Odessa Vicinity Deaths

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Laabs:  Phyllis Weber Laabs, a former Odessa resident who resided in Bothell, died Sept 23. She was born June 28, 1925. Preceded in death by her husband, Eugene Laabs; by her parents, Bill and Hilda Weber; and by a brother, Weldon Weber, she is survived by three children: Bill Laabs, Barbara Leigh and Michael Laabs. Funeral services for Mrs Laabs were to be held today, Sept 28, from Acacia, Forkner & Home Funeral Home, Lake City. Burial is to follow at Acacia Cemetery.” (Odessa Record: 9-28-1989)

LaBarre:  “A funeral service for Helen G LaBarre, of Portland, was held on Oct 13.  Mrs LaBarre, who was 89 years old, died Wednesday, Oct 8, 2003. Helen Gettman was born Sept 10, 1914, in Odessa. She moved to Portland at the age of 19 and lived in the Portland area most of her life. She was a teller for the Internal Revenue Service. In 1937 she married Homer A LaBarre. He died in 1995. Survivors include her son, William LaBarre; brother, Herman Gettman; sister, Violet Gettman, and two grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 10-23-2003)

Laib:  Albert Laib of Dayton, born Oct 1, 1913 in warden to John and Christina Heizelman Laib, passed away Jan 20 at Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane.  After attending schools in the Warden area, he married Sarah Koch there, and the couple farmed in the area for a time, then moved to Lind and later to Odessa where they farmed before returning to Warden in 1943. There they purchased a farm on Willow Creek and remained until Mrs Laib’s death in 1977. Mr Laib retired in 1983.  In May, 1983, he married Charity Yoder Wolfer in Salem, OR and after traveling extensively for several years, they settled a year ago in Dayton.  Mr Laib was a member of the First Congregational Church, of the Columbia County Livestock Assn, of the Columbia County Grain Growers, of the Columbia County farm Bureau and the Washington Cattlemen’s Assn. He is survived by his wife at the family home; by three sons, Dennis, Loren and Alan Laib, all of Dayton; by a daughter, Carol Maynard of Chico, CA; by two brothers, Raymond Laib of Dayton and Milton Laib of Puyallup; by two sisters, Ella Scheller of Odessa and Annette Gray of Visalia, CA; by three stepsons and two step-daughters; by 11 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, 12 step-grandchildren and 9 step great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Jan 25 at the First Congregational Church in Dayton.” (Odessa Record: 2-01-1990)

Laing:  W J Laing, Neppel, pioneer Odessa resident and merchant, was buried at Spokane on Wednesday. Mr Laing arrived in this vicinity in approximately 1902, homesteading near Ruff. (notes from Odessa Record: 6-18-1936)

Landfried:  Virgil O Landfried, 82, died on Tuesday, March 31, 1998, at Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane. Mr Landfried farmed near Lamona during the 1970s. He was employed by the U & I Sugar company in Moses Lake after that, and retired to Spokane in 1978. He was born Aug 27, 1915 in Harrington and was graduated from Davenport High School in 1936. He served in the US Navy as a Seabee in WW II.  He married Edith Jayne in 1948.  For several years, before taking up farming at Lamona, he was manager of the Davenport Grange.  He is survived by his wife, Edith; two daughters, Iris and Frieda; 3 granddaughters, Joanne, Donna and Ursula; one great granddaughter, Jenny, and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held in Spokane on April 4.” (Odessa Record: 4-23-1998)

Lane:  Emma Weishaar Lane died on Monday, Aug 5, 1996, in Julian, CA.  She was the last of 10 children of Friedrich and Louisa Weishaar Sr, of the Marlin area.  She is survived by her husband, William Lane; a son, Bob Frank; a daughter, Billie Foster; four grandchildren, and one great grandchild.  Emma and Bill were married on June 20, 1936. Her body was cremated and the ashes placed in the Lane plot at the Julian Cemetery at Julian, CA.  A memorial service is planned at a future date in Odessa.” (Odessa Record: 8-15-1996)  “A memorial service for Emma Weishaar Lane will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct 10, at the Heritage United Church of Christ Sanctuary in Odessa, with Rev Larry Pierson officiating. Mrs Lane died on Monday, Aug 5, 1996, in Julian, CA. Her body was cremated and the ashes placed in the Lane plot at the Julian Cemetery. She was the last of 10 children of Friedrich and Louisa Weishaar, of the Marlin area. She is survived by her husband, William Lane; a son, Bob Frank; a daughter, Billie Foster; four grandchildren, and one great grandchild.” (Odessa Record: 10-03-1996)

Laney:  David H Laney, aged 94 yr 10 mos 13 dys, born: Dec 15, 1821 in PA. Meth. minister in MS & LA, then to Missouri to farm and raise family of 6 children. Wife died 30 yrs ago. One child now deceased. Remains shipped with JW Laney to Savannah, MO to family burial grounds. (notes from Odessa Record of 11-03-1916)

Langos:  Olga Haag Langos was born in Odessa Oct 12, 1908. Her maiden name was Haag. She died Feb 23, 1991 with the funeral in Portland. Preceded in death by her husband Louis Langos. Survivors include her daughter, Edna O Peters of Gresham; son Louis T Langos of Gresham; brothers Ted Haag of Tualatin and David Haag of Portland; sisters Martha Schultz of Petaluma, Ca, Maxine Rott of Portland, Cora Marks of Portland, and Loena Rahkola of Depoe Bay.  (Notes from Odessa Record: 3-07-1991)

Lansing:  William J Lansing, manager of the Ritzville Trading Company and a pioneer, died Monday at a Spokane hospital after a week’s illness. He had been manager of the trading company the last four years and prior to that was assistant manager. At one time he was county superintendent of schools. Besides his widow Jean, of Spokane, he is survived by his son, Lloyd V, Everett, WA.” (Odessa Record: 3-09-1944)

Larimer:  “A report was received here this week that Charles Larimer, former resident here, lately of Hollywood, was killed there when struck by a truck.” (Odessa Record: 4-08-1932)

