Appeal tribune. (Silverton, Or.) 1999-current, August 12, 2020, Page 6, Image 6

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Semi-annual restaurant inspections
from July 2 to July 16.
22 Below
Location: 4155 Rickey St. SE, Suite
126, Salem
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Alibi Inn
Location: 590 Taggart Drive NW,
Suite 130, Salem
Date: July 15
Score: 100
No priority violations
drinking, specifically: Observed em-
ployee beverage container without
straw, lid, handle. Point deduction: 3.
i Temperature measuring devices
are not provided or readily accessible
for checking food temperatures, specifi-
cally: Probe thermometer not available
in facility. Point deduction: 3.
Brew Coffee and Tap House
Location: 211 S Main St., Independ-
Date: July 16
Score: 95
Priority violations
i Food employees are not washing
their hands as often as necessary, spe-
cifically: Food handler did not wash his
hands after arriving to work. Point de-
duction: 5.
Archive Coffee & Bar
This is a snapshot of the inspections conducted by the Marion and Polk County
health departments.
Twice annually, licensed restaurants receive unannounced inspections that focus
on food temperatures, food preparation practices, worker hygiene, dish-washing
and sanitizing, and equipment and facility cleanliness.
Violations: Restaurant scores are based on a 100-point scale. Priority violations
deduct 5 points, and priority foundation violations deduct 3 points. Violations
recorded on consecutive inspections result in point deductions being doubled.
Scoring: Scores of 70 or higher are considered compliant. Restaurants scoring
below 70 must be re-inspected within 30 days or face closure or other
administrative action. Restaurants display a placard by the entrance to indicate
whether they have passed their last inspection.
Date: July 13
Score: 100
No priority violations
Date: July 15
Score: 100
No priority violations
Burger Time Restaurant
Location: 102 Liberty St. NE, Suite
120, Salem
Date: July 13
Score: 100
No priority violations
Baskin Robbins
Loco Ono BBQ
Jack in the Box
Location: 450 N Main St., Mt. Angel
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 1124 Wallace Road NW, Sa-
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 615 E Main St., Monmouth
Date: July 16
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 1940 Lancaster Drive NE,
Date: July 14
Score: 97
Priority violations
i Hand towels or a hand drying de-
vice is not provided at the handwashing
sink, specifically: No paper towels at
kitchen hand sink. Point deduction: 3.
Java Crew
Chase Bar & Grill
Bento Box
Location: 3284 Lancaster Drive NE,
Suite A, Salem
Date: July 16
Score: 94
Priority violations
i Food employees eat, drink or use
tobacco in unapproved areas or use an
inappropriate beverage container for
Location: 1083 Monmouth St., Inde-
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 779 Wallace Road NW, Sa-
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 402 McClaine St., Silver-
ton (mobile unit)
Date: July 14
Score: 100
No priority violations
Location: 227 E Ellendale Ave., Dal-
Date: July 13
Score: 95
Priority violations
i Potentially hazardous food is not
maintained at proper hot or cold holding
temperatures, specifically: Sliced toma-
toes in the salad refrigerator are at 46°F;
temperature of the spirit thermometer
in the refrigerator unit is close to 50°F -
not working. Point deduction: 5.
Dairy Queen
Location: 525 Taggart Drive NW,
Suite 130, Salem
Beverly Mae Dempsey
Donald Wada
MT ANGEL - Donald Kazuo Wada passed away
peacefully in his sleep on July 23rd, 2020 at his home
in Mt. Angel, OR. Don was born on Christmas Eve
in 1943 at the Gila River Japanese Internment Camp
in Arizona to Robert and Teiko Wada. Upon his
family’s release, they returned to the Bay Area where
they started their life again in Mountain View, CA.
