Carlson, Richard


Still working and dreaming of doing lots of traveling. Some dreams may never be fully realized.
Now, I am Chairman of the board of Willamette Leadership Academy.


King Guengerich, Leah



Things are going great here in "balmy" Idaho.   We have snow in the mountains which is wonderful for the skiers. 
We just enjoy the warmer weather down here. Roger and I celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary in December. 

Time goes so fast when you're having fun!!!!!!!!!



Shull Antone, Janice


Had a little tidbit of news...   I was at the local medical lab, to get blood drawn, and who in the
world should I run in to??   Ronald Byers ! !! (and his wife)  I'm sure a good share of the students had him as their teacher.   He is 97!   looks pretty darn good too.    I was amazed to run in to any of
my teachers... didn't figure any of them were still living.   I've run into him every so often through
the years.  My parents knew him many years prior, when he had the accident that gave him the
bad scar on his cheek..  It was nice to see him.



Stoneburner Jones, Edna













Edna's sister

Bertha Pearl DeLorme of Springfield, Oregon passed away on January 1st, 2019. Bertha, who went by Pearl, was born on May 25th, 1942 in Hampton, Illinois to William "Bill" and Lucille Stoneburner. She married Patrick George DeLorme on July 18th, 1958 in Springfield, Oregon. They were married for over 60 years and had four children together. The two moved to Coos Bay, Oregon shortly after their marriage and moved back to Springfield in 1963 where they still reside. 

She is survived by her Husband Patrick, of Springfield Oregon. Her son Pat and wife Christi, daughters Venece and Cherie DeLorme. She is preceded in death by her daughter Carrie who passed away as an infant. She is survived by siblings, Dorothy, Doris, Bill, Edna, Ila, and Kitty and preceded in death by sister Mona. She is also survived by her 8 grandchildren; Melissa, Kyle, Jennifer, Steffany, Chad, Christine, Meagan, and Tabatha. Along with 11 great-grandchildren. Pearl's life was dedicated to her large family. 

Pearl worked for K-Mart for over 30 years and created numerous friendships along the way. Her more recent occupation was a tax preparer. 

Pearl had many hobbies that fulfilled her life which included gardening, quilting, crocheting, and knitting. She was a member of the Emerald Valley Quilters for several years as well as The Moose Lodge. 

She will be laid to rest at Springfield Memorial Gardens. 

Arrangements entrusted to Springfield Memorial Funeral Home. Please access the obituary and you are invited to sign the guestbook at


Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Feb. 3, 2019



ShirleyHowland Alberts
January 15, 2019

         no obituary
Springfield, OR 




Ed Cole
Dec., 2018




                 Ed had been living in Portland Oregon.   No obituary.





Eccles, Pam







Last April I complained, to my doctor of 30 years, that I was feeling really tired. He did not pat me on the head and tell me that was part of getting old. Instead, he bundled me off for an MRI. Shortly after that, and three Docs later I was diagnosed with stage 3 non small cell lung cancer. I spent the summer simultaneously undergoing Radiation and intensive Chemo therapies. I was warned by all the Docs, nurses, and most of my friends that it was going to be perfectly horrible. Well, it really was not. In fact, I would recommend it strongly. I was so fortunate to be retired, and to not have anyone depending on me because I was extremely fatigued, and cannot imagine holding down a job. Friends were wonderful about taking Alfie, my dog, on frequent outings. I pretty much spent the summer sleeping.

In August I was pronounced “cancer free”, although the Doc says “we know there’s something nasty hiding somewhere”. So, every other week I have one of the newer Immunization infusions. for a year.
I’m feeling quite well. I’m back to volunteering with Friends of the Library once a week. I have stopped showing at the art gallery until I have more energy. I rented an apartment in Paris in October with friends. It was wonderful. I was so delighted to revisit some of the most sublime Art in the world. I was, however, rather stunned to discover that I could only do about half of the things on my List because of fatigue. I don’t know how this fatigue issue will resolve itself. Of course, I would prefer that it just goes away. If not I guess the next challenge will be dealing with it.

I’m looking forward to the rest of my life, and just want say, “Please don’t let your doctor tell you that 'it’s just a sign of getting older' when you know that you aren’t feeling as you should"




George Momb
August 22, 2017

George lived in
Palm Springs














Bebout, Mike

Dobes Harvey, Sylvia

Pictures were taken at 4:45 am Sat. May 12th. I heard a crash and the motion sensor light went on. I looked out and saw the bear. I slammed the door and he went around the corner of the house but came right back and tried to knock down a bird feeder. I woke Sylvia and she grabbed her smart phone and got some pretty good pictures.


                                                Mike and Sylvia live in a residential area on Spring Boulevard in Eugene, Oregon.


Henderson Dever, Jobeth








                    My birthday 2018 at Jubilee Lake with my granddaughter, Isabella.



Dellinger, Fred                 Naylor Dellinger, Dorothy

What have we been doing?  There has been lots of company riding ATVs up on the surrounding mountain.  We have a different mountain range on each side of the house.

Where do we live?  Northern Nevada.

Fred has been busy getting the hot spring's water to drain into the pond again.  Perhaps the antelope herds will  return.

In this photo, the pond isn't full, but you can see where the water enters and the house and barn are in the background.
The hot spring water is 172 degrees when it comes out of the earth and it will cool in the pond.  We do not swim in it.
For enjoying a hot tub, we put a garden hose in a large tub near the house and it fills at 102 degrees.

There is a secondary reason for clearing the pond of weeds.   The fire helicopters load their tanks with water for any nearby range fires such as the one below which just occurred in the past week.  The fire was 10 miles north of us.
Most of the nearby fires are caused by lightening.

As you can see, we don't have nearby neighbors.  The nearest one is a mile away.

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