Larimer:  Earl Larimer, 84, a former Krupp-Marlin area resident, died on Sept 18, 1984 at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake, following a long illness.  Earl was born March 6, 1900 at Marlin and attended school at the Larimer School north of Marlin. He farmed for several years with his parents. He also was mail carrier for the Marlin north countryside. In 1929 he moved to Moses Lake.  On Dec 30, 1945 he was married to Doris Johnson. Mr and Mrs Larimer farmed at Royal City until 1965 when they moved back to Moses Lake.  Survivors include his wife, Doris; one daughter, Lora Lee Machtmes; one grandson; four sisters, Chassie Subold, Mary McMinimy and Mrs James Strine, all of Post Falls, ID and Willsie Hertzog in California.” (Odessa Record: 9-27-1984) 

Larimer:  Sally Frances Larimer of Moses Lake died May 9 with burial in the Ephrata Cemetery. She was born Feb 22, 1870 in Bristol, TN. She was married to William Larimer Oct 13, 1892. They came to Wilbur in 1899. Later they moved to a homestead near Odessa. Mr Larimer died in 1906. Surviving are: four daughters, Mrs Chassie Seabold, Sacramento, CA; Mrs Mary McMinnimy, Richland, CA; Mrs Wilsie Hertzog, Spokane; Mrs Williemina Strine, Lewiston, ID; three sons: Earl and Paul Larimer of Moses Lake; and Roland Larimer of Lebanon, OR; one sister, Mrs Olive Geisler of Kingsport, TN; 10 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; and one great great grandchild. (notes from Odessa Record: 5-19-1949)

Larrabee:  “Word received from Sacramento, CA, tells of the death last Tuesday of Mr John Larrabee, father of Mrs Jake Hopp Jr of Harrington, Mrs Gladys Smalley, also of Harrington and Mrs Olive Brune of Sacramento. The sad news found all three sisters at the Hopp home, where Mesdames Smalley and Brune had arrived Monday by auto for a visit with Mrs Hopp. Besides the three daughters, one son survives, Leon L Larrabee, Sacramento, formerly in business in Harrington. Mrs Brune’s husband was formerly publisher of the Odessa Record. Mrs Hopp is well known here, where she and her husband lived for many years.” (Odessa Record: 8-19-1932)

Larson:  Mary Lou Larson died at her home in Ellensburg Dec 7, 2000. She was born Dec 12, 1928, a daughter of Ross Denver Harrison and Mary Viola Morris. She graduated from Billings Senior High School (MT) in 1946. She married Walter R Larson of Circle, MT, to which union 7 children were born. She was a former co-publisher of the Odessa Record, from Sept 1, 1964 to July 1, 1978. Per her request, cremation and a private committal service was held, memorial service was at the First Lutheran Church in Ellensburg. (notes from Odessa Record: 12-15-2000)

Laupp:  “Henrick L Laupp, age 77, a resident of the Davenport area since 1925 died in a Spokane hospital Feb 5, having been taken to the hospital Jan 27. A native of Germany, he came to the United States in 1887. He is survived by one brother, Ernest Laupp, Mondovi farmer.” (Odessa Record: 2-13-1947)

LeClaire:  “The Spokane River, which claimed the life of Earl LeClaire, 33, of Butte, MT, last Tuesday, yielded up the body. It was recovered by police and sent to a Spokane funeral home. LeClaire had worked recently for a hay rancher near Odessa. He and a friend, Richard Crawford, left for Spokane, had been drinking, and went for a swim in the river, where LeClaire was caught in a swift current.” (Odessa Record: 8-10-1939)

Lee, Mae Ollie McCann: (d. 2-01-1931; b. 12-14-1895; w/o Les.; cremated) "Mae Ollie Lee. Death: Feb 1, 1931, 12:10 p.m., Odessa, WA. Housewife, 17 yrs. Informant: Leslie W Lee. of Odessa. Birth: Dec 14, 1895, age 35 yrs 1 mo 18 days. Female, white, married. Birthplace: Centerville, WA. Father: John McCann, born Gaston, OR; Mother: Nora Smith, born Seattle, WA. Residence in Odessa: 7 yrs. Previous residence: Marcus, WA. Cause of death: Intestinal Loaemia 5 wks, functional psycasis 17 wks, flue and sinus infection 7 yrs. L M Thompson. Leaves husband: Leslie W Lee, of Odessa. 2 children: Leslie W Lee, Jr, and Margret Jean Lee, both Odessa; Father: John McCann, Beaverton, OR; Mother: Mrs John McCann, Beaverton, OR; Brothers: Bruce McCann, Manning, OR; Earl McCann, San Francisco, CA; Ted McCann, Berten, OR; sisters: Alice McCann Fisher, Portland, OR; Margret McCann, Beaverton, OR. Physical: 5 ft 6 inches. Feb 1, 1931. Cremation. Funeral: 2-04-1931, 2 p.m., Odessa, WA, then to Spokane. Minister: Rev Galle. Incineration: Smith and Company, Spokane, WA." (mortuary ledger)

Leighter:  Brad LeRoy Leighter, 23, of Ephrata, died Oct 6, 1996. He was born Jan 28, 1973 in MO. He married Misty Ewing in 1996 in Ephrata. Among the survivors were grandparents: W A and Evelyn Brandenburg of Odessa. (notes from Odessa Record: 10-10-1996)

Lenhart:  “Former Odessa resident Wayne Lenhart died on Tuesday Jan 6, 2004 in Spokane from complications of brain surgery. He was 73 year old. The son of Fred and Katie Lenhart, Wayne was born May 4, 1930 at the farm home of his parents 12 miles southeast of Odessa. He was graduated from Odessa High school in 1948... He married Mary Ann (Buzzy) Weber, of Odessa, on Feb 6, 1953. They moved to Spokane... A memorial service was held on Jan 12, at St Mark Lutheran Church in Spokane.” (Odessa Record: 1-15-2004)

