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July 26, 2017
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Obituary
Thomas "Tom" Dullum
December 27, 1935 - June 25, 2017
Thomas "Tom" Dullum went home to be with the Lord on June 25, 2017 in Kennewick, Washington at the age of 81.
Tom is survived by sisters Myrt McMahill of Fredericksburg, Texas and Berta Bennett (Ron) of Prosser, Wash.; Children: Kathleen Turner of Post Falls, Ida., Richard Dullum (Rachel) of Snohomish, Wash., Robin Porter (Paul) of Kennewick, Wash., Tamera Merlo (Pete) of Roswell, New Mexico, Thomas Dullum, Jr of Mount Vernon, Wash., and Megan Dullum McCombs of Prosser, Wash.; 11 Grandchildren and 18 Great-Grandchildren.
Tom was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Donna May, great grandson Nolan Jeffrey Pearson, and both parents Hartwick and Blanche Dullum of Prosser, Wash.
Tom was born to Blanche and Hardy Dullum on December 27, 1935 in San Francisco, Calif. As a child, the family lived in California and Oregon before moving to Prosser, Wash., in 1948. Tom graduated from Prosser High in 1954.
He served in the Army and upon his return to Prosser, he joined the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and continued his education at Columbia Basin College in Pasco.
He worked as a union carpenter or carpenter supervisor until retirement.
Tom worked on major construction projects in Washington, New Jersey, and Louisiana. He met Donna while working on Rocky Reach Dam in Wenatchee, Wash., where they married Nov. 14, 1959.
Tom was a gifted carpenter and enjoyed working with his tools.  After he trusted the Lord as his Savior, in 1975, he began a 40-year journey - adventure of helping churches with their building needs wherever he lived or traveled.  These states include Washington, New Jersey, Louisiana, Colorado and New Mexico.
Tom and Donna played cribbage each day for over 30 years to keep their minds sharp.
They loved to travel with their family and had opportunities to visit the British Isles, Western Europe, much of Canada, and most of the United States. Tom realized a longtime goal of visiting Alaska last September.
Celebration of life will be Saturday, July 29 at 11 a.m. at Friendship Baptist Church in Prosser, Wash., with Pastors Pete Merlo and Ryan Oswalt officiating. A reception will follow.
The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneralhomes.com
The Traffic Safety Commission is Dedicated to Zero Traffic Fatalitites by 2030
Olympia - On Sunday, July 23, 2017 Washington's Driving Under the Influence of Electronics (E-DUI) Act will go into effect. Drivers can no longer hold their phones while driving, and use of hands-free devices will be restricted to a single touch.
Fatalities from distracted driving increased 32 percent from 2014 to 2015 in Washington, and 71 percent of distracted drivers engage in the most dangerous distraction, cell phone use behind the wheel. With the passage and signing of the E-DUI Act, the governor and legislature are taking action to address this rise in traffic-related deaths.
"The Traffic Safety Commission is dedicated to reducing traffic fatalities to zero by 2030," said Darrin Grondel, director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC).
Vehicle Theft in Prosser on Byron Road
On Tuesday at about 6 p.m. hours the Benton County Sheriff's Office responded to a Theft of Vehicle report. 
Deputies contacted Luis Heriberto Diaz of Yakima reference the vehicle he was driving being stolen.  Mr. Diaz reported he was driving a green, 1996 Honda Civic that he had borrowed from his friend, Beatriz Zuniga. Mr. Diaz said he had vehicle problems and parked the car on the south side of the Gibbon Road Overpass at about 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday and when he returned to pick it up it was ...
Residential Burglary in Finley
Finley - On Tuesday at 6:30 hours the Benton County Sheriff's Office responded to a call on East Perkins Road for a home burglary. 
The resident reported he returned home at about 2:15 p.m. and discovered the backdoor of the house had been forced open.  Several items belonging to him and his roommate had been stolen from the residence. 
A description of a silver sedan that had seen at about 12:45 p.m. as the homeowner's roommate was leaving the residence was obtained.  The homeowner recognized the description of the vehicle as belonging to the son of a friend.  The owner of the silver sedan was identified as 18-year-old Kyle Lewis Howard of Kennewick.