Portland Obituaries

Portland Obituaries

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  • Friday Jul 22 | via OregonLive.com 

    Inside Portland's gang world: The funeral home

    Unless someone dies, the stories tend to be forgotten by the end of the daily news cycle. In the news business, they're called briefs.

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  • Saturday Jul 16 | via Observer 

    Joseph T. Boltz

    Joe passed away on July 1, 2016 at the age of 71, surrounded by members of his family and three close friends . He is survived by his life partner and love, Kathleen "Kate" McIntee, daughter Tara Boltz, Step Daughters Alison Maloney and Victoria Craft.

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  • Wednesday Jul 13 | via Observer 

    Joseph T. Boltz

    Joe passed away on July 1, 2016 at the age of 71, surrounded by members of his family and three close friends . He is survived by his life partner and love, Kathleen "Kate" McIntee, daughter Tara Boltz, Step Daughters Alison Maloney and Victoria Craft.

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  • Sunday Jul 10 | via Business Journal 

    Don Waggoner, Leupold & Stevens exec and 'Bottle...

    The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of American City Business Journals. A man who played a big role in engineering one of the country's most innovative environmental measures has died.

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  • Sunday Jul 10 | via OregonLive.com 

    Environmental activist, man behind Oregon Bottle Bil...

    As a husband, businessman, volunteer and activist, Don Waggoner was renowned for his broad range of work -- from pioneering the nation's first "bottle bill" to saving a community center in Northeast Portland. But his friends, colleagues and loved ones say that his generosity and modesty will be remembered above all else.

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  • Monday Jul 4 | via Lincoln County News 

    Obituaries

    Kathleen Waltz, 77, of Jefferson, passed away the morning of July 13 at home. A full obituary will be in next week's edition of The Lincoln County News.

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  • Sunday Jun 26 | via The News-Review 

    George C Findling

    George was born in Compton, CA, and came to Oregon at six weeks of age. He attended Abernathy Grade School, Benson High School and Vanport College .

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  • Sunday Jun 26 | via Lincoln County News 

    Obituaries

    Louise M. Baird, 85, of Alna, passed away at Maine Medical Center in Portland on June 23 after a long illness. Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Raymond Andrew Rawley, 84, passed away at The Sussman House on the Pen Bay Campus in Rockport on July 3. Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Carroll F. Schroeder Jr., 82, of Newcastle, passed away on the morning of June 27 at the Gregory Wing in Boothbay Harbor.

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  • Jun 24, 2016 | via OregonLive.com 

    Earle M. Chiles, Portland businessman and philanthro...

    Earle M. Chiles, 83, died on Thursday after a long illness. During his lifetime, he donated millions of dollars to higher education and medical research.

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  • Jun 24, 2016 | via The Oregonian 

    Earle M. Chiles, longtime Portland Pilots supporter,...

    Earle M. Chiles, a member of the University of Portland's Board of Regents since 1975, died Thursday following a long illness. Chiles, 83, provided the main donation to build Chiles Center, named after his parents Earle A. and Virginia H. and the prominent athletic building on the UP campus.

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  • Jun 17, 2016 | via Dorsetecho.co.uk 

    Members of the Dorset Submariners Association gather...

    VETERANS have honoured the memory of those who died in one of Britain's worst peacetime submarine disasters at a ceremony on Portland . Two survivors of the catastrophe that sunk the HMS Sidon on June 16 1955 came to the annual ceremony held at Portland Heights yesterday.

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  • Mar 30, 2016 | via Willamette Week 

    Stu Sugarman, Crusading Defense Attorney for Portlan...

    When eco-activist Tre Arrow famously climbed to a ledge on the U.S. Forest Service building in downtown Portland in 2000, he was protesting logging in the Mount Hood National Forest. When Sara Graham, one of Portland's Seriously Pissed-Off Grannies, threw herself in front of a tank during the 2007 Grand Floral Parade of the Portland Rose Festival, she was protesting U.S. militarism.

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