Omak Chronicle Obituaries (2024)

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  • Funeral homes often submit obituaries as a service to the families they are assisting. However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death.

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4. John E. Andrist of Omak | Obituaries | wenatcheeworld.com

  • 27 sep 2007 · He was 75. Mr. Andrist was known among his journalism peers as a fearless, fair and effective newspaperman. He garnered many awards for his ...

  • John E. Andrist, former Omak Chronicle Owner-Publisher and community leader, who in his final years, inspired many by his determination to overcome severe disabilities after a stroke, died of respiratory

5. Tributes | River Valley Funeral & Cremation - Okanogan, WA

  • Celebrate the beauty of life by recording your favorite memories or sharing meaningful expressions of support on your loved one's social obituary page.

6. Obituaries | Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune

  • Buck Sylvester, 66, of Oroville, Wash., died on June 11, 2024. Buck was born Nov. 6, 1957, to Austin and Elsie (Libbie) Sylvester of Tonasket, Wash.

7. Edith Lorraine Stevens Obituary - Visitation & Funeral Information

  • 9 jan 2023 · Read the obituary of Edith Lorraine Stevens (1934 - 2023) from Okanogan, WA ... Omak Chronicle for their enduring marriage. Edie had fond memories ...

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8. Washington Obituaries - USGenWeb Archives

  • Washington Obituaries. Family Obituaries. Omak Chronicle No date kept in record. The following family obituaries were submitted by Penny Schneider Neely ...

  • In the spring of 1996, a group of genealogists led by Jeff Murphy organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database Project, which evolved into the KyGenWeb Project. The idea was to provide a single entry point for genealogy data and research for all counties in Kentucky. In addition, the information for each county would be indexed and cross-linked to make it easier for researchers to find a name or data that they sought. In June 1996, as the KyGenWeb Project was nearing 100% county coverage, interested volunteers decided to create a similar set of pages for all states, establishing The USGenWeb Project. Bill Couch wanted to follow in the footsteps of the KY Project with a similar site for Arkansas. Jeff Murphy set up a main page for the states that included a template for volunteers to use. Announcements were made to genealogy mailing lists and newsgroups and news of this Project was spread by email and word of mouth. Volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the efforts for each state, and additional volunteers were sought to create and maintain websites for every county in the United States. By July of 1996 most states were online with state homepages and most had several volunteers. There was a core group of people who got involved very early and were key to getting this new Project off the ground. It was these people who laid the groundwork for assuring the success of The USGenWeb Project. These people included Jeff Murphy, Dale Schneider, John Rigdon...

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