Location: Benton County OR

Hale, Gladys Sarah – Obituary

Lostine, Union County, Oregon In Memory of Gladys Sarah Hale Born May 28, 1900 Lostine, Oregon Died November 1, 1993 Corvallis, Oregon Funeral Service Friday, November 5, 1993 at 1:00 pm Burns Mortuary Chapel Hermiston, Oregon Officiating, Fr. Alfred Miller Music, Taped selections Private Internment Echo Cemetery Echo, Oregon Contributed by: Gary Jaensch

Hamilton, C. W. – Obituary

C. W. Hamilton, Of Lower Cove, Called by Death Charles W. Hamilton was born in Scioto, county, Ohio, May 2, 1845 where he lived until 1869. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the Union army. From May 2, to Sept. 3, 1864, he served as corporal in Company I of the 140th regiment. In this long and terrible struggle he offered his life daily for his country standing where only the bravest can stand. Sept. 13th, 1864 at Platsmouth [sic – Portsmouth], Ohio, he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah F. Bridwell and to this union were

Slater, Olive – Obituary

Final Rites to Be Tomorrow for Olive Slater, Early-Day Teacher Olive Agnes Slater, for whom funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Sunday at the Snodgrass Funeral home, daughter of the late James H. and Edna Elizabeth Slater was born at Corvallis March 29, 1860. She with her parents went to Auburn, Ore., in 1864, coming to La Grande two years later. Miss Slater attended the public schools of Union county and later graduated from St. Paul’s Episcopal school in Walla Walla, Wash., majoring in art and music. She taught for a number of years in public schools then

Wagner, Marion – Obituary

Funeral Saturday For Marion Wagner Marion Wagner, 58, resident of 1408 M Ave., La Grande, died Wednesday at the Grande Ronde Hospital. Requiem mass will be at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic church Saturday at 10 a.m. with Rev. Eldon Curtiss officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Calvary cemetery. Born in Corvallis, Mr. Wagner has lived in the Grande Ronde Valley for the past 36 years. He as president of H. L. Wagner and Sons of Imbler. Among survivors are the widow, Ethel Wagner of La Grande; two daughters, Christina Bunting and Sharon Wagner, both of La Grande; three

Wright, Marinda Jane – Obituary

Marinda Wright, One of Oregon’s First-Born, Dies Mrs. Marinda Jane Wright, 97, of lower Cove, one of the oldest native born Oregonians in the state and a resident of Union county for 73 years, died Saturday in a LaGrande hospital after a long illness. Mrs. Wright was born in 1850 near Monroe, Ore., and moved to Union County when she was 24 years old in 1874. She was a member of the Christian Church. Surviving are four sons, George W. Wright of Troy, Ida., L. F. Wright of LaGrande, Willis Wright of Beaverton, Ore., and Willie Wright of lower Cove,

Tuttle, Sarah A. – Obituary

Sarah A. Tuttle Buried At Elgin Sarah A. Tuttle, resident of Oregon since her birth in Benton County Nov. 11, 1858, and a continuous resident of Union county for 57 years, was buried in the family plot of the cemetery at Elgin this afternoon, following services conducted at the First Presbyterian church. C. E. Calame, of the Elgin Methodist church, of which deceased had long been a member, officiated at the services, which also included regular ritualistic services of the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Tuttle, who would have been 76 years of age Nov. 11, suffered infection in her

Sidor, Theodore Obit – Obituary

LaGrande, Union County, Oregon Theodore Sidor, 62, of Corvallis, died Monday of natural causes while traveling in Alexandria,Va. Mr. Sidor, a former La Grande resident, had lived in Corvallis and was a current member of the city council. He was a professor emeritus at Oregon State University. Funeral arrangements are being handled by DeMoss-Durdan Garden Chapel in Corvallis. Baker Democrat Herald – – June 7, 1983

Carper, John – Obituary

Promise, Wallowa County, Oregon Obit 1955-2004 John Wesley Carper, 49, of Promise died Dec. 10. A celebration of life and potluck will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the IOOF hall in Wallowa. Mr. Carper was born March 8, 1955, to John Edgar and Linda Juhola Carper in La Grande. He graduated from high school in Alsea where he was a member of the state champion football team. He had a ranch in Wallowa County and worked at Rogge’s Mill, where he received awards as a lumber grader. He enjoyed hunting; gathering mushrooms and rocks, and loved the history of

Huffman, Estella C. – Obituary

Elgin, Oregon Estella C. Huffman, a resident of Corvallis, died at the Corvallis Care Center Thursday, September 10, 1981. She was 84. The daughter of Julius and Mary Breshears Bendshadler, she was born January 31, 1897, at Elgin, where she received her early schooling. She graduated from Northwest Christian College in Eugene in 1922. She was married to Fred M. Huffman in 1927 at Elgin. Afterward the couple lived in La Grande for many years prior to moving to Corvallis. He preceded her in death in 1966. She is survived by her son, Wallace of Portland; brothers Ben Bendshadler of

Hought, Clair Alvin – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon Clair Alvin Hought, 92, of La Grande died June 21 at OHSU Hospital in Portland. Viewing will be tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. at Loveland Funeral Chapel, 1508 Fourth St. A celebration of life will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday June 24 at Zion Lutheran Church, 902 Fourth St. Mr. Hought was born Oct. 26, 1913, to James Edward and Sophie Ottelia Jacobson Hought in Noonan, N.D. The family farmed and had a coal mine. On Aug. 31, 1935, he married Helen Marie Kloster in Noonan. In October of that year the entire family moved to