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Service planned for hiker killed by fall at Painted Rocks

A celebration of life service is planned for a young Spokane woman who died recently while hiking with friends. The service for Lois Ordway-Fleck will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Spokane Faith Center, 3330 West Central Ave. Donations can be made in Ordway-Fleck’s honor at www.destinyrescue.org by clicking on her photo on the right-hand side of the homepage. Destiny Rescue USA is a Christian-based nonprofit that protects and rescues vulnerable children from abuse and trafficking, a cause Ordway-Fleck fought for. Ordway-Fleck, a 2012 Mt. Spokane High School graduate, died while hiking at the Indian Painted Rocks Trail in the Little Spokane River Natural Area on Sept. 6.
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