Delores Willig 85, Kooskia\nDelores was born in Stites Idaho March 14, 1934. To Mathias\nMcConivile and Grace Kash Kash. Delores Attended Native Boarding Schools\nthroughout the Northwest, and later attended Lewis Clark State College she\nstudied criminal justice. \nShe worked varies jobs around the region including the Nez\nPerce Tribe as a surveillance officer at the IT'SE-YE-YE CASION in Kamiah until\nretirement. \nDelores loved to hunt and fish with her kids and grandkids\nshe would fund various trips. She loved to go out and enjoy watching her\ngrandkids play sports as they were growing up. She would always talk about how\nmany grandkids she had and wasn't able to attend all the games.\nDelores was also active in the JOM program in the Clearwater Valley Schools in the 90s. Mom also loved all her TV programs mostly wrestling and just about any sport playoff game there was.Mom would tell interesting stories about her travels throughout the United States. Mom would donate to various charities.\nShe is survived byChildren: Betty Kinser, David Steffy, and Randy Willig. Delores is proceeded in death by her daughter Carrie Broncheau. Grandson Darreall Miller, Granddaughter Samantha Fignani.\nGrandkids: Robert, Brent, Snuff, Scott, Kalz, Davo, Augie,\nCesalli, Emali, Lance, Mathias, Jordan, Shamika, and Simon.\nServices will be 11:00 AM Saturday May 18, 20019 at Trenary\nFuneral Home in Kooskia. A dinner will follow at The Kooskia Community Center.