Obituaries for the week of 7
Former Madras resident Pearl Jane Brown passed away on June 24, 2013, at the age of 100.
Pearl Jane Cunningham was born in Madras to Ollie Jane Richardson and Robert Ticen Cunningham. They were homesteaders in the early 1900s. She lived in Madras until after her graduation from Madras High School. She is believed to be the last surviving member of the class of 1931.
She met James Richard Brown in Madras, and they were married on May 17, 1932. Their daughter Margaret was born at Dick aunt Dora Gunderson maternity home in 1933. Mildred was born in Terrebonne in 1934, Betty in 1937 in Prineville, and later in life, Kathy was born in 1952 in Vancouver, Wash.
Dick and Pearl were hardworking people. They tried their hand at farming and worked whatever was available during the hard days of the Depression. They heard that work was available in Portland at the shipyards and left Prineville, moving to McLaughlin Heights, Vancouver, Wash.
Dick worked at both the Vancouver and Portland Kaiser shipyards. He worked at the Vancouver bus garage as a mechanic and later for the Washington Department of Transportation. They always had a garden, fruit, cows, pigs, chickens and farmed the land.
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She served as Sunday School superintendent and taught classes for many years.
Dick and Pearl moved from the Barberton area to Dollars Corner near Battleground, Wash., and from there to Good Hope and finally to the Hazel Dell area, where they lived until retiring and moving to Courtyard Fountains in Gresham.
While there, Pearl stayed active by helping organize and manage a "buy cheap jintropin online" little shop she called Grandma Treasures. The proceeds of the sales were used for needs of the residents and donated to charitable organizations.
Pearl was given a Golden Notes award from the Gresham Chamber of Commerce in 2007, when she was 94 years old, for her volunteerism.
When a benign essential tremor made it hard to care for herself, she was taken care of by Dennis and Mildred Dorin in their home. She moved after two years to Grace Adult Care Home, where she was lovingly cared for until her passing.
She is survived by daughters, Margaret and husband Don Kellogg, Mildred and Dennis Dorin, Kathryn Woodward; 10 grandchildren; 26 great grandchildren; and 15 great great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Ray Herman Cunningham in 1994 and James Donald Mathers in 1999; husband, James R. Brown in 1999; and daughter, Elizabeth Joyce Boardman in 2004. Autumn Funerals of Redmond is in charge of arrangements.
Verna Lorene (Scott) Miller
June 30, 1928 July 10, 2013
Madras resident Verna Lorene (Scott) Miller, 85, went peacefully home to be with the Lord on July 10, 2013, after Sustanon 250 Weekly Dosage battling colon cancer for over two years.
Verna was born on June 30, 1928, in North Powder, Ore., in the home of her grandparents, to parents Joseph and Ella Scott. She was the second oldest of 15 siblings.
On July 7, 1946, she married Amandus Miller in Elgin, Ore., who worked as the city manager in Elgin. Fifty four years ago, the Millers moved to Madras, where he worked as the city manager until his retirement.
Verna worked for the "buy cheap jintropin online" Jefferson County School District 509 J as the lunch program director for over 20 years. She was active in Lady Elks and the TOPS Club. She loved camping, fishing, hunting and playing Bingo. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
Survivors include her sons, Vernon Testosterone Enanthate Liver Miller of Culver, and Glenn Miller of Dufur; daughters, Diana West of Redmond, Thelma Waterman of Madras, and Linda Law of Sandy; 26 plus grandchildren; and numerous great grandchildren; brothers, Lawrence, Dutch and Jonnie Scott; and sisters, Florence Shaffer, Ione Hinze, Mert Eckstein, and Beverly Jacobs.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bud Miller, and two daughters, Phyllis Anne Miller, and Margaret Williams.
A memorial service was held July 15, at Bel Air Colonial Funeral Home in Madras, officiated by Pastor Darrell Sumner. A celebration of life followed at the Madras Elks Lodge. "Oxandrolone Powder India"