Our beloved wife, mother, nana, and G.G. was suddenly called home. Sandra Kathleen Coleman (Blowers) was born July 19, 1951, in Yakima, WA to Rose Blowers and Wayne H. Carnes. She was adopted at age 5 by grandparents, Hazel, and David Blowers. She attended high school at AC Davis, class of 1969. In 1971, Sandi married her soulmate, Kenneth Curtis Coleman of Anacortes, WA. While Ken was serving in the Air Force in Minot, ND they welcomed their two children. After their years of military service, Sandi and Ken went to work for the Naches Ranger Station. After 30 years of service, she filled her time with family, friends, quilting, and at the age of 55 got the urge to buy her first Harley Davidson. Motorcycles gave her an amazing and beloved circle of friends who soon became family, alongside her many years as a member of the Vintiques where Ken and Sandi proudly displayed their ’37 Chevy. Family was everything and that was evident in the pride she showed for her son and daughter.
Kenneth “Ken” Edwin Kidd was born October 13, 1948 in Spokane, Washington. He passed away on April 29, 2019 in Yakima, Washington. He graduated from Yelm High School in 1968. Ken owned and operated Ken’s Clock Repair in Yakima, Washington.
Ken is survived by his wife, Ruth, daughter, Kelly Kidd (David Wallen), sister, Janet (John) Jones, and brother, David (Elizabeth) Kidd.
Martin Curtis Thacker left this world on September 7, 2017. He is now with the love of his life, his wife, Daray. Martin was born December 21, 1946, to Curtis and Tess Thacker. After attending A.C. Davis High School he was drafted into the Marines. He was wounded in Vietnam and returned home. His military decorations were as follows: Purple Heart, National Defense Ribbon, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with one star and the Good Conduct Medal. Martin was very proud of being a Marine, and as such he was active in the Marine Corps League until his health prevented him from attending. He was also a member of the Yakima County Sheriff Citizen Patrol along with his wife Daray.
Beverly Joan Hoffman died April 14, 2019 from a long struggle with Corticobasal Degeneration.
She was born April 18, 1938 in Wagner, South Dakota, coming to Washington in 1949. She met and married Dale Hoffman in 1970.
She enjoyed camping, golfing, and after retiring, motor-homing South for the winter with friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, one brother, and daughter, Debra. She is survived by her husband, Dale Hoffman, sisters, Myrna and Carol, daughter, Pamela, son, Michael, stepdaughters, Tara, Amy, and Mandy, and grandchildren.
Daniel Leon Naasz, 64, passed away at his home in Hesperia, CA on October 12, 2016. Daniel was born September 11, 1952 in Yakima, WA to Harold and Jackie Naasz. He attended Auburn High School and graduated in 1970. He began his career at BNSF Railway in 1977 where he worked in 9 states and Canada and retired from in July 2012.
In 1974 he welcomed his first daughter, Brandi. He married Sharon in 1978, having two more children, Kelli in 1981 and Kiel in 1988. Dan made his home in Yakima, WA where he lived until 2009 when he moved to California.