Location: Long Creek Oregon

Judah, Carol Galbreath – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon Carol Galbreath Judah, 57, formerly of La Grande, died Nov. 15 at a hospital in Meridian, Idaho. A memorial service will be held in Fox at a later date. Accent Funeral Home in Meridian is in charge of arrangements. Carol was born April 11, 1950, to Bruce and Colleen Reynolds Galbreath in Pendleton. She lived in the Long Creek area of Grant County. At 7, she moved with her family to Pendleton. She attended elementary school at West Hills in Pendleton and later La Grande High School. In 1966 the family moved to Springfield and she graduated

Green, Otis H. – Obituary

Mt. Vernon Final rites were held Tuesday in John Day for Otis H. Green, 65, of Mt. Vernon. The late Mr. Green, who had been ill the last three years, died at 3:45 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10, at the Blue Mountain hospital in John Day, where he had been a patient five weeks. Death was due to heart and lung ailments. Service was held at 2 p.m. at the chapel of the Driskill mortuary. Officiating was the Rev. Richard Goold of Long Creek. Mrs. Richard Goold, Long Creek, served as organist. John Liveira of John Day sang “How Great Thou

Green, Joseph Delo – Obituary

Mt. Vernon Joseph Delo Green of Mt. Vernon died November 4, 1962, at the age of 70 years. Final rites were conducted Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Driskill Mortuary chapel at 2 p.m. with Elder Fred Wagner of the Seventh day Adventist church officiating. Joseph Delo Green was born August 21, 1892 in Long Creek, son of Marquis L. and Nancy Jane Green. He was one of 14 children, 12 of whom preceded him in death. When a young man he came to Mt. Vernon where he continued to make his home. He was united in marriage March 2, 1928

Green, M. L. – Obituary

Mount Vernon Messrs. Henry, Bert and Arthur Green and Mrs. Shaw, of Long Creek, were called by message last Saturday to be at the bedside of their father, M. L. Green, who died at noon Sunday. The remains were taken to Long Creek for burial. The aged gentleman has been a sufferer for several years, having received two strokes of paralysis in the last three years. (Report of March 11, 1903) Blue Mountain Eagle, March 13, 1903, p. 3, col. 3 Contributed by: T. D. Williams

Gates, Clay Loren – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Clay Loren Gates, 82, of Baker City died April 8, 2004, at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center. His graveside service was today at Prairie City Cemetery in Prairie City. Pastor Loyd Phillips of the New Hope Assembly of God Chapel at Vale officiated. There was a reception afterward at the Strawberry Mountain Grange in Prairie City. A former Grant County resident, Clay was born on April 24, 1921, at Ritter. He attended school at Ukiah, Long Creek, and Susanville. He lived his childhood at Galena. Clay worked for 48 years ranching and logging at Bates, John Day,

Frazier, Zoe Harris Mrs. – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Zoe Frazier, 91, of Baker City, died Sept. 4, 2001, at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center. Disposition was by cremation at Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Crematory. There will be a family memorial service at Haines. Mrs. Frazier was born on June 21, 1910, at Long Creek to Ziri and Irene Harris. She married Dallas Frazier on Sept. 19, 1930, at John Day. The couple made their home at Bates where Mr. Frazier worked for the Edward Hines Lumber Co. They moved to Baker City to retire. Mrs. Frazier was a homemaker most of her life and