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Note NI13613 :

Individuals : Boyd Roy Ken


Note NI13614 :

Individuals : Vanderpool George


Note NI13615 :

Individuals : Falkner John C.
Bohannan Mountain Cemetery, Huntsville, Madison Co., AR


Note NI13616 :

Individuals : Cothron Infant


Note NI13618 :

Individuals : Eubanks Vadie June


Note NI13619 :

Individuals : Eubanks Eldorado Dode
Drakes Creek Cemetery, Drakes Creek, Madison Co., AR


Note NI13620 :

Individuals : McCoy Abbie Abcilla


Note NI13621 :

Individuals : Eubanks Nina Effie
Memory Garden Memorial Park, Brea, Orange Co., CA
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
17 May 1984
1 CONT 17 May 1984
Nina Ferguson passed away Tuesday, May 8, 1984, in the Whittier hospital.She was preceded i n death by her husband, James Ferguson in 1966, herson, Arlis, in 1969. She was a member of t he Church of C hrist for 69years.
he Church of C hrist
"Grannie," as she was called by everyone, is survived by two daughters,Mrs. Evelyn Skapp of R owland Heights, Calif., Mrs. Wilda Roberts,Lebanon, Ore.; 14 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchi ldren and on egreat-great-grandchild.
24 great-grandchi ldren and on
Funeral services were May 12 at the Colman Funeral Home in LaHabra,Calif. Burial was in Memor ial Gardens in Brea, Calif. Douglas Downs,minister of the Church of Christ in LaHabra, offici ated.


Note NI13622 :

Individuals : Ferguson Evelyn Fay
Memory Garden Memorial Park, Brea, Orange Co., CA
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
25 Jan 1990
1 CONT 25 Jan 1990
Evelyn Fay Skopp, 68, of LaHabra, Calif., died Dec. 20, 1989, at theLaHabra Hospital. She wa s born March 1, 1920, at Huntsville, the daughterof James and Nina Ferguson. She had been a m ember of the Church of Christfor 53 years.
the Church
Survivors include three sons, Bob Miller and Gary Miller, both of DiamondBar, Calif., and Ran dell Skopp of the U.S. Navy; one stepson, Tom Skopp;one stepdaughter, Moreen Skopp; one siste r, Wilda Rob erts of Ketchikan,Ala.; 10 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Interment was at Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Brea, Calif.


Note NI13623 :

Individuals : Ferguson James


Note NI13624 :

Individuals : Boyd Peggy


Note NI13625 :

Individuals : Ferguson Arlis


Note NI13626 :

Individuals : Ferguson Wilda


Note NI13627 :

Individuals : Miller Loren Millard "Bus"
Groseclos Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
7 Aug 2003
1 CONT 7 Aug 2003
Loren Millard "Bus" Miller, 86, of Huntsville, Ark., died July 31, 2003,at Huntsville, Ark. H e was born January 4, 1917, at Japton, Ark., the sonof Jessie James and Rose Etta Eubanks Mil ler. He was a veteran of WorldWar Two serving in the United States Army and a logger.
ving in the United States Army and a logger.
Survivors include: three sons, Bob Miller of Diamond Bar, Calif., GaryMiller of Diamond Bar , Calif. and Richard Miller of Dallas, Ore.; onesister, Mrs. Lora Davenport of Sweet Home, Or e.; and severa lgrandchildren and great-grandchildren.
CONC lgrandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were Tuesday, August 5, at the Grose Cemetery withC.J. Jackson, officiatin g. Arrangements were under the direction ofBrashears Funeral Home at Huntsville.


