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Death Notices for Saturday, April 22 2017

2017.04.22 14:46 portlane Death Notices for Saturday, April 22 2017

Clark County (Columbian):
Brandsma, Gordon Dean, 62, Ridgefield, died April 18, 2017. Layne’s Funeral Home, 360-687-3143. 
Portland (Oregonian):
John E. 'Jack' Agar
Oct. 8, 1921 - April 7, 2017
John Edward "Jack" Agar died Friday, April 7, 2017 from Parkinsons disease. Jack was born in Mitchell, Neb., to Charles and Josephine (Lukens) Agar.
Jack grew up on the family farm in Plains, Mont. He served an apprenticeship at Bremerton Naval Ship Yard. Self described as "truck crazy," he spent most of his career behind the wheel of over-the-road diesel trucks. He drove for LASME, CF, Mitchell Bros., NORPAC, and Boyd Coffee Co. The family spent time in Milwaukie, Bremerton, and the Silverton area.
Jack was predeceased by his wife of 71 years, Virginia (Woodings); and daughter, Jacquelyn Barkley-Geisler. Surviving children are Rebecca Arnold, Carolyn Walter, William Agar (Nancy); son-in-law, Joseph Geisler; grandchildren, Keri Arnold, Bradley Arnold, and Stefanie Agar.
Special thanks to the caregivers at The Springs at Clackamas Woods.
There will be no services.
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Carolyn Joyce (Johnson) Bergeron
Oct. 27, 1939 - April 15, 2017
Carolyn Joyce Bergeron (Johnson) died in a Portland area memory care unit April 15, 2017. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard John Bergeron who died Feb. 10, 2016.
Carolyn was born Oct. 27, 1939 to Cletus and Ruthe Johnson. Len was born March 3, 1939 to Ernest and Rosemund Bergeron.
Len is survived by his brother Ed Bergeron.
Len and Carolyn are survived by their three children; Ted (Leesa) Bergeron of Salem, Joanne (Bryan) Shepherd of Carmel Ind., and Steve (Toni) Bergeron of Gladstone; and three grandchildren, Alaina Miller, Alan and Caledonia Bergeron.
Lifelong Oregon residents, Len graduated from Benson Polytechnic and Carolyn was in the first graduating class at Wilson. Both graduating in 1957. Len furthered his education at the University of Portland and Carolyn went to the Oregon Agricultural College (OSU). They married Feb. 7, 1959 at St. Clare Church in Multnomah, Ore.
Len started his professional career in retail sales and became a partner in Farwest Graphics in 1970. Carolyn was a home-maker, scout leader, PTA president and enjoyed many craft hobbies until 1976 when the mini-series "Roots" was aired. From then on, Genealogy was her main hobby and the Genealogy Forum of Oregon became her clubhouse. Len loved racing sailboats on the Willamette river where he taught his children to sail. Carolyn enjoyed family time on the Oregon coast.
Fiercely independent, it took cancer to stop Len and dementia to stop Carolyn.
Now that Carolyn has joined Len in peace, we are holding a small memorial at 11 a.m., April 29, 2017 at Riverview Abbey in Portland. A private interment for family will be held after.
Len and Carolyn asked for remembrances to be made to the Humane Society of Oregon on their behalf.
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Patricia Anne 'Patti' Blenkinsop
Nov. 4, 1927 - April 18, 2017
Patti passed away April 18, 2017. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Blenkinsop; two sons, Michael and Brian. She is survived by daughters, Zetta Ryan and Linda Cobb; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at Noon, Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Spring Mountain Bible Church, 12152 S.E. Mather Rd, Clackamas, Oregon. Any donations may be made in Patti's name to Spring Mountain Bible Church.
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Walter Howard Evans III
Feb. 8, 1941 - April 15, 2017
Walter Howard Evans III died early in the morning of April 15, 2017, after a brief illness.
Born in Portland in 1941, Walt was a proud graduate of Duniway Elementary School and Cleveland High School, two communities where he made lifelong friends and enjoyed his entire life. He graduated from the University of Oregon, pledging Beta Theta Pi and majoring in Political Science. He continued his education at Willamette University College of Law, becoming a third-generation Oregon lawyer like his father and grandfather before him.
