Keizertimes. (Salem, Or.) 1979-current, August 09, 2019, Page PAGE A6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    PAGE A6, KEIZERTIMES, AUGUST 9, 2019
Drop off school supplies
at newspaper’s offi ce
obituaries
Submit an obituary through our website at keizertimes.com or send an email to: editor@keizertimes.com
Charles Wallace Shirley
Aug. 17, at the First Christian
Church, 685 Marion St., NE,
Salem. He will be interned in
the Willamette National Cem-
etery in Portland.
March 8, 1927 – July 25, 2019
Contributions may be made
to the church, Willamette Val-
ley Hospice or charity of your
choice.
The Salem-Keizer Education Foundation (SKEF) is collecting
school supplies to stock the School Supply Depot to assure every
student has the basic tools they need to succeed in class. The Keiz-
ertimes offi ce at 142 Chemawa Road N. is a drop off site.
The School Supply Depot is a resource open to every school,
classroom, student program and child in the district which serves
43,000 students in more than 66 schools. According to SKEF, 70
percent of Salem-Keizer children are considered to being living in
poverty.
The top requested items are composition notebooks, dry erase
pens, scientifi c calculators, baby wipes, colored pencils, facial tissue,
graph paper, notebook paper, scissors, Sharpies and tape. The foun-
dation cannot distribute hand sanitizer to students.
The school supply drive will continue to through Aug. 29. The
Keizertimes offi ce is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Charles “Chuck” Shir- Saint Marie, Mich., where they
ley went to be with the Lord toured the Valley Camp Mu-
peacefully on July 25. He was seum, once a ship, known as
born in Detroit, Mich., on Louis W. Hill, that Chuck sailed
March 8, 1927 and died July on the Great Lakes while in the
July 27, 1947 – July 27, 2019
Merchant Ma-
25, 2019 at his
Judith Davidson Todd, born with the Department of Edu-
rines.
home in Keizer,
July
27, 1947, in Medford, cation. Many years of friend-
Chuck was
Ore., surround-
Ore.,
passed away from lym- ships with wonderful staff,
involved
in
ed by loved
many church- phoma on July 27, 2019, in families and the affection for
ones.
little learners was the joy of her
es, fraternal and Bend, Ore.
Chuck met
purpose-driven
Judi
was
the
service
clubs,
his fi rst wife,
service.
“chosen
child”
and charitable
Marna, in De-
Judi’s great-
and community of Roy and
troit, MI at
est life fulfi ll-
David-
building projects Alice
Highland Park
ment was and
son,
adopted
over the years.
High
School
remained
her
through
the
Chuck will
in June 1943,
much
loved
and
Boy’s
and
Girl’s
be
missed
by
his
when he re-
Charles Wallace Shirley
loving
family
loving wife Patty, Aid and lov-
turned
from
that
includes
ingly
raised
in
Mississippi, to the area where his family, relatives and friends
Jona Laks, a Jewish Ho- of Salem’s Chabad Center for
daughter, Shan-
he had grown up. They planned across the country. He was Portland, Ore.
non Crawford locaust survivor will speak Jewish Life, which is spon-
Judi
was
their church wedding the day dearly loved by everyone. He
(Ron) and son, at Willamette University on soring the event with local
after her high school prom, was preceded in death by son predeceased by
business, said “This is a rare
Patrick
Todd Monday, Aug. 12.
her
parents
and
Judith Davidson Todd
June 10, 1945. After he com- David and daughter Karen and
opportunity to come face to
Laks
was
subject
to
hu-
(Sara)
of
Bend,
brother,
Bill
Da-
pleted his 20-month inducted fi rst wife Marna. He’s survived
man experimentation by face with history.
Ore.
U.S. Army service in Jan. 1947, by his loving wife Patty, grand- vidson.
“Jona is one of 1,500 sets
Judi was so proud to be their Josef Mengele at the Aus-
At her request, there will be
they moved to Rochester, NY. daughter Sharon Lewis-Hahn,
of
twins that were used for
chwitz
concentration
camp.
mother
and
closest
of
friends.
no
services
with
burial
at
Bel-
In early 1951, they moved in Newport, Ore., and grand-
human
experiments,” Perl-
She
and
her
sister
Miriam
Judi
closely
shared
life
with
her
crest
in
Salem.
to Santa Rosa, Calif., with their sons David Hahn and Charles
Judi is best remembered in four beautiful granddaughters, were moved to the camp stein continued.
children, 3-year-old Karen Ann, Hahn in Susanville, Calif., and
Laks will speak at 7 p.m.
Keizer as the founder and di- Siera and Jayda Crawford and after Mengele realized they
and 1-year-old David Charles. seven great grandchildren.
at
Smith Auditorium on the
were
twins.
They
were
both
Rylee
and
Reegan
Todd.
rector
of
Keizer
Happy
Days,
A Celebration of Life will
That was the beginning of a
Willamette
University cam-
experimented
on
until
their
Judi’s
most
treasured
“Kind-
a
private
preschool
registered
wonderful 40 year stay in the be held at 11 a.m., Saturday,
er-garden” were the moments liberation.After World War II pus. Ticket prices are $25
central California area. Chuck’s
she shared with her grand- Ms. Laks founded the Orga- per person and are available
start in banking led them from
at
jewishsalem.com/large-
daughters from their fi rst mo- nization of Mengele Twins.
Santa Rosa, to Napa and Sea-
event.
