|Birth: ||May 5, 1942|
|Death: ||Feb. 14, 2013|
Edith Ann (Rosenquist) Moore, age 70, passed away on Thursday, February 14, 2013, following complications from colon cancer surgery. Edie was most recently living in Salem, although a long time Newberg and McMinnville resident.
Edie was born on May 5, 1942, in Flint, Michigan to John Wesley and Dorothy Dixie (Moore) Traynor. She was raised in North Hollywood, California. She attended UC Santa Barbara before marrying James Rosenquist in 1961. They settled in Berkeley, CA, where they raised their daughters. They later divorced, and Edie moved to McMinnville in 1992 to be near family.
She worked for a variety of employers during her lifetime, to include the Bell Telephone Company, George H. Thompson Advertising, C.A. Communications, Oregon Mennonite Residential Services, Visiting Angels, and Head Start. She also provided respite services and child care for various local families. A constant volunteer, she was active in Girl Scouts with her daughters, American Red Cross instructor, SMART Program, Meals on Wheels, and Church Vestry. She enjoyed an active and varied life that included motorcycle riding, travel, boating, target shooting, ballroom dancing, and cooking. She was a gifted writer who enjoyed sharing her adventures with family and many friends. She was an avid reader and fan of mysteries and her favorite hobby was curling up with a good book.
Edie is survived by her daughters Karen (Garry) Angus of McMinnville, and Jenny Rosenquist of Concord, CA, and her grandchildren Chris Angus, Nora Angus and Alaina Basden. She also leaves behind her fiancÚ, Jerry White, of Salem. Her influence and friendships expand the globe and are too numerous to count. All who knew Edie remember her Irish spunk and the twinkle in her eye.
Created by: J
Record added: May 02, 2013
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