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Cornelia A. Carree

Cornelia A. “Corrie” Carree of Moscow died Friday morning, August 18, 2017 at her daughter’s home. She was 85. Corrie was born in the Netherlands on June 25, 1932 and lived there through World War II in occupied Netherlands. She married Gerradus Carree on February 24, 1953 and immediately immigrated to Winnipeg, Canada where they lived for five years before moving to South Chicago Heights, Illinois. Cornelia was a homemaker and also worked for the Northgate Distributing Company for many Read more [...]

Beulah Glaser

Beulah G. Glaser of Pullman died Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at Regency Senior Living. She was 91. Beulah was born July 13, 1926 in Bovill, ID to Dudley W. and Nellie Ross Hobbs. She grew up and attended school at Bovill where she played basketball. She and Harry Glaser were married in Bovill in 1945. They lived at Troy until 1975 when they moved to Lewiston and to Oxnard, California in 1986. After Harry’s death in 1991, she moved to Troy to be near her son and daughter-in-law, and had lived Read more [...]

Lynn Potratz

Lynn Potratz was born November 3, 1956 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Ronald and Virginia Ware Anderson. She grew up and attended school in Wisconsin, graduating from Menomonee Falls East High School. She then attended Technical College in Wausau to be a Sign Language Interpreter and worked in and around Milwaukee. In 1983 she married Michael Connolly and together had a son, Dustin. They moved to Idaho in the mid 1980’s, first to Hayden and eventually to Troy. They were later divorced. On April Read more [...]

Arlene K. Willenborg Cowin

Arlene Kathryn Willenborg Cowin of Moscow died Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at Gritman Medical Center. She was 66 Arlene was born November 25, 1950 in Cottonwood to John F. and Loretta A. (Seubert) Willenborg. She grew up there, attending and graduating from St. Gertrude Academy. She then enrolled at Lewis-Clark State College Nursing program, graduating as a registered nurse. Arlene also attended the University of Texas – Arlington. She spent most of her nursing career in the Mini-Cassia area, Read more [...]

Marie Hatke

Marie “Granny” Hatke On July 13, 2017 granny passed away peacefully with the love of her life, Ken by her side. Granny was born on December 23rd 1925 to Harry and Sofia (Weidemann) Schaack, in Watertown North Dakota, She was the 5th of 9 children. Granny had to drop out of school during the 8th grade to go to work to help out her family. She worked various jobs, she cooked at Bailey’s in Bovill, worked in the little coffee shop at Rosauers in Moscow, set chokers in the woods and worked Read more [...]

Darlene Everson

Darlene Everson, of Moscow passed away on July 12, 2017 at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow. She was 84. Darlene was born on May 9, 1933 in Aberdeen, South Dakota to Kenneth and Theresa Wamstad. When she was 5 months old her family moved to Parma, Idaho where they farmed. She graduated from Roswell grade school and was salutatorian from Parma High School. She received her B.S. Degree from the University of Idaho in 1955. She married Dale Everson on August 15, 1954. They lived in Buhl, ID, Read more [...]

William L. “Bill” Ringer

William Louis “Bill” Ringer of Moscow died Tuesday morning, July 11, 2017 at Regency Pullman Care Center. He was 92. Bill was born December 30, 1924 in Potlatch to Louis G. and Anna Caroline Suess Ringer. He grew up and attended Potlatch Schools. He worked farming until he joined the Army in 1943. Bill served in the Asiatic-Pacific Theaters and was awarded a Bronze Star. After his discharge in early 1946, he returned to the area and married Emma Bailey on May 20th in Moscow. They lived in Read more [...]

Rodney G. Clark

The world lost a great man and heaven gained another angel. On July 9, 2017, Rodney George Clark “Frogman”, passed away peacefully at his home in Elk River with his loving wife by his side. Rod was born December 10, 1947 in Lewiston to Homer Marion and Elsie Mae Taylor Clark, who have opened their arms to welcome him into heaven. Also meeting him is his beloved father-in-law, Raymond Jack Cole. Rod graduated from Lewiston High School in 1966 and joined the United States Navy. After completing Read more [...]

Michael A. Wootton

MICHAEL ALAN WOOTTON July 5, 1971  ---  July 5, 2017   We don't know if Mike Wootton sensed that his life would be cut short, but we do know he lived life full-throttle. Mike was born on July 5th, 1971, in Amarillo, Texas to Dwayne and Helen Wootton and big brother, Gilbert. Mike died suddenly on his birthday forty-six years later at his home in Spokane Valley. His parents divorced early in his life, and he moved with his mom and brother to Idaho. When his father married Connie, Read more [...]

Keith Puckett

  Keith Robert Puckett, longtime Moscow resident, passed away July 2, 2017 at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston, after an extended illness. He was 88. He was born December 30, 1928 in Allen, Nebraska to Cyril Maxwell Puckett and Eleanor Maria (Emry) Puckett, the fourth of ten children. After moving to Victor, Montana, when Keith was still a boy, the family settled in Greenleaf, Idaho, to be close to the Greenleaf Friends Academy, where Keith graduated in 1947. He worked in the Caldwell Read more [...]