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LAHDE, Opal N.  
LAHDE, Opal N. (Age 94) Passed away April 26, 2016. Opal was born March 5, 1922 in Moscow, Idaho to Bert and Christine Severson of Troy, Idaho. She graduated from Lewiston State Normal School in 1945 and taught school at Kingston, Idaho. In 1946 Opal met and married Raymond Lahde. Ray and Opal moved to Colbert in 1948, where they owned and operated a dairy farm. Opal worked as an aide in the Physical Therapy department at Holy Family Hospital and as an Enterostomy Therapist. She was preceded in death by her husband Raymond in 1974, and their daughter Linda McOmber, brothers Glenn Severson and Floyd Severson, sisters Clarice Stoddard and Lela Lindbergh. Opal is survived by sons Jim (Janice) Lahde, Jerry (Kay) Lahde of Colbert, WA and Ron Lahde of Dallas, TX. She has eight grandchildren, eighteen great-grand- children, and two great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at St. Luke Lutheran Church, 9702 N. Division St., Spokane, WA on Friday, May 13th at 2: 00 pm.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on May 4, 2016
Langston, Orla Jean - Spokane  
November 7, 1929 - March 23, 2016 On March 23, 2016 we lost our mother O. Jean Langston in Portland, OR. Jean was a 70 plus year resident of Spokane. She was born the second of 5 children to John and Olga Sorenson on November 7,1929. She attended Rogers High School, graduating in 1947. She attended a local business college and held several office positions in Spokane and at Hanford in Richland, WA. In 1950 she married Edward Musgrove in Spokane. Jean and Ed raised 5 children in the Spokane Valley. They later divorced. In 1992 Jean married Alfred Moe. They spent 8 years together in their home in the valley before his passing in 2000. In 2003 Jean married Ralph Langston. They moved to Willows, CA. and in 2010 to their current home in Scappoose, OR. They spent their years together exploring and enjoying the Oregon coast. Jean loved the outdoors and spent countless hours gardening. She passed on her love of the outdoors and nature to her children. Jean was a member of the Spokane Valley Jay Cees and a life member of the Sons of Norway. Jean was preceded in death by her parents, John and Olga Sorenson, her brothers Milton and Robert Sorenson, and her sisters Grace Garvin and Linda Reinboldt as well as her husband Alfred Moe. Jean is survived by her husband Ralph Langston at their home in Scappoose. Also surviving are her children, daughter Nancy and husband Kenneth Bare of Whitehall, MT., daughter Shirley and husband Kevin McBride of Sisters, OR., daughter Patty Musgrove and partner Ward Kibbler of North Plains, OR., son John Musgrove of Scappoose, OR., and son Marc and wife Michele Musgrove of Sandy Springs, GA. Granddaughter Savana McBride of Bend, OR. and grandson Colson McBride of Springfield, OR. survive as well. She also leaves step-children Lauri Christen, Philip Moe, both of Spokane, Loretta Franco of Sacramento, CA., Dianna Entz of Willows, CA., Ralph Langston Jr. and Susan Langston both of Spokane. There are also numerous step grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins as well as special friends Gene and Sharon Bruce of Whitehall, MT. A celebration of Jean's life will be held in Spokane at the Riverside Memorial Garden Chapel on Friday, May 6 at 10 a.m.
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Published in Spokesman-Review from May 1 to May 7, 2016
LITTLE, Maureen Diane - Post Falls  
LITTLE, Maureen Diane (Age 70) Of Post Falls, Idaho passed away April 29, 2016 at her home. Maureen was born March 25, 1946 in Long Beach, California to John and Alberta (Dennis) Dickison while in route to Washington D.C. As a Navy brat Maureen moved and lived in various places throughout the United States eventually ending up in Hawthorne, Nevada. There she attended and graduated from High School in 1962. Maureen met John Little and they quickly became high school sweethearts and were married September 4, 1961 in Hawthorne, Nevada. They were married 55 years when Maureen passed. Maureen worked for 27 years running the Liquor Store in Post Falls, until her retirement. Maureen was a member of the Kai Beta Phi sisterhood, and also worked as a volunteer at the Hospice Thrift Store. She loved to fly and earned her pilot's license in 1975. She also enjoyed fishing, camping, finding and collecting rocks, bargain shopping, but mostly she loved spending time with her family, including her granddogs. She is survived by her loving husband John Little of the family home in Post Falls, Idaho; three children John Little Jr. of Oak Harbor, Washington, Robert (Jayne) Little of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, Susan (Larry) Royston of Athol, Idaho; her adopted son Tom (Kim) Sorci of Oregon; two brothers Tom Dickison of Hawthorne, Nevada, and Richard (Naoko) Dickison of Oahu, Hawaii; three sisters Lori Vicari of Woodenville, Washington, Sheri (Dan) Johnson of Poulsbo, Washington, and Robin (Duke) Collins of Middleburg, Florida; six grandchildren Taylor, Haylee, Raechel, Angelene, Samantha, and Michael; seven great-grandchildren Ava, Colton, Lindsey, Landen, Ryann, Hazel Marie, and Frankie. Maureen was preceded in death by her parents. A celebration of Maureen's life will be held Monday, May 16, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. at Bell Tower Funeral Home, 3398 E. Jenalan Ave., Post Falls, Idaho 84854. The family suggests that memorials may be made to Hospice of North Idaho at 9493 N. Government Way Hayden, Idaho 83835, or to the Abused Women's Shelter at 850 N. 4th, St. Coeur d' Alene, Idaho 83814. You may view her online memorial at www.belltowerfuneralhome.com.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on May 4, 2016

