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Anderson, Alejandra  
Alejandra Anderson With friends and family at her side, Alejandra Anderson passed away January 23rd, 2015. She was born in Mazatlan, Mexico on August 14, 1929 and also grew up there. As a young woman, Alejandra worked for El Sol del Pacifico, a newspaper in Mazatlan. She was responsible for the classified advertising section. In 1962 she married Andy Anderson and moved to Eugene. They both enjoyed annual trips to Mexico, and she also traveled occasionally with Andy and her friends to Europe. Andy preceded her in death on September 16, 2002. She is survived by her stepchildren Richard and Bruce Anderson of Eugene, Sandra Bovee of Spokane, Washington and by her cousin Eugenio Oceguera of Canyon Lake, California. Alejandra had a wonderful personality and enjoyed life to the fullest. She was a very generous person who truly delighted in eating out with her friends. She also enjoyed going to area casinos. She was one of the original founders of the Latin American Club of Eugene, in 1965, a social group with about twenty-five members from Mexico and Latin America. Alejandra will be greatly missed by her family and longtime friends. A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, January 28th at 1:00 PM at Lane Memorial Gardens 5300 W 11th Ave. with private viewing from 10:00 a.m. Arrangements entrusted to Lane 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 Jan. 27, 2015
Boehm, Leroy  
1937 - 2015 A Celebration of Life will be held at 10:30 am, Saturday, January 24, 2015 at Eugene Christian Fellowship for Leroy Boehm of Springfield who died January 16, 2015 of Mesothelioma. He was 77 years old. He was born on April 20, 1937 in Mandan, North Dakota to parents John F. Boehm and Flora Brittner. He married Marlene Schmidt on August 24, 1960 in Mandan, North Dakota. Leroy spent his career working in construction. In 1978 he started his own company, Lemar and Son Construction and ran it successfully with his wife and son until he retired in 2011. He built everything from McDonald's restaurants to Texaco gas stations, but the project he was most proud of was the design and construction of his church, Eugene Christian Fellowship. He is survived by his spouse, Marlene; son, Terry (Barbara); daughters, Theresa and Lisa Boehm; brothers, Ron (Charlotte) of Shady Cove, OR, Ed (Elaine), Joe (Beatrice), John (Kathy) and James, all of Mandan, ND; sisters, Minnie Geiger, Nerina Geiger, Carol (Bill) Hagerott, Mary (Ralph) Fried, all of Mandan, ND, Leona (Jim) Ressler of Bismarck, ND and Delores Urban of Fargo, ND; grandsons, Jordan and Madison and special friend of the family, Theresa Kase. Leroy is predeceased by his parents, John and Flora Boehm; father and mother-in-law, Anton and Marion Schmidt; two grandsons, Curtis and Kyle Hunter; sister-in-law, Pat Boehm and brothers-in-law, William Geiger and Eddie Geiger. In lieu of flowers, send remembrances to Hospice of Eugene and/or Willamette Valley Cancer Institute.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 22, 2015
Boss Sr., Myron F.  
Myron "F" Boss Sr. Myron F. Boss Sr. passed away August 17, 2014 at the age of 82 from cancer, at his home in Coburg, Oregon. He was born October 28, 1931 in the Black Forest near Colorado Springs, Colorado to Albert and Elizabeth (Meyer) Boss. He served in the Army for 3 years during the Korean Conflict. He worked 39 1/2 years for the City of Eugene, as an equipment operator. His hobbies included rock hounding, hunting, fishing. Myron is survived by his brother Bill, his sister Jean, his wife of 59 years Shirley A. (Bryant) Boss, their five sons and their wives, Mike Jr. (Loretta), Paul (Julie), Kenneth (Loni), Gary (MaryAnn), Walter (Theresa). They have 17 Grandchildren and 7 Great Grandchildren, along with many Nieces and Nephews. A family gathering in his honor was held at their home to celebrate his life well lived, on September 14, 2014.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 21, 2015
Chaney, Neil Lindsay  
Neil Lindsay Chaney Neil was born 7/17/1928 in New Zealand & died 1/13/15 in Eugene, OR. He was placed in apprenticeship at 14 as a painter which he did through WWII. Neil traveled & lived all over the world & touched many lives. He loved gardening, painting, crosswords, & reading. Neil is survived by his son William & daughter Sandy, his grandson, & his ex-wife & friend Rita. Neil was most passionate about his life in AA for 36+ years. He will truly be missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Life at the Friends Church on 18th, Sat. Jan. 24, 5pm.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 22, 2015
Cline, Euna Sophia  
Euna Sophia Cline Euna Sophia Cline passed away on January 2, 2015. She was born in Scanlon, Florida on October 29, 1928, to Jachin and Euna Coghlan. WWII was ending as Euna graduated from Taylor County High School in Perry, Florida. She traveled to San Francisco and graduated from Western Union School, becoming a telegrapher. She married Chester (P-Nuts) Cline on Christmas day, 1948. They made their first home in Cottage Grove, Oregon after Chester finished his tour in the army and became a logger. With four young children, they moved to the McKenzie River in 1958 and together they raised their children and lived out the rest of their lives loving the McKenzie. Euna owned and operated the White Water Cafe in Blue River for ten years, where she made many lifelong friends. She loved watching her kids and grandkids play sports, and had great pride for their educational endeavors. She enjoyed dancing with Chester, reading, playing cribbage, study of U.S. Government/history, and good political debate. She adored her treasured Pinochle Ladies Group of 30 years and was also a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Euna was the last of her generation, preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, her parents, and siblings, John Coghlan, Robert Coghlan (KIA Korea), and sisters Lou Essie Coghlan, and Alice King. She will be missed by her children, Chester (Bo) Cline (Brenda), Blue River, OR, Karen Rainey (Gary) of Horse Creek, CA, Barb Morlok (Jeff) of Central Point, OR and Robert (Bob) Cline (Lydia) of Leaburg, OR as well as her three granddaughters, nine grandsons, and ten great-grandchildren. Euna was laid to rest beside the love of her life on January 6, 2015 at Springfield Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made in her name to the McKenzie River High School Athletic Fund.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 24, 2015
