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HALSEY - A celebration of life will be held Jan. 15 for Esther M. Jensen of Halsey, who died Jan. 8 of age-related causes. She was 83.
Jensen was born April 30, 1921, in 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, to Thomas and Dorothea Petersen Madsen. She married Charles Jensen Charles Kristoffer Peter Jensen (born December 24, 1885 - died June 5, 1920) was a Danish gymnast who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics and in the 1912 Summer Olympics.
He was part of the Danish team, which finished fourth in the gymnastics team event in 1908. on Dec. 10, 1939.
She graduated from Junction City High School. After marrying, she and her husband lived on a farm in the Junction City area, farming there for six years. She then moved to the Mohawk Valley The Mohawk Valley region of the U.S. state of New York is a suburban and rural area surrounding the industrialized cities of Utica and Rome, along with other smaller commercial centers. , where they ran a dairy and raised turkeys. In 1967, she moved to Monroe and lived there for three years, then traveled with her husband for two years. The couple then moved to their farm in Halsey.
Jensen worked with draft horses draft horses
see draft animals. for many years, participating in the Albany Carriage Ride for 17 years and in many parades, weddings and draft horse events.
She enjoyed gardening, writing, baking brown bread and taking care of her family.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Delmar of Mohawk and Harlan of Tacoma; two daughters, Marilyn Henderson of Tigard and Charlotte Jensen of Portland; 11 grandchildren; and 14 great- grandchildren.
Saturday's service will be held at 1 p.m. at Valley Christian Center in Harrisburg. Murphy-Musgrove Funeral Home in Junction City is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Oregon Food Bank, P.O. Box 55370, Portland, OR 97238-5370.
Chuck Walker Charles David "Chuck" Walker (born August 10, 1941 in Uniontown, PA) was a defensive tackle who played 12 seasons in the National Football League for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons. Walker attended Duke University.
A memorial service will be held Jan. 14 for Chuck Walker of Eugene, who died Jan. 12 of pulmonary fibrosis Pulmonary Fibrosis Definition
Pulmonary fibrosis is scarring in the lungs.
Pulmonary fibrosis develops when the alveoli, tiny air sacs that transfer oxygen to the blood, become damaged and inflamed. . He was 82.
Walker was born Dec. 3, 1922, in Oakland, Calif., to Leslie and Bertha Berge Walker. He married Barbara Walker There have been some public figures named Barbara Walker, including:
A lifelong resident of Eugene, he graduated from Eugene High School. He served in the Army's 76th Division during World War II and received two bronze stars. His family said he fulfilled a lifelong dream when he visited the World War II Memorial.
He worked in sales for many years for Mercer Industries and Emerald Door & Glass. He enjoyed Oregon Ducks The Oregon Ducks refers to the mascot and sports teams of the University of Oregon, located in Eugene, Oregon, United States. The Oregon Ducks are part of the Pacific 10 (Pac-10) conference. Donald Duck is the mascot of the University of Oregon under an agreement with Disney. sports, golf and crossword puzzles. He was past president of the Early Bird Kiwanis Club and also belonged to Veterans of Foreign Wars 293.
Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Cathie Jarboe of Mercer Island Mer·cer Island
A city of west-central Washington, coextensive with Mercer Island in Lake Washington near Seattle. It is primarily residential. Population: 22,300. , Wash.; a son, Scott of Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, city (1990 pop. 281,140), seat of El Paso co., central Colo., on Monument and Fountain creeks, at the foot of Pikes Peak; inc. 1886. It is a year-round resort and a booming military, technological, and commercial city. , Colo.; two brothers, Harry of Eugene and Howard of Springfield; and two grandchildren.
Friday's service will be held at 10 a.m. at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Memorial contributions may be made to hospice or the American Lung Association The American Lung Association (ALA) is a non-profit organization that "fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on asthma, tobacco control and environmental health". .
The funeral will be held Tuesday for Beverly J. Frary of Eugene, who died Jan. 11 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
n. Abbr. COPD
A chronic lung disease, such as asthma or emphysema, in which breathing becomes slowed or forced. . She was 66.
