Miscellaneous Umatilla County, Oregon Obituaries


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Frazier, Katheryn Corby
The East Oregonian
September 9, 1959
FRAZIER, Katheryn Corby, age 82, late of 409 NW Ellis. Mother of Mrs. David Hamley, Pendleton; sister of Mrs. John Bicknell, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Fred Arnold, El Reno, Okla.; Herby Corby, LeRoy Corby, Pleasanton, Kan. Funeral services will be at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Burial in Olney Cemetery. Friends may call at Folsoms’ between the hours of  7:30 and 9:30 Tuesday evening. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute to the Katheryn Corby Frazier Memorial Fund of the Episcopal Church. FOLSOMS’ FUNERAL CHAPEL in care of arrangements. 

Smith, N. Leander
The East Oregonian
August 26, 1962
SMITH, N. Leander, age 87, late of Irrigon. Survived by his wife, Baraba of Irrigon; daughters, Mrs. Stella Gurley, Irrigon; Mrs. Theresa 
Henry, Walla Walla; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday, August 28, 10:30 A.M. in the BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL, Hermiston, with Rev. Ernest Trapp of the First Baptist Church officiating. Pallbearers: Sam Umiker, Don Kenney, Chester Collins, Pete Gurley, Carl Knighten, Buck Shade. Burial in Hermiston Cemetery.
 
Severe, Richard Don
Lavadour, Eva Williams
Le Clair, Jennifer June
Written By Virgil Rupp Of The East Oregonian
April 2, 1970
Three area residents died in traffic accidents Sunday, two of them at a railroad crossing that claimed four other lives in the same family 2½ 
years ago.
The victims:
Richard Don Severe, 38, Pendleton.
Eva Williams Lavadour, 51, Adams.
Jennifer June LeClair, 26, Adams.

MR. SEVERE died about 3:15 a.m. Sunday when a 1960 station wagon in which he was a passenger went off Highway 395 a half-mile south of Ritter Junction and struck a rocky bluff.  The driver of the car, David D. Webb, 18, of 719 SW 28th, Pendleton, has been transferred to Pendleton Community Hospital from the Blue Mountain Hospital, John Day, where he was taken by state police. His injuries apparently are minor. Webb has been charged with driving under the influence of liquor.

Severe, Richard Don
The East Oregonian
April 2, 1970
SEVERE, Richard Don, 38, late of 724 SW 37th, Pendleton; husband of Karen, Pendleton; father of Phillip Toda Severe, Shellie Lynne Severe, Tracey Lee Severe, Crystal Sue Severe, all of Pendleton; brother of Grant Severe, Santa Fe Springs, Calif., Duffin Severe, Gerald Severe, Billy Carl Severe, all of Pendleton, Stella Hunter, Louie Quayle, Lillian Rydalch, all of St. Anthony, Idaho, Virga Richards, Rachael Quayle, both of Salt Lake City, Utah, Alvaretta Johnson, Elda H???on, both of The Dalles, Ore., Madge ???th, Pocatello, Idaho, Myrtle Mortenson, Rupert, Idaho. Funeral services will be Thursday, April 2, 1970, 2 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with Bishop Bruce Wilhelm??n officiating. Interment will be in Olney Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of BURNS MORTUARY.

Rands, Royal H. 
The East Oregonian
July 24, 1962
RANDS, Royal H., age 73, late of Boardman; survived by wife, Louise; son, U.E. Keys, Portland; daughter, Donna Jane Imperial, Santa Rosa, Calif,; sister, Mrs. Clara Worden, Portland. Funeral services will be Thursday, July 26, at BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL, Hermiston at 10:30 A.M. with Bishop Bennion of L.D.S. Church officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery in Boardman. Pallbearers: Charles Anderegg, Ralph Skoubo, Art Allen, Ray Gronquist, Ronald Black and Robert Harwood; Honorary pallbearers: Ray Brown, Nate Macomber, Nels Christiansen, Bryce Billabough, Ernest Peck and Charles Dillon.

McBee, Shannon Ray
The East Oregonian
August 28, 1962
McBEE, Shannon Ray, late of Pendleton. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McBee, Pendleton; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodwin, Hermiston; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V.D. Webber, Helix. Funeral services will be Thursday, August 30th at 2:00 P.M. at the Community Baptist Church in Helix. Burial in the Helix Cemetery. BURNS MORTUARY, Hermiston, in care of arrangements. 

