MEMORIALS

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2020

Don Baer

Elizabeth (Libby) Noland

Erlne Graybill

2019

Larry Evans

Bertha Roberts Periman

Shana Berry

Eilene Adams

Hugo Horn

Curtis John Peart

Robert Miller

June Marra

2018

Mark Evans

William Fansler

Thaine Maelzer

Lois Pywell

Keith Unruh

Julie Theel

2017

Esther M. Malmstrom

Peggy Culver

DanRinos

Joe Schwartzenberg

Gary Thomas

2016

Wilma Bachman

Kenneth Culver

Joseph Ronnebaum

Willard Madsen

Margaret Davisson

Thomas Lightfoot

Timothy "Timo" Owens

Adrian Bagby

Mildred Plummer

Joe Schwerzenberger

Gary Thomas

2015

Margaret Ayers

Adrian Bagby

Bill Collier

Rita Goetzinger

John Hawkins

Alice Honas

Shirley Hottle Johnson

Martha Joyce

Francis Joeseph “Bud” Leiker

Clara McCabe

Timothy “Timo” Owens

Laura Ripley

Howard Shearer Jr.

Dennis Wernimont

2014

Douglas Bahl

Norman Bauman

Edna Cervantes

Leone Edmondson

John (Jack) Hawkins

Mark Montee

Gary Thomas

Laura Crabb White

2013

Elmer Bowers

Eva Bumpers

Maxine Chapin-Mortensen

John Fatticci

Mary Grove

Glenda Haefner

Chelsea Kelly

JoAnne Lightfoot

LaVerna Randall

Charles Smith

2012

Rowena Arnold

Chuck Baird

Neal Barker

Jeff Brooks

Barbara Dike

O.M. Elliot

Joan Finnerty-Hanson

Susan Gordon

Deanna Jackson

Dorothy Jenks

Kylee Mader

Effie Miller

Charles Willis

2011

Willis Biggerstaff

Keith Dillon

Merl Hesser

Roy Huggins

Marian Japins

Kim McEnulty

Bernece Milner

Richard Pertz

John Sailer

2010

Mary Jones

Arden MacDowell

Betty Rentschler

Helen Schwarzenberger

Kathleen Finn

Robert Fisher

Mary Lou Garton

Vera Nugen

Howard Payne

William (Bill) Wingfield

2009

2008

Susie Ayers

Richard Bowles

Philip Graybill

Rudy Haefner

Rhonda Montee

Carl Munz

Ruby Munz

Richard Scott

2007

Alma MacDowell

Hilda Medlock

John Mog

Mary Rife

Luther “Dummy” Taylor

2006

Anton Japins

Grace Price

Stanley Roth, Sr.

Herbert Shuey

Joseph Hodnik

Ruth Nester

Charles Nugen

Peggy Randall

Robert Stimec

Margaret Wigger

2005

2004

Elizabeth Baird

Dorothy Barton

Johnny Chestnut

Dorothy Hyde

LaVera Last

James Randall

Shell Whitaker

2003

May Curtis

Vivian Dillon

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