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Aldrich, Noel Jean  
On April 23, 2016, at 6PM, surrounded by loving family, beloved wife, and mother Noel Jean Aldrich passed away of complications from a stroke. She will be greatly missed by all. Jean was born at home in rural Bruce, Mississippi, the first of four daughters of Albert and Johnnie Weeks. The family soon moved to San Jose, California. Jean graduated from Campbell High School and went on to attend Pepperdine College. At Pepperdine she met the love of her life, Alan Aldrich. They married in 1955, and she soon delivered twin boys, Kerry and Kipp. In 1956 the family moved to San Jose, California where daughter, Laurie, was added, and a son, Tim, joined the tribe. They moved to Eugene, Oregon where daughter, Lisa, completed the family. Jean was active in many pursuits. She was well known in her circle of friends and family for her superb cooking and baking skills. Her exquisite desserts were without compare. Jean was also an integral part of the Eugene fiber arts community. Her wall hangings and unique cards adorn many homes, churches and schools in the area. She was an active volunteer in her church, Dayspring Fellowship, in the full service of others. She took an active part in delivering meals to seniors in the Red Cross Meals on Wheels program. Jean spent many years volunteering at Churchill High School, creating beautiful handmade costumes and sets. Preceding her in death were her parents, Albert and Johnnie Weeks, and her granddaughter, Riann Aldrich. Jean is survived by her husband of 61 years, Alan Aldrich, and her children: Kipp (Cyndi) of Austin, Texas; Kerry of Eugene, Oregon; Laurie Dickerson of Fort Portal, Uganda, Africa; Tim (Cindy) of Federal Way, Washington; Lisa (Scott) Leatham of Eugene, Oregon. She is also survived by her three sisters Joan, Janet, and Karen. She leaves behind 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. As Jean would have said: "Whatever!" There will be a viewing from 8:30 - 11:00 AM Saturday, April 30, 2016 at Musgrove Family Mortuary, 225 South Danebo Avenue, Eugene. The funeral will be held at 1:00 PM, Saturday, April 30, 2016, Dayspring Fellowship, 1580 River Road, Eugene, with interment following at West Lawn Memorial Cemetery, 225 South Danebo Avenue, Eugene. Arrangements entrusted to West Lawn 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 Apr. 28, 2016
Bailey, Michael Jon  
July 8, 1942 - April 22, 2016 Michael was born to Frances and Delbert Bailey on July 8, 1942 in Salem, Oregon. He lost his life from an automobile accident on April 22, 2016. He was 73. He was an avid motorcycle enthusiast. He loved to work on his bike and go on charity rides. Michael graduated from Springfield High School in 1960 and then went into the Air Force. Among his professions he served in several law enforcement agencies and owned a towing business. Most recently, he was an independent contractor for cross country truck piloting and flagging. As a young man, Mike was a stock car racer and a "Wild West" re-enactment performer. He was compassionate and had a great heart, always ready to help a friend or family in time of need. Michael is survived by 2 sons: James Bailey of London, England and Ronald Bailey of Colorado Springs, Colorado; sisters Twila "Johnny" Bond and Sherri "John" Weiszbrod, both of Springfield; 5 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild and many nieces and nephews. Mike was loved by many and will be dearly missed. A Memorial Service will be held at 2 pm Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016 at Springfield First Church of the Nazarene, 1761 "E" St, Springfield.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 28, 2016
Berry, Elaine  
Elaine Louise Berry 1926 - 2015 Elaine passed away from natural causes in Eugene, on November 27, 2015. She was born December 19, 1926 in Spokane. A Memorial Service followed by inurnment will be held at 2:00 PM on Monday, May 2, 2016 at Sunset Hills Funeral Home, 4810 Willamette St., Eugene.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 29, 2016
Beyer, Arthur Raymond  
Arthur Raymond (Ray) Beyer of Eugene, Oregon passed into heaven on April 22, 2016 at the age of 103. Ray was born in Billings, Montana to Oscar Paul Beyer and Mary Ella Stamper Beyer on April 17, 1913. When Ray was young, his family moved to Portland, Oregon where Ray had fond memories of living downtown in the Pine Street Apartments, playing in the Skidmore Fountain, and roller skating past the Multnomah Hotel on his way to school. During his childhood, Ray traveled with his family to Oklahoma to visit his maternal grandparents. They crossed the sandy desert on the Old Plank Road. The wooden wheels on the car had to be continually watered down as they traveled. Ray remembered his mother singing songs to him that she had learned from the Osage Indians in Oklahoma. Ray did not meet his paternal grandparents. They had remained in Germany while Ray's father, Oscar, immigrated to the United States, as a teenager, in the 1890's. Eventually, Ray and his parents moved to their home on SW Virginia Street in Portland. There Ray enjoyed swimming out to Ross Island in the Willamette River. He graduated from Portland's Benson Polytechnic in 1932. Ray spent some time working in logging camps, working for the railroad, and running a linseed oil mill with his