Idamae Tussing, 95, of Prairie City, Oregon died Thursday September 3rd at the Blue Mountain Care Center. A graveside service will be held Friday September 11th at the Canyon City Cemetery at 2:00 PM in Canyon City, Oregon.\n\nIdamae Elizabeth Keohulani Tussing was born to George Sims and Annie Lindsey in Hilo, Hawaii on August 19, 1920. She attended the Kamehameha Schools. In 1959 she married Conklin Wai, and had a son. Ten years after Conklin's passing in 1965, Idamae met Edward Tussing in Hawaii while he was there providing relief pharmacy work; they married in 1975and soon after she moved to Grant County, Oregon.\n\nShe enjoyed reading, singing, being involved in activities, and always enjoyed social occasions.\n\nShe is survived by her son Richard Wai of Aiea, Hawaii, a granddaughter Shona and 5 great-grandchildren.\n\nShe is preceded in death by her parents George and Annie Sims, and he first husband Conklin Wai, and her second husband Edward Tussing.\n\nMemorial contributions may be made to the Grant County Senior Center through Driskill Memorial Chapel 241 S. Canyon Blvd. John Day, Oregon.