Adeline E. Westphal

Adeline E. Westphal, 83, Formerly of Tonasket died February 17, 2014 in Walla Walla. She was born March 13, 1930 to Frank and Lolita Jones in Spokane and grew up in the Wauconda area.

Adeline married Herman Westphal on Aug. 17, 1947 in Tonasket. They lived in the Toroda Creek area of the Okanogan Highlands where they ranched and were involved in the logging and sawmill industry. In 1958 they moved to Coulee City to farm with Adeline’s uncles. In 1966 They moved back to Tonasket where Adeline worked in apple packing sheds for 25 years.

Adeline dearly loved her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grand children. Survivors include her son Keith Westphal and his wife Jerri Westphal of Walla Walla; her daughter Linda Clark and her husband Tony Clark of Moses Lake; a brother Frank W. Jones and wife Edna Jones of Moses Lake; a sister Eula Olsen and husband Bob Olson of Mount Vernon; six grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and seven great great grandchildren.

Adeline was preceded in death by her parents, husband Herman, a sister Dorothy and a brother Casey.

Services will be held Tuesday, February 25, at 10 a.m. in Moses Lake at the First Baptist Church of Moses Lake, 724 W. 4th Ave, Moses Lake, Wash., followed with interment in Tonasket Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675, in Herman J. and Adeline E. Westphal’s names.

Herring Groseclose Funeral Home in Walla Walla is in charge of arrangements.

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