Note NI13628 :

Individuals : Miller Bob


Note NI13629 :

Individuals : Simmons


Note NI13630 :

Individuals : Miller Gary


Note NI13631 :

Individuals : Miller Richard


Note NI13633 :

Individuals : Miller Jesse James
Groseclos Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
15 May 1941
1 CONT 15 May 1941
J. J. Miller, age 59 years, died May 13 at his home near Japton. Funeralservice, conducted b y Rev. Clarence Haskins, and burial were at theGrosse cemetery Wednesday afternoon, with th e Bruce Brashea rsUndertaking Co. directing the arrangements.
sUndertaking Co. directing the arrangements.
Mr. Miller was a native resident of Madison county. He is survived by hiswife, Etta Miller, a nd seven children - Mrs. Ted Steeley of Kansas City,Mo., Mrs. Sam Millburn of San Antonio, Te x., Mrs. Hay den Davenport ofNewport, Ore., Mrs. Oma McChristian, Mrs. Adan Drain, Mrs. Lawre nceGarrett and Loren Miller of Japton, all of whom were present at thefuneral except the daug hter in Oregon.


Note NI13634 :

Individuals : Eubanks Sarah Rose Etta
Groseclos Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
Mrs. Etta Miller, 95, of Sweet Home, Ore. died Aug 22 in Lebanon, Ore.Born July 3, 1880 in Ja pton, the daughter of J. M. and Esther JohnsonEubanks, she was a member of the Church of Chri st.
ber of the Church of Chri st.
Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Esther Steeley of Huntsville, Mrs.Maggie Dixon and Mrs. Wi lma Garrett of Dallas, Ore. and Mrs. LauraDavenport of Sweet Home; one son, Loren of Sweet Ho me; one brot her, J.A. Eubanks of Fayetteville; three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Mathis and Mrs.Lil lie Simpson of Japton and Mrs. Pearl McChristian of Huntsville; 18grandchildren, 41 great-gra ndchildren and five grea t-great-grandchildren.
dren, 41 great-gra ndchildren and five grea
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday at Brashears Funeral Home Chapelwith burial in Gros s Cemetery.


Note NI13635 :

Individuals : Boyd Patricia Hanna


Note NI13636 :

Individuals : Wheeler Oma Orlena


Note NI13637 :

Individuals : Miller Esther Elizabeth Jane
Gross Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
17 Apr 1997
1 CONT 17 Apr 1997
Mrs. Esther Elizabeth Steeley, 92, of Route 3, Box 253, Huntsville diedApril 14, 1997, at Was hington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville. Sewas born Jan. 15, 1905, at Japton, Ark., t he daughter of Jesse and EttaEubanks Miller. She was retired form Armor and Company in Kansa s City andwas a member of the Church of Christ. She was the widow of Ted MasonSteeley, who pr eceded her in death on F eb. 26, 1974.
of Ted MasonSteeley, who pr eceded her in death on F eb. 26, 1974.
Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Nadine Barnes of Raytown, Mo.; onebrother, Loren Mille r of Huntsville; two sisters, Mrs. Lora Davenport ofSweet Home, Ore., and Mrs. Wilma Garret t of Oregon; two granddaughters,Mrs. Janie Raye Knotts of Springdale and Mrs. Lora Lee Gilli n ofSherwood, Ark.; one great-grandson, Steve Barnett of Huntsville; threegreat-granddaughter , Mrs. Donna Barnett of Bent onville, Mrs. EvelineNadine Gillin and Miss Mary Elizabeth Gilli n, both of Sherwood, Ark.; onegreat-great-granddaugther, Miss Indica Jane Barnett of Bentonvi lle.
Sherwood, Ark.; onegreat-great-granddaugther, Miss Indica Jane Barnett
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, in the chapel ofBrashears Funeral Home w ith C.J. Jackson, minister, officiating.Interment will be in the Gross Cemetery under the dir ection of Br ashearsFuneral Home.


