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Obituary: Mortlock, Daniel Earl

Age 61

MORTLOCK, Daniel Earl Daniel Earl Mortlock was “one of a kind” from “a family of many.”

Born June 12, 1953 in Seattle, WA, God “seized” him suddenly on Monday, April 6th, and took him home early Tuesday, April 7, 2015 in Spokane, WA.

Dan is survived by his mother, Brownie; brothers Len, Dave (Nancy), Gary (Rhonda), Rick (Maureen), Pete (Donna), Tim (Carolyn), and Philip; sisters Judy (John) Ortner, and Becky (Russ) Manning; his former wife Fulya, and daughter, Tiffany.

Dan was preceded in death by grandpa, Earl Harold Mortlock; grandma Agnes Wertz; dad Earl G. Mortlock; and sister-in-law Janis Mortlock.

Dan was clever, creative, challenging, competitive, compassionate and most importantly a caring friend.

He was a high school teacher in Hermiston, Turkey, Battle Ground, and most recently at the Spokane Skills Center (Newtech).

A Memorial Service will be held, Wednesday, April 15, 6:00 p.m. at Indian Trail Church, 9010 N. Indian Trail Road.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Daniel E. Mortlock Memorial Fund, Spokane Teachers Credit Union, P.O.

Box 1954, Spokane, WA 99210 (to help with Tiffany’s college expenses) Share your Remembrances with the family and friends at: http://becky83.wix.com/danmortlock

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