February 14, 2018
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Feb. 04 - Feb. 08

Feb. 04
Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at McDonald's in the 100 block of Merlot Dr. Reporting Party advised several individuals came into McDonald's and when they were told the restaurant could only accept cash due to their machines being down, one male reportedly became upset. RP stated the male approximately in his 30's, took out his cell phone and began recording the employees stating they wouldn't take his order. The male put the phone several inches away from the RP's face and then reportedly became aggressive, moving towards the RP and throwing closed fist punches. The male was restrained by his friends and removed from the building. It was reported that he was very intoxicated and could barely walk when he came into the restaurant.

Angela Shari' Hibbs
July 27, 1972 February 4, 2018

OnFebruary 4, 2018 Angela Shari' Hibbs fought her last battle with cancer and found peace in the arms of her savior, Jesus Christ. Angela was born on July 27, 1972 in Ukiah California. She was the daughter of David and Sharon Bull of Grandview, WA. She worked at Prosser Memorial Hospital for more than a decade. Angie loved her "work" family and they loved her back.
Angela touched many lives during her short time with us. Angie did not judge, she had an open heart, accepted anyone and everyone and she loved even bigger.
Angela is survived by her two sons Anthony Shane Hibbs and Jesiah Samuel Hibbs. Angie's boys were her pride and joy. They gave her the strength to fight and never give up. She also is survived by her parents David and Sharon Bull, brothers Shane (Candice) Hibbs, David (Flor) Bull, Josh (Sarah) Bull, sister Sarah (Brandon) McEntire, aunts, uncles, and her amazing nieces and nephews.
Angela was proceeded in death by grandparents Isacc and Wilma Hibbs, Charles and Lenora Hill, Zane and Loraine Bull and her uncle Darrel Hill.
Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations can be made in Angela's name Memorial Hospice and Home Care, 302 South 10th Avenue,Yakima WA 98902
Kathleen Ann Mack
November 25, 1952 January 29, 2018
Kathleen Ann Mack was welcomed into the Kingdom of Heaven on Monday January 29th, 2018.
Kathy was born on November 25, 1952 to James and Barbara Grover in Long Beach, California. She married the love of her life, John Mack, on March 17, 1982. They lived in Nevada, California, and eventually made their home in Prosser, Washington. They loved spending time together and nothing made them happier then camping throughout the summer.
Kathy was a devoted and loving mother. She was very proud of her family and absolutely loved being a grandma. She also looked forward to her annual "sister time" with her beloved sister Laurie during her birthday month every year.
She was a devoted member of the Grandview Church of The Nazarene, where she lead a women's bible study for many years. She found great joy in praying for and mentoring others. Her kindness and warm smile will be remembered by everyone she encountered. She will be missed by all that knew and loved her.
Kathy was the beloved wife, of almost 36 years, to John Mack. A devoted mother to Amber Bowden (Brandon), Scott Mack, and Kelly Crowder (Travis). A loving grandma to Hayley, Madison, Wesley, Aiden, Brayden, Connor, Logan, and Hunter. And an incredible sister to Laurie Fo.
Her devotion to her family and her firm belief in God supported her in her fight and ultimately gave her peace. A celebration of life service for Kathy will be held at the Grandview Church of The Nazerene in Grandviewat 2:00pm on February
Stephen (Bill) Wayne Murphey
July 12, 1925 - February 3, 2018

Stephen Wayne Murphey, better known as Bill, passed away while surrounded by his family on February 3, 2018, at the age of 92. Bill was born on July 12, 1925, in Culdesac, Idaho to Steven and Vera Murphey. Bill was raised and graduated from High School in neighboring Craigmont. In 1943, Ollie Achison, Bob Crouter, and Steve Murphey along with their families moved from Idaho to Prosser to start a local feed store. They named the store ACM after the families. During this time Bill and his brothers Vic, Jim, and Bob were serving in the Army and after they were discharged in 1945 they headed to Prosser to be with their families and work at the store. At a local dance, Bill met Mary Louise "Mickey" Schut and on April 2, 1950, Bill and Mickey were married. Together they worked at the feed store and eventually raised three boys William, David, and Rick. In 1975, ACM was sold until just a few years later when Bill, along with Don Evans, Sr. and Darwin Crosby bought it and renamed it M&E Seed and Grain Company. Bill continued to work there until just a few years ago when his health finally forced him to retire. Bill was a hard-working family man who will be greatly missed.
Bill is survived by his wife of 67 years, Mickey, and his three sons, Bill and wife Donna, Dave and wife Kecia, Rick and wife Jane. He is also survived by 12 loving grandchildren, many great grandchildren and he even had a few great great grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother Victor and sister Rita Smith. Bill was preceded in death by his parents Steve and Vera, his brothers Clayton James and Robert, and sisters Maxine and Lita.
There will be a memorial service held on Saturday, February 17th at 1:00 p.m. at the Prosser Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (330 Nunn Road, Prosser WA). This will be followed by an open house at the Prosser Senior and Community Center (1231 Dudley Avenue, Prosser WA).