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Bob is survived by his son, Bill; two daughters-in-law, Teresa and Beverly, both of Spokane; two grandsons, Jackson and Christopher; two granddaughters, Melissa and Wendy of Spokane; and five great-grandchildren, Ethan, Mason, Malia, Joci and Trenton.Graduating from Yakima High School in 1955 he learned the auto-body trade and moved to Burns, OR, where he met and fell in love with Audrey Vignery.
December 20, 2017 will forever be a day to remember and will never be the same again.Roger and Audrey eloped and married in a wedding ceremony in Winnemucca, NV on April 29, 1956.Their marriage lasted for 18 years when they decided to call it quits as a married couple, but their love for their children kept them well connected and in their later years they were the best of friends who still cared deeply for each other.Roger will also be fondly remembered by his six grandchildren, Bobby, Asia, Aaron, Eric, Rachael, Brandon and Colton; two great-grandchildren, Alex and Gavin.Roger is also survived by his brothers, Bud and Rick Fisk of Tieton, WA .He enjoyed good Westerns and reading of the history of the Pacific Northwest.
He never lost his love of being out-of-doors where he could be found getting wood, mushroom hunting and panning for gold with his good friends and his companion Ellen.
Her family moved during World War II to Seattle, WA, where her brothers worked in the shipyards and she worked in a shoe store.
Norma's family moved back to Lewiston at the end of the war, and it was during this time she met and married her first husband, Karl Taylor. They divorced, and Norma married Lloyd Fauver in December of 1949 in Lewiston.
She loved baking for her large family and her children's friends.
She is still remembered by a few of these friends for her cookies.
An early Jeep enthusiast, Roger spent a lot of time at hill climbs and backwoods trails no matter what the weather might be, rain, hail and snow were not a deterrent to him.