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+ ii: I THURSDAY, September 18, 2014 I COMMUNnY Howard cy lab. With the help of two friends, Ambush cologne and Chamberlin a pumpkin pie, they were Gone from our presence is engaged and later married a man Who was an example in 1970. After college, they of true integrity and hones- moved to Spokane where he ty. Howard Chamberlin was a loving husband, father and grandfather cherished by his family and friends and a dedicated profession- al. He was a compassion- ate man with a gentle soul and touched the lives of those he met. Howard Willis Chamber- lin Jr. was born on/(,larch 12, 1947, to Howard and Elaine Chamberlin in Tonasket. He was raised on an apple orchard in Oroville with his brother Steve and sisters Susan and Nancy, After high school he ventured off to Washington State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Phar- macy degree. He met his wife Carla "over a bunsen burner" in pharma- began his pharmacy career. He worked for his mentor Gerald Stocker at 6th Avenue Medical Pharmacy. In Spokane, Howard also became the proud father of Ryan Douglas and Jennifer Lynn. He delighted in their accomplishments and loved them dearly. Howard had a great dream. It all started back in 1965..His dream was to have his own pharmacy. He moved his fam- ily to Ephrata in 1981 to be, come the proprietor of Ephra- ta Drug, which he owned for 22 years. He was also the hos- pital pharmacist at Columbia Basin Hospital for 20 years. After selling Ephrata Drug, he continued his career at Heartland Pharmacy in Quin- cy with longtime friend Dave Manning. He treated people equally, respectfully and with- out judgment. He provided his customers with sound advice and impeccable service, all laced with a flare of humor. His retirement years were spent in Goodyear, Ariz., and Ephrata enjoying his family and friends and his obsessive passion for golf. WSU athletic teams also provided Howard with much joy and humor over the years. The highlight being the year the Cougars made it to the Rose Bowl. He liked his morning routine reading the paper and doing the Sudoku puzzle. He was also an avid western movie fan, absolutely loving John Wayne. Howard passed away Aug. 2, 2014, in Surprise, Ariz., of Multiple Myeloma (cancer of the plasma cells in the bone marrow). He will be missed by his wife of 44 years Carla Brader Chamberlin; son Ryan Chamberlin (Debi); daugh- ter Jennifer Chamberlin; his grandsons Austin Chamberlin and Alex Harvill; fiis mother Elaine Chamberlin; siblings Steve Chamberlin (Kathy), Susan Chamberlin and Nancy Brown (Pat) and two nieces and two nephews. His father Howard Willis Chamberlin Sr. passed before him in 2010. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2 p.m., Sept. 27, 2014, at the Lakeview Golf & Country Club. In honor of Howard, donations can be made to the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, 13400 East Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ, 85259. Kay Sundberg On Sept. 12, 2014 Heaven gained an angel and it will never be the same. Kay Sund- berg passed away peacefully at Central Washington Hospi- tal in the Comfort Care Unit. She was born Aug. 25, 1940, to Buckley and Maxine St. Amour in Kalispell, Mont. She married Marty Sundberg in 1957, and together they raised four children in Forks. Her love of Sunland Estates inspired her to move to Quin- cy in 1979, when she pur- chased the Spud Shed Tavern and operated it for 10 years. Kay loved life and was one strong woman. In 1990, she suffered a severe stroke and continued to fight for an ad- ditional 24 years, beating all odds. She loved people, espe- cially her children. Kay is survived by sons Gary (Dawna) Sundberg and Marty (Jo Ann) Sundberg; daughter Debbie (Allan) Mushlitz; daughter-in-law Janet Sundberg; grandchil- dren C J, Brady, Lindsey, Jill, Riley, Robbi, Stevie Jo and Kelsey; eight great-grandchil- dren; brothers Lynn and John; sister Francie and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her son Greg and her father and mother. A celebration of life service will be held at ! p.m., Th s- day, Sept. 18, 2014, at Schar- bach's Columbia Funeral Chapel in Quincy. A gathering for family and friends will be held at Quincy Moose Lodge following the service. Please leave a memory for the family or sign its online guestbook at www.schar- Scharbach's Co- lumbia Funeral Chapel is as- sisting the family. SUBJECT: "SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW JESUS" PRESENTED BY: SCOTT BEYER DAY TIME SUBJECT Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. Jesus: The Most Misunderstood October 1th Person In The World Thursday 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. To Know Jesus Is To Know God October 2"d Friday 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. To Know The Bible Is To Know October 3ra Jesus Saturday 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. To Know Jesus Is To Hate Sin October 4th Sunday 10:00 - 10:45 A.M. Conversion Is About Converting October 5th To Jesus Sunday 11:00 - 12:00 A.M.It Is Jesus' Church October 5th Sunday 6:00 - 7:00 P.M. Jesus' Jealous Heart October 5th For further information contact: Nick Nelson (509) 7874738