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Enoch D. Roberts, daughter Sabina (Roberts) Snider, son Charles S. Roberts
"Carl FLEETWOOD's parents were Leslie Valentine and Ina Jane HEIER -FLEETWOOD who lived in Evans and Colville, Washington and had 6 sons and 2 daughters. "
Leslie Glen Fleetwood, a longtime resident of Marcus, passed away at his home on Feb. 14, 2016. He was born on April 28, 1934, the second oldest of eight children, to Leslie Valentine and Iva Jane (Roberts) Fleetwood.
Glen was raised and attended school in Ione, Kettle Falls, Colville, Marcus and Cheney, Washington. In 1952 he joined the Washington Air Force National Guard and served until 1957. He continued to serve as a reserve until 1960.
In 1957 he married Mildred Iris Shove Smith and together they had three children, Edward Thomas, Richard Paul and Daniel. Glen worked at Taylor Edwards Warehouse in Spokane for many years. He then transferred to Pacific Fruit for Burlington Northern Railroad (where he retired).
Mildred passed away in 1988 from the results of a car accident. Glen was also injured and suffered from the effects for the remainder of his life. Several years later he moved to Alaska, which was a great highlight of his life.
In 2000 Glen married Verna Strause and that union brought three more step-children.
He had a great love of the outdoors, from ranch work to hunting and fishing. Glen was interested in anything that had to do with airplanes and spent many hours flying. While living in Alaska, he tried his hand at gold-panning. He also enjoyed working on classic cars and playing cards.
Glen attended the Columbia River Bible Church and was baptized in 2009. This was a very great part of his life. The most precious thing to him was his family and his Lord, which he loved with all his heart.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Charles "Bill" and Carl Fleetwood; sons, Richard and Daniel Fleetwood.
Glen is survived by his wife, Verna Fleetwood; son, Edward Fleetwood (Barbara); brothers, Don Fleetwood, Richard "Dick" Fleetwood, Lawrence "Jerry" Fleetwood; sisters, Bonnie Leoni, Madeline Yelm; step-children, Elmer Frostad, Chris Frostad, (Pam), Mickey Frostad (Roxanne); five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; four step great-grandchildren.
The funeral service for Mr. Fleetwood was held Feb. 20 at the Columbia River Bible Church (Kettle Falls), A private family committal was held Feb. 22 at Greenwood Memorial Terrace in Spokane. 4
Charles W. Fleetwood passed away Feb. 20, 2014, at Life Care Center in Lewiston. He was 81.
Charles was born July 9, 1932, in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, to Iva Jane Roberts and Leslie Valentine Fleetwood. He worked in the mines of northern Idaho as a youth with his father. After a term in the U.S. Army he started driving a truck, which became his lifelong career.
After being discharged from the Army, Charles married Dorothy Sly in 1950, and they had five children together. They divorced in 1966. He later married Ila Leach in 1969 in Portland, Ore., and they divorced in 2003.
Charles was an avid fisherman and hunter, fishing everywhere he could and hunting across northern Idaho.
Charles is survived by his children, Peggy Benson of Caldwell, Dale and Nancy Fleetwood of Caldwell, Sandy Fleetwood of Wyoming, Val and Kathy Fleetwood of Clarkston, and Bill VanNatta of Lewiston; six siblings, Don Fleetwood of Bonners Ferry, Leslie Glen Fleetwood of Marcus, Wash., Bonnie Leon of Wasilla, Alaska, Richard Allen Fleetwood of Spokane, Madeline Rose Yelm of Parma, Idaho, and Lawrence Gerald Fleetwood of Anchorage, Alaska; as well as numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother, Carl Fleetwood, a month prior to Charles; and by Dorothy Sly, who passed in October 2013.
Services will follow in the spring in Colville, Wash.
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