Murder at Willow Slough: or, The Caregiver

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Josephine was a very giving woman, and often would give things to those in need, not thinking of herself. Josephine was preceded in death by her parents, foster parents, and sister Sissy. Josephine is survived by her husband, Shiloh; son, Timothy, and his children, Kailey and Patrick; and son Patrick his wife Tayaka, and their children, Rebekah, Joel, Jonathan, and Hannah; siblings, Charles and Charlene; and niece Desiree. They started and ran a successful business in the sanitation and waste management industry.

She was preceded in death by her husband, and her son, Wes Minter. Private inurnment will be at City View Cemetery. Arrangements by City View. Born September 22, to Russ and Vi Hicks.

He was a huge help to his dad, whether it was milking cows, planting crops, bailing hay or all the other needs on a large dairy. He graduated high school from Salem Academy where he met Judy, his wife to be. Greg and Judy had 2 daughters, Jennifer and Christina. Greg felt a huge calling to be a pastor early on in his life. Greg loved the Lord with all his might, serving in churches in Florida, Western Washington, and Alaska. Greg ministered in any way he could at his churches, always reaching out to families outside of his church, showing compassion and witnessing his love of Jesus to all.

Greg had a wonderful voice and ministered with music every chance he had. He belonged to Salem Singers, and was in several quartets singing about his Lord. Then when he became very ill and was hospitalized for several months.

The doctors and nurses gave him no chance of survival. Then when his Church family and his own family started to pray, the doctors said it was a miracle he survived.

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His wife Judy spent countless weeks with Greg, staying by his side at the hospital. She was a blessing to him. His father passed away this last June and we know they are together with 2 of his sisters, Valarie and Lori Sue. We will truly miss our Greg. His love for our Lord was unmeasurable. His love for his family, his church, and the hundreds of people he witnessed was also unmeasurable. But we know we will see him again in Heaven. Glory be to God. Greg is survived by his wife, Judy; daughters Jennifer, granddaughters, Brianna Husband Matt , Savannah; Christina husband Hunter , granddaughter Emma and grandson Joshua; mother Vi, and sister Patti husband Mitch and all the nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

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NE, Salem, OR Arrangements are by City View Funeral Home. Janet Loraine Wise Janet Wise, 84, loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister, passed away peacefully on October 4, , in Salem, Oregon. She married Ralph Wise on October 21, and had 3 children. She had worked many jobs throughout her life and with her husband ran Wise Janitorial Service for many years.

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In the last 17 years she worked as a caregiver and continued to work in this field until she passed. In the last few years she would spend 1 Saturday a month and help feed the homeless. Mom had a very caring heart and everyone she came in contact with experienced the love she had for life, Jesus and all humanity. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and son, Roy Stallsworth.

She is survived by her 2 daughters, Cynthia Peterson and Michelle Barlow, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren, and her 3 sisters, Doris, Jeanette, and Cathy. Our hearts are heavy with the loss of our Mother, Sister and Friend to all, but know she is in Heaven, which she often called home.

She will be buried with her loving husband at Willamette National Cemetery Portland. Margaret R Hanson passed away on Sept 25, at the age of After Lee passed away in , Margaret remained on the farm where she raised their children.

She was passionate about her horses and owned many over the years and always fostered an independent spirit and appreciation for the outdoors. She frequently wandered around the property with a cup coffee in her hand and enjoying her horses. Margaret was also an extremely compassionate caregiver, working at Salem Hospital for over 20 years, later as private caregiver, and then as a veterinary clinic assistant.

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In her 92 years of life she had no shortage of witty remarks and considered everyone her friend. She was gifted with 10 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Lamont Miller passed away at home with all his family with him. He loved his job of 20 years at Turner Caliber Lumber. He became part of their family too. He loved working and making a lot with all kinds of wood.

Lamont enjoyed fishing and camping with his family. Celebration of Life is on Oct. Any donation can go to City View Funeral Home or directly to the family.

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On Thursday, September 19, , Katherine Klotz, wife and mother of 2, passed away at age Kathy grew up with an older brother Dick, and a younger sister, Joanne. During World War 2, she and her siblings helped their parents raise chickens to provide eggs to help with the war effort. Later, she would work in the cannery, and in April of , she married her High School sweetheart, Max Klotz. After a brief period working for an insurance company, Kathy chose to devote her time to being a stay-at-home mother. Together, Kathy and Max raised two sons, Sheldon and Steven.

Kathy was an avid traveler and gardener and lover of wildlife. Every year, Kathy would make sure to have a garden full of colorful and fragrant flowers, as well as fruits and vegetables from pears and apples to asparagus, tomatoes, onions, blueberries, strawberries and more. Every day, Kathy also made sure that her hummingbird feeder was full, so that the local hummingbirds, which came by several times a day year-round, would have food.

Kathy was preceded in death by her father, Louis, her mother Katie, and her son Sheldon. She is survived by her husband Max, and her son, Steven. She went to be with her Savior Sept 19, after a short battle with kidney disease. She was married to Charlie W Adams until his death. Dottie loved bingo, dogs of any kind and chatting with people. She had many friends she liked to visit with and she enjoyed eating out.

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She was quite active until she beame ill. She will be truly missed by all the lives she touched. New York NY or via internet at kidney. She was the 2nd of three children. During her middle school years, the family moved to Salem, Oregon, where Cindy lived the remainder of her life. Cindy enjoyed spending time with her family, listening to her dad play the accordion, and snuggling with her three Jack Russell Terriers.

Cindy always greeted everyone with a hug and a huge smile on her face, despite the health struggles she endured during her life. She was greeted by the Lord welcoming her into Heaven for Eternal Life. Cindy is survived by her husband of 15 years, Bob Anderson, who was by her side until the day she died. A private Celebration of Life will be held at a future time. Fred Ehrlich passed away in his home on September 18, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.

Fred met the love of his life, Oleata Davis at the local movie theatre where they both worked in Klamath Falls while he was attending school. Fred and Oleata married and moved to Salem in where he began his career as an auto mechanic for Loder Brothers, which eventually, through several ownership changes became Delon Auto Center, from where he retired.

During his career as an auto mechanic, Fred also moonlighted at the Hollywood Theater, Capital Theater and North Salem drive-in, running the movie projectors. He also ran the spotlights at the Oregon State Fair for the entertainment following the horse races. Fred was an active member of the Salem Elks Lodge , serving as their Exalted Ruler in through Fred always had a love and a fascination for airplanes, and after retirement enjoyed volunteering at the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum helping restore antique airplanes.

Fred and Oleata also enjoyed occasional trips to Reno and all of the Oregon Casinos.

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They also continued to be active with the Salem Elks Lodge. The family would like to thank Willamette Valley Hospice for their loving care of Fred and help to the family for the last month. SE in Salem. She was the youngest of eleven children and had a bountiful curl on top of her head. She received Jesus Christ as her Savior at a young age and dedicated her life to serving the Lord and ministering to people. Barb met Ronald Gary Freshour while attending Biola and snuck her hand into his while out on an evening stroll.