Lentz:  Mrs Rosie Lentz, 63, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Fred Weishaar, died at a Tacoma hospital on Sunday night, after several days of illness. The funeral is being held there today. A native of Russia, Mrs Lentz came to this area with her parents in 1903. She was married to Christ Lentz of Marlin, and for the past 18 years they have made their home at Tacoma. Immediate survivors include her husband, three sons and three daughters.  Mr and Mrs E M Hemmerling, Mrs Matilda Kern and Eddie Kern are at the coast to attend the services. Mr and Mrs Fred S Weishaar left this morning for Tacoma to attend the services.” (Odessa Record: 5-05-1949)

Lenz:  David Lenz, a native and former resident of Odessa, died on Monday, May 20, 1996, in Seaford, VA. He was 69 years old. He was born in Odessa on Feb 23, 1927, the son of Fred and Lydia (Frieske) Lenz.  Following his graduation from Odessa High School with the Class of 1945, he served in the US Army. After his military service, he attended and was graduated from WSU. He then joined the US Air Force, retiring as a major after a long career. Following this, he was a junior high school mathematics instructor. He is survived by his wife, Alyce, at the home; two daughters, Paulie and Dineer; one son, Patrick; four grandchildren, and three sisters, Mary Salo, of Odessa; Martha Sassman, of Wilbur; and Alma Hurley, of Edmunds, WA. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Jacob Lenz and Ted Lenz.” (Odessa Record: 8-08-1996)

Lenz:  Jacob Lenz, who grew up in Odessa and was a graduate of Odessa High School with the Class of 1937, died on Nov 20, (1993). He had suffered from a heart condition.  He had been a resident in a retirement home in Ogden, Utah. Jake was the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Lenz, of Odessa. During WW II, he enlisted in the US Navy. He was a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941. He served on the USS Oklahoma and escaped from the ship as it was turning over. He is survived by three sisters, Mary Salo, of Odessa; Martha Sassman, of Wilbur; and Alma Hurley, of Edmonds, WA, and by one brother, David Lenz, of Seaford, WV.” (Odessa Record: undated)

Lesser:  Conrad Lesser, a former resident of the Odessa area, died in Spokane on March 15, 1993, following a prolonged illness.  Mr Lesser was born in Frank, Russia, on March 3, 1904. At the age of 3, he came with his family to Ritzville. They farmed in the Packard area. He married Amelia Horak, of Odessa, on Feb 23, 1933. They later made their home in Spokane, where he was employed by Spokane Metals and retired after 25 years. He is survived by his wife, Amelia, at the home; one son and daughter-in-law, Allen and Carolyn Lesser, of Spokane; two daughters, Karen Collins and Marlene Kramer, both of Spokane; 11 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. on Friday, March 19, at Spokane Memorial Gardens. Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, Spokane, is in charge of arrangements.” (Odessa Record: 3-18-1993)

Lesser:  John Lesser of Moses Lake, born in Frank, Russia April 30, 1898 to Henry and Mary Lesser, passed away May 10 at Samaritan Hospital.  He moved with his family to the US at age 8, when they came to Odessa to farm. He was married to Clara Becker in October, 1928 on the Becker family homestead near Odessa, and the  couple continued to farm here until 1959, when they moved to Moses Lake. There, Mr Lesser worked as custodian for the Moses Lake School District and in maintenance at Larson Air Base. Later, he was active in woodworking, both as a hobby and in helping with carpentry jobs for neighbors and townspeople. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church. Preceded in death by three brothers and a sister, Mr Lesser is survived by his wife, Clara, at the family home; by a son Leroy Lesser, of Moses Lake; by a daughter, Ruth Peppler of Moses Lake; by a brother, Conrad Lesser of Spokane; and by 3 granddaughters and a great granddaughter. Funeral service was held May 14 at Grace Lutheran Church of Moses Lake, the Rev Edwin Rumerfield officiating. Interment followed at Pioneer Memorial Gardens. Services and interment were under the direction of the Chapel of Memories.” (Odessa Record: 5-21-1987)

Level:  John A Level, age 67, a pioneer of eastern Washington who spent 16 years in the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office as sheriff and deputy, died Monday at Spokane after a lingering illness. Mr Level was a native of Wisconsin and came to the Inland Empire in 1869 and engaged in the freighting business when Spokane was little more than a trading post. Later he bought land near Davenport where he resided for 45 years. Mr Level was one of the best known men in this county and in his official capacity made many friends here. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs Denton Moffatt of Hussar, Alta.; Mrs H H Smithey of Paradise, MT; two sons, Johnny Level of NY City; and E E Level of Spokane and one brother, Leonard, in Chelan. His funeral was held at Spokane Wednesday and interment took place after it at the Fairmont Cemetery.” (Odessa Record: 5-16-1924)

Lewis:  “A memorial service was held on March 8 for Mary Jeanne Lewis, 73, at the Plymouth Congregational Church in Spokane.  Mrs Lewis was formerly of Odessa, where she was a nurse at Odessa Memorial Hospital.  She was born in Tacoma and died Feb 17, 1994. She had lived in Spokane the past several years.  She is survived by one daughter, Judy Davis, of Spokane; three sons, Michael Leonard Lewis, of Panama City Beach, FL; Bradley Lewis of Renton, WA; and Douglas Lewis of San Diego; 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild.” (Odessa Record: 3-17-1994)

Libsack: "Jacob Libsack, 51, former Odessa resident, was buried at Tacoma on Sunday, following his death there on Thursday, at the family home, where he had lived for the past seven years. Born in Frank, Russia, Jan 11, 1885, he came to this country in 1906 and farmed in the Marlin area. He was married to Pauline Borgens, who survives him. Other survivors include two brothers, Adam and Conrad, of Odessa, and one, Henry, in Russia. A sister, Mrs Henry Trupp, Jr, of Beaver Creek, Oregon, also survives." (Odessa Record: 9-03-1936)

Liebel:  Millie Marie Swales Liebel died Jan 23, 1998, aged 73. Memorial service was held at Simpson United Methodist Church in Pullman. In 1949 she married Lester Liebel. Survivors include her husband, 5 daughters and 10 grandchildren. She was an accomplished violinist and taught music in the Odessa schools in the late 1940s. (notes from Odessa Record: 2-05-1998; burial not stated)

