LEE MISSION CEMETERY BURIALS
Compiled 1996 by Stephenie Flora, Sherrill Hochspeier
and Jean Custer
Updates are made on a continuous basis by Stephenie Flora
1) A single rose beside a burial listing indicates an unmarked grave. If you find that your family member is unmarked and you wish to place a marker, please contact the Lee Mission Cemetery Board to discuss your options and to notify them of your intent.
2) A box with an "R" in it preceding a burial listing indicates a reserved plot
3) The number to the right of the death date is the burial plot number and can be used in the plot search option to find out who is buried in adjoining plots. An N/A in the plot location indicates that although the individual is known to have been buried in the cemetery, the exact location is not known at this time. All additions and corrections are appreciated and can be sent to email@example.com.
Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - G -
GAGGERO, Grace `Storme'
d. 22 Mar 1959 A-31-01-06
on marker w/Mabel Mae Barker
"Grace Stone--Late resident of Silverdale, Washington, March 22nd at Palm Dale, California. Survived by husband P.A. Stone, Silverdale, Washington. Daughter, Mrs. Joanne Humphrey, Palm Dale, California. Son, James Gaggero, Portland. Sisters, Mrs. Maybelle Hall, Seattle, Washington, Ruth Barker, Bremerton, Washington. Brothers, Ernest A. Barker, Belling-ham, Washington, Fred W. Barker, Bremerton, Washington, James Barker, Tacoma, Washington, William H. Barker, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 grandchildren also survive. Services will be held Saturday, March 28th at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel of the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Mar 26, 1959 5:1
d. 23 Jun 1979 N/A
d. 07 Oct 1907 D-26-02-02
"Gainey--At the Oregon Hospital for the Insane, Salem, Oregon, October 7, 1907, Michael Gainey, aged 71 years of organic heart trouble.
The deceased was formerly a resident of Jackson county, from which place he was committed to the asylum. The fun-eral will be held from W.T. Rigdon's undertaking parlors at 1 o'clock today, conducted by Rev. W.H. Selleck. Interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Oct 9, 1907 6:5 single; laborer; formerly of Jackson Co, OR; died of organic heart disease at OSIA per D/C #4910
GAISER, Clara M.
d. 04 Oct 1969 RA-50-05
on marker w/Matthew M. Gaiser
"Mrs. Clara Gaiser, 88, 882 20th St NE, died Saturday at a Salem hospital.
A native of Fond du Lac, Wis., she lived in Salem since 1933 and was a member of First Evangelical Church of North America.
Surviving are widower, Matthew; sons Lester, Vancouver, Wash., and Gerald, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Stella Boyles, Sunnyvale, Calif., and Mrs. Robert Robinson, Portland; brothers Walter Oldenburg, Vancouver, and William, Louis and Harold Oldenburg, all Salem; sisters, Mrs. Laura Dilling, Connell, Wash., and Mrs. Lydia Finkbeiner, Richland, Wash.; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Howell-Edwards mortuary, Rev. David Weinert officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 5, 1969 10:1
GAISER, Matthew Mark
d. 21 Dec 1975 RA-50-06
on marker w/Clara M. Gaiser
"Matthew Mark Gaiser, 95, of 5210 River Road N, died Sunday at a Salem hospital.
Born in Wisconsin, he came to Salem from Spokane, Wash. in 1933. He was a member of First Evangelical Church of North American.
Surviving are sons Gerald, Salem, and Lester; daughters Stella Boyles and Murial Robinson; one sister; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 22, 1975 II:21:3
GALARNEAU, Lloyd William
b. 05 May 1939
d. 11 Jun 2013 Yolo County, California RA-17-01
Son of Maggie May Galarneau
Memorial-Life long partner of Opal Elizabeth Rea
GALARNEAU, Maggie May
b. 15 Jul 1913
d. 26 Aug 1984 RA-17-01
"May Galarneau, 69, of 3845 D St. NE, died Sunday.
Born in Portland, she came here in 1947. She was a maintenance worker and chef for several care facilities.
Survivors include her daughters, Helen M. Thompson, Chula Vista, Calif., and Kathleen R. Stoddard, Citrus Heights, Calif.; and son, Lloyd W., Yolo, Calif.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Barrick mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Aug 29, 1984 2B:2
GALLAGHER, Mary Beth
d. 03 Feb 1950 A-41-03-01
"Baby Girl Gallagher, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gallagher of 1498 Court street, in this city February 3. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, February 7, at 10:30 a.m. at the Lee Mission cemetery. Direction W.T. Rigdon company." CJ Feb 6, 1950 15:8
GARCIA, Guadalupe L.
b. 29 Jan 1927
d. 30 Sep 2001 RA-05-06
"SALEM - Viewing: 8:30-noon today at Keizer Funeral Chapel. Graveside services: 2 p.m. today at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Online
d. May 2015 RC-13-10
w/o Roberto Garcia
b. 18 Jun 1953
d. 18 Aug 2011 RC-32-06
d. 13 Feb 2015 Marion County, Oregon RC-10-11
w/o Serafin Garcia
GARD, Katie L.
b. 28 Jan 1876
d. 02 May 1904 D-05-02-06
b. MO; w/o Roscoe Gard of Clarkes, Clackamas Co, OR; died at asylum from pulmonary tuberculosis per D/C #940 & info from Carolyn Kolzow
b. 19 Aug 1817
d. 11 May 1886 OLD 134-02
Although no marker at this time, there is an indication that a marker was present June 19, 1969
GARDNER, Edna V.
b. 12 Aug 1893
d. 12 Jul 1912 OLD 118-05
"Gardner--At the family home, 576 N. Church street, Friday, July 12, 1912, Edna V. Gardner, aged 18 years.
Deceased was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Gardner, and had been suffering from a lingering illness of almost a year's duration. The funeral will be held from the parlors of Lehman & Clough at 2 p.m. Sunday. The services will be in charge of Rev. D. Everett and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 13, 1912 5:5
d. 1891 OLD 118-08
no information given; however, listed after Samuel W. Gardner on Record of Interment #58
GARDNER, Hannah M.
b. 25 Nov 1872
d. 12 Dec 1954 OLD 118-03
"Rites Planned Wednesday--Mrs. Hannah M. Gardner, 84, a Salem resid-ent since 1890, died Sunday afternoon in her home at 712 N. Church St.
Born Nov. 25, 1870, in Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Gardner lived in Wisconsin and Kansas before coming to Oregon. She was employed in the old Cook House in Salem before her marriage in 1891 to the late John Gardner.
After their marriage, she and her husband managed the Argo Hotel. They moved to Gates after retiring, and Mrs. Gardner returned to Salem after the death of her husband.
Mrs. Gardner made her home for many years at 576 N. Church St. She is survived by a half-sister, Mrs. Amanda Clodfelter, Albany.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Clough-Barrick Chapel, with the Rev. Lloyd T. Ander-son officiating. Burial will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 14, 1954 5:6 w/photo
GARDNER, John C.
b. 03 Dec 1859
d. 17 Dec 1934 OLD 118-04
"John C. Gardner at Gates, Ore., December 17, at the age of 75 years. Survived by widow, Hanna M. Gardner of Gates; brother-in-law, E.A. Griffa of Gates; sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarence Clodfelter of Jefferson. Funeral services will be held from the chapel of Clough-Barrick company, Friday, December 21, at 2 p.m. Dr. W.C. Kantner officiating. Interment Jason Lee cemetery." OS Dec 19, 1934 5:1 s/o Samuel W. & Sarah (Sturgis) Gardner per D/C #848
GARDNER, Samuel W.
b. 14 Feb 1821
d. 07 Nov 1891 OLD 118-06
"At Cook's hotel, at 12:50 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 7, 1891, of heart trouble and pneumonia, S. W. Gardner, aged 72 years.
Deceased was sick but one week, and the funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. today, being buried in the Lee Mission cemetery by the side of his wife who died last June." OS Nov 8, 1891
GARDNER, Sarah A.
b. 13 Oct 1832
d. 26 May 1891 OLD 118-07
wife of S.W.
"Gardner--At the family residence about four miles south of Salem on the Turner road, Tuesday morning, May 26, 1891, of congestion of the brain, Mrs. S.A. Gardner, aged 59 years.
The funeral services of the deceased will be conducted from the residence at l o'clock p.m. today (Wednesday), and the remains will be laid to rest in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 29, 1891 12:2 Inscription from broken headstone in caretaker's shed.
d. 17 Jun 1885 OLD 134-02
"In this city, at about 9 o'clock last (Wednesday) evening, Mr. Gardner, an old man who has been keeping `bach' back of Pat Foley's, died.
His wife lives in this city, and at her residence his death occurred." WOS Jun 18, 1885 8:6
GARNER, Ronald Carl
b. 10 Jul 1954 Salem, Oregon
d. 14 Feb 1955 Salem, Oregon C-43-05-15
Interment Record #1859
"Pneumonia Fatal To Salem Infant--Ronald C. Garner, 7-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Garner, 815 Chemawa Rd., died Monday at a Salem hospital of pneumonia. He was born July 10, 1954 in Salem.
Announcement of arrangements will be made by the Howell-Edwards funeral home." OS Feb 15, 1955 2:1
GARRETT, Charles Aaron
b. 05 Oct 1980
d. 07 Apr 2010 Portland, OR RC-32-03
Charles Aaron Garrett October 5, 1980 - April 7, 2010 SALEM - Charles, 29, of Eugene, passed away, in Portland, after a valiant year's battle with leukemia. Charles grew up in Salem and attended Englewood Elementary, Parrish Middle School and graduated from North Salem High School in 1999. He attended Chemeketa Community College, Oregon State and the University of Oregon. He graduated from the U of O with a degree in Sociology. He made the Dean's list. Following graduation he continued to work for the Duck Store in Eugene. He worked in Information Technology, as a receiving clerk at the warehouse and various other duties. Charles had a passion for sports. He was involved in softball, football and tennis during his years in school. He was also on the Duck Store softball team "The Bookies." They were undefeated. He enjoyed golfing with family and friends. He followed major league sports, had favorite teams and kept track of stats. Charles was a pleasant, caring person with an infectious sense of humor and had many wonderful friends. He enjoyed a good time, loved pranks and being with his friends. He was sensitive to others, helpful and a good friend. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his parents, Don and DeeDee, brothers Matthew, Jonathan and Daniel; his sweetheart Karlin Johnson; grandmother Ima Gates, Uncle Kent & Aunt Rose Ann Garrett of Turner, Aunt Heidi (Ron) Miner of Salem, Aunt Brenda (Ned) Darling of Anchorage AK, Aunt Pam (Lee) Jesperson of Provo UT and many wonderful cousins. Funeral services will be April 17 at 1 p.m. at the LDS Church, 570 Madison St NE (5th & Madison Sts.), Salem. Viewing will be 11:30 -12:50 preceding the funeral service. Viewing at the Dallas Tribute Center will be Friday, April 16 from 12-8 p.m., 287 SW Washington St., Dallas OR. The families wish to thank his doctors, nurses, CNAs and therapists, in Salem and at OHSU, Kohler Pavilion, 14th Floor, who lovingly cared for him. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 9320 SW Barbur Blvd, Suite 140, Portland, OR 97219. Arrangements by Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center." [Statesman Journal April 13, 2010]
d. Reserved RC 32-02
d. Reserved RC-32-04
d. Reserved RC 32-22
d. Reserved RC-32-05
GARRISON, Minnie Vroom
d. 14 Feb 1889 N/A
"Died at Lebanon--Mrs. Garrison, formerly Mrs. Vroom, who has been staying for some months with relatives near Lebanon, died yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. She was about 75 years old and is well known in Salem, having lived here with her grand-daughter, Mrs. Minnie Vroom-Menzie. The remains will be brought here for interment on the 8 o'clock train this morning and funeral services will be held at the M.E. church at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends of the deceased are respectfully invited to be present." OS Feb 15, 1889 5:4
GARVER, Carl H.
