hughes james gregoryJ. Gregory (Hugo) Hughes, 54 of Pendleton, OR, formerly of Elkhart passed away, Saturday, April 4, 2015 in Pendleton.

Greg was born on Aug. 11, 1960 in Elkhart to Mary Ellen Hughes and the late Wilfred G. Hughes. He was a loving father to two children, son, Justin Hughes and daughter, Jessica (Cedric) Rainey. He is survived by three siblings, Sybil (Steve) Dygert, Jason (Joann) Hughes and Marty Hughes. He is also survived by his former wife and mother to his children, Judy Ewald. Greg graduated from Elkhart Memorial High School and worked for Keystone RV since 2009 in Pendleton. He was an outgoing,

ronhafsosRonald K. Hafsos, 74, died at his home in Selah on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Ron was born in Yakima, Washington on December 29, 1940 to Russell Kenneth and Helen Fay (Davis) Hafsos and attended West Valley High School. Ron worked for Sunfair Chevrolet in the parts department for several years. Ron’s career with the Yakima County Department of Corrections was from 1984 until his retirement in 2003. Ron was an avid camper and motorcycle enthusiast. He was a member of the Vintiques Car Club for many years as well as the Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter M. He was also very influential in the annual Hobo feed at Longmire

lemarrshaneShane Carl Lemarr, a resident of The Dalles, Oregon, lost his longtime battle with cancer at his home in the company of his family on September 1, 2014. Shane was born in The Dalles on March 28, 1971. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Carl and Clarabelle Lemarr. Shane is survived by his soulmate, Shanna Rice; son Nathaniel; mother Denise; father Ron (and wife Elvis); brother Jerry Lemarr; and niece Harley. Shane worked for many years as a landscape project manager, where he expressed his creative nature of bringing the beauty of the land into your back yard. Shane enjoyed drawing, painting, gardening, and his ’38 and ’56 Chevys.

oneillmickMick (Michael) Sean O'Neill, 68, died in his home in Yakima on January 15, 2014 after a 25-year-long battle with cancer.

Mick did not lose the battle. He fought tirelessly against countless complications, especially during an immensely difficult, five-year-long period at the end of his life. He showed the people around him what it means to never lose hope. He also showed them how to accept an unfortunate situation and make the most out of the time one has left in this world. Despite the problems, he never complained. "It is what it is," he would say. Mick was born on July 18, 1945 in Ellensburg. Edna, his mother, and

dureyalonzoYAKIMA - Alonzo T “Lon” Durey left us January 8, 2014 surrounded by his family at Memorial Hospital in Yakima. Lon was 83. He was born in McArthur, Arkansas Nov. 26, 1930 to Fletcher and Hazel Durey. Lon met the love of his life, Addie Mae, at Desha Central High School in Rohwer, Arkansas in 1948. They were married in Las Cruces, Mexico Dec. 27, 1950. Lon joined the Army in 1950, serving his country in Korea until 1953. He received two Silver and four Bronze Stars, KSM, UNSM, NDSM, and a Purple Heart. Lon moved his family to Tieton, WA in 1961 and found employment at Campbell Orchards. Lon loved farming, and every element of it, harvesting