Lieder:  Harry Lieder died Nov 12, 1981 with funeral services in Fresno, CA. He was born Feb 23, 1909 and was married to Kaylorine Hopp. Henry Hopp of Odessa attended the funeral. Interment was in the Fresno Memorial Gardens. (notes from Odessa Record: 11-26-1981; no list of survivors was given)

Lightbody:  Paul W Lightbody of Spokane, a former Odessa resident passed away July 26, in Everett. Funeral from Strates in Davenport, burial: Pines Cemetery, Opportunity, WA. (notes from Odessa Record: 7-31-1986)

Lightbody:  “Last rites for Stanley Daryl Lightbody, 17, accident victim of last Tuesday evening near Odessa, were held Friday afternoon at the Strate Funeral Home chapel in Davenport. Rev James Clement officiated at the service. Burial was at the Pines Cemetery, S 1402 Pines Road, Spokane. Pallbearers were Jay Scrupps, Bill Schillinger, Rex Smith, Jack Sackmann, Mike Hardung and Randy Schorzman. Stanley Daryl Lightbody was born on Dec 29, 1951 at Ritzville. His parents are the former Darlene Tompkins and Paul Lightbody who reside at 2124 South Balfour, Spokane. He would have been a senior in high school next month.  Survivors are his parents, formerly of Odessa; two brothers, Steven P and Myron G, at the home; and maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harry Tompkins, Ritzville. The county coroner’s certificate of death indicates the deceased died of multiple injuries due to a one-car rollover accident 5 ½ miles east of Odessa on the Creek road at 7:15 p.m. Aug 19, 1969.” (Odessa Record: 8-28-1969)

Lilla:  Edward Peter Lilla, a former resident of Odessa, died Feb 14, 1997 in Spokane. He was born in Comfrey, MN. He was 78 years old. A funeral Mass was celebrated at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church in Spokane. He served in WW II with the 41st Infantry Division, serving 41 months overseas.  They operated the Odessa Tavern and Cafe from 1946 through 1950. Mr Lilla married the former Viola Walters of Harrington. They later moved to Spokane. (notes from Odessa Record: 2-20-1997)

Lilla:  Viola Jean Walter Lilla died Jan 22, 2001 in Spokane. She was born May 7, 1927 in Harrington, and graduated from Harrington High School in 1945. She married Edward P Lilla and they lived in Odessa in the 1940s and 1950s. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery in Spokane. (notes from Odessa Record: 2-01-2001)

Lind:  John Lind was born July 16, 1917 in Odessa and moved to Portland in the mid-30s. He married Helen Summers in 1943 in Houston. Graveside service for John Lind of Myrtle Point was in the Willamette National Cemetery. Notice from The Oregonian of Sept 23, 1988. (notes from Odessa Record: 12-01-1988)

Ling:  William E Ling, a resident of Odessa for the past three years, died Saturday, Oct 14, 1995, following an illness. He was 68 years old. Mr Ling formerly was a 30-year resident of Redmond, WA. He was born on Aug 25, 1927, in Kansas City, MO, and he grew up there, attending local schools.  He was a US Navy veteran and a member of the American Legion of Redmond. He worked as a comptroller for the Heiser Truck and Body company for 11 years and for the Husky Lumber Company for 20 years, retiring in 1992. He is survived by his wife of 17 years, Sharlene Ling, of Odessa, and his children, Candise Ling, of Redmond; John Sullivan, Nikkie Slinesmith, Terri Huddle and Shannon Haynes, all of Spokane; his mother Loraine Ling, of Spokane; one brother, Jim Ling of Corona, CA; 8 grandchildren, and numerous other relatives. At his request no services will be held. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of the Cremation Society of Washington in Spokane.” (Odessa Record: undated scrapbook)

Linger:  Pauline Linger of Yakima, born in Portland, Oregon Jan 17, 1901 to Henry and Katherine Melcher and raised and educated in Adams County, passed away Tuesday, May 15, (1990), in Central Convalescent Nursing Home, Yakima.  After she was married to John Linger in 1924, the couple moved to Yakima in 1932, farming in the Yakima valley for many years.  She was a member of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church.  Preceded in death in 1975 by her husband, and by her parents, a brother, and a sister, Mrs Linger is survived by two brothers, Carl Melcher and Jacob Melcher, both of Odessa; by seven sisters: Esther Reihs of Odessa; Eleanore Schell of Ritzville; Helen Mohler of Quincy; Clara Becker of Sprague; Alma Fiesher of Reardan, Alvina Ryan of Spokane, and Mary Dobson of Dana Point, CA; and by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service was held May 18 in the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, and concluding services and burial followed in Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima.” (Odessa Record: 6-07-1990)

Link: "Adam Link, brother of John Link, deceased, of Rocktail, Iowa, arrived in the city, last Friday morning. He has made application for letters of administration of his late brother’s estate. He will return to Iowa as soon as the affairs of the estate will permit." (Ritz. Journal Times: March 31, 1899)

Link:  “Spokane papers this morning reported the death on May 30 of William Link, former Odessa resident, whose home was at Chatteroy, WA. Funeral plans were not announced.  Survivors include his wife, Maria Link, and one son, William Daniel Link, both at the home; three sisters, Mrs John Schmierer and Mrs Edward Schmierer, both of Odessa; and Mrs Clara Kelso, of Seattle; three brothers, Carl Link, Spokane; Daniel Link, Oregon; and John Link, Davenport.” (Odessa Record: 5-31-1951)

Linker:  Harold Vern Linker, 75, a former Odessa resident, died Sunday, Oct 21, 2001, in Tucson, AZ. A resident of Sierra Vista, AZ for the past 7 years, he previously lived in Odessa, where he and his wife Lila operated Linkers Inn. Harold was born March 24, 1926, in Yakima, the son of Conrad and Irene Linker. During WW II, he served with an engineer combat battalion of the US Army in the Asiatic Pacific Theater. He is survived by his wife, Lila M Linker, of Sierra, Vista; daughters Amy Schroeder and Mary Finkbeiner, both of Odessa; Irene Ihly and Nancy Larkin, both of Coeur d’Alene, ID; and Lee Gerhardt, of Sierra Vista; a brother, Ed Linker, of Yakima; a sister, Joyce Peterson, of Yakima; 12 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial Mass was celebrated on Wednesday, Oct 24, at Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church in Sierra Vista, with Father Bob Bryerton officiating.” (Odessa Record: 11-08-2001)