Note NI13638 :

Individuals : Miller James Marion
Groseclos Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
7 Apr 1927
1 CONT 7 Apr 1927
Marion Miller, 17 years old, was killed suddenly Saturday afternoon nearJapton by Viola Murph y, 10 year old daughter of Joe Murphy. Thedeplorable tragedy was accidental, according to th e verdict of thecoroner's jury at the inquest held by Justice of the Peace Johnson Rogers.
held by Justice of the Peace Johnson
The young man had been hunting and had stopped where the Murphy girl andtwo or three other ch ildren were playing. It is said that he had set downon a log and was whittling tooth brushe s for the chil dren; that theMurphy girl picked up his shotgun when the weapon was accidental lydischarged, the load striking young Miller in the side of his head andkilling him instantly .
striking young Miller in the side of his head
The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Miller and a grandson of F.M. Eubanks. He is sai d to have been an exceptionally fine young man andhis untimely, tragic death has cast a ver y deep sorrow o ver Japton andsurrounding communities. Special sympathy goes out to his paren ts wholess than a year ago lost another son who died within a few hours afterreturning home o ne evening from school to w hich he went that morning inapparently good health.


Note NI13639 :

Individuals : Miller Oval Clyde
Groseclos Cemetery, Madison Co., AR


Note NI13640 :

Individuals : Miller Sina Lee
IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn Co., OR


Note NI13641 :

Individuals : Harlan Valentine


Note NI13642 :

Individuals : Miller Mildred Lora
Gilliland Cemetery, Sweet Home, OR
Albany, OR
14 Jan 2009
T 14 Jan 2009
Jan. 4, 1917 - Jan. 10, 2009
n. 10, 2009
Mildred Lora Davenport, 92, of Sweet Home passed away Saturday.
y Saturday.
She was born in Japton, Ark., to Jessie James and Sarah Rose Etta(Eubanks) Miller.
Etta(Eubanks) Miller.
She moved from Arkansas to Texas in 1937 and then returned to Arkansas in1939. In 1941 she mo ved to Vernonia and eventually settled in Sweet Homein 1945.
in Sweet
Mildred was a member of Oak Street Church of Christ in Albany. DuringWorld War II she was a n aircraft warning service observer and earned herwings. She worked at U.S. Plywood in Lebano n, Cardwells D epartmentStore, Cornett's and Sprouse Reitz in Sweet Home. She retired in 1982 from Whites Electronics.
e Reitz in Sweet Home. She retired in
She enjoyed gardening, canning, reading, hunting and fishing. She lovedto cook and no one eve r left her home without being fed.
1 CONC cook and no one eve r left her home without being fed.
Mildred is survived by her husband, Ewell Hayden Davenport Sr. of SweetHome; daughter Joy an d husband John Claborn of Sweet Home; son Ewell andwife Deb Davenport of Albany; four grandch ildren; and f ivegreat-grandchildren.
en; and f
She was preceded in death by her daughter, LaQuita in 1943; her father in1941; her mother i n 1975; brothers William, Marion, twins Oval andOrville, and her twin brother, Loren; and sis ters Oma McChr istian,Esther Steeley, Maggie Drain Dixon, Wilma Garrett and Sina Milburn Cahi ll.


Note NI13643 :

Individuals : Miller Wilma Elena Lucille


Note NI13644 :

Individuals : Eubanks Frances Marion


Note NI13645 :

Individuals : Miller Easter Ann
Gross Cemetery, Madison Co., AR


Note NI13646 :

Individuals : Bass Joe Elvin


Note NI13647 :

