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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Justin Schutte

In Memorium



May 12, 1979 - Sep 27, 2008

I Miss your Laugh and your Smile. I miss your Hugs and our Talks. I miss the sound of your Voice and the way your said my name I miss you Justin Love Always and Forever Mom & Dad Josh & Chelsea

Always in our thoughts & hearts. Missing you dearly.

Love, Mum, Dad, Jody, Stephen & the cats

In loving memory of

In Loving Memory of

Jo-Ann Michele Power

Smokey Trumbley

Oct. 6, 1964 - Sept. 24, 2004

1922 - 2008

So sadly missed deeply loved and always remembered.

May the winds of love blow softly and whisper so you hear We will always love and miss you and wish you were still here.

Mom & Dad, Robert and Lisa, Andrea and Cliff

Always in our hearts, your family

Chris Huculak

December 13, 1947 - September 27, 2008


Every day that goes by has a special little “Moment” that reminds us how much we miss you and how much you loved us. Always in our hearts, Your Girls:

Patti, Heather, Jenn, Pamela and Katie

In Memoriam

In Memoriam




In Loving Memory

Wanda (Winn) Miller May 24, 1925 - Sept 26, 2005

Sadly missed along life’s way Quietly remembered every day. No longer in our life to share but in our hearts, Mom, you are always there. Loved & Remembered Always Bonnie, Jim & Family Joyce, Norm & Family



YAKIMA, WA – Our beloved mother, Thelma May (Clark) Draper passed away on Saturday, September 17, 2011 with her daughter, Patricia, at her side. Mom was born March 21st, 1917 in Enderby, BriƟsh Columbia, Canada, to Louis Lester and Clara May (Bailey) Clark, a proud descendant of a long line of pioneers to North America, the PaciĮc NW, and the Okanogan Valley of BriƟsh Columbia. In her early 20’s she worked at Vernon Jubilee Hospital in Vernon, B.C. Mom joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941 and served throughout WWII.



It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Carl Victor Thomas on September 15th at Hospice House in Vernon. He was predeceased by his parents, Vern and Opal, his sister and brother in-law, Elsie and Ralph Ovens, and his brother, Al. He is survived by his wife Carol; their children, Darryl (Tanya) Thomas, Dwayne (Tamara) Thomas, Kerry (Paul) Hunter, Lauralee Thomas; and his grandchildren, Justine, Mackenzie, Cameron, Michael and Tyler. Carl was born in Saskatchewan and came to BC at an early age with his parents. He was an avid outdoorsman, collector of model trains, and musician. The family would like to thank all the caring staff at Hospice House, who made Carl’s final days as comfortable as possible. A short Celebration of Life will be held at 7:00pm on Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at the Elk’s Hall, 3103 30th St. Donations may be made to the North Okanagan Hospice Society.

In 1948 she met our father, Hubert H. Draper, Sr. The following year, aŌer Įnishing her nursing educaƟon, she and Dad were married and she moved to Stockton, CA. Eventually moving to Sedro Woolley, WA, Mom became a very proud naturalized ciƟzen of the United States. Mom worked at Northern State Hospital in Sedro Woolley unƟl 1973 then relocated to Selah, WA where she reƟred from service at Yakima Valley School in 1980. She was kind, generous, saw the best in everyone and was tough as nails. She was a great and courageous lady who lived her life quietly and without fanfare. Mom, you are truly an outstanding example of THE GREATEST GENERATION! We are so very proud of you and will miss you dearly. Mom was preceded in death by our father in 1988; her parents and brothers Earl and Edwin Clark and sisters Blanche Arnold and Ella Lavery; step-children Hubert H. Draper, Jr. and Maxine Messick; and an infant granddaughter, Stephanie Ann Murray. She is survived by her 5 children: Preston Draper, Seoul, S. Korea; Patricia Murray (Craig Huntley), Selah, WA; Patrick (Celeste) Draper, Riverside, CA; Perry (ScarleƩ) Draper, Menifee, CA; and Clara (Les) Bunch, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Bob (Monica) Messick, Chuck (Debbie) Messick, & Mike Messick, and their children and grandchildren, all of California; Britni (Steve) Brozo, Salt Lake City, UT; Mary (Zane) Dale, and Meghan Murray, of Yakima and Erin Murray of Portland ,OR; Ross Draper, U.S. Army, Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; Arthur Draper, St. Petersburg, FL; Jason Draper, SeaƩle, WA; Rikki (Dale) Davis, CarnaƟon, WA; Solomon and CapƟva Draper, Riverside, CA; and Steph Heckman, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Step-grandchildren Jordan, Kaitlyn, and Taylor Duīy, and great –grandchildren: Layne Sires, Logan and Luke Dale, Natalie Davis and Olivia Draper. She is also survived by many wonderful nieces and nephews Funeral services will be at noon Oct. 5 at the Church of Jesus Christ of LaƩer-day Saints in Selah,WA. Burial will follow in West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima, WA. Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, WA.

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Vernon Morning Star Sept 25, 2011


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