Broadbent, William V. 
The East Oregonian
August 11, 1962
BROADBENT, William V., 58, husband of Geneva, Pendleton, father of Jennifer Ann, Pendleton, stepfather of Mrs. Lillian Ball, Project City, Calif., Alex David Titman, Spokane, Wash., Walter Titman, Ogden, Utah, John Wallace Titman, Portsmouth, Virginia, son of Mrs. A.D. Culp, Spokane, Wash, brother of Duane, Seattle, Wash., David, Kenny, Lorraine, Lillian, Melva, Audrey, Cora, Irene, all of Spokane, Wash. Funeral services will be Monday, August, 13, 2:00 P.M. in the BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL.  Interment will be in Olney Cemetery

Weissenfluh, William (Bill) 
The East Oregonian
August 2, 1962
WEISSENFLUH, William (Bill), 59, late of Long Creek, Survivors include his wife Bertha, and one son Charles Vernon; brothers, Casper, Arlington; Edgar, Walla Walla; Frank, Long Creek; sisters, Mrs. Amanda Crowley, Arlington, and three grandchildren. Services will be in Long Creek School Gymnasium, Saturday, Aug. 4 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Richard Gould officiating. Interment will be in Long Creek Cemetery under direction of DRISKILL MORTUARY, John Day, Ore.  

Hug, Arnin A.
The East Oregonian
April 1, 1970
HUG, Arnin A., 65, late of Boardman, survived by his wife, Evan, Boardman; daughters, Wanda Ferguson, Hermiston, Wilma Wirt, Mt. Shasta, Calif.; brother Edwin Hug, Meacham; sisters, Mrs. Iva Beltman, Portland and Mrs. Mabel O’Connell, Lake Oswego Ore. Funeral service will be Wednesday April 1, 1970 in the Boardman Community Church, 2 p.m. with the Rev. Richard Struckmeier officiating. Burial to follow in the Riverview Cemetery, Boardman. BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL, Hermiston in care of arrangements.

Hug, Arnin A.
The East Oregonian
April 1, 1970
Death claims long-time Boardman farmer
BOARDMAN- Arnin A. Hug, 65, long-time Boardman farmer, died of a heart attack Saturday morning while he was trying to free his four-wheel drive vehicle from snow. He and Mrs. Hug had spent Friday night at their cabin near Meacham and were trying to get when the attack took place.   Mrs. Hug walked out to the main highway and got a ride with a passing motorist into Meacham.   Mr. Hug was born July 11, 1904 at Summerville. He married Erin Bickford at La Grande in 1927, and the couple lived in Union County and in Forks, Wash. before moving to Boardman in 1933.  Survivors besides the widow, are a son, Delmer of Boardman; two daughters, Mrs. Don (Wilma) Wirt, Mt. Shasta, Calif., and Mrs. Keith (Wanda) Ferguson, Hermiston; a brother, Edwin Hug, Meacham; two sisters, Mrs. Jack O’Connell, Lake Oswego, and Mrs. Frank Veltman, Portland; 10 grandchildren. A son, Dale, preceded him in death.   Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Boardman Community Church, with the Rev. Richard Struckmeier of The Dalles officiating.

Reitman, Elizabeth Jean
The East Oregonian
August 2, 1962
REITMAN, Elizabeth Jean, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar E. Reitman, Ione Ore.; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Reitman, Ione, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. George Munford, Nampa, Idaho. Graveside services will be Saturday, Aug. 4, at 10:00 A.M. at Ione Cemetery with Rev. Bruce Spenser officiating. FOLSOMS’ FUNERAL CHAPEL in care of arrangements. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make contributions to the children’s section of the Ione Public Library. 

Berry, Elva Belle
The East Oregonian
August 1, 1962
BERRY, Elva Belle, age 69, late of Hermiston. Survived by her husband, James H. Berry, Hermiston; one daughter, Gladys Maude Berry; sons, Arlie, Fred, and Bill, all of Hermiston, Wayne and Clyde Berry both of Springfield, Mo.; brothers, Hugh Wade, Hermiston; Paul Wade, Gueydon, La.; Ray and Lee Wade both of Wichita, Kan.; sister Mrs. Elizabeth Rosenbaum, Hermiston; 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be Friday, Aug. 3 at 10 A.M., BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL, Hermiston with Rev. Willard Cromwell of the First Christian Church officiating. Burial in the Hermiston Cemetery. 

