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He cared for her through the years of her illness, until her death, after 50 years of marriage, in July, 2008.
She worked for many years on the family farm, helping to drive grain truck, cooking meals for the farm work crews, and raising her children and grandchildren.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Squire Family Education Foundation, Clearwater County EMS Department, the Orofino Kiwanis Club, or the charity of your choice. 25, 2012, from age-related causes at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston. 28, 1925, to Howard and Minnie Snyder (Bonner) in Weippe. Joyce was a caregiver for family members and loved to cook and bake for her family. Saturday at Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home in Lewiston and burial is at 2 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to the Idaho State Veterans Home.She traveled to Europe, Mexico, Canada and extensively in the United States with her husband and children. The family would also like to thank Diana Stamper, Joyce's personal caregiver and all the staff at the Idaho State Veterans Home for the wonderful care Joyce received. 11, 1918, in Southwick, to Walter and Clara Bateman; she was the third of five sisters.Joyce went to Branson, MO, five times and loved all kinds of music, but especially Lawrence Welk and country music. Buchholz of Lewiston; son, Greg Buchholz of Bonney Lake, WA; daughter and son-in-law, Jan and Bruce Wyatt of Lewiston; grandsons, Chris and Christy Buchholz of Oakland, CA, and Jonathan and Jamie Buchholz of Seattle, WA; granddaughters, Monika Buchholz of Bonney Lake, Jennifer and Todd Clovis of Asotin, WA, and Jessica and Ryan Thompson of Lewiston; great-grandsons, Jackson Buchholz of Oakland, CA, and Cameron Clovis of Asotin; and great-granddaughters, Cassie Clovis of Asotin and Lyla Mae Thompson of Lewiston. She grew up in Southwick while helping her widowed mother Clara and her sisters, and as a young woman worked as a housekeeper in the Southwick community. Tom and Dorothy farmed in Southwick for more than 40 years and raised two daughters, Diane and Sarah.Joyce is also survived by several nieces and nephews and many good friends. She played women's basketball at Southwick High School, from where she graduated in 1937. She also helped and cared for many aging family members, including her mother and father-in-law.While their time together was short, their love for one another was obvious and genuine.
Lee is survived by his loving wife, Shirley; and his three daughters, Laura Meier and her sons, Charles and Zachary; Tammy Gerberding, her husband Bob, and their children Daniel and Andrea; and Jackye Squire.
Utilizing one last move provided by the military, Lee, Phyllis, and their youngest daughter, Jackye, moved to Moscow where he was accepted to the University of Idaho College of Law.
He and Jackye attended college together for two years, a truly rare and unique opportunity for a father and daughter.
After completing his term with the Marines, Lee then joined the US Navy, from which he retired after 22 years, as a Chief Warrant Officer 4.
Lee met Phyllis Coon in a high school math class, and in 1958 they were married. Lee and Phyllis were a powerful force working together through the years, in their family and their many contributions to their community, no matter where the military or life sent them.
She was an avid homemaker and an outstanding cook and baker.