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101 Died at birth. Rosie Ann Anderson
102 A celebration of the life of Sula "Sue" Kate Stults will be 10:00 a.m., Thursday, October 19, 2017 at Hayhurst Funeral Home Chapel.

Sue was born on Friday, August 22, 1930 in Barling, Arkansas to Omer and Librscey (Langley) Anderson. Sue passed away on Thursday, October 12, 2017 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma at the age of 87.

Sue married Carl Jack Stults on July 21, 1948 and their union was blessed with two sons. Sue was a wonderful wife, mother, and homemaker to her family. Carl Jack preceded Sue in death on December 23, 2015.

Sue's hobbies include gardening, canning vegetables, singing, and playing the guitar and piano. Sue also enjoyed sketching, oil painting, woodworking, camping, fishing, hunting and traveling to visit family. Sue was a member of Shahan Freewill Baptist Church in Coweta.

Memorials may be made to Shahan Freewill Baptist Church, 23033 E. 141st St. So., Coweta, OK 74429.

Sue is survived by,
Son, Larry Stults and wife DeAnn, Catoosa, OK
Daughter-in-law, Roxana Stults, Tulsa, OK
Grandchildren, Suzanne Endsley, Melissa Richardson, Lorie Holland, Mandy Gateward, Jeff Stults
Brother, George Anderson and wife Joyce, Bakersfield, CA
Sue was preceded in death by her parents, husband Carl Jack and son Jack W. Stults.
Sula Kate Anderson
103 Twin to Thomas Talitha Anderson
104 Killed in a fire. Thomas Edward Anderson
105 Twin to Talitha Thomas Wendell Anderson
106 Wiley Gene Anderson
Wenatchee, WA
Gene was born February 21, 1928, on a 90-acre farm just East of Oklahoma City in Choctaw, Oklahoma. He lived there with his parents, Claude and Edna Anderson, and three older siblings: Theo, Woodrow, and Dorothy. Gene learned to drive a Model A Ford on the farm at the age of nine. In 1943, he moved with his parents to Wenatchee, WA, at age fifteen, driving all the way pulling a four-wheel trailer loaded with family possessions. At a multifamily Christmas party in 1943, he met Joyce, who was to become his wife six years later. While attending Wenatchee High School, Gene began flying lessons at Fancher Field, earning his pilot's license just past 17 years of age. He loved flying, but could not afford to get his fill of it. At age 18, he joined the Navy for two years and participated in Operation Crossroads in the South Pacific on the Marshall Islands testing two Atom bombs on old WWII ships. He finished his Navy time on the LST 1122, mostly in San Diego Harbor.
Gene returned to Wenatchee and started attending Wenatchee Valley College, dating Joyce, and building a house on Maiden Lane. He and Joyce were married on June 5, 1949, and started their family, Mark being born on July 24, 1951. Gene graduated from Central Washington College in 1952, and began teaching school at Rock Island Elementary for four years. He then taught two years at Eastmont High School, being on faculty for the first graduating class in 1958. Gene and Joyce lost a son at birth on November 11, 1956, Stuart Glenn. In 1958, Gene was Principal at Rock Island when Lisa joined the family in January 15, 1960. He also served as Principal of Kenroy, and Cascade Elementary Schools, and the last three years of his 30-year career in education at Sterling Middle School, retiring from education in 1982. During his career in education, Gene served as President of the Elementary School Principal's Association in 1976. Gene, Joyce, and both children accepted the Lord as Savior while attending First Baptist Church in Wenatchee. Gene served as Deacon, Sunday School Superintendent, and Church President during some 30 years. In 1982, he became a member of the Free Methodist Church, where he served in church design and Joyce served in interior decorating.
After retiring from education, Gene entered in to property management and served in this role at Manson Villa, Mansfield Manor, and Garden Terrace for the next 11 years, until Social Security got him. While at Garden Terrace, Joyce redecorated the public area and dining room, and ran the dining program for a couple of years. Great job.
Gene loved some 27 years of boating, water skiing, and snow skiing with his kids. He also taught a countless number of other kids to water ski on Lake Chelan. Gene also loved to travel in the '85 motorhome he bought new. He took it to all 48 states, Washington D.C., and Canada, during the 22 years he owned it. Gene never got to own an airplane, but did enjoy some soaring in later years off of Pangborn Field. He lived in four houses, one of which he built completely, and helped build two more. The last one came ready-made, although he added a patio shelter and storage in the garage. He helped his kids with their homes, building one for Mark and remodeling one for Lisa.
Gene and Joyce were as ONE, always doing everything together. Gene and Joyce were best friends. They went to Hawaii on their 40th anniversary, Europe on their 50th, and to dinner at Campbell's in Chelan, WA, on their 60th anniversary, Ha! They also enjoyed two cruises, one to Alaska and one through the Panama Canal.
