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Mason-Ivie, Barbara Genevieve "Gen"  
Barbara "Gen" Genevieve Mason-Ivie On May 17, 2016, our beloved mother, Barbara Genevieve "Gen" Mason-Ivie, passed away surrounded by her family at her residence in Redmond, OR. She was born in Everton, Missouri to Robert "Casey" and Georgia Jones on July 21, 1931. Later the family moved to Swisshome, Oregon where she attended school in Mapleton. Following graduation, she married her high school sweetheart Jim Mason in June of 1949. They lived on the Mason Family farm along the Siuslaw River for many years where they raised cattle, grew wonderful gardens and spent many summers Salmon fishing on board the "Jimbo". She worked for the Mapleton School District, first as a bus driver and as a Library Aide at the high school, later she became receptionist for Davidson Industries which she truly enjoyed. As a long time Mapleton resident she touched many lives with her personality and kind words. She was very generous and always giving of her time and effort to countless friends in the community. She was passionate about her cooking, gardening and always active with church and school activities. Gen was preceded in death by her parents, Casey and Georgia Jones, brother Bob Jones of Eureka, CA., and her beloved husband Jim. Survivor include: brother Jack Jones of Medford, daughter Pam and son-in-law Greg Cole of Sisters, son Duane and daughter in-law Gloria Mason of Sunriver, five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be held at New Life Lutheran Church in Florence on Sat., June 4th at 11:00am, with reception following. A private family ceremony will be held at the Mapleton Pioneer Cemetery. At her request, in lieu of flowers, her wishes were to have donations sent to: New Life Lutheran Church of Florence, Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration in Sisters, Mapleton Community Church and Sisters-Redmond Hospice.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 22, 2016
McGough, Mary Patricia "Patty"  
Mary "Patty" Patricia McGough May 14, 2016 Mary Patricia (Patty) McGough, age 63, died unexpectedly at home on May 14th, 2016. Born in Spokane WA, Patty was a graduate of Joel E. Ferris class of '71 and EWSU class of '76. Patty lived life to the fullest, and charged through it at full speed, the only speed she had. There was never a hurdle too large for her to conquer. She loved learning new things and had an insatiable drive to create, painting and inventing new things constantly. Her facebook profile aptly defines her as a "Freelance Entrepreneurista!" She also loved gardening and her colorful garden became a beautiful work of art. She loved music and art and her zest for life and adventure was unmatched. Patty was outgoing and enthusiastic about everything and everyone; the kind of person that made new friendships easily. Patty's charisma and creativity will be missed by all who knew her. Where ever she lived, Patty became an important part of the community. She was an active member of AA and an inspirational speaker for 13 years, helping many on their journeys to recovery. After moving to Newport, Oregon, Patty became involved in many new activities, including Meals on Wheels, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Newport Symphony Orchestra. Preceded in death by parents John and Marie McGough, and husbands Derrick McGavic, and Bryan Malakoff. Patty is survived by her beloved children: Maxwell Malakoff, and Kelsey Malakoff, of Eugene OR, and Lynn Gill of El Paso, Texas; as well as grandchildren: Rex Malakoff, Brittany Lynne Gill, and Bryson David Gill, Great-grandchildren Quincy Cortez Quinn and Mia Rae Lynne Quinn. Also survived by siblings: Margaret Donat of Fairbanks AK, Anne Coulson of Hermosa Beach CA, John M. McGough of Haley ID, Tim McGough of Scottsdale AZ, and Eleanor McGough of Minneapolis MN. Patty will be missed by her loyal and constant side-kick, Mia the tiny terrier who she referred to as "her bestest girl." A memorial celebration of Patty's life will be held on Thursday, May 26th at 11 a.m. at the Newport Performing Arts Center, 777 W. Olive Street, Newport OR 97365. The family requests no black clothing, wear something colorful and fun like Patty. In lieu of flowers memorials preferred to Newport Symphony Orchestra or Newport Meals on Wheels.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on May 22, 2016
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