St Francis Cemetery Obituaries G through L




                                               Harrington, Lincoln County,  Washington Cemetery 


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Gooley, Clarence A. (Cy)

Clarence A. (Cy) Gooley—Passed away May 1, 1982 in Davenport, WA. His home Harrington, WA. Survived by his wife, Eleanor Gooley, at the home; three sons, Ron Gooley, Los Alamos, NM; Jim Gooley, Harrington, WA; Bill Gooley, Anchorage, AK; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Clara Shields, Yakima, WA; Genevieve Goode, Los Vegas, NV; numerous nieces and nephews. Member of the St Francis os Assisi Catholic church, Harrington, WA; past board member of the Morning Star Boys Ranch. Rosary Tuesday, May 4, 1982 at 7:30 PM at the St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Harrington, WA. Father Francis Fallert SJ & Father Larry Gooley SJ officiating. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery, Harrington, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge. (Spokesman Review)  


Gooley, Edward

Death’s baton closed the career of one of Harrington’s beloved residents early Saturday morning, when Edward Gooley Sr., passed from this life to life immortal. Although he had not been well the past few years, Mr. Gooley was able to be about and made daily trips up town. He was active in his church and continued to be a leader in its musical programs. Mr. Gooley was a student of the old school of music and was very frank in expressing his preference for compositions of the old masters. Edward Gooley was born July 14, 1858 at South Bend, IN, of German and French parentage. He attended Notre Dame three years, and Dana Musical Institute in Ohio, one year. Returning to his home in IN he organized a band of farmer boys which he conducted two years. In 1883, Mr. Gooley came west and bought land near Mount Angel, OR. In 1884 he organized the Mount Angel band and conducted it for ten years. Mr. Gooley married Miss Pauline Schwab in Oregon and their children were born there. Mr. Gooley trained each of his children to play an instrument and a family orchestra was organized which became well known after the family moved to Harrington. During the summer of 1904 Mr. Gooley purchased land five miles south of town and farmed this land until a year ago when he retired and moved to town. Mr. Gooley was always deeply interested in music and even at his advanced years he was director of the St Francis choir. He had been training the choir for Christmas music, but was unable to attend the rehearsal Friday night. His condition did not seem serious, and his death early Saturday morning was unexpected. Two years ago he underwent a serious major operation at which time little hope was held for his recovery. However, he recovered and returned to Harrington where he has resided with his sons and their families, except for brief periods when he returned to the hospital for treatment. Surviving are four sons, Edward and Clarence of Harrington, Fred of Mount Angel and Alphonse of Meade, WA; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Shields of Sprague and Miss Genevieve Monohan of Spokane; 15 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at St Francis with Rev Father John J Coleman officiating. Edmund and Maurice Shields, grandsons of Mr. Gooley, served Mass. Pallbearers were Will Ragan, F. J. Reith, E. W. Huber, Herman Manke, Elwood Turner, and Gottlieb Knapp. J. E. Turner was mortician in charge. (Citizen-24 Dec 1937)  


Gooley, Edward C.,  27 Feb 1970 CL  


Gooley, Eleanora (Fallert)

Vigil service for Eleanora M. (Fallert) Gooley (94) will be at 7 PM Friday at St Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church in Harrington. Funeral Mass is planned for 11 AM Saturday at the church. Burial will follow at the Hillcrest Cemetery. A luncheon will be held by the St Clare Altar Society at the church following the burial. Strate funeral Home in Davenport, WA, is in charge of arrangements. A lifetime Harrington resident, Mrs. Gooley died Sunday. She graduated from Harrington High School in 1923, and in 1932 married C. A. “Cy” Gooley. He died in 1982. She was a homemaker and a member of St Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church in Harrington. Survivors include three sons, Ron Gooley of Cheney, Jim Gooley of Harrington and Bill Gooley of Anchorage, Alaska; two sisters, Rosella Ackerman and Katherine Yarwood, both of Spokane; 8 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. (Dav. Times)  


Gooley, Linda

Linda Gooley passed away Dec 18, 2000 in Anchorage, AK, after suffering with MS for many years.  She is survived by her husband, Bill Gooley, Anchorage, AK, formerly of Harrington, WA; one daughter, Michelle and husband, Joe Craig, Victoria, TX; one grandson, Zachery Craig, Victoria, TX; her parents, Everet and Wynema Slone, OH; and her sister, Eva Polichany, OH. Memorial services Wednesday, Dec 27, 2000 at 11 o’clock, Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Pastor Jay Timm officiating. Inurnment to follow at Hillcrest Cemetery, Harrington, WA. (Also one son, Chris, omitted from this item.) Spokesman Review.  