Cody, Beanie Marie "Carol"  
Beanie "Carol" Marie Cody July 2, 1931 - January 20, 2015 The sparrows flew for Beanie on Tuesday in Eugene, OR. She was born in Lincoln, Nebraska to Hiladore and Eva (Golding) Berger. She was later adopted by her stepfather Marvin Light. Carol married Jim McCallister in 1950, they later divorced. She remarried to Dorlan Davenport in 1961, they also later divorced. She lived in Eugene most of her life. She had been a member of the Eugene Motorcycle Club with her husband Jim and bikes were one of her favorite things. She also was very fond of muscle cars and was an avid Corvette auto-cross racer. Beanie (Carol) worked for Lane County for many years, retiring in 1995. The loves of her life were her dogs and cats, of which she rescued many, and will meet them all again on the Rainbow Bridge. Beanie was preceded in death by her parents, and survived by her daughters, Karmie Cavender (Dave), Denise Fifer (Jack), and Dena Hadley (Terry); 6 grandchildren: Nicholas Hadley; John, Miranda and Rebecca Cavender; Lesa DeWitt, and Jeremy Fifer; and 2 great grandchildren Maya and Ryan. She is also survived by her cat Jackson Browne (Jack), a very precious being. As per her request there will be no formal service held. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a contribution to the Florence No Kill Animal Shelter. There will be a Gathering of The Clan with friends and family at Abby's Pizza on River Road, Sunday, Jan. 25th at 1:00pm.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 23, 2015
Ehrich, David  
Loving Husband, Father, and grandfather, died peacefully on January 14, 2015 surrounded by his wife and children after a hard fought battle with a rare form of thyroid cancer. He was 58 years old, and was born October 1, 1956 in Cottage Grove, Oregon to Carl and Jeanette Ehrich. He married his high school sweetheart Linda Wolford on January 28, 1978 and is survived by her and their two children, Cheryl Flick of Halsey, Oregon, and Nathan Ehrich of LaPine, Oregon. Also a granddaughter Debra Flick. He has one sister and three brothers. Deborah Cuddeback of Creswell, Oregon, Donald Ehrich of Creswell, Oregon, Dwaine Ehrich of Union Washington, and Dale Ehrich of Arizona. Dave is also survived by his mother Jeanette Bradley of Springfield, Oregon and many nieces and nephews. Dave was a graduate of Creswell High School in 1974 and afterward enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserves (combat engineer unit). He earned an associates degree in applied science at Lane Community College, and was a hydro electric operator/electrician for Eugene Water and Electric Board, Carmen Smith, Leaburg/Walterville projects. He loved his wife, children, granddaughter, and the great outdoors, and was passionate about hiking, camping, rock hounding, and bow hunting. He also loved music and played the guitar. Dave was preceded in death by his father Carl Ehrich Jr., and his grandparents Jack and Marie Nicholson, and Carl and Louise Ehrich. A celebration of Life will be held Saturday January 24, 2015 at 3:00 pm at (Creswell Church of Christ) 380 Kings Row, Creswell, Oregon. Donations in his name may be made to Willamette Valley Cancer Institute. 520 Country Club Parkway, Eugene, Oregon 97401.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 21, 2015
Frame, William Alexander "Scot"  
October 17, 1947 - January 16, 2015 He died as a result of complications from surgery for lung cancer. He grew up in Benld, Illinois, studied at Eastern Illinois University, served in the army. He spent a few years in Hollywood, California doing Community Theater and general carpentry. He then moved to Eugene in the 1970s where he continued his career as a "Jack of All Trades," as technical director for Community Theater, opera and dance productions, house-builder, roofer, framer, and handyman. He was an avid movie and history buff and usually prevailed in any game of Trivial Pursuit. He also loved to host jam sessions at his home with local musicians and play along with them on his clarinet. He moved to Portland in 1994. He continued to work as a stagehand, building out-door stages for many of the concerts in the greater Portland area including the Mt Hood Festival of Jazz. If you drive around the city of Portland today you will drive by many houses that were renovated by his carpentry skills. "The following is a tribute that Scot's friend Arlo McGowan wrote in his memory:" At 10:20 am (Jan. 16th 2015) SCOTI (THE NAIL) FRAME passed away in Portland Ore. A seasoned roadie with no equal, story teller unsurpassed, to anyone who knew him, his heart was pure and you would never be able to find a harder worker. He touched all who ever knew him...Oregon Country Fair...Barnes Crk. Country Faire Edgewood B.C....Island Rootz...every Dead show in Oregon for decades, Stage carpenter to the Stars...this one will never be equaled or replaced one of a kind original...REST IN PEACE OLD FRIEND...A TRUE DEAD HEAD to his dyin' breath. PLAY A TUNE OR TWO FOR HIM. He is survived by former wife of 20 years, Jeanette Frame, and her daughter Kelly Jo "Windy" Flower (both of Eugene), as well as brother Frank Tasch and cousin Max Gricevich. His last wishes were the following: His ashes will be spread into the Pacific on a beautiful beach in B.C. in May. He requested his clarinets be donated to Ethos for use by area youth. Please make a donation to: Ethos Music Center 2 N. Killingsworth St. Portland, Oregon 97217 503-283-8467 info@ethos.org. A memorial for him will be held in the spring. For more info please email: rememberingscotframe@gmail.com
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 25, 2015
Girardeau, Marvin D.  
