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Eileen M. Dorsey

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 12 at the Episcopal Church of St. James in Lincoln City for Eileen. M. Dorsey, 79, who died Wednesday, May 2. 2001.

Eileen was born March 16, 1922 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She moved with her parents, Vance and Nellie Todd, to Vancouver, Wash. in 1925. She graduated from Old Fort High School in 1941.

Eileen married Roy Dorsey in Vancouver, Wash. in 1954. He preceded her in death in 1979. They had five children ­ David Dorsey of Portland, Craig Dorsey of Mill Valley, Calif., Tom Dorsey of Bothell, Wash., Roy Dorsey of Snohomish, Wash., and Todd Dorsey of Gresham.

Eileen moved to Lincoln City in 1954. She worked as a secretary for Lincoln City School District for 18 years, primarily at Oceanlake Elementary. After her retirement from the school district, she did not stay idle for long, working as a courier for The News Guard for many years.

In addition to the devotion to her family, Eileen had a strong commitment to giving back to the community. She had a great love for helping kids and the elderly; had a passion for sports, playing softball in her younger years and dedicating 36 years of volunteering to the Lincoln City Little League. This service included coaching, umpiring, running the concession stand and serving on the Little League Board of Directors. In 1993, a new field at Kirtsis Park in Lincoln City was christened "Dorsey Field" in her honor. She also was active with the Kiwanis Club, Lions Club and the Soap Box Derby.

Eileen was recipient of the Lincoln City Woman of the Year award in 1989 for her volunteering spirit. She love sports of all kind and was an avid Trail Blazer fan. She also loved her cats and her cars, especially those convertibles.

In addition to her sons, Eileen is survived by 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made to the Lincoln City Little League or to the Eileen Dorsey Library Fund at Oceanlake Elementary, 2424 NE 22nd, Lincoln City, OR 97367.

Vivian J. Franz

Vivian Jean Franz, 79, of Beaverton, died Thursday, May 3, 2001 of natural causes.

She was born March 27, 1922 in Portland, Ore., raised and educated in Portland, graduating from Lincoln High School. In 1944 she married Arthur J. Franz who preceded her in death in 1996.

Besides being a homemaker she had worked as a bookkeeper for Woodard's Auto Parts in Lincoln City for several years until her retirement in 1987. Vivian had lived in Salem from 1955 to 1960 and from 1970 to 1990 in Lincoln City, returning to Beaverton in 1990.

Surviving are her sons, Douglas Franz of Beaverton and Roger Franz of Sacrament, Calif.; her daughter, Susan G. Franz of Tigard; and four grandchildren, Ashlie, Megan, Jennifer and John Franz.

Public funeral services were held Tuesday, May 8, at Riverview Abbey Funeral Home Chapel in Portland who handled the arrangements. Interment followed at Riverview Abbey Mausoleum.

Remembrances are suggested to be mailed to the Legacy Harp Therapy Program, P.O. Box 3426, Portland, OR 97208.

Jewel Keenan

Jewel Keenan, 82, of Otis, died Friday, May 4, 2001, of multiple sclerosis in Newport.

Jewel was born Oct. 15, 1918 in Garland, Kan., and was a graduate of Winifred Montana High School.

In 19458, she married Norman Keenan, who preceded her in death in 1990. She worked for Newberry in Salem for many years, retiring in 1978. She enjoyed crocheting, sewing, embroidery and traveling.

Surviving are are sister, Doris Miller of Lincoln City, and a nephew, Donald Phillips of Las Vegas, Nev.

There will be no services, with interment at Pacific View Memorial Gardens in Lincoln City.

Bateman Funeral Home in Newport handled the arrangements.

Bryce W. Bernhardt

Bryce William Bernhardt, 70, of Lincoln City, died Thursday, April 26, 2001.

Mr. Bernhardt was born Feb. 19, 1931 in Chicago, Ill. to John and Bernice Weber Bernhardt. He married Fay Magsig Sept. 8, 1956 in Arlington, Va.

They moved to the Lincoln City area in 1998 from Falls Church, Va. after Bryce retired from Fairfax,Va.

Bryce was an award-winning photographer.

He loved gardening and the banana cream pie from Hilltop Inn restaurant.

He was a well-known race driver, won several races in his red British Allard, and was a member of numerous pit crews, making lifelong friends from all over.

Bruce was a kind and gentle man known for his sense of humor. He was a loving husband and father and was dedicated to his friends and family.

Surviving are his wife, Fay Bernhardt of Lincoln City; his sons, Clete (Maria) Bernhardt of Beaverton and Terry (Brigitte) Bernhardt of Palm Harbor, Fla.; as well as a grandson, Shaun Bernhardt also of Palm Harbor, Fla.

A military service is planned at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va. at a later date.

The family suggests contributions be made to North Lincoln Hospice in Mr. Bernhardt's memory.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, is handling the arrangements.

Victor L. Hamilton

Victor L. Hamilton, 82, died Monday, April 16, 2001 in Lincoln City.

He was born Dec. 4, 1918 in Franklin, Nebraska to Grace and Rollie Hamilton. Victor married Thelma Grable Dec. 7, 1947 in Vancouver, Washington. They moved to Lincoln City after his retirement from Publishers Paper Company.

Victor was active in Union 50 Club, Cutler City Community Group, Eagles and Elks where he called bingo for many years.

Surviving are his wife, Thelma "Punkin" Hamilton, sister Lucille Franz, and daughter Sherry Burke

His sister, Viola Weyer, preceded Victor in death.

A memorial service was held Saturday, April 21, at BPOE Oceanlake Lodge.

Mary Aufmuth

Mary Aufmuth, 87, died Tuesday, April 7, 2001 at her home in Lincoln City.

Mary was born Sept. 18, 1913 in Mount Angel, Ore. to Joseph and Lena Hoffelner. She married Joe Aufmuth on March 7, 1931 in Hillsboro, Ore. They moved to Lincoln City in 1966 after Mary retired form her work at the A-1 Delicatessan and Joe from the hardware store.

Mary Aufmuth is preceded in death by her husband, Joe, and their sons, Robert Aufmuth; her brothers, Joe, George and John Hoffelner, and sister Helen Livingston.

Surviving are her nieces Jane Scott of Portland and Patricia Ruminski of Colton, Calif.; nephews Jerry Hoffelner of Portland and Richard Livingston of California; sister-in-law Mary Ellen Hoffelner of Springfield, Ore. and many grandnieces and grandnephews.

At the decedent's request there will be no formal services. A memorial gathering will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 27, at the lodge of IOOF, corner of SE Oar Avenue and 14th Street in Lincoln City.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Meals on Wheels or Senior Companions of Lincoln City.

John Beavers, Sr.

John Beavers, Sr., 82, died Friday, April 20, 2001. He was born March 4, 1919 in Dallas, South Dakota to Charles and Filena Harrison Beavers.

John married Winifred Wynia on June 6, 1941 in Butte, Nebraska. John and Winnie had five children. The family moved to the Portland area in 1956 where John was an auto mechanic and welder; he then maintained a Christian Guest Camp in Banks, Oregon.

In 1977 John and Winnie moved to Panther Creek to retire. He was active in volunteering for the Panther Creek Road and Water Districts, and helping senior citizens.

Surviving are his wife, Winnie, of 59 years, in Otis; his sons, John Jr. (and Sharlene) of Forest Grove, Ore.. Kenneth (and Sharon) of Milwaukie, Ore., Ralph (and Debra) of Otis; daughters, Margaret (and Raymond) McClelland of Banks, Ore., Gladys (and Michael) Stark of Cornelius, Ore. 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; one brother, James of Portland; three sisters, Eleanora Vakiner and Belva Serr in Gregory, South Dakota and Lavina Kenner of Winner, South Dakota.

Preceding John in death were his parents, four brother and three sisters.

A private family services will be held. Omega Cremation handled the arrangements.

Alexander J. Souply

Alexander J. "Bud" Souply, 77, of Sheridan, Ore., died Sunday, April 22, 2001 in Sheridan Care Center.

He was born June 28, 1923 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, the son of Alexander and Agnes Vester Souply.

As an infant, "Bud" came to Oregon. He worked as a mail room supervisor for the Division of Continuing Education. He wrote a column called "Canned Soup" in the humor column for The Lincoln Log in 1980. Bud resided in Lincoln City from 1971 to 1993, when he moved to Sheridan.