father. In 1948, Ray began his career as an electrician at Weyerhaeuser in Springfield, Oregon. On August 9, 1953, Ray married Ethel Inez Gordon in Tampa, Florida. They had two daughters, Marsha and Linda. The family enjoyed roller skating, snow skiing, camping, and many trips across the country by airplane and automobile. Every other summer they visited Ethel's side of the family in Florida and Georgia. While traveling, they took in many "sites of interest" along the way and tried never to take the same route twice. In 1978, Ray retired from Weyerhaeuser. In retirement, Ray and Ethel continued to enjoy traveling and camping, but they especially enjoyed spending time with their six beloved grandchildren. Ethel sewed clothes for her family, quilts, and Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls. Ray roller skated and bicycled into his nineties. He had a basement full of gadgets and contraptions for his grandchild to play with. Ray loved to dance on roller skates with his daughters and grandchildren. He traveled most places with his checkerboard and was always ready for a game. If he didn't have his checkerboard, a few scraps of paper would be used to play "The Old South American" game. Ray was pre-deceased by his dear wife, Ethel, on February 15, 2003. He is survived by his daughters: Marsha Beyer Lind (and husband Richard) of Spreckels, CA; and Linda Beyer Schor (and husband Timothy) of Eugene, OR. Ray is also survived by his six grandchildren: Jennifer Lind of Salinas, CA; Kristen Lind Oliver (and husband Raymond) of Houston, TX. Michael Schor (and wife Kimberly Stevens Schor) of Eugene, OR; Jeffrey Lind of Spreckels, CA; Krista Schor of Eugene, OR; and Alexander Schor of Eugene, OR. Additionally, Ray is survived by his great-grandson: Colton Oliver of Houston, TX. Service 11am, Tuesday, April 26th at Rest-Haven Cemetery Chapel. Please make any memorial donations to Reece's Rainbow or your favorite charity. Arrangements entrusted to Chapel of Memories Funeral Home at West Lawn. 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 Apr. 26, 2016
Beymer, Marjorie Marie  
April 24, 1921 - March 28, 2016 Marjorie Marie (Olson) Beymer was born near Tower City, North Dakota to Herman and Esther Olson. After years of depression and drought in the midwest, the family moved to Eugene where she met Alvin Beymer. Marjorie and Alvin married on October 6, 1940. In 1951, they moved their family of five children to Anchorage, Alaska, camping in a travel trailer with a lean-to kitchen and an outhouse until the basement home was finished enough to move in, with only stud walls inside. However it was cozy and warm for the winter, with windows looking out over the bluff of the beautiful Turnagain Arm. The next spring they decided to return to Eugene. The family moved into a house on River Road, where Alvin located his Heating & Sheet Metal business, which is still in the family. By 1954, two more sons had been born. Throughout her life, Marjorie was a reader, a painter, and wrote poetry. She loved to look to the beauty of nature around her and reflect on it. She also loved cooking for family and friends. Marjorie became active in genealogical societies to better research her own and Alvin's family histories and to make the information available to their families. As each of their parents became quite elderly, Marjorie and Alvin moved temporarily to their homes to provide care for them. Together, over the years they planned and built a retirement home on Wood River, near Ft. Klamath, Oregon, overlooking gorgeous vistas in all directions. They lived there from 1988 until his death in 2006. At that time she returned to the house she loved on Park Avenue in Eugene. The Apostle Paul wrote to the Colossians, "?clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience." Over the years, her family has watched Marjorie wear these wondrous garments. She looked on the world with the gift of mercy and her eyes always looked for what she could do to make the world a better and more beautiful place to live. And she was a person of prayer? always! She, like Alvin, was generous with many charities. Her favorite was 'Smile Train' as it provides free surgeries for children born with physical problems that particularly touched her heart. Preceding her in death were her parents, Herman and Esther Olson, her husband, Alvin Beymer, and her brother, David Olson. Marjorie is survived by her children: Mark (Judy) of Salisbury, North Carolina; Meredith Sutton of Eugene; Forrest (Jacque) Beymer of Eugene; Grant (Leilani) Beymer of Eugene; Aline (Bill) Mooney of Elko, Nevada; Phillip (Naomi) Beymer of Portland; and Gregory Beymer of Eugene. She enjoyed 18 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. A Memorial Service will be held at Fairfield Nazarene Church, 1052 Fairfield Ave., Eugene on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. All family and friends are welcome. Her graveside service will be held April 29th at 1:30 pm at the Ft. Klamath Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Musgrove Family Mortuary. 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 Apr. 24, 2016
Calhoun, Sandralynn June  
