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ARNOT, Arnold B. - Spokane  
ARNOT, Arnold B. Arnold B. Arnot passed away February 2, 2016 in Spokane Valley, WA. He was born January 31, 1932 in Moscow, ID the son of Leo and Grace (Henderson) Arnot. Arnie attended Troy Grade School and then North Central High School in Spokane. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, after which, he graduated from Devry Technical School in Chicago. He was immediately hired by IBM and worked for them for 31 years. His career with IBM took him many places including Anchorage, AK, Salem and Eugene, OR and Germany. Arnie had the privilege of working for NASA and, while in Europe, he had top security clearance. Upon retiring they moved to Spokane Valley , close to his roots. In his spare time Arnie enjoyed bowling and golfing. He is survived by his loving wife Caroline Arnot; his daughter Kathleen; his grandchildren Jesse and Chelsea; and his brother Raymond Arnot. Memorial services will be Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 2pm and will be conducted at St. Joseph Cemetery and Funeral Center Chapel, 17825 E. Trent Ave., Spokane Valley, WA with inurnment to follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to:
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 5, 2016
BOND, Helen Marie - Newport  
BOND, Helen Marie Cusick Helen Marie Cusick Bond (97) went to be with the Lord on February 2nd, 2016 at her home near Cusick, Washington. A lifetime resident of the Cusick area, she was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Bruce R. (Bill) Bond, who departed this life in 1999. She was also preceded in death by her two sisters Ida Logue and Catherine Tallman, and a brother Clayton Cusick. She leaves behind five children: William Bond of Bremerton, WA., Helen Iva Bond of Aberdeen, WA, Judy Evans of Sun City, AZ, Randall Bond of Spokane, WA, and James Bond of Las Vegas, NV. as well as 18 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and eight great-great-grandchildren. Born in Newport, WA on September 29, 1918, Helen grew up on the ranch of her parents Wolfred C. and Lydia Cusick near Locke, Washington. A true country girl, she helped at the ranch, rode horses, raised chickens and turkeys, and helped with the harvest. She attended Tacoma Creek School and completed eight grades in six years. She then attended Cusick High School and graduated in1935. She assisted her parents and helped care for her father until she married Bruce R. Bond on July 23rd, 1938. They briefly resided in Cusick before moving to his parent's ranch on Bond road west of Cusick. At the ranch, she continued the farm life she had always known, milked cows, raised five children, tended a garden, and canned fruits and vegetables. In addition, she took care of her mother-in-law, Iva Bond, until her death in 1963. Together with her sister-in-law, Adrienne Bond, they prepared many meals for family gatherings and is fondly remembered for the cinnamon rolls she baked. She cared for her brother, Clayton, the last year of his life in 1973. Helen was an active community member. She was a 4-H leader for 26 years of the Foothills 4-H club. She was member of homemakers clubs and garden clubs, the Calsipell Grange, Pend Oreille County Historical Society, and participated in weekly bible studies. She and her husband attended the Church of Christ in Locke. She regularly volunteered at the Pend Oreille County Fair until the very last few years of her life. From 1990 to 2005 she volunteered at the Cusick Community Center and Food Bank. She was a member of the Usk Community Club and participated in their bazaars. She baked, knitted and crocheted, and was an avid reader of mysteries. Helen particularly enjoyed picking huckleberries with her friends and family. In 2008 she began spending winters in Las Vegas, Nevada with her youngest son and her granddaughter, Amanda. In 2009 she fell and fractured several vertebrae in her back and thus required more assistance from the family, particularly her grandson-in-law, Gabe Colbaugh and family friend, Flora Lemus. Not a gambler, she enjoyed the shows and sights in Vegas, petting the fish at Shark Reef, and visiting Valley of Fire. She continued to knit and read and enjoy visits from family and friends. She will be remembered for her smile, her sharp wit, and her many acts of kindness. She will be missed. Memorials or donations in her name can be given to the Usk Community Club, Pend Oreille County Historical Society, or the Cusick Community Center. A funeral service will be held Thursday, February 11th, 2016 at 11AM at the Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home in Newport with a reception immediately following at the Usk Community Hall. SHERMAN-KNAPP FUNERAL HOME in Newport is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends are invited to sign the online guest book at sherman-knapp.com
