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Soon after, they moved to Pierce, where they raised their family.While in Pierce, Millie was active in her church and the PTA. Coast Guard, where he was stationed in Long Beach, CA, and Antarctica.Following his divorce, he met Diana Lee Jahn at the Deseret Press, where they were both employed, and they were married Jan. Ed and Diane came to Moscow to visit his sister, Dee Driskill (former mayor of Moscow), and they fell in love with the Palouse and moved to Moscow in August 1977. He went on to work part time at the Lewiston Tri-State Outfitters.She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Selma and Edd Kovar, and Walter and Gladys Messley. Thursday at the First Christian Church, 840 10th St., Clarkston, with the Rev. The family asks that any memorial donations be made to St. After graduation, Ed was married and started a family in Salt Lake City. Ed worked for various auto dealerships in the area before settling into a sergeant role at the Idaho Department of Correction in Orofino, where he worked from 1991 until his retirement in December 2009. 3, 1947, in Wilmington, DE., to James and Doris Driskill. He moved often as a child, spending time in Colorado and eventually settling in Salt Lake City, UT, where he graduated from Hillcrest High School in 1966 as a National Merit Scholarship finalist in art. He served until he was injured in a freak accident that led to an honorable discharge in 1969.For decades and as long as his health allowed, Brian was a devoted and active member of St. He was also a member and leader in many organizations including the Lion's Club; VFW Post 3296 where he served as chaplain for several years; Knights of Columbus and past president of the Clearwater Historical Society. While Brian enjoyed all of his service activities, his hobbies and lifelong friends brought him particular joy.
Steve's wife Denise, their two sons, Brandon (wife Emily and children Maria, Eve, Alaia) and Ryan (wife Melinda and son Theo) and Don's wife Velma will also greatly miss Brian. They raised three boys while he worked as a freight agent for the Camas Prairie Railroad in depots up and down the rail line.
Ed is survived by his wife of 42 years, Diane Driskill; his sister, Dee Driskill, and her husband, Peter, of Gig Harbor, WA; his brother, Darrell (Charlene) Driskill of Arvada, Colo.
CO; and his son, Ed (Kelly) of Moscow, and their four children, Ava, Jack, Jemma and Henry.
In November of 1941 he joined the Army Air Corp and he served his country until Dec. He apprenticed in Walla Walla, WA, and it was there he met and married the love of his life, Marie.
In 1954, Brian had the opportunity to buy a small sheet metal shop in Orofino.