She was born Dec. 28, 1938, in Bend to Wilbert and Emma Heimbuck Nieters.
She attended Oakridge High School and was a homemaker. She enjoyed her cats, crafts and her computer.
Survivors include her mother, now of Oakridge; her daughter, Judy Hansen of Springfield; two sons, Don Fowler of Elmira and Allen Jacobson of Eugene; her brother, Don Nieters of Port Orford, Wash.; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Tuesday's service will be at 1 p.m. at Springfield Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, with burial at Springfield Memorial Gardens.
Alfred Ansama Sr.
REEDSPORT - A memorial service will be held Jan. 15 for Alfred E. "Mike" Ansama Sr. of Reedsport, who died Jan. 4 of heart failure. He was 75.
Ansama was born April 7, 1929, in Reedsport to Alfred and Edla Josephson Ansama. He married Edna Ansama.
A graduate of Reedsport High School, he served in the Navy from 1950 to 1952. He worked in heavy construction and belonged to the Operating Engineers Operating Engineers are tradepeople who operate machinery. There are two main types of workers that share this title and trade union affiliation (IUOE). The first group are workers who operate steam plants and boilers. Union.
Ansama had lived in Reedsport for 65 years. He was a volunteer with the Scottsburg Fire District. He enjoyed fishing.
He is survived by a son, Alfred Jr. of Reedsport. His wife died previously.
Saturday's service will be held at 1 p.m. at Scottsburg Historical Center. Private burial will be in the Reedsport Masonic Cemetery. Dunes Memorial Chapel in Reedsport is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Scottsburg Fire District.
James Jordan James Jordan can refer to any of the following individuals:
The graveside grave·side
The area beside a grave. service will be held Jan. 15 for James "Jim" Jordan of Eugene, who died Jan. 9 of cancer and liver disease Liver Disease Definition
Liver disease is a general term for any damage that reduces the functioning of the liver.
The liver is a large, solid organ located in the upper right-hand side of the abdomen. . He was 60.
Jordan was born Oct. 3, 1944, in Eugene to James and Doris Mauney Jordan.
He received a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree master's degree
An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those who complete at least one year of prescribed study beyond the bachelor's degree.
Noun 1. in education from the University of Oregon The University of Oregon is a public university located in Eugene, Oregon. The university was founded in 1876, graduating its first class two years later. The University of Oregon is one of 60 members of the Association of American Universities. . He served in the Army in 1970-71. He worked as a substitute teacher and coached basketball at the middle school and high school levels.
Jordan enjoyed reading, history, fitness and sports. He was an avid fan of the Oregon Ducks and belonged to Courtsports Racquet Club.
He is survived by a brother, Michael of Eugene.
Saturday's service and burial will be held at 10 a.m. at Rest-Haven Memorial Park & Funeral Home in Eugene.
A memorial celebration will be held Jan. 21 for Hazel Pauline Hampton Smalling of Eugene, who died Jan. 10 of cancer. She was 80.
Smalling was born March 15, 1924, in Pickens, Okla., to Bryan and Enola Bell Hampton. She married Lloyd Smalling on Oct. 5, 1946, in Dequeens, Ark.
She grew up and was educated in Oklahoma. She had lived in Eugene since 1948. She worked for Douglas Aircraft during World War II. She worked for Agripac Cannery in Eugene for 15 years. She enjoyed cooking, baking, arts and crafts arts and crafts, term for that general field of applied design in which hand fabrication is dominant. The term was coined in England in the late 19th cent. as a label for the then-current movement directed toward the revivifying of the decorative arts. and playing pinochle pinochle (pē`nŭ'kəl), card game, probably derived from bezique, that was developed in the United States in the 19th cent. Pinochle is played by two, three, or four players, with a deck of 48 cards containing two each of the aces, face . She also enjoyed volunteering at Petersen Barn Community Center.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Gordon of Eugene and Gary of Enumclaw, Wash.; three brothers, Arnold Hampton and Clayton Hampton, both of Springfield, and Carter Hampton of Concord, Calif.; two stepbrothers, Coy Walters and Norman Walters, both of Springfield; a sister, Gertrude Nations of Austin, Texas; a stepsister, Levelle Morris of Pickens, Okla.; and five grandchildren.
