After retiring from Howard Hughes, Harriet remained in Santa Anna until her eyesight began to fail. They ran a sawmill and trucking company at Ironside. She later moved to Somerset, N. In 1975, Jack moved his family back to Baker City to own and operate the family floral business, Wendts Floral andamp; Arts, which later became Wendts Floral Designs. Rehbein of McMinnville, Vincent H. As a youth he was a member of Boy Scout Troop 444 in Baker City, and as a parent he spent many hours with his son in Troop 118 of Elk Grove, Calif.
He received the job offer by phone while getting some job screening tests done at the Pine- Eagle Clinic. He had one older brother, William Bill , who still resides in Baker City. Twining said his cardiologist recommended the rehab and his local physician gave him a referral, which makes it possible to bill his insurance company for the treatment. She later married Gregory Beitz and they were married 17 years. George was an active member of the Union Baptist Church where he helped build the new church.
He appreciated cars and building models and enjoyed science fiction. He loved being a referee and did so until his health made him unable to keep doing so. It was there that he met his lifelong companion and best friend, Joan Fritz, a local florist. Harriet and Elton lived in Southern California. She was a daughter of Gordon and Esmerilda Tippett Bennett.
Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Joan Wendt; his brother, William Wendt; children and their spouses: Ron and Donna Fritz, Julie and Francis DeRoest, Zoe Ann and Bill Vineyard, David Wendt, Robert Wendt, Jaci Adams and Melody Wendt; 16 grandchildren: Aubrey and Wyatt DeRoest; Trinity Kretz; Tracy, Margie, Alex and Scott Vineyard; Zechariah, Andrew and Rebecca Wendt; James, Heath and Kirsten Adams; Jason and Mandy Lewicki; and Michele Sanborn; and one great-grandchild, Chase Sanborn; nephews, Joe Wendt and his wife, Linda, and Brian Wendt. Gary went back to night school after the service to continue his education while he worked at various jobs in water treatment as well as power and utilities. Friends are invited to a potluck at the Lions Club after the service. Jack's favorite pastimes included playing golf, listening to Rush Limbaugh and tending to his yard and beautiful flowers. His memorial service will be at 2 p.
Many friends and family were there to share their joy, including Gary's sons and grandchildren, who Kate was meeting for the first time. He held a special dedication for his grandchildren. She also visited Canada, Nova Scotia, and most of the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska. Immediately afterward there will be a memorial celebration and luncheon at the Baker City Church of the Nazarene, 1250 Hughes Lane. He loved the saying, andquot;Live to Ride, Ride to He rode many bikes over the years, but had always dreamed of owning a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Barbara had dear friends across the country and touched many lives with her quick humor and ready smile.
In February of 2002, Gary and Kate went to Boise to pick up a new back tire for the Dyna and found a new Softail Heritage Classic sitting on the floor at the Harley dealership. Gary grew up in many different areas of the country and overseas, due to his father's Air Force career. She asks that memorial contributions be made to any charity of choice, but particularly recommends the Providence Hospital Hospice Unit in Medford. The program monitors all aspects of a client's health. Gary served from 1970 to 1975 in the Air Force. Memorial contributions may be made to Boys Town or the American Heart Association through Lienkaemper Chapels Inc.
His uncle, Jack Lindsay, had worked for Idaho Power Co. In 1958, Patrick joined the U. Harriett was completely self-sufficient her entire life. Later they moved to Richland, where they had a ranch. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association through Gray's West andamp; Co. He then enlisted in the U.
Duane and his wife, Kaye, made a home for stray cats and loved to garden together. Monday at the Baker United Methodist Church, 1919 Second St. In 1964 she met her soul mate and best friend, Curtis J. Visitations will be from 4 p. When she was with her family and friends she enjoyed playing board games and card games. She loved music and dancing, keeping the seasons by the wild birds migration, oak trees and butterflies.