CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
MAY 6, 2010
Obituaries for May 6, 2010
Keith H. Campbell, 47, Orofino
Keith Howard Campbell went home to be with the Lord
Keith was born
Keith was a devoted husband and father, a great friend and a kind and generous spirit. He loved his family more than anything else in this world. Keith was employed by Brandt’s Cedar Mill in Orofino where he had worked for many years.
Keith was the kind of person that couldn’t pass a car broken down on the side of the road without stopping to help, the kind of person who would gladly give you his last five dollars if you needed it, the kind of person who can never be replaced.
He is survived by
his wife and best friend, Jan Campbell, brother Bob Campbell of
Virginia, sisters Barbara and Kathy, children Jonathan and Cindy
A memorial service will be held at Orofino Tabernacle Saturday, May 22 at Afterwards a potluck will be held.
M. L. Robison, 78, formerly of Orofino
father, brother, grandpa, M.L. “Bud” Robison, 78, passed away at his
home in Rochester, WA on the evening of Wednesday,
honorable discharge Bud settled in
Bud was a truck driver his whole life. He drove heavy haul, construction, log trucks and long haul.
In October of
1984 Bud married Bonnie Fitzgerald-Osborn in
Bud is survived by his wife Bonnie; sister Patty Meyers (husband Cotton) of Boise; his children Mike and Connie Robison of Orofino, Rick Robison of Portland, and Dr. David and Kenda Robison of Marianna, FL, Kathy Lyle Hecker of Portland, OR; and his stepchildren Ted and Carey Osborn of Casper, WY and Laura Osborn and Jeff Tiwater of Olympia, WA. He also has 18 grandkids and eight great grandkids.
Bud was preceded in death by his parents Jack and Mabel, his brother Bill and his son Kenny.
He will be laid
to rest by Kenny’s side at the
There will be a potluck remembrance gathering at the VFW in Orofino after the services. The family asks that any donations be made to veterans or cancer charities.
Doyle C. Wilkins, 79, Kamiah
Wilkins of Kamiah departed this world on
He was born
to Loyd and Rose Wilkins on
lived in several areas between Tammany on the
After marrying Lennis Cochrell in 1952, the couple settled on the breaks of the Old Lolo and started their family. Partnering with his brother and father, they built a sawmill and continued to run cattle.
they moved to east Kamiah. He helped build three more lumber mills
in this area and worked at Carney Pole Company. In the late 1960s,
he started his own business, Wilkins Automatic Transmission and
Repair. His employment in the
Doyle’s volunteer work spans three decades.
Doyle and his loving wife Lennis were married just eight months short of 50 years before Lennis passed away.
Doyle was preceded in death by his parents, Loyd and Rose Wilkins of Weiser, wife Lennis Wilkins, and brothers Ray Wilkins of Weiser and Gerald Wilkins of Emmett.
Doyle is survived by his four children, Wendell Wilkins, Susan Stewart and Wilda Woehler, all of Kamiah, and Fern Goodwin of Kooskia; brothers and sister, Don Wilkins of Spokane, Glenn Wilkins of Slate Creek and Lola Wilman Chavez of Weippe; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchild-ren; a very caring and loving friend for life, Betty Munden; and man’s best friend, Spud the dog.
A memorial service will be held at , Saturday, May 8 at the Catholic Church in Kamiah. A luncheon will follow.