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Maxine C. Winn

Maxine C. Winn

February 1, 1914 – December 15, 2009

Maxine was born in Lewiston, Idaho to Austin & Bessie Byers. She was a devoted wife and mother. She was an avid quilter and spent many hours with her beloved North Santiam Quilters. She made quilts for all her children and grandchildren. She was a painter taking great care to dress each piece of china and canvas with graceful brush strokes. Her love of the art was shared during weekly sessions with Joy Charles. She will be deeply missed by her Husband, Ed Winn and their children along with the Gill family of Seattle, Washington and many friends. Interment was at Willamette National Cemetery.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

LORETTA (DITTER) SULLENS

Loretta (Ditter) Sullens

Jan. 25, 1923 Dec. 16, 2009
Sublimity, Oregon

Loretta (Ditter) Sullens, 86, of Sublimity died Dec. 16. She was born in Sublimity, to

Mathias and Anna Ditter, graduated from Stayton High School and lived in the Stayton

Area all of her life. She worked at the Stayton Canning Co. from 1952 until retiring in 1979.

She attended St. Boniface Church and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, and enjoyed

reading, sewing, cooking, yard work and visiting with friends and family. She was a warm, caring and

Loving person and will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Loretta married Ed W. Sullens on May 24, 1940; he preceded her in death on March 29, 1973.

She was also preceded in death by her sister Alma Kline and brothers: Philip, Raymond and

George (Sparky) Ditter.

She is survived by her son, Doyle and wife Linda; daughter Diana (Dee) Hoekstre of Salem;

Special friend Clifford Hoekstre and sister Wilma Rositzke of Sublimity.

Viewing and a Rosary will be held Tuesday, Dec. 22 at Weddle Funeral Services, Stayton at 11:00a.m.

with Funeral Mass to follow at 1:00 p.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Sublimity,

followed by a reception.

Contributions to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, in care of Weddle

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

LORETTA BATES

Loretta B Bates

April 1, 1921 – December 8, 2009

Loretta B Bates was born April 1, 1921 in Milnor, North Dakota to parents Charles and Mabel Weisenhaus. She was one of eight children. She moved with her parents and siblings to Aumsville in 1934. She graduated from Aumsville School where she met her husband Fay. They were married for 67 years. She worked at Paris Woolen Mill, Salem General Hospital and retired from Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic, after 16 years.

She enjoyed traveling, and hunting and fishing trips with her family and friends. She also enjoyed doing needlework projects of all kinds, and giving them to family and friends. She loved her family. She was a very kind person with a heart of gold. She was a wonderful mother and wife. She will be missed.

She is preceded in death by her husband Fay, brothers Clifford and Ervin, and sister Blanche. She is

survived by her son Charles and wife Linda, Brother Floyd, sisters Allene, Ida and Violet, grandson Greg

Quintal, (Tina) and two great-granddaughters, many nieces and nephews. At her request there will be

no services. There will be a private family burial at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be

made to your charity of choice.

 

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

VERLIN DEAN REED

Verlin Dean Reed, a longtime resident of Scio, Oregon, went to be with the Lord on December 6th, 2009 at 11 am. He passed away of natural causes in the comfort of his home at the age of 86. Born in 1923 to a farming family in rural White County, Indiana, he went on to pursue an engineering degree at Purdue University. His studies were interrupted, however, by World War II, and he and his college roommate enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1943. Thereafter, Dean Reed became a squadron leader at the age of 21, and as a Captain he led 21 B-17 bombing missions that helped cripple Germany

Angie Sandner

Angie Sandner was born December 16, 1918 in Orville, WA, the third daughter of John and Lizzie Shamberger. The family moved to Salem, Oregon when Angie was 7 years old and except for the past year, Angie spent her life in the Salem, Stayton area.

Angie went home to be with her Lord on November 28th, just three days after she and her husband, Arthur, celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary. She spent 72 years being the

MURLEY MONROE LARIMER

With his family by his side, Murley Larimer died November 30 from an aortic aneurysm. He was born in Monrovia, California, on April 2, 1926. His mom and dad moved to Oregon in 1939 in a Model-A Ford. He lived most of his life on his beloved farm near Stayton. In January 1944, he joined the Navy. He served on LST 957 as a Motor Machinists

ETTA M. SCHAEFER

Etta Marie Schaefer, was born at Clarksville, Arkansas on the 25th of July. 1911. She passed away on Thursday, Nov. 26th at her home in Stayton. She was 98. The daughter of Robert and Etta Rushing.

Etta graduated from high school in Clarksville, then moving to Texas before entering the Army during WWII. She served as a cook having earned the rank of Sergeant. She met Loyd E. Schaefer and they were married in Cheyenne, Wyoming. After the war they moved to Scio in 1946 and to Stayton in 1973. Loyd preceded her in death on Dec. 10, 1989.