The Jan. 21 celebration will be held at 11 a.m. in Petersen Barn Community Center. West Lawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Petersen Barn Trust Fund, for a memorial bench.
PLEASANT HILL - The funeral will be held Jan. 14 for Florence Erma Burkhart of Pleasant Hill, who died Jan. 9 of age-related causes. She was 87.
She was born Feb. 20, 1917, in Gervais to William and Emily Laflemme Wargnier. She married Herbert Burkhart on July 28, 1935, in Salem.
She was a homemaker and had worked as a custodian at the University of Oregon for 15 years.
Survivors include a son, Daniel of Veneta; a daughter, Bonnie Jean Moran; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Friday's service will be at 1 p.m. at Lane Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home in Eugene. Burial will be at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene.
Grace "Gracie" Tuski of Eugene died Jan. 1 of age-related causes. She was 83. At her request, no service is planned.
Tuski was born Oct. 12, 1921, in Barnesville, Minn., to William and Agnes McGaugh Tuski.
She worked in an aircraft factory during World War II, building fighter planes. She appeared as an extra in 1940s musicals, because she was skillful skill·ful
1. Possessing or exercising skill; expert. See Synonyms at proficient.
2. Characterized by, exhibiting, or requiring skill. at dancing the Jitterbug jitterbug
Dance variation of the two-step in which couples swing, balance, and twirl in standardized patterns to syncopated music in ⁴⁄₄ time. It originated in the U.S. in the mid 1930s and became internationally popular in the 1940s. .
She was a secretary and bookkeeper most of her life until a stroke forced her retirement. She most recently worked as a dispatcher Software that determines what pending tasks should be done next and assigns the available resources to accomplish it. It may execute other programs or generate a list for human operators to follow. See scheduler. for Westates Flaggers. She enjoyed reading and watching films, especially science fiction and fantasy. She also enjoyed making pastry and painting with oils.
Survivors include a son, Greg of Eugene; a sister, Audrey Gard of Eugene; two grandchildren and a great- grandchild.
Inurnment was in Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene.
A memorial service will be held Jan. 26 for Lee "Ray" Beaman of Eugene, who died Jan. 7 of cardiac arrest cardiac arrest
Abbr. CA A sudden cessation of cardiac function, resulting in loss of effective circulation.
A condition in which the heart stops functioning. . He was 68.
Beaman was born April 10, 1936, in Indianapolis to Ray and Helen Gough Beaman. He and his wife, Suzanne, were married Dec. 19, 1990, in Reno, Nev.
He attended high school in Clarkston, Wash., and served in the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne from Oct. 17, 1955, to Oct. 16, 1958.
He retired as director of patient registration and accounts services and had worked as a property manager. He enjoyed travel.
He served as president of the western region at the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Survivors include his wife; four children, Lee Beaman and Lisa Beaman, both of Fairfax, Va., Richard Beaman of Eugene and Nick Diamon of Seattle; four sisters, Helen Flynn Helen Flynn, played by Lisa Faulkner, was a fictional administrative officer in the British BBC spy drama Spooks.
In the second episode of the first series, Tom Quinn and Section D are investigating a possible race-hate case and decide to go undercover posing as teachers of of New York City New York City: see New York, city.
New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. , Vivian Klein of Boise, Marilyn Jensen of Landers, Calif., and Darlene Malz of Marietta, Ga.; and two grandchildren.
The Jan. 26 service will be at 4 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Medical Center Sacred Heart Medical Center may refer to:
In the United States:
The graveside service will be held Jan. 15 for former Reedsport resident Algen L. Walker of Everett, Wash., who died Jan. 8 of age-related causes. She was 82.
Walker was born Aug. 25, 1922, in Cushing, Okla., to Harry and Nancy Sillet Woosley. She married Lee Walker.
She lived in Reedsport for 35 years and belonged to the Reedsport Church of God. She had lived in Everett for the past seven years. She enjoyed music, singing, and arts and crafts.
