The Lebanon Express from Lebanon, Oregon (2024)

balance to to of APY is in all Lebanon (OR) Express, Wednesday, December 14, 2005 A7 OBITUARIES Leeta M. Collings 15, 1935 Dec. 8, 2005 Leeta M. Collings, 70, of Lebanon, died Dec. 8, 2005, at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital.

Private family services will be held. She was born Nov. 15, 1935, in Meckling, S.D., the daughter of Henry and Mariah (Holmes) Styles. She moved to Portland when she was 12 years old. On June 10, 1954, she married Max D.

Collings in Vancouver, Wash. She worked at Speedy Way Wood in Portland for 20 years. She moved to Lebanon 10 years ago, after her husband retired. Survivors are her husband Max; daughters Michelle Wanous of Hermiston, Cheryl Glover of Lebanon and Angela Kober of Texas; sons William Collins and Doug Collins of Portland and James Collins of Sweet Home; 15 grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to St.

Jude's Children's Hospital or to the family and sent in care of Huston-Jost Funeral Home, 86 W. Grant St. Lebanon, OR 97355. Penny Roth Feb. 20, 1956 Dec.

2, 2005 Penny Brownsville, died Dec. 2, 2005, at home. A memorial service was held Dec. 9 at Brownsville First Assembly of God Church. She was born in Feb.

20, 1956, in Santa Paula, to Jack Roth, 49, of formerly of Albany, PENNY ROTH and Jean Smith She moved to Albany in 2000 and just recently moved to Brownsville. Survivors are her daughters Jacqueline Brown Albany and Lucretia Carter of Spokane, mother Jean Smith of Brownsville; brothers Joe Foust of Lancaster, Donald Foust of Nampa, Idaho, and Jacque Smith of Brownsville; and four Huston-Jost Home handled arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www.hustonjost.com. Shirley Elaine (Gerig) Call Feb. 3, Shirley 1925 Dec.

6, 2005 Elaine (Gerig) Call, SHIRLEY CALL 80, formerly of Lebanon and recently of Albany, died Dec. 6, 2005, in Albany. Funeral services were held Dec. 14 at the Lebanon Mennonite Church. Private burial was held at Fairview Mennonite Cemetery.

She was born Feb. 3, 1925, in Albany, the daughter of Henry and Bertha (Boshart) Gerig. She lived in the Albany-Lebanon area as a child and later moved to Kansas, where she graduated from Hesston High School in 1949. She worked with the Mennonite Central Committee in Pennsylvania and Indiana. In 1960, she graduated from Goshen College in Indiana with a teaching degree.

On Aug. 19, 1967, she married Wayne Call in Lebanon. She taught English at West Albany High School for seven years. She earned a master's degree from University of Oregon in language arts. She pioneered the English Department at Linn-Benton Community College in 1967 and taught literature and writing there for 18 years.

In 1985, she retired. She and her husband lived in Lebanon on the family farm until they moved to the Mennonite Village in 1999. She was a member of the Lebanon Mennonite Church. Her travels included trips to Western Europe, England, Amsterdam and Taiwan, where she adopted her daughter Letters to the Editor Continued from page A6 apparent pleasure they had in being able to help out the troops. A huge thank you to you all, and please remember the merchants that support our troops and thank them as you shop in their stores or see them at community functions.

Anita Allen Marine Corps Family Foundation School board member asks what we expect To the Editor: I need to voice my opinion on what is going on with the school district and the school board since I rarely get the opportunity to do so at meetings. I concur with other board members that there are problems in our School District and we need to address and take corrective actions. But how to address and solve these problems will need a greater input from the com- munity, the educators and all board members. In my opinion, we as individual board members should not force our views, values and solutions on other board members without discussions, evaluating facts and sharing ideas. Views from all sides should be heard and given a fair chance to be represented.

They might be the same solutions for the problems but addressed from different sets of values. With that in mind, I have a few questions for the community. Should we write more policies and rules to address certain problems caused by a few, or, should we evaluate current policies that address all the current problems and find ways to enforce them? Shouldn't we work together as a team to come up with better solutions for the betterment of our school district instead of finger-pointing, and arguments? Also, how can we make policies and expect others to follow when we can't even follow our own policies and procedures? New to the Community? "The city that friendliness built" would like to welcome you! The Lebanon Greeter would love to call on you to provide you with information about our community and share free gifts from local merchants. Call 259-1559 FOR A VISIT and FREE GIFTS! A Community Service for over 50 Years HAVE A WATER PROBLEM? 24 Hour Emergency Service Extraction Sanitizing Drying Mold Treatment Deodorization Complete building repairs of all types Carpet Upholstery cleaning by Steamway Disaster Restorations www.DisasterRestorations.com 928-7267 258-7665 WAY STEAM CORVALLIS ALBANY LEBANON Leanne in 1974. Survivors are her husband Wayne of Albany; daughter Leanne Barron of Lebanon; sisters Marjorie Nofziger, Virginia Gerig and Grace Miller, all of Lebanon; brothers Henry Gerig of Lebanon, Paul Gerig of Sprague River, and Rex Gerig of Milwaukee, and grandsons Benjamin and Alexander Barron.

