Lana Lovelle Maxfield
May 2, 1949 - March 29, 2008
Lana Lovelle Maxfield, 58, of Dallas died March 29.
Visitation is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 3, at Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence.
Inurnment service is at 1 p.m. Friday, April 4, at Fir Crest Cemetery Niche Wall, Monmouth.
Gertrude Alice Jager
May 17, 1924 - March 29, 2008
Gertrude Alice Jager, 83, of Dallas died March 29 in Dallas.
Service is at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 12, at the Grace Baptist Church in Dallas, with viewing to follow.
Contributions are suggested to the Salvation Army in care of the Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, which handled arrangements.
Flavia "Flo" Rizzo
June 8, 1923 - March 14, 2006
Flavia "Flo" Rizzo, 82, of Monmouth died March 14.
She was born to Joseph and Apolonia Napolean Casini in Dudley, Pa.
She moved to Monmouth in 1990 from Trenton, N.J.
She was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church in Independence.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Rizzo Sr. daughter Sandra Peak, brothers, Frank and Gino and sisters, Angelina, Demenica and Emma.
Survivors include her son, Jack (Betty-Ann) of Hamilton, N.J.; and sisters, Dora DeJoseph of Monmouth and Clara of Hershey, Pa; grandsons, Domenick and Vincent of Hamilton, John and Chris Peak of Independence and David Peak of Salem; and great-grandchildren, Cody, Jacob and Emily, all of Independence.
Memorial service was March 20 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Independence.
Contributions may be made to American Heart Association, 710 2nd Ave, Suite 900, Seattle, WA 98104.
Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence, handled arrangements.
Aaron Ronald Booth
Sept. 22, 1959 - March 12, 2006
Aaron Ronald Booth, 46, of Dallas died from complications of surgery March 12 in Portland.
He was born in Dallas to Ronald L. and Patricia Ann Hibbs Booth.
As a child, Aaron lived in Valsetz and graduated from Willamina High School in 1977. He enjoyed playing football and wrestling.
Aaron had worked as a choker setter in Coos Bay and Amity until relocating to Dallas where he continued working in the wood industry. He was employed by Fort Hill Lumber and Willamette Lumber Company until his health no longer allowed him to work.
Aaron had a real passion for hunting and fishing, enjoyed riding horses and just being in the outdoors where he felt at home.
He found the love of his life in Lynn M. Brown and married her June 21, 1997 in Buell. They recently fulfilled a dream of buying a home in Alaska and had planned to move there when he was released from the hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Lynn of Dallas; son, Brandt of Salem; daughters, Bonni Booth of Philomath and Jessica Brown of McCleary, Wash.; parents, Ronald and Patricia of Salem; and sister, Deelain Lambert of LaPine.
Graveside service was March 14 in the Buck Hollow Cemetery in Willamina.
Contributions may be made to help defray medical expenses to any U.S. Bank in care of Aaron Booth medical fund.
Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center handled arrangements.
Cora Elizabeth Linscheid
July 16, 1921 - March 15, 2006
Cora Elizabeth Linscheid, 84, of Salem, formerly of Dallas, died March 15.
She was born to Charles Raymond and Elva Pearl Buker Cross in Vancouver, Wash.
She grew up in California and graduated from Benicia High School in 1939.
She married the love of her life, Walter E. Linscheid in Carson City, Nev., Sept. 21, 1941. They lived in Benicia while Walter worked at the Mare Island Naval Shipyards during World War II.
In 1946 they moved to Oregon, living briefly at Perrydale and Bethel while Walter built a home for their growing family in Amity and moved to Dallas in 1951. Cora was active in her children's Cub Scouts, 4-H, and church programs. She really enjoyed being a wife and mother in their busy household.
She and Walter were members of the Grace Mennonite Church in Dallas for many years.
Cora moved to Salem in 2004 following the death of her husband in 2003.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Raymond and Clifford Cross.
Survivors include her five children, Wayne (Dolores) Linschied of Redmond, Nancy (Robert) Noble of Salem, Dan (Anita) Linscheid of Sheridan, Glen (Dorothy) of Tillamook, and Roger (Sue) Linscheid of Aloha; nine grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
Service was March 20 at Bollman Funeral Home and interment was at Dallas Cemetery. To send on online condolence go to www.bollmanfuneralhome.com.
Robert H. Lace Sr.
Aug. 5, 1918 - March 14, 2006
Robert H. Lace, Sr., 87, of Dallas died March 14.
He is survived by his five children, Bob Sr??., Ron, Carol, Jim, and Penny; two stepchildren, Linda and Chuck; brother, Melvin; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Eleanor in 1987, his second wife, Velda in 2005, his brother Don and sister, Dorothy.
Memorial service was March 17th at Dallas Retirement Village under the direction of Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center.
Contributions may be made to Bob's favorite charity, Yatima Group Fund, 2395 Center St. NE, Salem,OR 97301, an organization dedicated to helping children orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Tanzania.
Lucille "Peggy" B. Holsinger
April 30, 1919 - March 16, 2006
Peggy Holsinger, 86, of Dallas died March 16 in Dallas.
She was born in Sterling, Colo.
She married Edgar Holsinger June 19, 1938 in Sheridan, Wyo.
Peggy was a librarian for the Big Horn School District in Wyoming for many years, retiring in 1984. After retirement she and her husband owned the Gospel Garden Bookstore for 10 years and Peggy helped to establish the library for the local Christian school.
Survivors include her daughter, Dixie L. Roberts of Salem; grandchildren, Tammy J. Simpson of Anchorage, Alaska, and Todd B. Roberts of South Jordan, Utah; and five great-grandchildren.
Graveside service is 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 29 at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Wyo.
Contributions may be made to the Union Gospel Mission in Salem or to the Cornerstone Church in Sheridan.
Bollman Funeral Home in Dallas handled arrangements and assisted by Kane Funeral Home in Sheridan, Wyo.
Julie Jean Dutoit
Sept. 6, 1951 - March 16, 2006
Julie Jean Dutoit, 54, of Monmouth died March 16 in Monmouth.
She was born in Dallas to Elmer and Delores Schlenker.
She grew up and attended schools in Toledo. After high school she went to work for the State of Oregon Department of Transportation retiring in 1993.
Julie enjoyed flowers, shopping QVC, spending time with family and friends and traveling especially to Grand Cayman and the Hawaiian Islands.
Survivors include her husband, Steven Dutoit of Monmouth and married in August 1979; and sister, Cherry Hanson of Siletz.
Celebration of life service is 11 a.m. Friday, March 24 at Farnstrom Mortuary in Independence. Reception will follow at the Independence Elks Lodge.
Contributions can be made to Willamette Valley Hospice, 1015 3rd Street NW, Salem, OR 97304-4007.
Farnstrom Mortuary in Independence handled arrangements.