He began his career as a clerk for the Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court, remaining in Salem the following year to help create the Oregon Court of Appeals while working for the Oregon Judicial Council. Walt then moved to Washington, D.C. to work for Senator Mark Hatfield. In Washington he met his wife, Rebecca Berg, and they had their daughter, Alexandra Evans.
Walt loved the many years he spent working on Capitol Hill before he transitioned to private practice while still in D.C. There he represented the Embassies of Japan and Qatar and was influential in shaping the landmark 1986 Water Resources Development Act, which imposed cost sharing on local sponsors for the first time. He returned to Portland, spending the last 20 years at the law firm of Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt where he most enjoyed his work relating to the many ports of the Pacific Northwest. For decades, he was an active member in the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association, advising and advocating on their behalf locally as well in Washington, D.C.
Walt will be remembered for many things, but most significantly his smile, his warmth, and his genuine interest in others. He had a passion for history, a penchant for Portland food carts, and an innate ability to befriend everyone he met. His loss is keenly felt by many.
He was active in the Portland community, most recently serving on the Board of Waverley Country Club after serving on the History Committee for years and chairing the House committee at his death. He is survived by his wife; daughter; sisters, Martha and Emily Evans; brother-in-law, Kevin Wilson; niece, Jessica Hope; aunt, Caroline Rankin; numerous cousins and countless friends.
There will be a memorial service at 1:30 p.m., May 5, 2017 at the First Presbyterian Church, 1200 S.W. Alder St, Portland, with a reception following at Waverley Country Club, 1100 S.E. Waverly Dr, Portland. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Oregon Historical Society or Oregon Public Broadcasting.
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Dorothy Elizabeth Green
July 6,1926 - April 19, 2017
Dorothy Elizabeth Green, 90, passed away peacefully Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
Dorothy Swank was born in Topeka, Kan., in 1926. She graduated salutatorian from Sabetha High School. Dorothy then attended Junior College before heading to New York City to work for Trans World Airlines. Upon returning to Kansas City in 1950, she met Eldon Green who had recently served in WWII. They married soon after and went on to have two daughters, Janet and Jayne.
Dorothy was a devoted wife and mother. As Eldon advanced through the Federal Highway Administration, the family made many moves across the country. Dorothy was instrumental in supporting Eldon's career. Later in life, Dorothy and Eldon traveled, and enjoyed time with their children and grandchildren.
Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Eldon Green; daughter, Janet Ferguson; and grandson, John Arnold. She is survived by her daughter, Jayne; son-in-law, Bob; grandchildren, Emily, Laura, Rachael, Manoy, Tavhasye and Lokai; and great-grandson, John Daniel.
A service will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, April 25, 207, at Skyline Memorial Gardens. Reception to follow.
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Donna Helen (White) Hardt
June 9 1932 - April 17 2017
Donna Hardt passed away Monday, April 17, 2017.
She is survived by her brother, Melvin White; five children, Diane Morrow, Paula Johnson, Fred Hardt III, Kathy Hanson, Vicky Hock; 10 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Memorial service and reception will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, April 28, 2017 at Creator Lutheran Church 13250 S.E. Sunnyside Rd. Clackamas, OR 97015. Memorial donations may be made to alz.og.
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Johnny R.
Oct. 12, 1964 - April 13,2017
Johnny Rae Hewgley 52, died unexpectedly in his Portland Home April 13, 2017. He was born Oct. 12, 1964 to Sandra Rose Mcmindes and Albert Dwaine Hewgley, he was stepson to Raphael Davis, younger brother to Albert Hewgley and older stepbrother to John Davis.There will be a service to celebrate his life held at 3 p.m., Friday, April 28, 2017, at Omega Funeral and Cremation Services 223 S.E. 122 Avenue, Portland, OR 97233 with a reception following. There will be a public viewing from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that same day.
