CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
MAY 20, 2010
Obituaries for May 20, 2010
Lula F. Myrtue, 100, of Orofino
Our Auntie Lu passed away on
There were three
older siblings and two younger than her in the family; two brothers
and three sisters. Luís family moved to
The family moved
In the mid 1940ís
she and Cecil moved to
In the 1950ís, Lu and Cecil moved to a town called El Segundo, CA, due to the creation of I-5 Freeway that took many homes throughout California.
In the 1970ís Lu
and Cecil moved to
Lu had been a
member of the Order of the Amaranth, and belonged to the Rogue River
Valley Regional Medical Center Hospital Auxiliary and attended the
Lu was an avid bowler and other hobbies included sewing and gardening.
Lu came to
Brookside Landing in 2006 to be with her family; Bob and Alice Hardy
and family, Barbara Rasmussen and Donna Dodson. She has 16 nieces
and nephews throughout the
She was preceded in death by all her brothers and sisters; Clarence, George, Irene, Beulah and Caroline, two nieces: Jane Ludwig and Michaelyn Hardy.
Cremation has taken place. There will be a memorial service Friday, May 28, at 2 p.m. in the family room up0stairs at Brookside Landing, and on June 3, will be a graveside service, laying her to rest beside her husband, Cecil, in Medford, OR.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is taking care of the arrangements.
Patrick D. McMillan, 55, Ahsahka
Patrick D. McMillan passed away
Pat loved camping, traveling, fishing,
hunting, and riding his four-wheeler. He loved sharing his time
visiting with friends.
He enjoyed spending time in Ahsahka,
A memorial service/celebration of life for Pat will be conducted at on Wednesday, May 26, at the VFW in Orofino.
Ellen Katherine Hobson, 96, Orofino
Ellen Katherine Hobson,
Orofino, went to join her Heavenly Father on
She was born in
Helen started her
working career in
She lived a busy life as a pastorís wife and enjoyed cooking, sewing and quilting.
She is survived by her husband George of 68 years. Also surviving her are four children, Katherine Hobson, Phoenix, AZ, Betty (Jim) McGill, Nampa, Allen (Mary Lou) Hobson, Ephrata, WA and Eva (Dale) Durkee, Weippe; six grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Preceding her in death are her parents, sister Inez Nord, and brother, John Harry Johnson.
Visitation will take place Thursday, May 20 from to at Pine Hills Funeral Chapel.
A funeral service
will be at Pine Hills Funeral Chapel on Friday, May 21 at
with burial to follow at
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is in care of arrangements.
Clifford Hulin ,
, 76, Orofino
Hulin, Orofino, died
Ethel Westfall ,
, 95, Orofino
C. Smith, 86,
Smith was born
Timber Ridge and later
Stewart Smith at Crumís Drug store while he was on assignment at
Virginia Military Institute in
marrying Stewart, Naoma lived in
with Potlatch brought them to Townsite 4, later moving to
Headquarters when housing became available. She was a homemaker,
cleaned for the
Naoma was known for teaching most of the children in Headquarters to swim. In 1966, she was one of the first women hired at Jaype Mill, and was known as one of the "grandmas of Jaype." She worked there until 1989, and served as a union representative, worked as a grader and loved to help cook the holiday meals.
Survivors include daughters Bessie Stenzel and husband Ron of Prineville, OR, and Barbara Smith of Lewiston; sons Frank Smith of Pierce, Doug Smith and wife Tammy of Lewiston, and Fred Smith of Olympia; sisters Margariette Campbell of Stephens City, VA, Mary Ellen Camden and Edith C. Smith of Lexington, VA in addition to six grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren and one on the way in two weeks; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father; husband Stewart; son Robert Charles; brothers Gleason, Kenneth, Raymond, Bobby Lee, John Henry, Arthur and twins Donald and Ronald; and sisters Agnes, Louise, Bessie and Francis.
held on Sunday at Malcomís Brower-Wann Funeral Home in
gifts may be given to Victory Television,