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Death notices

The Columbian
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Alex Reinhold, 91, Battle Ground, died June 30, 2022. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143.

Annette Norris Cowan, 74, Yacolt, died July 1, 2022. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143.

Benjamin Gonzales Pangan, 96, Kalama, died June 24, 2022. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143.

Douglas L. McAtee, 67, Washougal, died on July 2, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Douglas R. Fritsch, 75, Vancouver, died June 23, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Elidio Diaz Martinez, 82, La Center, died June 27, 2022. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, 360-694-2537.

Floretta M. White, 87, Vancouver, June 29, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Frederick R. Hamburg, 79, Kalama, died June 24, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Glenda Lavon Porter, 86, Vancouver, died June 29, 2022. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, 360-694-2537.

James Edward DeShirley, 74, Vancouver, died June 22, 2022. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, 360-694-2537.

Janis Johnson, 64, Vancouver, died June 26, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Jeanne Marie Smith, 82, Vancouver, died June 26, 2022. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, 360-694-2537.

Kenneth D. Scott, 85, Ridgefield, died June 26, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Maria Garcia, 76, Woodland, died July 3, 2022. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, 360-694-2537.

Mark J. Van de Voorde, 67, Ariel, died July 3, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Sarah Ann Reuter, 77, Washougal, died July 3, 2022. Brown’s Funeral Home, 360-834-3692.

Stephen Brothers, 67, Ridgefield, died July 1, 2022. Northwood Park Funeral Home, 360-574-4252.

Ted Bechtold, 60, La Center, died July 2, 2022. Northwood Park Funeral Home, 360-574-4252.

Timmy L. Evans, 64, Bucoda, died June 29, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

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