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Marilyn Jean (Coleman) Hillier
Sept. 11, 1929 - April 14, 2017
Marilyn Jean (Coleman) Hillier died April 14, 2017 after a decades-long fight against thyroid cancer. She was born Sept. 11, 1929 in Hoquiam, Wash., the elder daughter of Earl S. Coleman and Rhoda Gillies Coleman. She was educated in Hoquiam public schools, graduating in 1947 from Hoquiam High School. She was a member of the Hoquiam Presbyterian Church and sang in all three of its choirs. She attended the University of Oregon in a five-year program in nursing, spending two years on the Eugene campus and three years at the Oregon School of Medicine in Portland (now Oregon Science and Health University), graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing in 1952 and was licensed as a Registered Nurse in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, California and Colorado.
She worked as a surgical nurse at Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle for five years, then at Shelton General Hospital, at Kapiolani Maternity Hospital in Honolulu, at Palo Alto Hospital and Stanford Medical Center in California and as an EMT/EMT Trainer and School Nurse in Colorado.
She was a prodigious card and letter writer, always remembering birthdays and other important dates of her large family and always sending thank you notes and letters. She was a bright, congenial, competent, kind lady, and wise and caring to all. She was a good listener with great instincts and willing to respond with thoughtful suggestions and practical solutions.
She married a Navy flier, Lt. Commander Alfred Long in Honolulu in 1959. They became the parents of two sons, Michael Kenneth Long and Mark David Long, and lived in Mountain View, Calif., and O'Fallon, Ill., while he completed 20 years of service in the Navy. He then became an Instructor-Pilot for United Airlines in Denver and they lived in Parker, Colo. She later married Robert Haynes and lived in Fortuna, Calif.,, Hoodsport, Wash., and Tumwater, Wash. In 2004, she re-met Ralph E. Hillier and they renewed a relationship from U of O days, which led to their marriage, Dec. 3, 2004. They have resided in Beaverton.
She is survived by her husband, Ralph; her two sons, Mike and Mark; daughter-in-law, Cindy; two grandchildren, Anna Long and Will Long; seven stepsons; 22 step-grandchildren; and 23 step great-grandchildren; as well as nephews; and cousins. Her parents and sister Anita predeceased her.
The family wishes to acknowledge the compassionate care of the doctors, nurses and staff of Providence Medical Group, Providence Oncology and Hematology-Westside, the Oregon Clinic, and Providence Hospice.
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Ronald Allen Howerton
Jan. 18, 1948 - March 14, 2017
Ronald Allen Howerton, 69, passed away at home in Portland March 14, 2017.
Ron was born in Milwaukie, Jan. 18, 1948. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and retired from Sierra Pacific Industries in 2009.
Private services were held at Willamette National Cemetery. For full obituary, please visit
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Feb. 26, 1934 - April 09, 2017
Valentina Jaureguizar passed away peacefully the morning of April 9, 2017 to be with the Lord. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Alejo Jr.; her sons, Alejo Manuel, Carlos, and Julio; grandchildren, Alejo Manuel Jr., Lindsay, Steve, and Katrina; and great-grandchildren, Chloe, Lucy May, Iris, and Violet.
Valentina was born in Havana, Cuba where she married the love of her life Alejo Jaureguizar Jr. They later came to the United States with their family Sept. 21, 1961 to leave the oppression in Cuba. They made their home in Beaverton. Valentina loved having her family around her and greatly enjoyed her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The memorial service will be held at Finley-Sunset Hills Mortuary.
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Colleen Dowling Jones
Aug. 21, 1935 - April 14, 2017
Colleen Jones of Gresham, formerly of Tigard, died April 14, 2017.
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Jean Kahr
Sept. 27, 1923 - April 14, 2017
Jean Kahr went peacefully into the arms of Jesus, Good Friday morning. She was born in Eagle Creek, to Hedvig and Victor Madsen. Jean was preceded in death by her husband, Russell. She is survived by her brother, Jim; daughter, Kathy; son, David; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m., April 29, 2017 at Central Bible Church, Portland, Oregon. Remembrances to Central Bible Church Missions Fund in honor of Jean. Visit
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Barbara Ellen Ray Liddycoat
Aug. 4, 1940 - April 18, 2017
Barbara Ellen Ray Liddycoat passed away peacefully at home Tuesday, April 18, 2017 surrounded by loved ones. She was born in Hood River Aug. 4, 1940. She graduated from Franklin High in 1960. She spent her life in the Portland area creating a family and a circle of friends. She outlived her immediate family.
