Born in Bellingham to Howard and Agnes Sperber on September 15, 1931, they later moved to the Echo Valley area North of Colville where she met Lloyd Brauner from Marcus.
They were married in 1948 and lived in Kettle Falls.
She is survived by her children - Terry, D’Lea, and Carl; grandchildren - Michelle, Kenneth, and Eric; one five year old great-grandchild - Kaydance Ann; and her brother - Ron Sperber.
She moved to Spokane and has been in the same home for 39 years at 4101 N Monroe, 99205.
She worked for the City of Spokane and retired after 22 years in the Water Dept.
A memorial will be held in the near future and cards and letters can be sent to her home address.
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