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He was born October 26, 1952, in Sandpoint, Idaho, to Loren and Imogene Cunningham, and moved to Grand Coulee as an infant, where he lived most of his life at the family ranch. He graduated in 1971, from the last graduating class at Grand Coulee High School. (The Star)
Obituary submitted by the family ... He was born in Boise, Idaho, on October 24, 1942, to Timothy and Alice Vaughan. Michael grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho, and moved to Spokane, Washington, in 1954. During his high school years, he became a ham-radio ... (KTNA 88.9 FM)
He is survived by his wife Brenda (Flowers) Clark, Sacramento, CA.; Mother Terry (Clark) husband Chet Whitney, Sandpoint, Idaho; father Tom Clark, Roy, Utah; sisters Tracy Clark, Sparks, NV; Tricia (Clark) husband JR Oneal, and their daughters Graci and ... (Elko Daily Free Press)
She is survived by her daughters, Suzie (Dan) Schindewolf of Conover, Cathy (Jon) Pomeroy of Sandpoint, Idaho, and Becky (Rick) Purtee of Quincy; her sons, David (Janie) Pulfer of Celina, and Daniel (Chrissy) Pulfer of Bellefontaine; grandchildren ... (Bellefontaine Examiner)
Margaret is survived by her four children; Gretchen Steen in Sandpoint, Idaho, David (Cheryl ... in Washburn. To view this obituary online, sign the guestbook or express online condolences, visit us at bratleyfamilyfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements are ... (apg-wi.com)
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