Fay Musser Gilkey is 96. She was born in Orofino and attended school here.

She married Don Gilkey and has a son, David and daughter, Carol, in addition to eight grandchildren, great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Fay’s hobby was square dancing and she belonged to several square dancing groups.

There will be a celebration Jan. 14, 2:30 p.m. at Wedgewood Terrace, 2114 Vineyard Ave, Lewiston which the public is invited to attend.

Carolyn Moxley, of Peck, is 85. She was born in Craigmont, attended school at Clarkston and Pomeroy. She married and had a son and daughter. She later married John Moxley and together they owned Moxley Furniture Store in Kamiah. Carolyn enjoys rodeos, dolls and friends and family.

George Wilfong is 92. He lived in Orofino for most of his life and attended school here. He was in the U.S. Marine Corps, spent three years in Japan and China, and was in the Battle of Okinawa.

He married Jean Frear in 1951. They have five children. George worked for Clearwater County Road Department, Riverside Water and Sewer District and CPTPA. After retirement at age 62 he moved to Missoula, MT, then to Lewiston.

George is still active and enjoys spending time with his children.

Wayne Wilson is 92. He was born in Washington in 1927, his family moved near Kendrick, where he still lives. He graduated from Kendrick High School.

Wayne was in the U.S. Navy during World War II, stationed in Long Beach, CA. Upon discharge he farmed on Big Bear Ridge, retiring several years ago.

He married Glenda Graham in 1969, Glenda died in 2000.

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