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If you have any information regarding the next of kin for these individuals, please contact the Coroner’s Office at the above information.
A photo ID will be required of any individual obtaining remains.Unclaimed Remains Unclaimed remains are remains of a deceased person that have not been claimed by their family.The care of these remains has been left to Walla Walla County, through the Coroner's Office. In an effort to locate the families of these individuals the Coroner's Office is providing lists of both adult and infant unclaimed remains.These lists are updated monthly to remove claimed remains.Information about these individuals is not readily available other than their date of cremation.It is assumed the date of their death would have been in preceding week.
The Walla Walla County Coroner's Office possesses remains dating back to the 1940's and as recent as 2012.
Through the help of the College Place VFW #466 the Office has identified nine veterans on the unclaimed remains list.
These veterans received burial with honors at the Washington State Veterans Cemetery.
Todd has a long history at Walla Walla Vintners, dating back to 1999 when he began helping during crush.
His father, Rich Bernave, was one of Vintners original team members, working over 16 crushes and counting.
Once Todd started to work the pad alongside his dad, he couldn’t seem to get enough.