Litt:  Andrew William ‘Willie’ Litt died Friday, May 28, 2004, at the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. He was born on the family homestead at Wilson Creek to George and Anna Litt on April 3, 1919. He attended schools at Wilson Creek and Hartline, graduating from Hartline High School in 1938. He was a wheat farmer. He was an avid gardener and enjoyed sharing his produce with his neighbors and relatives. He was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Coulee City. He served on many church boards, including being treasurer for more than 20 years. He retired in 1973 and lived in Hartline until ill health caused him to move to the long term care unit at Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. He enjoyed participating in most all of the center’s activities, including doing crossword puzzles, reading rodeos and visiting. Mr Litt was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Peter and Jacob; sisters, Anna Murphy, Louise McLeod, Lena Tschritter and Elizabeth Litt.  Survivors include his sister, Mollie Fish, of Spokane, several nephews and one niece, Doris Wilson and her husband Tom, of Lamona. There was no public funeral service. Burial was in Hartline Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Odessa Record: 6-03-2004)

Lobe: Edwin L Lobe Sr, a native of Odessa, died Saturday, Feb 22, 2003, in Spokane. He was 74 years old. He was born in Odessa on June 14, 1928. He was a resident of Spokane for 70 years. He was a member of the Eagles Lodge. He is survived by his son, Edwin L Lobe Jr, of Spokane; daughters, Terry Hansen, of Spokane, and Lori Moon, of Vancouver, WA; brothers, Howard and Doris Lobe, of Marysville, WA; Gerald and Frances Lobe of Plano, TX; and Will Waymire, of Spokane; sisters Alma and Art Wederspahn and Dorothy and Ray Neitzel, all of Spokane; Margaret Green, of Caldonia, Miss; and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, Feb 26 at Hennessey Smith Funeral Home in Spokane.” (Odessa Record: 2-27-2003)

Lobe:  Emanuel T ‘Mike’ Lobe of the Wenatchee area, born in Odessa Dec 19, 1904 to Gust and Mary (Greenwalt) Lobe, passed away at Cashmere Convalescent Center on Jan 2, 1991.  He grew up in Odessa and in 1926 married Annie Heimbigner. After working as a wheat rancher in the area, they moved in 1932 to Malaga, and he was employed as a truck driver for Landreth Timber Co and for Peshastin Lumber Co. He was a member of the Eagles Aerie #204. Preceded in death by his wife in 1985, by a son in 1979, and by an infant daughter as well as by his parents, Mr Lobe is survived by two sons: Alvin Lobe of Moses Lake and Richard Lobe of Wenatchee and Elsie Cox of Seattle; by 4 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.  Services of commemoration were conducted Saturday, Jan 5 in Betts Memorial Chapel, with Cliff Gamble and John Wells of the Eagles Aerie #204 officiating. The service concluded in the chapel, and private interment followed at Wenatchee Cemetery on Monday, Jan 7, with Betts Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.” (Odessa Record: 1-10-1991)

Lobe:Inez J Lobe, 75, of East Wenatchee, died at her home on Wednesday, April 23, 2003. She was a 20-year resident of East Wenatchee. She is survived by son Larry Lobe and children Rhonda, Sevren and Haley Lobe, of Spokane; son Toby (Janell) Lobe and children Lindsey, Trey and Kodey Lobe, of Odessa; daughter, Donna Wisemore and children Michelle Slade and Mark Wismore, of East Wenatchee, and great grandchildren Dannica and Micah Slade. A Farewell Service was held on April 25 at Evergreen Memorial Park in East Wenatchee.” (Odessa Record: 5-01-2003)

Lobe:  Irvin Lobe, son of Nathaniel and Barbara Lobe, was born July 18, 1927 in Odessa. He died Oct 19, 1994 in Wichita, Kansas, where he had a cabinet and woodworking business. He is survived by three children, Claudia Woods, Port Angeles, WA; Diana; and Steve Hawley of Salem, OR.; 3 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Ednes Melcher, Odessa; Helen Thaut, Snohomish, WA; and Barbara Schell, Spokane; 2 brothers, Eugene Lobe, Spokane; and Don Lobe, Moses Lake. (notes from Odessa Record: 10-27-1994)

Lobe:Lydia Ruth Lobe, 75, a native of Odessa and a long-time resident of the area, died on Monday, Aug 9, 1993, following a lengthy illness. A memorial service was held last Friday at the Heritage United Church of Christ in Odessa. The Rev Jim Dowdy officiated. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was the daughter of Conrad and Anna Margaret Bastrom Hopp, Odessa area pioneers who farmed near Lamona.  She was a graduate of Odessa High School. She and her husband, Edwin Lobe, also farmed near Lamona before they retired and moved to Davenport.  Mr Lobe died in 1988. Mrs Lobe was an accomplished wheat weaver. She displayed her art at many fairs and exhibits, including Odessa’s Deutschesfest, Spring Fling and the Christmas Fest.  She was a member of the Heritage UCC and was active in community projects and organizations both in Odessa and Davenport. She was a member of Mondovi Grange. She was an avid bowler and a member of several bowling leagues for 33 years. Survivors include a son, Gary Lobe, of Spokane; a daughter, Marlene Stehr, of Spokane; two brothers, Henry Hopp of Odessa; and Dan Hopp of Colville; two sisters, Kay Leider of Fresno, CA; and Helen Wolf, of Deer Park; 5 grandchildren, and one great grandson.” (Odessa Record-undated scrapbook item; edit: the ashes of Ruth and Edwin were buried in Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery.) 