Survivors include a son, Galen of Lebanon; a brother, Jim Woosley of Turlock, Calif.; a sister, Virginia Stuart of St. Helens; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Saturday's service will be held at 2 p.m. in Reedsport Masonic Cemetery. Dunes Memorial Chapel in Reedsport is in charge of arrangements.
Harley "Bud" Campbell
The funeral was held Jan. 7 for Harley C. "Bud" Campbell of Eugene, who died Jan. 4 of age-related causes. He was 90.
Campbell was born Aug. 4, 1914, in Ollie, Iowa Ollie is a city in Keokuk County, Iowa, United States. The population was 224 at the 2000 census. Geography
Ollie is located at (41.197685, -92.094125)GR1. , to Horace and Jessie Woods Campbell. He married Elizabeth Ward on Dec. 24, 1938, in Fairfield, Iowa.
He attended college for two years at Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, Iowa Mount Pleasant is a city in Henry County, Iowa, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 8,751. It is the county seat of Henry CountyGR6.
The city is the home of Iowa Wesleyan College. The P.E.O. . He worked as manager at Chicago & Northwestern Railroad for 35 years and retired in 1974. He enjoyed spending time with his family, golf, yard work, woodworking and travel. He was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church Wesley United Methodist Church is a common name. It can refer to several churches in the United States:
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Robert and Richard, both of Salem; a sister, Mildred Meyer of Denver; five grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren.
The funeral was at Wesley United Methodist Church in Eugene. Burial was in Rest-Lawn Memorial Park in Salem. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene was in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to Wesley United Methodist Church or the American Diabetes Society.
CRESWELL - The funeral will be held Jan. 14 for Ethel May Easter of Creswell, who died Jan. 7 of cancer. She was 28.
Easter was born Feb. 28, 1976, in Eugene to Carl and Joyce Lewis Easter.
She lived in Lowell for 15 years, moving to Creswell in 2001. She belonged to the Church of the First Born where, her family said, she reached out to elderly people. She enjoyed children.
Survivors include her mother, of Creswell; two brothers, Erwin of Creswell and Darwin of Dawson, Okla.; three sisters, Sylvia Easter of Creswell, Charlotte Easter of Clifton, Colo., and Janet Byers of Olatha, Colo. Her father died in 1977.
Friday's service will be held at 10:30 a.m. in the Church of the First Born in Pleasant Hill. Burial will be in Creswell Pioneer Cemetery. England's Creswell Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
WESTFIR - A memorial service will be held Jan. 15 for Jean E. Ralston of Westfir, who died Jan. 7 of Parkinson's disease Parkinson's disease or Parkinsonism, degenerative brain disorder first described by the English surgeon James Parkinson in 1817. When there is no known cause, the disease usually appears after age 40 and is referred to as Parkinson's disease. . She was 74.
She was born Dec. 28, 1930, in Salem to Harvey and Evelyn Osborn King. She married Bud High on Dec. 21, 1949, in Salem. They later divorced. She married Ray Ralston on March 1, 1980, in Eugene.
She graduated from high school in Salem and attended one year 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. . She worked for 17 years as a bookkeeper at Ray's Auto Repair. She enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, clam-digging, traveling, painting and square dancing. She was a member of several square dancing clubs and enjoyed spending time with her family.
Survivors include her husband; her son, Jerry High of Tucson, Ariz.; her daughter, Susan Reiss of Valdez, Alaska; her stepson step·son
A spouse's son by a previous union.
a son of one's husband or wife by an earlier relationship
Noun 1. , David, of Springfield; two stepdaughters, Joy "JR" Ralston of Vancouver, Wash., and Jan Smith of Springfield; a brother, Jim King of Kansas City, Kan.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson.
Saturday's service will be at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church First Baptist Church may refer to many churches: Canada
NEWPORT - A memorial service will be held Jan. 15 for Stephan Jon Morris of Newport, who died Jan. 3 of colon cancer colon cancer, cancer of any part of the colon (often called the large intestine). Colon cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed in the United States. . He was 57.