Individuals : Miller Mary Nadine
Mary Nadine Barnes, 88, from Raytown, Missouri, passed away April 5, 2012at Baptist Hospita l in North Little Rock. Nadine moved to Sherwood tolive near her youngest daughter after he r husband passed away in 2006.She was born on July 11, 1923 at home in Japton, AR, to the lat e EstherSteeley. She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, auntand friend . She was very active in many community organizations such asBeta Sigma Phi, Eastern Star, an d the Shrine Temple. Although affected byAlzheimer's in her later years, she always maintaine d her sweet and kinddisposition and was a blessing to be around even in her final days.
e d her sweet and kinddisposition and was a blessing to be around
She was preceded in death by her husband, Beatty George Barnes and herson-in-law, John Edwar d Gillin. She is survived by her children, JanieRaye Barnes and Lora Lee Gillin; grandchildre n, Stephen E. Barnett, DonnaM. Brady and her husband, Justin Brady, Eveline N. Kent and her h usband,Benjamin A. Kent, and Mary E. Crawford and her husband, Brandon M.Crawford; great-gran dchildren, Indica J. Bar nett and Johnny E. Barnett;and her beloved nephew, Dale Z. Francisc o and his wife, Susie Francisco.
nett and Johnny E.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 7th, 2012 atLittle Rock Funeral Hom e, 8801 Knoedl Ct. (NW Corner I-630 and BarrowRd.). Memorials may be made to Make-A-Wish©’ Mi d-South or A rkansasAlzheimer's Association.
l Ct. (NW Corner I-630 and
Arrangements by Little Rock Funeral Home
ke-A-Wish©’ Mi d-South or A
Find A Grave Memorial# 88183165


Note NI13648 :

Individuals : Steeley Theodore Mason "Ted"
Gross Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
Northwest Arkansas Times
Fayetteville, AR
27 Feb 1974
1 CONT 27 Feb 1974
Huntsville - Ted Mason Steeley, 71 of Huntsville, died Tuesday at aSpringdale hospital. Bor n Oct. 4, 1902 in Carthage, Mo., he was the sonof Basil and Stella Mason Steeley.
f Basil and Stella Mason Steeley.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Ester Miller Steeley of the home; onedaughter, Mrs. Nadin e Barnes of Raytown, Mo.; two grandchildren and onegreat-grandchild.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Brashears Funeral Home withburial in Gross Cemeter y.


Note NI13649 :

Individuals : Steeley Basil


Note NI13650 :

Individuals : Mason Stella


Note NI13651 :

Individuals : Barnes Beatty George
Find A Grave Memorial# 88222977


Note NI13652 :

Individuals : Barnes Janie Raye


Note NI13653 :

Individuals : Harlan James P.


Note NI13654 :

Individuals : Barnes Lora Lee


Note NI13655 :

Individuals : Miller Maggie Mae
Belcrest Memorial Park, Salem, Marion Co., OR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
22 Feb 1979
1 CONT 22 Feb 1979
Maggie May Dixon of Dallas, Oregon, passed away March 11 in a Lebanon,Oregon hospital. She wa s 72.
hospital. She wa s 72.
She was born in Japton February 1, 1907.
ry 1, 1907.
Survivors are three daughters, Goldie Gleason, Dallas, Oregon, Sylvia B.Davenport, Lebanon, O regon, and Esther Barber, Salem, Oregon; three sons,Vernon Drain, Homedale, Idaho, Loren Drai n, Springdal e, and Ted Drain,Dallas, Oregon; two step-sons, Herb and Archie Dixon, Portland , Oregon; astep-daughter, Eleanore Stranger, Minneapolis, Minn.; a brother, LorenMiller, Swee t Home, Oregon; three sis ters, Esther Steeley, Huntsville,Lora Davenport, Sweet Home, Oregon , and Wilma Garrett, Dallas, Oregon; 31grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren.
, and Wilma Garrett,
Services were at 1:30 March 14 at Rigdon-Ransom Colonial Chapel, Salem,Oregon, with Rev. Me l Brower officiating. Interment was in BelcrestMemorial Park, Salem, Oregon.


Note NI13656 :

