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MT; stepchildren, Cameron and Becky Lozon of Lewiston, and Juanito Hudson of Boise; sisters, Carmen Payne, Vesta Villalobos, Suzie Villalobos, Dulce Villalobos and Cara Mia Villalobos; grandchildren, Austin, Thunder Cloud, Sarah, Tierra, Logan, Mercedes, Diamond, Aurora, Akazia, Izzabella and Tristin; great-grandson, Grayson Moon; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life for Manuel will be held at 10 a.m.
They enjoyed traveling together, going as far as Hawaii.
He also enjoyed their long-weekend trips and rides with their CVMA family.
Dinner will follow at the Pi-Nee-Waus Community Center. Hilda Gladys Strong, 93, passed away Wednesday, Dec. She was born July 7, 1924, in Preston, England, the daughter of Henry William Lund and Ellen Jane (Holding) Lund. She came to the United States in 1946 as a war bride. Her Bachelor of Arts in English followed in 1965 from the University of Idaho, where she received the Howard Packenham Award for Outstanding Graduate in English. with a perfect grade-point average of 4.0 in English literature from Washington State University in 1980.
A Master of Arts in English followed in 1968 from the University of Idaho. Her work as a student was distinguished by excellence; she was a member of three national honor societies, beginning with her induction into Phi Theta Kappa at LCNS, followed by her induction into Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Idaho, and finishing with her induction into Phi Kappa Phi at Washington State University.
A color guard ceremony and 21-gun salute will follow at noon at Spalding Cemetery. 25, 1945, Hilda married Raymond Clifford Strong, a sergeant in the U. Army Air Corps stationed in England during World War II. She attended for two years at what was then Lewis-Clark Normal School, where she earned the Gertrude Mellon Dick Award, the college's highest academic award.In March of 2014, after a serious illness, when she could no longer live on her own, she was moved to the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Floyd and Carol Jenks, north of Spirit Lake, Idaho.While there, she loved to watch all the wildlife that could occasionally be seen in their front yard.She especially enjoyed time spent with her family and friends. Betty is survived by her beloved husband, Freddy Davis of Clarkston; daughters, Rachel Turner of Caldwell, Angela Jones and Jessica Ray, both of Clarkston; son, Steven Davis of Wenatchee; sisters, Marie Poirier of Wenatchee and Eloise Pierce of Clarkston; brothers, George Collins of Weippe and Earl Collins of Lake Wenatchee. The group includes veterans, with membership growing to 54 members.
WA; sister-in-law and special friend, Ann Bowlin; as well as two grandsons, two granddaughters, three step-granddaughters and two great-granddaughters. The bond of brotherhood played a very important part of his life.Manny was a great father and loved each and every one of his children.