Ryan, 37, is survived by parents, James Choate and Connie and Greg Blum; sisters, Trista and Jeff Chilson, and Candice and Marcus Winston; brother, Daryl McCoy; granddad, Clarence Moon; and numerous aunts and uncles. He was a "favorite" cousin to numerous cousins; and was Uncle to Noah, Ben, Katie and Preston. Member of IBEW local 191.
Christopher Wayne Taylor, 38, left us Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Chris, as most people called him, was born June 26, 1976, in Spokane, WA. Chris worked in Carpentry. He liked to read and write, enjoyed the outdoors and was passionate in his last years in his faith with Jesus. His presence will always be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Anna Marie Shaw, 78, of Brewster, WA, left this earth peacefully, at her home surrounded by her loved ones on Wednesday, October 15, 2014. She was born Anna Marie Hammons on April 23, 1936, to Charles and Eula May Hammons in Red Mesa, CO. Anna, one of ten children, migrated with her family in 1942 to the Brewster area, where she remained a lifelong resident. Anna attended school in Brewster. In 1953, Anna married the love of her life, A. Jackson "Jack" Shaw.
Cathy Ann Burdick was born in Bellingham, WA on April 23, 1958, and spent her school days in Wenatchee, WA, graduating in 1976 from Wenatchee High School. Upon graduation, she moved to Sacramento, CA, where she received her degree in graphic design, then moving to Seattle, WA to work for Boeing. Cathy lived life to the fullest.
Ronald Ray Appling was born July 22, 1966, in Tulare, CA to Raymond and Alcenia "Cenie" (Turner) Appling. He passed away on October 22, 2014, in Sand Point, AK, doing what he loved - working on a car. Ron attended grade school in Farmersville and Exeter, CA. The family moved to Quincy, WA in 1979, where he graduated from Quincy High School in 1985. At the age of 16 or 17, Ron started working for Central Chevron in Quincy, where he honed his skills as an auto mechanic.
Juan Guadalupe Martinez was lifted to heaven October 25, 2014. He was born in McAllen, TX on September 15, 1945, to Nasario and Santos Martinez. Juan was a migrant worker during his early years. He met Maria Consuelo Flores in 1963, fell in love and they were married in 1964. To his last day, she was the love of his life. In 1964, Juan and Maria started their own family. Juan worked various jobs and continued to improve the home and quality of life he provided for his family. Eventually, ...