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Obituaries, Death Notices in the April 28, 2016 issue Print E-mail

Raymond Lee Wohlsein, 70

     Raymond Lee Wohlsein, 70, died April 18, 2016 at his Kooskia home of cancer. Raymond was born Oct. 5, 1945 in Wallace, Idaho to Fran and Irene (Beck, Ball) Wohlsein. He was raised in Kooskia with his sister Betty, and brothers Stan and Jerry. Raymond was in the Grangeville Army National Guard and served in 116 Engineering Battalion in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969.4-28-16-ray-wohlsein-obit

     Raymond and his wife Pam have one son, Craig, daughter-in-law, Valerie, and grandchildren, Justin Charland, Shelby Charland and Wyatt Wohlsein.

     Raymond loved to spend time in his shop working on a hot rod or two. He enjoyed the time he had with friends in the Hot Rod Group and friends who would just stop by. Raymond and Pam would look forward to cruise Idaho in one of their hot rods every June.

     Raymond was preceded in death by his parents Fran and Irene; brother Jerry, and brother-in-law Les Squires.

     Raymond is survived by his wife Pam, his son Craig, daughter-in-law Valerie, and grandchildren Justin Charland, Shelby Charland, and Wyatt Wohlsein; sister Betty Squires, and brother Stan (Joyce) Ball.

     Our beloved husband, father, and grandfather will be greatly missed. For all of us who knew him, no one was safe from his sense of humor!

     The family wants to say thank you to everyonewho called him or came to see him before he passed. Special thanks to Hospice and St. Mary’s Hospital Clinics staff and Bob and Dixie at Trenary Funeral Home.

     As per Raymond’s request there will be no services.


Gladys Aileen Ruddick, 86

     Gladys Aileen Ruddick, 86, of Kamiah passed away Saturday, April 23, 2016 at her home. Funeral services were Tuesday, April 26 at Trenary Funeral Home Chapel in Kooskia. Pastor David Hunt officiated.

     Trenary Funeral Home of Kooskia assisted the family.

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