OBITUARIES.Byline: The Register-Guard
SPRINGFIELD - Shawna Button of Springfield died June 8 of heart failure. She was 37. A service will be held later.
Button was born March 4, 1970, to Michael and Holly Cox Button. She was an office worker and homemaker.
Survivors include her life partner, Joseph Ficek; four daughters: Michelle Cowan, Amanda Coffee and Gabriella Ficek, all of Springfield, and Elizabeth Healer of California; three sons: Wesley Healer of Jacksonville, Tylor Button and Harley Coffee, both of Springfield; her father and stepmother, Mike and Beulah Button; grandparents grandparents npl → abuelos mpl
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grandparents grand npl Dick and Nadine Ellison; a sister, Leasa Byers of Eugene.
Arrangements by Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene.
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SPRINGFIELD - Mary Elizabeth Campbell Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell (December 2, 1902 - January 9, 2004) is one of the first and most prominent public television pioneers in the United States. Campbell also served as a teacher, college administrator, as a notable school board member for Arlington Public Schools, and as the of Springfield died June 14 of age-related causes. She was 93. No service is planned.
Campbell was born July 23, 1913, to John and Annie Drobnack Anselmi. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include three sons, four daughters, 10 brothers, one sister, 15 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. A daughter, Louise Parazoo, died pre- viously.
Arrangements by Lane Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, Eugene.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, June 22, at United Lutheran Church in Eugene for Lois N. Erickson of Fairfield, Iowa Fairfield is a city in Jefferson County, Iowa, United States. The population was 9,509 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Jefferson CountyGR6. Geography
Fairfield lies at (41.007166, -91. , formerly of Eugene, who died March 2 of age-related causes. She was 86.
Erickson was born Aug. 21, 1920, in Mulino, Ore., to Gus and Anne Fjeld fjeld
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A high, barren plateau. Nordling. She married Kenneth Erickson on April 12, 1942, in Portland. He died April 4, 2003.
Erickson taught English as a Second Language at Oregon State University Oregon State University, at Corvallis; land-grant and state supported; coeducational; chartered 1858 as Corvallis College, opened 1865. In 1868 it was designated Oregon's land-grant agricultural college and was taken over completely by the state in 1885. and Lane Community College. She taught English to farm workers in migrant camps in Oregon and wrote several books on Old Testament women.
Survivors include two daughters: Sharon Hellstedt of Stonington, Maine Stonington is a town in Hancock County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,152 at the 2000 census. Early History
As with many stories of discovery and establishment of civilization, the true first inhabitants of any particular American region are generally , and Carol Spany of Wauzeka, Wis.; a son, Rolf Erickson of Fairfield, Iowa; a sister, June Anderson June Anderson (born December 30, 1952) is a Grammy-award winning American coloratura soprano. Originally known for bel canto performances of Rossini, Donizetti, and Vincenzo Bellini, she was the first non-Italian ever to win the prestigious Bellini d'Oro prize. of Mount Vernon Mount Vernon, estate, United States
Mount Vernon, NE Va., overlooking the Potomac River near Alexandria, S of Washington, D.C.; home of George Washington from 1747 until his death in 1799. , Wash.; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions to the Oregon Farm Worker Ministry, in care of the National Farm Worker Ministry, 438 N. Shinker Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63130.
Arrangements by Behner Funeral Home in Fairfield.
JUNCTION CITY Junction City, city (1990 pop. 20,604), seat of Geary co., NE Kans., at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill rivers; inc. 1859. The rail, trade, and processing center of an agricultural and dairy area, it grew as the supply point for nearby Fort Riley, - A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 19, at First Christian Church First Christian Church can refer to:
Flanagan was born Nov. 24, 1922, in Junction City, to Charles and Clara Rutherford Flanagan. He married Margurette Bailey on May 14, 1944, in Junction City. She died July 17, 1985.
Flanagan was a lifelong dairy farmer. He also grew grass seed and raised sheep.
Survivors include two sons: Charles Flanagan Charles Flanagan (Irish: Cathal Ó Flanagáin; born 1 November, 1956) is an Irish Fine Gael politician. He is a TD for the constituency of Laois-Offaly. of Silverton and Ronald Flanagan of Junction City; three daughters, Kathleen Flanagan of Columbia, Md., Marilyn Flanagan of Junction City and Sandra Flanagan of Reston, Va.; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Two sons, John and James, died previously.
Memorial contributions to Education Together or the John Flanagan Memorial Scholarship, in care of Murphy-Musgrove Funeral Home in Junction City.
A celebration of life will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 19, at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene for Donna S. Waske of Eugene, who died June 13 of cancer. She was 75. A reception will follow at noon Tuesday at the Eugene Masonic Center.
Waske was born March 1, 1932, in Springfield, Mo., to Leonard and Ruth McBride Giboney. She married Herman Waske on Dec. 26, 1957, in Eugene. He died Aug. 21, 1996.
Survivors include two daughters: Karen Waske of Portland and Cyndi Cramblit of Springfield; a son, Thomas Bell of Seattle; two sisters: Nell Francis of Casa Grande, Ariz., and Mary Buehler of Redmond; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son, Scott Blackman, died in 2003.
Memorial contributions to the Legacy Emanuel Children's Hospital Foundation or the Sacred Heart Hospital This article is about the fictional hospital on Scrubs. For other uses, see Sacred Heart Hospital (disambiguation).
Sacred Heart Hospital is the setting of the American sitcom Scrubs. Foundation.
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