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Dean Karch Weaver
 
Dean Karch Weaver
Dean Karch Weaver, Jr. passed away peacefully in Leavenworth, Washington on May 6, 2015. Dean was born in Beloit, Wisconsin on Sept. 4, 1933. His family moved to Chicago and then to Peshastin, Washington in 1945. Dean attended Peshastin schools where he excelled in track and field. He graduated from Peshastin High School in 1951.
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Bob Hamlin
Bob passed from this life to his heavenly home on March 22, 2015. He is in the arms of Jesus Christ his Savior. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on May 23, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Leavenworth Church of the Nazarene on 111 Ski Hill Road in Leavenworth, Washington.
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Bob Hamlin
Bob passed from this life to his heavenly home on March 22, 2015. He is in the arms of Jesus Christ his Savior. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on May 23, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Leavenworth Church of the Nazarene on 111 Ski Hill Road in Leavenworth, Washington.
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Larry David Hall
Larry David Hall, 68, a longtime resident of Peshastin, died early Friday morning May 15, 2015 at his home with his wife and daughter by his side. He was born on Feb. 11, 1948 to Clarence and Cora Marie (Porter) Hall at Ava, Missouri. At the age of five, the family moved to Peshastin where Larry was raised and educated. After graduating, Larry enlisted in the United States Army and after his honorable discharge returned to Peshastin. Larry was hired as a cook for the Buckboard Café by Delores Lee who later decided he was too good to let get away and so on Feb. 14, 1992, they were married at Leavenworth.
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Frederick Maxwell Johnson
Frederick Maxwell Johnson, great nephew of original Dryden homesteader A.P. "Ryegrass" Johnson, was born at home to Oscar and Edna (Maxwell) Johnson June 18, 1926. He attended Dryden schools, graduating Valedictorian in a class of 12 in 1944, four years after his mother's early death. Fred left home two months later for basic training at Fort Hood, as an Infantryman with Company I, 3rd Battalion, 232nd Regiment, 42nd Rainbow Division, shipping out as a replacement division following the Battle of the Bulge. After five months of chasing Germans from town to town, 10 days before the war ended, his outfit walked into the Dachau camp as the SS abandoned it. He returned to the states where he was honorably discharged at Camp Lewis in 1946.

"When little Max," Fred's early nickname given by his Uncle "Ryegrass," was five his Grandmother Maxwell in Seattle sent the family piano over for "little Max's" older sisters to take lessons on. "Little Max" never got lessons but would nonetheless climb up on the bench and play the songs from the radio, by ear, by practice continuing to play the rest of his life, never learning to read music and you could name any song, and he would pick out the melody for you."

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Susan Carol Deliduka
For the last 27 years Susan Carol Deliduka has called Leavenworth, Washington her home. Those who knew her understood that her heart always belonged to her home state of Florida.

At 7:20 a.m. PST on April 26 2015, Susan left this mortal coil in search of the great Syd Barrett, Janis Joplin, John Lennon jam session in the sky. She died at her Florida home, outside in the garden she loved more than anything. She was surrounded by family and friends.

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Ara Arakelian
Ara Arakelian, 85, of Leavenworth, Washington passed away on April 20, 2015. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1929, to the late Peter and Rose Arakelian. He served in the Army from 1951 to 1953, and was a paratrooper. He was a veteran of the Korean war, and recieved many medals, including a Bronze Star. In Milwaukee, in 1963, he married Josephine Paul. Together, they had eight children: Mary, Rose (Marc), Mike (Paula), Linda (Travis), George (Sandi), Ara (Christina), Lisa (Steve), Patricia (Kevin). They moved to Leavenworth in 1979. Ara's many interests included hunting, flying, and ham radio operating. He retired as a fish specialist with the Eastbank Fish Hatchery in 2012.
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Marlene (Braun) Betz
Marlene was born Nov. 27, 1933 to Eric and Eunice Braun in Norfolk, Nebraska. They moved to Yakima and then Cashmere in 1944. Marlene graduated from Cashmere High School with honors and attended the University of Washington. Following graduation, she taught in Seattle. She married Edward Betz, a Naval officer, at the Cashmere Presbyterian Church. They moved several times as Ed moved up the corporate ladder with Scott Paper Company, spending the last 40 years in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
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John Brozovich
ohn Brozovich, longtime resident of Leavenworth, Washington, passed away April 23, 2015 at the age of 77. John was recovering well at Cascade Rehab in Leavenworth from triple bypass surgery when complications occurred and he was rushed back to Central Washington Hospital. Staff there worked valiantly and tirelessly to stabilize him, without success. The family would like to thank all those at Central Washington Hospital and Cascade Rehab for their thoughtful, compassionate, and skillful care that they showed our Dad.

John and Nancy were married on Sept. 5, 1959 and they left for Alaska where he completed his tour in the Air Force. He was honorably discharged in 1961 and he and Nancy moved to Lynnwood, Washington where they raised their girls. In 1998, John retired as VP of Manufacturing from Measurement Systems International and he and Nancy moved to Leavenworth after building their dream home. He loved this home and spent innumerable hours beautifying it so it became a jewel nestled in the pines. In Leavenworth, John became an active member of the Upper Valley Connection and loved to spend time with the group and cared for them as if they were family.

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Pauline A. (Evans) Guthrie
Pauline A. (Evans) Guthrie passed away April 26 at the age of 96. She was born March 31, 1919 in Molene, Kansas, the eldest of three daughters. She lived in Molene until her marriage to Cleo Evans in 1936 and thereafter made her home with Cleo in Clifty, Arkansas. She had three children: Barbara, Sharon and Michael. During that time she also ran the kitchen at the Blueberry Hills Farm Restaurant in Clifty, drawing diners from nearby cities like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Dallas and Kansas City. The restaurant received great reviews from many magazines.

After 46 years of marriage, Cleo died in 1982. She married Ernest Guthrie on August 26, 1987 and made her home in Cashmere, Washington where for nearly 28 years they enjoyed many fishing trips, gardening and making yard crafts. They both enjoyed entering their bountiful produce in the Chelan County Fair and won many awards.

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Heinz Hohmann
Our Dad, Heinz Hohmann, led quite a life. He was born on March 23, 1932 in Kassel, Germany where he lived with his parents, the late Walter and Alma Hohman and brothers, Kurt and Klaus. His early years were challenging as he was only 9 years old when World War II began. March 1952, at the age of 20, he immigrated with his family to Bandon, Oregon. It was only a matter of time before he was drafted into the United States Army where he served for two years. Dad was very proud the day he became a United States citizen, Valentine's Day 1955...a date he always celebrated!

Life took another special turn when he went on a blind date and met Claudia Hardenbrook...she became his "favorite" and only wife on Nov. 29, 1957 in Kirkland, Washington. They had 57 years together, something he fondly mentioned on a regular basis. Those years included our entrance into their lives...his favorite kids, Karl, Heidi and Erik...homes in Kirkland, Lynden, Ferndale, Methow Valley, Monroe, Leavenworth and Cashmere...and jobs at Boeing and Intalco where he enjoyed an early retirement.

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