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Obituaries, Death Notices in the February 26, 2015 issue Print E-mail

Dan Allen Doramus, 56

     Dan Allen Doramus, 56, of Stites passed away Feb. 21, 2015 at his home after a short battle with cancer.2-25-15-obit-doramus

     Dan was born April 20, 1958 in Jerome, Idaho to Dwayne and Norma Mackey Doramus. As a child the family moved to Kooskia where Dan grew up and graduated from Clearwater Valley High School March 29, 1980.

     Dan married his soul mate Deana Ulmer at the IOOF Hall in Kooskia. They moved around the state and as they moved their family grew. In 1980 while living in Boise their son Dwayne was born. They moved to Hailey, Idaho and in 1983 their daughter, Desiree was born. The family moved back to Boise.

     Dan and his business partner Kevin Jones operated a sprinkler installation company. He was very proud of the work they did. Dan’s dream of owning and operating his business had to be put to the side in 1996 when his mother became ill and he moved the family home to take care of his mom.

     His children were able to follow in his footsteps and graduate from Clearwater Valley High School. Dan, with Desiree by his side, loved to watch his son wrestle and was able to help coach his son and the other wrestlers. During the sports banquet at the end of the season Dan was able to present a video of the wrestlers during the season.

     Dan was known for his sense of humor and “one liners” that were sure to bring a smile and a laugh. He was proud of his family and especially his wife who he helped with her battle with cancer in 2005. His granddaughter and children meant the world to him.

     Dan had a passion for the outdoors. He loved to fish, camp and spend time with family friends. He was able to fulfill his dream of a 4-wheeler ride.

     Dan is loved and will be missed by all his family and friends. Dan is survived by his wife Deana, son Dwayne (Alexis) of Lewiston, daughter Desiree Doramus (Dave Hofmann) of Lewiston, granddaughter Izabell Doramus of Lewiston, sister Carol (Dennis) Ulery of Lewiston, brother Jerry (Trish) Doramus of Seattle, parents-in-law Lewis and Jean Ulmer of Kooskia, sisters-in-law Christy (Don) Owens of Kooskia, Betty (Donald) Gaeden of Central Point, Ore., and Sandy (Tim) Frisbey of Moscow and several nieces and nephews.

     He was preceded in death by his parents and an older brother.

     Contributions can be made to www.gofundme.com/hyt5ec

     Funeral services were held Feb. 25 at Trenary Funeral Home. Interment followed at Battle Ridge Cemetery.

 

Maxine Mae (Micki) Weeks, 83

     Maxine Mae (Micki) Weeks, 83, of Kooskia, died Feb. 12, 2015, at Syringa Hospital in Grangeville.2-25-15-obit---micki-weeks

     Micki was born Sept. 20, 1931, in Caldwell, Idaho to Charles E. and Sadie A. Lee. Micki graduated from high school in Kooskia in 1949, along with the man she later married.

     After graduation, Micki and her twin sister attended Kinman Business School in Boise.

     Micki and Lyle Weeks were married Sept. 8, 1951 in Columbus, Ga. They were blessed with three sons, Gary L., Steven W., and William L. Weeks. Micki and Lyle had been married 53 years when Lyle passed away in 2004.

     A proficient bowler, Micki belonged to a bowling team, her second family as she referred to them, never missed a game or tournament, and was the recipient of many bowling awards. Micki bowled for over 50 years, never missing a year, until recently, when poor health forced her to put up her bowling ball.

     Micki spent her early adult life working at her parents’ business, the Ida Lee Motel, in Kooskia. She also worked in retail sales in various stores in Kooskia while, at the same time, proudly raising three sons and being very active in their schools.

     She was an active member of the Kooskia First Presbyterian Church and served as Deacon until her death.

     A devoted fan of the Mariners since 1995, Micki seldom missed watching a game, and some favorite memories of hers were her trips to see the Mariners play in Seattle.

     Micki was preceded in death by her husband, Lyle Weeks; her parents, Charles E. and Sadie A. Lee; brothers, John Cheesbrough, Gordon Cheesbrough, Leonard Lee, and Linden Lee; her twin sister Geraldine (Gerry) Denton, and sister, Lucille Miller.

     Micki leaves behind her three sons, Gary (wife Trish) Weeks of Kooskia, Steve W. Weeks, and Bill (wife Linda) Weeks of Lewiston; three grandchildren, Ron Weeks, Tammy Weeks Kivi, and Josh Weeks; and seven great-grandchildren: Brittany Weeks, Haylee Weeks, Rielee Renne’, Kaydence Kivi, Chase Kivi, Lola Mae Weeks, and Elliott Ryan Weeks, and many nieces and nephews.

     Memorial services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 28 at Trenary Funeral Home Chapel in Kooskia. Inurnment will be at Pine Grove Cemetery in Kooskia. A potluck dinner will follow at the Kooskia IOOF Hall. Arrangements have been entrusted to Trenary Funeral Home of Kooskia. The family suggests that memorials be made to the Kooskia Presbyterian Church or the charity of your choice.

 


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