Lobe:  Solomon Lobe, an early-day resident of this area, died Sept 19 in St Paul, MN, and was buried last week at Olympia. He farmed near Odessa before moving to Olympia many years ago.  The Lobes’ had visited in Odessa recently while enroute to visit in the mid-west. He died while changing trains in the depot at St Paul.  Solomon Lobe was born Nov 1, 1891 in Kulm, Russia. Funeral services were held in Olympia Wed., Sept 23,, with the Rev Dave Carlson, minister of the Assembly of God preaching. Pallbearers were Reinhart Kanzler, Christ Flaig, Rudolph Spies, Charles Vernon, Fred Roloff and Albert Spies.  Attending the service from this area were Mr and Mrs Con Schauerman, Mr and Mrs John Lobe and Carl Dammel, Mrs Emil Gust, Ritzville, Mrs Vernon Gillis, Washtucna, Mr and Mrs Otto Lobe, and Mrs Ida Stelzer, Lind.” (Odessa Record: 10-01-1964)

Loeffelbein: "Elizabeth K Loeffelbein. Female, white, widowed, homemaker. Widow of Gottlieb Loeffelbein. Birth: 1-23-1872, Boone Co, Iowa. Age: 61 yrs 7 mos 25 days. Parents: (unknown). Informant: Roy Loeffelbein, Wenatchee, WA. Death: 9-23-1933, 11 a.m. at County Hospital, R-4, Wenatchee, Chelan Co, WA. Cause of death: Pulmonary tuberculosis. Physician: C R Faghey, MD, Wenatchee. Burial: Memorial Park on 9-26-1933. Undertaker: Jones & Jones Inc, Wenatchee, WA." (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death)


Loeffelbein: "Ruben Gottleib Loeffelbein. Male, white, single, mill worker in lumber. Birth: Jan 14, 1908 at Harvey, ND. Father: Gottleib Loeffelbein born Germany. Mother: Elizabeth Rapp born SD. Informant: Roy Loeffelbein of Wenatchee. Death: Sept 3, 1933 at 6:30 a.m. Cause: tuberculosis/meningitis; Secondary: pulmonary tuberculosis. Physician: C R Fargher, Wenatchee, WA. Burial: Memorial on 9-05-1933. Undertaker: Jones & Jones, Wenatchee, WA." (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death)


Logsdon: Fieldon Logsdon was born Columbia Co, WA, Dec 10, 1869, to Joseph and Martha Logsdon, natives of KY. In 1887 he married Miss Clara Ridout and 6 children were born to them, two children now deceased. Interment at Tacoma, WA. (notes from 2-19-1926 of Odessa Record)

Logue:  “A memorial service for Cheryl Ann Hardt Logue will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct 4, at Heritage Church in Odessa.  Mrs Logue, a resident of Portland, died Thursday, Sept 25, 2003, in Portland. She was 52 years old. She was born Oct 2, 1950, in Odessa, the daughter of Alvin and Ruth (Schultz) Hardt. She was a graduate of Odessa High School and Sacred Heart School of Nursing in Spokane. She married Mark Logue in 1973. She was a registered nurse at St Vincent Hospital in Portland. Survivors include her husband Mark Logue, daughter Kim Logue, son Jeremy Logue, mother Ruth Hardt of Odessa; sisters Myrna Thomas and brothers Ron Hardt and Jeff Hardt.” (Odessa Record: 10-02-2003)

Logue, Claude L.: “Funeral services were held at Spokane on Monday for Claude L Logue, long time school man of the area, who lived in recent years at Harrington. The American Legion participated in the service.  Mr Logue became well known in the Odessa area when he taught at the Batum school before consolidation. He organized the community into activities groups, including a strong tennis team. Much of his teaching work has been in the general vicinity. Mr Logue held membership in the American Legion and Lions Club at Forks, Wash.; the Elks Lodge of Port Angeles; a life membership in the Washington Educational association, and was a veteran of World War I.  Survivors include his wife, Louise Logue, at the home; and three daughters, Mrs Eva Clare Middleton and Mrs Paula Olander, both of Chatteroy; Mrs Kathleen Cuscato, Mastic, NY; 10 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; his mother, Mrs Lovie Weeks, Ferndale, Mich.; four sisters and one brother.” (Odessa Record: August 1961)

Loney:  Gary A Loney, a former resident of Odessa, died on Friday, July 26, 1996, in Lewiston, Idaho. He was 59 years old. He was born in Walla Walla on Aug 14, 1936, the son of Albert S and Gwen M Loney. He married Arlene J Wolff, and they farmed near Odessa for a time.  He was a member of the Washington State Drillers Association.  He is survived by his wife, Arlene J Loney, of 2417 W Albany, Kennewick, WA; daughters Pam and Gary Fisher, of Boardman, OR; Tami Loney, of Kennewick; Gina Loney of Spokane; Carrie Greenwalt of Spokane; Wendy and Marty Meise, of Odessa; Diane and Don Ball, of Seattle; and Laura and Evart Ward, of Othello; his mother, Gwen M Loney, of Richland; sister Carole and Larry Harper of North Bend, WA; 9 grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Albert Loney. Graveside services were held on Monday, July 29, at Desert Lawn Memorial Park.” (Odessa Record: 8-08-1996) “In the obituary of Gary A Loney, published last week, it was erroneously stated that Gary A Loney married Arlene J Wolff, and they farmed near Odessa for a time.  In fact, Gary Loney and his father, Albert S Loney, leased and farmed Joe Hardung’s land southeast of Odessa before he married Arlene Wolff.” (Odessa Record: 8-15-1996)

Long:  Edwin Lester Long, 33, formerly of Harrington, fell 85 feet to his death at Coulee Dam Friday. Funeral services were held at Harrington with cremation following. Mr Long was working as a rigger for a construction company at the dam. He served with the Seabees. He is survived by his widow, a daughter Karen, his mother, Mrs Lena Long, Almira; two brothers, Orville, Seattle; and Howard, Wilbur.” (Odessa Record: 6-26-1947; see Hillcrest file as Elwin Lester Long.)