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 7, 2016
BOURNE, Harry R. - Spokane  
BOURNE, Harry R. (Dick) 86 Years Old Born in Nebraska to Harry and Myrne Bourne, March 25, 1929. Surrounded by loved ones, Dick passed away February 1, 2016 in Spokane, WA. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and brother to his large extended family. The memory of his love and generosity will forever be cherished and missed by all that were lucky enough to know him. Dick and his family moved to Spokane in his teen years. He graduated from Mead High School, where he met and married the love of his life, Dorothy Sicilia, in August of 1948. They are survived by their three daughters: Vickie (Randy) Bunke, Patti (Rich) Beal and Joanie (Richard) Hunt. Dick also took great pride in his six grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. For many years after their retirement, Dick and Dorothy enjoyed embarking on new adventures in their motor- home along with family and friends. Dick is preceded in death by his loving wife of 67 years, Dorothy; his brother, Lloyd Bourne; and his mother and father. He is also survived by two brothers, Harold and Howard Bourne; and sister, Betty Little. Services will be held at Heritage Funeral Home on February 16, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. He will then be laid to rest at Fairmount's Spokane-Cheney Memorial Gardens Cemetery beside his wife, in a private graveside service. Donations can be made in memory of Harry R. Bourne to cancer treatment / research or charity of your choice.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 10, 2016
BRODERSEN, Dr. Allan - St. Louis  
BRODERSEN, Dr. Allan (Age 61) Dr. Allan Brodersen passed away on February 2, 2016 at the age of 61. He was the beloved husband of Mary Brodersen nee Gardner of Foristell, Missouri. He is survived by his three brothers, Dennis Brodersen of Tecumseh, OK, Jorn Brodersen of Hughson, CA and Henning Brodersen of Chandler, AZ and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hans Brodersen and Gerda Inger Brodersen nee Nielsen. Dr. Allan Brodersen attended medical school at OU in Norman, Oklahoma. Prior to medical school, he lived in southern California and completed his residency in Spokane, Washington. He was later united in marriage to Mary Gardner on June 25, 1988. He went on mission trips to Honduras and Ecuador with the Christian Medical and Dental Society. He also lived in Waxhaw, North Carolina and later moved to Missouri in 2012. Dr. Brodersen enjoyed watching sports especially the OU Sooners, Georgetown Hoyas, LA Kings Hockey and LA Dodgers Baseball. He liked visiting national parks and camping. He was a history buff of World War II and the Civil War and was an avid reader. Allan loved his animals, cats and horses. He will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved him. Visitation will be Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am at Pitman Funeral Home, 1545 Wentzville Parkway, Wentzville, Missouri 63385, with a Celebration of Life Service afterwards at 11:30am. PITMAN FUNERAL HOME, Wentzville, MO
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 5, 2016
BRYAN, Nola Mae - Spokane Valley  
BRYAN, Nola Mae (Age 46) Passed away January 27, 2016 surrounded by her family. Nola was a lifetime resident of Spokane and graduated from University High School in 1988. She is survived by her children, Brittney and Tyler; her fiancé Wayne Degenstein; siblings Nolan, Doug, Steve, Susan and Shawn; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, February 13 at 2:00 at Fowler United Methodist Church, 3928 N. Howard Street, Spokane WA 99205. Please make memorial contributions to Team Gleason through the Gleason Initiative Foundation or The Gleason Family Trust.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 7, 2016
BUDIK, Mark R. - Salem  