McDaid, Jerry
The East Oregonian
July 24, 1962
McDAID, Jerry, 82, late of Umatilla and Pendleton. Relatives in Ireland and the east. Requiem Mass will be held Friday, July 27, 10 A.M. at St. Mary’s Church, Rev. Charles Lavin, celebrant. Rosary, Thursday, July 26, 7:30 P.M. at BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL. Interment in Olney cemetery. 

Andrus, Margaret Mary
The East Oregonian
August 13, 1962
ANDRUS, Margaret Mary, age 75, late of Ritter, Ore. Wife of Grover S. Andrus, Eugene; mother of Frank Andrus, Roseberg, Ore.; sister of Mildred Goff, Youngstown Ariz.; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild.  Funeral services will be Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 2:00 P.M. at FOLSOMS’ FUNERAL CHAPEL. Interment in Olney Cemetery.

Olson, Margaret Jane
The East Oregonian
August 16, 1962
OLSON, Margaret Jane, age 88, late of Weston. Survived by her husband, Gust, one brother, Will Beath, one nephew, Jack Beath, all of Weston. Funeral services will be Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 2:00 P.M. at the Weston Methodist Church with Rev. Stanley W. Day officiating. Interment in the Weston Cemetery MUNSELLE FUNERAL HOME directing

Adams, Mildred L.
The East Oregonian
April 1, 1970
ADAMS, Mildred L., 72, late of 361 SE 2nd, wife of Albert J. Adams, Pendleton; aunt of Ann Woodward, and Bill Nobles, both of Albuquerque, N.M. Funeral services will be Wednesday, April 1, 1970, 2 p.m. in the BURNS MORTUARY CHAPEL, with Thomas Boyd of the Jehovah’s Witnesses officiating. Bearers will be: Henry Schilling, Kenneth Boucom, Dick Bowman, Tim Uribe, Alvin Vinson, Lon Watrus. Interment will be in Olney Cemetery. 

Adams, Mildred L.
The East Oregonian
April 1, 1970
Mildred Adams Dies
Funeral will be Wednesday for Mildred L. Adams, 72, Pendleton, who died Saturday night at Pendleton Community Hospital. 
Mrs. Adams was born in Florida and had lived in Pendleton since 1951.  She was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses. She was married to Albert J. Adams, Feb. 15, 1955, in Dayton, Wash.   Survivors include the widower of Pendleton; One niece, Ann Woodward, 
and one nephew, Bill Nobles, both of Albuquerque, N.M. 

Clark, Lee Roy
The East Oregonian
December 7, 1976
Lee Roy Clark, 1903 SE Byers Place, Pendleton, died Saturday at St. Anthony’s Hospital. He was 65.
Mr. Clark was born in Umatilla County and lived in Umatilla County all his life. 
Survivors are the widow, Clara M.; sons, Darrel L., Richard R., and Thomas L., all of Pendleton; daughter, Kathleen E. Demianew, Pendleton, and Juanita Vann, Portland, brothers, James of Milton-Freewater, Edward of Gibbon, Raymond of Athena and Walter of Thornhollow; sisters, Lillie Brush of Yakima, Tennie Miller of Walla Walla, Sara Harris of Pendleton and Eva Tremble of Spokane; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandson. 
A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Olney Cemetery. Friends are requested to meet at Burns Mortuary at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Contributions may be made to the Pendleton Elks Athletic Scholarship Fund.

Southwell, Lisa May
The East Oregonian
September 3, 1962
SOUTHWELL, Lisa May, 5, Pendleton, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Alan Southwell, Pendleton; sister of Chad Alan Southwell, Pendelton; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Stark, Portland Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Southwell, Molalla, Ore., and there are 25 first cousins and several aunts and uncles. Memorial Services will be Thursday, Sept. 6, 3:00 P.M. in the First Baptist Church, Pendleton, with Rev. Calvin Rittenhouse of the Community Baptist Church of Helix officiating. Interment will be in Olney Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a memorial fund for a carillon for the new First Baptist Church building. Arrangements are in care of BURNS MORTUARY.


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