Gooley, Pauline         

Pauline Gooley, 63, wife of Edward Gooley, passed away in a Spokane hospital Tuesday, Dec 27, 1932, after a final illness lasting over a year. Mrs. Gooley, with her husband and family, have been residents of the Harrington Wheat Belt for more than a quarter of a century, where they are widely known and highly respected. Mrs. Gooley is survived by her husband, Edward; four sons, Fred of Mt Angel, OR; Alphonse, Mead, WA; Ed and Clarence, Harrington, WA; two daughters, Mrs. Mike Shields of Sprague, WA; Mrs. Robert Monahan, Spokane, WA; one brother, Fred Schwab, Mt Angel, OR; two sisters, Sister Gaudentia, Great Falls, MT; Sister, Rosula, Spokane. The body arrived at Harrington Thursday morning over the Great Northern and was met by Mortician J E Turner of the Harrington Funeral Home. Services were conducted at St Francis Catholic Church by the Rev Father M. P. Shiel, and interment was in St Francis Cemetery, Harrington. The pall bearers were: Louis Schultz, Chas B. Duncan, George A. Unbewust, Charles Fallert, Edward Huber, and Joe Shields. Pauline Elizabeth Schwab was born Apr 12, 1869 at Dunlap, Iowa. She was united in marriage to Edward Gooley, May 5, 1887 at Arlington, OR, and in 1904 the family moved to WA and purchased a farm 5 ½ miles south of Harrington where they have since resided. Mrs. Gooley was a faithful and loving wife and mother, a good neighbor and friend, a good Christian and will be missed among a wide circle of pioneers and neighbors of pioneer as well as later days. Another mother has passed to her reward in Heaven. It was E. H. Chapin who said: “No language can express the power and beauty and heroism and majesty of a mother’s love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over the wastes of worldly fortune sends the radiance of its quenchless fidelity like a star in heaven.” (Citizen-30 Dec 1932)  



Hardman (see Hartman)  


Harmon, Bernice E .,

Bernice Elizabeth Harmon, a Clarkston homemaker, died recently there at the age of 75. Mrs. Harmon was born March 5, 1917, at Harrington, to Gertha Looney and Francis J. Rieth. She attended schools in Harrington and then married Vernon K. Harmon on Nov 1, 1935. They later moved to Clarkston, where she worked in child care and he was a fire chief. She was a member of the Catholic faith. Survivors include her husband of Clarkston; three daughters, Gale McLaughlin of Hope, ID; Diane Reno of Lewiston; and Gloria Hund of Clarkston; a brother, Robert Rieth of Harrington; three sisters, Louise Smith of Harrington; Lucille Richardson of Bellingham, WA; and Mary Guske of Moscow; 11 grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren. A family service was held at the Merchant Funeral Home in Clarkston and inurnment will follow at the Harrington Cemetery at a later date. (Dav. Times-20 Aug 1992) (Harrington City Hall records show that her ashes were buried in Block 1 Lot 7 between Francis and Gertha Rieth.)  


Harms, Philomena (Nacke) Lord

Funeral services were held from St Francis church at 9 o’clock Monday morning for Mrs. Minnie Harms, daughter of Mrs. Ben Nacke and sister of Mrs. Robert Stone of this community. Rev Martin A. Soden of Ephrata was the priest in charge. Pallbearers were John Taylor, Charles Stoffel, Chester Gilbert, Wade Adams, Clarence Gooley and Ray Lamp. Interment was in St Francis cemetery beside her father, Mr. Nacke who died in 1937. Born at Teutopolis, IL, 54 years ago, Minnie Nacke came as a young woman with her parents to Cottonwood, ID. The Harms’ home was recently established at Moses Lake. Mrs. Harms underwent an operation two weeks ago Thursday (yesterday) at the Ephrata hospital and passed away last week Friday (Aug 30, 1946).  All members of her immediate family were present at her last rites, and include besides her mother and sister, her husband; her sons, Millard Lord of Bellingham who was with her and Mr. Harms during her hospitalization, and Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lord and two-months old daughter, of Portland; her sister, Mrs. William Stubs of Seattle; her brother, Fred Nacke of Portland, and his family. Mrs. Nacke had been with her daughter most of the time during her illness, and Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stone and family visited her Sunday following her surgery. Her passing was sudden, and came as a shock to her family. (Citizen-6 Sept 1946)  


