22, 1943, in Orofino, to Jess Edward and Dorothy Wilson Swatman.She grew up in Orofino and went to school with the class of 1961.The entire family was active in skiing at the Bald Mountain ski area. In 1968, they moved to Weippe, where they owned and operated a gas station and garage. Millie was a member of the Banana Belt Fiddlers, the Washington Old-Time Fiddlers and the Down Home Music Makers. Millie is survived by her three sons, Bill (Marlene) of Weippe, Dennis (Judy) of Pierce and Gene (Cheri) of Lewiston.
For decades and as long as his health allowed, Brian was a devoted and active member of St. He was also a member and leader in many organizations including the Lion's Club; VFW Post 3296 where he served as chaplain for several years; Knights of Columbus and past president of the Clearwater Historical Society. While Brian enjoyed all of his service activities, his hobbies and lifelong friends brought him particular joy.Brian was an avid bowler, fisherman and he and Marie loved camping with their friends.He also was a very competitive master card player, playing double deck pinochle, poker and old poop.Cookie and our little brother, Jeffrey Squires, were welcomed by all to the family in 1981, when Jeff was 8 years old. June 9 at the Kooskia Community Center (covered-dish).She then graduated from the Lewis-Clark Business College and began working in a Lewiston bank. She enjoyed playing cards and keeping up with her friends and many family members.
Wink is survived by her children, Mick and Mary Farrell, Ron Farrell and Karen and Justin Bolen; as well as, seven grandchildren, Michael Farrell, Shelley Bradly, Dan Farrell, Steve Farrell, Rob Farrell, Graeson Bolen and Dyllan Bolen; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Ed is survived by his wife of 42 years, Diane Driskill; his sister, Dee Driskill, and her husband, Peter, of Gig Harbor, WA; his brother, Darrell (Charlene) Driskill of Arvada, Colo.
CO; and his son, Ed (Kelly) of Moscow, and their four children, Ava, Jack, Jemma and Henry.
Her older sister, Dolly, was supposed to be in charge of her, but usually didn't know she was gone until after she'd jumped the train to Headquarters. They were a pair, spending their lives making memories with no regrets. Whether she was camping, fishing, riding motorcycles and four-wheelers or just floating the river with family and friends, she enjoyed being outdoors.
She met Clair in a Kamiah dance hall through a mutual friend, Jack Adams. Always an antagonist, Janni never turned down a chance to win a good argument with him, even if she knew she was wrong. She loved her family, but really loved being a grandmother.
Ed had numerous outdoor hobbies, including hunting, fishing and camping.