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Carpenter, Donna  
June 15, 1937 - April 26, 2015 Donna Carpenter of Eugene passed away April 26, 2015 at the age of 77 from complications that led to a heart attack. Donna had round the clock hand holding and singing of favorite songs with family, friends, and devoted and loving caregivers. Donna was born the oldest of 11 children on June 15, 1937 in Sault Ste Marie, Michigan. She grew up in Alaska, married and had 6 children before the Family moved to Oregon, and completed the family with one more child which made 7. Donna loved playing BINGO, volunteered at the school, and with the senior meals program. She was preceded in death by: father and mother James and Vera; brother and sisters: Laurence, Shirley and Joyce; and grandson Ian Kenneth Cate Jr. She is survived by 7 brothers and sisters: Marilyn, Jim, Vern, Nancy, Teresa, Dale and Raymond; her 7 children: John, Jerry, James, Danny Loberg, Susan Pimentel, Laura Horton, and Karen Crane; 16 Grandchildren and 20 Great-Grandchildren. A service will be held at Lane Memorial Gardens, Sat. May 30, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 24, 2015
Carter, Hilda  
Hilda Carter, 100, of Lowell died May 12, 2015 at her home. She was born December 6, 1914 in Rujada, Oregon to Albert and Beatrice (Huck) Neet. She attended Lowell High School. She married Aulber Carter on March 19, 1934 in Lowell, Oregon. He preceded her in death in November 1996. Hilda was a flower expert and loved all flowers and enjoyed gardening. She also enjoyed camping. She is survived by three sons, Elvin Carter (Lynn) of Oakridge, Wayne Carter (Nancy) of Lowell, and Larry Carter (Gail) of Lowell, A sister, Mabel Engeman of Vancouver, WA and a brother Ivan Newman of Springfield. A son, Dennis Carter, preceded her in death in November 2007. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm Saturday, June 6, 2015 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Lowell. Arrangements entrusted to Springfield Memorial Funeral Home. Please access the obituary and you are invited to sign the guestbook at musgroves.com
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 24, 2015
Cobb, Lillian C.  
Lillian C. Cobb Lillian Catherine Cobb passed away on April 27, 2015 in Eugene, OR. She was 95. Catherine was born in St. Joseph, Missouri on June 7, 1919 to Orland and Lottie Montgomery. After completing nursing school in Missouri, Catherine moved to Portland, Oregon and married Nelson Schuler, a superintendent of Broadway Cab Company and the owner of several Portland taxicabs. After Nelson's untimely death Catherine met and married Dalton Treick in 1948 and moved to Eugene, Oregon. Dalton had a successful career as a Eugene area insurance agent after an assignment during World War II as a metallurgist with the Ames Project, a chemical research and development program associated with the Manhattan Project. Catherine's and Dalton's family grew to include a son, Stephen Treick, and a daughter, Deborah Treick. In addition to raising her two beloved children, Catherine was involved in many civic and church activities during her marriage to Dalton. Catherine's volunteer activities included presiding as general chairperson over several Elisabeth Waechter Guild events benefiting the Pearl Buck School, acting as a family assistant at Sacred Heart Hospital's Intensive Care Unit, serving as a visitor of residents at several nursing homes, working as a Brownie and Girl Scout troupe leader, and serving as President of her church's Woman's League. In her leisure time Catherine enjoyed singing with a local Sweet Adelines chorus, square dancing and visiting Oregon's many scenic areas. Dalton preceded Catherine in death, passing away in 1990. In 1995, Catherine married a wonderful man, Ralph Cobb, a prominent Eugene trial attorney. Together Catherine and Ralph traveled locally, cruised internationally and celebrated life with their family and friends including the "Gang of Ate." Some of their favorite travel destinations included the Oregon Coast, New York, Alaska, Hawaii, and Ireland. But nothing gave Catherine greater joy then spending quiet times with Ralph, her children and their life partners, and Ralph's family. Catherine is survived by her husband Ralph, her much loved children, Stephen and Deborah, their life partners, Louis and Keith, and Ralph's children and grandchildren. A private graveside service will be held on Friday, June 5, 2015 at Rest-Haven Memorial Park. A celebration of Catherine's life will be held at the First Congregational United Church of Christ located at 1050 E. 23rd, Eugene, OR 97405 on Friday, June 5, 2015, beginning at 3:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Catherine's name to a charity of your choice.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 24, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Week

Clingan, George L.  
George L. Clingan April 17, 1934 - April 24, 2015 Beloved husband, father, grand father, great-grand father and friend. A Celebration of Life Pot-Luck will be held June 6, 1-4 at the Plumber & Steam Fitters Hall. 2861 Pierce Parkway, Springfield, off Marcola Rd., at 28th behind storage facility. Bring your favorite dish and memories to share.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 22, 2015
Crakes, James Grant  
August 2, 1929 - May 7, 2015 James Grant Crakes was born in Eugene, Oregon, on August 2, 1929. He and his sister Jean Marie were raised in Eugene by their loving parents, Raymond Grant ("Dick") and Mildred Marie (nee Rickabaugh) Crakes. Jim spent his childhood focused on sports, sports and more sports. Some of his fondest memories were of playing baseball with friends in his Eugene neighborhood. Jim earned his B.S. in 1951, M.S. in 1956 and PhD in 1960, all in Physical Education and all at the University of Oregon. Jim married Donna Jean Dettrich in 1957, and along with their children, they moved to Southern California in 1960, and then to San Diego in 1967. Professionally, Jim was a successful teacher and coach, and was a role model and mentor to many. He taught and coached cross country and track & field at the college level, was named NAIA Cross Country and/or Track & Field District Coach of the Year numerous times, and was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in 1990. Jim was honored as the first professor emeritus in physical education at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. Personally, Jim was dedicated to his family, friends and community. He loved to sing and play the piano, and encouraged this love of music in his children and grandchildren. He also loved to travel, taking track teams and his family all over the world. Combining his love of travel and sport, he attended seven different Olympics Games. Throughout his life, Jim was determined to make a difference in the world. He led many charitable efforts in his local community, including specific efforts to better the lives of the homeless, the elderly and young disadvantaged children. Jim passed away peacefully on May 7, 2015, in San Diego. Jim is survived by his wife of 58 years, Donna, son James II, daughters Julie and Lynn, sister Jean Ambrose, son-in-law Todd, daughter-in-law Ailene, granddaughters Nicole, Kate, Allison and Meaghan, grandsons Michael and Sean, and countless other beloved family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to the James G. Crakes Memorial Fund, c/o Point Loma United Methodist Church, 1984 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., San Diego, CA 92107.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 21, 2015
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