Hart, Estella G. (Schmitz) 

Mrs. Henry G. Hart, formerly Miss Schmitz, who was buried here Thursday of last week, had been suffering with nervousness and kidney trouble for many years but a post mortem examination showed that the cause of her illness was Bright’s disease in an advanced stage. On Thursday July 5, at her home in Great Falls, MT, she seemed in fair health and stepped into another room when she suddenly fell to the floor unconscious. She received immediate attention but never regained consciousness, dying in a state of coma on Sunday, July 8, 1923. Competent physicians did all they could to aid her but to no avail. Estell Schmitz was born in MN, July 23, 1902, and had she lived would have been 21 years old next week. Her parents moved to Harrington when she was five months old and she has made this her home ever since until her marriage. She graduated from the Eighth grade here and was a Junior when her health prevented her from continuing longer with her studies. She was always an ambitious student and her inability to continue her school work was a great disappointment. On Dec 23, 1922, she married Henry G Hart, the ceremony being held in Spokane by Father McAleer, who was convalescing in bed at the Sacred Heart hospital at the time, but as he was Estella’s old friend and pastor, all parties concerned desired that he perform the ceremony. They left immediately for Seattle where Mr. Hart was employed by the G N engineering department until a few months ago when he was sent to Great Falls, MT. About two months ago she made a visit to her parents here in Harrington and seemed to be in improved health and the sudden news of her condition came as a shock. Deceased is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Bartholomew Schmitz, one sister, Celestia, and two brothers, Hubert and Lawrence. (Citizen-20 July 1923)  


Hartman, Charles Michael

The baby boy, Charles Michael, born at 8 AM Tuesday, March 22, 1955, to Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert J. Hartman, at Odessa Memorial hospital, died that afternoon at about 3 PM. He weighed between 4 and 5 pounds and seemed fine at birth. Graveside services will be held at 2 PM today at St Francis cemetery, with Rev Jos W. Brunner officiating. Strate funeral Home is in charge. Besides the parents, the baby is survived by a brother and two sisters. Mrs. Hartman is convalescing nicely and is expected home this afternoon. (Citizen-25 March 1955)  


Hartman, Rosa     

Mrs. Rose Hardman died at the Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane, Monday, Sept 15, 1919. She had been ailing since last December and had been in the hospital since July 6. Her condition was known to be serious and her death did not come as a surprise but it did come as a shock to the community and to her husband and relatives. Heart trouble and complications are given as the causes of death. Deceased was born in Polk Co, Iowa, Aug 30, 1885, and at the time of her death was 34 years and 15 days old. At two years of age she came to WA with her parents who settled on a farm five miles south of Harrington. In 1911 she was married to John Hardman and to this union was born two children, one son who died in infancy and another now 19 months old. Deceased is survived by her husband, infant son, father and mother (Mr. & Mrs. Sam McDonald) of Helmville, MT; three sisters, Mary and Kathryn McDonald of Helmville and Mrs. .J R. Dwyer of Harrington; and two brothers, Michael and James of Helmville. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church on Thursday and burial occurred in the Catholic Cemetery at Harrington. (Citizen-19 Sept 1919)  


