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Walter Robert "Butch" Waters
 
Walter Robert “Butch” Waters
God lifts us up so we can lift each other up...

Walter Robert "Butch" Waters, 76, was born to Cleo Marion "Whitey" and Mary Margaret (Burns) Waters, on Nov. 2, 1938. Born and raised in Leavenworth. He grew up hunting and fishing in the surrounding mountains, rivers and lakes that he loved. Favorite childhood pastimes were skiing, hiking, camping, swimming, throwing mud balls at the river and getting into mischief with his cousins Fred Stebbins and Brian Kelly.

He joined the Navy in February of 1956 at age 17. He promised his father he would get his GED in the service; which he did. He was stationed at Moffat Field (California) in the Fighter Squadron. In 1957-58, he was stationed on the U.S.S. Kearsarge Aircraft Carrier either working on airplanes or directing takeoffs and landings on the flight deck. He was honorably discharged in October of 1959.

In the early 1960s he was employed by Bar S Meat Packing Company in Seattle. The crew worked long hours making all the hamburger for the 1962 World's Fair. During this time he met his wife (of 51 years) Sharon Faye Elder.

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Donald R. Lucas
Donald R. Lucas, 66, passed away Dec. 29, 2014 at his home in Prineville, Oregon. A celebration of life and pot luck will be held at noon on Saturday, March 28, 2015 in Cashmere at the American Legion. Donald was born on May 13, 1948 in Ward, West Virginia to George and Ruby (Stone) Lucas. Juniper Ridge Funeral Home in Oregon is in charge of these arrangements.


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Ethel M. Gehring
Ethel May (Bakke) Gehring was born in Peshastin, Washington on Feb. 23, 1931 to Magnus and Inga (Mork) Bakke; she passed away on March 20, 2015 surrounded by her four daughters. Ethel attended Leavenworth schools and graduated in 1949. Her senior year she served as Leavenworth's Princess.  

After graduation, Ethel attended Deaconess School of Nursing and graduated as a Surgical R.N.  She then went to work at Georgetown Hospital in Washington D.C.   

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Walter R. "Butch" Waters
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James Talmage Adamson
James Talmage Adamson met his Lord and Savior on Feb. 24, 2015. To those who knew him, the list of achievements listed below does not begin to touch the surface of the man he was. While his accomplishments were many, his heart is what had an impact on those he knew. Jim had a way of making everyone feel like "his favorite," and his love for the Lord, his family, and his friends is the legacy that he left behind.

Jim was born on Dec. 12, 1922, to William and Maude JohnsonAdamson of Chehalis, Washington. He graduated from Chehalis High School in 1940 and went on to attend Central Washington College of Education (C.W.U.), where he captained the varsity basketball team and was president of the student government. He earned his bachelor's degree in education from there in 1948 and his master's degree in 1955.

Jim served in the U.S. Army from 1942-1946 in the European Theater of Operations and was honorably discharged in 1946 as Chief of Firing Battery in the 65th Infantry Division Artillery.

For the majority of Jim's life, he was involved with sports and education. Jim was both a high school PE teacher and a multi-sport coach at Leavenworth High School and Moses Lake High School. He also served as principal of Peshastin Dryden High School before returning to Moses Lake where he served as Athletic Director and Director of Federal Programs until he retired in 1979.

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Audrey Binckley
It is with much sadness that the family of Audrey Binckley (née Brakken) shares her passing on Dec. 1, 2014. Born in Minnesota in 1933, Audrey went to Seattle in 1950 and met the love of her life Dutch (Bernard) who hailed from North Dakota. It was love at first sight by all accounts and they were inseparable for their entire lives on earth. Starting their married life in Ballard, they came to Bothell in 1957 where they started Aurora Engineering which they ran until they retired and travelled, which eventually led them to the Lake Wenatchee area.
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