|Thomas White (#46999163)|
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FYI - added obituary to her memorial page
|Barbara Samans||RE: BOONE FAMILY|
Hi again Thomas I have looked at Alphonso's find a grave site and can not see where that Victoria name is?? HMMM I went here:
Find A Grave Memorial# 30209570..Do you have a find a grave number where I might have sent the info to you about her? I am lost. Maybe I took her off? Not sure..Which site was my message referring to do you know?
|Doris Parry||Melissa A. Norris|
Are you related to the Norris family? Melissa A. Norris was my great grand mother. She was born in 1851, not 1881. Thank you for all that you do.
|R Fisher||Hester Jane White|
I am related to Hester Jane White, wife of Joseph D. White, through her father. Do you have any info about him or the family? THank you.
Added by R Fisher on Jul 22, 2012 4:43 PM
|YEE||Elizabeth Harlow - Charles Emmett White|
Please give sponsorship of Alfred White, Elizabeth Harlow and ALL THEIR CHILDREN,because this is my line and I would like to LINK Them.Is my gr gr grandfather & gr gr grandmother.
Also I would like all sponsorship of Charles Emmett White & Amelia Walker-White and ALL THEIR CHILDREN...because he is my gr grandfather.
This is MY LINE.
Added by YEE on Apr 19, 2011 9:38 AM
Would you please add the obituary to her memorial:
Herald and News, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003
Donna R. Bechen, 63, died Nov. 14, 2003, in Klamath Falls. Cause of death was not provided.
Mrs. Bechen was born Oct. 3, 1940, in Klamath Falls to Henry ad Marguerite Woyak. She was married April 17, 1971, in Klamath Falls to William "Bill" Shive Bechen.
Mrs. Bechen was a 1958 graduate of klamath Union High School, and thereafter moved to Eugene to attend a beauty college.
In 1962, she returned to Klamath Falls and began working for the Klamath Falls Police Department. She was a member of Reames Golf and Country Club where she served on the board of directors and as president of the Womens' Auxiliary. She was also an accomplished golfer, winning numerous awards. And she was a member of the Thursday Girls.
Mrs. Bechen enjoyed crafting, sewing, and catering to small dogs. She was also an avid reader.
Survivors include her husband; her chlidren and their spouses, Denise Culpepper and Joe Long of Hood River, Raylene and Ken Hickson of Cleveland, Tenn., Tammy and Del Abbott of Redmond, Bill and Cathy Bechen of Eugene; her grandchildren, Michael, Kaitlyn and Steven Culpepper, Benjamin, Melissa and Becky Hickson, Tanner, Cole and Ty Abbott, and Carley, Emily and Sarah Bechen, her sister Eloise; along with numerous nieces and nephews and LadBug.
Contributed by Jeanie Sawyer.
Added by J on Jun 12, 2010 5:48 AM
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