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Jeanne M. Tiedeman
 
Jeanne M. Tiedeman
Jeanne M. Tiedeman, 90, a 31-year Leavenworth resident, passed away on Thursday morning, Aug. 14, 2015 at Cascade Medical in Leavenworth.

Jeanne was born on Aug. 9, 1925 in Morehead, Minnesota to the late John "Jack" and Ethel (Green) Hoefling. She was raised in Minnesota, where she received her schooling and graduated from high school. She later met Leslie P. "Les" Tiedeman and they were married on Feb. 21, 1947 at Fort Lewis, Washington. They made their first home together in Sumner, Washington. During the late 1960s, they purchased Highland Seafood located in Shoreline. Together, they operated a wholesale and retail store as well as a restaurant. In 1983, they sold their business and built a home located up Eagle Creek in Leavenworth. They moved into their home in 1984 and continued to make their home in Leavenworth. On Oct. 13, 2012, she was preceded in death by her husband, Les. She has since remained in Leavenworth and most recently called Mountain Meadows home.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 More...

Neval A. Harris
Neval Allen Harris, 51, a Plain native, passed away at home on Wednesday night, Aug. 19, 2015, following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. His positive attitude never wavered throughout his 18-month fight.

He was born July 20, 1964, in Leavenworth, Washington, to Neval B. Harris and Patricia (Vey) Harris. He was raised in Plain and attended school in Leavenworth. After graduating from Leavenworth High School in 1982, he worked in log building and custom home construction, most recently with Bob Leber Construction in Plain.

He was a history buff and prolific reader, with an extensive and eclectic library that included series such as Tarzan, Conan and Edge. His collection of friends was similarly extensive and eclectic. He could walk into any room and make a friend. He was generous, kind, loyal and brought laughter wherever he went. He was not religious, but paid tribute to the rasta gods.

He was a storyteller and a lover of Hard Rock, Reggae and the Blues. He also enjoyed live music, for listening and dancing, whether it was the Rich & Rare Rebels or Shongo Bongo.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 More...
Christina Bickel Schooling
Christina was born Jan. 9, 1946 to Alfred, and Thelma Bickel at St. Anthony's hospital in Wenatchee, Washington. Christina attended schools in Leavenworth, and was a 12 year student. She was very active in band, and piano. Christina graduated from Leavenworth High School with honors in 1964. She later attended Pacific Lutheran University. While at PLU, she met her future husband, William Dwight Schooling. They were married on July 8, 1967. Christina taught school in California until her son Alan was born. Later, her health became an issue, but she always maintained a positive attitude. For the last couple of years, she has fought a courageous battle with cancer. It won on Aug. 14, 2015.
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Phyllis V. Schroder Lunstrum
Passed away July 15, 2015. She was 86 years old. Phyllis was born in Chelan, Washington in 1928 in an apple orchard. The family moved to Cashmere, Washington in 1930 to another apple orchard on Pioneer Ave. Phyllis attended Cashmere schools and graduated from Cashmere High School in 1946.
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Goldie L. Sines
Goldie L. Sines, 86, passed away in Bozeman, Montana, the morning of Aug. 11, 2015, surrounded by family. Goldie was born August 26, 1928, in Pataha, Washington, to Andrew and Edna (Cline) Snelson. Goldie was a loving wife, mother of four, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.

Goldie was proceeded in death by her parents, Andrew and Edna Snelson; her husband, Roy E. Sines; brothers, Ray Snelson, and Dennis Snelson; son-in-law, John R Warwood; granddaughter, Lisa Higbee; and great-grandson, Kenneth Higbee.

Goldie is survived by her brothers,

Robert Snelson, Roy Snelson, and Jim Snelson; children, Barbara Warwood, Marlene and Howard Goff, Donald and Holli Sines, and Steve and Sue Sines; 13 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

After graduating from Cashmere High school, she met Roy Sines who had just returned from serving in the Army during World War II. They were married on August 14, 1946. They raised four children while owning an orchard in Wenatchee and later moving to an orchard in Cashmere, Washington. She loved to work in her flower and vegetable gardens. She was into crafts, crocheting, quilting, miniatures, beadworks, and an avid reader of Science Fiction. She helped her husband with the orchard and also worked at a fruit warehouse.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 More...
Vivian Ellen (Forbes) Davenport
Vivian, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend was born Jan.4, 1920 in Kansas City, Missouri and passed away at her home in Leavenworth, Washington on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015. She was preceded in death by her husband of 72 years, Orville W. Davenport and four brothers and three sisters. She is survived by her brother Charles Forbes and her eight children. O.W.(Jr./Vince) (Jonita) Davenport, Naomi(Henry) VonLinger, Pat Davenport, Timothy (Diane) Davenport, Sharon Cutler, Doyle (Anita) Davenport, Vida Davenport, and Donna Davenport. She is also survived by her 18 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren.

God blessed her with 95 years on this earth. Her greatest passions were her family and her faith. She served as a Sunday School teacher, Missionette leader, officer in the Gideon auxiliary, the Women's Missionary Council (many missionaries benefited from the beautiful quilts this group made) and church treasurer. Her strong faith was imparted to her children. People she had an impact on have described her as wonderful, caring, kind, sweet, Godly, loving, beautiful inside and out, and fun loving. She will be greatly missed by all that knew her.

