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Death notices

The Columbian
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Artice G. Morford, 89, Vancouver, died Jan. 18, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Barbara R. Coley, 67, Camas, died Jan. 18, 2022. Straub’s Funeral Home and Columbia River Cremation, 360-834-4563.

Cathy R. Larsen, 63, Vancouver, died Dec. 27, 2021. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Donald R. Hess, 84, Vancouver, died Jan. 14, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Donald W. Browning, 76, Washougal, died Jan. 18, 2022. Straub’s Funeral Home and Columbia River Cremation, 360-834-4563.

Jeff Charles Schrock Jr., 44, Vancouver, died Jan. 17, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Jeffrey Allan White, 56, Vancouver, died Jan. 16, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Jennifer A. McBride, 59, Vancouver, died Jan. 11, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

John W. Curran, 91, Camas, died Jan. 18, 2022. Straub’s Funeral Home and Columbia River Cremation, 360-834-4563.

Levi Leonard Stanmore, 67, Portland, died Jan. 6, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Margaret A. Dykgraaf, 81, Vancouver, died Jan. 17, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Mary Katherine Lindell, 79, Vancouver, died Jan. 17, 2022. Brown’s Funeral Home, 360-834-3692.

Mike Peebles, 75, Vancouver, died Jan. 18, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Oscar W. Fields, 95, Camas, died Jan. 17, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Richard Ivan Hooper, 84, Washougal, died Jan. 16, 2022. Brown’s Funeral Home, 360-834-3692.

Robert Glenn Raymond, 79, Vancouver, died Jan. 18, 2022. Evergreen Staples Funeral Home, 360-693-3649.

Ronald Fred Evenden Sr., 76, Vancouver, died Jan. 16, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Tammy Jones, 63, Vancouver, died Jan. 18, 2022. Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

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