To my beloved Spokane

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Information and applications can be obtained from the district website at www. Application deadline is October 22, SR The meeting will include an open session discussion of potential lease and sale terms for a portion of property owned by SCD. Upon conclusion of the public discussion, and in accordance with RCW Any final action selling or leasing public property shall be taken during the open publicmeeting.

The meeting will be held at E. Scheele Conference Room. All District programs and projects are offered without discrimination. If you are in need of special accom-modations, please call in advance so arrangements can be made. This public meeting will be held remotely. The public will be able to participate via conference call calling and entering Meeting ID: Password: The hearing will begin at p.

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Please contact forty-eight 48 hours before the meeting. Broadway Spokane, WA RFQ Due Date and Time: October 15, PM Brief Scope of Services: This RFQ seeks firms experienced in performing strategic planning assessments of fire service organizations to identify budgetary planning, staffing and management of current and future programs and resources. Dated this 16th day of August Look to the following obituaries or call the funeral home for further details. He was born in Oakland, CA, on September 15, Pitts and Lorraine Frances Clerici. After graduating he ed the U.

Army where he spent bootcamp at Ford Ord and went on to the Presidio in San Francisco where he studied food science. He made everything better that he touched and loved tearing into a wall to do so. He dove into redoing his own houses, gardening and especially entertaining. He was known to bring his special pasta sauce to his friends around town. He spent the last 16 years in Spokane, Washington, where he attended St. Aloysius Catholic Church at Gonzaga University. He loved the beauty and majesty of the old church. Raymond had many close friendships throughout his life and a large extended family who looked up to him and loved him very much.

The family wishes to thank all the medical and care staff who have treated him so well over the last three years. A funeral will be held at St. Diablo Blvd. His remains will be laid to rest with his parents at the Mountain View Columbarium in Oakland. A gentle soul who gave much and wanted nothing in return except love. Dad, you will be missed. Professor emeritus of religion and philosophy at Whitworth University. Hawthorne Rd. The youngest of seven, he is preceded in death by four brothers and his only sister.

His greatest blessing was his family, and he also left many cousins, nieces, and nephews, as well as friends. He ed the Air Force in He was sent to San Francisco and Vietnam, then Montana. After being sent to Biloxi, Mississippi, where his children were born, he went to Taiwan and then returned home to Spokane. Although he and Dianne divorced, they remained close friends. Mike was honorably discharged from the Air Force in and settled down to raise his kids and eventually help with his granddaughters.

He loved returning to the coast and sitting along the jetties watching the ocean. He shared this love of the ocean with his children and grandchildren. Some of his favorite pastimes include reading, playing cards and games, working puzzles, fishing, and listening to and watching sports. He loved his family and even opened his home to his niece Michelle Thibault who helped him in later years. He was greatly lobed and will be forever missed. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

They lived in the San Jose area until the end of WW2. When Bill turned 18, he ed the Marines. In February of he was flown home on compassionate leave, as his father was very sick in the hospital. One of the nurses caring for him was a student nurse named Beatrice Storm. He was instantly taken with her. Their 2nd date was the next night, when she took him to his first gospel meeting. Once home, Bill started further education at Whitworth College in the fall of He and Bea started a courtship at that time and married on June 18, His studies came to an end when he learned of the expected arrival of twins and ed the Spokane Fire Department on January 1, He felt the fire service was his calling and served for 25 years, rising to the rank of captain, before having to retire due to on-the-job injuries.

After that, he opened a gun business, which he ran for more than 30 years. Bea and Bill lived their married life in the Spokane area and had a family of 3 boys. Bill also enjoyed working in his shop. Their last years were spent on a farm in Elk, Washington, with Steve and his wife, Laurie. He is also survived by his brother Dick, seven grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, and loving friends and extended family. Thank you. James Robert Cook had strong roots for his ever growing love of all things wild and free.

He went on attend West Valley High School. His body, demeanor and determination made it effortless for him to excel at any sport, leading him to play football for Washington State University. That accomplishment was cut short by his insatiable curiosity and interest in airplanes.