On July 7, 1986, he married Janice Reynolds in Lincoln City. His hobbies included computers, playing the organ, and classical music. He loved to write and wrote a novel.

Survivors include his wife, Janice of Sheridan; a daughter, Kim Isham of Mesa, Ariz.; sons, Kelly Loomer of Phoenix, Ariz., Kevin Loomer of Walla, Walla, Wash. and Kevin Souply of Lincoln City; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

At the decedent's request, no services will be held, with private family interment.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Northwest Medical Team, c/o Macy & Son Funeral Directors, l35 N. Evans, McMinnville, OR 97128-4682. Macy & Son handled the arrangements.

Jeannette S. Walker

A memorial service for Jeannette S. Walker of McMinnville was held Friday, April 20, 2001 at the chapel of Macy and Son Funeral Directors in McMinnville.

Mrs. Walker, 81, died Sunday, April 15, 2001 at Willamette Valley Medical Center. She was born Sept. 10, 1919 in Montrose, Mo., the daughter of George and Orlette Schiller. Jeannette attended high school in Montrose and Nogales, Arizona. After graduation she attended the University of Arizona, majoring in business administration.

During World War II Jeannette worked for the U.S. Corps of Engineers in Washington, D.C. and Big Springs, Texas. In 1945 she moved to Los Angeles and started a 20-year career in the retail music business as manager of the Steinway Piano Concert and Artists Dept. of Penny-Owsley Music Co.

The roster of the Steinway piano artists with whom she worked in Los Angeles included Alfred Brendel, Artur (cq) Rubenstein, Van Cliburn, Leonard Pennario, Peter Nero, Rudolph Serkin, Vladimir Horo-witz, John Browning, Lili Kraus and Roger Williams.

In 1967, she and her husband, newspaperman William Walker, moved to Bakersfield, California and they both switched careers. She headed public relations for a local hospital and then served as director of fund-raising and public relations for the American Cancer Society; he taught journalism at Bakersfield College.

In 1986, the couple moved to Oregon and built an ocean-view home north of Neskowin. Their move to McMinnville came in 1996 where she became active in local PEO programs and often played the piano for meetings. She was a charter member of the Gourmet Section of the Newcomers Club.

Jeannette enjoyed bridge, gin rummy, nature, music and traveling, and spent nearly a year in Europe on different trips.

Surviving are her husband, William, whom she married in 1949; a niece, Sylvia Simpson Burton of Little Silver, New Jersey; and two grand nephews and two grand nieces.

She was preceded in death by her sister, Hildegarde Simpson.

Memorial contributions are suggested to PEO Scholarship, Chapter Y, c/o Macy & Son Funeral Directors, 135 N. Evans, McMinnville, OR 97128-4682.

Paul E. Conley

Paul Edward Conley, 50, died Friday, April 13, 2001 at his home in Lincoln City.

Paul was born Nov. 25, 1950 in Indianapolis, Ind. to Maurice and Martha Mows Conley. He married Doris Robinson March 10, 1982 in Indianapolis. They moved to Lincoln City in 1998 after he retired from the Indianapolis Police Department with 25 years service, attaining the rank of sergeant. He served two tours inVietnam with the U.S. Navy and received the Medal of Bravery.

Mr. Conley is survived by his wife, Doris Conley; his daughters, Paul, Mary and Elizabeth Conley, all of Lincoln City; his brothers John and Timothy Conley and his sister Sara Norman, all of Indianapolis, Ind.; and his "special family members," Eddie, Matilda, Taco and Joey, all who love and will miss him dearly.

Visitation for friends and family will be from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at Pacific View Memorial Chapel in Lincoln City.

A funeral service will be celebrated at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at St. Augustine's Catholic Church in Lincoln City, with burial to follow at Pacific View Memorial Gardens, Lincoln City, with police honors.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel is handling the arrangements.

Roy H. McDonald, Sr.

Roy H. McDonald, Sr., 90, of Lincoln City, died Thursday, April 12, 2001.

Mr. McDonald was born April 18, 1910 in Mill City, Ore. to Orlo G. and Elsie Morgan McDonald. The family moved to Otis and the Lincoln City area in the early '50s from Fossil, Ore. Roy was affectionately known as the "Mayor of Otis." For more than 40 years he owned the Otis Garage where he operated "Sweet Thing."

Surviving are his wife, Nelda McDonald of Lincoln City; his daughters, Carol Pippin of Albany, Ore., Sharon Jones of Lebanon, Ore. and Janis McDonald of Monmouth, Ore.; his sons, Orlo McDonald of Portland, Ore. and Roy McDonald, Jr. of Kernville, Ore.; 8 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Ivan McDonald and Chet Morgan.

Graveside services were held Tuesday, April 17, at Pacific View Memorial Gardens, Lincoln City.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Zachary T. Mullins

Zachary Thomas Mullins was born prematurely on April 8, 2001 in Lincoln City to parents Richard and Carrie (Shuping) Mullins of Redmond, Ore. Zachary died April 10, at Emmanuel Hospital in Portland.

Besides his parents, survivors include grandparents, Rudy and Debora Shuping of Lincoln City, and Charlene Robinson of Redmond and Rick Mullins of Shelton,Wash.; five great-grandparents, four aunts and one uncle; numerous great-aunts and uncles and great-great aunts and uncles.

Memorial services were held Saturday, April 14 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Redmond, with private burial at Redmond Memorial Cemetery.

Autumn Funerals of Redmond handled the arrangements.

Jackson H. Patterson

Jackson H. "Pat" Patterson, 85, of Neskowin, died Friday, April 13, 2001.

Born the son of Jolin and Margaret (Gallraith) Patterson Sept. 14, 1915, in Winnipeg, Canada, Pat had been an Oregon resident for more than 75 years. He attended Lincoln High School in Portland and was a long-time member of Gospel Hall Church in Portland. Pat had worked as an industrial chemical salesman before retiring in 1977. He was a member of the Elks lodge and is fondly remembered as a man who loved to visit ­ friends, family, anyone who wanted to sit and chat.

Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Gretchen Patterson of Neskowin; his sister, Mary Dudrey of Portland; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Charles Patterson and his sisters Grace Miller and Sadie Patterson.

At the decedent's request there will be no formal services, and interment will be held in private at the Ocean View Abbey Mausoleum in Astoria. The family asks, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the charity of choice c/o Waud's Funeral Home, 1414 Third St., Tillamook, OR., 97141.

Della M. Berry

Della Myrene Berry, 73, of Longview, Wash., died Saturday, March 31, 2001, at St. John's Medical Center.

Ms. Berry was born Nov. 2, 1927, in Harlan County, Neb., to Everett and Fern Berry. She left Nebraska in 1952, moving to Lincoln City, then to Kodiak, Alaska, retiring in 1980. She returned to Lincoln City and lived here until moving to Longview last year. She enjoyed playing cards and crossword puzzles.

Survivors include a brother, Dale Berry of Minden, Neb.; a sister, Lois Jean Shenneman of Kearney, Neb.; and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding her in death was her close friend of many years, Mary Herndon.

At her request, no service will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Home Health and Hospice, P.O. Box 2067, Longview, WA 98632.

Green Hills Memorial Gardens handled the arrangements.

Roland J. Kaufman

Roland J. (R.J.) Kaufman, 79, of Lincoln City, died Friday, April 6, 2001.

Mr. Kaufman was born Jan. 22, 1922, in The Dalles, to Tolbert J. and Mildred Fridley Kaufman. He moved to Panther Creek in 1977 from Portland, where he had worked for the Sealy Mattress Company for 27 years, then moved to Lincoln City in 1989. He had been in the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

R.J. is survived by his brother-in-law, Harry Carlisle. He was preceded in death by his wife, Teresa M, Kaufman, who died July 11, 2000.

No services are planned at this time. Disposition is by cremation.

Jose E. Lopez

SPC Jose E. Lopez, 24, died Friday, March 30, 2001, in a car crash while stationed in Hawaii.

Jose was born May 21, 1976 on the east coast, attended middle school in Salem, Ore. and graduated from Taft High School in Lincoln City in 1995. He had been in the U.S. Army for the last four years, recently promoted to a specialist. He enjoyed dancing, fishing, fast cars, and all military activities.

He is survived by his son, Clayton Lopez, age 6, of Corvallis; a brother, Anthony Lopez; and nephews Eurie and Euclide Nunez and Isiah Lopez of Salem.

