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Joan never forgot to mail the perfectly selected card in recognition of birthdays.
Alexis was born June 24, 1980, in Orofino, to Susan Elaine Graham and Cyrus Ray Bittleston.
She is survived by: a brother, Tom (Diana) Green of Bothell, WA; a sister, Diana Schoeffler of Lewiston; a son, Gary Kroupa (Lisa and grandson Aaron age 13) of Elko, NV; a son Stacy Kroupa (granddaughter Madisyn age 6) of Elko, NV; and a daughter, Jodi Nelson (Eric and grandsons Hunter age 9 and Maddox age 6) of Wheat Ridge, CO.
Joan attended grammar school at Orofino Elementary and high school at what was most recently known as the Orofino Junior High School.
In 2003, Hud and wife Connie bought the Elk River Lodge and General store in Elk River, during all of which he still continued to take family and friends on many outdoor adventures.
Through all of this somehow the mountain man became an integral part of the small community, joining the volunteer fire department, backup ambulance driver and a member of search and rescue team.
He was always an avid hunter and fisherman while working as a carpenter and also a truck driver but always dreamed of moving west.
In 1989 he packed up and moved to Montana to live and work for outfitters in the wilderness, where he became well known for his guiding skills.
In high school he was a star athlete in both football and wrestling.
After high school Hud enlisted in the United States Army in 1968 and was honorably discharged in 1971.
The couple celebrated 60 years of marriage last September.
Paul worked for IBM as an engineer for 32 years and was President of Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International in Pocatello.
She graduated in 1957 and attended Kinman Business College in Spokane, WA.