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LAKE, Marikay - Deer Park  
LAKE, Marikay 68 Years of Life My mom. Marikay Lake. The quiet warrior, went back home to God April 14, 2016, after being diagnosed with terminal cancer February 13, 2016. She just turned 68 years old. My mom, Kaye, took the diagnosis and accepted it...bravely, because she was and always will be our armor. She never knew how strong she was, but we did. She was modest, had the up most integrity and was loving and loyal. My mom was my biggest fan. She was smart and had a wicked humor and a funny laugh. She had a heartbreaking cry and the prettiest blue eyes that would search yours clear down to your soul. My mom and dad had a beautiful love story. At the time of my dad's sudden passing in 2008, Ed and Kaye were together 42 years. 42 years of pure love and partnership and a graceful example of marriage and family. It was a long eight years without my dad by her side as usual. I think my mom bravely faced her mortality yet looked forward to being reunited with her only love. To the very last moment my mom was making sure we were going to be okay...I assured her we were and it was time to go home to dad. I pray we will live to make them proud. The values my mom taught us were more than just values...they were parts of her that we will always respect. Marikay Lake is survived by so many family and friends, me, her only child; her grandchildren: Christopher and his wife Ariel Roth, and their baby Braxton, Matthew Adams, Preston Saario, and Krystal Saario and her children Inessa and Izakk. Kaye requested no services to be held, she said we had all endured enough. I think part of this request was, again, her modesty. She always said, "I don't want to be fussed over, just loved." Well I just did ya one better mom...I did both! Gods speed to you mom, Kaye, Nana, "the Great One." Love always, your very proud and thankful daughter, Cynthia. Namaste mama. Condolences can be sent to 20406 N. Market Rd., Colbert, WA 99005. Please address all things to Kaye Lake. If you feel compelled to send a card...send on to her, tell of a funny story, a touching memory or how you met. We know you're sorry for our loss and we are so very sorry for yours, too. We would love to be the little birdies on the window listening to all the amazing stories told by her friends and family. Go hug your loved ones, tell people that you care about, that they matter...Life can change in one moment...Make all your moments count. LAUER FUNERAL HOME in Deer Park, Washington.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on May 1, 2016
LAMPING, Joseph L. - Spokane  
LAMPING, Joseph L. July 1, 1912- December 29, 2015 Joseph L. Lamping, age 103, passed away peace- fully in his sleep on December 29th, 2015 Joe was born July 1, 1912, on a small dairy ranch in Mt. Vernon, WA. He moved to Spokane, WA when he was 12 and lived most of his life there. Joe loved and excelled in sports, winning the Spokane City Baseball Pitching contest while an 8th grader at Bemis School. Joe attended Hillyard High School where he lettered in Track, Basketball, and Football. He graduated from Rogers High School in 1932. Joe joined the Washington Air National Guard in 1928. He also became a Lt. Colonel and Command Pilot in the Civil Air Patrol during WWII. Then in 1933 he joined with Wallace Air Service as one of two Aerial Photographers in the US. He also taught Aero-Dynamics at Washington State College for a couple of years. He became part owner of Empire Erection Co. and an Ironworker until his retirement. Joe was an avid outdoorsman. He loved hunting, fishing, golf, bowling, boating, and just being in the woods. He also loved to cook. He could build or repair anything. He built his family house and lived in it for over 60 years. Joe was very active in his community. He was a Director for The March of Dimes. He was a past president, Life Member, and a Hall of Fame member of the Spokane Bowling Association. He was a past president and Life Member of The Wandermere Men's Club. He was a past president and Director of The Hillyard High School Alumni. He was a Life Member of Spokane Elks, no. 228 and the Eagles. He was also a founding member of the Spokane Yacht Club. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Edla. He is survived by his daughter Joan, son-in-law, Mike Sheridan; grandsons: Tim (Denise), Sean (Linette); granddaughter Kimberley Danel (Keith); great-grandsons: Cooper, Sam, Brody and Henry; great-granddaughters: Mollie, Rachel, Olivia, Margaret and Evelyn; a sister Clara; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews; and his special friend Elsie Russell. A memorial service will be held Thursday, May 5th at 9:45 a.m. at Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, 5200 W. Wellesley. For information contact: Joan Sheridan, 719-440-3537. Memorials may be made to The Union Gospel Mission, 1224 E. Trent Ave. Spokane, WA. 99202 or to the charity of your choice.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on May 1, 2016
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