Gene is survived by his wife, Joyce; son, Mark, and wife, Julie, and their son, Aaron, and wife, Ashley, and great-granddaughters, Ava and Emma; great-grandson, Liam Edward of Spokane, WA; daughter, Lisa, and her husband, Peter Christian, and their daughter, Hannah, and son, Dane of Bellevue, WA. He was pre-deceased by his parents; son, Stuart Glen; his brother, Woodrow; and sister, Theo.
After 75 years in the Wenatchee Valley, Gene went to be with Jesus on Sunday, May 27, 2018. Gene and Joyce would have celebrated 69 wonderful years together on June 5, 2018.
Friends and family may visit Jones & Jones-Betts Funeral Home Friday, June 15, 2018, from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. A Service will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2018, at 2:00 p.m., at the Fireside Room at Sage Hills Church, 1601 Fifth St., Wenatchee, WA. Interment will take place Monday, June 18, 2018, at Wenatchee City Cemetery, at 11:00 a.m.
Please express your thoughts and memories on the online guestbook at jonesjonesbetts.com. Arrangements by Jones & Jones-Betts Funeral Home, Wenatchee, WA.
Wiley Gene Anderson
107 Legally changed middle name to Maye. Willa Mae Anderson
108 Born and reared on a farm, he farmed for 8 to 10 years after his marriage. Then entered medical school at Little Rock, AR. Became sick and died before finishing school. William Green Anderson
109 Middle initial 'P' may or may not be the case. William P Anderson
110 Name changed to Anysia Derora. Angela Dawn Andruss
111 Aka Audrie. Audrey Elsie Andruss
112 Adopted Karen Andruss
113 Adopted Kathy Andruss
114 Michael was adopted and his last name was changed from Coffin. Michael Scott Andruss
115 Cotton Farmer. William Harvey Andruss
116 Aileen E. Ferguson
June 30, 1930 ~ June 23, 2014
Aileen E. Ferguson, 83, a longtime Wenatchee, WA resident, passed away June 23, 2014, in Wenatchee. She was born to Lester F. and Daisy B. (Martin) Arnold in Ladysmith, WI on June 30, 1930. Aileen moved to Washington with her family in 1937, and settled in Ardenvoir, WA. She attended Ardenvoir Grade School and Entiat High School, graduating in 1948. Aileen married Kenneth L. Ferguson on November 14, 1970, and they spent most of their married life in Wenatchee. Aileen was a member of the Eagle Auxiliary #204 since 1970.
Survivors include two daughters, Chris Clymer (Tom) of Wenatchee, and Cindy Osborne (Gary) of Blewett Pass, WA; one step-daughter, Karen Allie (Clifford) of Wenatchee; two sons, Richard Morrell (Donna) of Auburn, and Randi Morrell of Wenatchee; two step-sons, Jim Ferguson (Eileen) of Wenatchee, and Allen Ferguson (Donna) of South Dakota; 14 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Aileen was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Donald Arnold; and one grandson.
A Graveside Service will be held Saturday, July 12, 2014, at 9:00 a.m. at the Wenatchee City Cemetery, with Pastor Jeff Parker of Eastmont Community Church officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mission Vista Quality of Life Fund, 630 N. Chelan Avenue, Suite A-1, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Services are arranged by the caring staff at Telford's Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee.
Aileen Ellen Arnold
117 Aka Sir John Arundell. John Arundell, VIII
118 Aka Sir Thomas Arundell. Beheaded for undesirable activities against the crown. Thomas Arundell, II
119 Tammy was adopted. Tammy Auton
120 Countess of Upper Alsace. Ava
121 This is James G Rush's 6th sons wifes mother. Ellen Bailey
122 Rumor has it that Mr Bailey left Margaret and ran away with Margaret's sister Martha. They both dissappeared the same day. John Bailey
123 Count of Clermont. II Baldwin
124 Count of Clermont. I Baldwin
125 Aka Edy. Edith Barker
126 Aka BetsyAnn. Elizabeth Ann Barnes
127 Or died in Knox County, IL. Sarah Barnett
128 Name may be Colamanda. Clarranda Baxter
129 William's younger brother Henry (reigned
1100-35) succeeded to the throne. He was
crowned three days after his brother's death,
against the possibility that his eldest brother Robert
might claim the English throne. After the decisive
battle of Tinchebrai in 1106 in France, Henry
completed his conquest of Normandy from Robert,
who then (unusually even for that time) spent the
last 28 years of his life as his brother's prisoner. An
energetic, decisive and occasionally cruel ruler,
Henry centralised the administration of England and
Normandy in the royal court, using 'viceroys' in
Normandy and a group of advisers in England to
act on his behalf when he was absent across the
Channel. Henry successfully sought to increase
royal revenues, as shown by the official records of
his exchequer (the Pipe Roll of 1130, the first
exchequer account to survive). He established
peaceful relations with Scotland, through his
marriage to Mathilda of Scotland.