d. 20 Jun 1928 A-44-01-01
"Carl H. Garver died at the resi-dence, 1540 North Front street, on June 20 at the age of 76 years. He is survived by his widow Sarah, a son Leslie of California, two daughters, Lelia Howard of Iowa and Olive Gill of Kansas, and one stepson, C.A. Van Cleave of Salem. Funeral services will be held today at the Clough-Huston company funeral parlors at 11 a.m., Rev. Jacobs officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 22, 1928 5:4
GARVIN, James Paul
d. 16 Apr 2016 RA-45-22
d. 24 Mar 1911 D-04-02-01
on marker w/Glee, Loren & Mary Gear
"Geer--At his residence in Yew Park, at 10:15 p.m., March 24, 1911, Mr. Edmond N. Geer, aged 50 years. Fun-eral at the Friends church in High-land, Sunday at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. E. Pemberton. Burial in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 26, 1911 2:4 Edmond W. Gear; m'd; born IL per D/C #929
b. Feb 1892
d. 05 Nov 1976 D-04-02-04
on marker w/Loren, Mary & Edgar Gear
Lela Glee Gear died in Clackamas Co. per OR Death Index
d. 20 May 1960 D-04-02-02
on marker w/Edgar, Glee & Mary Gear
"Gear--Loren K.; husband of Glee; father of Mrs. Joel Gedrose and Mrs. J.G. Cunningham; 3 grandchildren; nephew of Mrs. Fannie Nitcher. Grave-side services will be Monday, 2 p.m., at the Jason Lee cemetery, Salem. Those who wish may contribute to the Lake Grove Community Presbyterian church, in lieu of flowers. Member of Waluga Lodge, AF & AM, chapel by the Lake, Oswego, Directors." Oreg May 21, 1960 II:8:4 died in Washington Co. per OR death index
GEAR, Mary K.
d. 12 Sep 1939 D-04-02-03
on marker w/Edgar, Glee & Loren Gear
"Word had been received in Salem of the death of Mary K. Geer September 12 at the Multnomah hospital. Mrs. Geer, who was 72 years of age, had resided in Salem for about 15 years and was well known here. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. from the Sunnyside chapel, 35th and Belmont street Portland. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery in Salem." CJ Sep 13, 1939 10:8
GEARIN, Fred M.
d. 1963 N/A
See: GEREN, Hiram
d. Reserved RA-19-03
d. Reserved RA-19-04
GEHRKE, Emilie M.
b. 01 Feb 1853
d. 25 Apr 1936 A-25-04-03
Mother - Our beloved parents
on marker w/Ferdinand H. Gehrke
"Emilie Gehrke, at the age of 83 years, April 25, at the residence, 455 S. 12th street. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Margaret Faye; nieces, Mrs. Esther Mathis, Mrs. Ruth Scheuemann, both of Wisconsin; Mrs. Emma Cook, Salem; nephews, John La Bomascus, Charles La Bomascus, Wisconsin; Paul Zuhlke, Herman Zuhlke, Henry Zuhlke, and Eddie Zuhlke, Milwaukee, Wis.; Paul and Otto Gehrke of Salem and Leo Gehrke. Funeral services Wednesday, at the residence, 455 S. 12th street, 1:30 p.m.; then hence to Christ Lutheran church on State street at 2 p.m., under direction of W.T. Rigdon company. Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Amos Minneman officiating." OS Apr 28, 1936 5:1 d/o Fred & Amelia Gronke; w/o Ferd-inand Gehrke per D/C #415
GEHRKE, Ferdinand H.
d. 01 Oct 1930 A-25-04-04
Father - Our beloved parents
on marker w/Emilie M. Gehrke
"Ferdinand H. Gehrke died at the residence, 455 South 12th street, October 1, aged 83 years; husband of Amelia; father of Mrs. Mary Fay of Portland; brother of Carl G. and Mrs. Henrietta Pittenburg of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Louis Grinke and Mrs. Anna Speckman of Lombard, Ill.; survived also by several nephews and nieces. Funeral services Saturday, October 4 at 2 p.m. from the German Lutheran church on State street, Rev. Minneman officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, in charge of W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Oct 2, 1930 3:1
GEIGENTASCH, Louise Richter
b. 01 Oct 1828
d. 20 May 1909 D-14-02-07
age 80y7m20d -- wife of Henry
"Geigentosch--At the family home, 1136 N. 17th street, Englewood addition to Salem, Oregon, Thursday, May 20, 1909, Mrs. Louisa Geigentosch, aged 80 years of heart failure.
Deceased was the wife of Henry Geigentosch who survives her. The funeral will be held from the home Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Blodgett officiating. The interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 21, 1909 4:4 maiden name Richter; m'd; died of old age with contributory cause of lagrippe per D/C #1465
d. 16 Apr 1928 C-20-03-07
"At a local hospital on April 16, John Getelman, survived by his sister, Mrs. Arthur Alvis of Montrose, Iowa, and a niece, Mrs. George Smith of Chicago. Funeral services Friday, April 20, at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 19, 1928 2:2
b. 01 Jan 1918
d. 12 Nov 2011 D-20-03-05
"SALEM - Longtime Salem resident William "Bill" John Gentzkow died from a stroke on Saturday, November 12, 2011 just short of his 94th birthday. Bill was born on January 1, 1918 in Miami, Arizona, the third of four boys of Sidney and Margaret Miller Gentzkow.
Shortly after, the family relocated to Portland then Salem where he graduated from historic Sacred Heart Academy in 1937 and briefly attended Mt. Angel College. Bill served in the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression and was active with the Salem Softball League before and after World War II. Three of the four Gentzkow boys played on the same team, with Bill at shortstop and 2nd base.
The love of his life, Eileen Maryanna White, the daughter of Florance and Loren White, became Bill's wife in 1940. He moved with Eileen and the first two children to California and was stationed at Camp Roberts in the Quartermaster Corps. After the War they returned to Salem where they built a house and he worked for Keith Brown Lumber followed by a long career at the Salem Post Office from which he retired as Supervisor at the West Salem branch after 28 years. Eileen also retired as accountant with the Mental Health Division, and the two set off on great adventures, traveling much of the world including most of the United States. They drove their motor home to every national park in the country. They also visited some of their children abroad, lived at the Oregon Coast for several years, and returned often to their favorite city, Paris. Bill and Eileen made Salemtowne their permanent residence where Bill was an avid and accomplished golfer. He also loved to travel, fish, garden, walk in the woods, root for the Oregon Ducks, and spend time with Eileen at their home on the Oregon Coast. From youth on he fished the Metolius River, one of his cherished places in the world. He delighted in the fact that the Camp Sherman store was exactly his age. Bill also helped to build and maintain a cabin near Detroit Lake for fifty years where members of the family spent many happy times.
Bill was faithful to his family and his Creator, a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Salem for his entire life. Bill and Eileen have four children, ten grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren who will love and miss him forever. He is survived by his devoted wife of 71 years, Eileen, three sons, William Frances, Gary David (Barbara) and Michael Louis Gentzkow (Kathy) and his only daughter Margaret (Margie/Maggie) Schneider; grandchildren Martin (Valerie) Gentzkow, Erik (Lora) Gentzkow, Karsten (Melanie) Gentzkow, Hauke (Amy) Gentzkow, Dana Schneider, Megan Schneider-Ajahk (Ahmad), Matthew Gentzkow (Aude), Michael Gentzkow, Jordan (Jessica) Gentzkow, and Lindsey Gentzkow and by his great-grandchildren, Lauren Le Meiux, Linden, Jasmyn, Kaleb, Mili, Julien, and Audri and numerous nephews and nieces. He delighted in them all.
A Requiem Mass and reception will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church and Parish Hall in Salem on Saturday, November 19 at 10AM. Burial will follow the reception at Jason Lee Pioneer Cemetery, Salem. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Willamette Valley Hospice or Doctors Without Borders. [Statesman Journal, November 18, 2011]
GERARD, France Albert
d. 25 Jun 1959 RA-50-02
on marker w/Ica E. Gerard
"At the residence, 754 High St. NE, Salem, June 25th, at the age of 47 years. Survived by wife, Ica Eliza-beth Gerard, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Patricia Peterson, Salem; sisters, Mrs. Ruth Whitcraft, Sweet Home, Mrs. Mamie Cox, Dallas, Mrs. Nadine Harrison, Calif.; brothers, Wayne Gerard, Toledo, Ore., Grayson Gerard, Calif., John Gerard, Sweet Home. Services will be held Saturday, June 27th, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Howell Edwards Funeral Home. Rev. Elmer Berg will officiate. Interment Jason Lee Cemetery." OS Jun 26, 1959 5:5-6
GERARD, Ica Elizabeth
d. 10 Jun 1969 RA-50-01
on marker w/France A. Gerard
"Ica Elizabeth Gerard, 51, Salem., who died Friday, was a lifelong resident of Linn and Marion counties.
She spent her youth in Brownsville where she was born, and lived about a decade each in Sweet Home and Lebanon before coming to Salem 16 years ago. She was a member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church. She lived at 350 Belmont St. NE.
Survivors are daughters Mrs. Jack Weller, Lebanon, and Mrs. Jon Jens, Salem; sons Alex Davis and Richard Davis, both Lebanon; brother Fred Kirk, Corvallis; 11 grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Rev. Hubert J. Book officiating. Interment will be in Jason Lee Cemetery." OS Jun 15, 1969 I:9:2
b. 11 Oct 1830 Knoxville, TN
d. 16 Apr 1893 OLD 172-04
Thy trails are ended, thy rest is won.
"Geering---At his home, four miles east of Salem, from cancer of the face, Sunday morning, April 16, 1893, Hiram Geering, aged 73 years.