Individuals : Drain Adam Vernon
Dunaway Cemetery, Madison Co., AR
The Madison County Record
Huntsville, AR
11 May 1961
1 CONT 11 May 1961
Adam V. Drain, 58, resident of Elkins community died Tuesday morning in aFayetteville hospita l following a short illness. Mr. Drain was bornOctober 9, 1903 at Asher, son of the late Samu el and Froni a Drain.
e late Samu el and Froni a Drain.
Survivors are three sons, Vernon Drain, L. D. Drain, and Ted Drain, allof Wilder, Idaho; thre e daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Davenport of Lebanon,Ore., Mrs. Goldie Ledbetter and Miss Esther An n Drain of As her; sixsisters, Mrs. Martha Miller of Rogers, Mrs. Rudy Hill and Mrs. DellaCom bs, both of Thorney, Mrs. Flora Drain and Mrs. Ida Dunaway, both ofAsher and Mrs. Nervia Mead ow of Fayetteville; and n ine grandchildren.
1 CONC Nervia Mead ow of Fayetteville; and n ine grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted at 2:30 p.m., Friday at the Plainviewschool, by Rev. Claude C ounts. Burial was at Dunaway cemetery at Asherunder the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home.


Note NI13657 :

Individuals : Boyd John Wesley
Ft. Sumter Community Cemetery, Knoxville, TN
John Wesley Boyd
ey Boyd
BOYD, JOHN WESLEY - a lifelong Knoxville resident and ardent TennesseeVols fan, died Monday e vening, March 22, 2010 at the age of 74. John lostthe battle with pneumonia but won what he c onsidered th e most importantfight of all at his home among loved ones. An honest, good man a nd atireless worker, John was born in Murfreesboro on April 9, 1935. Aftermoving to Knoxville , he met the love of his life, Bobbie Daniels, at age17. They had six children and remained r ock solid through all of life'sups and downs for 57 years. He was of the Baptist faith and lo ved theLord. He was preceded in dea th by mother and father, Eugene and JohnnieCatherine Boyd , and infant daughter, Katherine Elizabeth Boyd. Left tolovingly mourn his passing and celebr ate his Heavenly peace, happinessand comfort ar e wife, Bobbie; daughters and sons-in-law Kim berly andJaime Ybarra of Yorba Linda, CA and grandchildren, Melissa, John, Codyand Adam Colem an, and Cynthia and David McCarter of Sevierville,grandchil dren Laura Leigh Bales and husban d, Ed, their kids, Kaitlyn andTyler Bales, Daniel Fleming and daughter, Kayleigh Jade; sons , John W.Jr. (Chuck), Greg and Randy Boyd; sisters, Patricia Hannah and Pe ggyAdams; brothers , Ken and wife, Cara Boyd and Tom and wife, Betty Boyd;loving former daughter-in-law, Michell e Boyd; and countless otherwonderful friends and relatives. A funeral service will be conduct ed at7:00 p.m. Thursday at the Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel with ReverendTimothy Tatum offic iating. Family and friends will meet at 11:45 a.m.Friday at Ft. Sumter Community Cemetery (fo rmer ly Halls Memory Gardens)for a 12:00 noon interment service. The family will receive frie nds from5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Thursday at Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel.
ends will meet at 11:45
Online condolences may be made at
ly Halls Memory
Friday March 26
12:00 PM
Ft. Sumter Community Cemetery
4828 Salem Church Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37938
0 p.m. Thursday at Rose Mortuary Broadway
Formerly Halls Memory Gardens


Note NI13658 :

Individuals : Drain Samuel


Note NI13659 :

Individuals : Fronia


Note NI13660 :

Individuals : Drain Vernon


Note NI13661 :

Individuals : Drain L. D.


Note NI13662 :

Individuals : Drain Ted


Note NI13663 :

Individuals : Drain Sylvia


Note NI13664 :

Individuals : Drain Goldie


Note NI13665 :

Individuals : Harlan Elizabeth Jane


Note NI13666 :

Individuals : Drain Esther Ann


Note NI13667 :

Individuals : Drain Martha


Note NI13668 :

Individuals : Adams Robert


Note NI13669 :

Individuals : Drain Ruby


Note NI13670 :

Individuals : Drain Della


Note NI13671 :

Individuals : Drain Flora


Note NI13672 :

Individuals : Drain Ida


Note NI13673 :

Individuals : Drain Nervia


Note NI13674 :

Individuals : Milburn John Samuel
IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn Co., OR


Note NI13675 :