Etta was a member of the Stayton Christian Church and was active in Senior Citizens and worked with children and the Good News Club. She volunteered at the Stayton museum and was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary having sold poppies. She enjoyed walking, sewing (having sewed for the W.P.A. during the depression), embroidery and cooking & attending Church potlucks.

She is survived by her daughters, Karen Schaefer and Julia Strausser both of Stayton; grandsons, Charlie and Abe Strausser.

She was also preceded in death by her brothers, Reed and Robert Rushing and sister, Theressa.

Memorial service will be held Wed. Dec. 2nd at 1:00 pm at Weddle Funeral Services in Stayton.

Interment will be private at Wisner Cemetery in Scio.

 

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

TAMARA L. JONES

Tamara L Jones

August 5, 1973 ~ November 18, 2009

Tammy was born in McMinnville and raised in Amity, She graduated Amity High School.

She never married but enjoyed spending time with her Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.

She was an avid reader, loved music and enjoyed camping with family.

She was preceded in death by her Father Tom Jones, and her Aunt Minnie Jones both of Amity.

Tamara is Survived by her Mother Retta Jaymes of Salem, Grandmother Fay Hooper of Silverton, and

many Aunts and Uncles.

Contributions can be made to DOERNBECHER CHILDREN

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

ROBERT G. -BOB- SCHACHTSICK

Robert G. “Bob” Schachtsick

July 19, 1928 – November 1, 2009
Stayton, Oregon

 Bob was born in Portland, Oregon to Gilbert and Irma (Gartner) Schachtsick. In 1937 Gilbert married Mae Duffy, and in 1939 the family moved to Stayton. Bob attended Stayton Grade School and Stayton High School. During his school years he worked at Virg and Sue Tuel’s Food Market. In 1946 Bob joined the Navy and served on the islands of Guam and Truk. Following the Navy, Bob attended the University of Oregon, and the Oregon College of Education. On February 3, 1951, he married Donna Susbauer, at St. Boniface Catholic Church, in Sublimity. They had six children. During his early working years, and first years of marriage, Bob worked for Stayton Canning Company, Phillipi Ford, and C.S. Morgan and Son Oil Distribution. In 1955 he opened the Richfield Service Station at the corner of First and Washington. In 1957 he was joined in business by John Mynatt, replaced in 1959 by Bill Trask. Bob and Bill’s Richfield (later Becoming “Arco”) was a longstanding business in town.Bill Trask died in 1977. Bob sold the business in 1988.

Bob enjoyed hunting, fishing (especially ocean fishing), camping, taking care of his yard and garden, trips to Reno, the California wine country, Hawaii and Yuma. Those activities were shared with many longtime friends. He enjoyed and followed his children and grandchildren in their sports and other activities.

For many years Bob carried yard markers at Regis High School football games. He was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. On June 25, 1997, Bob’s wife of 46 years, Donna, died from cancer. On December 18, 2004, Bob married Sylva “Syl” Solberg. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, wife Donna, and son Bruce. He is survived by wife, Syl; children and grandchildren, Brian (Molly), Dale (Kate), Neal (Nick and Hollie), Gina (Pat) Selander (Ellen), Mark (Tyler and Tony); brother, Paul (Janet); sister, Mary (Pat) Fogarty; nephew, Jeff and niece, Meghan; and one great-grandchild.

Viewing will be held at Weddle Funeral Chapel in Stayton from 2 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Thursday, November 5, 2009. Rosary following at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, November 5, 2009 also at Weddle Funeral Chapel. Memorial Mass at 10 a.m. Friday, November 6, 2009 at Immaculate Conception Church in Stayton. Contributions may be made to Regis High School, Willamette Valley Hospice, or Doernbecher Hospital.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

JOHN W. HALL

John Walter Hall
Salem, Oregon

Born September 24, 1927 in Arlington, Washington, and passed away on November 3, 2009 in Salem, Oregon.

John lived in Salem since 1942. He served in the US Navy during World War II, and soon after married Joy Wise on July 5, 1950 in Salem. He served as a firefighter with the Salem Fire Department for 35 years before retiring from his position as Captain in 1982.

He enjoyed speedboat racing for many years and won several trophies. He also broke a speed record at Devil’s Lake, earning a spot in the Guinness Records. He was a scout leader for Troop 57 in the Salem/Turner area and enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping. He was always helping others and was a kind and generous man who loved spending time with his family.

John is survived by his wife Joy, of Salem; sons Victor of Chandler, AZ and Michael of Stayton, OR; daughters Ginger Korkow of Salem and Wendy Umsted of Stayton; sister Norma Woien of Salem; brothers Gerald of Veneta, OR and Gordon of Meadow, Utah; 12 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

A private service with military honors will be held at the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.

Memorial donations may be made to a local fire department or Veterans’ Association.

Arrangements made by Weddle Funeral Service, Stayton, OR.

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