Bruce Kintschi

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KINTSCHI,
Bruce Richard

3/5/1934 - 4/1/2011

Bruce Richard Kintschi, 77, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 1st after surviving a bout with cancer in 2008. He was born March 5th, 1934 in Spokane, Washington and graduated from Edwall High School in 1952. After serving in the Army, Bruce returned to Edwall to work at the Grain Growers; he was a long-time resident of Lincoln County, farming his parents homestead in Edwall, WA. He moved to Spokane taking on a new career, where he transported grains, legumes, and fertilizer. After retiring, Bruce moved to Davenport and eventually settled in Clarkston. Bruce was a loving father, grandfather, and brother. He was a member of the Edwall Lions Club, the Masonic Lodge, and also served on the Edwall School Board. Bruce will be remembered by his children for his unwavering support of their athletic and academic endeavors and his love of competition! Bruce was preceded in death by his parents, Christian and Jean; his brother, Robert; and his sister, Elizabeth McCarty. He is survived by his sister, Dorothy Braun; his six children, Troy (Tawnya) Rux, Janet (Eric) Bogle, Joe (Beth) Kintschi, Susie Harwood, Margie (Brian) Denton, Jackie (Jesse) Allen; his sixteen grandchildren, Aaron, Adam Jr. (Tiffany), Josh, Chris, Kenan, Hailey, Nathan, Jourdan, Riley, Corbin, Jaxson, Abby, Jenna, Phoebe, Simeon, and Elizabeth; and his four great-grandchildren, Ivan, Liam, Eoin, and Emme Jo; and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service to celebrate Bruce's life will be held at Riverside Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 7th, 2011. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Corrina Felker's Drive Fore Cancer Fund, P.O. Box 55, Almira, WA 99103-0055.

Published in Spokesman-Review from Apr. 5 to Apr. 6, 2011
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