In 1962, the company became the local distributor for Coors beer, and what started as a one-man operation had grown to six full-time employees.When he moved back to Lewiston after college, in addition to taking over the family business, Mike also started dating the love of his life, Arlene R. Knowing that Arlene worked at the local swimming pool, Mike would drive by in his red convertible with hope of getting the chance to talk to her.Bob passed away doing what he loved - riding a bike.
Bob was a generous, caring man who loved his family, friends and people in general.
He wanted everyone to know and share the love he had for his Lord, Jesus Christ.
We can just picture him riding his new bike along the levee of the River of Life in heaven with his Savior.
A memorial service to celebrate a life well lived will take place at 2 p.m.
Bob had a huge heart and love for people and very much wanted them to know the love of Jesus.
He and Faye went on several mission trips to Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Czechoslovakia, where he shared the message of God's great love for all of us.
Wednesday at Cross Point Alliance Church, 1330 Powers Ave., Lewiston. Rudy grew up on the old family farm in Elizabeth, CO, until he was 14 years of age at which time the family moved to California.
As Bob had a special place in his heart for young people, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Young Life, 923 Sixth St. He graduated from Santa Maria Union High School in 1940. Shortly after, at the age of 21, while being a city transit bus driver, he met a 16-year-old, named Peggy Lou, soon thereafter they married.
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Bob was born to Guy Tyson and Gladys Pierce Tyson Yearout in Spokane, WA, and attended school and graduated from St. Because of his love of music and talent with most any musical instrument, Bob went on to finish his bachelor's and then master's degrees from the University of Idaho in music education in 19.
Happy family: Alina and Vicki (left image) in 1989 and twin sisters Vicki and Valerie (right) in 1997.