Henry's name 'Beauclerc' denoted his good
education (as the youngest son, his parents possibly
expected that he would become a bishop); Henry
was probably the first Norman king to be fluent in
English. In 1120, his legitimate sons William and
Richard drowned in the White Ship which sank in
the English Channel. This posed a succession
problem, as Henry never allowed any of his
illegitimate children to expect succession to either
England or Normandy. Henry had a legitimate
daughter Matilda (widow of Emperor Henry V,
subsequently married to the Count of Anjou).
However, it was his nephew Stephen (reigned
1135-54), son of William the Conqueror's daughter
Adela, who succeeded Henry after his death
allegedly caused by eating too many lampreys (fish)
in 1135, as the barons mostly opposed the idea of
a female ruler. 
King Of England Henry I Beauclerc
130 Vinlyn was adopted. Vinlyn Beckles
131 Aka Donnie. Donald Ray Belden
132 Twin to Terry. Gary Wayne Bishop
133 Twin to Gary. Terry Duane Bishop
134 Aka JC. James Commie Blankenship
135 Bio daughter of Verba and William. Joanna Lynn Blatchley
136 Bio daughter of Verba and William. Loretta Kay Blatchley
137 Jack Boushay, 81, passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 4, 2020, at his home in Cashmere, WA. He was born on July 9, 1938, in Sunnyslope, WA, the son of Cora Dale (Anderson) Boushay and Henry Alfred Boushay. Being a bit rebellious as a teenager, Jack left school early and joined the U.S. Navy. He was stationed in Georgia for four years, serving between the Korean and Vietnam wars. After returning to Wenatchee, WA, he met and fell in love with (Rose) Lynn Sever. When Lynn left to attend Western Washington College, Jack would drive to Bellingham every weekend to see her. After one quarter, Lynn transferred to Wenatchee Valley College to be closer, and then she didn't have to worry about him driving so far. Jack and Lynn were married on his birthday in 1961. They had two daughters while living in Wenatchee. In 1965, they bought a house in Cashmere and have lived on the same property ever since. worked for the Wenatchee School District as a maintenance engineer, supporting his family without a high school diploma. He proudly attained his GED after retirement, when he also took drafting and CAD classes through Wenatchee Valley College. Jack was a self-taught computer enthusiast. He liked to challenge himself. Before computers, Jack had several other interests. He had a beautiful iris 'show garden' that he spent many spring and summer days tending to. He also collected stamps from all over the world and even traded iris for stamps. Jack and Lynn enjoyed square dancing and bowling in their younger years. He also loved golf, until his back would not allow him to play anymore. In Jack's later years, still fascinated with computers, he remained active watching Sci-Fi movies and playing online video games. was steadfast in his opinion, with a great sense of humor, and simple with his desires. Family was the most important thing to him. He always had room for one more hug or time to tell us he loved us; he never tired of these things. He became a grandpa in 2006, when Lila was born in Vienna, Austria. The proud grandparents got passports and visited daughter, Teresa, and baby, Lila, their first ever trip abroad. Once Teresa and Lila moved back to the U.S., he adored spending time with her, watching princess and mermaid shows together, as she sat on his lap. he succumbed to an unforeseen and short battle with melanoma, with his wife, and two daughters, by his side. Jack was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother. leaves behind his wife of 59 years, Lynn (Sever) Boushay; daughter, Lisa Boushay-Ownby (Ray Ownby) of Moses Lake, WA; daughter, Teresa Boushay of Cashmere, WA; granddaughter, Lila Anais Boushay of Cashmere, WA; sister, Wanda Wertz (Rich Wertz) of Omak, WA; as well as nieces, nephews, and extended family. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. family will have a private service at their home in Cashmere, WA. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in his name to be made to the American Melanoma Foundation, 8929 University Center Lane, Suite 202, San Diego, CA, 92122. Arrangements are assisted by Chapel of The Valley, Wenatchee, WA.
From the Wenatchee World June 14, 2020
Jackie Henry Boushay
138 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
is the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, the present
British sovereign, and the widow of the late King
George VI. She was born the Honourable
Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon on 4
August 1900 (daughter of Lord Glamis, later 14th
Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne) and spent her
early childhood at St Paul's Waldenbury in
Hertfordshire, north of the capital. This was the
country home of her parents. The Bowes-Lyon
family is descended from the Royal House of
Scotland. One of The Queen Mother's
14th-century ancestors became Thane of Glamis,
home of Macbeth 300 years before, and Glamis
Castle is the family seat. 
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
139 Mother of 9 children. Elizabeth Weatherholt Brake
140 Bernice passed away peacefully at home on March 31, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was born to Carl and Judy Brandt in Oklahoma City on December 19, 1938. She was the oldest of three kids. She grew up with her sister Cleta and brother Frank. The family moved to Washington in 1941. Growing up Bernice enjoyed the water and spent time at Lake Chelan. Bernice graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1957. She married the love of her life, Lyle Allstot on December 21, 1957 at the Wenatchee Methodist Church.

