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Delbert Edward England

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<p><em>This obituary previous included incorrect information about the service and the location of one of the survivors. The errors have been corrected in this version.</em></p>

Delbert Edward England, 78, of Wenatchee, died Wednesday, July 17, 2013.
He had lived in Wenatchee since 2004 and had previously lived in Malaga for 31 years. He was a longtime truck driver for various companies and retired from Wenatchee Petroleum. He worked for the Malaga Water District and served as a commissioner. He had also been a lifetime rancher in the Colockum and Malaga area.
Survivors include his wife, Nancy England of Wenatchee; his children, Jerry England of Waterville, Dianna England of Wenatchee and Lori Wisemore of Malaga; and his brothers, Glenn England of Malaga and Roy England of Rendon, Texas.
A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Arrangements are by Neptune Society.

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