Individuals : Milburn Rosa Lee
Rosalie Dannen
July 2, 1934 ©ŘO Aug. 10, 2008
g. 10, 2008
Rosalie Dannen, 74, of Halsey died Sunday in Corvallis.
She was born in San Antonio, Texas, the daughter of John Samuel and SinaLee (Miller) Milburn.
aLee (Miller) Milburn.
Rosalie started her career by working as a nurse for Dr. Jack Hartman inSweet Home.
1 CONC inSweet Home.
She married Lyle Bennett Dannen on Nov. 10, 1961, in Sweet Home. Afterher marriage to Lyle sh e stayed home with her family until she beganworking for the U.S. Census Bureau in 1964, earn ing many awa rds untilher retirement in 2000.
rds untilher
Rosalie was a member of American Legion Auxiliary No. 133. There she heldmany offices, and ch aired numerous committees working her way to becomingdepartment president. She was very activ e in the Lin n County HistoricalSociety and the Shedd Museum. Rosalie loved teaching others a bout thethings she loved: pinochle, history and travel.
teaching others a
She is survived by many beloved aunts, uncles and cousins who know theywere always close to h er heart.
loved aunts, uncles and cousins who know
She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Lyle Dannen; daughterSusie Dannen-LaVoie; a nd parents Samuel and Sina Lee Milburn.
aughterSusie Dannen-LaVoie; a nd parents Samuel and Sina Lee Milburn.
Rosalie's family would also like to acknowledge her dearest friends whohave become like famil y: Barbara and Alton Rush, their family andgrandchildren.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Halsey UnitedMethodist Church.
y at the Halsey UnitedMethodist
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Brownsville Sharing Hands orAmerican Legion Chil d Welfare Foundation in care of Fisher Funeral Home,306 Washington St. S.W., Albany, OR 97322


Note NI13676 :

Individuals : Dannen Lyle Bennett
Pugh/Shedd Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co., OR
Albany Democrat Herald
Tuesday, November 7, 1989
ember 7, 1989
Lyle Bennett Dannen
( November 17, 1922 - November 5, 1989 )
Halsey - Lyle B. Dannen, retired Halsey postmaster, died Sunday at GoodSamartian Hospital i n Corvallis. He was 66.
Hospital i n Corvallis. He was 66.
He was born November 17, 1922, in Shedd, and was a descendant of LinnCounty and Marion Count y Pioneers. He lived in the Shedd - Halsey areaall his life except when he was in the U.S. Ar my during Wor ld War II.Mr. Dannen served as a postal unit officer in Australia, New Guinea a ndthe Philippines.
n Australia, New Guinea a
After his discharge he settled in Halsey and served as the localpostmaster for 36 years.
ved as the
He married Rosalie Milburn November 10, 1961, in Sweet Home. She survives.
urn November 10, 1961, in Sweet Home. She survives.
Mr. Dannen was commander of the American Legion Timber City Post in SweetHome and a member o f the Disabled American Veterans and HarrisburgVeterans of Foreign Wars and AM Vets Post No . 15 of Sweet H ome. He was amember of the Halsey United Methodist Church and the Halsey Od d FellowsLodge. He was a past cheif of the Halsey/Shedd Rural Fire Department anda member o f National Association of postm asters.
C Department anda member o f National Association of postm asters.
Survivors beside his wife are children Susie Dannen of Harrisburg andScot Dannen of Californi a, brother Willard Dannen of Yuma, Arizona, twogranddaughters. His sister, Elsa Dannen, and f oster son, F loranieGervacio, died before him.

Mr. Dannen's funeral will be at 11a.m. Thursday at the Halsey UnitedMethodist Church, followe d by burial in Pugh Cemetery in Shedd. FisherFuneral Home is in charge of arrangements.
emetery in Shedd.
Memorials can be made to the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation on theAmerican Legion Child W elfare Foundation.