Deceased leaves a wife and seven children. The funeral services were conducted at the residence at 11:30 a.m. yesterday and the remains were interred in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 18, 1893 4:5
d. 25 Jun 1959 RA-50-02
d. 10 Jun 1969 RA-50-01
d. 27 May 1949 C-46-02-06
Record of Interment #1641
"Frank Gerrard, late resident of 1143 South Commercial street, at a local hospital May 27, at the age of 74 years. Survived by a sister, Mrs. Pearl Losey of Alma, Mich., and a half-sister, Mrs. A.P. Tradewell of San Diego, Calif. Services will be held Thursday, June 2, at 10:30 a.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ May 31, 1949 13:7-8
d. 04 Jan 1999 RA-43-22
GIBSON, Garnet L.
b. 02 Feb 1939
d. 14 Oct 1990 RA-11-06
In loving memory
"Garnet L. Gibson, 51, of Salem died Sunday in Salem.
A native of Salem, she had been a resident here all of her life. She married M. David Gibson on Aug. 28, 1955, in Salem. She was a secretary in the Oncology Department at Salem Hospital for 23 years.
She was a member of Pythian Sisters and American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed crafts and camping.
Survivors include her husband; parents, Clarence and Virginia Bergman of Salem; sons, David S., Clarence M. "Skip", and Robert D., all of Salem, and Gregory S. of McMinnville; daughters, Shelly J. Hunt of Roseburg, Brenda L. Bigej of Kent, Wash., Tamara Gibson and Tracie Gibson, both of Salem; brother, Clarence O. Bergman Jr. of Salem; sisters, Virginia A. Kimball of Salem and Marian R. Tallman of Beaver Creek; and eight grandchild-ren.
Services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the Salem Hospital Oncology Department." SJ Oct 16, 1990
GIBSON, Infant #1
d. OLD 111-08
GIBSON, Infant #2
d. 13 May 1905 OLD 111-09
Per Record of Interment #364
GIBSON, James Lloyd
b. 28 Apr 1905
d. 08 Jun 1905 OLD 111-10
s/o Thomas & Mary (Nairn) Gibson; born Salem, OR; died from pneumonia per D/C #1182
GIBSON, Larry Douglas
b. 25 Jan 1959
d. 25 Jan 1959 C-43-06-06
Interment Record #1950
"In this city January 25th, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion D. Gibson, Rainier, Oregon. Brother of David Gibson & Shelly Gibson, both of Rainier, grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Bergman, Rainier & Mrs. Thomas Gibson, Chico, Calif. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, January 28th at 10:00 a.m. at Lee Mission Cemetery. Services will be under direction of the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS Jan 27, 1959 5:1
GIBSON, Marion David
b. 06 Jan 1932
d. 08 Mar 20 Newberg, OR RA-11-05
"NEWBERG - Marion David Gibson of Newberg died Friday, March 8, 2013 at 81 years of age. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday March 15, 2013, at West Chehalem Friends Church, 16700 NE North Valley Road, Newberg, Oregon. Private interment will be at 3:00 p.m. at Mission Lee Cemetery, Salem, Oregon.
Arrangements are in the care of Attrell's Newberg Funeral Chapel, a Golden Rule Funeral Home." [Statesman Journal March 13, 2013]
GILBERTSON, Ida E.
b. 04 Feb 1880
d. 24 Dec 1926 OLD 215-01
d/o Olive and Amelia C. (Biehl) McKinney; w/o Martin Gilbertson; died from paralysis of bowels per D/C #853
GILCHRIST, Dorothy Jean
b. 27 Jun 1927
d. 02 Dec 1933 D-01-03-04
"Tragedy Victim's Funeral Is Held--Funeral services for Dorothy Jean Gilchrist, age 6, who was fatally burned Saturday morning at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gilchrist of Wheatland, were held Monday afternoon at the Terwilliger funeral home here, Rev. Guy Drill of the First Christian church offici-ating.
Dorothy Jean was playing about the fireplace at the home Saturday about 8 o'clock when a gunny sack costume which she had worn at a Thanksgiving program caught fire. Her screams quickly drew attention of her mother, who was in another room, but by the time Mrs. Gilchrist arrived the child was ablaze from head to toe.
The little girl was rushed to the hospital here, but injuries were too severe and she died shortly after the noon hour. She was conscious nearly to the last.
Besides the father and mother, who came here 10 months ago from Nebraska, Dorothy leaves a younger sister, May, and her grandmother, Mrs. Ike Vincent of Salem, and grandparents in Nebras-ka, where she was born nearly six and a half years ago." OS Dec 5, 1933 5:5 d/o Andrew & Alice (Gillespie) Gilchrist per D/C #868
GILCHRIST, Fae B.
d. 1980 N/A
GILLELAND, Dorothy Holland
d. 19 Feb 1988 OLD 175-08
GILLELAND, Merl Henry
d. 1964 OLD 175-08
GILLESPIE, Arda A.
d. 2001 RA-30-03
on marker w/Helen & George Gillespie
GILLESPIE, George B.
b. Sep 1892
d. 04 Apr 1971 RA-30-02
on marker w/Helen & Arda Gillespie
"George B. Gillespie, 78, of 1030 21st St. NE, died Sunday in a Salem nursing home.
A native of North Dakota, he had lived here many years. He was a retired farmer and nurseryman.
Surviving are widow Helen W.; daughters Mrs. Bernice Trigg, Portland, and Arda Gillespie, Salem; sisters Mrs. Devina Bennett and Mrs. Marge Gunderson, both in California; brother Charley, in Alberta, Canada; one granddaughter.
Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Apr 5, 1971 19:4
GILLESPIE, Helen W.
b. Feb 1892
d. 19 Mar 1974 RA-30-01
on marker w/George & Arda Gillespie
"Helen W. Gillespie, 82, of 1030 21st St. NE, died Tuesday in a Tigard nursing home.
She was born in Ferndale, Calif., and came to Salem in 1942 from Arago, near Myrtle Point, where she taught school for many years. She also taught in Salem public schools.
Survivors include daughters Bernice Trigg, Portland, Arda Gillespie, Salem; sisters Mrs. Stanley Currie of Princeton, B.C., Canada, Lucille McGee of Drumheller, Alb., Canada, Rachel Gayson, Woodburn, Ruth Woodward, Mesa, Ariz., Evelyn DeMoss, Brookings, Edith Root, Grenada, Calif.; two grandchild-ren.
Services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Virgil T. Golden chapel with inter-ment at Lee Mission Cemetery, Rev. Ted L. Hulbert officiating. The family suggests contributions to Cancer Society." OS Mar 20, 1974 18:4
GILLETT, Orlo M.
d. 16 Jan 1981 RA-39-07
"Orlo M. Gillett, 79, 1655 Nebraska NE, died Friday at home.
Born in Ohio, he came to Salem in 1959. He was a traffic manager for Jenks-White Wholesale Seed Co. for 30 years until he retired.
He was president of the Salem Sports Breakfast Club and a member of Engle-wood Methodist Church, North Salem Lions Club and Willamette University's Cardinal Round Table. He was a 1924 graduate of Willamette.
He was active in Boys Club work and a trophy is given in his name each year to the outstanding high school baseball player. He was part owner and a member of the board of the Salem Senators in 1978 and 1979.
He is survived by sons, Alan D., Junction City, Paul E., Salem, brother, Ira Gillett, Milwaukie, sister, Bessie Murray, Scappoose; three grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Englewood Methodist Church under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. The family suggests contributions to Oregon Lions Club Sight Foundation." SJ Jan 19, 1981 2B:4
d. Reserved RA-13-06
on marker w/Richard M. Gillis
GILLIS, Richard M.
b. 11 Jul 1924
d. 11 Jun 1995 RA-13-05
on marker w/Phillis Gillis
"Richard Gillis, 70, of Salem died Sunday in Tillamook.
An Alabama native, he served as a naval aviator during World War II. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Tulane University in 1952, a master's degree from University of Pennsylvania in 1954 and a doctorate from the University of Oregon in 1962.
He was a professor of economics at Willamette University from 1956 until retiring in 1989. While at Willam-ette, he helped establish ties with the ICC College of Japan and led the first group of exchange students to Japan. He also helped to establish the Atkins Graduate School of Manage-ment.
He enjoyed reading and traveling and volunteered for Meals on Wheels.
Survivors include the wife, Phyllis L.; daughter, Laura Daniel of Salem; son, Peter of Jacksonville, N.C.; mother, Ruth Sullivan of Salem; and one grandchild.
Visiting will be 3 to 8 p.m. Wednes-day and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Cone Chapel, Waller Hall, Willamette University. Private interment will be Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: a memorial fund in care of Willamette University, 900 State St., Salem 97301." SJ Jun 13, 1995 4B:4 w/photo
GILMAN, Florence Evelyn
b. 04 Nov 1917
d. 09 Aug 1985 RA-08-07
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son,
that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
on marker w/W.M. Harold Gilman
"Florence Evelyn Gilman, 67, of Portland, formerly a resident of Salem, died Friday.
She and her husband were active in the ministry and she was active with the Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Among survivors, in addition to her husband, Harold, are a sister and a brother in Salem, Prudence Reed and Eldon Foster.
Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and 8 to 10:30 a.m. Wednes-day at the Gable mortuary, 225 NE 80th St., Portland. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Glisan Street Baptist Church, Portland, and interment at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem.
Contributions may be made to the Wycliffe Bible Translators." SJ Aug 13, 1985 2B:5
GILMAN, William Harold
b. 22 May 1917
d. 03 Feb 2003 RA-08-06
on marker w/Florence E. Gilman
"EDMONDS, Wash. - Graveside services are at 2:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 7 at Jason Lee Cemetery, 2104 D. St., Salem." SJ Online
GILMER, Carrie V.
d. 14 Jul 1938 A-25-01-06
on marker w/Ira W. Gilmer
"Gilmer---Mrs. Carrie V. Gilmer, at the residence, 332 North 19th street, July 14, at the age of 72 years. Survived by widower, Ira W. Gilmer; daughters, Mrs. George Tompkins, Mrs. John Turnbull, Mrs. Leslie Morris, Mrs. Emery Feller, all of Salem; sons, Ray W. of Independence, Paul of Eureka, Utah, John W., Earl and Lloyd Gilmer, all of Salem. Eight grand-children also survive. Funeral services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Saturday, July 16, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Jason Lee ceme-tery, Rev. P. W. Eriksen officiating." OS Jul 15, 1938 9:1
b. Feb 1898
d. 20 Dec 1977 RA-59-04
on marker w/John W. Gilmer
"Clara Gilmer, 79, of 755 Norman Ave. NE, died Tuesday at a Salem nursing home.
Born in Salem, she was a lifetime resident of the area. She attended Illahe School. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feller, pioneers in the Turner area, and was one of 11 children. She was a member of Court Street Christian Church.
Survivors include daughters, Donna Armstrong, Salem, Jean Garrett, Portland; sisters, Mary Litchfield, Salem, Frances Hoss, Palm Springs, Calif.; brothers George and Clifford Feller, both of Salem, Wilfred Feller, Newport; five grandchildren.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary with interment in the Lee Mission Cemetery.
