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Page 8 Free Press Thursday, February26, 2015 OBITUARIES James (Jim) Ray Hunt James (Jim) Ray Hunt, age 69 of Cheney, passed away Jan. 31, 2015, in Spo- kane, Wash. Jim was born Sept. 14, 1945, in New- port News, Va. He married Janet May- field in 1971, in Newport News and they moved to the Cheney area in 1972, where he worked in retail until retiring in 2004. His hobbies included gardening, model airplanes, cars and trains and playing horseshoes. He is survived by his wife Janet K. Hunt; daughters, Tonya M. Hunt, Tracy R. (Roy) Bridgens, Nicole G. (Da- vid) Droll, and Abby K. (Vincent) Casey; brother, Alan G. Hunt; grandchildren Aaron West, Kelsey and Jus- tin Young, Jordyn and Paige Brid- gens, Jillian Droll, Camil- la and Dea- con James Casey; and great-grand- son Joshua Castillo. He is pre- ceded in death by his fa- ther, Nick Hunt, mother, Grace (Donithan) Hunt; and brother, Gary L. Hunt. Along with all the wonders he is experi- encing, we imagine he is delighting in per- sonal performances by Elvis Presley, himself, enjoying more Bing cherries, M&M's and corn on the cob. A private service is planned. Pauline A. Herrbach A memorial service was held Friday, Feb. 20, 2015 for Pauline (Pauly) Ag- nes Johnson Herrbach at Ball and Dodd Funeral Home, 5100 W. Welles- ley Ave, Spo- kane. Pa uly passed peacefully Mon- day, Feb. 16 at home, surrounded in love at the age of 85. Pauly was born Aug. 31, 1929 to Walter and Madge Johnson in Wenatchee, Wash. the youngest of six chil- dren. She grew up in Spokane, attending Lib- by Junior High the year it opened and gradu- ited from Lewis and Clark High School in 1947. Pauly was preceded in death by her loving husband of 44 years, Lou Herrbach, her son, Stephen as well as her five siblings: Clara Young, Esther Bagley, Edna King, Helen Eh- rgott and Glen John- son. She is survived by daughter-in-law Lona Herrbach, son Paul (Shirley), daughters Barbara Herrbach-Ned- er, C!ndy Hart (Ken) and Sally Hillebrandt (Rich). She experienced great joy in her 12 grandchil- dren, four great-grand- children and more extended and blended family through- out Spokane and the Boise Valley. After mar- rying in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho in 1951, Pauly and Lou raised their family in Nampa, Boise, and Idaho Falls before returning to the Spo- kane area in 1979. She was active in her community. Pauly enjoyed Volkssporting, Red Hats, Food Bank volunteering and at- tending the theater with her friends. She was a proud, loyal Wayne Newton fan club mem- ber for over 40 years. Pauly was creative, intelligent and accept- ing throughout her life which resulted in an enormous amount of lifelong friends and family ties who will miss her dearly. Pauly was interred at Spokane Memorial Gardens. Donations to Hospice of Spokane or the Medical Lake Food Bank would be appreci- ated. cclaimed New York City violin- ist Sarah Whitney and award-win- ning Eastern Washington University lecturer in vio- lin/viola Dr. Julia Salerno are team- ing up to perform a variety of works from Baroque to jazz this Friday night, Feb. 27. "Seeing Double Duo," will perform at 7 p.m. at the EWU Music Building Recital Hall in a free concert to feature works by Martinu, Halvorsen, Mozart, Mark Summer and many others. Whitney is a member of the,acclaimed string quartet Syl arites, the first string quartet to win the Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition. Their album "Disturb the Silence," reached Billboard's Top-10 and the group has performed at venues such as the Lincoln Center, Aspen Music Festi- val and the CBS Early Show. StageWest production promises to have you' Laughing' StageWest Community Theatre's proudly pres- ents "Exit Laughing" by Paul Elhott. Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Co. 'E t Laugtmg" in the American Association of Community Theatre's AACT NewPlayFest by the Springfield Little Theatre in Springfield Mo. When the biggest high- light in your life for the past 30 years has been your weekly bridge night out withthe"girls" what doyou do when one of your four- some inconveniently dies? See StageWest page 9 Whitney is also a talented soloist and recording artist, co-founder of "Jungle Punks Hipster Orches- tra" and has been featured ~onstage with the Transibe- rian Orchestra, Jeff Beck and Andrew Wyatt. Salerno won first prize and the festival medal in the 2000 Seattle Young Artists Music Festival, was a national finalist for the String Division of the 2001 MTNA collegiate competition and was String Division Young Artist Winner of Musicfest Northwest in 2004. She has served as concertmaster of many or- chestras, including three years at the University of Michigan, during which she was also a violin soloist on that orchestras Grammy award-win- ning recording of William Bolcom's "Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience." MEDICAL LAKE ' I'DENTAL CLINIC Family Dentistry Family Dentistry Jessica M. Toilllon, DDS & Associates Pediatric Washer & Forced Air Gas Furnace Air Conditioning Call Jill Gwin 509-235-6196 Ext. ~i!:i!i 102 ......... OPPORTUNITY The best chicken and fish in town/ Side Orders: Mashed Potatoes & Gravy ,. Corn Green Beans Macaroni & Cheese 116 W. 1 st, Cheney, WA. 235-4222 EVER Y DA vISIT us