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During this time her favorite adventures included going out for breakfast and on long drives, which she did with her oldest son, Donald.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father; her sisters and brother, Lillian, Doris, Oscar Jr. She moved to Wenatchee, WA, with her family when she was three years old.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Blanch and George Collins; sister, Elizabeth Milton; and her son, Timothy L. Manuel 'Manny' Phillip Villalobos Jr., a warrior, veteran and strong Nimiipuu of the banks of the Clearwater River in Cherry Lane, passed away surrounded by his loved ones Thursday, Dec. He served two tours as a pathfinder in the Vietnam War, and later re-enlisted into the U. One of the highlights of his life was participating in local CVMA rides to support charitable causes like the annual Toys for Tots run, as well as various state and national meets.
7, 2017, after courageously battling health complications. Manny was known to be a hard worker and took pride in the work he did.
In 1925, when she was 8, they moved to Orofino in a rubber-tired, covered wagon drawn by their team of work horses.
Over the next few years, they moved several times, and ended up living up Elk Creek on the North Fork of the Clearwater River, where she went to school until she graduated from the eighth grade, which was the highest grade that was available in those years in that rural area. In 1940, Clark was killed in a hunting accident, leaving her a widow at the age of 23.
In addition to being a proud Nimiipuu fisherman, he was dedicated to his work and was passionate about the preservation and protection of salmon.
Most of her life was devoted to her three sons, giving them a sense of pride for who they were and instilling in them a proper respect for the strong woman that she was.
She especially enjoyed time spent with her family and friends. Betty is survived by her beloved husband, Freddy Davis of Clarkston; daughters, Rachel Turner of Caldwell, Angela Jones and Jessica Ray, both of Clarkston; son, Steven Davis of Wenatchee; sisters, Marie Poirier of Wenatchee and Eloise Pierce of Clarkston; brothers, George Collins of Weippe and Earl Collins of Lake Wenatchee. The group includes veterans, with membership growing to 54 members.
WA; sister-in-law and special friend, Ann Bowlin; as well as two grandsons, two granddaughters, three step-granddaughters and two great-granddaughters. The bond of brotherhood played a very important part of his life.
and Delores; her first husband, William Clark Jenks and second husband, George Eugene Smith; and her youngest son, George Lee Smith, who preceded her in death by just one week. They later moved to Cashmere, WA, where she graduated from Cashmere High School in 1965.
She leaves behind a legacy of smiles and laughter that will never be forgotten. Betty was a member of several square dance clubs in Germany and Georgia.