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She loved working in her yard and garden, and traveling to the Oregon and Washington Coast. In August of 2006, Naomi married Jesse Willard Lawson. Naomi is survived by her sister, Eva Gregg of Yakima; brother, Fred Montz of Port Orchard, WA; her husband ... (Yakima Herald)
Leroy is survived by his sister Wilma Oksendahl of Carthrage, North Carolina, and ten children: Eric (Elaine) Oksendahl of Port Orchard, Washington, Andy (Julie) Oksendahl of Carthrage North Carolina, Mark (Holly) Oksendahl of Parker, Colorado, Nels ... (Billings Gazette)
Daisy is survived by her son, James D. Cain Jr. (and Joyce) of West Jefferson, North Carolina and her daughter, Barbara Lanchester (and Nelson) of Port Orchard, Washington; two grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and dozens of nieces and nephews ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)
She is survived by her daughters Melody Knight (Carl), Port Orchard, Sherry Hulscher (Ron), Aberdeen and Dawn Radebaugh (Steve), Dayton, Washington, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. A memorial service will ... (Daily World)
Rick Leroy Farrell of Port Orchard, Washington received a traumatic brain injury in ... Read or Share this story: http://www.kitsapsun.com/story/life/announcements/obituaries/2017/01/27/rick-leroy-farrell-57/97141270/ (Kitsap Sun)
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