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Death notices

The Columbian
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Alfred A. Bennett, 82, Vancouver, died April 24, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Barbara J. Eldridge, 76, Ridgefield, died May 1, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

B. Kenneth Boal, 92, Vancouver, died May 7, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Carolyn Janice Hetsler, 71, Battle Ground, died May 3, 2022. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143.

Clair A. Spicer, 61, Vancouver, died April 25, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Diane Chase, 74, Vancouver, died May 7, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Edwin B. Beck, 81, Vancouver, died April 28, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Gloria J. Barber, 81, Vancouver, died on May 1, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Hans S. Olson, 69, Longview, died April 13, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Jerry T. Anderson, 75, Vancouver, died April 27, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Michael McQueen, 56, Rainier, Ore., died April 27, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Michele A. Johnson, 78, Brush Prairie, died April 29, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Regina M. Grismore, 62, Long Beach, died April 26, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Rosalie Anne Stewart, 76, Battle Ground, died May 4, 2022. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143.

Sarah Alice Dohman, 72, Vancouver, died April 30, 2022. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 360-892-6060.

Timothy R. Blanchard, 57, Woodland, died April 20, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Valentina F. Vityuk, 64, Portland, died April 25, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Wayne R. Anderson, 80, Washougal, died April 15, 2022. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

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