Marvin D. Girardeau Marvin D. Girardeau died peacefully in his sleep on January 13, 2015. A research professor of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona since 2000, he lived at La Posada in Green Valley with his wife of 58 years, Susan Brown Girardeau. Born in Lakewood, Ohio, on October 3, 1930, he received his B.S. at Case Institute of Technology, his M.S. from the University of Illinois (Urbana) and his Ph.D. from Syracuse University. His postdoctoral studies included work at Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study, Brandeis University, Boeing Scientific Research Labs and the Fermi Institute at the University of Chicago. Also professor emeritus of physics and member of the Institute of Theoretical Science at the University of Oregon, he served as associate professor of physics from 1963-67 and as professor of physics from 1967-1995. He was appointed fellow of the American Physical Society in 1979 and was awarded the Humboldt Prize, U.S. Senior Scientist Award, in 1984. For his 80th birthday, he was honored at an international conference in Menorca, Spain, for his research on the behavior of ultracold atomic vapors. In addition to his work as a theoretical physicist, Marv enjoyed singing as a tenor in the Eugene Chamber Singers as well as several choral groups in Arizona, playing violin and attending classical concerts. In Eugene, he began cultivating wine grapes and making wine, a hobby he continued in Green Valley. He bought a telescope in Green Valley, joined the local astronomy club, and spent many nights exploring the dark skies. He loved hiking, mountain climbing, running, including several Seaside Marathons, and cross-country skiing. Proud of his Huguenot heritage, he learned to speak French and did research in France and Belgium. He and Sue traveled and made friends all over the world. They frequently hosted international students at their Eugene home. A lover of gadgets, including his Kindle, iPhone and high-powered telescope, he was also a reader and lover of humanities and the arts. He leaves his wife, three daughters, Ellen, Catherine and Laura, two son-in-laws and four grandchildren, who will all miss his lively intellect and sense of humor. Memorial donations may be made to The University of Oregon Foundation, the U. of O. Physics Department, The Oregon Bach Festival or to Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Eugene. There will be a memorial in March in Green Valley, AZ.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 25, 2015
Gischel, Beverly Ann  
Beverly Ann Gischel 1949 - 2015 Beverly passed away peacefully after a courageous five year battle with cancer on January 21, 2015 with her loving family at her side. Beverly was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on August 11, 1949 to her parents William Arthur and Annabel Erskine. Beverly moved to Oregon shortly after graduation from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with a bachelor's degree in Forest Recreation. There she met her future husband Jack Gischel of Springfield, Oregon where they both worked at Weyerhaeuser Company, Forestry Department. Beverly then spent over twenty years with Cascade Medical Associates in the finance department while also operating her own business, BG Consulting. Beverly and Jack were married in Eugene on August 17, 1984 and lived in Springfield until her death. Beverly was an active member of the Oregon Genealogical Society. Beverly also enjoyed playing music, particularly her ukulele and spoons with her many friends at the Winquist Barn in addition to singing with several women's groups. Beverly was preceded in death by her father and is survived by her husband Jack and two step daughters Doreen (Gary) Barth of Milwaukee, Oregon and Diane (Dennis) Gischel-Lingo of Madera, California. Beverly is also survived by her mother Annabel Erskine of Ann Arbor, Michigan and four brothers and sisters, Dean (Aunita) Erskine of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Carol (Wayne) Root of Saline, Michigan, Keith (Wendy) Erskine of Tavares, Florida and Lynne (Tom) Peirce of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Cremation has taken place and a memorial life service will be held at a future date where friends and family can share remembrances. Gifts in Beverly's memory can be made to Greenhill Humane Society of Eugene or Cascade Health Solutions Hospice Care, McKenzie-Willamette Hospital.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Jan. 27, 2015
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