Cora Mae Fidler, 82, a lifelong resident of Rock Creek and Haines, died Sept. 19, 1996 at St. Elizabeth Health Services.
Her body will be cremated. There will be a memorial service at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Haines Methodist Church. Clifford Cole will officiate.
Mrs. Fidler was born Oct. 17, 1913 at home in Rock Creek. She was the second daughter of Lee and Nellie [Hearing] Stanley. She attended school at Rock Creek and was a graduate of Muddy Creek School.
She married Wayne Fidler on Sept. 18, 1933. During her life she worked as a telephone operator in Haines and as a short-order cook in numerous cafes. She worked many years at the Circle H and later helped her sister, Edna, run the Circle H.
Mrs. Fidler was a volunteer for the Eastern Oregon Museum and a member of the Haines Methodist Church. She enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, picking huckleberries and mushrooms, and digging for old bottles.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Warren and Kathy Fidler of Sparks, Nev.; daughter and son-in-law Roberta and Gary Hales of Haines; five grandchildren, Sheri Brown and Kristen Fidler of Sparks, Nev., Steven Fidler of Encino, Calif., Denise Hack of Filer, Idaho, and Troy Hale of Haines; six great-grandchildren; a niece, Susan Horn of Boise; and a nephew, Mike Webb of Baker City.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Eastern Oregon Museum or the Haines Methodist Church through the Coles-Stromer-Monroe Funeral Home, 1950 Place St.
Baker City Herald, Baker City, OR,
Friday, 27 September, 1996, Page 2.
Contributed by: Robert C. Bull