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Her popularity was also evident when she was voted Ronan High School Prom Queen.
She was a champion shot-put thrower and was part of the first champion basketball team at Salish Kootenai College (SKC) in 1995. Whenever she had a chance she would mention them to others, bragging about their latest achievement, even if it was just the fact that they had gotten a haircut.
Every November, her bedroom would become “Command Central” for Christmas, as she was a lifetime believer.
She was a talented seamstress, beadwork artist and cook.
Jerry was a US Army veteran and spent two years plus on the Yalu River in Korea that left him with a disability.
He attended Poly-Tec School in Portland, OR when he was very young. Later, he took up cabinet making and was drafted back into the Army and was stationed again on the Yalu River.
At one point she was nicknamed the Native Martha Stewart and lived up to the title by hosting fabulous parties.
She was raised in California until she was eleven years old.
Her mother and two brothers moved to Ronan and lived out in Woodcock. She was very athletic and was one heck of a basketball player known for her tenacious defense and rebounding.
I am not afraid to die – I am going to be with him.” Friends and family may gather at The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory, 101 Sixth Ave. Per his wishes, he will be laid to rest next to his father at Riverview Cemetery in Portland, OR.
E., Polson, on Friday, December 1, 2017 beginning at 11 a.m.. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family online at Sylvester (Nain), 46, passed away peacefully at her home in Polson on November 15, 2017.Jerry went on to work at the Salish and Kootenai College where he again excelled vibrantly at education.