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BOWERSOCK, ROBERT  
ROBERT "BOB" BOWERSOCK Einan's at Sunset Robert "Bob" Bowersock died at home on August 11, 2015. He was 86. Born January 26, 1929 in Baxter Springs, Kansas, Bob moved to Columbus, Kansas, where he met and married the girl next door, Phyllis Anne Clegg. The couple had just celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. Bob is survived by his wife; two daughters, Kim (Joe) Guyette and Karin (Jim Ritter) Bowersock; one granddaughter, Caitlin Guyette; four step-grandchildren, Chris, Tim, Rebecca, and Sophie Ritter; his dog, Jake; nieces and nephews; friends and neighbors. He was preceded in death by his sister, Dorothy Overman; his parents; and best friend, Norm Miller. Bob attended the University of Kansas, earning a degree in chemical engineering. Later in life, he earned a master's degree in behavioral science. After college he served as Lieutenant JG in the US Navy during the Korean War. Bob and Phyllis joined their friends, The Millers, in Richland in 1954, working for GE. He spent his career at Hanford working for the various contractors including Battelle Northwest and Vitro Engineering. Bob was passionately active in Benton County, state, and national Democratic politics. He served as precinct committeeman for decades as well as a delegate to state Democratic conventions. He continued to attend Democratic Central Committee meetings up until his death and was a sage of local political history and parliamentary procedure. Bob's activism included anti-war protests, boycotts in support of the rights of migrant farm workers, miles of doorbelling for various causes and candidates. After retiring, Bob trained annually and volunteered as a Tax Aide consultant, and took an active interest in making B-Reactor a museum/national monument including serving as Government Relations officer for BRMA. His interests included trips to his cabin, travel to visit far flung family and friends, watching the Seahawks and Tiger Woods through their ups and downs, weekly lunches with friends at The Spudnut Shop, and missed hitting the course at Sham na Pum. Like thousands of others Bob was put in the role as caregiver for Phyllis by Alzheimer's disease. She is at a loss without her faithful companion. A celebration of his life will be held on September 11 from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at the Richland Community Center. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to organizations dear to his heart: Pet Over Population Prevention (POPP), Alzheimer's Research, alz.org , or any campaign for a democratic candidate. Express your thoughts and memories on our online Guestbook at www.einansatsunset.com
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Sept. 1, 2015
PORTER, MARGIE ANN  
MARGIE ANN PORTER Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home Devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and caregiver Early Wednesday morning, August 26, Margie Ann (McClellan) Porter passed away at her Kennewick home with her husband by her side, following a courageous sixteen-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Margie was 67 years old. Margie was born in Richland, Washington, on July 9, 1948. She was the fourth child, and third daughter, of Eugene and Ruby McClellan. Margie was a 1966 graduate of Kennewick High School. In 1992, she earned her nursing degree from Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Washington. She began her career as a registered nurse, ultimately specializing in gastroenterology, at Lourdes Medical Center, also in Pasco. Margie took great joy in her service as a nurse, tirelessly caring for patients and mentoring colleagues at Lourdes for over 20 years. Fellow workers at Lourdes became some of her dearest friends. Margie was an exceptional artist with creations that were highly prized by both family and friends. She loved camping, traveling, reading, and many outdoor activities. Most of all, Margie loved people and being with her family. She loved life. As she closed her eyes for the last time, she knew she was going Home to be with the Father, loved ones who had gone on before, and to wait for those to come. Margie was preceded in death by her mother and father, and her sister, Janice Bryner. Margie is survived by her husband, Milt; her brothers, Warren and Jim McClellan; her sister, Nadean Rigby; her daughter, Becky Purschwitz, and husband, Gene; her son, Nathan Shoemaker, and wife, Tara; her son, Jason Porter, and wife, Amy; and six beautiful grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Friday, September 4, at 11 a.m. at Bethel Church in Richland. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Chaplaincy ( tricitieschaplaincy.org ) or the American Cancer Society. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com .