For those who truly knew her, underneath her fiery Irish exterior, Barbara was a loving wife and mother who wanted the best for her family. She worked most of her life to support her family. Along her journey, she shared her love as best she could.
In later life, she persevered through a series of strokes, heart disease and finally succumbed to cancer. She is now with God, who mercifully took her gently to Him. She is free now. Free of the pain and suffering of this world. Free to love openly and know peace. Free to forgive and be forgiven.
She is survived by four sons, Stephen, Douglas, Michael and his wife, Wendy, Robert and his wife, Tammy; and her husband of 50 years, Robert. And several grandchildren.
Per her wishes there will be no memorial or funeral. She prefers that her family and friends remember in private the good times. Any donations may be made to the
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Doreen (Brown) Link
April 7, 1928 - April 19, 2017
Doreen was a devoted wife for 60 years (Don 1925-2012) and a loving mother. She was a loyal friend to everyone she knew, always thoughtful and kind. She took great care of her blessed and humble life: nourishing friendships, lovingly caring for children, grandchildren, and extended family, and giving to her world unconditional warmth and goodness ... always.
She is survived by her children, Jenelle and Stan (Carrie); grandchildren Lucy and Wilson; and nieces.
Her life will be celebrated at 2 p.m., April 28, 2017, at All Saints Episcopal Church in S.E. Portland. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Oregon Humane Society.
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Amy Louise Mahoney
Dec. 26, 1957 - April 12, 2017
Amy Louise Mahoney passed away peacefully April 12, 2017, at Regent Court Memory Care in Corvallis after a long illness. Amy was born in Salem to Dennis and Jeanne Chamberlain. She grew up in the Portland area with her younger siblings, Mike and Mary, and graduated from Clackamas High School in 1976. She attended Oregon State University and received a bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition Science in 1982.
Amy's entire professional career was at Corvallis' Good Samaritan Hospital. While an OSU student she began as a part time associate serving the hospital's Food and Nutrition group and was soon promoted into leadership roles. In 1985, working for Marriott Corporation, she became the hospital's Director of Food and Nutrition Services, a position that later continued with Sodexo until illness prompted her early retirement in 2009.
Amy implemented many enhancements to the hospital's food service program during her tenure. She oversaw major renovations and brought a focus on healthy food choices in the hospital cafeteria. Other initiatives included overseeing the establishment of a coffee bar and casual café, launching an on-demand menu-driven service for patient meals, and implementing a highly successful catering service for internal and external events. Hospital neighbors shared that they planned their exercise walks to conclude at the hospital in order to enjoy the excellent food in the cafeteria.
Recognition followed Amy's professional efforts at Good Samaritan Hospital. In 2006, Sodexo named Amy General Manager of the Year for its Western Region, which encompassed more than 80 institutional sites served by Sodexo. The award recognized her exemplary performance and leadership in areas including customer satisfaction, financial performance and management, and the implementation of new and expanded programs. In 2010, the community honored Amy with the Sheldon Wagner Public Health Service Award, which acknowledged her "outstanding efforts to promote and protect the health of all residents of Benton County, Oregon."
Amy and Ralph "Skip" Mahoney were married March 3, 1986, and together they raised three children, Nichole, Matt, and Ben. The family especially enjoyed Oregon's natural beauty spending time camping, hiking, skiing, rafting and fishing. They also took memorable trips to many national parks and other scenic mountain locales in Canada and the western states and loved visiting family members throughout the country. A special event for Amy and Skip was a trip to Israel with their church as they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.
Not surprisingly, Amy was an excellent cook and a gracious hostess. Her delicious meals seemed effortless and often featured fresh items from her garden. Although work and family kept her busy she always found time for special visits with friends and extended family, and for much-loved walks with the family dogs, Susie and Rocky.
Amy brought warmth, love and laughter to all who knew her. Her laugh was simply joyful and represented the life that filled her. It reflected her whole person. Amy was a wonderful daughter, sibling, wife, mother, co-worker and friend. She will be greatly missed.