Casket is open from 6 p.m. Wednesday to 1 p.m. Friday." OS Dec 21, 1977 14A:6
GILMER, Emmett Lloyd
b. 18 Jun 1911
d. 25 Aug 1989 RA-20-11
TSGT US Army World War II
"Graveside services for Emmett Lloyd Gilmer, 78, of Salem, who died Friday, will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Lee Mission Cemetery.
He was born in Salem and lived most of his life in Salem. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. He worked in a lumber mill and was a mechanic.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his son, Steve of Salem; daughter, Kathy Woods of Roseburg; and sisters, Faith Morris; Hope Turnbull, and Ruth Feller, all of Salem.
Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association." SJ Aug 28, 1989 2B:4
GILMER, Ira Wisner
d. 18 Jul 1939 A-25-01-05
on marker w/Carrie V. Gilmer
"Ira Wisner Gilmer, at the resi-dence, 332 North 19th street, July 18. Survived by daughters, Mrs. George Tompkins, Mrs. John Turnbull, Mrs. Leslie Morris, Mrs. Emery Feller, all of Salem; sons, Ray W. of Indepen-dence, Paul of Eureka, Utah, John W., Earl and Lloyd, all of Salem; sisters, Mrs. Emma Young of Hillsdale, Mich., and Mrs. Minnie Frey, Battle Creek, Mich. Funeral services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Thurs-day, July 20, at 2 p.m. Rev. P.W. Erickson will officiate. Interment Jason Lee cemetery." OS Jul 19, 1939 5:1
GILMER, John W.
d. 10 Nov 1966 RA-59-05
on marker w/Clara Gilmer
"John W. Gilmer, 67, died Thursday of an apparent heart attack at his home, 755 Norman Ave. SE.
He had lived in Salem since coming here as a small child from North Dakota. He was a retired mechanic and a member of the Court Street Christian Church.
Surviving are the widow Clara; daughters Mrs. Donna Armstrong, Salem, Mrs. Jean Garrett, Portland; brothers Paul I. and Lloyd E. Gilmer, Salem, Earl Gilmer, Sacramento, Calif.; sisters Mrs. Ruth Feller, Mrs. Faith Morris, and Mrs. Hope Turnbull, all of Salem; five grandchildren.
Services will be 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Nov 11, 1966 I:13:2
b. 17 May 1915
d. 13 Jun 1977 RA-20-12
"Late resident of 910 Lockhaven Dr. NE, Salem, Ore. Mon. June 13 in a local hospital. Survived by widower, Emmett L. Gilmer, Salem; son, Steven Gilmer, Independence, Ore.; daughter, Kathy Woods, Salem; brother, Ben Wedel, Newton, Kan.; sisters, Mathilda Goertzen, Elizabeth Wedel, Hannah Unruh, Marie Banman all of Newton, Kan., Tina Wedel, Arpa Wedel of Hutchinson, Kan. Services will be held Fri. June 17 at 10:30 a.m. in the Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Chapel of the Gardens, 1350 Com'l SE. Dr. C. Gene Albertson officiating. Interment in the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 16, 1977 7:3
GILMOUR, Donna Lee
b. 04 Apr 1931
d. 11 Oct 2013 RC-48-09
"Donna Lee Gilmour-April 4, 1931-October 11, 2013--Salem--Services are pending. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Oregon Statesman, Salem, OR, October 13, 2001]
d. Reserved RC-48-09
GIROD, Raymond S.
b. 29 Jun 1897
d. 19 Sep 1897 OLD 091-02
"Girod---At the home of Mr. Wenger, east of Salem, Sunday, Sept. 19, 1897. Raymond Girod, infant son of Leon Girod. The remains were buried in Lee Mission cemetery yesterday." OS Sep 21, 1897 4:4
GIROD, Roderick (Raymond?) Mrs.
d. 19 Sep 1897 OLD 091-03
nothing further per Record of Interment #238
d. 17 Jan 1957 Salem, Oregon C-45-02-07
Interment Record #1896
"John Givens Dies in Hotel--John H. Givens, 66, was found dead in his room Thursday at the Hotel Morris, 459 State St., city first aidmen said.
Police said evidence indicates death was by natural causes.
According to officers Givens had lived at the hotel the past five years. There are no known survivors.
Services will be announced later by the W.T. Rigdon Mortuary." OS Jan 18, 1957 6:3
d. Oct 1913 D-04-02-07
no information per Record of Inter-ment #622 1/2
GLASGOW, Mary L.
d. 12 Mar 1947 A-38-01-05
"Mary Glasgow, 78, Dies Wednesday--Mrs. Mary Lou Glasgow, 78, died Wednesday at her home, 1235 N. 16th st., after residing in Salem for 35 years. The funeral will be at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Clough-Barrick chapel, interment following at Lee Mission cemetery.
Surviving Mrs. Glasgow, are a brother, George W. Ashman of Lebanon, and several nieces and nephews. Her husband preceded her in death in 1944." OS Mar 13, 1947 4:6
GLASGOW, Robert L.
d. 30 Nov 1944 A-38-01-06
"Robert Lee Glasgow, at his home, 1255 North 16th street, Thursday, November 30, at the age of 81 years. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Lou Glasgow of Salem; brother, Andrew Glasgow of Los Angeles, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Monday, December 4 at 3:30 p.m. with Rev. Charles Carter officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 3, 1944 6:1
GLAVIN, Mary F.
b. 17 Jan 1932
d. 02 Mar 1984 A-40-01-02
on marker w/Elizabeth L. Roth
GLEASON, Charles W.
b. 17 Jul 1887 Lebanon
d. 30 Dec 1904 D-06-01-04
s/o Frank Gleason; b. OR; died at 16y7m13d from tuberculosis Dec 30, 1903; burial at Lee Mission Jan 1, 1904 per D/C #422
d. 1903 D-06-01-02
s/o W.A. & Lydia E. (Lucore) Gleason burial 01 Jan 1904 by A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #332
GLEASON, Frankie A.
b. 17 Jul 1911
d. 11 Sep 1913 D-06-01-03
"Gleason Baby Buried--Frankie A. Gleason, the 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gleason, was buried yesterday afternoon at Lee Mission cemetery. The funeral was held from Lehman & Clough's chapel at 2 o'clock by Rev. P.S. Knight." OS Sep 14, 1913 5:4 s/o Frank A. & Abbie (French) Gleason per D/C #3188
GLEASON, Lydia E.
d. 1915 D-06-01-02
b. May 1909
d. 02 Sep 1909 D-06-01-07
"Gleason--At the family home in South Salem, Thursday evening, Sep-tember 2, 1909, Orin Gleason, aged 4 months, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Gleason.
The funeral services were at the grave in Lee Mission cemetery at 10 o'clock Saturday, September 4." WOS Sep 7, 1909 7:1 s/o F.A. & Abbie (French) Gleason; died of cholera infantum per D/C #2550
GLEASON, W. A.
b. 28 Oct 1822
d. 12 May 1902 D-06-01-01
79years - Absent, not dead
"Aged Resident Dead--W.A. Gleason Passed Away After A Lingering Illness--W.A. Gleason died at his home on Nebraska street, this city, at 6 o'clock Monday evening, after a lingering illness of Bright's disease, aged 79 years, 6 months and 15 days.
Deceased was born in Worcester county, Massachusetts, on October 28, 1822. In June, 1857, he was married to Miss Lydia E. Lucore, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and in 1864 crossed the plains to Oregon, settling near Pendleton, where he engaged in stock raising, very extensively and profit-ably, and remained there until about sixteen years ago when he moved to the Willamette Valley, Polk county, and came to Salem about three years ago where the family has resided since. Seven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Gleason, only one of whom, a son, Frank Gleason, is living, and resides in this city.
Funeral services were held at the home on Nebraska street, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, Rev. C. A. Rabing conducting the ceremonies, and the remains will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 15, 1902 6:2
GLEASON, Warren D.
d. 14 Jul 1910 D-06-01-08
"Gleason--At the family home on Rural avenue, South Salem, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gleason, aged 13 months.
Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery, after services at the house at 2:30 Saturday afternoon." OS Jul 16, 1910 5:3 s/o Frank & Abbie (French) Gleason per D/C #2832
d. 01 Mar 1937 D-01-04-04
"Miss Gobely's Body Is Found--The body of Miss Lena Gobely, 51 years old, for whom a search of nearly a month had been made, was found in Mill creek Saturday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock. Miss Gobely disappeared from her home, 645 South 25th street, March 1. The body was found by Donald Brooks, 464 South 24th, about 100 feet below the 25th street bridge.
As far as possible Mill creek had been drained a week ago in an effort to find the body, it having been suspected that Miss Gobely had ended her life in the stream. Her brother, G.C. Gobely, who is her only survivor, offered a reward of $100 for the finding of the body.
Graveside services are to be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock with Rev. J.E. Milligan of First Methodist church officiating." CJ Mar 29, 1937 4:6 See also: CJ Mar 22, 1937 10:7; CJ Mar 1, 1937 7:5
GOBELY, May Mary
b. 23 Jul 1885
d. 02 Jul 1935 D-01-04-03
"At a local hospital, July 2, May Mary Gobley, at the age of 50 years. Survived by husband, Charles Gobley; father, G.E. Payne, Sheridan; brothers, James Payne of Amity, George Payne and Irvin Payne of Toledo; sisters, Mrs. Alice Peeples, Union, and Myrtle Markee, Sheridan. Funeral services Friday, July 5, at 1:30 from the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. J.E. Milligan officiating minister." OS Jul 3, 1935 3:1 d/o G.E. & Etta (Hoteling) Payne per D/C #515
d. 1971 N/A
GOIN, Benjamin F.
b. 30 Oct 1835
d. 26 Oct 1913 D-12-02-05
"Goin--At his home, Twentieth and Lee streets, October 26, 1913, Benjamin F. Goin, 78 years. Two sons, W.M. and Benjamin, of this city, and two daughters in Missouri survive him.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Cottage undertaking parlors, Tuesday, at 10 a.m. Rev. Mr. Marshall will officiate. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 28, 1913 4:6 b. TN; s/o Daniel & Eliz. (Pebley) Goin; widowed; farmer per D/C #3569
d. 22 Oct 1910 D-15-03-05
d/o Henry & Evelyn (Mays) Kerney; married; dressmaker; died at OSIA from cerebral syphilis per D/C #3274
GOOCH, Earl A.
b. 12 Mar 1912
d. 27 Dec 1991 RA-08-01
"Earl A. Gooch, 79, of Salem, died Friday.
He was born in Gooch and was a lifelong Oregon resident. He also had lived in Mill City, Klamath Falls and Portland.
He and his wife, Frieda, were married 59 years.
He had worked with his father in the logging business and as an estate and tax consultant for Manufacturer's Life Insurance Co.
He was a member of the Pacific Masonic Lodge.
