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Obituaries for Nov. 2, 2012


Beverly Searles

Baker City, 1935-2012

Beverly A. Searles, 77, of Baker City, died Oct. 30, 2012, at her home surrounded by her daughters after a courageous 17-month battle with cancer.

 At her request, there will be no service.

In lieu of flowers, she requested to be remembered with a smile and that a balloon be released in her memory.

Coles Tribute Center is in charge of arrangements.

Ella Williams

Tacoma, Wash., 1935-2012

Ella Sutton Williams, 94, of Tacoma, Wash., a former longtime Baker City resident, died Oct. 12, 2012, at Tacoma.

Her body was cremated in Tacoma and her ashes wil be brought to Baker City later for a funeral and burial. 

Ella was born at Los Angeles in 1918. She met and married Edward Williams before he left to fight in Europe during World War II.

After returning from war Ed brought his bride back home to Baker Valley where he was raised. They were blessed with a daughter, De Ette, who was their pride and joy.

Ed worked in retail sales and Ella worked for District 5J as a cook and then as head cook at Brooklyn School. Hot nutritious food was always served with a smile.

Ed and Ella celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends before Ed died in 1998. The were best of friends and she missed him greatly.

They were both active in the Calvary Baptist Church and provided a great example of how to live their faith.

Ella spent the last three years of her life living with her daughter, Dee, and son-in-law, Rusty. She enjoyed being near her family, but missed Baker Valley and her friends and family. She especially missed her niece, Rowena, and her friend, Maxine.

Survivors include her daughter, Dee, and her son-in-law, Rusty Seaworth; grandchildren, Denny McLean and Gail Burnworth; great-grandson, Bryce, and Kim and Destiny; and many special nieces, nephews and friends.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Baker City Calvary Baptist Church. 

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