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Huston Jost Funeral Home
86 West Grant Street
Lebanon , OR 97355
(541) 258-2123
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Lebanon , OR 97355
(541) 258-2123
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Rachel Amelia McColm Gallagher

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Oregon State University in 1973. She happily taught at Denny Elementary School and later at Sandridge Elementary near Lebanon until her retirement in 1991. After finally retiring, she continued her own education with computer classes and writing workshops. For more than 60 years, Rae was an enthusiastic OSU Beaver supporter, especially of men’s and women’s basketball, football and baseball. A highlight of her 90th birthday party was a visit from Benny Beaver and the OSU cheerleaders! Rae’s love of education and her long-term commitment to daily exercise, especially swimming, have been an inspiration to her family and friends. Rae is survived by her husband Don, now 96; sons Jinx and wife Jan, and Jeff and wife Pam, grandsons Brandon and wife Julie, Cameron and wife Camille, Justin and wife Lara, Tim, and Patrick Gallagher; and great-grandchildren Brooks and Emily. Rae was predeceased by a baby son, Michael, in 1942, and by her daughter, Jill, in 2010. A celebration of Rae’s life is planned for 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Oregon State University Alumni Center. Rae's family would like to give special thanks to Courtney Newman, the Timberhill Place staff, and Benton Hospice Service. Persons wishing to make gifts in Rae’s memory may direct them to their favorite charity. (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Obit: Robert W. Jones - Dover Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Barbara Miller, husband William and daughters Kim and Amy of Hartly, as well as many friends and relatives.Funeral services will be 11am, Thursday, June 28, at Torbert Funeral Chapel South, 1145 East Lebanon Rd., Dover. Friends may call 6-8pm Wednesday evening. Interment will be in Sharon Hills Memorial Park, Dover. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made in his memory to Wesley United Methodist Church, 209 S. State St., Dover, DE 19901. Letters of condolence may be sent and guestbook signed at www.torbertfuneral.com.

Donald E. Immel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
T08:30:00Z Donald E. Immel democratherald.com Nov. 13, 1952 — June 20, 2012 Donald E. Immel, 59, of Lebanon passed away Wednesday at his home. He was born in Lebanon to Gail and Norma Jean (Ridinger) Immel. Don lived in Lebanon his whole life. He graduated from Lebanon Union High School, and in later life attended Linn-Benton Community College and Chemeketa Community College. Don married the love of his life, Connie Cain, in 1999. Together they raised their children. He worked for the Linn Count... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Obit — Glen Ziegenfuss - Daily Ardmoreite

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Ziegenfuss at Greenville, Michigan.He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1956 to serve his country, and was honorably discharged in 1962. Glen married Elvira Into on March 6, 2009, in Lebanon, Missouri.Glen donated his time and money to help build a chapel in the Philippines. He will be remembered for saying “God Is So Good.” Glen was a man who unconditionally loved his wife, children and grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents; son-in-law, Harold Foreman, two children, Linda Townsend and Dewain Townsend; and grandchildren, Reece Foreman and Montana Ziegenfuss.Glen is survived by his wife, Elvira of the home; children, Deborah Lynn Jackson, Kim Gilham, Kathy Townsend, Vickie Foreman, Glenda Stewart and husband, Rocky, Glen Ziegenfuss Jr., Melissa Da...

Times correspondent Anthony Shadid dies in Syria - Newsday

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
He brought to his readers an up-close look at the globe's many war-torn regions, often at great personal risk. We were fortunate to have Anthony as a colleague, and we mourn his death." Lebanon's Prime Minister Najib Mikati wrote on his Twitter account: "Sincere condolences to journalist Anthony Shadid's (RIP) family, friends & New York Times colleagues. I've known and admired him personally. N.M." Shadid's father, Buddy Shadid, told The Associated Press on Thursday his son had asthma all his life and had medication with him. "(But) he was walking to the border because it was too dangerous to ride in the car," the father said. "He was walking behind some horses — he's more allergic to those than anything else — and he had an asthma attack." Shadid, an American of Lebanese descent, had a wife, Nada Bakri, and a son and a daughter. He had worked previously for the AP, The Washington Post and The Boston Globe. He won Pulitzer Prizes for international reporting in 2004 and 2010 when he was with the Post. In 2004, the Pulitzer Board praised "his extraordinary ability to capture, at personal peril, the voices and emotions of Iraqis as their country was invaded, their leader toppled and their way of life upended." Shadid also was the author of three books, including "House of Stone: A Memoir of Home, Family, and a Lost Middle East," in which he wrote about restoring his family's home in Lebanon, forthcoming next month from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. A native of Oklahoma City, Shadid graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He joined the AP in Milwaukee in 1990, worked on the International Desk in New York and served as the AP's news editor in Los Angeles. He was transferred to Cairo in 1995, covering stories in several countries. AP Senior Managing Editor John Daniszewski, who worked with Shadid in Baghdad during the U.