Survivors include his wife; daughter, Twyla E. Cloyd of Portland; sister, Sylvia Stevenson of Mill City; and one grandchild.
Private family graveside services will be held in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
Contributions may be made to a charity of one's choice." SJ Dec 28, 1991
estate of Henry Goode purchased spaces 3, 4, 5, 6, Delia (Walker)Goode Skeen buried in A-24-02-05
estate of Henry Goode purchased spaces 3, 4, 5, 6, Delia (Walker) Goode Skeen buried in A-24-02-05
GOODE, Henry Nelson
b. 19 Mar 1878
d. 04 Jun 1933 A-24-02-06
D/C #430 s/o D.J. & Mariah (Sappenfield) Goode
RI #1333 Henry Goode, age 55, died 04 Jun 1933 of acute gastritis, buried 06 Jun 1933 in Block 24 Sec A Lot 2 Grave 6; estate purchased spaces 3, 4, 5, 6
"At the residence in Donald, Henry Nelson Goode, June 4, at the age of 55 years. Leaves a widow, Delia Goode of Donald, two daughters, Zoe Goode of Donald and Mrs. Eileen Raz of Hillsdale, Ore.; son, Henry Goode of Donald; sisters, Mrs. W.H. Fuson of Aumsville, Mrs. B.E. Edwards of Salem, Mrs. J.A. Long of Nyssa; brothers, J.A. Goode of Portland, J.W. of Albany, Albert M. of San Diego, H.J. of Los Angeles and V.A. of Stayton. Funeral services Tuesday, June 6 at 3 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son with Rev. Blackler offici-ating. Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Jun 6, 1933 3:1
GOODWIN, Sarah E.
d. 26 Mar 1921 OLD 229-11
"Goodwin--At a local hospital at midnight, March 26, Sarah E. Goodwin, age 73 years, a resident of the Old Peoples home.
Mother of Mrs. Hattie Wagstaff of Hood River; Mrs. Cora E. Shea of Portland; Mrs. Effie Carr of New Mexico; Mrs. Will May of Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; sister of Mrs. Lulu Gimmy of Carrollton, Ill. Funeral tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10 a.m. from Rigdon's, Rev. Kirkpatrick officiating, follow-ing which the remains will be for-warded to Portland for cremation." CJ Mar 28, 1921 5:5
d. 1965 N/A
b. 10 Jan 1912
d. 04 Sep 1913 OLD 110-16
"Gordon--Milliard Gordon, the infant son of Mrs. Clare Gordon, at 1325 Hines street, September 4, aged 1 year, 8 months.
The funeral will be held from Rigdon & Richardson's chapel Sept. 5 (today) at 2 o'clock and the burial will take place in City View cemetery. Rev. R.N. Avison will officiate." OS Sep 5, 1913 4:6 Burial at Lee Mission; s/o Charles & Clara (Winegarden) Gordon per D/C #3198
GOSS, Arlene M.
b. 01 Aug 1897
d. 07 Sep 1989 RA-17-03
"Arlene M. Goss, 92, died Thursday in Salem.
She was born in Potsdam, N.Y She had been a resident of Salem since 1983, having moved from Santa Ana, Calif.
Survivors include her sister, Illiah May Crawley of Santa Ana, Calif.; and brother, Leslie W. Brown of Salem.
Interment will be private, in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem." SJ Sep 9, 1989 2B:5
b. 17 Oct 1855
d. 13 Jun 1911 D-08-04-04
"Funeral Today--The funeral of John Goughnow, who died at his home at the corner of Fourteenth and D streets Tuesday, will be held today, with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Tapscott will conduct the cere-monies. The services will be held from his home at 10 a.m." DOS Jun 15, 1911 4:4
GOULD, Achsa M.
d. 09 Aug 1899 D-07-01-01
on marker w/George W. Gould
"On Wednesday, Mrs. A.M. Gould died at the family home in Fruitland, six miles east of this city. She was aged 66 years and dropsy was the cause of her death. Funeral services will be conducted at the late home, by Rev. Barrett, at 11 o'clock this morning and interment will take place in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Aug 11, 1899 5:6
d. 19 Jul 1984 RA-26-12
on marker w/Rodney Gould
"R. Alice Gould, 75, Salem, died Thursday.
Born in Momence, Ill., she had lived in Salem for 10 years. She had worked for U.S. Forest Products Research Labs in Corvallis.
Survivors include her sons, Rodney J. and David, both of Salem; and sister, Nell Karschnick, of Arkansas.
Graveside services are pending under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Private interment will be at Jason Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will be open 5-9 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday in the visitation room of Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
Contributions may be made to Youth with a Mission, 7085 Battlecreek Road SE, Salem 97302." SJ Jul 21, 1984 2B:2
GOULD, George W.
d. 17 Mar 1901 D-07-01-02
on marker w/Achsa M. Gould
Funeral by W.T. Rigdon per Record of Interment #283
GOULD, Rodney C.
d. 13 May 1982 RA-26-11
on marker w/Alice Gould
"The Rev. Rodney C. Gould, 82, of 3307 Orndale St. NE, died Thursday in Salem Hospital Memorial Unit after an illness.
He was born in Sandusky, Ohio, and had lived in Salem 10 years. He was a World War I veteran and a graduate of the University of Chicago and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago.
For 32 years he was a pastor in Mid-west and Oregon churches, including the First Baptist Church, Corvallis, from 1950 to 1954. He and his wife, Alice, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 24.
Survivors, in addition to his wife, include his sons, David J. and Rodney J., both of Salem; sisters, Elsie G. Patterson, Pontiac, Mich., and Flor-ence Thomas, Canton, Ohio; and 10 grandchildren.
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Lancaster Bible Church, and private interment in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Barrick mortuary.
The family suggests contributions to Judson Baptist College." SJ May 15, 1982 2B:5
d. 16 May 1901 D-08-02-08
"At the Florence Sanatorium, Salem, Oregon, Thursday, May 16, 1901, at 9 a.m., Mrs. Anna Graber, wife of Peter Graber, of this city.
Interment was had in Lee Mission cemetery, on Sunday, May 19th." OS May 21, 1901 8:3
b. 04 Nov 1879
d. 08 Oct 1956 D-08-02-05
"Death Claims Emile Graber--Emile Graber, 76, a native of France and resident of Salem since 1888, died Monday at the home, 2145 Market St.
Born in France Nov. 4, 1879, he came to this country as a child and lived in Kansas for a time prior to coming to Salem.
Graber engaged in farming for a number of years and prior to that was employed by the water department here.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Minnie Graber, Salem; two sons, Leo and Raymond Graber, both of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Brown, Bend, and Mrs. John Meals, Seattle; three grand-daughters and one great grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Howell-Edwards Chapel, with interment following at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 9, 1956 3:2
b. 27 Sep 1917
d. 27 Sep 1917 D-08-02-06
premature child of E. & M. Graber per Record of Interment #716
GRABER, Lela Josephine
b. 21 Apr 1906
d. 21 May 1906 D-08-03-07
dau of John & Ila Graber
burial May 22, 1906 by A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #337
d. 23 Jul 1973 D-08-02-05
"Minnie Graber, 89, of 2145 Market St. NE, died Monday at a Salem nursing home.
Born in Ogden, Utah, she lived in Salem 73 years. Her husband Emile died in 1956.
Survivors include son Raymond of Salem; three grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Rev. Wayne Hawley offici-ating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jul 24, 1973 16:1
d. 28 Apr 1905 D-08-02-08
"Peter Graber Ends His Life--He Hangs Himself With Rope At His Own Home.--Anniversary of Wife's Death--His Son, Looking For Him, Finds His Body Suspended From Rafter in the Barn.--Calls to Daughter to Get Up and Get Breakfast, Then Goes to Barn, Where He Commits Himself to Eternity--No Cause for the Deed Known.--At almost the same hour of the day, and just four years from the date of the death of his wife, Peter Graber yesterday morning ended his life by hanging at his home at the southeast corner of Fourteenth street and Nebraska avenue, in this city. The deed was committed at about 6 o'clock and the body was found about fifteen or twenty minutes later by the suicide's son, Emil Graber. No cause can be assigned for the rash act, but it is supposed Mr. Graber had become temporarily affected in mind from the continuous brooding over the loss of his wife. He had also suffered from an attack of lagrippe during the past few weeks and up to last Monday has been unable to work.
Shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday morning Mr. Graber arose and went to the kitchen, where he built a fire and made other preparations for the family breakfast. He then stepped to the foot of the stairway, and as was his usual custom, called his eldest daughter, a girl of seventeen, saying: `My little Martha, come on.' It is thought the father then went to the barn and ended his life, as he had left the house when the young daughter came down stairs a few moments later and was not again seen alive. Emil Graber got up about twenty minutes after his father and went out into the yard to cut some grass for a pet deer. Upon going to the barn to feed the deer he noticed his father's slippers standing at the foot of a ladder leading to the hay loft. Failing to receive a response to his calls he went upstairs and was horrified to find the lifeless body of his father hanging at the end of a rope, the other end of which had been tied to a crosspiece on the rafters. The son at once gave the alarm, but the body was not cut down until the arrival of Coroner Clough, who did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest.
How Deed Was Done--The general surroundings in the loft of the barn showed that the suicide stood on a small box while he fastened one end of the rope to the timbers above and after making a noose and placing it around his neck he stepped off the box and slowly strangled to death. When found his feet were within a few inches of the barn floor and his heels touched the side of the box from which he had stepped.
Mr. Graber had at no time given an intimation of his intention to commit suicide, except that he made known his business affairs to his children on Thursday, saying he wished them to be conversant with his affairs so that they could more easily manage them in the event that he should be taken away suddenly.
The deceased came to the United States from France in 1891. After spending three years in Kansas he came to this city, where has since resided. He was aged 64 years, and leaves four children, Peter and Emil Graber, both of whom have attained the age of majority; Martha, aged 17, and Leona, aged 11 years.
The funeral will be held from the residence tomorrow at 2 p.m., and the remains will be interred at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 29, 1905 1:3 s/o John Graber; widower; born France; laborer; died of suicide by hanging per D/C #531
GRAGG, Susan Adeline
b. 16 Oct 1846
d. 03 Feb 1936 A-30-03-04
"At the residence, route four, Susan Adeline Gragg, 89. Survived by sister, Mrs. E.G. Merrill, Salem; brother, A.J. Gragg, Salem; three nieces, Mrs. Joseph Van Cleave, Aumsville, Mrs. Walter Rhule, Coquille, Mrs. Bessie Fleischman, Corvallis, and three nephews, F.S. Sutton, Newberg, Albert C. Gragg, Salem, and George Gragg, Corvallis. Funeral services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Thursday, Feb-ruary 6, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 6, 1936 5:1 d/o Henry C. & Rachel (Amen) Gragg per D/C #107
GRAHAM, Luther M.
d. 18 Jun 1951 Salem, Oregon C-46-03-17
Interment Record #1728
"Luther M. Graham, late resident of Mill City, at a local hospital June 18, at the age of 89 years. Graveside services will be held Saturday, June 23, at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery, under the direction of Clough-Barrick chapel."