Huber, Edward Joseph

Edward Joseph, little son of Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Huber, passed away Sunday about noon in the office of Dr Sewall at Davenport. The lad had been ill for several weeks, starting with a cold, with ear and throat complications resulting. It had been necessary to lance his ear, and last week Saturday an operation was performed on his throat. Miss Rosella Fallert, an aunt of the boy and a trained nurse, came down from Spokane to care for him. He was weakened by three hemorrhages, the last one occurring on Sunday morning when it was decided to remove him to a Spokane hospital but upon reaching Davenport his condition was too critical to continue the trip. Every possible attention was given the child at Davenport, as had been done during his entire illness, but it did not revive him. Funeral services were held at St Francis church, Tuesday morning, Sept 3, at 10 o’clock, the Rev Father John Coleman officiating. Acolytes at the Mass were Francis Fallert, Jene Costella, and Lennie Gaffney, the latter two from Sprague. Pallbearers were Johnnie Voelker and Bob Gaffney of Sprague and Robert Rieth and Lawrence Timm. The acolytes and pallbearers were all young boys. The services were beautiful and largely attended, representative of the high esteem in which the community holds the family. The floral tributes were profuse. J. E. Turner of the Harrington Funeral Home was the mortician in charge and burial was in St Francis cemetery. Business houses closed their doors to business during the funeral hour. Edward Joseph Huber was born July 9, 1931 in Harrington where he spent the brief four years, one month and few days of his childhood. He was a happy, lively beautiful, bright-eyed boy just growing out of babyhood and his untimely going leaves a pang of loneliness in a home that has experienced much joy. His little playmates, too, will miss him. Surviving are his parents, two sisters, Mary Louise, 8, and Delores, 2 ½; two grandmothers, Mrs. Henry Fallert and Mrs. John Shields, besides many aunts, uncles and cousins. Many out-of-town relatives and friends were her to pay their respects among whom were Miss Hazel Runyan and Charles Fallert of Sunnyside, Jim and Bill Shields of Toppenish, Mike Shields of Sprague, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Schille and daughter of Dishman, Mrs. Lane Candler and children of Sprague and Miss Wallerius of Veradale. (Citizen-6 Sept 1935)  


Huber, Edward William   28 Dec 1954

Edward D. Huber died Tuesday evening, Dec 28, 1954, at Sacred Heart Hospital. Ed underwent a throat operation early in 1954 which proved rather serious and confined him to the hospital for some time. He was released in late summer, and early I November, with his wife and daughters, he visited Harrington. About Thanksgiving time his condition grew bad again and he returned to the hospital where he passed away. Ed was born in St Louis, MO, Feb 11, 1895. He came to Harrington in 1904, and attended the local schools. He served in WWI with Co K of the 249th infantry and was overseas. He was a charter member of American Legion Post 95 at Harrington, also a member of the Knights of Columbus in Spokane. In 1919 Ed Huber purchased the Magnet, which he operated until 1943 when he sold and moved to Spokane. He was employed in Spokane by Western Light Metals Co.  Survivors include his wife, Mary, at the home; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Lavelle (Mary Lou), and Miss Delores Huber, both of Spokane; his mother, Mrs. Mary Fallert, of Harrington; three sisters, Mrs. C. A. Gooley (Eleanor Fallert), Harrington; Mrs. Jack Ackerman (Rosella Fallert), Seattle’ and Mrs. Charles Yarwood (Catherine Fallert), Ephrata; brothers, Charles Fallert, Sunnyside; and Rev Francis Fallert SJ, St Michaels, Alaska; and 2 grand-daughters. Rosary was said Thursday night at Hennessey’s Funeral Home in Spokane, and funeral services are being held this morning (Dec 31) at 10 AM from St Francis of Assisi Church, with Rev Jos W. Brunner, SJ officiating. Burial will be in St Francis Cemetery. (Citizen-31 Dec 1954)  


Huber, Mary G .

Mary G .Huber—Passed away, Dec 21, 1984 in Spokane. Resident of Spokane for 41 years. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Mary Lou) Lavelle, Mrs. Steve (Delores) Witt, both of Spokane; 10 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. A member of St Josephs Parish, Altar Society and Guild. Rosary, Wednesday, Dec 26, 1984 at 8:30 PM Iris Chapel, Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home. Funeral service, Thursday, Dec 27, 1984 at 11 AM St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Harrington, WA. Rev William Hanly, officiating. Interment, Hillcrest Cemetery, Harrington, WA.



