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Mildred Siegel

Deer Park

Memorial service for Mildred Irene Siegel, 93, will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Open Door Congregational Church in Deer Park. Lauer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Siegel, a longtime Deer Park resident, was born in Lost Valley, Wash. She died May 16.

She graduated from Boisfort (Wash.) High School in the late 1920s, and from Ellensburg Normal School (now Central Washington University) teaching credentials. She also attended Washington State College.

Mrs. Siegal was an elementary school teacher and retired from the Mead School District in 1973.

She was a member of the Open Door Congregational Church and the Order of the Eastern Star.

Her husband, Verne, died in 1996.

Survivors include a daughter, Audrey Tyree of Veradale; two sons, Merle Siegel of Tucson, Ariz., and Gary Siegel of Shelton, Wash.; a brother, Harold Radmaker of Seattle; two sisters, Jeanette Snyder of Bull Head City, Ariz., and Nettie Louther of Tacoma; eight grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Raymond Hackett

Spokane

Memorial service for Raymond Andrew Hackett, 68, will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Mission Park.

Mr. Hackett, who died last Monday, was born in Manchester, N.Y., and grew up in Buffalo, N.Y. He was a resident of Spokane for 41 years.

He served in the Army during the Korean War.

He was a carpenter and a member of the local Carpenters Union and served a term as vice-president.

He then became an owner/operator long-haul truck driver leased to Systems Transport.

Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Colleen; two daughters, Kathy Winters and Karrie Huelle; two sons, Gordon and Steven; three brothers; three sisters; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Lyle Davis

Spokane

Memorial service for Lyle Ray Davis, 69, will be today at 2 p.m. at Riplinger Funeral Home.

Mr. Davis, a longtime resident of Spokane, died Thursday. He was born in Potlatch, Idaho.

He was a watchmaker up to the last days of his life. He spent 39 years with Pounders Jewelry and retired in 1996 to continue his watch trade at home in his own shop.

Mr. Davis enjoyed traveling and was a past-president of the

Jaycees.

Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Lorraine; two sons, Michael and Donald Davis; a daughter, Teresa Bonser; his father, Everett Davis; a brother, James Davis; a sister, Lois Osso; 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.5

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