Eugene August Dammel passed away suddenly on June 20, 2015. He was 85-years-old. Eugene was born to parent John and Alice Dammel in Havillah, Wash
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On Friday, July 17, 2015 Richard (Dick) Leo Mayer of Tonasket passed away peacefully at home at the age of 76 years. Dick was born in Buffalo, New York on July 6, 1939.
Patricia M. Punteney, 81, of Waterloo and formerly of Oelwein, Iowa died Monday morning, July 20, 2015 at NorthCrest Specialty Care in Waterloo, Iowa. Patricia Mae King was born September 28, 1933 at Spokane, Washington, the daughter of Patrick Kelly and Eva Mae (Riste) King.
OROVILLE – The sixth annual Tumbleweed Film Festival covers three nights of different short films from around the world starting Thursday, July 30 through Saturday, Aug. 1. Over the three nights, which take place at four different venues around Oroville, 40 American and international short films will be presented.
Lillian Mae Tibbs, 86, of Oroville, WA, passed away July 9, 2015, after a courageous battle with cancer. Lillian was born to Raymond and Dora (Duncan) Hudson on May 17, 1929, in Greenville, SC. Lillian was raised and educated Salt Lake City, UT.
Douglas Arthur Weeks, age 81 of Oroville, passed away on Monday, July 13, 2015 at his home in Oroville. He was born September 30, 1933 in Wilkie, Saskatchewan, Canada to parents Arthur and Ruberta Weeks.
Mary Bourn, age 85 of Oroville, passed away on Friday, July 10, 2015 at North Valley Hospital in Tonasket. She was born June 20, 1930 in Ekalaka, Montana to parents Allen and Nellie Robinson.
John L. Burbery, age 87, died on Friday, June 12, 2015 at home in Tonasket. John was born on November 10, 1927 to parents Dick and Lula Burbery.
MOLSON – The community of Molson would like to invite everyone young and old, to come to the June 20th Molson Midsummer Festival, a Molson summer fun day that has something for everyone.
Walter “Walt” Joos was loved by many and cherished by many more. He had a gentle, giving sole and would help anyone he could… even if it meant going without himself. He loved his neighbors and friends on the hill and his local morning meeting table at Shannon’s where he would learn all he could about life in Tonasket.