GRAHAM, Megan Vanessa
b. 15 Aug 1971
d. 16 Jan 1979 N/A
"Tillamook--Megan Vanessa Graham, seven-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graham, Tillamook, died Wednesday at home of leukemia.
Besides her parents, she is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Cooley, Salem, and Mrs. LeRoy Loisell, Falls City; great-grand-parents, Mrs. Ralph H. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Turley, all of Salem.
Memorial services were held Wednes-day in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Salem. The family suggests contri-butions to the Leukemia Society of Doernbecher Children's Hospital or to Candlelighter's Leukemia Society, Portland." OS Jan 20, 1979 10:1
GRAHAM, W. H.
b. 28 May 1902
d. 28 May 1902 OLD 115-12
stillborn child of W.H. Graham per Record of Interment #300
GRALAPP, Amelia R.
d. 02 Feb 1937 A-31-04-02
on marker w/Henry H. Gralapp
"In this city, Tuesday, February 2, Amelia Gralapp, aged 69 years. Late resident of route 7. Wife of Henry H. Gralapp, mother of Mrs. William De Vries of Pratum, Arnold of La Grande and Milton of Salem. Funeral services will be held from Walker and Howell (formerly Salem Mortuary), 545 North Capitol street, Saturday, Feb. 6, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Guy S. Drill offici-ating. Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Feb 5, 1937 9:1
GRALAPP, Henry H.
d. 11 Feb 1937 A-31-04-04
on marker w/Amelia R. Gralapp
"Henry H. Gralapp, aged 71 years, late resident of route seven. Husband of the late Amelia Gralapp, who passed away February 2. Father of Mrs. William de Vries of Pratum, Arnold Gralapp of La Grande and Milton Gralapp of Salem. Memorial services will be held from the Walker and Howell chapel (formerly Salem Mortu-ary), 545 North Capitol street, Mon-day, Feb. 15, at 3 p.m., with Rev. Guy L. Drill officiating. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 13, 1937 5:1
GRANNIS, Eunice Barnes
b. 21 Jan 1846
d. 27 Sep 1909 A-37-03-08
"Grannis---In Salem, Oregon, Monday September 27, 1909, Mrs. George W. Grannis, aged 63 years.
The deceased was born at Barnsville, Ohio, January 21, 1846, and was married to Rev. Geo. W. Grannis on March 21, 1872. Batesville, Arkansas, was their first pastorate and in 1874 they were transferred to Walla Walla, Wash. In 1888 the Oregon Conference located them at Astoria, later serving at Astoria, Portland, and Salem, consecutively. In 1901 they removed to Pittsburg. During all this time Mrs. Grannis has been a devoted Christian woman, living a life of helpfulness, with no care for herself. A few weeks ago she accompanied her husband to the West, requesting that if her final summons came while here, that she might sleep with the old pioneers at rest in Lee Mission ceme-tery. She is survived by her husband, Rev. Geo. W. Grannis, two sisters and four brothers. One of her sisters, Mrs. Williams, resided in this city, and one brother in Portland. One sister resided in Missouri, two brothers are in Kansas, and one in Iowa." WOS Oct 1, 1909 5:2 d/o James Barnes; b. OH; m'd; died of pneumonia with contributing cause of brights disease per D/C #2584
GRANNIS, George Washington
b. 27 Aug 1847
d. 18 Nov 1927 A-37-03-07
"Rev. Gannis Laid To Rest Beside Wife--Funeral services for the late Rev. George Washington Grannis were held at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Rev. Fred C. Taylor, pastor, and Dr. D.H. Leach, district superintendent, in charge, assisted by members of the G.A.R. Interment was in the Jason Lee cemetery. Rev. Grannis died at his home in Turlock, Calif., Friday night and was laid to rest beside his first wife.
Rev. Grannis was born at Hannahs-town, Butler county, Penn., August 24, 1947 and enlisted with Company E. 193rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry when he was only 16 years old, being mustered out of service at Pittsburgh in November, 1864. Shortly after he moved to Missouri with his parents and was licensed to preach and later ordained by the St. Louis conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. In 1872 he went to Arkansas and in 1874 was transferred to the Pacific north-west, became pastor of the Methodist church at Walla Walla, Wash., spending 14 years in eastern Washington, including four years as presiding elder and pastor at Boise City and Canyon City, Idaho. He was trans-ferred to the Oregon conference in 1888, serving for 13 years as pastor in Astoria, Salem and Portland. For two years he was field agent for Willamette university and in recogni-tion of his services, was awarded the title of Doctor of Divinity.
Seeking a change for his health, he returned to the Pittsburgh conference in 1901, holding several pastorates and building two churches in addition to taking a leading part in industrial work in which he was engaged when the slogan "safety first" first came into existence. He led the fight for one day's rest in seven for postal employees while prominently engaged in the work of the Alleghany Sunday rest association, becoming general field secretary for the Lord's Day Alliance.
In 1910 he married Katherine S. Stannard, of Columbus, Ohio, one son being born, Frank L. Grannis, graduate of Willamette university and at present principal of the Cottage Grove high school. While in Turlock he served as department commander for California and Nevada from 1924 to 1925 and was commander of the Long Beach G.A.R. for two years. He was recently appointed assistant adjutant general, national office of the G.A.R. and commander of the Turlock post. Civic activities also interested him and he served as president of the Turlock high school board and held membership in the chamber of commerce of that city. He affiliated with the Masonic order while in Oregon in 1876 and served as chaplain of the Turlock lodge for several years. Services at Turlock Sunday were in charge of the Masonic lodge of that city. Besides his widow and son he is survived by two brothers, Samuel Grannis, of Swissvale, Penn., and William Grannis, of Los Angeles and two sisters, Mrs. G.G. Brewer, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Ira Baker of Inglewood, Calif." CJ Nov 23, 1927 7:4
GRANT, Herbert Perry
d. 06 Apr 1958 RA-32-02
"H.P. Grant, Real Estate Dealer, Dies--Herbert Perry Grant, Salem real estate dealer, was found dead Tuesday morning at his home, 1120 18th St. NE. He was 70.
Marion County Coroner Charles Edwards said death was from natural causes. Family members said he had a heart illness.
The body reportedly was found on a davenport by a milkman, Terrance Winston Hagel, 2294 34th St. NE, who investigated because Monday and Tues-day morning newspapers had not been taken in.
Grant was born in 1888 at Wilmot, Ohio, and came to Salem from Ohio in 1923. He was a member of First Methodist Church.
He leaves his widow, Mrs. Sadie Grant, Salem; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Krueger, Salem, and Mrs. Ruth Phillips, Stockton, Calif.; one son, Herbert Grant Jr., Phoenix, Ariz.; two sisters, Mrs. C.B. McClintock, Canton, Ohio, and Mrs. Ota Swan, Wilmot, Ohio; five grandchild-ren.
Private services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Clough-Barrick Funeral Home. Dr. Brooks H. Moore offici-ating. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 9, 1958 I:5:7
GRANT, Sadie Pruitt
d. 24 Apr 1972 RA-32-01
"Sadie Pruitt Grant, Stockton, Calif., retired teacher and former resident of Salem, died Monday in Stockton.
Born in Kansas, she lived in Salem from 1924 to 1968 and was a first grade teacher at Englewood School for many years.
Surviving are daughters Mrs. Ruth Phillips and Mrs. Elizabeth Krueger, son Herbert P., sister Mrs. Bernice Cannon, and nine grandchildren, all in California.
Family services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Barrick mortuary, inter-ment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 26, 1972 42:1
d. Reserved RA-10-06
GRAY, Francis Irvin Chester "Paul"
b. 04 Dec 1954
d. 16 Dec 1999 RA-10-04
"Paul Gray, 45, of Salem died Thursday. Cause of death was unavailable.
Born and raised in General Santos, Philippines, he moved to Salem in 1964. He graduated from North Salem High School, worked as a cook, managed an import warehouse and then was a self-employed pool installation contractor. He enjoyed fishing, archery hunting, camping, cooking and martial arts.
Survivors, all of Salem, include his parents, William and Remy Gray; brothers, Vincent Gray and Curtis Fisher; and sisters, Marlu and Susan Gray, Judy Fisher and Jocelyn Gran.
Visiting will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon Ransom Funeral Directors, with rosary following. Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, where he was a member. Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: American Heart Association or the church." SJ Online
GRAY, Herbert Nelson
d. 23 Feb 1959 A-30-04-04
on marker w/Myrtle E. Gray
"Late resident of 1295 21st St. NE, in this city February 23, at the age of 93.
Father of Blanche Curtis, Salem, Bernard L. Gray, Osakis, Minn., Raymond L. Gray, Osakis, Minn. Half brother of Katherine Depner, Choteau, Montana, 14 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren also survive. Services will be held Friday, Feb. 27th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Concluding services will be held at The Lee Mission Ceme-tery, Reverend Lloyd Uecker offici-ating." OS Feb 25, 1959 5:2
GRAY, Josephina Bautista
b. 19 Mar 1937 Philippines
d. 11 Mar 2017 University Place, Washington RC-33-24
GRAY, Marcella T.
b. 16 Jan 1911
d. 26 Jun 2000 RA-10-08
"Marcela Gray, 89, of Salem died Monday.
She was born in Cavite, Philippines and was preceded in death by a son and two grandchildren. Her husband, Chester, died in 1949.
Survivors include her sons, William and Frederick Gray, Jack Graciosa and Richard Cruz, all of Salem and Thomas Gray of Renton, Wash.; daughters, Lora Homman of Amity, Eileen Bacheller and Vivian Gettis, both of Salem, Mary Buckley of Kent, Wash., Leila Arbogast of Tigard, and Elizabeth Catopat of Quezen City, Philippines; sister, Aurora Ignacio of Cavite; 36 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Chapel. Rosary will be 7 p.m. tonight at the mortuary. Mass will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church where she was a member. Interment will be at Jason Lee Cemetery." SJ Online
GRAY, Myrtle E.
d. 06 Jun 1951 A-30-04-03
on marker w/Herbert N. Gray
"Myrtle E. Gray, late resident of 2067 Hazel avenue, in this city June 6 at the age of 80 years. Wife of Herbert N. Gray of Salem; mother of Raymond Gray and Bernard Gray, Osakis, Minn., and Samuel E. Gray and Mrs. Herbert Curtis, both Salem; sister of Mrs. William Byland of Osakis, Minn., and Mrs. Claude Praine of Tacoma, Wash.; also survived by 14 grand-children and 8 great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Gray came from Osakis, Minn., about 10 years ago and made their home in Salem with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Curtis. Last November they observed their 62nd wedding anniversary. Services will be held Friday, June 8, at 1:30 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services in the Lee Mission cemetery. The Rev. Lloyd Uker will officiate." OS Jun 7, 1951 16:1
GRAY, Remedios "Remy"Jovita
b. 18 Dec 1934
d. 26 Jul 2013 RA-11-22
"Remedios (Remy) Jovita Gray--December 18, 1934 - July 26, 2013
Remedios (Remy) Gray, passed away July 26, 2013. She was born in Leyte, Philippines and was the oldest of nine children. She married her husband, William (Ed) Gray in 1954.
