CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
JULY 8, 2010
Obituaries for July 8, 2010
Ralph C. Johnson, 69, Orofino
Ralph Cecil Johnson, 69 of Orofino died
Ralph was born
Ralph and Gloria J. Johnson were married
Ralph was a direct descendent of
He received a Public Service Announcement Award from the Idaho
Department of Transportation; he had a part in a commercial in the
Ralph was preceded in death by his parents, Frank R. Johnson and Pauline Finley Hill; his brother, Frankie Johnson; and his son, Ralph C. Johnson, Jr.
Ralph is survived by his wife, Gloria J. Johnson of
Orofino; his sons, Robert L. Johnson of Kooskia, Roland C. Johnson
A memorial service was held July 1 at Wa-A’yas Community
Center at Kamiah. Funeral services were July 2, also at the Wa-A’yas
Community Center in Kamiah. Interment was at
Memorial donations may go to Gloria Johnson.
Thelma Toliver, 85, Orofino
Thelma Toliver of
Orofino and formerly of Kamiah, loving wife, mother and grandmother,
died peacefully at Clearwater Health and
Thelma was born
She is also survived by her son, Gary Toliver and seven grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. She and her husband had lived in Kamiah for the past 20 years.
We will always remember her wonderful smile and she will be deeply missed by many.
Services are to be announced at a later date. Arrangements are with Trenary Funeral Home of Kooskia.
Irma L. White, 100
Irma L. White, 100, Alpine,
Arrangements are pending at Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home of Lewiston.
Rosemary M. Teed,
Rosemary Teed passed away
She was born
Ralph S. Teed Jr. on
In 1976, Rosemary
Survivors include three sons, Milo S. Teed of Lewiston, Monty L. Teed of Lewiston and Tracy Teed of Weippe; three daughters, Laurinda A. Wise of Volcano, CA, Wendy Teed of Lewiston and Tammy K. Wells of Clarkston, WA; a sister, Joan Kling of Soap Lake, WA.; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a son, Preston Teed; a daughter, Lorraine Hutchins; a brother, Lyle Hunt; and a grandson, Larry Teed.
A memorial service
was held Saturday, July 3 at
Hazel Mildred (Millie) Bennett, 81
(Millie) Bennett died
Millie would have liked the thought that she went out with a BANG!
She was born
Millie tried her hand at many occupations, including cooking in logging camps, telephone operator and dental tech, but most remember her working beside Bob, cutting and wrapping meat together. Millie was also a caregiver to all.
She was a member of Rebecca Lodge, the Moose Lodge and an Eagle lifetime member. She loved entertaining, cooking, bowling and dancing until the wee hours.
Millie never lost her sense of dry humor, declaring that her diminished stature left her gazing at belt buckles most of her life.
She was preceded in death by Bob Bennett, her husband of 57 years; her father and mother; and a number of nephews and nieces including Leona Allen, Leota Allen, Aletha Hayes, William Allen, Arnold Leroy Allen and Vernon Allen.
Survivors include a sister, Sallie Eikum; a very special sister-in-law. Jeannie Bennett; a dear foster daughter and friend, Debbie Isbelle; a special niece, Mareda Carney; nephews Bill and Roger Hayes; plus several great nieces and nephews. The couple was not blessed with children of their own.
A funeral service
will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home in
The family suggests memorials be made to the animal shelter or the Cancer Society.