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In the fall of 1967, she began working at LCSC, where she taught for 17 years, retiring from there in 1984. Every summer, she, her husband Ray and their three children enjoyed camping trips and vacations on the Oregon and Washington coasts.They also camped and hiked at Wallowa Lake in Oregon, and many years the trips included friends, as well as family.Her career on the other side of the desk began with teaching grades 1-4 at Beacon Seventh-day Adventist School in Lewiston from 1960 to 1962.She taught English at the University of Idaho from 1965 to 1967. She loved to sew and make quilts that she would later donate. His service as a combat veteran during Vietnam was defining for him; he was a fearless and brave Nimiipuu hamaa. Betty was a member of several square dance clubs in Germany and Georgia.He also enjoyed their long-weekend trips and rides with their CVMA family.Manny was a great father and loved each and every one of his children.
Then they moved back to Peck and then to Lewiston in 2014. The last school he attended was Flathead High School which he left after his sophomore year to enlist in the National Guard.Hilda, a survivor of WWII and the Blitz, the 1940-1941 bombing of London, daily remembered her family, friends and the suffering in prayer. Joseph Regional Medical Center, in Lewiston with his family by his side.She kept framed the following words, penned by Minnie Louise Haskins in "The Desert," and quoted by King George VI in his 1939 radio Christmas speech: "I said to the man who stood at the Gate of the Year, 'Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown.' And he replied, 'Go out into the darkness, and put your hand into the Hand of God. He had a strong relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ to guide him on his final journey. He was the second child of 11 brothers and sisters, so there was lots of activity in his family.A celebration of life for Manuel will be held at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Pi-Nee-Waus Community Center, Main Street South, Lapwai. Hilda had a love of learning, as evidenced by her actions after all her children had started school.
7, 2017, after courageously battling health complications. Manny was known to be a hard worker and took pride in the work he did.