Amy is survived by her husband, Skip; children Nichole, Matthew (Elizabeth) and Ben (Melinda); and siblings, Mike (Mary) Chamberlain and Mary (David) Wittkop. She was preceded in death by her parents.
The family expresses their thanks and deep appreciation to the caring staff at Regent Court Memory Care and also the Benton Hospice Service. A private memorial service is planned. For those who desire, contributions in Amy's memory may be directed to the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, 3600 N.W. Samaritan Drive, Corvallis 97330.
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Jean Niemeyer
Nov. 15, 1929 - April 15, 2017
Jean is survived by her husband, Bernard; six children, Sid, Phil, Cal, Barb, Jan and Larry; brother, Harvey Van Kley; 12 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Memorial service will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 6, 2017, at Parklane Christian Reformed Church, 16001 S.E. Main St., Portland, OR. In lieu of flowers donations may be given to
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Glen Alan Pannell
June 20, 1952 - April 14, 2017
Glen Alan Pannell was born June 20, 1952 to Clinton and Darlene (Hennings) Pannell in Portland, where he lived all his life.
He joined the Army and was honorably discharged in 1974. Glen was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 1976, which he battled with for over 40 years. He married Sandy Lee (Herrell) Jan. 15, 1977. His career was spent working for the USPS.
Glen is survived by his wife, Sandy Lee Pannell; daughters, Darcie Lee Giese Thompson (Brian) and Deanna Lee Pannell (Michael Hurley); granddaughters, Petra Mae Giese Thompson and Kezia Rae Giese Thompson; mother, Darlene Pannell; brother, James Pannell; sisters, Pamela (Darwin) Johnson and Karen (David) Kuhn. He was preceded in death by his father, Clinton Pannell April 20, 2012.
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Jane Driggers Proctor
March 24, 1956 - April 17, 2017
Wife, Mother, Jockey, Friend.
Born to Charles R. and May Hanada Driggers in Portland, March 24, 1956. Jane was one the first women jockeys in America. Starting in 1972 as a 16 year old at Portland Meadows, Jane rode at racetracks up and down the West Coast. Her career included races won on horses from Seattle to Santa Anita. Jane retired in 1983, and in 1984 married horse trainer Harry A. "Hap" Proctor and started a family. They raised two boys, John and Ben, first in California and then in Florida as Hap became the farm manager for Glen Hill Farm in 1990.
Never one to sit still, Jane found two passions after raising their two sons, tennis and puppy raising. Through tennis she formed a cadre of life long friends who stood with her and supported her everyday throughout her illness and death. Encouraged by Hap, she became involved with Guide Dogs Foundation for the Blind. Beginning with "Ritz" she nurtured several dogs, beginning at 12 weeks until about 16 months when they where returned to New York for final training and pairing with their new owner.
Jane grew up and learned to ride in Canby. She graduated from Canby High in 1974. Jane is survived by her husband, Hap; sons, John and Ben; and brothers, Joe and Jed Driggers. A Celebration of Life will be held at 6 p.m., Saturday, April 26, 2017, at Glen Hill Farm, Ocala, Florida. Remembrances to Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, 371 East Jericho Turnpike, Smithtown, NY 11787-2976.
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Mina Quivey
Jan. 16, 1945 - April 17, 2017
Mina Quivey, 72, passed away April 17, 2017, surrounded by loving family. She is survived by her husband, David Quivey; one sister, Alice Bolen; brothers, Morrill, Lynn and Jerry Stout; six of her seven children, Dori Wolfe (Brian), Todd Coletti, Kristin Gilbert, Elizabeth Coletti-Brazzini (Francesco), John Coletti, Kathleen James (Jason); 12 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Angela; sister, Francell; and her parents.
She was born in Hurricane, Utah, Jan. 16, 1945, to Gerald and Evelyn Stout. In 1969, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area with her three oldest children. She settled there and had three additional children. The family relocated to the Portland area where she met and married her loving husband, David Quivey.
Her accomplishments and creative talents were many. She founded and directed a reputable K-8 private school. Her passions were truly focused on the arts. She loved acting in and directing musical plays; she was a poet, and artist and an outstanding educator. She will be sorely missed by those who loved her and were touched by her spirit.