A full military burial was scheduled in Florida last week.

Hilda W. Schoen

Hilda W. Schoen, 78, a resident of West Linn and Lincoln City, died Monday, April 2, in Portland.

Hilda was born April 22, 1932 in Evansville, Indiana, the daughter of Walter and Anna Henzie Ludwig. She graduated from Reitz High School in Evansville. She married Joe Schoen, Jr. on July 4, 1952 in Evansville. They lived in Chicago, Illinois from 1952 until 1953. Hilda graduated after attending Indiana State University and then completing her college degree at the Chicago Teachers College.

They have lived in West Linn since 1977 and in Lincoln City part time since 1970, spending time at their Devils Lake home.

Hilda had her own business in Portland ­ an antique specialty store.. She loved gardening and had flowers, tomatoes, and others in her yard. She enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren.

Surviving are her husband, Joe, Jr. of West Linn; son, Joe III of Portland; daughter, Mary Sue Schoen-Clark of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; brother, Edgar W. Ludwig of LaGrange Park, Illinois; sister, Marion Chamberlin of Dunkirck, Maryland; along with five grandchildren, Robert, Grant, Christina, Camrick and JoshAnn.

Private family services were held. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, in care of Bollman Funeral Home, 694 Main St., Dallas, OR 97338.

Sharon L. Warner

Sharon Lee Warner, 54, of Otis, died of lung cancer Tuesday, April 3, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis.

She was born Feb.13, 1947 in Moline, Ill. to James C. and Mary (Glazier) Warner, and attended school in Lyndon, Ill. After graduation from high school, Sharon attended airline school in Minneapolis, Minn; later she went to work as a secretary for Hines Lumber Co. in Chicago, Ill.

She was married in 1968 and had a son, James Michael Ewen, born May 4, 1969.

In 1972, Sharon moved to Tucson, Ariz., lived there for nine years and worked for Lucky's Food Chain. In 1991, she moved to the Oregon coast and worked various places, including at Chinook Winds Casino from its opening until her health prevented her working. She enjoyed fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding and animals.

Surviving are her son, James Michael Ewen of Tucson, Ariz.; her parents, James C. and Mary Warner of Tucson, Ariz.; a brother, James J. Warner of Oregon, Ill.; sisters, Connie Mattson of Sterling, Ill., Sue Warner of Lebanon, Ore., Vicky Warner of Otis, Priscilla Palacki of Tucson, Ariz., and Monica Hyde of Philomath; and one grandson, Andrew James Ewen of Tucson, Ariz.

Memorial services were held Friday, April 6, at the Skyline Assembly of God Church outside Scio, with Pastor Duane Roth officiating.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society or the Humane Society, c/o McHenry Funeral Home, 206 NW 5th St., Corvallis, OR 97330.

McHenry Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

Larry J. Beatty

Larry Joe Beatty, 59, of Otis, died Wednesday, March 28, 2001 of natural causes.

He was born March 15, 1942 in Wellington, Kan., and graduated from high school in Corbett, Ore. He spent 23 years and 8 months in the U.S. Army, achieving the rank of first sergeant.

Mr. Beatty was a member of the BPOE #1886 Lodge, Lincoln City.

He retired from Grahn's Construction and the National Guard in Newport.

Surviving are his sons Ricky A. Beatty of Ventura, Calif. and Timothy J. Beatty of Otis Ore.; daughters, Lisa M. Rodriguez of Lincoln City and Anna L. Beatty-Miller of Troutdale, Ore.; sisters Pat Mershon of Troutdale, Ore., Mary Westlake of Burns, Ore. and Helen Reese of Redmond, Ore.; a brother, Norman Beatty of Troutdale, Ore.; ex-wife, Helen Beatty of Lincoln City; and 10 grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Jackie Beatty, in 1980.

A Celebration of Life and potluck will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 7, at Wapiti Park.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Julie A. Carver

Julie Ann Carver, 25, of Cloverdale, Ore., died Saturday, March 31, 2001 in Portland after a long battle with myeloid leukemia.

Julie was born Nov. 2, 1975 in Portland to Gerald Carver, Jr. and Valery Hicks. She lived in Portland until she was 14, moved to Cloverdale and graduated from Nestucca High School. She worked at the Chinook Winds Casino in Lincoln City for four years, eventually becoming a blackjack dealer. Julie was a loving and devoted mother to her daughter Brianna, enjoyed her family, and is remembered as a good, kind friend. She enjoyed reading, working at the casino, and loved her two horses.

Surviving are her daughter, Brianna Dawn Hunter; mother Valery Hicks of Cloverdale; father, Gerald Carver, Jr. of Portland; a brother, Gary Carver of Portland; a sister, Diane Carver of Lincoln City; a grandmother, Geraldine Burton of Cloverdale; and by many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 5, at Oretown Bible Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Brianna Hunter Memorial Fund at Washington Mutual, c/o Waud's Funeral Home, 1414 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141.

Ivan A. Dent

Ivan A. Dent, 94, died Friday, March 30, 2001 at his home in Willamina, Ore. He was born July 28, 1906 in Hopewell, Ore. to Robert and Nellie Davis Dent.

In 1920 Ivan moved from Hopewell to Willamina and attended Fendall School. Graduating from Willamina High School in 1926, he attended Pacific University and Oregon State University. He started farming in1933.

In 1938 Ivan married Olevia Reeder in Salem, Ore.

Mr. Dent helped form the Willamina Rural Fire District and was chairman of the board of directors for 42 years. He also served on the board of the Willamina School District, Yamhill County Soil Conservation Service, Farmers Co-op Creamery, Sheridan Grain Company and the Sheridan Rodeo Board. He was a member of the BPOE Lodge #1283.

Ivan rode in the Sheridan Canter Club, was on the drill team for the Yamhill County Sheriff's Posse, advisor for Willamina High School's agriculture class and named Honorary Farmer in 1983, 1985 and 1993 by the Willamina FFA. He was named Soil Conservation Service Man of the Year in 1978; named Outstanding Livestock Man for Yamhill County Livestock Association in 1979; received the Willamina First Citizen Award in 1986 for his long-time service to the community.

Surviving are his daughters, Linda Hutchison of Amity, Ore. and Carol Rush of Lincoln City, Ore.; five grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

Preceding him in death was his wife, Olevia Dent; three grandchildren, Jackie Rush, Deven Hutchison and Lisa Hutchison; two brothers, Robert Dent and Roy Dent; and three sisters, Neva Allen, Edith Johnson and Erma Dent.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, at Macy & Son Funeral Directors in McMinnville, with Rev. Kenneth Spicer officiating. Interment to follow in Buckhollow Cemetery in Willamina.

The family suggests memorials to Fendall School Recreation Fund, c/o Macy & Son Funeral Directors, 135 No. Evans, McMinnville, OR 97128-4682, or Health Dynamics Hospice, c/o Macy & Son.

Roberta R. McCoy

Roberta Ruth McCoy, of Lincoln City, died March 24, 2001 at the age of 75.

Mrs. McCoy was born Sept. 21, 1925 in Long Beach, Calif. Her maiden name was Hazelton. After attending boarding school in China prior to World War II, she attended Eagle Rock High and Biola University. Marrying W.H. McCoy in 1946, they lived in Bremerton, Wash., Hermosa Beach, Calif., Medical Springs, Ore. and Coeur d'Alene Idaho where she retired from a career in banking.

She had "discovered" the sleepy seaside community of Lincoln City in the 1970s and came out to vacation every year until she moved here in the late 1980s.

Survivors include daughters Rosanne Anderson, Sally Haynes, and Tina McCoy; son Richard McCoy; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister Wanda Humble; brother Talbert Maynard; uncle Jim Goodson, Jr., and numerous other relatives.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances are suggested to the Oregon Humane Society, SPCA or Cat Adoption/ Feral spaying program, phone 541-265-6610.

Wennie Payne

Wennie Payne, 80, of Depoe Bay, died Saturday, March 17, 2001 in Lincoln City.

Mrs. Payne was born March 16, 1921 in Auburn, Ga. She worked for Venice Maid Co. of Vineland, N.J. for 21 years from where she retired and moved to Oregon.

