Raymond M. Regan Sr. passed away August 17, 2014, after a long battle with cancer. He was born in Wenatchee, WA to John and Florence Regan on August 23, 1930. Ray had three brothers and two sisters. Ray is survived by his brother, Lenard Regan; and sister, Barbra (Rollie) Smitten.
Eunice "Marie" Tipton went to be with the lord the morning of August 28, 2014, in Seaside, OR, where she had lived this past year with the caring staff and friends at Necanicum Village. Her daughter, Linda and granddaughter, Shane were by her side. Marie was born February 10, 1928, to Mary (Denison) and Harvey Hicks in Idabel, OK. She was the eldest of four children born into a farming family.
Morris V. West, 88, passed away September 6, 2014, of heart complications, at his Wenatchee home surrounded by love. He was born to Walter and Irma West in Seminole, TX. The family moved to New Mexico and then California in 1942. He was inducted into the Navy in May 1944. Morris was a Labor Contractor at various farming jobs in California. He married Maxine Durham in 1946, and they had three children.
During the past eight years with Alzheimer's disease, Cal was patiently cared for by his loving wife, Amy Jean Anderson Moss. They met when Cal was stationed in Bremerton, WA with the U.S. Navy and were married July 8, 1949. They shared their 65th Wedding Anniversary earlier this year with friends and family.
Beverly Ann (Begley) Shove, 77, formerly of Omak, WA, passed away on September 4, 2014, in Spokane, WA. Bev was born in Okanogan, WA on June 28, 1937. She was the middle child of Elbert and Leona Begley. Bev attended Christ the King Catholic School in Omak. She moved to Spokane during high school, where she graduated from Marycliff High School in 1956. Bev moved back to Omak and married Raymond Shove on September 1, 1956.
Dois D. Austin, 78, a 65 year Wenatchee, WA resident, passed away on Friday, July 25, 2014, at Central Washington Hospital. He was born on September 25, 1935, at Dierks, AR to the late Albert and Essie (Kesterson) Austin. At the age of 14, his family left Dierks for Wenatchee, WA. He attended Wenatchee High School and following graduation, he went to work at Milo Mills Nursery.