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Floyd T. Norris, 90

May 20, 2013

Floyd Thomas Norris, 90, a longtime resident of Springdale, passed away at his home on May 12, 2013. Floyd was born on April 30, 1923, in Valley, Wash., to Oscar and Florence (Evans) Norris.
Floyd graduated as valedictorian from Springdale High School in 1941. After graduation, he spent two years working for the railroad before joining the U.S. Army in 1943. Floyd served as a combat engineer in the South Pacific and Japan and completed his service in 1946.

Lynn Holcomb, 68

May 20, 2013

Lynn Holcomb, longtime Deer Park resident, has died at the age of 68.
He was born on Nov. 2, 1944 in Spokane to Elmer and Isabelle Holcomb, who farmed north of Deer Park. The family moved briefly to California before returning to live in Clayton. There, Lynn attended grade school.
He attended Deer Park High School before enlisting in the United States Army. He served from 1968 to 1974, including one tour in Germany and two in Vietnam. He served a further six years in the National Guard.
Lynn worked briefly in the mines at Wallace, Idaho, and in a veneer plant at Ford.

Donald M. Stapleton, 64

May 20, 2013

Donald Michael Stapleton, age 64, passed away from an unknown brain tumor surrounded by his adoring family on May 14, 2013.
Don was born the fourth of seven children on May 30, 1948, to Warren and Marjorie Stapleton in Spokane. He graduated from Riverside High school in 1968.
Don's family always came first. He would drop everything to help anyone in need. He loved riding his Honda Goldwing.
He worked for Lakeside Asphalt for over 35 years.

Kaye E. Roalson, 79

May 20, 2013

Kaye passed away peacefully on May 14, 2013, while surrounded by her loving family in her Pateros, Wash., home. The song “In the Garden” was being played by guitar and sung to her as she slipped gently into Jesus’ loving arms.
Kaye was raised in Coulee City, Wash., by her parents, the late Robert and Hilda Bise. Kaye also raised her own children in Coulee City.
Kaye ran the Reservoir Café and then was a clerk at the Coulee City Post Office.
In 1975, Kaye moved to the Deer Park area to be the postmaster at the Clayton Post Office.

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