Surviving are her daughter, Sue De Martino and son-in-law Daniel of Depoe Bay; her sons, Charles and James Payne of Roseburg, Ore.; her sisters, Jessie Holman of Fairton, N.J., Beth Conner of Lilburn, Ga. and Evelyn Roebuck of Auburn, Ga.; her brother, Perry Harrison of Auburn, Ga.; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Flowers, memorials, gifts and contributions may be sent to Marvin Padgett, 1107 State Highway 77, Bridgeton, NJ 08302.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Jan DeHaan

Jan DeHaan, 88, of Lincoln City, died Sunday, March 18, 2001.

Mr. DeHaan was born Aug. 7, 1912 in Hilversum, Holland to Abraham and Wilamina (Denys) DeHaan. Jan served in the Dutch Air Force for 24 years, and was part of the Dutch Underground in World War II.

His employment included an auto mechanic in Detroit, Mich., service manager for Chrysler in Detroit, factory representative for Peugeot, and self-employed, owning DeHaan's Automotive in Beaverton, Ore.

Jan enjoyed working on cars, working outside, fishing, and he loved animals. He was also interested in the history of World War II.

Survivors are his wife, Theodora DeHaan of Lincoln City; his son, Rene DeHaan of Beaverton; his daughter, Marijke Frederick of Lincoln City; as well as four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Remembrances may be made to World War II Memorial (American Battle Monuments) Commission, P.O. Box 96766, Washington, DC 20090-6766, and also to the Lincoln County Animal Shelter.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Julia A. Taylor

Julia Anne Taylor, 61, lost her courageous three-year battle with cancer on Sunday, March 18, 2001.

Julia was born Jan. 21, 1940 in Boise, Idaho to Neil and Elaine Clark. She was the eldest of seven children and spent her childhood living in many locations, including Panama, as her father's career progressed in the U.S. Army and the Red Cross. She married Marvin G. Taylor in Fort Huachuca, Ariz. in 1958.

Her children, Karen Taylor Phelps, Jeff Taylor and Cliff Taylor were born in Phoenix, Ariz. The family later moved to San Diego, Calif. and then Tigard, Ore. In 1984, Marv and Julie moved to Depoe Bay, Ore., where they lived for 10 years before settling in Nampa, Idaho in 1994.

Surviving are her parents, Neil and Elaine Clark of Boise, Idaho; her husband, Marvin Taylor; and their three children, Karen and Steve Phelps of Nampa, Idaho; Jeff and Betsy Taylor of Hopkinton, Mass., and Cliff and Suzanne Taylor of Vancouver, B.C.; brothers and sisters, Susan King, Neil Clark, Jr., David Clark, Marv Clark, Pam Clark and Steve Clark; eight grandchildren, Andrew, Christopher, Emily and Zachary Van Stone and Katie, Jack, Scott and James Taylor; four nephews and six nieces.

Funeral services were held Friday, March 23, 2001 at the Portland First Church of the Nazarene, with vault interment at Sunset Hills Memorial Park.

The family suggest any memorial contributions be made to the Karcher Children's Ministries, P.O. Box 978, Nampa, Idaho 83653.

Lillian F. Hodgdon

Lillian (Zebris) Hodgdon, 78, died Thursday, March 22, 2001 in Lincoln City.

She was the beloved wife of the late Donald Hodgdon; the daughter of the late John and Constance Zebris of Lowell, Mass.; the sister of the late Bertha Stann of Florida; and the sister of the late Frank Foster of New York City, N.Y.

Lillian was born in Lowell, Mass. and was educated in the Lowell schools, graduating from Lowell High School and Newton's Academy of Hairdressing. She lived for many years in Hollywood, Fla., working in banking. Lillian was a graduate of Boston School of Art. She retired to the Depoe Bay area.

Lillian was also a member of St. Augustine's Catholic Church in Lincoln City.

Surviving are a niece, Irene of Washington and two nephews, John Stann of Florida and Lenard Stann of Virginia.

She leaves many friends from her neighborhood and the Lincolnshire Assisted Living Facility. She enjoyed making greeting cards for her friends and family.

There are no services planned at this time. Disposition was by cremation.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Bobby L. Huggins

Bobby L. Huggins, 68, died Monday, March 26, 2001 of cancer in Portland, Ore.

Mr. Huggins was born Aug. 16, 1932 in Dalton, Ga. and served in the U.S. Air Force. As a civilian he was a machinist at Boeing, retiring in 1992. On June 5, 1971 he married Kristine Maybelle. Bobby was an avid bowler, sports enthusiast and a self-taught musician.

Surviving are his wife, Kristine Huggins; four children and six step-children; brothers Ernest Huggins, John Huggins and Doyle Huggins, all of Dalton, Ga.; a sister, Ruth Pippen, also of Dalton, Ga.; 18 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28, at Zeller Chapel of the Roses in Portland, with burial at Willamette National Cemetery.

The family suggests remembrances to the American Cancer Society.

Anna M. Hunter

Anna M. Hunter, 78, of Lincoln City, died Sunday, March 25, 2001.

"Annie" was born May 14, 1922 in New York City. She married Russell Hunter in 1942, and they returned to his home town of Depoe Bay upon his discharge from the U.S. Navy in 1946.

Surviving are her husband, Russell Hunter; daughter and son-in-law Carol and Thomas Thornbrue; grandson Jack "Jay" Watne, Jr. and his daughter Mariah Ann Watne; grandson Bradley Watne and his wife Ruth; and Annie's brother Edward Frey of Pennsylvania.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Depoe Bay Fire Department in Annie's name.

Private services have been held, with disposition by cremation.

Mary A. Carlson

Mary Ann Carlson, 89, died Monday, March 12, 2001 in Lincoln City.

Mrs. Carlson was born Feb. 26, 1912 in Prairie du Chien, Wis. to Charles and Mary (Lucas) Mickel. Mary moved to Portland in 1941, the year her late husband Walter Trapp died ­ they married in 1930.

While residing in Portland, Mary became a member of the Violin Bottle Club. She later met Floyd Carlson whom she married in 1954. Floyd died in 1981. Later, in 1991, Mary moved to Lincoln City where she resided until her death.

Surviving are her sons and daughters-in-law, Eugene and Florisa Trapp of Seattle, Wash.; Walter and Johanna Trapp of Portland, Ore.; and Roger and Karen Stahl of San Francisco, Calif.; her daughters and sons-in-law, Charlotte and Cy Johnson of Prairie du Chien, Wis.

Also, Joan and Chuck Crouch of Lincoln City, Ore.; and Mary and Robert Phillips of Ridgecrest, Calif.; her sisters, Margaret Bernardi of Springfield, Ore., and Grace Middleton of Gold Beach, Ore.; 25 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.

A funeral mass was held Thursday, March 15, at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Portland, with internment following at Lincoln Memorial Park.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Nola M. Davis

Nola Mae (Carr) Davis, 79, died Saturday, March 10, 2001 in Sheridan, Ore. She was born Dec. 10, 1921 in Niobrara, Neb.

On Aug. 25, 1954 Nola married Dave Davis in Stevenson, Wash. She loved gardening, fishing, hunting and her family.

Surviving are her husband, Dave Davis of Sheridan, Ore.; daughters Beverly Osborne of Otis, Ore. and Diana Coddington, Grand Ronde, Ore.; a brother, Lenny Carr of Rose Lodge, Ore.; sisters, Beverly Carlson of Clatskanie, Ore. and Margie Morningstar of Grand Ronde, Ore.; seven grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Private family services were held, with Adamson's Inc. of Sheridan handling the arrangements.

Marvin S. Epstein

Marvin Sydney Epstein, 71, of Lincoln City, died Tuesday, March 14, 2001.

Mr. Epstein was born Jan. 26, 1930 in Portland, Ore. to Phillip and Mollie (Pivak) Epstein. He moved to Lincoln City in 1955 at 25 years of age. While residing in Lincoln City, Marvin became and established and well-known member of society.

He was one of two remaining charter members of the Lincoln Pops, a member of Whistlin' Dixie and Leama's Band at the Logs. Mr. Epstein was also one of the past presidents of Theatre West as well as an active member until his death. He was also involved with the Coast Antique Shops of Lincoln County.

Surviving are his wife, Judith Anne Epstein of Lincoln City; his son, Matthew David Epstein of Beaverton, Ore.; his two daughters, Deborah Rose Dale of Boca Raton, Fla. and Tamarah Beth Prange of New Haven, Ind.; as well as his brother, Gerald R. Epstein of Denver, Colo.; and five grandchildren.