She leaves behind her son, Vincent Gray; daughters, Marcela Gray and Judith (Gray) Fisher; Son in law, Curtis Fisher; grandchildren, Britni (Fisher) Hamm, Nicolas Gray, Nathaniel Gray, Nolan Gray, Reede Fisher and Caidyn Gray and her newly acquired grandson, Greg Hamm. She was preceded in death by her husband Ed and her oldest son, Francis (Paul).
Visitation at Howell Edwards Doerksen Funeral Home on Wed, July 31, 3 to 7pm with a Rosary starting at 7pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church on Thurs, August 1, 11am with a Burial Liturgy Following at Lee Mission Cemetery." [Statesman Journal July 31, 2013]
GRAY, Samuel E.
b. 28 Apr 1897
d. 14 Jul 1954 A-31-01-03
Stu Army Tng Corp WWI
"Late resident of 2067 Hazel Ave. in this city July 14 at the age of 57. Survived by father, Herbert Gray, Salem; brothers, Bernard Gray, Oskis, Minnesota, Raymond Gray, Oskis, Minn.; sister, Mrs. Herbert Curtis, Salem; uncle of Mrs. John Kelley, Salem, Mrs. Virgil Norwood, Cottage Grove, Ore., and several other nieces and nephews in Minnesota. Member of American Legion Post No. 9, YMCA, Columbia Athletic Club, Phi Beta Kappa. Services will be held Saturday, July 17, at 3:00 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon Chapel. Rev. Lloyd Uecker will officiate. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jul 15, 1954 II:11:1
d. 2015 RA-10-04 and RA-11-22
half cremains buried on mothers grave and half cremains buried on brothers grave
GRAY, William E.
b. 27 Aug 1933
d. 01 Nov 2000 RA-10-07
"William Gray, 67, of Salem died Wednesday. Cause of death was unavailable.
Born in Malate, Philippines, he served in the Navy and was a records keeper for the state of Oregon for many years.
He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and he enjoyed fishing and hunting.
Survivors include his wife, Remedios, whom he married in 1954; son, Vincent of Salem; daughters, Marcela Gray and Judith Fisher, both of Salem; brothers, Frederick Gray and Jack Graciosa, both of Salem, Thomas of Renton, Wash., and Richard Cruz of the Philippines; sisters, Lora Homann of Amity, Eileen Bacheller and Vivian Gettis, both of Salem, Elizabeth Catapaat of the Philippines, Mary Buckley of Washington, and Leila Arbogast of Portland; and five grandchildren.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and rosary will be 6 p.m. today at Keizer Funeral Chapel. Mass will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, where he was a member.
Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Online
d. Reserved RA-42-01
GREEN, Daniel McKay
b. 02 Sep 1950
d. 31 Jul 2003 RA-10-01
"SALEM - Daniel McKay Green died July 31, 2003 at age 52 after a 14-month bout with cancer. Dan was born and raised in Salem. He attended Baker and McKinley Elementary schools, Leslie Junior High and graduated from South Salem High School in 1968. As a child, he enjoyed Cub Scouts, being an acolyte at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, baseball, and always playing the piano, beginning his lessons at age 6. He graduated from the University of Oregon in 1972 with a degree in Music Composition. After college, he toured with a successful rock ‘n’ roll band, the Wings of Freedom, for several years, then returned to Salem in 1977 to join the family business, Capitol Chevrolet Cadillac.
Dan was truly loved by all who knew him. His remarkable sense of humor -- including a spot-on knack for imitating and skewering the pompous -- may have had something to do with this, but more likely it was simply the result of Dan’s genuine love for and acceptance of all people, from all walks of life. He was accepted by all, because he accepted all.
Dan’s musical talent was legendary: classically trained but with a love for all genres, he was a wonderful pianist and performer, yet entirely self-effacing about his genius. Others may have taken the spotlight, but those who knew him -- and knew music -- understood that Dan was the soul and spirit of any group he was in.
In music, in business, and in life, Dan was a trouper. Even during his last year, Dan never uttered a word of complaint, of anger, or self-pity. What most of us would call an ordeal, Dan referred to as “a new adventure” -- and he meant it. In short, that’s the kind of guy Dan was: whether you were headed uphill or downhill or around a curve, Dan was someone you’d like to have at your side.
Dan is survived by his parents, Mary Lou and Lester Green; brother, Jim and his children, James and Elle; sister, Leslie Dinsdale and her sons, Matthew and Alex Casebeer, all of whom, inspired in part by their uncle Dan, have pursued their own paths in music. Dan’s wife, Sherre, died in 1996.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Wed., Aug. 6 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. If you wish to honor Dan’s life, the family asks that you make a donation to the Humane Society of the Willamette Valley, PO Box 13005 Salem, OR 97309, where Dan contributed countless hours as a volunteer, or the University of Oregon School of Music, 1225 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1225. Arrangements are by City View Funeral Home." SJ Online
GREEN, Dorothy [Bailes]
cremains placed between graves of Tammy and Stephen Green
d. Reserved RA-32-21
b. 01 Mar 1945
d. 23 Nov 2015 RA-42-01
"Lloyd E. Green, 70, of Monroe, OR, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 23, 2015. Lloyd's life story will be shared 12:00pm on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at the Bellfountain Cornerstone School, located at 25398 Dawson Rd, Monroe, OR, with lunch to follow.
Born March 1, 1945 to Dollie Teel and Lloyd Green in Great Falls Montana, Lloyd was the youngest of five boys. At the age of 12, Lloyd relocated to Turner, OR where he attended Cloverdale Elementary and Cascade High School. Lloyd entered the Army in 1964 and was stationed in Germany as a bulk fuels specialist. He was honorably discharged in 1967 and returned to Turner, OR where he married Dorothy Bales. Lloyd worked at Boise Cascade Container for 30 years retiring in 2006. Upon retirement, Lloyd relocated to Monroe, OR where he lived for the last 9 years.
Lloyd was predeceased by his daughter Tammy and son Steven. He is survived by his daughter Kathleen Sutton and her husband William; son Brian Green and his wife Abbie; his beloved grandchildren, Lexxs Hoffman and her husband Evan, Sadi Sutton, Calvin Bradburry, McKenzie Oconnor, and Andrew Green; his brothers Ron Green, Ray Green, and Lyle Cooke; and many nieces and nephews.
GREEN, Sherri Kay
b. 12 Mar 1953
d. 09 Jan 1996 RA-10-02
"Sherri Green, 42, of Salem died Tuesday.
She was born in Ocean Lake and lived in Salem most of her life. She graduated from McNary High School. She enjoyed gardening and animals.
Survivors include her husband, Daniel; mother, Clo Edwards of Salem; sister, Sam Garland Gardner of Salem; and grandmother, Virgie Faust of Port-land.
Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Private family interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: Humane Society of the Willamette Valley, P.O. Box 13005, Salem 97309-1005." SJ Jan 12, 1996 7B:3
GREEN, Stephen Lyle
b. 31 Jan 1969
d. 10 Feb 2000 RA-42-03
GREEN, Tammy Lynn
b. 17 Sep 1970
d. 03 Jul 1979 RA-42-02
Now Tammy's with the Angels in heaven enjoying God's embrace today,
now with her new body in heaven she can finally run & play (photo of Tammy)
"8-year-old Tammy Green dies after lengthy illness--`She wanted to live until the Fourth, but she didn't make it.'
Tammy Green, 8-year-old Turner girl who had struggled with various illnesses for years, died Monday.
Her aunt, Carrie Little, said, `She kept saying she wanted to see the fireworks one more time.'
Tammy had been hospitalized at Salem Hospital Memorial Unity for the past month. Her condition had been deteriorating since a trip to Disneyland last October. She had cervical fibromatosis, a hardening tumor in her neck.
Dorothy Green, her mother, said `She was quite the little fighter. She was teasing Dr. (John) Schulte and everything.'
`She told me yesterday she was tired of fighting. She was ready to go. She wasn't scared. She was more scared for her dad and me than for herself.'
`She kept telling us she didn't want to leave us. She knew she was going.'
Her aunt said, `People who visited her in the hospital had given her money. She had accumulated $30."
Her dad asked, `What do you want me to buy you?' She said, `Just buy me pink roses for my grave.' She loved pink roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green, sons Steven and Brian and daughter Kathleen live on three acres at 12354 Summit Loop Road SE, five miles south of Turner.
Tammy was a 2nd grader at Cloverdale Elementary School until illness forced her to quit. She had attended the Turner Freeway Assembly of God Church.
She was born in Great Falls, Mont., but had lived all but six months in Oregon. The family home was close to where both her parents grew up.
Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Forman, Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bales, Aumsville. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Alice Holodnick, Havre, Mont., and John Green, Dallas.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Barrick mortuary, with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will be open noon to 8 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the mortuary." SJ Jul 4, 1979 3B:1
b. 16 Sep 1951
d. 16 Sep 1951 C-43-03-08
Interment Record #1737; stillborn
GREENE, J. L.
d. Mar 1921 D-18-03-02
no record other than name per Record of Interment #830 1/2
GREENE, Sarah D.
d. 01 Jan 1908 D-27-02-05
"Green--At the family home three miles east of Salem, Wednesday, January 1, 1908, at 5 p.m., Mrs. Sarah D. Green, aged 72 years.
The funeral services were conducted from the home at 11 a.m. yesterday, Rev. W.H. Selleck officiating. Interment was had in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 4, 1908 4:5 d/o John & Mary (Noland) Giltdens; b. OH; per D/C #5669
GREGG, Robert Bruce
b. 21 Jan 1949
d. 24 Jan 1949 C-47-01-14
buried in 7th grave (from west) in plot 14
Record of Interment #1627
GREGORY, Thomas Allan
b. 29 Dec 1939
d. 10 Apr 2013 RC-48-05
"Thomas A. Gregory--December 29, 1939 - April 10, 2013--SALEM - Graveside service will be held 2:00 pm Thursday, April 18, 2013 at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [StatesmanJournal, Salem, OR, April 17, 2013]
d. Reserved RA-23-12
GREINER, Anthony J. "Tony"
d. 19 Jan 1985 RA-23-11
"Turner--Anthony J. "Tony" Greiner, 18, of Turner, died Sunday in Chico, Calif., of injuries suffered in an auto accident.
Born in Salem, he attended Cascade High School, graduated from McKay High School and worked at Stayton Canning Co.