Contributions in her memory may be made to the Mennonite Central Committee or Samaritan Evergreen Hospice and sent in care of Huston-Jost Funeral Home, 86 W. Grant Lebanon, OR 97355. Alvina Magdelena (Rosin) Galster Dec. 26, 1911 Dec. 9, 2005 Alvina Galster, 93, formerly of Sweet Home, died Dec.

9, 2005, in Sublimity, Ore. Viewing will be at 10 a.m. today, Dec. 14. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m.

at Bet el Magdelena (Rosin) ALVINA GALSTER ALVINA GALSTER Lutheran Church in Sweet Home. She was born 26, 1911, in Java, S.D., the daughter of Fredrick and Magdelena (Pleinis) Rosin. The family moved to a homestead near Craigmyle, Alberta in Canada. On Nov. 24, 1936, she married Albert Galster and they moved to Sweet Home.

Survivors are her daughters Wanda Firman of Boise, Inez Ambrosek of Stayton and Linda Bunting of Salem; grandchildren Kris and Sarah Ambrosek, Julie and John Firman and Rachel Hubler; and four greatgrandchildren. Her parents; brothers Fred, Albert, and Reinhold Rosin; infant sister Emma Rosin; and her son Darrell died before she did. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice or a I am constantly reminded about the history of this community that only 30-40 percent of students go to college. Should we continue with this status quo or should we expect more from the millions of dollars spent every year? If we were to continue with the status quo, then let's be honest with the parents. The community only expects 30-40 percent of the children to go to higher education.

It is money wasted if we have low expectations for our children. Every child should have the opportunity to be taught with the notion they will go to college regardless of status, race and learning abilities. Our children should be reminded to set higher goals in school. So for Christmas, I pray to God to give us the gift of wisdom like he did for Solomon. To help us make smart decisions for our School District favorite charity.

Workman Steckly Funeral Chapel handled arrangements. Ruth Cray Cliff Nov. 21, 1918 Dec. 8, 2005 Ruth Cray Gilchrist, Ore. and formerly of Lebanon, died Dec.

8, 2005. A memorial mass will be held at 11 a.m. on Dec. 17 at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church in Gilchrist. She was in Williston, of Elliott and Cliff, 87, of RUTH CLIFF born Nov.

21, 1918, N.D., the daughter Leonie (Lyonais) Gray. She graduated from Lebanon High School. She graduated from Marylhurst College in Lake Oswego with a bachelor's degree. She taught school at Sheaville, Arock, Vale, Bend, and Klamath Falls and at Fairbanks, Alaska. On Sept.

10, 1954, she married Cameron Cliff. He died in 1985. She owned and operated the Cliff Ranch in Gilchrist. She was a member of the Cattlewomen's Association and the Altar Society. Survivors are her daughter Theresa Cliff of Gilchrist; sisters Betty Young of Lebanon; Marie O'Leary of Paisley, and Lucille Montgomery of Arock; brothers Mike Cray and Frank Cray, both of Lebanon, and George Cray and John Cray, both of Burns; and two grandchildren.

Her parents, husband Cameron, and a sister died before she did. Memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of the Snows, P.O. Box 299, LaPine, OR 97739. Baird Memorial Chapel handled arrangements. Janet A.

Spalding Jan. 1, 1944 Dec. 7, 2005 Janet A. Spalding, 61, of and the future of our children. So everything we do and speak will glorify his name and help our children.

These are my own personal views. Chris Fisher Lebanon School board member Guidelines for letters to editor We encourage readers to express their views 011 issues of public concern. All letters must be signed, giving the name of the writer, a daytime phone number for the purpose of confirmation, and the address, even if sent by e-mail. Letters longer than 350 words will be edited. Letters may be sent to the Lebanon Express, P.

