebert (Harold); sons, Michael Smolinski (Cheryl) and Daniel Smolinski (Teresa); grandchildren, Josh Smolinski, Savannah Smolinski, Tyrell Smolinski, Amber Putnam (Cody) and Dereck Smolinski (Angelica); and six great-grandchildren. 13, 1969, in Lewiston to Clinton and Carrol Frederiksen.She will be remembered as compassionate, caring, and always putting others before herself.She never seemed to complain about her health condition, and always made sure that everyone else was taken care of. Her children and grandchildren were the absolute light of her life, and she always wanted them around her.A lot of good memories and lifelong friends were made during her school years at the Cavendish-Teakean country grade school, and junior high and high school in Orofino. Debbie is survived by her husband, Norman; sons, Jordyn and Jarryt; her mother, Carrol Frederiksen; a brother, Ron Frederiksen of Monroe, WA; a half-sister Jo Frederiksen of The Woodlands, TX; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews whom she loved very much.

Ed was born at home to Harry and Beatrice Hudson on Dec.15, 1936 at Grangemont and graduated from Orofino High School in 1955.

Debra Rose Stalnaker, 48, passed away Thursday, Oct. She was named after her Grandma Rose and has always reminded us of her; her thick dark hair, her pretty eyes - she was such a cutie.

She ran instead of walked, talked at an early age and never stopped.

She was preceded in death by her father, Loyd Hook; and sister, Janel Bzdok. She loved going to Jackpot, NV, and Las Vegas, NV, with her sisters, camping with Cal, bowling and gardening, both flowers and vegetables.

The family wishes to extend their heartfelt thanks to all the staff of the Kootenai Cancer Center, Kootenai Health Emergency Department, and the Kootenai Health Oncology Hospice wing for all of their loving care and compassion. Edna worked as a dietary cook at Clearwater Valley Hospital until her retirement in 1990.

There will be a memorial service in Valley City, ND, on Nov. In lieu of flowers, the family wants to respect her wishes and donations can be made to the Weippe Community Hall, Weippe Museum, or the charity of your choice in her name. Following his high school graduation, he moved to Idaho, where he went to work for Potlatch Forests Inc. Ray often reminisced about his logging days and told of his experiences participating in a log drive down the Clearwater River. They moved to Alaska, where they spent the next eight years on Prince of Wales Island working for Valentine Logging.