Survivors include his daughter, Miranda Lee, Turner; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greiner, brother, Peter, and sister, Tina Greiner, all of Turner; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Bullhead City, Ariz., and Paul and Helen Greiner, Salem.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Stayton. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, under direction of Weddle mortuary, Stayton." SJ Jan 22, 1985 2B:4
GREINER, Helen M.
b. 16 Sep 1921 The Dalles
d. 07 Jun 2009 Salem, OR RA-54-10
d/o William and Helen (Elget) Schanz
m1. 1940 Paul Michael Greiner Sr.
m2. Eugene Summer
"..... Helen enjoyed knitting, cooking, sewing, painting and gardening. Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Michael Greiner Sr.; and later Eugene Summer; and her daughter, Mary Katherine "Mamie" Greiner. She is survived by sons, Paul Michael "Buddy" Greiner Jr. of Turner, George William Greiner of Jefferson and Allen Joseph Greiner of Turner; daughters, Yvonne Helena "Bonnie" Landers of Salem, Marjorie Kay "Mitzy" Steiner of Florida, Anita Theresa "Neno" Charpentier of Salem and Ada Marie Thiems of Salem; 30 grandchildren; and numerous great and great-great-grandchildren.." [complete obituary available at statesmanjournal.com]
GREINER, Mary Katherine
d. 23 Aug 1969 RA-54-08
"Mary Katherine Greiner, 17, 806 Thompson Ave. NE, died of cancer Saturday in a Salem hospital.
Born in The Dalles, she lived in Salem the past 16 years. She was a student at North Salem High School.
Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greiner, Salem, brothers, George, Vietnam, and Allen, Salem; sisters Mrs. Bonnie Landers, Tulsa, Okla., and Mitzy and Ada Greiner, both Salem; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Greiner and Mr. and Mrs. William Schanz, all The Dalles.
Rosary will be 7:30 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mass will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church. W.T. Rigdon mortuary is in charge of arrangements." OS Aug 24, 1969 39:1
GREINER, Paul Michael Sr.
b. 08 Nov 1920
d. 20 Aug 1990 RA-54-09
PFC US Army
"Paul M. Greiner Sr., 69, of Salem died Monday at Salem Hospital.
He was born in Condon and grew up in The Dalles. He married Helen M. Schanz on Sept. 7, 1940, in The Dalles. He served in the Army during World War II. In 1953, he moved to Salem. He later retired as a union carpenter.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and Local Carpenters Union No. 1065.
Survivors include his wife; sons, Allen J. and Paul M. Jr., both of Turner, and George W. of Jefferson; daughters, Bonnie H. Landers, Mitzy K. Ginther, Anita T. "Neno" Charpentier, and Ada M. Thiems, all of Salem; brother, Robert of The Dalles; sis-ters, Georgia Lousignont and Yvonne "Bonnie" Oades, both of The Dalles; 26 grandchildren; and six great-grand-children.
Recitation of the rosary will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday in the church. Mass will follow. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Visiting will be from noon to 8 p.m. today in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Aug 22, 1990
GREINER, Paul Michael Jr.
d. 30 Oct 2014 RA-23-10
"Paul Michael Greiner, Jr. -- September 13, 1941 - October 30, 2014 --Memorial Mass Thurs, Nov. 6, 11:00 am at St. Mary Catholic Church, Shaw. Arrangements by Weddle Funeral Services." [Statesman Journal, November 2, 2014]
d. 22 Apr 1914 C-47-02-05
widowed; farmer-miner; died at Oregon State Hospital from organic heart disease at age 77 yrs per D/C #919
GRIFFA, Edward A.
b. 07 Dec 1867
d. 18 Mar 1950 OLD 118-01
"Death Claims Edward Griffa--Edward A. Griffa, a retired plumber who had lived in Salem the past three years, died Thursday at a local hospital. He was 79.
Griffa was born Dec. 7, 1870, in Dayton, Ohio. He lived about 40 years in Oregon and resided recently at 648 Union st. Surviving are two sisters, Hannah Gardner, Salem, and Mrs. Amanda Clodfellow, Albany.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon from Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 18, 1950 4:5
d. 21 Sep 1965 RA-39-05
on marker w/Ward W. Griffin
"Mrs. Adeline Griffin, 61, died Tuesday at her home, 2785 Cherry Ave. NE, following a long illness.
Before coming to Salem 10 years ago, Mrs. Griffin and her husband, Ward W. Griffin, operated an interdenominational home for boys which they founded at Renton, Wash. The home is still in operation as the Griffin Home.
She lived most of her life in the Seattle, Wash., area and worked for Western Union for about 35 years. She was a member of the Trinity Evangelical Covenant Church in Salem.
Survivors include, beside her widower, son Ward Allen Griffin, Yakima; mother Mrs. Mary Allen, Spokane; brothers Morton E. Allen, Spokane, and Chester Allen, Fairbanks, Alaska; sister Mrs. William Ritchie, Salem; six grandchildren.
Funeral will be Friday at 4:15 p.m. at Virgil T. Golden's Mortuary, Rev. Wilbur Solie officiating. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Sep 23, 1965 20:1
GRIFFIN, Ward W.
d. Reserved RA-39-06
on marker w/Adeline Griffin
Record of Interment #185; no further information
GRIFFITH, Frederick J.
b. Jan 1913
d. 27 Mar 1913 OLD 110-13
"Griffith--Frederick J. Griffith, infant son of Daniel H. and Della May Griffith, March 27, at the family home on Broadway, aged 2 months. The funeral will be held at the home tomorrow and burial will take place in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 29, 1913 3:3 s/o Daniel H. & Della May (Scott) Griffith per D/C #1049
GRILLEY, Merritt B.
b. 02 Mar 1806
d. 04 Feb 1903 D-09-02-08
"Grilley--At the home of his son, Geo. M. Grilley, in Englewood addition to Salem, Oregon, at 6:30 o'clock p.m., Wednesday, February 4, 1903, M.B. Grilley, aged 96 years and 11 months.
Deceased was born in Waterbury, Conn., March 2, 1806. His boyhood days were spent in New York, and his middle life in Kansas. He came to Oregon about fifteen years ago during which time he has made his home with his son. He is said to have been the oldest man in Marion county. The funeral services will be held at the house at 3 o'clock today, conducted by Rev. H.A. Ketchum, and interment will be had in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Feb 5, 1903 8:5
b. 31 Mar 1862
d. 17 Nov 1926 D-02-02-06
"Gronke--In this city November 17, Carl Gronke, age 64. Survived by four children and two sisters, Mrs. Johanna Labornaskos of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Minnie Gerke of Salem. Funeral services Friday at 3 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Nov 19, 1926 5:7
GROSHONG, Robert Lester
d. 13 Jan 1960 RA-52-05
"Man Found Dead in Bed--Robert Groshong, 1434 Ferry St. SE, was found dead in his bed Wednesday. Estimated to be in his 50s, he had a heart condition neighbors said.
He had been unemployed since his back was broken about one year ago in an auto accident at Portland, neighbors said. He had come to Salem since then.
Neighbors said he leaves a daughter at Kelso, Wash. Funeral arrangements are pending at W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Jan 14, 1960 15:4
b. 14 Jul 1812
d. 21 Oct 1904 OLD 117-02
"Aged Woman Dead--Mrs. Adele Grosjean died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. Aufranc Friday night at 10:15 o'clock of old age. Deceased was born in Switzerland on July 14th, 1812, and aged 92 years, three months and seven days. She was twice married and had three daughters by the first union, two of whom survive her, Mrs. Aufranc of this city and Mrs. Anna Hofheinz of Kyle, Texas. She leaves 17 grand-children and 38 great grandchildren. She resided with her daughter, near this city, for over 26 years. The funeral will be held at the residence tomorrow, (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the remains will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery." DCJ Oct 22, 1904 5:2 widowed; b. Switzer-land; housewife; died of old age per D/C #1407
GRUBBS, Francis H.
d. 28 Mar 1911 DS-02
"Grubbs--Prof. F.H. Grubbs, formerly a resident of this city, but in recent years in business in Portland, died at the home in that city yesterday morning.
His wife, who was a daughter of Rev. Jason Lee, died several years ago. He leaves one daughter, Ethel Waif Grubbs, of Portland. He was a graduate of Willamette university and for some time one of its teachers. Definite plans have not been arranged for the funeral, but he will be buried in Lee Mission cemetery, probably, Thursday afternoon." DOS Mar 29, 1911 5:3
GRUBBS, Lucy Ann (Lee)
d. Jul 1881 DS-03
dau of Jason & Lucy Lee
"The remains of Mrs. Lucy Ann Lee Grubbs were brought from The Dalles and laid away by the side of her mother, in the Lee Mission Cemetery, on yesterday afternoon." WOS Jul 25, 1884 3:5
b. 16 Aug 1865
d. 11 Jan 1960 RA-52-06
"Albert Gruber, 94, Succumbs--Albert Gruber, 94, resident of Salem for 65 years, died Monday at the home, 4380 Auburn Rd. NE. He had been bedfast since breaking a leg last March.
A retired carpenter, Gruber was born in Iowa Aug. 16, 1865. He lived at Tacoma, Wash., for a time prior to coming to Salem. He was married to Esther Hilton in Salem in 1897 and they observed their 50th anniversary in 1947. She died in 1952.
He was a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Edna Sloan, Salem, and Mrs. Clara Strandberg, Camas, Wash.; son, Ernest Bliven, Canby; eight grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are in care of Virgil T. Golden Mortuary." OS Jan 12, 1960 5:5
d. 26 Jan 1952 A-29-02-07
"At a local hospital, Jan 26, Esther T. Gruber, late resident of 4380 Auburn Rd. Survived by widower, Albert Gruber, of Salem; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Standberg and Mrs. Edna Sloan, both of Salem; sons, Lorence E. Bliven of Salem, Ernest A. Bliven of Wood-burn; seven grandchildren. Several nieces and nephews. Services will be held in the Virgil T. Golden Chapel Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 2 p.m., with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jan 28, 1952 5:4
GRUNIG, Anna Maria VanLaanen
b. 07 Jan 1895 Greenbay, WI
d. 20 Nov 1949 Eugene, OR A-29-01-06
"Mary Van Laanen Gruning, late resident of Eugene, at a Eugene hospital, November 20, at the age of 54. Survived by widower, Alvin Gruning of Eugene; brothers, M.F. VanLaanen of Maupin, John VanLaanen of Salem, J.E. VanLydegraf and John VanLydergraf, both of Salem, William VanLydegraf in Wisconsin, Tony VanLydegraf of Glendale, Calif., and Frank VanLydegraf of Reno, Nev.; sisters, Mrs. Francis Farrow of Olympia, Wash., and Mrs. Anna Edwards of Portland. Services will be held Wednesday, November 23, at 2 p.m. from the Howell-Edwards chapel with the Rev. J. J. Gillespie officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 22, 1949 10:5
GUEVARA, Reyna C.
c. 24 Jan 2000 C-43-07-08
GUZMAN, Isidro Franco
d. 2005 RA-39-22
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