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Elzy “Pete” Wimberly

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Elzy “Pete” Wimberly

June 28, 1941 ~ October 2, 2013

Elzy “Pete” Wimberly, 72, longtime Quincy, WA resident died in his home, Wednesday October 2, 2013. He was born June 28, 1941 in Oden, AR to Berley Wimberly and Alma Mae (Loucks) Wimberly. Pete moved to Bakersfield, CA at age nine, then moved to Oroville, CA at age twelve. He married Doris J. Rich on July 8, 1959 in Reno, NV. In 1975, they moved to Quincy, WA, where he worked for Lamb Weston for 14 years. He then worked as an orchardist. Pete loved hunting, fishing, riding horseback, story-telling and especially hanging out with his dear family. He was a member of the Teamsters Union, Pentecostal Church of God and Faith Community Church.

Pete is survived by his dear wife, Doris J. Wimberly of Quincy, WA; daughter, Cheryl and husband Matthew Bailey of Moses Lake, WA; two granddaughters, Misty Boon of Cashmere, WA and Rebekah and husband Joshua Laney of Ephrata, WA; grandson, Charles Day of Filer, ID; three great-granddaughters, Madison and Maycie Boon of Cashmere, WA and Avery Laney of Ephrata, WA; and several siblings, nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Kimberly; and son, Steven.

Memorial Services are pending and will be announced when scheduled. Please share your memories of Pete and sign the online guest register at Arrangements are in care of Carver Family Funeral Home, Moses Lake.

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