Location: Kellogg Idaho

Fanning, Floyd – Obituary

La Grande, Union County, Oregon Floyd Fanning, of Wallowa, died Saturday, March 1, at Grande Ronde Hospital in La Grande following a long illness. He was 74. Mr. Fanning, son of Henry Clay and Catherine Petersen Fanning, was born June 7, 1905, at Carman-Gay, Alberta, Canada. Mr. Fanning was married on April 18, 1936 at Walla Walla, Wash. to the former Hilda Juanita Ticer, who survives him. Mr. Fanning was employed by the Oregon State Highway Department for 13 years, and also worked for the Bunker Hills Mines in Kellogg, Idaho, before moving to Wallowa County in 1945. Mr. Fanning

Price, Sylvia Ruth – Obituary

Sylvia Ruth Price, 85, of La Grande, died at her home March 24. A funeral service begins at 10 a.m. Friday at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in La Grande. Loveland Funeral Chapel and Crematory is in charge of arrangements. The eighth of 12 children, Sylvia was born Jan. 5, 1923, to Fredrick and Olive (Crisp) Duneman on a farm near Cresco, Iowa. She and some of her siblings walked 1 1/2 miles to a country school until junior high, then they went to school in town. After her school years she worked at different jobs, doing waitress work and working

Breckenridge, Carrie Sophie Anderson Clark – Obituary

Mrs. Carrie Breckenridge, 75, Burke died last night in a Kellogg hospital. She was born Nov. 19, 1884. She was a member of the Rebecca’s, having received the degree of honor. She is survived by a daughter Mrs. Violet Erwin in Burke and a sister, Mrs. George Bailey in Baker, Oregon. The local funeral home is in charge of shipping the body to Baker, Oregon where services will be held and burial will be in the Baker cemetery. North Idaho Press, September 3, 1959 Contributed by: Shelli Steedman

Ladd, John “Jack” – Obituary

John “Jack” Ladd, 80, died Dec. 23, 2004, at Mountain Valley Care and Rehab Center in Kellogg, Idaho. His funeral will be Thursday at 11 a.m. MST at St. Rita’s Catholic Church in Kellogg. Father Tom Loucks will officiate. Interment will be Friday at Pine Haven Cemetery in Halfway. Jack was born July 25, 1924, at Wardner, Idaho, to George and Ella Mae (Irwin) Ladd. He spent most of his life in Idaho, graduating from Kellogg High School. He worked for the Kellogg YMCA until it closed. Jack was a member of the Kellogg-Wardner Lions Club. He enjoyed providing service

Quimby, Gladys Ruby – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Gladys Ruby Quimby, 90, and a former Baker City resident died Oct. 18, 2003. A memorial service was held Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, 3 p.m., at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Reno, Nev. Allen Wiebe, Gladys’s son-in-law was the speaker. Mrs. Quimby was born in Upton, Wyo., to John and Mary (Canfield) Busby on Jan. 9, 1913. She was the sixth of 11 children. She was married to Duane Hults in 1930 and was remarried to Lawrence quimby in 1944. She had a total of eight children, seven boys and one girl. As a young

Barrett, Allen LeRoy – Obituary

Halfway, Baker County, Oregon Allen LeRoy Barrett, 70, died March 24, 2006, at his home in Halfway. A celebration of his life has been tentatively set for June 17. The time and place will be announced. Tami’s Pine Valley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He was born on Feb. 13, l936, at Sheridan, Wyo., to Edorothy “Edie” and Allan Barrett. He grew up at Kellogg and Smelterville, Idaho. Allen attended school to the 11th grade and then went to work at the Kellogg mine. In 1954, Allen joined the U.S. Navy. He met Shirley Schultz in Seattle, Wash.,

Morin, Raymond Alton “Ray” – Obituary

Raymond Alton “Ray” Morin, 74, of Baker City died Feb. 23, 2006, at his home. At his request, there will be no service. In the spring, his family and friends will gather to celebrate his life. Ray was born on Dec. 8, 1931, at Kellogg, Idaho. The family later moved to Oregon where he resided the rest of his life. Ray loved the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and panning for gold. He served his country, in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was stationed at Korea, Japan and then Germany before coming home. His life’s work was