BUDIK, Mark R. May 22, 1961 - January 26, 2016 On Tuesday January 26, 2016, the world lost a beautiful man. Mark Robert Budik died at the side of his family peacefully in his home and exactly where he wished to be. Mark was born on May 22, 1961 in Minnesota, but spent most of his younger teenage years in Spokane, WA. In 1983 Mark and his wife at the time and mother of all three of their children, Debby Budik, moved to San Diego, CA, where they had their first and oldest child, Rachel Budik, in 1985. Mark and Debby moved to Salem, OR in 1991, where they had their remaining two children, Joseph (1997) and Jesse (1998) Budik. Mark and Debby were married 25 years, and remained great friends after they were no longer married. Mark was a devoted and loving father to his three children, and in return they absolutely adored him and looked up to him as the person they wished to be like. Mark had a way of touching people's souls by just a simple conversation with him. He was a genuine and generous man who was truly admired by many. Mark was also a faithful and spiritual man and is now resting in Heaven where he belongs with his Savior. Even though Mark was taken from us too soon, his legacy of the great man he was will last lifetimes and generations. Mark is survived by his three children, Rachel, Joseph and Jesse Budik; his former wife, Debby Budik; Michael and Shari Dougherty, and Laurie Oliver who he always considered his brother and sisters; his sisters, Pam, Carrie, Sandra; brother, Christopher; and many nieces and nephews. Marks Celebration of Life will be held at Silver Creek Fellowship, on Saturday February 6th, at 1:00pm.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 5, 2016
BUECHNER, Ray - Spokane  
BUECHNER, Ray Ray Buechner, 52 of Spokane, WA, passed away February 1, 2016. He is survived by his husband Mark Wheeler; father-in-law Damon Wheeler; sisters, Nanette Bailey, Tammy Waddell, Katie Dougherty, Becky Buechner and Nancy Kemp; along with numerous neices, nephews and great-neices and nephews. Ray was a loving husband, brother and uncle who will be greatly missed, but will remain forever in our hearts.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on Feb. 7, 2016
CAMPBELL, Judith (Burton) - Spokane  
CAMPBELL, Judith (Burton) With great sadness, the family of Judith Burton Campbell, announces her unexpected passing at home in Spokane, WA on Friday, January 29, 2016. Judy was born on July 2, 1938 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Loyd T. and Flora Giles Burton. After her marriage to Phillip T. Campbell in 1963, the two moved to Walla Walla, WA where they started a family. A short time later Phil's employment brought them to Spokane WA, where they chose to stay and raise their young family. Judy was an awesome stay at home mom who later chose to work for Hallmark where she enjoyed many happy years meeting new people and making wonderful lifelong friends. Judy was an avid book reader and loved nothing better than completing a crossword puzzle or word search in her spare time. She especially enjoyed spending time with family and friends at her Priest Lake cabin. Everyone will remember her famous chocolate chip cookies and Chex mix that she never failed to have on hand. Her generosity to her beloved family can't be understated here; she clearly took great care of us. We can't help but know she was extremely proud of each and every one of us and loved us with everything she had. We will certainly miss her ridiculous and meticulous rituals, her subtle stubborn streak and dry wit, and her great wisdom. Mostly though, we will miss her unconditional love. Judy talked often of her family in Utah and kept us in Spokane apprised to their well-being. Undeniably, her favorite partner in crime was her brother Loyd, as they both clearly vied for the prestigious rebel award. Finally, she often talked about her friends and neighbors who made her feel special. She treasured you all, and we thank you for being a part of Mom's life. Judy is preceded in death by her husband Phil and her parents Loyd and Flora Burton, of Salt Lake City, Utah. She is survived by five siblings and their spouses, Wayne and Jan Burton, Salt Lake, Blaine and Ardith (deceased) Burton, Salt Lake, Loyd and Theresa Burton Jr., Donnelly ID, Tessie and Howard (deceased) Mathis, Youngtown, Arizona, and Robert (deceased) and Phyllis Whitmore, Salt Lake; three children and their spouses, Glen and Kathy Campbell, Mead, Susan and Vern Hare, Nine Mile Falls, Steve and Tamara Campbell, Colbert; eleven cherished grandchildren and their spouses, Ryan Campbell and Natalie Speck, Emily Campbell and Klay McPeek, Kaitlyn Campbell, Brad Campbell, Derek Hare, Luke Hare, Kelsey Hare, John and Erin Huynh, Savannah Campbell, Sydney Campbell, and Tanner Wells. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, February 13, 2016, at Heritage Funeral Home, 508 N. Government Way, Spokane, WA 99224. Interment will follow immediately at Greenwood Memorial Terrace, 211 N. Government Way. Reception will follow at the family home from 12-3 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Spokane, 121 S. Arthur St, Spokane, WA 99202, in honor of Mom's favorite charity.
