Clift, Harlond Benton 'Darkie' b. August 12, 1912 d. April 27, 1992 Major League Baseball Player. He spent 12 seasons in the major leagues as a third baseman with the St. Louis Browns and Washington Senators. He made his major league debut on April 17, 1934 and appeared in his final major league game on September 20, 1945. In 1937 he was selected as an American League All-Star representative, and was considered one of the greatest fielders of his era. He established major league records for double plays and assists during the 1937 season that remained unbroken...[Read More] (Bio by: Nils M. Solsvik Jr.) Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA Plot: Remains Cremated
Hill, Knute b. July 31, 1876 d. December 3, 1963 US Congressman. Elected to represent Washington's 4th District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1933 to 1943. He was defeated in 1924. Member of Washington State House of Representatives, serving from 1927 to 1933. Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA
Hollingbery, Orin Ercel 'Babe' b. July 15, 1893 d. January 12, 1974 College Football Coach. Head football coach at Washington State University from 1926 to 1942. He compiled a record of 93 wins, 53 losses and 14 ties during a 17 year coaching career, including a 24 to nothing loss to Alabama in the 1931 Rose Bowl. He led the Cougars to nine consecutive unbeaten home seasons beginning in 1926. He coached the West to a seven to nothing win in the inaugural East-West Shrine game played in San Francisco on December 26, 1925, and served as either the head coach or...[Read More] (Bio by: Nils M. Solsvik Jr.) Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA Plot: Mausoleum, Sanctuary of Reflection, Crypt 28F
Holmes, Otis Halbert 'Hal' b. February 22, 1902 d. July 27, 1977 US Congressman. Born in Cresco, Howard County, Iowa he would at the age of thirteen move to Walla Walla, Washington with his parents, where he would attend the public schools and be graduated from Whitman College in 1923. He taught High School for a year and then was on the faculty of Central Washington College of Education at Ellensburg before and again for twelve years after completing his education at Columbia University in New York City in 1927. He taught at Columbia for two years, after...[Read More] (Bio by: D C McJonathan-Swarm) Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA Plot: Blk 3.
Pomeroy, Jim b. November 16, 1952 d. August 6, 2006 Professional Motorcycle Racer. A native of Sunnyside, Washington, Pomeroy was the first American to win a World Championship Motocross Event (the FIM International Motocross Race). He became the winner when he rode his Bultaco Pursang to victory at the 1973 250cc Spanish Motocross Grand Prix. At a time when European racers dominated the sport, Pomeroy's victory created a news media frenzy back in the United States. Other highlights of Pomeroy's career include, being the first non-world champion...[Read More] Terrace Heights Memorial Park, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA Plot: Section 34, Blk 35.