Rosburg, Wash., resident, 93

Mary Cecil Uker Kimball, 93, of Rosburg, Wash., died Saturday, July 8, 2006, in Astoria.

She was born to Herbert and Anna Summers March 7, 1913, in Indiana. She grew up in Park Rapids, Minn.

She married Lawrence Uker, who preceded her in death, in the 1960s. They lived in Madras.

She married Harry Kimball in Grays River, Wash. He preceded her in death in the late 1990s.

Mrs. Kimball is survived by one son, Jerald Uker of Twin Falls, Idaho; a daughter, Bonnie Uker Brady of Pacifica, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Darlene Kapron of Longview, Wash., and Joyce Magnison of Naselle, Wash.; a stepson, Ronnie Kimball of Bagley, Minn.; a son-in-law, Blair Brady of Rosburg; and many grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her stepson, Claude Kimball.

There will be a celebration of life from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. 6, at the Rosburg Hall, 20 Rosburg Community Hall Road, in Rosburg.

At her request, she will be interred in Madras with her first husband.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rosburg Wednesday Seniors Lunch Group, 210 Loop Road, Grays Harbor, WA 98621.

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