Morris was born March 1, 1947, in Portland to Gordon and Lois Lang Morris. He married Rebecah Rice at Cape Perpetua in Newport on June 25, 1988.
He graduated from Bothell High School Bothell Senior High School is located in Bothell, Washington and is one of three high schools in the Northshore School District. Nearly 1700 students in grades 10 through 12 are currently enrolled. in Seattle and received a bachelor's degree from Eastern Washington University Eastern Washington University - A university 20 miles southwest of Spokane, WA on the edge of the rolling Palouse Prairie.
Address: Cheney, Washington, USA. . He served in the Air Force in Vietnam from 1966 to 1970 as an airborne intelligence specialist and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
He previously lived in Portland and Kirkland, Wash. He had worked for the Port of Seattle The Port of Seattle is a port district that runs Seattle's seaport and airport. Its creation was approved by the voters of King County, Washington, on September 5, 1911. It is run by a five-member commission. The commissioners' terms run four years. , Kirkland Police Department, Lincoln County Agency (LinCom) and Lincoln County Planning Department.
He enjoyed spending time with his wife, bodyboarding and collecting antiques. He belonged to Vietnam Veterans of America This article or section needs sources or references that appear in reliable, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of this article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article. Chapter 411 and First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church is a generic church name, and can refer to hundreds of churches within the English speaking world. If you followed a link here, please consider making it more specific by including the city or town in which the church resides. in Newport.
Survivors include his wife; his parents, of Newport, a daughter, Stacy Albright of Bothell, Wash.; a sister, Kelly Morris of Newport; and two grandchildren.
Saturday's service will be held at 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Newport. Bateman Funeral Home of Newport is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Vietnam Veterans Memorial, war memorial in Washington, D.C., built 1982. Designed by the American sculptor and architect Maya Ying Lin, it is a sloping, V-shaped, 493-ft (150-m) wall of highly polished black granite that descends 10 feet (3. Walkway Maintenance Fund, P.O. Box 1161, Newport, OR 97365.
JASPER - Allen Bernard "Barney" Byers of Jasper died Dec. 15 of unknown causes, pending test results. He was 55. No service is planned.
Byers was born Oct. 7, 1949, in California to Leroy and Betty Jo Weaver Byers.
He graduated from high school in Redondo Beach, Calif. He was a postal service mail carrier and a forest firefighter. He lived previously in Moscow, Idaho, and Goshen. He enjoyed the outdoors, painting, dogs and making necklaces.
Survivors include a son, Aaron of Corvallis; and his parents, of California.
Former Eugene resident Robert Wayne Hamilton of Ontario died Dec. 31 of a heart attack. He was 42. No service is planned.
Hamilton was born July 14, 1962, in Los Angeles to Jerome Brewer and Carrol Roff Hamilton.
He attended Pleasant Hill Elementary School, Springfield Junior High School and Lowell High School Lowell High School may refer to:
Hamilton was a long haul truck driver. He was a volunteer coach for the YMCA YMCA
in full Young Men's Christian Association
Nonsectarian, nonpolitical Christian lay movement that aims to develop high standards of Christian character among its members. and Kidsports soccer, basketball, baseball and football.
Survivors include two daughters, Tabitha Hamilton and Whitney Hamilton, both of Springfield; a son, Bill of Springfield; his parents, Jerome Brewer of Cody, Wyo., and Carrol Hamilton of Prineville; three brothers, Thomas Brewer III of Wisconsin, Everett Hamilton of Erlenbach, Germany, and Jerome Brewer; and two sisters, Teia Neal of Salem and Delene Dormer dormer
Window set vertically in a structure that projects from a sloping roof. It often illuminates a bedroom. In the late Gothic and early Renaissance periods, elaborate masonry dormers were designed. of Madras. His wife, Kimberlie Hamilton, died previously.
Haren Wood Funeral Chapel of Ontario is in charge of arrangements.
Former Oakridge resident Gordon Ray Kitching of Olathe and Overland Park, Kan., died Jan. 10. He was 62. The family chose not to list the cause of death. A memorial service will be held later in Estacada.