Lort:  Dale Jake Lort died Dec 27, 1988, after suffering a heart attack while driving in Longview, WA. He was born Feb 27, 1942 in Roaring Springs, PA. He is survived by his wife, Charlene (Luiten) Lort, formerly of Odessa, and his mother-in-law, Leona Luiten of Odessa, his children and others. Concluding services and interment were held at Haven of Rest Memorial Park in Gig Harbor, where Dale was buried next to his son Darin who died Jan 20, 1987. (notes from Odessa Record: 1-05-1989)

Lovelace:  “Word has just been received here of the death of Clyde Lovelace at Lewiston, Idaho. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Lewiston Orchards. Mr Lovelace is a former employee of the Odessa Trading Company.” (Odessa Record: 9-11-1969) 

Low: “Word was received here on Thursday morning of the death and burial of Mrs Ida F Low, former Odessa resident, at the family home at Inglewood, CA. Funeral services were held on Monday from an Inglewood chapel with burial there.  She is survived by her husband, Fred A Low, of Inglewood; 5 daughters, Ethel Finch, Mable Pratt, and Lena Pluym of Inglewood; Iva Bonthius and Florence Mackey of Washington, and 2 sons, Bernard Low of Washington, and Clarence Low of Inglewood; and her mother, Mrs E F Sibley of Massachusetts.” (Odessa Record: 2-03-1933)

Low:  Mrs Mary E Low, who died recently at Everett of a heart attack, at the age of 91, was one of the oldest pioneers of the Big Bend area. Born in Maine, she came around the horn and up the Snake River to Almota in 1876. She homesteaded in Garfield County in 1878, preempting in Adams County in 1884. In 1913 she went to make her home at Everett. Funeral services were held on Wednesday of last week from the chapel of Challacombe and Fickel, the Rev V W Steele conducting the service.  She is survived by six sons Christopher C Low, of Odessa; Alva Low of Insafail, Canada; Roy Low of San Diego; Benjamin Low of Snohomish; and Frank Low of Seattle; four daughters, Mrs Minnie Milton, Everett; Mrs Lillie Donnell, Lowell; Mrs J E Morris, Valley, WA; and Mrs Bessie Long, Walla Walla; 49 grandchildren, 51 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 26 Aug 1943)

Lowe:  George N Lowe, 89, see Hillcrest Cemetery, Harrington. (OR: 5-17-1956)

Lowe: “Funeral services were held from the Church of the Recessional at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles, at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning for J R Lowe, one of the earliest pioneers of the Odessa area. Burial was at Forest Lawn.  Mr Lowe, who had been visiting his son, J Ralph Lowe, in Los Angeles, was stricken with a cerebral accident on Labor Day, Sept 3, and death came on Sept 22, at the age of 87 years, one month and one day.  Mr Lowe was born at Walla Walla, Washington Territory, Aug 21, 1864. His father died when he was 10 years of age, and his mother when he was 15 years old. That year he came to the Odessa area with his brother, George N Lowe, now of Lamona. The boys came here with the Bigham family and remained with them until grown to manhood, when they entered the horse raising business on lower Crab Creek.  Through the early 80’s, he usually stayed at the George N Lowe home at Irby and worked on pioneer ranches. At Harrington he worked for John F Green and Charles Bethel and in 1898 worked for Horace Parker at Lamona, starting a small eating place in the rear of the store building there in 1899, later building a hotel. The giant Lombardy trees growing there were planted by Mr Lowe.  In the year of 1900 he opened a hotel on the center of the main business block on First Avenue, operating a dining room in connection. This was the year his son, Ralph, was born. Later he built a larger hotel on Fourth street, where the present school bus garage is located, the Grand Hotel, which later burned in a spectacular fire.  He left Odessa in 1922 and retired to Spokane, where he had made his home since. He visited Odessa frequently, visiting pioneer friends and looking after ranch property in the Batum area.  Survivors are a son and daughter, J Ralph Lowe of Los Angeles and Mrs Rose Schoonover of Boise, Idaho; 3 grandsons, William Ralph and Jay Robert Lowe, Los Angeles, and Norman Schoonover of Parma, Idaho; one brother, George N Lowe of Lamona. He had been in California since about the first of May.” (Odessa Record: 9-27-1951)
Two with same surname:

Luce:  “Word was received this week of the death at Zenith, WA, of Dr F H Luce, 77, pioneer Davenport banker, former mayor and later lieutenant governor of WA...” (notes from Odessa Record: 2-04-1937)

Luher:  “Herbert B Luher, Pullman, a Spokane commercial traveler, died there this week and was buried on Wednesday from a Spokane funeral home, the Rev Alden Graves officiating, with interment in Greenwood Cemetery.  Mr Luher grew to manhood in Odessa, the son of a pioneer merchant. For a time he operated his own grocery store in Odessa, closing this when the J C Penney company bought into Odessa in 1929. He was married to Miss Elsie Luiten, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Luiten of Odessa.  Survivors include his widow; two sons, Floyd W Luher, of Compton, CA; Jack A Luher, Pullman; his mother, Mrs Mary Luher of Spokane; his maternal grandmother, Mrs LaLone, in Minnesota, and two grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 2-22-1951)

Luher: William Henry Luher, 69, pioneer Odessa merchant, died at Spokane on Saturday. Funeral services were held there on Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev J Chas Evans and the Rose Croix officiating, with pallbearers from the Odessa Masonic lodge, of which group he was a past master. The Odessa lodge had charge of graveside service. Interment was at Greenwood Cemetery.  Born in Germany, Dec 13, 1878, Mr Luher came to Odessa from Verndale, MN, in about 1912, working for the L G Nuelsen Company. In 1913 he and G B Kemp bought out the Nuelsen interests and opened the firm of Luher and Kemp on Feb 1, 1913. Two days later the big fire destroyed the building across the street, scorching the front of the building housing the partner’s firm. Mr Luher bought the Kemp interests three years later, operating the store for many years before selling to the J C Penney company, after which he and Mrs Luher moved to Spokane to make their home.  Mr Luher was active in community work and served as mayor of Odessa, as well as being active in local Masonic work. He also belonged to the Spokane Consistory and El Katif temple, AAONMS.  He is survived by his widow, May, at the home in Cheney; one son, Herbert Benjamin Luher, at home; two grandsons, Floyd and Jack Luher, both of Pullman; two sisters, Miss Minnie Canfield of Long Plain, MN and Mrs Louise Hailsell of Minneapolis, MN.  Members of the Odessa Masonic lodge attended the funeral service, at which David Weber officiated as worshipful master; E J Wachter, H C Phillips, H E Michaelsen; J C Michaelsen, Spokane, A M Michaelsen, Colfax; and J P Keller of Spokane, as pallbearers.” (Odessa Record: 2-12-1948)