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Sept. 1, 2015
REED, ELVA "MERLE"  
ELVA "MERLE" REED Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home Elva "Merle" Reed, 83, a long-time resident of Kennewick, Washington, returned to her Heavenly Father on August 27, 2015. Merle was born on January 15, 1932 in Rigby, Idaho to Uel and Ruth Evans. Merle was a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and her extraordinary faith sustained her throughout her life. By the time she passed away, Merle had overcome so many challenges between her personal life and her health, that her family had nicknamed her "The Energizer Bunny." She just kept going and going, always with a sweet smile, an unmatched attitude, and at least one hug for every greeting and goodbye. Merle grew up in Ellensburg, Washington, and resided for a number of years as a single woman in Walla Walla. After marrying, she settled with her husband in Kennewick where they raised three children. Once her children were grown, she divorced in 1997. She then entered into one of the most peaceful and happy times of her life where she enjoyed her kids, her grandkids, her brothers and sisters, and her numerous friends. Merle worked as a secretary off and on over the years, but her main occupation was as a stay-at-home mom. She volunteered in her kid's schools, helped them to finish and achieve whatever goals or projects they were working on, and went to every baseball game, Boy Scout event, and high school play that they were involved in. Merle served in a variety of church positions, and several of the ones that she had really liked fulfilling were: Teaching in Relief Society, tracking materials checked out of the church library, organizing the monthly ward newsletter, and anything genealogical. Merle was an avid mall walker, logging hundreds of miles and inspiring others. Even after set-backs in her health, she refused to become discouraged, and she would return to the mall just as soon as she was allowed to. Merle is survived by her three children: Raymond Reed of Portland, Oregon; Paula Helten of Pasco, Washington; Charles Reed of Kennewick, Washington; and their spouses. Two grandchildren: Kaylie Helten and Samuel Reed; and one brother and one sister. She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers, and two sisters. In the last few years, Merle and her family have received a lot of love and support from many friends, neighbors, services, and organizations in the area. We, her family, would like to extend our deepest gratitude to these gracious, giving, and selfless people who were there for our mom and for us. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 5th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 515 S. Union St. in Kennewick. Burial will follow at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Ellensburg. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com .
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Sept. 1, 2015

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YESBERGER, JERRY  
JERRY YESBERGER Einan's at Sunset Jerry Yesberger was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend to many. He passed away peacefully at Hospice on August 27, 2015. Jerry was born July 16, 1925, along with his twin sister, Geraldine, and raised in Pueblo, Colorado. He joined the Coast Guard in 1943 at the age of 17 after graduating from high school, serving in the South Pacific during WWII. Following the service, he attended the University of Denver where he graduated with a degree in Public Health and Pharmacy. While attending the university, he met his wife, Marge, on a bus after her mother suggested she take the empty seat next to him. In 1950, Jerry applied for a job with General Electric and moved to Richland where they raised their four children (Louis, John, Tom, and Nancy). Expecting a lot more greenery after being stationed in Seattle, his first thought upon arrival was how he was going to explain this to his wife. Eventually, he and Marge fell in love with the Richland area and the friendly people and never wanted to leave. Jerry was involved with Public Health, Radiation Protection, Compliance and Safety but the majority of his work was performed as a health physicist for the Department of Energy where he was involved in the administration of the Hanford Contractor's radiation protection programs. He was a lifelong member of the Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society, serving as president in 1967, and the National Health Physics Society. He was a trustee of the HM Parker Foundation, which provides scholarships, lectures, and preservation of historical artifacts at WSU Tri-Cities. He was the second recipient of the HM Parker award. In 1988, he received the Richland Operation's Office Exceptional Service Award. Jerry was a strong believer in getting regular exercise. Since 1983 he was a devout member of Columbia Basin Racquet Club (CBRC) where he developed many friendships with the members and the staff. "Exercise is the key to life" was his frequent quote. He attended 7638 exercise classes at CBRC and ran thousands of miles. Jerry was always active in community activities including volunteering at the Richland Food Bank and playing the piano for 12 years at Alterra Assisted Living, which is currently Brookdale. He was also the first one to help when assistance was needed. He loved serving others. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Louis and Hannah Yesberger, and all 5 of his siblings. Jerry is survived by his loving wife of over 67 years, Marge, four children: Louie (Connie) Yesberger of Snohomish, John Yesberger of Seattle, Tom (Chan) Yesberger of Edmonds, and Nancy (Mark) McAllister of Richland. He is also survived by 7 grandchildren: Evan (Jordan) Yesberger of Mt Vernon, Eric Yesberger of Snohomish, Shane (Alyssa) McAllister of West Richland, Mari (Jeff) Hansen of Spokane, Kevin McAllister of Seattle, Devon Yesberger of New York, and Priya Yesberger of Edmonds, in addition to, 4 great grandchildren: Haylee, Michael, Hannah, and Jacob Hansen. The family would like to express their gratitude for the exceptional care Jerry received the past few weeks at Brookdale, Kadlec, and Hospice. We also appreciate all the help he received from his many friends, especially the past 4 months. He loved his family and all his friends. Jerry will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him because of his friendly smile, great wit, personality, and willingness to help those in need. He also had a great love of children, music, and dogs. He taught himself to play the piano and the accordion. Viewing will be held at Einan's at Sunset, Tuesday, September 1, 2015 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. A memorial service will be held at Events at Sunset, Wednesday, September 2, 2015 at 11:00 with a light lunch to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Express your thoughts and memories on our online Guestbook at www.einansatsunset.com
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Published in Tri-City Herald from Aug. 30 to Aug. 31, 2015

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DAVIDSON, JAMES ANTHONY - Richland  
JAMES ANTHONY DAVIDSON Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home James Anthony Davidson, 55, of Richland, passed away on August 26, 2015 in Richland, Washington. He was born on October 17, 1959 to Bernice Kroll and James Davidson in Pasco, Washington. James graduated from Pasco High School. He married Petra Garza in 1981 and they raised a wonderful family together. He always said his greatest accomplishment in life was his family. He was proud to be a father of wonderful children and has al ways loved Petra. He worked as a patrol officer at Hanford. James loved fishing and hunting with his friends. He enjoyed working on computers and playing computer games with James, his eldest son. He never once thought about himself, always giving to others and wanting to help everyone. James is survived by his wife, Petra of Richland, his mother, Bernice Kroll of Pasco; sons, James Davidson, III (JJ) of Kennewick, Markus Davidson of Richland; daughters, Amie Davidson of Richland and Melissa Davidson of Kennewick; and 8 grandchildren, Paul, Elora, Aubrey, Jeffrey Junior, Jocelyn, Landon, Bella and Conner. He was preceded in death by his sister, Doniece Kroll. Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 4, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Gage Chapel in Richland. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com .
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Aug. 30, 2015
GUSSENHOVEN, JERE EVANSON  
JERE EVANSON GUSSENHOVEN Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home On August 23rd, 2015 Jesus embraced an absolute angel into his loving arms and gave her breath again. Jere was the most loving and understanding mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend to all she touched and is survived by her three siblings: Judi (Clark) McKay, Jill (Richard) Lusk and James Rockwell; her seven children, Don Evanson, Rob (Lois) Evanson, Mike Evanson, Jodi (Chad) Witt, Lori Gussenhoven, Lisa Gussenhoven, and David (Jessica) Gussenhoven; along with countless grand and great-grandchildren. Jere is preceded in death by her parents Col. Lloyd Rockwell, Lois (Lt. Col. Charlie) Uglum and half-sister, Lois Koch. She loved having family over for BBQ's and Holiday gatherings, as well as the California Beach. She was a Mariners fan and love crocheting afghans for all her family members. She made sure everyone had at least one blanket and others can be found all over her home. Bowling was a sport that she loved to participate in and watch. She had many wonderful memories from her years of bowling, where she worked at Oakdell Egg farms until retirement, and all of the magnificent people that touched her life. A Rosary will be held in her honor on Sunday, August 30th at 5:00 pm, viewing from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral home, 1401 S. Union Street, Kennewick. Mass will be held Monday, August 31st at 1:00 pm at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 520 S. Garfield St., Kennewick. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com .
