BROOKINGS, Ore. — Services were scheduled late last week for Ray Nidiffer, a co-founder of C&K Markets here, who died after having been hospitalized with knife wounds after what police had said was apparently a murder-suicide attempt. A “public celebration of the lives” of Nidiffer and his wife, June, were also scheduled. June Nidiffer, 80 — who had advanced Parkinson's disease and macular degeneration, according to a company spokeswoman — was found stabbed to death March 15 at the ...
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