Mr. Marvin Epstein will be remembered by his great sense of humor as well as his great love and devotion to his family and friends.

Arrangements by Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City.

Joyce A. Kuntz

Joyce A. Kuntz, 61, of Lincoln City, died March 14, 2001, from cancer, after leading a full and joyous life.

She is survived by her husband Ed Kuntz of Lincoln City, daughters Tracy Pfeiff and Babette George; sons Lon, Shawn, and Aaron LeSuer; and stepchildren Sonya Adams and Darian Kuntz, as well as her sister Christine Luhman, her brother Tom Luhman, and 13 grandchildren.

She was born in Erie, Pa. on July 9, 1939. After living in North East, Pa. she moved to Tucson, Ariz. where she attended Pima Community College and the University of Arizona, receiving a BS in Rehabilitation, with a Minor in Public Administration. She was employed as activity and social director for a number of nursing homes in the Tucson area until moving to Corvallis, Ore. to attend Oregon State University. In 1981 at OSU she received her Masters in Adult Education with a Minor in Gerontology. While in Corvallis she was a graduate assistant at OSU and an instructor at Linn-Benton College. She was coordinator for Benton County Nursing Home Task Force and assisted in creating the Patients Bill of Rights, which is used as the benchmark for today's patient rights legal issues. She was also co-owner of Engineering and Environmental Service and owner of Joyous Enterprises of Corvallis, Ore. and Richmond, Calif. She was employed as director of volunteer services at Albany General Hospital from 1980 until 1987.

Joyce then moved to Richmond, Calif. where she was employed as coordinator of volunteer services for Brookside Hospital in San Pablo, Calif. and later director of volunteer services at Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco, Calif. She was also an instructor at Contra Costa Community College.

Joyce then moved to Monroe, Wash. with her husband where she was president and co-owner of Career Services for Professionals, Inc. dba Bernard Haldane Associates from 1991 to 1997. She and her husband then moved to Lincoln City where they own and operated An Exceptional Place to B&B Inn, LLC, a 3-unit Bed and Breakfast.

Joyce has been active locally, regionally, and nationally. As a member of Lincoln City Urban Renewal Advisory Board, Bay Area Merchants Assoc., Lincoln City Economic Development Council, Monroe Senior Center Board, People for Protection of Woods Creek Community, St. John's Presbyterian Single, and Erie County Division of the Aging, she has served her many communities. She has also co-authored a self-help book soon to be published.

A celebration of Joyce's life was held at her home in Lincoln City on March 18. The family has requested donations be made to a local food bank in her name. Cremation arrangements were handled by Pacific View Mortuary with Joyce's remains to be spread at a later time.

Dorothy D. Tyler

Dorothy Dixie Tyler, 80, died Thursday, March 8, 2001 at Lincoln City Rehabilitation Center.

She was born Dec. 9, 1920 in Faulkner County, Ark. to Glenn and Elsie New. She married Paul S. Tyler on Sept. 14, 1940 in Conway, Ark. Paul and Dorothy moved to Oregon Jan. 6, 1946. She was a member of the Emblem Club, Rebekah Lodge, and was past president of the American Legion Auxiliary.

Surviving are her husband, Paul S. Tyler of Lincoln City; a son, Paul D. Tyler of Cheshire, Ore.; sisters, Dorothea Williams of Lincoln City, Gennie Sims of California and Bonny Hagen Cutter of Florida; brothers, Harold New of Kansas and Ted New of Arkansas, several nieces and nephews.

Graveside services were held Monday, March 12, Pastor Larry Rohlfing officiating.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Rae L. Cribbs

Rae Lucia Cribbs, 73, died Monday, March 5, 2001 at her home in Lincoln City.

She was born March 16, 1927 in San Francisco, Calif. to Wally and Ruth (Jeffcott) Lucia.

Mrs. Cribbs moved to Lincoln City from Wilsonville in 1985 where she met and married her husband, Samuel Cribbs, on Jan. 12, 1985. Rae was a member of the Emblem Club, and she also volunteered her time at the Chamber of Commerce.

Surviving are her husband, Samuel of Lincoln City; daughter Kathleen Morgan of Pleasanton, Calif.; daughter Elsie Melton of Lincoln City; sons, Walter Brooks, Patrick Brooks and Jimmy Brooks, all of Portland; three stepchildren; one foster daughter; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

No services are planned at this time. Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, is serving the family.

Olga Orlemann

Ollie Orlemann, 94, of Neskowin, died Sunday, Feb. 11, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland.

She was born Oct. 31, 1906 in Superior, Wis. Ollie taught elementary school in Wisconsin and Minnesota until she moved to Berkeley, Calif. where she married Edwin Orlemann, a professor at the University of California.

Ollie moved to Neskowin in 1996 with her daughter and son-in-law, Genie and Frank Ullrich and her sister, Irene Anderson.

Surviving is her daughter, Genie Ullrich; sister, Irene Anderson; granddaughter, Gina Meyer of Portland; step-daughter, Jean Daoust of El Cerrito, Calif.; and step-son, Jim Orlemann of El Cerrito, Calif.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 25 in Nestucca Valley Presbyterian Church in Pacific City. Interment at Sunset View Cemetery in Berkeley, Calif.

Remembrances are suggested to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of Lincoln City.

Anna S. Wales

Anna Syverson Wales, 86, died Saturday, March 3, 2001 in Lincoln City.

Mrs. Wales was born Nov. 24, 1914 in Portland, Ore. to Paul and Mary (Kaufman) Leopold, and was raised on Cooper Mountain near Beaverton, Ore.

She retired and made her home in the Lincoln City area in 1970.

Surviving are a son, Robert Syverson of Couer D'Alene, Idaho; a daughter, Shirley Pettingill of Otis; three sisters, Emma McCarl of Aloha, Helena Bous of Beaverton and Dorothy Wilkins, also of Aloha; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Anna was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, sister and great-grandson.

A memorial service on Cooper Mountain will be planned at a later date. Disposition is by cremation.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Gus A. Adams

Gus A. Adams, 86, of Medina, Texas, died Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001.

He was born Aug. 12, 1914 on a ranch near Medina, Texas. Gus was a veteran of World War II. After serving in the South Pacific, he was stationed at the radar station on Mt. Hebo in Tillamook County, and remained in the area following his discharge. He worked at the original Kenny's Food Market in Oceanlake for 12 years and then opened the Oceanlake Savings Center which he and his wife, Joyce, operated until their retirement in 1981.

Gus returned to live in Texas in 1997. He was a life member of the Oceanlake Elks Lodge.

Surviving are his sister, Kitty Mansfield of Texas; and three step-children, Jerry Burdick of Lincoln City, Sharol Warren of Redmond, and Loyd Butler. Gus was preceded in death by his wife and 12 brothers and sisters.

Robert J. Bunch

Robert Jerry Bunch, 70, of Otis, died at his home on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2001.

Mr. Bunch was born June 15, 1930 in Portland, Ore. to Edward Bunch and Annie Vivian (Wagner) Bunch. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Mr. Bunch worked as a truck driver for Robben Inc. since 1983.

Mr. Bunch was a member of the VFW and he enjoyed deep sea fishing and gambling as his hobbies.

Surviving are his ex-wife Donna Bunch of Estacada, Ore.; his daughter Kelly Bunch of Sandy, Ore.; his brothers Wayne Bunch of Lincoln City, John Bunch of Portland and brother Joe DeShazer of Sacramento, Calif.; sisters Darlene H and Jeanne Bunch, both of Portland, and sister Vonnie DeShazer of Portland, Ore.; and two grandchildren.

There will be a graveside memorial service at Scandinavian Cemetery in Sandy at a later date to be set by the family. Contributions can be made in his name to the American Lung Association.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel is serving the family.

Louis Forgen

Louis Forgen, 44, of Lincoln City, died at his home Saturday, Feb. 24, 2001. He was born July 3, 1956 in Uniontown, Pa. to Louis Forgen and Elizabeth (Davis) Forgen.

Mr. Forgen originally moved to Oregon from Southern California to own and operate a grocery store in Rockaway Beach. He was a lover of good food and good wine. Lou was a patron of the arts, a poet and a lover of the sea.