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Published in Tri-City Herald from Aug. 26 to Aug. 30, 2015
MAASEN, MILDRED ARNEL "CUNNINGHAM (MILLIE)  
MILDRED ARNELL 'CUNNINGHAM' MAASEN (MILLIE) Mildred Arnell 'Cunningham' Maasen (Millie) left this world August 23 2015 in Kennewick Wa. surrounded by her loving family. Millie as she was known to her friends and Nell to her brother and sisters was born May 26, 1932 to Thelma and Felix Galloway in Bradford TN. Millie spent her formative years growing up in Detroit Michigan where she met the love of her life John 'Curly' Cunningham. They moved to Kennewick in 1960 where together they raised four children. After raising her children, Millie at age 43 rejoined the workforce at Kadlec Medical Center where she continued to work until her retirement in 2007 at the age of 75 ( Very impressive). After the Passing of her first husband in 1983, Millie met and married John Maasen. They were married until his passing in July of 1996. Millie loved country music, her dog and loyal companion Charlie and traveling to visit her daughter in San Diego but most of all Millie loved her family and family gatherings. You could see the pride and joy she had when all her children, grandchildren and great-grand children were together. Millie was loved by all who knew her and loved all unconditionally. There was always a place at her table for someone who needed a meal or just a friend. She will be greatly missed but Mom is where she always was, in our hearts. Millie is survived by her children Thomas (Kimarie) Cunningham of Kennewick WA, Miriam (George) Brewster of San Diego CA, David (Kellie O'Neill) Cunningham of Kennewick WA and John Cunningham of Renton WA. Her siblings Lee (Joy) Bandy of Morgantown PA, Betty (Rick) Ensley of Clinton Township MI and Renee Solomon of Brownstown MI, Grandchildren Lisa, Stefanie, Jevin, Candace, Richard, David, Jade and Ashley and Great-grand children Anthony, Mason, Aaliyah, Zoe, Luca, Ethan and soon to be born Matthew. She is also survived by many Nieces, Nephews, Aunts, Uncles and Cousins all of whom she loved very much. She is proceeded in death by her parents Thelma and Al Laurain, husband John 'Curly' Cunningham, 2nd Husband John Maasen, Grandsons Matthew Cunningham, Samuel Cunningham, and her dog Lucky Bucks. A memorial service for our beloved mom will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers make a donation to your favorite charity in Millie's name.
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Aug. 30, 2015
MCCOLLEY, MELVIN R.  
MELVIN R. MCCOLLEY Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home Melvin R. McColley, age 76, was born June 18, 1939 in Cortez, Colorado and passed away August 17, 2015 in Federal Way, Washington. Melvin moved to the Tri-Cities in 1943 and lived most of his life there until he and his wife Betty moved to Herm-iston, Oregon, in 1993. Melvin graduated from Kenn-ewick High School in 1957 and attended Columbia Basin College for two years. He was preceded in death by his parents Hugh and Eunice, his wife Betty, and one step-daughter Kathy. He is survived by his sister Joyce, brother Ernie and children Joyce, Sheila, Kent (Janie), Loren (Renita), nephew Ray (JoAnn), 11 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren and 1 aunt; step-daughters Starlene, Sherri (Cable), Shannon (Dave), and Kim, 13 step-grandchildren, 27 step-great-grandchildren, and 9 step-great-great-grandchildren, and many loving cousins. Melvin retired from Chevron Chemical after 28 years, nurtured a life-long love of horses, and enjoyed raising miniature dachshunds and other animals. In the last years of his life, Melvin expressed his thankfulness for time and opportunity to recommit his life to God, and, again, enjoyed the fellowship of God's people. Memorial services will be held Saturday, September 5, 2015, 11:00 a.m., at Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home, 1401 S. Union Street, Kennewick. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com .
