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Lee farmed and ranched in Gifford until moving to Uniontown, WA, where he farmed the home place.

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She was a stay at home mom for several years, but then took a job at the Pierce Library as a librarian.While working for the USFS, she met her husband, Jerry Johnstun, and they moved to Weippe together.Shortly after, she became pregnant with their first son, Matthew, and they got married at the Hitching Post in Coeur d'Alene on Feb. Her son, Matthew was born that same year in September and then in March of 1986 her second son, Kyle, was born.After graduating college, she moved West after taking a job with the United States Forest Service.She was stationed just outside of Pierce on the Austin Ridge Lookout as a fire spotter for several years.A lot of good memories and lifelong friends were made during her school years at the Cavendish-Teakean country grade school, and junior high and high school in Orofino. Debbie is survived by her husband, Norman; sons, Jordyn and Jarryt; her mother, Carrol Frederiksen; a brother, Ron Frederiksen of Monroe, WA; a half-sister Jo Frederiksen of The Woodlands, TX; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews whom she loved very much.

Ed was born at home to Harry and Beatrice Hudson on Dec.15, 1936 at Grangemont and graduated from Orofino High School in 1955.

He is survived by wife, Sherryl; son, Tony of Athol; daughter, Julie of Pullman, WA; son, Mark (Gwen) of Peck; and Jamie (Brandon) Cunningham of Clarkston.

Lee loved his 12 grandkids and 15 great-grandkids and always looked forward to sausage-making time.

He helped his brother Harold farming, driving truck and fixing equipment that Sam broke.

Lee was preceded in death by his parents; son, Ron; great-grandson, Kason Slade Mitchell; brother, Eugene; and sister, Mary Jo.

He would entertain the great-grandkids while everyone else worked.