Surviving are his brother Robert Forgen of Ogallala, Neb.; a sister Marie Delahunty also of Ogallala, Neb., and another sister Darlene Chacon of Redding, Calif.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service was planned for March 1, at the Embarcadero Resort in Newport. Mr. Forgen's cremains will be spread at the sea he loved so much.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

William H. Mosiman

William (Bill/Woody) Howard Mosiman, 62, died Thursday, March 1, 2001 at his home in Seagrove, north Lincoln Beach, Ore. His death was due to complications of diabetes.

Bill was born to Wilbur Crane and Mary Ellen (Fuller) Mosiman in Elwood, Ind., Nov. 11, 1938. He attended Indianapolis Public School #43 and graduated from George Washington High School in June 1959. He joined the U.S. Army and served the military for 21 years prior to his retirement. He worked for several years thereafter for the Merchants Bank as a courier in Indianapolis.

In 1982 he moved to Silverton, Ore. to live with his sister Jane and family, where he met his future wife in Mt. Angel, Ore. Bill and Cathy married in Canby, Ore. June 11, 1997. They lived in Brooks, Ore. for several years, and their love for the Oregon coast prompted them to buy a home and move to the coast July 11, 1998.

Woody is survived by his wife, Catherine, of Lincoln Beach, Ore; a brother, Phillip, of Indianapolis; three sisters, Jane of Silverton, Ore., Carolyn of Fountaintown, Ind., and Leslie of Fayetteville, Ga.; nieces, nephews and grand-nieces and grand-nephews in several states.

A celebration of Bill's life was held at the Congregational Church in Lincoln City on Sunday, March 4, with burial following the next day at Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Ore.

The family requests contributions be made to Congregational Church of Lincoln City; the Hospice of Lincoln City; the Samaritan Lincoln Dialysis Unit of Lincoln City; the National Kidney Foundation of Portland, or Paralyzed Veterans of America, Oregon Division - Wilton, N.H., in his honor.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

H. Dale Cutler

H. Dale Cutler, 68. a resident of Siletz, died of natural causes Friday, Feb. 23, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis, Ore. He was born Dec. 2, 1932 in Fruita, Colo. to Hobert and Modene Cutler.

Dale was raised and educated in Fruita, Colo. Following his high school graduation he drove dairy and produce truck. He moved to Newport, Ore. in 1966 and worked for more than 20 years at the Publisher Paper Saw Mill in Toledo, retiring in 1986. He had married Julianna Hugo in Stevenson, Wash. on July 10, 1972.

The hobbies he enjoyed were hunting, fishing, camping and traveling in his motor home. His memberships included the Toledo Elks Lodge and Toledo Eagles Lodge, and Good Samp Camper Club.

Surviving are his wife, Julianna of Siletz; daughters, Sheri, Dawn, Marcell Correia (only biological daughter), Ellie, Eunice and Paula; sisters, Maxine and Deloris; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

At the request of the deceased, no public services will be held. McHenry Funeral Home in Corvallis handled the arrangements.

Susan D. McCabe

A celebration of life for Susan Diane McCabe was held Saturday, Feb. 24, at Bateman Carroll Funeral Chapel in Gresham.

She was born March 27, 1950 in Portland, Ore. to Frank and Joyce McCabe. She died Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2001 at the age of 50.

Susan began her education in Portland and moved to Lincoln City where she graduated from Taft High School. Following school she worked for the family owned Dorchester House. Susan later became a licensed massage therapist. In 1968, she married Lafe Cooper. They were later divorced, and Susan returned to Portland, where she resided since, approximately six months ago.

Survivors include sons Larry Cooper of Boulder, Colo. and Greg Cooper of Portland; brother Jan McCabe of Gresham; sisters Maggie Manka of Lincoln City and Sandy McDonald of Portland; and five granddaughters

There will be a Labrynth Walk in honor of Susan from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, at the Congregational Church in Lincoln City, on 25th Street behind Kenny's IGA.

The family suggests remembrances be sent to the Legacy VNA Hospice, P.O. Box 3426, Portland, OR 97208-9871.

Bateman Carroll Funeral Chapel handled the arrangements.

Jack I. Trowbridge

Jack Ira Trowbridge, 78, of Lincoln City, died Sunday Feb. 18, 2001.

Mr. Trowbridge was born Jan. 15, 1923 in Aurora, Minn. to John L. and Florence (Alexander) Trowbridge. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps, joining his three brothers who were already serving their country, making his mother a "4-Star Mother." Jack married Gladys Arnold in Texas in 1943.

Surviving are his caregiver and companion, Juanita Doreen Spradlin of Lincoln City; his son, Jack Trowbridge, Jr. of Bend, Ore.; his daughters, Lorraine McKee and Phyliss Trowbridge, both of Portland, Ore.; his brothers, Howard Trowbridge of Sisters, Ore., Logan Trowbridge of Quartside, Calif. and Ira Trowbridge of Medford, Ore.; his sisters, Esther Trowbridge of Lincoln City, Arcelia Trowbridge and June Howard, both of San Diego, Calif.; and three grandchildren.

Jack was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, a brother and a sister.

Graveside services were held Monday, Feb. 26 at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland with military honors performed by the American Legion of Portland.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Virginia W. Wulf

Virginia W. Wulf, 100, of Lincoln City, died Thursday, Feb. 22, 2001.

She was born May 15, 1900 in Dayton, Ore. to Mildred Allison and Thomas Orville Allison and Mildred Allison, the sixth of nine children. She had lived in Otis for 30 years, and lived in Rockaway and also taught school out of Mt. Vernon, Wash. Virginia was a supervisor of accounting at the state hospital in Modesto, Calif. when she retired.

She was very fond of her dogs and cats, and loved to read.

Virginia was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in 1963 at the Rose Bowl in California.

Surviving are her son, James Black of Sacramento, Calif.; sister, Sylvia E. Quiroz of Lincoln City; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Preceding Virginia in death were her parents, sisters Bernadine, Mildred, Ruth, Orvilla; and brothers, John, Merle and Bill.

Burial arrangements were handled by Heritage of Portland, Ore.

A memorial service for Virginia Wolf will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at the Lincoln City Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses.

Mary B. Adams

Mary B. Adams, 72, of Lincoln City, died Thursday, Feb. 15, 2001.

Adams was born April 6, 1929 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada to Anthony and Armenia (Allevato) Deresti. She helped raise many children, including her own, and was a friend to all who knew her.

Surviving are her sons, Charles (Dr. Marcia) Adams III, of Lincoln City, Michael (Ann) Adams of Amity, Ore. and John Adams of Tacoma, Wash.; her daughter, Joyce Anne Adams of Tacoma, Wash.; brothers, Paul of Sault Ste. Marie and Tony of Toronto, Canada; sisters, Louise of Florida, Yola and Alice of Michigan, Eva of Alabama, Elsea and Sharon of Sault Ste. Marie; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her father and mother; sisters, Caroline, Barbara and Eleanor; and brothers Edward and Frank.

A private service is planned by the family.

Donations in Mary's name may be made to Family Radio, 290 Hegenberger Rd., Oakland, CA 94621.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel, Lincoln City, handled the arrangements.

Lois M. Anderson

Lois M. Anderson, 63, of Lincoln City, died Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2001 in Portland.

Mrs. Anderson was born Feb. 16. 1937 in Portland, Ore. to Donald A. and Verna (Smith) Burch. She married Larry A. Anderson on Feb. 24, 1954 in Portland. They moved to the Lincoln City area in 1996 from Newport. Lois enjoyed raising indoor plants, soap operas, and dearly loved her family.

Surviving is her loving husband, Larry of Lincoln City; her daughters, Cindy H. Cheatham of Vancouver, Wash. and Theresa A. Chambers of Bethel Springs, Tenn.; her son, Michael A. Anderson of Toledo, Ore.; her brother, Larry B. Burch of Sheridan, Ore.; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Graveside services were held Friday, Feb. 16 at Pacific View Memorial Gardens in Lincoln City.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Thelma M. Boone

Thelma Marie Boone, 80, died on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2001 in Gleneden Beach. She was born April 26, 1920 in Knoxville, Mo. She had lived in Gleneden Beach for 14 years.

Surviving are her son, Jon and her daughter, Becky; her grandsons, Jason and Peter; and her great-grandsons, Jared and Moses.

Services were held at St. James Episcopal Church in Lincoln City.

