Spokane Obituaries

Spokane Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Spokane, WA

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  • 7 hrs ago | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Window washer who fell from downtown library had nea...

    A window washer who died Wednesday after falling five stories from the downtown Spokane Public Library was a business owner with decades of cleaning experience. Paul Eugene Gustafson opened his own north Spokane based window-washing service in 2012 with his wife Susan Gustafson, called Pro-Window Cleaning Inc., according to business license records.

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  • Thursday | via The Review 

    Alice Horner

    Alice Horner, 82, of Lisbon, passed away at 2:11a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 in the emergency room at Salem Regional Medical Center following a recent illness. Ms. Horner was born Dec. 18, 1935 in East Liverpool, a daughter of the late Carl and Sarah Kearns.

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  • Wednesday | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Thomas R Hansen

    He was born in Spokane in 1948 and was a 1966 graduate of Lewis and Clark High School as well as a lifelong resident of Spokane. In 1969, he married his high school sweetheart, Cathleen Carney.

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  • Wednesday | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Clyde Earl Lewis

    He resided in Spokane all but the last years of his life. He graduated from Rogers High School , where he excelled in football and baseball, then went to EWSC and played football and baseball.

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  • Monday Oct 15 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Lois Gockley

    She was born February 20, 1916 in Tolley North Dakota to Carl and Mabel Owenson. She also had one sister Vivian who she remained close to.

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  • Sunday Oct 14 | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Transformation of historic Stowell Drug into mixed-u...

    A major renovation of the historic Stowell Drug and Assay building on West Sprague Avenue in downtown Spokane has completely gutted the two-story building. When complete, the building at 415 and 417 W. Sprague Ave. will have four apartments upstairs and retail tenants on the ground floor.

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  • Thursday Oct 11 | via Harrison News Herald 

    Frederick (Fred) L. Payton

    Fred Payton, age 69, left this earth Oct. 8, 2018, while at home with, Donita, his loving wife of 45 years. Fred was born July 6, 1949 in Steubenville, Ohio and raised in Jewett, Ohio.

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  • Friday Oct 5 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Vernon David Sale

    Vernon David Sale was born October 29, 1931 in Spokane, WA to Clyde Wilmer and Mary Belle Sale. Vern was the baby of the family, joining his 2 brothers and a sister.

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  • Thursday Sep 27 | via KHQ-TV Spokane 

    Landmine found at Moscow Goodwill was training device

    Update: The City of Moscow reported Friday that the device found in donated items Thursday afternoon thought to be a World War II landmine was determined to be a training device and is considered safe. Police and fire officials responded to the Goodwill building around 4:45 p.m. Thursday for a potential bomb concern.

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  • Thursday Sep 27 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Fred Mallory Hutchinson

    Fred was born in Spokane, WA, November 27, 1951, and went home with our Lord Jesus Christ on September 23, 2018 after winning a long battle of cancer. He has had a place in all our hearts and his solid faith made a difference in many lives.

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  • Tuesday Sep 25 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Jacquelyn G. "Jackie" Crowe

    Jackie was born on September 7, 1938 in Spokane, WA. She attended John R. Rogers High School, where she met her future husband, Bruce R. Crowe.

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  • Monday Sep 24 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Tamra Ann Belyea

    She was born October 8, 1957 to Betty and Verl Haddon. She married the love of her life Jeffrey Belyea on August 27, 1977.

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  • Saturday Sep 22 | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Rob Curley: Never mess up the crossword puzzles, a w...

    About 15 years ago, I was talking with a longtime newspaper executive whom I really respected. He was a former editor who worked his way up and through many newsrooms across the country to eventually get to lead his own paper.

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  • Sep 18, 2018 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Richard Lee "Rick" Fleck

    Richard Lee Fleck bids a fond farewell to all his friends and neighbors. Rick merged with the universe and began his new adventure at noon on September 8, 2018 at the age of 69. Rick was born to parents Harold Fleck and Shirley Barton Fleck on August 30, 1949 in Wallace Idaho, shortly before the family moved to Spokane, WA.

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  • Sep 18, 2018 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Nadine C. Emry

    It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and dear friend. Nadine was born October 12, 1934 in Spokane, Washington, to Clifford and Josephine Renault.

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  • Sep 18, 2018 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    Mary L. Farnsworth

    She has loved for 97 years -- God, her family, her church family, neighbors, the world. She was generous with her heart and her time.

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  • Sep 17, 2018 | via KXLY-TV Spokane 

    John "Jack" L. Hordemann

    He was born on February 24, 1931 in Moscow, ID to Ernest and Lexie Hordemann, and spent his early childhood and first two school years on the family farm near Genessee, ID. In 1939 he moved to Spokane with his parents and two younger brothers.

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  • Sep 13, 2018 | via Char-Koosta News 

    Eva Mae Walker

    Eva Mae Walker died peacefully in her sleep with her family surrounding her. Eva was born on March 7, 1928, in Kellogg, Idaho, to Robert Louis Ashley and Florence Luella Ashley.

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  • Sep 13, 2018 | via Wenatchee World 

    Vivian (Davis) Moore

    In the evening of August 17, 2018, Vivian passed away peacefully in her sleep from natural causes at Fairwood Retirement Village in Spokane, . She was the second child and only daughter of Wilma H. and Roy A. Davis.

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  • Sep 11, 2018 | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Rally draws activists, relatives of inmates who died...

    That's how Monica Moore introduced herself to a throng of demonstrators Tuesday evening. Her cousin, Lorenzo Hayes, choked on his vomit while corrections officers restrained him in the jail's booking area in May 2015, prompting lawsuits against the city and county.

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