Lyle and Bernice welcomed their son Kenneth in 1958. Their son Keith was born in 1960 with a daughter Kathy following in 1961. The family first resided in Grand Coulee, Washington where Bernice worked at Security Bank as a teller. In 1973 the family moved to East Wenatchee.

There was no one quite like Bernice. She was an incredibly classy lady who took pride in her appearance, her home and her family. She was loyal, hard-working, caring and devoted. Bernice enjoyed gardening and canning. Bernice and Lyle enjoyed spending time at the casino, traveling and being with their granddaughters. They spent most winters in Arizona as Bernice loved the warm weather. She will be remembered for her contagious laughter, quick wit and love of her family. Her granddaughters will miss her incredibly fancy Christmas dresses, summers by the pool and coloring together at the kitchen table.

Bernice was preceded in death by her father Carl Brandt and brother Frank Brandt. She is survived by her mother Judy Brandt, sister Cleta Jeffrey, husband Lyle Allstot, son Kenneth Allstot (Billie), Keith Allstot, daughter Kathy Allstot (Norm), granddaughters Rachel, Ashlee and Breanna Allstot, Brandee Gilstrap (Alex), Jayme Manring (Josh), and Lacey Weller (James), as well as 8 great-grandchildren.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at Chapel of the Valley; 302 Ninth Street, Wenatchee. Concluding services and interment will follow at the Wenatchee City Cemetery. Viewing will be Friday, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Arrangements are by Chapel of the Valley, Wenatchee.
Ruby Bernice Brandt
141 Died at birth. Katherine Sue Britt
142 Godmother Ellen Ford Charles Francis Brookey
143 Social Security #: 448-40-4105 Donna Jean Brookey
144 Social Security #: 444-20-4553 Edward Lindburgh Brookey
145 Godmother Ellen Brookey George Theodore Brookey
146 Social Security #: 444-05-1893 Hoyt Clarence Brookey
147 They came from Germany around 1848, and settled in Frederick, Maryland. Ignatius Brookey
148 Godmother Ellen Broeke (Brookey) John Henry Brookey
149 Godmother Ellen Brookey Joseph Francis Brookey
150 Social Security #: 442-54-1921 Lena Brookey

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