Huck, Margaret M. (Fallert)

Holy Rosary was said for Mrs. Margaret Huck, age 30, at the Bumgarner Funeral chapel here Sunday evening and requiem Mass was sang Monday at 9 AM at the Davenport Catholic church with Father Joseph Fleck celebrant, aided by Father W. Brennan of Harrington. Interment was at the Harrington Catholic Cemetery. Casket bearers were Edward McCaffery, Charles Kunz, R. W. Danekas, Frank Heriza, Vern Bumgarner and Roy Sassman. Margaret Fallert was born June 10, 1916 at Harrington, where she was raised and attended school. She came to Davenport to work in the office of the Lincoln County auditor and was married in 1939 to James Huck. In recent years Mrs. Huck courageously fought to overcome a serious illness that resulted in the loss of her eyesight and finally her life on Friday, April 18, 1947. The survivors are her husband, James Huck, and one son, Floyd, both at the home; her mother, Mrs. Henry Fallert of Davenport; three sisters, Mrs. Gooley of Harrington, Mrs. Charles Yarwood of Coulee Dam and Mrs. James Ackerman of Portland, OR; 3 brothers, Rev Francis Fallert of Spokane; Charles Fallert of Sunnyside; and Ed Huber of Spokane. Other relatives attending the service included: A. J. Huck of Davenport; Joe Huck of Ellensburg; Mrs. Phil Baker of Seattle; Margaret Huck, Coeur d’Alene; Mrs. Emma Schille, Ray Schille, Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Schille and Mrs. Ernest Schormann, all of Ellensburg; and Mr. & Mrs. Zeigler and daughters of Coulee Dam. (Davenport Times-24 April 1947)  


Hughes, Josephus s/o J. W. & N. A.  



Kaputa, John

Funeral services were held on Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock from St Francis Catholic church for John Kaputa, who passed away Sunday at the home of his son, Andrew Kaputa, in Opportunity. Mr. Kaputa had been ill since last December. J. E. Turner of the Harrington funeral Home, assisted by Irvin Laws, had charge of the funeral services, Mr. Laws having brought the body to Harrington in the ambulance. Mr. Kaputa was born in Austria, 74 years ago and came to the United States when he was 15 years old. He resided in PA where he worked in the mines, and came to WA in 1897, homesteading on land north of Lamona. He and his family lived on the farm until the fall of 1923 when he retired and moved to town, renting the ranch to his son Andrew. Rudolph Roloff now operates the farm for the Kaputas. Mrs. Kaputa passed away at Harrington Dec 31, 1931. Mr. Kaputa continued to reside here until two years ago when he went to live on one of the acreages owned by his son at Opportunity. Surviving Mr. Kaputa are six children, John J. Kaputa, Orting, WA; Michael Kaputa, Bellingham; Peter Kaputa, Wash DC; Mrs. .E E. Tigner Jr. (Anna), Cashmere; Andrew Kaputa, Opportunity; and George Kaputa, Cashmere; two brothers, a half-brother, and 5 grandchildren. (Citizen-17 Mar 1939)  


Kaputa, Mary 

Mary Kaputa, 59, wife of John Kaputa, died at her home in Harrington at 3 PM, Thursday, Dec 31, 1931, following a stroke of apoplexy a day previous. She had also been suffering from diabetes for two years. She was born in Austria-Hungary, Nov 26, 1872 and came to the United States where she was united in marriage with John Kaputa in PA, in Nov 1900. To this union were born, one daughter, Mrs. Anna Tigner, Cashmere, WA; two sons, George of Cashmere, and Andrew of Cleveland, Ohio; these together with her husband John Kaputa survive her. The Kaputas resided on a farm near Harrington for many years, moving to town a few years ago where they have since resided. The funeral services were conducted by Rev Father Shiel at the Catholic church, Saturday, Jan 2 at 10:30 a.m. and burial was in the Catholic Cemetery at Harrington, Mortician J. E. Turner being in charge. The pall bearers were Ed and Charles Ring, Ed Huber, Will Ragan, Joe Shields and Albert Timm. Mrs. Kaputa was admired and liked by those neighbors who knew her, but not speaking much English, she was handicapped from the language standpoint which restricted her acquaintanceship to those with whom she could converse. She was a good mother, wife and neighbor and the remaining ones whose heartstrings are torn by her sudden departure have the sympathy of their friends in their bereavement. (Citizen-8 Jan 1932)  


