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She loved to read them books, do craft projects, and make cookies together, among countless other fun activities.
She was a stay at home mom for several years, but then took a job at the Pierce Library as a librarian.
He is survived by wife, Sherryl; son, Tony of Athol; daughter, Julie of Pullman, WA; son, Mark (Gwen) of Peck; and Jamie (Brandon) Cunningham of Clarkston.
Lee loved his 12 grandkids and 15 great-grandkids and always looked forward to sausage-making time.
He would entertain the great-grandkids while everyone else worked.
Nancy Lynn (Hook) Johnstun, our loving wife, mother, and grammy of Weippe, Idaho passed away on Oct.
A lot of good memories and lifelong friends were made during her school years at the Cavendish-Teakean country grade school, and junior high and high school in Orofino. Debbie is survived by her husband, Norman; sons, Jordyn and Jarryt; her mother, Carrol Frederiksen; a brother, Ron Frederiksen of Monroe, WA; a half-sister Jo Frederiksen of The Woodlands, TX; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews whom she loved very much.
Ed was born at home to Harry and Beatrice Hudson on Dec.15, 1936 at Grangemont and graduated from Orofino High School in 1955.
Nancy is survived by her husband Jerry of Weippe; son, Matt (Amanda) of Coeur d'Alene; son, Kyle (Jessica) of Lewiston. They started their family home in Phoenix, AZ, where their only son, Mark was born in 1957.
She is also survived by her beautiful grandchildren, Shylei, Jayce, Owen, and one to be born in March 2018; mother, Phyllis Hook of Valley City; sisters, Cyndi (Mike) Malsam of Valley City and Lori (Brian) Heath of Valley City; last but not least many countless nieces, nephews, and close friends. They moved to Orofino in 1961 and had a ranch on the North Fork of the Clearwater River and later on Huckleberry Butte where they lived until 1987 when they moved to downtown Orofino.
She was preceded in death by her father, Loyd Hook; and sister, Janel Bzdok. She loved going to Jackpot, NV, and Las Vegas, NV, with her sisters, camping with Cal, bowling and gardening, both flowers and vegetables.
The family wishes to extend their heartfelt thanks to all the staff of the Kootenai Cancer Center, Kootenai Health Emergency Department, and the Kootenai Health Oncology Hospice wing for all of their loving care and compassion. Edna worked as a dietary cook at Clearwater Valley Hospital until her retirement in 1990.
She will be remembered as compassionate, caring, and always putting others before herself.