Note NI13677 :

Individuals : Harlan Sarah


Note NI13678 :

Individuals : Dannen Diana Sue


Note NI13679 :

Individuals : Hannah Wayne


Note NI13680 :

Individuals : Cowitz Edna Margaret
Liberty-Nie Cemetery
Albany Democrat Herald
Edna Margaret Cowizt Dannen
( November 9, 1922 - November 6, 1970 )
Sweet Home - Memorial service for Edna M. Dannen, 46, formerly of SweetHome and most recentl y of Santa Barbara, will be 2p.m. Thursday at SweetHome Church of Christ, 18th and Long Steet , with Pastor C. Paul Moore Sr.officiating. Private burial will follow at Liberty Cemetery. T racewellFuneral Home is in charge of arrangements.
ry. T
Those wishing to do so may send contributions in her memory to a fund setup for her son, Lest er Edward "Eddie" Sherwood, who was permanentlyinjured in an accident while participating i n a Sweet Home Sportsman'sHoliday event about six years ago. Gifts may be left or sent to the Tracewell Funeral Home or the Sweet Home Church of Christ.
ix years ago. Gifts may be left or sent
She was born November 9, 1922 in Sweet Home, where she attended schoolsand graduated from Swe et Home High School in 1940. She worked for a shorttime in Corvallis, also moving to Californ ia for a sho rt period andreturning to Sweet Home about 1946. She spent most of her life in t he midvalley.
n ia for a sho rt period
She was a member of the Sweet Home Church of Christ.
Survivors include a son, Lester Edward "Eddie" Sherwood of Portland; twodaughters, Mrs. Larr y ( Marjorie ) Little of Sweet Home and Miss DianaSue Dannen of Halsey; her mother Mrs. Libbi e Cowitz of S weet Home; twosisters Eva Looney of Sweet Home and Mrs. Edith Wetherell of Lead er,Minn.; and one grandchild.


Note NI13681 :

Individuals : Dannen Lester Edward "Eddie"


Note NI13682 :

Individuals : Dannen Marjorie Ann


Note NI13683 :

Individuals : Dannen Diana Sue


Note NI13684 :

Individuals : Boardrow Joseph Henry


Note NI13685 :

Individuals : Sherwood Lester Lamont
Sweet Home, New Era
Lester Lamont Sherwood
( May 24, 1920 - July 2, 2001 )
Lester Lamont Sherwood, 81, of Springfield, died Monday.
ringfield, died Monday.
Mr. Sherwood was born May 24, 1920 in Opheim, Montana,the son of Aubreyand Fay (Lang) Sherwoo d. He spent most of his life in Western Oregon. Helived in the Sweet Home area and graduate d from Sweet H ome High Schoolin 1939.
m Sweet H ome
Serving in the Army during World War II, he participated in campaigns inEurope, Africa and th e Middle East.
He married Irene Deckert in Eugene on March 11, 1950.
1 CONT He married Irene Deckert in Eugene on March 11, 1950.
Mr. Sherwood was a contract logger in Sweet Home and surrounding areas,and he enjoyed fishing , hunting, baseball and other sports.
ball and other sports.
He was a life member of the Springfield Veterans of Foreign Wars, and wasa Mason and Shriner . He and his wife took care of the WaltervilleCommunity Center for more than 22 years.
ty Center for more than 22 years.
Surviving are wife Irene Sherwood; sisters, Shirley Mathers of Sweet Homeand Stella Morrell o f Creswell; and a grandson.
swell; and a grandson.
He was preceded in death by son Edward Sherwood, daughter Marjorie Stoneand sister Edna Helga th.
sister Edna Helga th.
A memorial service will be at 11a.m. Saturday at the Ggeorge MillerMemorial Building at the W alterville Community Center.
ille Community Center.
Contributions in Mr. Sherwood's name may be made to the maintenance fundat the Walterville Co mmunity Center, 39259 Camp Creek Road, Springfield,Oregon 97478; or to Walterville Grange No . 416. Major Family Funeral Homeof Springfield is handling arrangements.

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