May 27, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Sheriff's Log

Blair Emery Cleaver
May 17, 2015
"For this child I have prayed, and the Lord granted the deepest desires of my heart." 1 Samuel, 1:27-28.Blair Emery Cleaver was born May 17, 2015 at 11:33 am at Evergreen Medical Center in Kirkland.Blair's parents, Kelby and Leslie Cleaver, of Prosser, Washington, and twin sister Emery, were blessed with a short time to forever fall in love before Blair left this world for her Heavenly Home.Blair is loved and missed by her parents Kelby and Leslie Cleaver, and twin sister Emery; Maternal Grandparents Mack and Gail Brown of Prosser, Paternal Grandparents Wesley Auston and Debara Jean Cleaver of Hermiston, Oregon. Great-Grandmothers: Ora Vaught of Prosser, Maxine Brown of Prosser, Hilda Elizabeth Blair of Pendelton, Oregon, and Bernice Yvonne Cleaver of Hermiston. Aunt and Uncles: Darrel and Adie Brown of Kennewick; their children Cyndal and Nolan Brown, Wyatt and Jamie Cleaver of Hermiston, and their daughter, Makayla Cleaver.
Private graveside services will be held at the Prosser Cemetery. Condolences can be sent to
Marilyn A. Sizemore
April 28, 1927 May 20, 2015
Marilyn A. Sizemore went to be with the Lord on May 20, 2015 at her home in Grandview, WA. She was born in Gillette, Wyoming on April 8, 1927 to Alva and Bertha Butler.
She married Lenzie Sizemore on June 17, 1950 in Prosser, WA. They moved to Caldwell, Idaho, where theyworked and livedon a ranch.
Lenzie and Marilyn had four children and they were very active in their lives and activities.
Lenzie built a Conestoga Wagon that he and Marilyntook on many trips with their friends to the Anderson Ranch on Rattlesnake Hills, Bickleton, and Giffin Lake to name a few.They enjoyed going camping in the mountains at Conrad Meadows with all their friends and family, taking the horses and wagons. Later they purchased a cabin on Chinook Passwhere theyspent many many weekends with friends and family.
Marilyn enjoyed cooking for everyone who came to their home. Everyone knew you could expect a good down home cooked meal when going to their house. All friends who came to their house became family. Family was alwaysnumber one. Marilyn also enjoyed quilting, sewing, crocheting, and making dolls. She loved gardening, putting puzzles together and flowers.
She was one of the first employees of Benton PUD and worked there for many years. She also worked for the Benton County Auditor's Office in Prosser. Lenzie and Marilyn lived in Prosserfor 40years.Laterthey movedto Bickleton, Goldendale, and currently reside in Grandview.
Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, and her brother, Wayne Butler.
She is survived by her husband, Lenzie Sizemore; her son, Jim and wife, Nancy (Kayser); daughter, Janice Baze; son, Jay and wife, Joy (Jensen); and daughter, Judy and Bud Stanton; her grandchildren, Stacy Sizemore Wells and her husband, Ryan; Travis Baze and his wife, Taryn; Will Sizemore and Kelli Willis; Wade Stanton and his wife, Danielle; Justin Baze and his wife, Jessica; Jody Stanton; CoriSizemore Kane and her husband, Mark; and her great-grandchildren, KateyJaySizemore, Dock Baze, Callie Stanton, Kryssa Baze, Kayser Kane, Reese Kane, Teagan Baze, AdaLynn Baze, Westin Sizemore and soon to join us, Hadley Stanton; and her niece, Sharon Butler.
There will be a Celebration of Life on June 7, 2015 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm at 545 Southwest Bennett Ave, Prosser, WA. Bring your favorite down home cooked dish.  You may leave an online message of condolence for the family at

Louise M. Lauby
Sept. 7, 1919 May 16, 2015
Louise M. Lauby, 95, died peacefully at her home, with her family at her bedside.
Louise was born in Mt. Angel, Ore., the youngest child of Theresa and John Stecklein, who emigrated from Austria-Hungary in 1903 and settled in Mt. Angel.
The little boy in elementary school who chased her in his little red wagon eventually caught her. In 1948, Louise wed Anthony W. Lauby, just before his discharge from the U.S. Army Air Corps. They were married 59 years, until Tony's death in 2008.
They were loving parents to four girls and taught them well, especially in generosity and helpfulness.
Louise was a stay-at-home mom; the house was always warm and welcoming when her daughters arrived home from school.  She was an excellent seamstress, enjoyed gardening, and was strong in her faith.
After Tony's retirement in 1979, they built their home on six acres outside Prosser. They enjoyed gardening, travelling and camping. The yearly highlight was their grand-daughters' summer visits. The girls listened to war stories from Grandpa and home-front stories from Grandma, and shared their love of Big Band music.
After Tony's death, Louise was the center of the universe for her multi-generational family. Her home became the hub for reunions, celebrations, and weddings. She embodied our hopes, dreams, and family history. She held us together and helped us laugh.
Louise is survived by four daughters, Barbara and husband, Jim Macica, of Prosser; Patty Romero and husband, Larry, of Spokane; Gerry, of Prosser; and Mary Anne and husband, Jim Yount, of Sequim; three grand-daughters, Maria Romero and partner, Aaron Rinn, of Seattle; Katie Macica and husband, Ben Bilton, of Chicago; and Vanessa Romero and husband, Caleb Lowrey, of Benton City; and nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and her four sisters and three brothers.
The Rosary will be said Friday, June 5, at 9 a.m., at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Prosser, followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Inurnment will take place in August at the Mt. Angel cemetery.