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Aug. 30, 2015
PETERSEN, ARLENE LOUISE HELLENBERG  
ARLENE LOUISE HELLENBERG PETERSEN January 26, 1923 August 20, 2015 Einan;s Funeral Home Arlene was born on January 26, 1923 to Fern (Keillor) Hellenberg and Carl Hellenberg in Highland Park, Michigan. This was a small middle class enclave surrounded by the city of Detroit with the best public school system she ever encountered. At 14 the family moved to Detroit where she graduated from Redford High School in Jan. of 1940. She went on to the University of Michigan, graduating in Jan. of 1944 with a BS degree in Zoology. It was there that she met Max Petersen who had come East from Idaho to get a degree in engineering. In June of 1944 Max was accepted in the U.S. Navy with a month's leave before reporting for OCS. This led to a week's planning for a wartime wedding and Max's opportunity to introduce Arlene to the West. Before her marriage she had never been further west than Chicago. Before that first year was out she had been to Idaho, New York state, Florida and California which engendered a lifelong love of traveling. With Max's discharge from the Navy they returned to Michigan until Max heard of jobs available at Hanford , Washington, next door to his beloved Idaho. He accepted a job there and they moved to Richland. Arlene arrived on her 25th birthday to a country with brown earth, brown weeds, no trees, a big brown river and lots of brown dust. It was a good move. Things got greener. Everybody was new and friendly. After a couple of years in an apartment they were assigned an E house where she lived for 65 years. Their lives were enriched by their children, Chris, Marc and Lee Anne. Max loved the fishing and hunting available and Arlene filled her life with children, home, church and volunteer work. After the children were grown she went to work for the A.E.C., later ERDA, and still later D.O.E. She filled her life with her family, volunteering to sew for the Kadlec Auxiliary, playing bridge as often as possible and continuing her education at CBC with classes that interested her and satisfied her lifelong love of learning. She was a P.E.O. for xxx years. Her love of travel was fed by trips to every continent but Antarctica and most parts of the U.S.A. She also enjoyed books, participation in her church and sewing. Her greatest satisfaction in life was in raising loving, responsible children She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Max and son Marc. She is survived by her son, Chris Petersen and wife Nancy, daughter, Lee Anne Petersen-Walker and husband Barry Walker, and her grandchildren, Wendy Petersen and husband Verni Jogaratnam, Eric and Travis. A Celebration of Arlene's Life will be held at Shalom UCC Church Monday, September 14th at 1:00 pm, with a reception following. Memorials can be made to The Tri-Cities Chaplaincy Hospice and Shalom United Church of Christ. Express your thoughts and memories on our online Guestbook at www.einansatsunset.com
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Published in Tri-City Herald from Aug. 29 to Aug. 30, 2015
ROKKAN, ELLEN E.  