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Published in Spokesman-Review from Feb. 7 to Feb. 10, 2016
CARTER III, Arthur B. - Spokane  
CARTER, Arthur B. III March 12, 1948- February 1, 2016 Art was born in Spokane, WA to Arthur B. Jr. and Hazel Carter and big sister Karen. He grew up in Glenrose, attending the Glenrose School, Adams Elementary, Lewis and Clark and in the first graduating class of Ferris High School in 1966. After working for Murphy Bros. Construction for one year, he joined the Army and proudly served with the 101st Airborne. He earned two Purple Hearts and the Bronze Star with Valor in Vietnam during the TET Offensive. After three years he returned and spent most of his career with Murphy Bros. After retirement he became active in Veterans Affairs as an officer in DAV 6, two time Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, and as a member of AmVets and VFW Post #51. Art initiated the first nationwide Purple Heart Flag Ceremony in Spokane in honor of National Purple Heart Recipient Appreciation Day. The A/P picked up the story and it went nationwide. Now on every August 7th the Purple Heart Flag is flown in Spokane, including at the county courthouse. There are now such ceremonies held across the country. He is survived by his wife Linda of 42 years; son Arthur B. Carter IV (Kathy); grandchildren: Alexis and Arthur B. V; step-grandson Scott Sampson; his sister Karen Osborne (Ed); nephews Ed, Ryan and Corey Osborne and families; numerous great-nephews, nieces, cousins and special son of the heart Casey Baker and family. The family thanks the wonderful care given by the VA, Sacred Heart Hospital, Hospice of Spokane and his wonderful Veteran families, especially Phil and Norma White and Randy and Von Howard. A Graveside Service will be held at 11:30am on Saturday, February 6, 2016 at Greenwood Memorial Terrace in Spokane. A Memorial Service will follow at 1:00 pm at VFW Post #51, 300 W Mission Ave, Spokane, WA.
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Published in Spokesman-Review from Feb. 3 to Feb. 5, 2016
CASPER, Helen L. - Spokane  
CASPER, Helen L. (Age 92) Helen was born in Conrad, Montana, to Jalmer and Inez Dahlstrom on May 14, 1923, and passed away January 20, 2016, in Spokane, WA .Helen married Andrew Casper on September 12, 1943. She worked several years for the U.S. Government; followed by Spokane School District 81. In 1977, Helen got her dream job working in the travel business and was able to travel the world. She is survived by her daughter Cori Scrivner, Spokane, WA; her son, Doug Casper, her daughter-in-law Annie, Anacortes, WA; her sister, Mary Ellen Brownell, Conrad, MT; and numerous nieces and nephews. Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Andrew; her brother, John Dahlstrom; her sisters Lucille Rowekamp, Winifred Meyer, and Betty Hofland; and her son-in-law, Jerry Scrivner. A Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, February 10th, at Heritage Funeral Home. Her final resting place will be at Greenwood Memorial Terrace. There will be a gathering at the Davenport Hotel Elizabethan Ball Room following the service.
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Published in Spokesman-Review from Feb. 3 to Feb. 7, 2016
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