Luiten:  Louise Torrey Luiten was born Jan 29, 1909 to Fred Torrey and Evelyn Harding at Odessa, married Jacob Gustav Luiten in 1924, and died Dec 23, 1984 in Spokane. Burial in Harrington’s Hillcrest Cemetery, see file. (notes in Odessa Record: 1-03-1985)

Lutz:  Herman ‘Jim’ Lutz, native of Odessa, died Nov 24, of cancer, at his home in Portland.  Mr Lutz, a self-employed painter, was born here on March 18, 1915, He moved to the Portland area as a child. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, and two sons, William and Gary, all of Portland; three brothers, John and Emanuel, both of Portland, and Ruben, of Tacoma; two sisters, Lucille Cox, of Milwaukee, OR, and Patrice Calsee, of Vancouver, WA, and two grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 12-12-1991)

Lybecker:  Gus A Lybecker, 60, former resident of the Odessa and Harrington regions, died at Spokane on Wednesday. Funeral services will be held from a Spokane funeral home on Friday afternoon, with the Rev C C Curtis officiating. Survivors include his wife, Hilma, at the home; 3 brothers, James O and Erick E Lybecker, of Harrington; Carl Polson, Opportunity; two sisters, Mrs J R Chandler of Opportunity and Miss Georgia Polson of Spokane; a brother-in-law is John a Johnson, formerly a rancher here, later a resident of Opportunity.” (Odessa Record: 4-15-1937)

Lyons:  Bert J Lyons, 96, a pioneer of Odessa, died Saturday in a Renton nursing home after a three-month illness.  Memorial services were held Tuesday with cremation following.  Mr Lyons was the great-grandson of Jacob Van Wormer, a Revolutionary War hero, and the fifth great grandson of the first white landholders of Manhattan Island, Aneka Jans and Evardus Borgardus. Mr Lyons was born in Caledonia Township, Michigan. He settled in Odessa in 1890 and signed a release for the right-of-way to the Great Northern Railway through his property. Mr Lyons was the author of two books, ‘Thrills and Spills of a Cowboy Rancher’ and ‘Hunting Memoirs.’  He was a member of the Lincoln County Historical Society, the Odessa Grange and the Odessa Congregational church.  Surviving are two sons, Robert, Kirkland, and James Lyons, Odessa; two daughters, Mrs N L Hiatt, Jr, Seattle, and Mrs T C Ogren, Ottawa, IL, and eight grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 11-18-1965) 

Lyons:  Grace Ella Patterson Lyons, 73, b. Jan 16, 1874; d. May 1947; funeral Odessa, cremation. She was married to Burton J Lyons on Jan 3, 1905. (obit notes Odessa Record: 5-22-1947)

Lyons:  James Burton Lyons died in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 2, 2003, at his home in St George, Utah, from chronic respiratory illness. Jim was the son of one of Odessa’s earliest pioneers, Burton ‘BJ’ and Grace Lyons. He was born on Sept 27, 1918, on the farm that ‘BJ’ Lyons homesteaded in 1889 in Crab Creek Valley, just east of town. He lived on and operated the family farm until the early 1980s. He also owned and operated a photography business and took many of the photographs of school activities and local wedding ceremonies as well as commercial photographs.  Jim also was one of the many Odessa area farmers who worked at U & I Sugar Company in Moses Lake during the winter months from 1964 to 1971, where he became ‘spinner floor’ foreman. After his retirement from the farm he enjoyed traveling throughout the Western United States, taking up residence in Kanab, Utah, then moving to St George. He married Claudine Dobson in March 1945, and they had four children. Divorced and remarried in 1975, he is survived by his wife and his four children, Myrna Brown, of St George, Utah; Milo Lyons, of Burlington, WA; Jadine McCarthy, of Moses Lake; and Brad Lyons, of Odessa; 7 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Jim Lyons was preceded in death by his parents, ‘BJ’ and Grace Lyons; his brother, Robert Lyons, and two sisters, Frances Hiatt and Marian Ogren. A family memorial is planned for April 26.” (Odessa Record: 4-10-2003)

Lyons:  Kathleen Foster Lyons, 84, died Jan 7, 2006 in Mesquite, Nevada. She was born May 3, 1921 in Kettle Falls, to Myrtle (Bobbie) and Lester Foster. In 1944 she was married to John (Jack) Teschner. They had four children, the marriage ended in divorce in 1960. She subsequently married Raymond L Gage, James Dansereau and Jim Lyons. She is survived by her four children: Dr Robert Teschner, of Cheney; Kareen Christen of Malad, Idaho; William Teschner of Orem, Utah; and David Teschner of Mesquite, NV; sister, Ava Lublin of Cedar Hills, Utah; brother Stephen Foster, of Pahrump, Nevada, 15 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Kathleen was preceded in death by her parents, brother Dale Foster, and her former spouses. Burial was in the Timpanogas Memorial Garden Cemetery in Orem, Utah. (notes from Odessa Record: 1-19-2006

Lyons:  “Miss Mary Lyons, 93, pioneer resident of Odessa, died at an Owosso, Michigan hospital Monday of injuries received in a fall of two weeks ago, in which she fractured a hip. Since leaving here in approximately 1932 she had made her home with a sister, Miss Hattie Lyons, who survives. Other survivors include a brother, Lou Lyons, at Owosso, and her youngest brother, B J Lyons of Odessa.  Mr Lyons, accompanied by his son, Robert, and daughter, Mrs Frances Hiatt, Seattle, had visited his sisters in Michigan about three weeks ago.” (Odessa Record: 6-10-1948)

Lyons:  Robert P Lyons of Lake Havasu City, AZ, died at his home on Sept 26, 1988. He was born April 11, 1907 in Odessa where his family homesteaded in 1889. Among the survivors, a brother, Jim Lyons of Odessa. Burial arrangements were through Sutton Memorial Funeral Home of Kingman, AZ. (notes form Odessa Record: 10-13-1988)


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