ELLEN E. ROKKAN Einan's at Sunset A unique presence has fulfilled her moments among us. On Tuesday afternoon of August 25, 2015, Ellen Rokkan completed a memorable and richly instructive chapter of her existence, departing to far grander, kinder spheres. Born into poverty January 25, 1926, in Seattle, and presented for adoption, she was granted a better entry into life by a caring woman from Pasco, Washington, who had always wanted a daughter. At six days of age, Ellen became the much adored child of Ethel and Leroy Tabor, who had two grown sons, Archie and Gene. In the early 1980s, Ellen discovered and made contact with her surviving birth family. From that she came to enjoy a fond relationship with her niece Susan Hemmer, daughter of Ellen's older biological brother Robert Race. Under the careful guidance of her adoptive mother and father, Ellen's native talents blossomed into multiple forms of dance, scholarly and leadership achievements, and an admirable work ethic, one of her life-long signature traits. In the eighth grade, she met a handsome older boy from Kennewick, Bill "Rocky" Rokkan. Through the next several years, they dated steadily but for minor hiatuses, for they were destined for one another. On October 20, 1944, she married Bill in Washington, D.C., after traveling three days by train from Pasco, in answer to his romantic request to marry. At the time, Bill, a Navy officer and highly skilled pilot, was stationed at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Soon after their marriage, Ellen found administrative work in the Congressional offices of U.S. Senator Henry Styles Bridges, of Maine. Following the cessation of World War II, Ellen and Bill moved to Richland to make their home, have and raise their children, and fashion their careers. The majority of Bill's working life was devoted to the U.S. Department of Energy Hanford Site Safeguards and Security Division, from which he retired in 1980. After a much needed period of rest, he stretched his career another nine years with a major Hanford contractor. Ellen held numerous fascinating and fulfilling jobs. She became a talented florist, accomplished window designer at Columbia Center Mall, proficient in the pharmacy world (this valuable education beginning at age 15 when employed at a pharmacy in Pasco), successful sales lead and jewelry artisan at notable jewelry stores, and tireless volunteer at Kadlec Hospital, where for a lengthy period she administered the Candy Striper organization while serving multiple years as president of the Washington State Hospital Auxiliary. She always strove to better herself and others with whom and wherever she worked, as well as to innovate and improve the manner by which organizations operated. Were the circumstances of her early life different, it is not outlandish to envision her managing major companies, for she was fiercely loyal and committed to the businesses that employed her, unafraid to smartly direct and ambitiously and efficiently organize their activities as such occasions arose for her to exert her attributes. Ellen and Bill were gifted with three children. Tragically, their firstborn, Jan Elaine, lived only a week after her premature birth June 1, 1945. Two boys followed. First, George Sigfried in 1948, and then Donald James, 1949. George, an architect and accomplished USDOE project engineer in Richland, passed at the young age of 42 in 1991. Bill passed in 1999. Donald orchestrated the care for Ellen until she chose to be with her beloved daughter, cherished older son, and sweetheart husband. It is a likely truism that all who related with Ellen for even a few moments, experiencing her distinctly vigorous personality as well as her evident high intelligence, will find it impossible to forget her. It is further true that being a child of adoption in the Great Depression, witnessing the horrors of a world war, losing two of her children, enduring her own severe medical challenges in her prime, and weathering the sudden departure of her dear companion, of years more than their 54 of marriage, exacted an anguishing toll on Ellen's emotions. And yet, near the completion of her human sojourn, the brighter, child-like, more ethereal aspects of her deeper soul re-emerged, dismantling defensive instincts acquired through myriad personal trials of mental trauma and survival. A sweet example of this transformation is that even though she always deeply loved her two granddaughters, Keila and Lainey, that love grew softer, richer, as she more frequently expressed her thoughts of high esteem for them and ardent wishes for their well-being. As her body was failing, soul mending also manifested, especially with her younger son. Prior to her extraordinary voyage away from this common realm, she laid aside, as pointless and peace-robbing, chronic and mostly empty fears and their consequent anxieties this often harsh life cruelly etches on the inner essence of the vulnerable. Our hope is that when she leisurely surveys her exploits here, she will be gladdened that despite the struggles and setbacks, it was a grand life, replete with innumerable successes and joy-filled moments a life suitable exactly for her and what she needed to feel, learn, and know, and that she imparted to many the indelible effects and memories of her loyalty, generosity, and love. Ellen's immediate family will gather privately to speak well and lovingly of her.
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Aug. 30, 2015
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