Kitching was born May 25, 1942, in Portland to Clarence and Irene Schultz Kitching. He married Bee Kollmorgen.
He worked in engineering for the U.S. Forest Service for 35 years in Oregon and Alaska, retiring in 1998. He lived in Oakridge from 1971 to 1990, then lived in Sitka, Alaska, until 1996. He later lived in Detroit, Ore., and moved to Estacada in 1998. He moved to Overland Park in 2004.
Survivors include his wife, of Olathe, Kan.; a son, Eric of Monroe, Wash.; a daughter, Shannon Jones of Castle Rock, Colo.; a sister, Donna Cody of Portland; and two grand- children.
Porter Funeral Home of Lenexa, Kan., is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Odyssey Hospice, 9229 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64114.
SPRINGFIELD - William Henry Weese of Springfield died Jan. 8 of age-related causes. He was 89.
Weese was born March 10, 1916, in Alma, Ark., to Frank and Laura Sutton Weese.
He had worked in construction. He enjoyed horses, farming and playing poker.
Survivors include three sons, Don of Eugene, Jim of Roseburg and Ron of Redondo Beach, Calif.; three daughters, Jana Riley and Judy Thomas, both of Eugene, and Kaye Bonillas of Ahwahnee, Calif.; 14 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
No service is planned. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.
The graveside service will be held Jan. 14 for Freeta G. Coltrin of Eugene, who died Jan. 8 of age-related causes. She was 94.
Coltrin was born Nov. 23, 1910, in Neligh, Neb., to William and Edith Davis Hickman. She married Willis Moore. He died on Aug. 28, 1957. She later married Jim Coltrin, who died April 1, 1987.
She had owned a grocery store and a restaurant and also had been a custodian. She was a carpenter's helper in a shipyard during World War II. She previously lived in Clearwater, Neb., and Portland. She lived in Oakland from 1949 to 1996, then moved to Eugene.
Coltrin enjoyed gardening, crocheting and beadwork beadwork
Ornamental work in beads. In the Middle Ages beads were used to embellish embroidery work. In Renaissance and Elizabethan England, clothing, purses, fancy boxes, and small pictures were adorned with beads. . She belonged to Fair Oaks Grange and had volunteered with Older Americans and at a Veterans Administration hospital.
Survivors include a daughter, Wanda Abbott of Eugene; a brother, Hoge Hickman of Sutherlin; a sister, Frances Miseje of Fayetteville; two grandchildren, two great-grand-children and two great-great-grandchildren. A grandson, Ron "Buzz" Copeland, died previously.
Friday's service will be held at 2 p.m. in Yoncalla Pioneer Cemetery.
Chapel of the Firs Funeral Home in Sutherlin is in charge of arrangements.
A memorial service will be Jan. 15 for Velma Ziselberger of Eugene, who died Jan. 7 of age-related causes. She was 88.
She was born Sept. 18, 1916, in Fay, Okla., to William and Christina Jones Carnahn. She married Albert Ziselberger on Oct. 5, 1940, in Watonga, Okla. He died previously.
She graduated from high school in Fay. She worked as a telephone operator and was a homemaker. She enjoyed sewing and her church. She was a member of the Methodist church and the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors include two daughters, Kay Edgett-Deskins of Myrtle Creek and Rheta Leece of Baguio City, the Philippines; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. A son, Richard, a daughter, Carol Ann Ziselberger, and a grandson, Kenneth Edgett, died previously.
Saturday's service will be at 2 p.m. at Good Samaritan Care Center in Eugene. Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.
Laura Media Rose, 89, of Leaburg, died Jan. 8. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at McKenzie Baptist Church, Leaburg. Her son, Paul Rose, died in 1983. Buell Funeral Chapel in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Doris M. Eastburn, 78, of Creswell, died Jan. 5. A celebration of life was held. Andreason's Cremation cremation, disposal of a corpse by fire. It is an ancient and widespread practice, second only to burial. It has been found among the chiefdoms of the Pacific Northwest, among Northern Athapascan bands in Alaska, and among Canadian cultural groups. & Burial Service in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Creswell Fire Department Equipment Fund.
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