Jack J. Brookins

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Oct. 3, 1953 - Feb. 10, 2012 Jack Jean Brookins, 58, of Albany passed away Friday, Feb. 10, at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital. Jack was born in Salinas, Calif. He spent his early years living in several states and overseas while his father was in the Army. Jack graduated from Middletown High School in 1972. In 1975, he moved to Albany and had lived here ever since. Jack began working in the construction industry at Golden West Homes. He continued on to work at Casey Industrial, KBI and Jeff Kin... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Anthony Shadid, a New York Times Reporter, Dies in Syria

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
American invasion of Iraq and the occupation that followed, and a second Pulitzer in 2010, also for his Iraq reporting. He also was a finalist in 2007 for his coverage of Lebanon, and has been nominated by The Times for his coverage of the Arab Spring uprisings that have transfixed the Middle East for the past year. Mr. Shadid was no stranger to injury, harassment and arrest. In 2002, while working for The Boston Globe, he was shot and wounded in the shoulder while walking on a street in Ramallah, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. During the tumultuous protests in Cairo last year that led to the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, Mr. Shadid was hounded by Mr. Mubarak’s police, and during a police raid, he had to hide the computers used by Times reporters. Mr. Shadid, Mr. Hicks and two other Times journalists, Stephen Farrell and Lynsey Addario, were all arrested by pro-government militias during the conflict in Libya last year and held for more than a week, during which all were physically abused. Their driver, Mohammad Shaglouf, died. In the 2004 citation, the Pulitzer Board praised “his extraordinary ability to capture, at personal peril, the voices and emotions of Iraqis as their country was invaded, their leader toppled and their way of life upended.” In the 2010 citation, the board praised “his rich, beautifully written series on Iraq as the United States departs and its people and leaders struggle to deal with the legacy of war and to shape the nation’s future.” He spoke of the risks he took while reporting in an interview in December with Terry Gross on the NPR program “Fresh Air.”  “I did feel that Syria was so important, and that story wouldn’t be told otherwise, that it was worth taking risks for,” he said of an earlier trip to Syria in which he entered the country from Lebanon on a motorcycle across a rugged stretch of land. Mr. Shadid was a deep-thinking journalist who was not afraid to butt heads with his editors to protect a phrase, scene or quotation that he considered essential to making his point. His final article for The Times, which ran on Feb. 9, was a behind-the-scenes look at the tumultuous situation in Libya, where rival militias had replaced the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. It ran long, at more than 1,600 words, which was typical of Mr. Shadid’s work. It was splashed on the front page of the newspaper and the... (New York Times)

Anthony Shadid, 43, Dies; Reporter in Middle East

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
He was known most recently to Times readers for his clear-eyed coverage of the Arab Spring. For his reporting on that sea change sweeping the region — which included dispatches from Lebanon and Egypt — The Times nominated him, along with a team of his colleagues, for the 2012 Pulitzer in international reporting. (The awards are announced in April.) In its citation accompanying the nomination, The Times wrote: “Steeped in Arab political history but also in its culture, Shadid recognized early on that along with the despots, old habits of fear, passivity and despair were being toppled. He brought a poet’s voice, a deep empathy for the ordinary person and an unmatched authority to his passionate dispatches.” Mr. Shadid’s work entailed great peril. In 2002, as a correspondent for The Globe, he was shot in the shoulder while reporting in Ramallah, in the West Bank. Last March, Mr. Shadid and three other New York Times journalists — Lynsey Addario, Stephen Farrell and Tyler Hicks — were kidnapped in Libya by Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s forces. They were held for six days and beaten before being released. Later that year, as the Syrian authorities denounced him for his coverage and as his family was being stalked by Syrian agents in Lebanon, Mr. Shadid nonetheless stole across the border to interview Syrian protesters who had defied bullets and torture to return to the streets. “He had such a profound and sophisticated understanding of the region,” Martin Baron, the editor of The Boston Globe, for whom Mr. Shadid worked duri... (New York Times)

Margaret ‘Margie’ M. Wall

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Jan. 5, 1927 — Jan. 28, 2011 Margaret “Margie” M. Wall, 85, of Lebanon, the loving wife of Doyle Wall, died Saturday at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital She was born in Leyte, Philippines, the daughter of Edward Helm of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Dionesia (Ybanez) Helm of Castile, Spain. She was raised in the Philippines and worked at Clark Air Force Base where she met Doyle Wall. They were married Nov. 28, 1947, at Clark Air Force Base. The couple settled in I... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Gary Graham

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
March 26, 1953 — Jan. 24, 2012 Gary Graham, 58, of Lebanon died Jan. 24. He was born in Oakridge to Raymond and Marlys (Exe) Graham. He worked for Willamette Industries. Gary was a photographer and loved to take pictures of the rodeo, flowers and waterfalls. He is survived by his ex-wife, Denise Graham of Sweet Home; daughter Jenifer Graham of Salem; brother Doug Graham of Lebanon; sister Lori and husband Michael Cirillo of Sweet Home; and grandda... (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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