Kloft, Mrs., 1881-1904

Mrs. Kloft, wife of John Kloft, who lives five miles south of Harrington, died at her home last Monday of heart failure, the result of a continued attack of typhoid fever. Mrs. Kloft had been ill for several weeks and seemed much better Monday morning, but it seemed as if it was only the temporary well feeling before death. Interment was made in the Harrington Catholic cemetery. (Citizen-7 Oct 1904)(Tombstone is an iron cross, barely legible, Mrs. Kloft born July 21, 1881. Died Oct 3, 1904) Cemetery location is Block 2, lot 10.  A probate file for Dorothea Kloft shows her date of death as Oct 3, 1904, wife of Frank, and mother of Joseph, 7, Mary Rose, 3, and Wm John, 2. They owned property in Sec 22 T 22 R 36, property which by 1911 belonged to the Schwab family.  


Kotlesky, Peter, 1960

Pete Kotlevsky died July 25, 1960, at Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane. He was a native of Poland but came to this country in about 1897, at the age of 20. He farmed west of Harrington for many years but moved to Davenport after retiring. Services will be held in the Davenport Catholic church at 10 AM Thursday, July 28. Interment will be in St Francis cemetery at Harrington. Strate funeral Home in charge of the rites. (Citizen-28 July 1960)  



Laughnor, Catherine,  Oct 14, 1905

An old lady known as Aunt “Kate”, who has made her home with the Reethes (Rieths) of Lord’s Valley, was buried in the Harrington Cemetery Sunday, after the funeral services at the Catholic Church. Kate’s age was unknown, the only certainty about it being that it was somewhere near 100 years. (Citizen-20 Oct 1905) Date of death was Oct 14, 1905.


Lavelle, Mary Lou               2012

“Mary Lou Lavelle passed away Dec 29, 2012 in Spokane . She was born Dec 8, 1926 in Harrington , WA , the daughter of Edward and Mary (Shields) Huber. Mary Lou attended Harrington High School and then graduated from Marycliff High School in Spokane . She graduated from Sacred Heart School of Nursing in 1947 and worked as a registered nurse for over 35 years. She had a passion for quilting and needlework. Her family is grateful for all the treasured items  she has left for them, including many quilts and cross stitched items. Her family wishes to thank the staff at Cornerstone Court for the care they provided Mary Lou. Mary Lou was preceded in death by her loving husband of 61 years, Bob Lavelle in 2010 and her four year old brother, Edward Huber. She is survived by her children Loretta (Scott) Thompson, Jeanne (Terry) Leaf and Mike (Sue) Lavelle, all of Spokane; her sister, Dolores (Steve) Witt of Spokane; seven grandchildren, Kellie, Jill, Shannon, Stacey, Erik, Kristin and Kelsey; four great grandsons, Collin, Gabriel, Tyler and Blake; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass will be Friday, Jan 4, 2013 at 11 a.m. and will be celebrated at St Thomas More Catholic Church, 505 W St. Thomas More Way , Spokane . Private inurnment will take place at Harrington Cemetery (St Francis). Arrangements have been entrusted to Hennessey Smith Funeral Home & Crematory, Spokane , WA .” (Spokesman Review)


Lavelle, Robert F.    d. 5-10-2010

“Robert F. Lavelle passed away May 10, 2010 in Spokane . He was born June 10, 1921 in Butte , MT , the son of Robert and Loretta (Sullivan) Lavelle. Bob graduated from Boys Central High School in Butte and attended Gonzaga University . He served in the US Army, 80th Infantry, from 1943 to 1946. Bob is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, May Lou of Spokane; children Loretta (Scott) Thompson, Jeanne (Terry) Leaf and Michael (Sue) Lavelle, all of Spokane ; seven grandchildren; and one great grandchild. ‘In our hearts and in our memories, love lasts forever. We love you Papa’.  Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 10 a.m. and will be celebrated at St Thomas More Catholic Church, 505 W St, Thomas More Way , Spokane . Private inurnment will take place at Harrington Cemetery .”  (Spokesman Review: undated)




St Francis of Assisi Cemetery, Harrington, Lincoln County, WA

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