Pamila N. Emmerich-Moya, 75, died August 14, 2004. Services were held in Spokane, Washington. Emmerich-Moya was the youngest of three daughters born to Mildred Singer Burker and Calvin Bunker of Medford, Oregon. She and her sisters were raised on a farm in Forest Grove, Oregon.

Emmerich-Moya married David O. Moya on July 26, 1955 in Ontano, California. She and her husband moved to Joseph in 1968 and ran their family restaurant, the "Little Bavaria", now known as the "Old Town Cafe". She also owned and operated the "Hob Knob" jewelry store. Her husband preceded her in death in 1992. She had five daughters and one son: Pamila Martin of Latah, Washington, Michele Wright of Boise, Stephane LaChance of Joseph, Miguel Moya of Boise, Juana O'Phelan of Portland, and Shawna Patterson of South Jordan, Utah. She was blessed with 13 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

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