Her only daughter, Sherrie (Ralph) Mc Kinnon, passed away in 2010. After his retirement from the service, Bill worked at Lewiston Pre-Mix, state of Idaho and the Idaho Correctional Institution-Orofino (ICIO).
Cookie and our little brother, Jeffrey Squires, were welcomed by all to the family in 1981, when Jeff was 8 years old. June 9 at the Kooskia Community Center (covered-dish).
Bill loved the family reunions, which were started in 1956, and have continued every year since. The next memorial will be July 28 at the annual Squires family reunion, at Wilderness Gateway Campground on the Lochsa River. 31, 1920 in Fallon, NV to James and Marie Mc Goldrick.
While in Pierce, Millie was active in her church and the PTA.
The entire family was active in skiing at the Bald Mountain ski area. In 1968, they moved to Weippe, where they owned and operated a gas station and garage. Millie was a member of the Banana Belt Fiddlers, the Washington Old-Time Fiddlers and the Down Home Music Makers. Millie is survived by her three sons, Bill (Marlene) of Weippe, Dennis (Judy) of Pierce and Gene (Cheri) of Lewiston.
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She enjoyed camping, hunting, four-wheeling and horseback riding. During his time in the service, he earned two awards: The National Defense Service Medal and the Antarctica Service Medal, both in 1967.
He spent his early years farming his family's land. At the end of the war, Brian entered a Regional Vocational School program in Weiser, where he learned sheet metal work.
In November of 1941 he joined the Army Air Corp and he served his country until Dec. He apprenticed in Walla Walla, WA, and it was there he met and married the love of his life, Marie.
Brian was very active in the Orofino community where he lived until February 2017.
For decades and as long as his health allowed, Brian was a devoted and active member of St. He was also a member and leader in many organizations including the Lion's Club; VFW Post 3296 where he served as chaplain for several years; Knights of Columbus and past president of the Clearwater Historical Society. While Brian enjoyed all of his service activities, his hobbies and lifelong friends brought him particular joy.