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OBITUARY

DORA GLEE FIELDS

Dora Glee Fields, 73, of Granger went to be with her parents on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010.

She was born Dec. 4, 1936 on McPherson Ridge in Idaho to Earl and Iona (Kyle) Monroe.

Glee, as she liked to be called, went to school in Kooskia, Idaho, where she met Edwin Fields, a member of her class in 1949. They started dating in 1953, and later married on Oct. 1, 1956 and were married for 53 years.

Edwin started working for the rail-road in 1956. They moved from place to place until their first child, a daughter was born in 1959. They moved to Grandview in 1960, where a second daughter was born in 1962.

They lived in Harrah from 1963 to 1967. Then they bought their forever home in Granger.

Mom and dad raised cattle for 20 years. Glee raised flowers and had a large garden that fed many.

She loved to sew and do art projects. Glee loved her flowers and kept our lives full of color.

She is survived by the love of her life her husband, Edwin Fields of Granger; two daughters, Tammie (Randall) Williams of Grandview and Lisa (Gary) Dunn of Yakima; two grandsons, Ryan (Heather) Livingston of Yakima and Eric (Jen) Livingston of McCleary; and three great-grandchildren, Hailee Livingston, Zackery Livingston, Lillian Livingston and soon to be Blake Livingston.

Glee was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Iona Monroe; and other members of her family.

Those wishing to honor Glee's memory may contribute to Lower Valley Hospice.

The care, love and professionalism shown to our Momma the past two years have been greatly appreciated.

A memorial funeral service will be held Tuesday, March 16, 2010, at 1p.m. at Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside.

Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside is in charge of arrangements.

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