The family would like to extend gratitude to the tender loving care she received at the end of her life.
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Edgar Speyer Reynolds
March 5, 1931 - March 27, 2017
Edgar Speyer Reynolds, Lewis & Clark College professor emeritus of theatre, died peacefully at home March 27, 2017. Born in Oakland, Calif., March 5, 1931, Edgar developed a love for theatre as a teenager. In high school, he tried out for a school play, and was hooked. "Suddenly the heavens opened, and that's what I wanted to do."
Edgar completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin, his master's degree at Columbia University, and his doctoral degree at the University of California at Berkeley. A self-proclaimed "PhD gypsy," Edgar taught at 10 different universities, including Oregon State University from 1974 to 1980, before coming to Lewis & Clark in 1980.
Arriving to Lewis & Clark in 1980, Edgar served as professor of theatre and Chair of the Department of Theatre until his retirement in 1995. Recognizing a great need for student financial aid, he established a scholarship fund for theatre students. When Associate Professor Leon Pike retired in 1987, Edgar had the scholarship named to recognize his senior colleague's significant contributions. Now honoring both men, the award is known as the Leon Pike/Edgar Reynolds Scholarship. Through a bequest, Edgar has ensured that the scholarship fund will benefit students far into the future.
In addition to his Lewis & Clark achievements, Edgar was Founding Literary Scholar and Director with Tygre's Heart Shakespeare Company of Portland from 1989 to 1990. In retirement, he remained active in Portland's vibrant theatre and performing arts community. He specialized in Shakespeare and classical theatre, and he was proud to have been the first to bring Shakespeare's Twelfth Night to Saigon Institute in Vietnam, in 2003.
Edgar was preceded in death by his parents, Marion Hobart Reynolds and Gwenevere Reid Reynolds. He is survived by his brother, Reid P. Condit of San Francisco; and two cousins, Gretchen Reynolds Morris of Corvallis and Alice Reynolds Sigmund of Beaverton.
A celebration of Edgar's life will be held at 2 p.m., July 8, 2017, at Agnes Flanagan Chapel at Lewis & Clark College. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Lewis & Clark's Leon Pike/Edgar Reynolds Scholarship Fund.
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Carol Sue Shonk
Nov. 28, 1944 - Apr. 20, 2017
Please join us in remembering her life at 2 p.m., Thursday April 27, 2017 at Beaverton Foursquare Church. Private Interment Mountainside Cemetery Scholls, OR.
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Karen V. Sims
Apr. 7, 1951 - Apr. 5, 2017
A Celebration Of Life service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 29, 2017, at Highland Christian Center, 7600 N.E. Glisan St., Portland, Oregon.
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Sandra Lou Thomas (Anderson)
July 25, 1947 - April 5, 2017
Sandra "Sandy" Lou Thomas (Anderson) passed away April 5, 2017 after a long battle with breast cancer. She died peacefully with her husband and daughter by her side.
She was born to Jerald and Fern Anderson, July 25, 1947 in Breckenridge, Minn. The family later moved to Portland where she graduated from Franklin High School in 1964. After high school she worked for Packwell where she met many of her life long friends. She then married Al Thomas, Jan. 2, 1966 and they made their home in Southeast Portland. They had two daughters, Tamera Jean Thomas and Trina Loraine Pfenning. She has two granddaughters, Vanessa Christine (Smith) and Allie Marie (Pfenning) . She absolutely loved being a grandma and spent many hours laughing with her family. She was an avid reader and enjoyed camping and fishing.
Services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 39901 Pleasant St. Sandy, OR.
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Devota 'Dodie' Wilkinson
May 9, 1939 - March 27, 2017
Dodie was born to Eugene and Inez Miller in Portland May 9, 1939. She was raised in St. John's and attended Roosevelt H.S. She married and had one son, Griffen Gray. Dodie had a long and successful career as a Title Officer working at Ticor Title, Oregon Title and retired from First American Title. For many years Dodie lived on a houseboat on the Columbia River. In 2003 Dodie married Lawrence "Larry" Wilkinson. Dodie loved animals, jeopardy, and most of all, her family. She is survived by her husband and son. Donations can be made in Dodie's name to the Oregon Humane Society.
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