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Lorna Ann (Guyer) Verstegen

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Lorna Ann (Guyer) Verstegen

January 23, 1953 ~ August 12, 2014

Lorna Ann (Guyer) Verstegen died on August 12, 2014, after a brief struggle with cancer. She was born January 23, 1953, in Omak, WA, to Loren and Alberta (Ritz) Guyer. Lorna graduated from Omak High School in 1971. She attended Wenatchee Valley College, earning her CNA. She loved working in the nursing field. She was employed at Colonial Vista for several years. She returned to Omak to be near family. She worked at Mid-Valley Hospital, until poor health required her retirement.

She is survived by her son, Brodie Verstegen; mother, Alberta Guyer; brother, Cal Guyer; grandsons, Brison Verstegen and Ned Shiflett; and also extended family, Rod and Ginger Verstegen, Rachel Worster, and Terri Shiflett; and lifelong friend, Diana Jeske. She was preceded in death by father, Loren Guyer; son, Danny Guyer; and granddaughter, Kadience Verstegen.

At her request, No Service is planned. She will rest beside her beloved granddaughter, Kadience. A family Celebration of her Life will be at a later date.

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