She was born September 30th, 1951 in Salem, Oregon. Sonja was the second child of three born to Frederick and Una Kruse. In 1957, the family moved to Coos Bay, Oregon, where her father Frederick launched his architectural firm. Sonja graduated with honors ... (Yakima Herald)
When her husband was called back to active duty during the Korean Conflict, the family left the east coast for Oregon and family in the Portland area. Pendleton and Salem followed, and in 1969 they moved to Central Point. After her husband's death in 1985 ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)
She lived for many years in Galesville. She is survived by six children, Dave Mosier (Joann) of Galesville, Alan Thomas Mosier of Oregon, Kathy Mosier Kampa (Tom) of De Soto, Jon Wason (Megumi) of Connecticut, Beverly Wason (Jim) of Oregon, Vicky Wason ... (La Crosse Tribune)
They enjoyed the World’s Fair in Banff Canada, fishing trips to the Oregon coast, excursions to Yellowstone ... Highway 24 in Rupert. For obituary rates and information, call (208) 735-3266 Monday through Saturday. The deadline for obituary submissions ... (Twin Falls Times-News)
Donna is survived by her husband and partner of 63 years, Lucky; her children, Randy (Patty) of Sun Prairie, Ron (Kelly) of Windsor, and Roxanne of Madison; grandchildren, Ryan (Robin) of Oregon, Rachel (Matt) of Waunakee, Talon of Windsor, and Krystal ... (Madison)
What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...
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