douglasbeebeYAKIMA - Douglas Ray Beebe, 59, of Union Gap died Saturday Sept. 18, 2010 at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Doug was born January 10, 1951 in Yakima, WA to Abraham and Marjorie (Letlow) Beebe. He was raised in Yakima County, but also lived in many different areas of California. On June 2,1973, he married Lena Duke in Caiifornia and they were married for 22 years. Doug has spent the past 13 years with his significant other, Mary Riley. Doug was an enrolled member of the Grand Ronde Tribe of Oregon. He drove logging truck for Tiin-ma Logging Company in White Swan for 30 years. Doug was a long time member of Vintiques Car Club, and

Everett M Walker passed away peacefully, surrounded by friends and family, on May 22, 2017 at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, WA.

Everett was born October 21, 1943 in Providence, Rhode Island to Ralph and Ethel Walker. He and his older brother, Curtis, spent their childhood making mischief in Rhode Island until they moved all the way to the west coast. Settling in Salem, OR, Everett’s first job was as a stock boy at a local grocery store; he would later work for such grocery juggernauts as Del Monte, Nabisco, and Darigold. He graduated from South Salem High School in 1961.

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,

jimmyalbert2YAKIMA - Jimmy Albert, 71, passed away on Monday June 22, 2009 at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Jimmy was born to Adam and Doris (Morford) Albert on November 16, 1937. He attended Wapato High and served in the Air Force where he was stationed in Labador, near Iceland. Jim was a life-long mechanic. He owned and operated his own business, J & M Auto Service, in the Seattle area for many years. He moved his business to Yakima in 2001 and continued his business in auto repair until his retirement in 2008 due to illness. Jim loved to work on cars. He enjoyed fishing, camping and he lived life to the fullest.

bergin jimTIETON - Jim Bergin, born March 29, 1941, in Hermiston, Oregon, to Viola (Hogue) and Leland Bergin, died January 3, 2007 at Tieton, Washington.
He was a man of many interests and ideas, with not enough money or time to do all he dreamed of. He said he had lived a great life, had love and respect from family and friends, had done so much and traveled just enough to appreciate our country.
Jim was in the roofing industry all his life, but he should have been a carpenter. He loved to build things. Married 45 years to his wife Bette, he probably had a