Dorothy Mae Wright, 74, formerly of Orofino. Dorothy Mae Wright left for a better place early on the morning of Aug. She was born on Jan. The couple would soon have celebrated 54 years of marriage. After 22 years in the Orofino area, she and her husband retired to the family ranch on Battle Ridge where they began to raise cattle and trees. In late summer and fall, she became a "coaching widow" with never a complaint by indulging her husband who was trying to get the coaching bug out of his system.
Dorothy was a loving, caring person whose family was her life. She was extremely proud and protective of her grandchildren and their activities and accomplishments and she never forgot a birthday, unless, possibly, it was her own. She loved to cook and sew for her family and friends and had a special love for the wildlife found on Battle Ridge and the surrounding mountains.
A daily activity was a late afternoon drive for that very purpose. She will be sorely missed by all who loved her.
The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, memorials could be beginning school supplies for needy children sent to either Orofino or Kooskia Elementary Schools. Photo: Dorothy Mae Wright. Anne Veseth, 20, Moscow. A Rosary will be held Friday, Aug.
The Rosary will last 30 minutes. Saturday, Aug. The service is expected to last 1. The church can seat nearly 1, people. A Forest Service Honor Guard will be present. Immediately following the service, the family invites everyone to a luncheon at St. Mary's Catholic Church in the parish hall adjacent to the church.
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Those attending need to be prepared to walk several blocks because parking may be an issue. There will be no graveside service. Flowers may be sent to either of the churches. Memorial donations may be made to: St. Homer H. Kling, 95, formerly of Clearwater County. Homer Hamilton Kling, 95, passed away on Aug. He was born Oct. He grew up on the Kling ranch near Anatone, WA which was homesteaded by his grandfather in the s. He attended school at Anatone and graduated high school in He was a hard worker alongside his dad, improving the ranch cattle herds and partnering in purchasing pasture land near the Grande Ronde River.
After the war, he dated his sister's roommate, Eva Bonner, and they were married March 16, , at Orofino. The couple's first residence that summer was a ranger station lookout. Homer began working in the woods as a sawyer. His employment was mostly in the Pierce and Headquarters areas of Idaho, and his family resided at Weippe. He also continued to help out at his parents' ranch until he took over the ranch following their deaths in In , he moved his family to Clarkston, WA and his employment was at local sawmills, including PFI, where he retired in Homer was seriously injured twice at PFI and worked extremely hard with physical therapy to regain the use of his leg and arm.
Homer always had a second job selling various products door to door. Eventually, he sold Shaklee nutritional products full time until his retirement in at the age of He attributed his robust health to good nutrition. His sales accomplishments earned him awards of automobiles and travel trips. He truly enjoyed the association with his customers throughout the Lewiston-Clarkston area. Homer was known for his honesty and integrity, which showed in his daily business practices. Homer was an active member of the Clarkston United Methodist Church and attended every Sunday until his health declined in December Some favorite family photos show him wearing an apron doing dishes in the church kitchen.
He will be remembered as a great story teller - mostly about his experiences during the war and his days working on the farm or in the woods. His memory of younger days was amazing! He enjoyed reloading his own ammunition for target practice and hunting, as well as owning various rifle types. His wife, Eva, passed away in He married Mabel Bott in She passed away in He is survived by his sister, Carolyn Mrs. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Edward Stanton Kling. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.
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Photo: Homer H. Joel 'Jody' Wilson, Jr. He was born Sept. He grew up in Crane Meadows and then moved to Glenwood near Kamiah where he graduated from the eighth grade. He later moved to Orofino. Forest Service at Canyon Ranger Station until he retired. He was a long standing member of the NRA.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Anne Wilson. There will be a graveside service for family and friends. Donald W. Starr, 68 Pierce. Donald Starr, a loving father, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed away, Wednesday, Aug.
He died of heart failure at the age of Don was born Feb. He attended 1st through 12th grades at Pierce Schools, graduating in He worked at Cardiff mill, St. Don was very interested in gold prospecting, reading, studying history and taking hikes with his dog Snoopy.www.hiphopenation.com/mu-plugins/usa/first-date-hookup.php
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He liked huckleberry picking and giving pieces of pie to almost everyone he met. On March 20, , he married Janet Aileen Fisher, and she survives at the family home. Don was preceded in death by his mom and dad and daughter, Gina Lynn Starr Barber. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Kenneth. He is also survived by his great-granddaughter, Alexis Lynn Marie Martin. Survivors also include his brother, Darrel Starr, of Orofino; and sister, Marlene Trammell of Lewiston; as well as numerous aunts and cousins.
A memorial service will be held Monday, Aug. Donald William Starr, 68, Pierce.
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Barbara Jean Wityczak passed away in her Orofino home with her family beside her on Aug. She was Matetich Brennan. She worked for Teleflex International in Limerick, PA from to and the family then moved to their current home just outside of Orofino, Idaho. There she worked at Community Action Partnership from to Barbara was a devoted member of St. Theresa's Catholic Church since moving to Idaho. Barbara was preceded in death by her parents, Christopher and Frances Brennan. A Celebration of Life will be held Wednesday, Aug.
Photo: Barbara Jean Wityczak.