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Robert Fayven (Bob) Bayne
Robert Fayven (Bob) Bayne went to be with the Lord, Saturday morning July 25, 2015 at Mountain Meadows Assisted Living in Leavenworth, Washington. He was born May 12, 1930 at home in Peshastin, to Fayven and Gladys (Day) Bayne and lived his entire life in towns from Dryden to Merritt spending most of his days living in Leavenworth.

He married the love of his life, Delores Lavon (Dee) Haugen in Leavenworth, June 4, 1951. Bob spent four years in the U.S. Navy from 1950 to 1954 with his brother John D. Bayne in the Korean conflict. They were both Honorary Discharged in 1954. Bob spent 26 years working for the Chelan Co. P.U.D.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman and loved to spend his time in the Icicle mountains; especially when family was with him.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 More...
Donald LeRoy Ells
After many years of suffering with Alzheimer's and Dementia, our beloved Don is now in heaven with his Lord, his soul finally filled with peace.

Don was born Jan. 26, 1936 in Leavenworth, Washington to John and Penny (Rhyne) Ells, the seventh of nine children. He was raised in Leavenworth and Medford, Oregon, eventually returning to make Leavenworth his earthly home. Preceding Don in death were his parents, John and Penny, his brothers, Robert, Jack, Harold, Ray and his sister, Clementine. Don is survived by his brothers, Otis, Cashmere, Washington, Ken (Frosty) Pyuallup, Washington, and sister Darlene (Mickey) Oldham, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, his sweetheart of 58 years, Susan; sons: Mike (Debbie) of Leavenworth, Joe (Betty) of East Wenatchee, Washington, Todd (Kellie) of Leavenworth, and daughter, SuAnn LaRee (Robert) Goulet, Biddeford, Maine. Grandchildren, Eric of East Wenatchee, Washington, April (Josh) of East Wenatchee, Washington, Kevin, Santa Cruz, California, Kyle (Athena) Ft. Benning, Georgia, Ashley, Ariah, Bonnie Brian and Bryce, all of Leavenworth, and four great-grandchildren, Brodie, Max, Alexandria and Andrew. Don is also survived by many nephews and nieces, including special nephew, Rusty and special niece, Connie.

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Rudi Forhan
Rudi Forhan

God made room in heaven last week for our dearly loved father. It was his prayer to be able to join his mother, father and siblings.

Rudi, age 92, died Sunday June 7, 2015 at 9:40 a.m., surrounded by loving family at his home in Vacaville, California. He had been ill for a short period with pneumonia, sepsis and heart failure.

Rudi is survived by his wife of 69 years, Alice (Mehrens), his son William (Bill) and wife Carol of Leavenworth; his daughter Gayle (Elizabeth) and husband Dale Schendzielos of Colorado Springs, Colorado; daughter Diane (DuBose) of Vacaville; and son Edward and wife Cami of Clayton, California; thirteen grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren.

Rudi was born on March 12, 1923 in Kalispell, Montana to William Forhan and Hermine Bozane Forhan (Merker) He was the youngest of his clan of Irish and Czechoslovakian immigrants and loved to celebrate his Irish heritage.

He was preceded in death by his father William, his mother Hermine, his sisters, Sally, Midge, Florence (Tetler), Laura Josephine (Measure), Margaret (Smith), Nelle (Hartley), and brothers Edward, and William (Buz) Forhan.

During the "Great War" Rudi served in the Merchant Marine service hauling war supplies to the troops in Europe and the South Pacific. He graduated from the Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point where he was commissioned as an ensign in the Maritime service. He served as a navigation officer who was responsible for guiding his unarmed supply ship through submarine infested waters in order to unload munitions and supplies for the troops in New Guinea and France.

After the war Rudi attended the Montana School of Mines in Butte, Montana where he received a degree in Geological Engineering. He injured his knee playing football and ended up in the hospital where he met Alice, a fastidious nurse who caught his eye and stole his heart. Rudi and Alice were married on January 22, 1946 in Butte at St. Patrick's Catholic Church.

The couple lived in Butte for most of their early years of marriage where Rudi worked for the Anaconda Company ultimately heading up the work on the Berkley Pit. From Butte, Rudi's work took him to Mandeville, Jamaica, West Indies, Grants, New Mexico, and Denver, Colorado. He retired in Tucson, Arizona and moved to Vacaville, California to be closer to family four years ago.

Rudi loved to fish and was especially fond of practicing the art of dry fly fishing on the many rivers of Western Montana. When it was too dark to see a White Wulff floating on the evening ripples he would retire to his family camp trailer where he taught his preteen children to play bridge.

Rudi was a loving father and friend to all he met. His quick humor and warm smile could diffuse the most difficult confrontations. He was loved by all and will be deeply missed.

A memorial service to celebrate Rudi's life is being planned for later this summer at one of Rudi's favorite Montana trout streams. Those wishing to make a donation in Rudi's memory can contribute to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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