Charles H. Ashwell

Charles Herbert Ashwell, 76, formerly of Lincoln City, died Thursday, Feb. 1, 2001 in Olympia, Wash. He was born Feb. 18, 1924.

Survivors include his daughter, Stella Westman of Lincoln City; brothers, Wesley of Valley Junction and Russell of McMinnville; sisters, Lois Camus and Leila Mann, both of Olympia, Wash.; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Mark.

Services are to be announced.

Memorial contributions are suggested to The Salvation Army.

John H. Graham

John Howard Graham, 79, of Salem, died Thursday, Feb. 8, 2001 of Alzheimer's Disease.

He was born Dec. 7, 1921 in Worcester, Mass. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theater.

Graham received BS and MS degrees in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts. He moved to Portland, from Massachusetts, then to Salem in 1995 from Lincoln City. He had lived in Lincoln City since 1986, when he retired as a health educator from Douglas County Health Department.

On June 21, 1947 Graham married Charlotte Drury. He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem, and had membership in the American Public Health Association, American Legion, and was a past member of the Masonic Lodge. He enjoyed needle point and copper work, played the organ and sang in choirs.

Surviving are his wife, Charlotte D. Graham of Salem; sons, John Graham, Jr. of Knoxville, Tenn. and Robert Graham of Pleasant Hill, Ore.; and four grandchildren.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem, with private interment following.

Memorial contributions are suggested to William Temple House in Portland or the Youth Ministry at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem.

Restlawn Funeral home in Salem handled the arrangements.

Stewart A. Lenocker

Stewart Allan Lenocker, 37, formerly of Lincoln City, died Feb. 6, 1997 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

He was born to Gary Lenocker and Margaret Lenocker Kerr Sept. 18, 1959 in Portland.

After graduation from Taft High School in 1977, Lenocker served in the U.S. Army, stationed in Germany.

He returned to Lincoln City for two years after living in Wyoming for a short while, then moving to the Los Angeles area in 1982.

His family recently became aware of his death through a search for his whereabouts on the Internet. No attempt to contact the family had been made at the time of his death.

Survivors include his mother, Margaret Kerr of Lincoln City; his father, Gary Lenocker of Sacramento, Calif., and his sister, Julie Lenocker of Lake Oswego.

Interment was at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, Calif.

No services are planned at this time. The family requests Stewart be remembered in prayer.

Earcel R.L. Owen

Earcel Robert Luther Owen, 89, died Friday, Feb. 9, 2001 in Dallas Retirement Village in Dallas, Ore.

Owen was born Nov. 17, 1911 in Stapleton, Neb. to Luther and Ella Owen. In 1932 he married Juanita Bush. He retired as a general contractor in 1972.

He was a member of the Portland semi-pro baseball team, the Beavers. In 1949 he helped construct the D River Bridge. He had been an antique dealer in Portland, and did Protestant ministry in Lincoln City.

Surviving are his wife, Juanita Owen of Lincoln City; daughters, Joan Michael of Mosier, Eleanor Syverson of Lincoln City and Linda cole of Monticello, Fla.; nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Preceding him in death were his parents; sisters, Leota Odmard and Leona Dixon; and a grandson, Timothy Syverson.

A public memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Assembly of God Church, 1715 NE 19th, Lincoln City, with the Reverends Billy Olds and Garmand Mint officiating. Disposition was by cremation.

Portland Memorial Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

Justine K. Roan

Justine Kay Roan, 60, of Salem, died Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2001. She was born May 9, 1940 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Roan had been a resident of Salem since 1985, moving from Lincoln City where she had been a resident since 1975. She was manager at the Ester Lee Motel and a clerk at Radio Shack.

She enjoyed crafts, gardening, her dog Sable, and spending time at the ocean.

Surviving are her husband, Dennis Roan of Salem; a daughter, Tamara Boss of Salem; a son, Stephen Tissue of Salem; a sister, Karin Menk of Sublimity; a step-daughter, Dennise Clifton of Longview, Wash., and eight grandchildren.

Memorial services were held Friday, Feb. 9 at Fruitland Community Church in Salem, with private interment at Belcrest Memorial Park in Salem.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Fruitland Community Church, 813 - 63rd Ave., NE, Salem, OR 97301.

Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service in Salem handled the arrangements.

Barbara N. Tracy

Barbara Noreen Tracy, 65, died Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2001 of heart failure at her daughter's home in Portland.

She was born April 29, 1935 in Vancouver, Wash., and lived in Lincoln City with her husband Lewis the last 15 years.

Surviving are her husband, Lewis; her daughter, Seana; her sons, Michael and Charles; her mother, Martha McMeekin; her sisters, Rose and Kathleen; and grandchildren Michael, Anna, Isiah, Shannon and Trenton.

Inez L. Cunningham

Inez Lee Cunningham, 89, died at her Lincoln City home on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001. She was born in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada on May 17, 1911 to Selmer Lee and Olava (Roison) Lee.

Inez graduated from Silverton High School in 1931. She married Reed William Cunningham on Sept. 3, 1933. They were married more than 50 years and resided in Lake Oswego. They moved to Roads End in 1967. Reed predeceased her on April 11, 1985.

Inez was president of the Forest Hills Garden Club, and an award-winning flower arranger. She and her husband founded and were charter members of Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Lake Oswego. Inez sang in the choir every Sunday. Her hobbies included art (oils), flower arranging, gardening, singing, walking, developing rental property and spending time with her family and friends.

Surviving are her daughter DeAnna Glanville of Lake Oswego; her son, Lee Cunningham of Portland; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Roger Cunningham.

A graveside service was held Tuesday, Jan. 30, at Miller Cemetery in Silverton.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Donald R. Graham

Donald Roy Graham 68, of Lincoln City, died Thursday, Feb. 1, 2001 from complications of multiple sclerosis. H

Eva M. Child

Eva M. Child, 83, formerly of east Multnomah County, died Sunday, Jan. 21, 2001, in Lincoln City.

Mrs. Child was born May 6, 1917, in Rockwood to Willard and Martha Cook.

She attended Wilkes Grade School and graduated from Gresham High School in 1935. She married William Irwin Child on Oct. 4, 1940, in Oregon City.

During World War II they moved to Vancouver, Wash.

In 1946, they moved to Parkrose and she worked for a local company making license plates until her retirement in 1966.

In the mid 1970s she was appointed by the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon as Alter Guild (Directress), from which she retired in 1998.

In 1998, she moved to Lincoln City, where she resided until her death. She enjoyed flower gardening and knitting hats for Toy & Joy. She was also a volunteer with Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital Auxiliary.

Survivors include her daughters, Marcia Jones of Otis and Jan Sedlacek of Lincoln City; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1990.

A celebration of life was held Tuesday, Jan. 30, at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church in Gresham, with mausoleum entombment following at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Fairview-Rockwood-Wilkes Historical Society (Zimmerman House) or the St. Aidan's Memorial Fund.

Bateman Carroll Funeral Chapel of Gresham handled the arrangements.

James W. Mask

James Wendell Mask, 69, of Kelso, Wash., died Thursday, Jan. 18, 2001 at the Hospice Care Center in Longview, Wash.

He was born July 26, 1931 in Fowler, Colo. to Clyde and Fern (Hager) Mask. He moved to Cowlitz County in 1942.

Mr. Mask worked in the plywood department at Weyerhaeuser Co. for 33 years, retiring as a forklift operator in 1987.

He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and the Cowlitz Gun Club.

He was an avid clock collector and enjoyed hunting and visiting Reno.

As a private pilot, Mask had a passion for flying.

Survivors include his wife, Doris Mask, at home; his mother, Fern Mask of Lincoln City, Ore.; two sons, Jerry Mask of Monroe, Wash. and Steve Mask of Silver Lake, Wash.; a daughter, Cathy Holt of Castle Rock, Wash.; a brother, Marvin Mask of Lincoln City; two sisters, Nita Olivio and Joyce Johnson, both of Lincoln City; and three grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his father and by a brother, Glendale Mask.

A graveside service was held Tuesday, Jan. 23 at Longview Memorial Park. Columbia Funeral Services handled the arrangements

Terry L. Rettinger

Terry L. Rettinger, 53, of McMinnville, died Jan. 22, 2001.

Born Feb. 7, 1947, Rettinger was a former resident of Lincoln City, Newport, Salem and Eugene.

No services are scheduled at this time.

Macy & Son Funeral Directors of McMinnville handled the arrangements.