When he, one day, had his attention to a plane in the sky and biked over to Felts Field. He became one of the first new enlistees in the Air Force. With his exquisite attention to detail, it was natural for him to be a crew chief. He became one with the P51 Mustang, knowing it in and out. Always having it in top notch form. Jim took great joy in sharing many activities with his kids; Boy Scouts, sports and most of all adventures in the great outdoors, which ran through his veins.

He taught them all, as he was by his father, the love of camping, foraging, huckleberries, catching fish and harvesting game. Jim went on countless hunting excursions, making many lifelong friends, along the way. All the way up North to the NWT. Through the years, Jim became a modern day Da Vinci, crafting many unique things from the size of a clothespin to a house. His unique touch went devotedly into everything he made. His skills were bar none and mind boggling, coming up with countless creations. As time went on he became a grandfather of six and four great-grandkids. He continued to share his sense of adventure and way with the camping, fishing, and hunting.

He also was their biggest cheerleader in a wide range of sports and activities. When Jim began to slow down which no one ever thought possible , he went from the Great Hunter to Snow White of the forest, using his acquired skills and knowledge to instead befriend and observe all the creatures of the woods. He was up close and personal with them feeding by hand, naming them and documenting their lives.

Jim also became quite the story teller. In being more sedentary other passions arose. Jim and Kay became Zags fanatics, not missing a single game. Following every move they made. They really enjoyed all the excitement of having a home town champion team to take pride and pleasure in.

In his final days, he was surrounded by those he held dear, with ever flowing love and devotion. He died September 26, , in Moscow, Idaho, at age Jim graduated from Ritzville High School, married Vada Koch, and graduated from Whitworth College, where he pitched for the baseball team and played golf for the Pirates.

After returning to the United States, he drove extensively through the western US, making friends, staying with fellow Christians, witnessing in Emmaus Walks, and playing hymns on the piano. He dedicated his life to his walk with Christ and gently encouraged others to pursue their walk. For the last several years, he lived with or nearby his friends in Deary, Idaho. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to a charity of their choice. Gary Forrest Griffith, beloved husband, father, brother, uncle and grandfather, of Spokane, WA passed away peacefully at the age of 77 on September 14, with his family by his side.

Gary was born in St. Charles, Illinois to the late Robert and Catherine Griffith. He settled in Spokane in and remained there working as an accomplished carpenter until he retired, concentrating on home remodels and new construction. Gary was a skilled and conscientious individual known for his integrity, strong work ethic and quality craftsmanship — his reputation for excellent work was well known in the greater Spokane area.

Gary married the love of his life, Anita Laine Maher in and they spent many happy years together. In they moved to Belize where they lived an adventurous life on the Island of Ambergris Caye for a year before returning to Spokane. He later enjoyed renovating a Chevy pickup truck and showing it off at the local car shows. He was an avid reader, he enjoyed feeding the birds, viewing the local turkeys and the occasional deer that visited their yard.

When you visited with Gary you could always expect a bear hug. He was a very loving and caring man who loved his family. He will be deeply missed by all. He seldom spoke in anger, was fun loving, attentive, and fair, and was genuinely interested in the lives and welfare of other people. Ron recently ed his beloved wife Georgiana Coppedge Faust , passing quietly in his sleep at his home in Billings MT on September 24, Young Ronnie grew up watching the films of the 30s and 40s, sweeping up between shows, taking tickets, learning the business, and getting his boyhood pals into the Saturday matinee.

He loved all sports, closely following his Brooklyn Dodgers, taking up golf and fly-fishing, and lettering as a quarterback, third baseman, and point guard for the Forsyth Dogies. In the process, Ron forged close friendships that lasted a lifetime — a pattern he would repeat many times over.

A life-long learner, Ron was equally capable of scholarly pursuits. The valedictorian of his Dogie class of , he graduated the University of Montana with honors in and was selected president of Silent Sentinel. In later years, Ron wrote an autobiography, enjoyed reading American history and researching the lives of his ancestors. Ron met the love of his life in , when his SAE brother Jack Coppedge invited him to Polson for golf and teenage sister Georgiana came out to caddy.

They married on March 3, , forging a year partnership that would take them around the globe. They were in step with one another, and always vivacious on the dance floor! Seeking a larger life than Forsyth might provide, Ron embarked on a career in international business as a manager of factory ing for the Firestone Rubber Company.

To my beloved Spokane

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