Don was an accomplished Little League pitcher as a
boy in Mountain View where he relied on a screw-
ball to carry him to several no-hitters. It was at this
age that Don became a devoted and life-long San
Francisco 49ers and Giants fan. He continued to
play baseball and basketball on his way to earning his diploma at Mountain
View High School. After high school, Don enlisted in the United States Ma-
rine Corps Reserves, where he served honorably for two years. Don utilized
his artistic talents as a professional florist in San Jose, CA. It was during
this time that Don married his first wife, Donna, who gave birth to his two
beloved daughters, Megan and Meredith. After suffering catastrophic vision
problems that nearly left him blind, he was forced to retire as a florist and
begin a new career. Along with his second wife, Karen, he built a very suc-
cessful local landscape and gardening business from scratch, starting with a
lawnmower he received from his father. Don was an avid golfer during this
time where his long drives were on display at the many courses he frequented
in San Jose and on the Monterey Peninsula, including Pebble Beach. After
a successful second career, Don sold his business and retired to Mt Angel,
OR to be closer to his daughters and his grandchildren. It was there that
he once again built a rich and full life for himself. Don was a pillar of the
Edelweiss Village community where his generosity was only exceeded by his
friendliness. His passion for giving back to his Mt. Angel community was on
full display through his volunteer work with the St. Joseph Shelter Mission
Benedict, the Providence Benedictine Nursing Center, and the Mt. Angel
Senior Center, where his sense of humor and charm brightened the days
of employees and patrons alike. In 2011, his extensive volunteer work was
recognized when he was honored with the Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce
Volunteer of the Year award. The greatest passion of his life was showering
those he loved with his unmatched generosity. There were no greater objects
of this generosity than his two daughters and five grandchildren. His love
for them and pride in them had no limits, as anyone who knew him can
attest. Don faced all that his very full life had to offer, both the joys and the
challenges, with the same light-hearted warmth and marginally appropriate
sense of humor that all who knew him came to cherish. His compassion
and generosity will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of having
him in their life. There were few people he didn’t like, fewer still who didn’t
like him, and none for whom he held no place in his heart. The bright light
that was Don may have faded away but it will continue to be reflected in
the many people who shine more brightly because they knew him. Don is
survived by his mother, Teiko, his sisters, Ellen Phillips and Elaine Snoeck,
his daughters, Megan Kaplan and Meredith Eggert, his sons-in-law, Dan
Kaplan and Matt Eggert, and his grandchildren, Sophia, Nathaniel and
Ruby Kaplan, and Owen and Audrey Eggert. He was preceded in death by
his father, Robert. The family plans to hold a Celebration of Life gathering
for all who wish to attend once that can be done safely. This will likely be
held next summer. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Mt. Angel Senior
Center and the St. Joseph Shelter Mission Benedict are greatly appreciated.
Arrangements are by Unger Funeral Chapel.
SALEM - Beverly Mae Dempsey died peacefully at
home with family at her side on July 17, 2020. She
was a compassionate and caring person throughout
her life as seen in her years of nursing, her generosity
in giving and her love and care of her family was a
life well lived. Beverly was born on February 24, 1920
in Washington D.C. to Major Harry A. White and
Gertrude Dake White. Her family lived in several
cities including a city in Virginia, Chicago and San
Francisco while her father served in the military.
When Beverly was seven years old and her brother
Harry was six years old, their mother Gertrude died
after a brief illness. Her father subsequently married Kathleen Lagorio. The
family finally settled in Yreka, Ca. upon her father’s retirement from the
military where 2 brothers and a sister (Creighton, Glenn and Gail) were
added to the family. Beverly graduated from Yreka High School in 1938 and
attended college in San Jose, Ca. for one year before transferring to Children’s
Hospital of San Francisco where she studied to be a Registered Nurse. Upon
her graduation in 1942, she enlisted in the Army and served her country
as an Army Nurse during World War II. Beverly was stationed in England
at the 34th General Hospital where she met her future husband, James M.
Dempsey (Jim). At the end of the war, she and her husband settled in Jim’s
hometown, Bayonne, N.J., where they raised five children. Beverly continued
her nursing career at Bayonne Hospital, first as a Private Duty Nurse and
then as a staff nurse, working primarily in the ICU of the hospital. After her
husband’s death in 1976, Beverly moved to North Bend, Oregon and worked
at Bay Area Hospital in Coos Bay, Or. A few years later, Beverly moved to
Scotts Mills, Or. and then Salem, Or. Upon moving from the coast, Beverly
worked at Silverton Hospital in Silverton, Or. from which she retired at the
age of 75 in 1995. Surviving Beverly are her five children, Patrice C. Petsu,
James M. Dempsey, Christine P. Dempsey, Mark F. Dempsey and his wife
Denise, and Glen M. Dempsey and his wife Maureen; her grandchildren
Jennifer P. Petsu, Kevin G. Petsu and his wife Angie, Jonathan J. Petsu and
his wife Addie, Evin Dempsey and his wife Christa, Lauren Kawka and her
partner Theodore Klick, Caitlyn Dempsey and her partner Greg Teushner,
and Conor Dempsey and his fiancé Heather Meade; her great grandchildren
Michael, Alex and Mark Kawka, Wyatt and Avrie Petsu, Luke Petsu, Penelope
Petsu, and Miles and Emmet Dempsey-Teushner. Beverly is also survived
by her brother Creighten White and her former son-in-law and good friend
George Petsu. Beverly is predeceased by her brothers Lt. Col. Harry A. White,
Jr. and Glenn White, and by her sister Gail Cussack. Assisting the family is
Unger Funeral Chapel - Silverton
Simple Cremation $795
Simple Direct Burial $995
Church Funeral $2965
275 Lancaster Drive SE
(503) 581-6265
8970 SW Tualatin Sherwood Rd
(503) 885-7800
832 NE Broadway
(503) 783-3393
12995 SW Pacifi c Hwy
(503) 783-6869
1433 SE 122nd Ave
(503) 783-6865
16475 SE McLoughlin Blvd
(503) 653-7076
Privately owned cremation facility. A Family Owned Oregon Business.
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