Oregon and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Ervin (Fern) Staab; sisters, Helen (Vitus) Wiederholt, Elizabeth (Emil) Schilmoeller, Doris (Don) Rielly and Rita Mary Schaaf. Funeral services will be 9:30 a.m ... (Le Mars Daily Sentinel)
He was a lifelong Bobcat supporter and Bobcat Century Club booster. Upon graduation from Montana State College, Bob chose to attend Dental School in Portland at the University of Oregon. Bob married Diana Lee Vickrey at the Presbyterian Church in Bozeman ... (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
They spent the next few years stationed around the world: Saipan, Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii. They had three sons, Stephen Frontis (MaryAnn), Seattle; Bob Frontis (Terry), Yakima; Tony Frontis (Renee), Yakima; grandchildren – Valerie ... (Yakima Herald)
Born in Corvallis, Oregon to Paul and Fay Koch on July 5th 1955. In the early 70’s Gaylen proudly served his country as a soldier in the United States Army. After his service, he went to community college and found a career in the sheet metal trade. (New Braunfels Herald Zeitung)
Phoenix police Chief Derek Bowker, who attended wearing his blues, doubted that most in attendance hesitated when they read Baker’s obituary. “It’s just amazing, the Southern Oregon community and the way they step up,” Bowker said, guessing there ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)
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