Sandralynn June Grammar-Calhoun "Sandy" passed at McKenzie Willamette Hospital surrounded by family on April 16th, 2016 in Springfield, Oregon at the age of 65. She was born October 30, 1950. Preceded in death by her parents and siblings Charles, Marilynn and Peggy. She is survived by her husband Jack and her children John Thomas Anderson of Portland, Oregon, Charles Edward Anderson of Eugene, Oregon, Michelle Elizabeth Galvan of West Linn, Oregon; her six grandchildren, Michael Darin Lee, Austin Carney Anderson, Trevor Joseph Galvan, Gabriella Julianna Galvan, Reuben Daniel Joseph Galvan and Elianna Grace Galvan; her two step-children, Chantel Calhoun of Twin Falls, Idaho and Chad Calhoun of Springfield, Oregon; niece Michelle "Shelly" Calhoun-Jones; her siblings, Randy Grammar of Colorado, Linda Grammar Federowski of Anacoco, Louisiana, Cindy Grammar Miller of Virginia, and Eddie Grammar of Anacoco, Louisiana. Sandy's passion was in her faith, family, charity work, arts and crafts and lived for her grandchildren. Sandy's giving to those in need went above and beyond most. Her heart was filled with joy in the receiving of others. Sandy's love for the coast was demonstrated all through her life. A celebration of her life will be coordinated at a future date in Lincoln City, Oregon. Arrangements entrusted to Springfield Memorial Funeral Home. Please access the obituary, and you are invited to sign the guestbook at www.musgroves.com.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 27, 2016
Chan, WuLan  
WuLan Chan (67) born in Guangzhou City, China died of cervical cancer on April 19, 2016. WuLan married Gordon Chan on October 5, 1971 and were husband and wife up until Gordon's death on October 14, 1998. After emigrating from China, WuLan became a U.S. citizen on November 10, 1977 issued through the Circuit Court of Lane County. As a longtime resident of Eugene, WuLan worked twenty years (August 1986--July 2006) as a waitress at Ocean Sky Chinese Restaurant. She enjoyed meeting new customers as well as catching up with familiar faces. WuLan was selfless in her devotion towards bettering the lives of her family. Her strength and smiling face will be immensely missed by all her family and friends. Survivors include three sons Bill Chan of Redmond, OR, Bob Chan of Las Vegas, NV, and Dick Chan of Eugene. She is also survived by sister Lydia Au and husband Steven of Fremont, CA and brother Henry Cho of Oakland, CA. An open casket public viewing will be held at Musgrove Mortuaries in Eugene from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Monday April 25th to pay final respects. An official burial will follow at Willamette National Cemetery on Tuesday April 26th at 12:00 pm in Portland where WuLan will be buried alongside husband Gordon.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 24, 2016
Chesney, Mary Irene  
Mary Irene Chesney Mary Irene Chesney was born May 28, 1922 in Bury, England to Elizabeth and David Mort. She loved to go dancing with her friends and that's when she met her future husband, William Clarence Chesney at a USO club during WW2. They were married in 1944. She immigrated to the US in 1946 and became a citizen shortly after. She lived in Tucson and worked for Goodbody & Co before moving to Santa Barbara, CA. While there she worked as an executive assistant in the aerospace industry, her husband "Bill" of 44 years, passed away in 1988. She continued to reside in CA until 2011 when she moved to Eugene. She is survived by her daughter Mary Christine Johnson. Her only sibling, Ronald Mort passed away in the mid 80's. She enjoyed art and later in life started taking classes and discovered she had a talent. A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday April 26, 2016 at 10:00 am at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Arrangements entrusted to Musgrove Family Mortuary. 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 Apr. 24, 2016
Condit, Donald "Nod"  
Donald "Nod" Condit Nov. 17, 1955 - July 13, 2015 Celebration of life Sat., June 18, 2016, 12:00 Noon Hendricks Park Shelter, Eugene Please contact Carol Hokman for Info., RSVP. 541-344-0106
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 24, 2016
Crawford, Audrey  
Audrey Louise Crawford December 22, 1933 - April 15, 2016 Audrey Louise Smith was born in Granola, Kansas on December 28, 1933. She married Paul G. Crawford in Gresham, Oregon on January 21, 1951. She raised five children and also worked at Agripak Cannery for 17 years. Audrey passed away peacefully at home, early Friday morning, April 15, 2016 at age 82. She was a beloved wife, mother, grand/great grandmother and cheerful, friend to all. Audrey enjoyed Artex painting, baking, camping, socializing, playing board games with family and friends and traveling in their trailer to State and National Parks. Audrey is survived by her husband, Paul, and her 5 children, Doug Crawford, Judy Wirfs, Sherry Logan, Joanne Pendergrass, and Larry Crawford. In addition, 13 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren survive her. Audrey was a kind, wonderful woman with a heart of gold, who lived a full life. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends but will live on in our hearts. One of her precious great-grandchildren, little Audrey, age 8, will carry on her name. A celebration of life for Audrey will be held on Saturday, April 30, at the Briarwood Mobile Home Park, 4800 Barger Drive in Eugene at noon.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Apr. 24, 2016
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