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La Verne is survived by her 5 children, Nancy (Ben) Hubbard of St.

Marie, Ronnie Davis of Glasgow, David (Mari) Davis of Crown Point, IN, Carolyn Svingen of Glasgow and Lynette Svingen of South Pasadena, CA; her 11 grandchildren, Justin Davis, Jessica Svingen, Kara (Chris) Knodel, Kent (Sheena) Hubbard, Jeremiah (Caleigh) Davis, Hollie (Axel) Modic, Matthew (Kourtney) Davis, Marcus (Katrina) Svingen, Berkley Svingen, Austin (Shyla) Svingen and Michael Uphues; 9 great-grandchildren; a brother, Melvin Lacock of Simpsonville, SC; 7 sisters, Evelyn Beil of Hinsdale, Leora Needham of Sandpoint, ID, Zella Farrell of Fort Peck, Elaine Dyer of Crestview, FL, Connie Young of Moxee, WA, Geneva Anderson of Siletz, OR and Lois Rutherford of Hinsdale.

La Verne was an avid “Ice Dawg” fan, cheering her grandkids on.

She took her cowbell to each game and let them know she was there by cheering louder than anyone else at the rink!

She travelled to as many of the out-of-town games as she was able.

While receiving her education, she worked at a local community hospital.

Her influence and impact on the people she touched is far reaching.

She probably never realized how beloved she was too many of her students.

Together David and Agnes enjoyed dancing, jam sessions, and playing cards, going on trips, and their children and grandchildren.

David was preceded in death by his parents, brother Lawrence, sisters Nellie and Bernice, and a son Gary.

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