Omak High School Alumni

Omak, Washington (WA)

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In Memory Of
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Bill Hendrex
Bill Hendrex
Class of 1968
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Donald C Flint
Donald C Flint
Class of 1946
(Passed date unknown)
Donald C Flint, class of 1946, passed away last month. He represented Omak at the First Annual Inland Empire Tennis Championships and surprised the large Spokane schools by winning both the mens singles and mens doubles events. He also lettered in football and track. After tours of duty in the Navy at the end of WW-II and again in Korea, he took both bachelors and masters degrees from Stanford University. He enjoyed a long career in Seattle as an aerospace-communications engineer, and joined his old Omak classmates at the 50th reunion a few years back. He is lovingly remembered by family and friends.
Ed Churchill
Ed Churchill
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1937 - 1985
Eddie Thronson
Eddie Thronson
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1937 - 1978
Gary Farnsworth Haines
Gary Farnsworth Haines
Class of 1968
Passed May 29, 2004
Gary Haines and Susan Walton were married June 21,1971 and continued to complete their college degrees from Washington State University. Gary's Degree was in Forestry and his first job after College was with the Couer D'Alene Tribe of Idaho inventorying timber lands and developing small mill and business entities. Moving to Alaska in 1978, Gary was instrumental in the Native Claims Settlement Act which coordinated a cooperative company for several Native Groups. Gary and a computer writer spent several weeks on Afognak Island and Kodiak hammering out a computer program that produced a sustainable logging plan for all native groups. He cruised timber and oversaw logging operations on Afognak Island and establishing "stump to dump" sites throughout southeast Alaska. This is where Gary and Susan became born again Christians. Gary loved the hunting and fishing lying at his doorstep! Moving South to Spokane, he partnershipped three stores of the first Take and Bake Pizzas. Relocating in the Cle Elum area, Gary worked for Weyhauser and Plum Creek. Like a gypsy, Gary moved to Olympia, WA and worked for Tumwater Lumber Company until his death in 2004. Gary corrageously fought cancer for two years and was a testimony to his church, associates in the timber industry,friends and family. Known for his happy countenance and whistling in high school, he was the same fun-loving person throughout his life and affectionally called by his associates as "good guy Gary."
Gary Freel
Gary Freel
Class of 1968
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
George Batten
George Batten
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1937 - 1955
Harold Torrence
Harold Torrence
Class of 1968
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Janice Burdette
Janice Burdette
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1937 - 1986
Janice Parkman
Janice Parkman
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1936 - 1992
Jeanne Roberts
Jeanne Roberts
Class of 1968
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
John "jay" Stalder
John "Jay" Stalder
Class of 1968
Passed Jan 26, 1969
(no additional information)
Katherine Perry
Katherine Perry
Class of 1968
Passed Apr 14, 1968
(no additional information)
Larry Brown
Larry Brown
Class of 1968
Passed Apr 23, 1972
(no additional information)
Larry Schindler
Larry Schindler
Class of 1961
(Passed date unknown)
Visited with Larry in 2011 at our 50th class reunion - he died the following year, I think.
Michael J. Mcneil
Michael J. McNeil
Class of 1963
Passed Aug 13, 2011
The city lost a longtime businessman, a home-grown boy and a well-known personality throughout the county.
Michael McNeil, 66, died of a heart attack Aug. 13 at Mid-Valley Hospital.
He had owned McNeil Floor Covering from 1975-2009 after his father. Mike died doing what he loved, his family said: attending Stampede and dancing with his wife.
McNeil is survived by his wife Colleen; siblings Steve McNeil of Tumwater and Jan McNeil of Seatte; children Jerrod McNeil and Jessica Johnson, Jason and Darby McNeil, Jessica and Jeremy Clapp of Edmonds, Jacki and Michael Cornelius; grandchildren Delaney and Carson McNeil, Kyleigh and Kelcey McNeil, Katie and Stella Clapp, and Jarah and Trapper Cornelius.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Vi and Jim McNeil; and sister Cathy Lavery.
Nathan James Cain
Nathan James Cain
Class of 1978
Passed Feb 27, 2010
My 13 year old son, Nathan, died February 27, 2010 while cross country skiing in the mountains. He was lost for three days while Search and Rescue could not locate him. He was a wonderful kid and I miss him terribly.
Robert W. “rob” Lucas
Robert W. “Rob” Lucas
Class of 1961
(Passed date unknown)
Died earlier in 2017.
Shelah Denece Dunlap
Shelah Denece Dunlap
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
1935 -1980
Sherry Burdett
Sherry Burdett
Class of 1969
Passed Sep 16, 2018
(no additional information)

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Omak High School Classmates

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Class of '00

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