O. Box 459, Lebanon OR 97355 or by at lebanon.express@lee.net. Pacific HEARING Center 555 Main Street Lebanon Oregon Can you really enjoy Christmas when you can't understand what others are saying? Years We Can Help! Experience Be prepared for Christmas this year. Schedule a hearing evaluation. The price is right NO CHARGE WE CAN HELP Tony LaFond Sorus Lic.

489445 You have questions? We have answers. We are concerned about you, and help is just a phone call away. 541-451-1575 Monday Friday 9am 4pm Lebanon, died Dec. 7, 2005, at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital. A funeral service was held on Dec.

12 at Huston-Jost Funeral Home. She was born Jan. 1, 1944, in Potato Flat near Burney, the daughter of Arnold George and Grace Marie (Lay) Schmidt. She grew up in Burney and moved to Anderson, where she graduated from high school. In 1977, she moved to Lebanon.

On Nov. 16, 1978, she married Earl Spalding in Lebanon. She worked as a waitress for many years. Survivors are her husband Earl Spalding, Sr. of Lebanon; daughters Angie and Ardell of Nevada; sons Earl Spalding, Jr.

of Lebanon and Ozzie Brown Nevada; mother Grace Tobin of Burney; three stepdaughters; a stepson; sister Lib Crum of Pittville, brothers Joe Schmidt of Suisan, Calif. and Arnie Schmidt of Truckee, stepsister Lynn of Redding, 17 grandchildren; and 10 nieces and nephews. Her father Arnold Schmidt, sister Kathryn Schmidt, twin Jimmy Schmidt, and brothers John Schmidt and Don Lee Green died before she did. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of choice and sent in care of Huston-Jost, 86 W. Grant Lebanon, OR 97355.

Victor Myronenko April 27, 1951 Dec. 8, 2005 Victor Myronenko, 54, of Lebanon, died Dec. 8, 2005, after a six-year battle with cancer. A graveside service was held on Dec. 10 at the Lebanon I.O.O.F.

Cemetery. He was born April 27, 1951, in Gardner, the son of Paulo and Maria (Dreher) Myronenko. He moved to Lebanon, where he graduated from high school in 1969. He worked at Linn-Gear while still in high school and then worked for Cascade Steel Rolling Mill. He moved to Bakersfield, where he worked in the oil fields for ten years.

He returned to Lebanon and worked for Linn Gear until his illness forced him to retire. On Aug. 25, 1995, he married Sherri Hackworth in Lebanon. Survivors are his wife Sherri of Lebanon; daughter Shannon of Bakersfield; sons Destry of Bakersfield, Calif. and Dan of Wyoming; mother Maria of Eugene; stepdaughters Amber and Kristine of Lebanon; sister Nina of Eugene; brother Larry of Sweet Home; and nine grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society and sent in care of Huston-Jost Funeral Home 86 W. Grant St. Lebanon, OR 97355. An online condolence to the family may be sent to www.hustonjost.com. Jonathan Edward Virtue Sept.

1, 1977 Dec. 10, 2005 Jonathan 28, of Portland Sweet 2005, in a his home. A memorial service will be at a.m. on 15 Community Chapel Ames Creek. He born Sept.

1977, Modesto, the of George Edward Virtue, and formerly of died Dec. 10, farming accident at 11 Dec. at at JONATHAN VIRTUE was 1, in JONATHAN VIRTUE son and Sharon (Morrison) Virtue, Sr. He graduated from Sweet Home High School in 1995. While there, he participated in swimming, football, track and field and student body.

He was a 4-H member in Calapooia Critters for six years. He graduated with a bachelor of arts degree from Oregon State University and earned his master of arts in teaching in agricultural education. He was on the OSU livestock judging team and was a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. He worked at the Fort James mill in Halsey, the Department of Forestry, and JELD-WEN Millwork in Bend, Atlanta, and Portland. He taught as an agriculture instructor and was a Future Farmers of America advisor at Sandy High School.

Survivors are his wife Abby; daughter Katie; sons Daniel and Nathan; parents George and Sharon; brothers George Virtue Jr. of Sweet Home, Tim Holly of Sweet Home and Mike Holly of Tucson, and ten nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be donated in his name at Key Bank. Workman Steckly han- Obituary guidelines The Lebanon Express publishes obituaries free as a community service. Photographs also are printed at no charge.

There is no length limit, but obituaries may be edited. Obituaries appear online at www.lebanon-express.com. For more information or to submit an obituary, call 258-3151 or send an e-mail to lebanon.express@lee.net. Concrete Work Excavating Land Clearing Site Preps FREE Estimates Residential Commercial S. WAGENER, Inc.

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