Lois L. Smith

Lois Lillian Smith, 79, of Lincoln City, died Friday, Jan. 26, 2001. She was born June 29, 1921 in Ripon, Calif. to Richard and Winifred (Spanner) Westphal.

Lois worked for the California Highway Patrol for 16 years. She raised and showed polled Hereford cattle and raised guide dogs for the blind in San Rafael, Calif.

She married George M. Smith in Stockton, Calif. in May of 1941.

Surviving are her son, Gary Smith of Safania, Ga.; her great-nephew, Fred Tunnell of Tacoma, Wash.; and her good friend and caregiver, Lynda Staley of Lincoln City.

No services are scheduled at this time. Pacific View Memorial Chapel is handling the arrangements.

Carl H. Voges

Carl H. Voges, 94, of Lincoln City, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2001. He was born March 20, 1906 in Parkers Prairie, Minn. to Herman Albert and Augusta (Thun) Voges.

Carl moved to Hillsboro during his teenage years. He owned and operated the Charly Hotel here in Lincoln City. He was a farmer, a builder, and a driver for The Oregonian. He was an active, lifetime member of the Lutheran Church, here locally and in Hillsboro previously.

Carl was preceded in death by his first wife, Luella Voges, in 1976, and his brother, Otto Voges in the early '80s. Carl married Bernadine "Bunny" Bruer in Lincoln city on July 22, 1979.

Surviving are his wife, Bernadine Voges of Lincoln City; his son, Ethan (Althea) Voges of Kent, Wash.; his daughters, Joyce (Pete) Erickson of Gleneden Beach and Joanie (Jim) Westerberg of Milwaukie; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Services for Mr. Voges were held Jan. 27 at St. Peter the Fisherman Lutheran Church in Lincoln City, followed by a graveside service at Valley Memorial Park in Hillsboro.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Dereatha Brinker

Dereatha "Dee" Brinker, 80, of Lincoln City and formerly of Dallas, died Jan. 18, 2001, after a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Brinker was born in Oxford, N.J., the only child of Cummins and Mabel Dalrymple, and graduated from Washington High School.

After marrying Robert Brinker in 1942, the couple lived in Curtis Bay, Md., and Chicago, Ill., during his military service and education. They traveled to Oregon and settled in Dallas in 1950. The Brinkers retired to Lincoln City in 1980.

Mrs. Brinker worked as an office manager and receptionist in her husband's chiropractic office.

She was active in the Methodist Church and the Oregon Association of Chiropractic Physicians Auxiliary, where she served as president.

She devoted her life to her four children and eight grandchildren; they were her greatest joy.

She had a passion for traveling by RV and camping; weekends at their Devils Lake summer home were filled with lake, sun and campfire fun.

She loved to dance, but in her later years when she could no longer get around, she enjoyed playing cards with her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband, Robert of Lincoln City; children Alma Reimer and David Brinker of Dallas; and grandchildren Ben Crawley; Seth, Dena (Jones) and Kim Reimer; and Luke, Dave and Blake Brinker.

She was preceded in death by her daughters, Linda and Margie, and grandson Jason.

Family graveside services are planned at Dallas Cemetery. Her family also suggests that she be remembered with a kind word or deed for someone in need.

Dallas Mortuary Chapel, Dallas, Ore., handled the arrangements.

Robert E. Fritch

Robert E. Fritch, 81, of McMinnville, died of natural causes on Jan. 14, 2001, in McMinnville.

Mr. Fritch was born Feb. 6, 1919, in Schofield, Ore. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He married Alice Marie Simpson on Feb. 15, 1945.

After his discharge from the Navy, he spent two years as a farmer before buying his first doughnut shop, with his wife, in Portland in 1947. They operated it until 1962, when they moved to Lincoln City and purchased their second doughnut shop, which they operated until they retired to Willamina in 1971.

The couple had recently moved to Alterra Villas in McMinnville.

Survivors include his wife, Alice; sons Floyd Tate of Tacoma, Wash., and John Tate of Portland; three grandsons and four great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Health Dynamics Hospice, c/o Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home, P.O. Box 10, Sheridan, OR 97378.

Services were held at Willamette National Ceremony in Portland.

Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

Albert Murry Hedger

Albert M. Hedger, 87, of Lincoln Beach, died at his home Jan. 15, 2001.

Mr. Hedger was born Jan. 25, 1913, in Chelsea, Okla., to Jesse James Hedger and Bessie (Shaw) Hedger.

He married his best friend, Virginia Boyer in Reno, Nev., on Feb. 2, 1983.

Survivors include his wife, Virginia, of Lincoln Beach; and daughters Shirley Parker of Tacoma, Wash., and Sharon Baker of Milwaukie.

No services are planned at this time.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel of Lincoln City handled the arrangements.

Shirley Jeanette Howard

Shirley J. Howard, 51, of Lincoln City died in her sleep at her home on Jan. 18, 2001.

She was born Feb. 8, 1949, in Portland to Charles Gallagher and Beatrice (Dueman) Gallagher.

She married her best friend, Aubrey Howard, on May 17, 1968, in St. Helens, Ore. She enjoyed playing bingo, gardening and spending time with family and friends.

Survivors include her husband, Aubrey, of Lincoln City; sons Auby Howard of St. Helens and Eric Howard of Hillsboro; daughter Heather McKeag of Heidelberg, Germany; step-daughter Tina Arnold of Clancy, Mont.; brothers Ron Gallagher of Emida, Idaho, and Lyle and Melvin Gallagher of St. Mary, Idaho; and five grandchildren.

No services are scheduled at this time. Disposition is by cremation.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

Dorothy Rosana Miller

Dorothy Rosana Miller, 90, of Salem, died Jan. 10, 2001, in Sublimity.

Mrs. Miller was born June 17, 1910, in Alberta, Canada. She moved to Portland as a teen with her family. She owned and operated a restaurant there for a number of years and was also involved with property management.

In 1946, she moved to what was then DeLake, Ore. (now Lincoln City), where she built and operated The Surf Fine Food Restaurant for close to 30 years. She married Kay V. Miller in 1951. The couple moved to Salem in 1984.

She enjoyed walking and gardening, and bowled in a league for a number of years.

Survivors include a daughter, Sharon Dahl of Jefferson; step-son Glenn Miller of John Day; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Her husband, Kay, preceded her in death in 1991.

At the request of the deceased, no services will be held. Interment is private.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Willamette Valley Hospice, 2700 Market St. NE, Salem, OR 97301; or to Casey Eye Institute, 3375 Terwilliger Blvd., Portland, OR 97201.

Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service handled the arrangements.

Jesse J. Marsh

Jesse J. Marsh, the infant son of Kristy Leanne Killion and Justin Lee Marsh of Otis, died Jan. 18, 2001 in Salem.

Born at Emmanuel Hospital in Portland on March 7, 2000, he lived in Salem until January, when his family moved to Otis.

A happy baby, he enjoyed playing with his brothers, tickling and smiling.

Survivors include his parents; twin brother Justin Marsh Jr.; brother Austin Killion-Marsh; grandparent Connie and Kenneth Scharff of Salem, and Linda and Michael Haft of Otis; aunts Anne, Erin and Desiree; uncle A. J.; and many other aunts, uncles and cousins.

Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Salem.

Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service handled the arrangements.

Camille Annie Stianson

Camille A. Stianson, 63, of Lincoln City, formerly of Springfield, died Jan. 19, 2001, after a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Stianson was born March 28, 1937, in Wausau, Wisconsin, to Jo-seph Ra-uschel and Marian (Marquett) Rauschel.

Mrs. Stianson moved to Oregon in 1974, and owned and operated a floral shop in Springfield called "Boyer Flowers."

She met her husband, Edward, in Springfield; they were married in Cottage Grove in 1994. Soon afterward, they moved to the Taft Trailer Court in Lincoln City.

She was a homemaker and enjoyed floral design, crafting, fishing and hunting. An avid bingo player, she could often be found playing at Chinook Winds Casino.

Survivors include her husband, Edward; daughter Debbie Haskins of Lincoln City; brothers Donald Rauschel and Dennis Rauschel-Ness, both of Green Bay, Wis., Leonard Rauschel and Gerald Moldrem, both of Springfield; and Charles Rauschel of Portland; and granddaughter Cheryl A. Cox of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

A memorial service celebrating her life is set for 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, at Pacific View.

Pacific View Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.


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