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PARRISH, Dalton Scott Broadbent - Logan  
PARRISH, Dalton Scott Broadbent Dalton Scott Broadbent Parrish, much loved, beautiful first born son of Scott and Lynn Parrish returned to his Heavenly Father June 25, 2016. He died in a car crash Satur- day night at Bear Lake, a place that he loved. Dalton was an incredible son, brother, cousin, uncle and a wonderful friend. He was born on June 30, 1989 in Creve Coeur, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Dalton would have celebrated his 27th birthday on June 30. His birth was a long, hard struggle for his mother and he was much loved upon arrival, especially by his older sister who had prayed many nights for a baby brother. Dalton was a beautiful baby and full of life. He spent his first two years in St. Louis, then he was off to Europe, where we lived in Waterloo, Belgium for four years. The family then had a brief stay in Logan, Utah where Dalton confused his teacher at Adams Elementary. He had labeled all the parts of a face in what the teacher thought were "made up words." She was surprised to find out it was all in French. Then it was back to St. Louis for a short time before the family headed to Spokane, Washington where his mother put her foot down and said these, "kids need some roots." We stayed in Spokane for the next 18 years before moving back home to Logan, Utah about one year ago. Dalton was a creator, an instigator and went head long into whatever he was doing via the gift of what he referred to as "focused aggression." Dalton was an amazing artist, excelling particularly in photography and architecture as well as interior design and landscaping. Dalton graduated from Mead High School in Spokane, Washington, served an LDS Mission in Gilbert, Arizona and was finishing his BS Degree at BYU Idaho with plans to continue his education by going to law school. Dalton was passionate about whatever he was doing. He was an active member in the LDS Church. He was an excellent Scout. Dalton was a great Elders Quorum President in the Young Singles Ward and an incredible missionary. He loved the Gospel and missionary work was his passion. Dalton was preceded in death by his grandparents, Wallace and Treva Parrish; his uncle Steven Parrish; his cousin Ryan Longhurst; his grandfather Arthur Broadbent; his step-grandfather Lyle Holmgren; and his beautiful Mother Lynn Broadbent Parrish. Dalton will be interred next to his Mom in the Logan City Cemetery. Back together again. Love You Night or Near. Dalton's services will be Saturday July 2, 2016 starting with a Celebration Reception between 10:30 and 11:30 am, followed by his Funeral at 12:00 noon. All Services will be held in the Canyon Ridge (Quailbluff) ward building 1380 East 25 North, Logan, Utah. Interment will be in the Logan City Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online by visiting www.allenmortuaries.net
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Published in Spokesman-Review on June 30, 2016
PAULSON, Paul S. - Spokane  
PAULSON, Paul S. (1928-2016) Dr. Paul Sherman Paulson passed away in Green Valley, AZ, on June 12 at age 87. A beloved husband, father and a talented physician, Paul was born October 21, 1928, in Turtle Lake, North Dakota. His father, Paul Paulson Sr., operated a livery and draying business in the small farming community together with Paul's mother, Helen Lofthus Paulson, who made the best bread in town and taught all her children a deep love of music that sustained them throughout their lives. Paul was the youngest of three children. Paul graduated from Augsburg College with a teaching degree in 1949. He taught high school in Climax, MN for one year and later chose to follow his brother into medicine. He attended the University of North Dakota from 1952-1954. He married A. Constance Rholl in 1954 and finished his studies at the University of Minnesota, obtaining his MD in 1956. Paul interned at Hennepin County Hospital in Minneapolis, MN. After his duty as an Army Captain at Fort Lewis, WA, Paul moved his family to Seattle and took a residency in both Internal Medicine and Radiology at Virginia Mason and University of Washington, in Seattle. He was chief of radiology at Providence Hospital, Seattle, WA for 25 years and also served as chief of staff. Paul continued to work part time until fully retiring in May 2012 at the age of 83. In 1988, Paul married Denise DesForges Coburn who shared his love of dogs and the outdoors. Paul and Denise moved to Spokane, WA in 2003, where they were closer to the family cabin built by his sons at Priest Lake, ID, and to his brother, sister and extended family in the Spokane area. In 2014, Paul and Denise bought a second home in Green Valley, AZ, where a final, major stroke on June 12, 2016, brought a quick end to a full and joyous life. Paul remains deeply loved and will be missed on this plane of existence by many. He is preceded in death by his parents, his daughter, Kristine, and his siblings, Eric E. Paulson, MD and Helen Louise Landsverk, PhD. Paul leaves behind his loving wife, Denise, his sons, Tom and Ken Paulson, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. A celebration of his life will be held in Spokane, July 30, from 3-6 pm at the Red Lion Inn at the Park, 303 W. North River Drive, Spokane, WA 99201. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Paul S. Paulson, MD can be made to Augsburg College, 2211 Riverside Avenue, Box 142, Minneapolis, MN, 55454.
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Published in Spokesman-Review from June 26 to June 29, 2016
PLUMLEY, Vernetta Mae - Spokane  
PLUMLEY, Vernetta Mae (Age 85) Passed away June 14, 2016 in Spokane, WA. She was born May 5, 1931 to William and Viola in Morten, WA. Vernetta is survived by her four sons: Duane, Dale, Jim and Donald (Sharla) all of Spokane; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held 3:00 July 2, 2016 at Valley Open Bible Church 905 North McDonald Road Spokane Valley, WA 99216.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on June 26, 2016
PRIANO, Larry - Spokane  
PRIANO, Larry Larry Priano passed away recently. He was born and raised in Spokane and graduated from Sacred Heart Grade School and Gonzaga Prep. At Gonzaga, Larry was a three year letterman in football and was an All City quarterback in 1959 and 1960. He ventured off to the Deep South for college and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Houston. He then attended the University of Texas receiving a PhD in Physiology and Pharmacology and went on to obtain an MD degree from that same institution. He did his internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, California and subsequently specialized in Anesthesiology at the University of California San Francisco. He spent his entire 27 year career in academic medicine, teaching medical students and training residents in the specialty of Anesthesiology and doing medical research on anesthetic agents. His areas of interest were in the general cardiovascular, kidney, vascular and trauma arenas. He retained faculty appointments at the Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Texas Medical Branch and the Oregon Health Sciences University before retiring. During that time he published 78 full articles, case reports and abstracts in peer reviewed scientific journals and authored 7 book chapters and achieved national recognition in his specialty. For eight years he was a Board Examiner for the American Board of Anesthesiology, the national certification agency for Anesthesiologists. Larry will be interred at the Green River Wyoming City Cemetery, to join his wife Diane who predeceased him in 2009. He leaves behind a brother, Jerry, and many cousins. There will be no formal funeral services but rather a small private gathering of family and friends.
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Published in Spokesman-Review on June 26, 2016
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