Rabbi
Avrohom
Perlstein
ments
-
to
her
last.
side (Monterey Peninsula area).
In 1974, they bought a block
in an old mining town in Coul-
terville, Calif., near Yosemi-
te National Park. Chuck was
M emorial C enters ◆ C remation & B urial
hired as Mariposa County As-
sessor’s Offi ce north side prop-
Simplicity - Convenience - Low Cost
erty tax appraiser and spent 13
years there until his retirement
in 1990. Chuck served as a vol-
unteer fi refi ghter from 1974
simple ◆
to 1991 and was recognized
cremation
in 2000 for his work with the
Coulterville Fire Brigade.
simple direct ◆
Over the years of marriage,
burial
Marna and Chuck visited all 50
states of the country and spent
traditional ◆
two weeks sailing the warm
waters of the Virgin Islands. Af-
funeral
ter retirement, they celebrated
their 50th anniversary on a 14-
day, eight country, tour of West-
Salem
Portland
Eastside
275 Lancaster Dr. SE
832 NE Broadway
1433 SE 122nd Ave.
ern Europe.
Salem, OR 97317
Portland, OR 97232
Portland, OR 97233
Chuck met his 2nd wife
(503) 581-6265
(503) 783-3393
(503) 783-6865
Patricia “Patty” Shirley (Beard)
in 2012 in Keizer. They were
Tualatin
Tigard
Milwaukie
married July 22, 2014, in a small
8970 SW Tualatin
12995 SW Pacifi c Hwy 16475 SE McLoughlin Blvd.
Sherwood Rd.
Tigard, OR 97223
Milwaukie, OR 97267
ceremony with good friends in
Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 783-6869
(503) 653-7076
Reno, Nevada.
(503) 885 -7800
Q. I heard about China’s ban on recycling.
Chuck was an avid bowl-
er from age 16. Patty shared
What IS recyclable now?
Chuck’s love of bowling and
“Easy Online Arrangements”
A. Be very careful to only recycle the things on your hauler’s approved list.
they met many great friends
PLASTIC BAGS, STYROFOAM, AND WAXY CARTONS WERE NEVER RECYCLABLE!
while bowling together. They
CrownMemorialBurial.com
PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING GOOD RECYCLABLES EMPTY, CLEAN AND DRY:
took many trips and traveled
Privately Owned Cremation Facility
• Cardboard and uncoated greyboard boxes (Shipping & cereal type). No frozen food boxes!
across country on more than
• Print-quality paper - newspaper, junk & office paper, and magazines;
Family Owned – Family Focused
one occasion. In 2012, Chuck
• Tin & Aluminum Cans Only - NO foil, trays, or scrap metal;
and Patty traveled to Sault
• Plastic Bottles and Jugs Only - NO bags, tubs, clamshells, bubble Pak, or other plastics.
Judith Davidson Todd
Holocaust survivor
speaks at Willamette U.
puzzle answers
$595
$895
$2965
©1986
ASK MR. TRASH
KEIZER CLASSIFIEDS
YARD SALE
SERVICES
SERVICES
Friday, Aug 9 thru Sunday, August
11, 8 am to 4 pm, 1771 Stonehedge
Dr N, Keizer. 2014 Fourwinds
motorhome, storage unit items, tons
of miscellaneous, some furniture,
and lots more.
0809
Frontier Communications Internet
Bundles. Serious Speed! Serious
Value! Broadband Max - $19.99/
mo or Broadband Ultra - $67.97/mo.
Both Include FREE Wi Fi Router. CALL
For Details! - 1-855-972-6641. ONAC
DISH Network $59.99 For 190
Channels! Add High Speed Internet
for ONLY $14.95/month. Best
Technology. Best Value. Smart HD
DVR Included. FREE Installation.
Some restrictions apply. Call 1-866-
373-9175.
ONAC
SERVICES
DENTAL INSURANCE. Call Physicians
Mutual Insurance Company for
details. NOT just a discount plan,
REAL coverage for 350 procedures.
844-239-9335 or http://www.
dental50plus.com/25 Ad# 6118. ONAC
Get DIRECTV! ONLY $35/month! 155
Channels & 1000s of Shows/Movies
On Demand (w/SELECT All Included
Package.) PLUS Stream on Up to FIVE
Screens Simultaneously at No Addt?l
Cost. Call DIRECTV 1-855-502-2578.
ONAC
Stay in your home longer with
an American Standard Walk-In
Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off,
including a free toilet, and a lifetime
warranty on the tub and installation!
Call us at 1-888-986-4285.
ONAC
Earthlink High Speed Internet. As
Low As $14.95/month (for the fi rst 3
months.) Reliable High Speed Fiber
Optic Technology. Stream Videos,
Music and More! Call Earthlink
Today 1-855-977-9436.
ONAC
Western Exterminator: providing
pest control solutions since 1921.
Protect your home from termites,
ants, spiders, fl eas, roaches and
more—365 days a year! Call
1-877-234-2178 to schedule your
FREE Pest Inspection.
ONAC
Medical-Grade HEARING AIDS for
LESS THAN $200! FDA-Registered.
Crisp, clear sound, state of-the-art
features & no audiologist needed.
Try it RISK FREE for 45 Days! CALL
1-866-799-5056.
ONAC
DIRECTV NOW. No Satellite Needed.
$40/month. 65 Channels. Stream
Breaking News, Live Events, Sports
& On Demand Titles. No Annual
Contract. No Commitment. CALL
1-844-269-0236.
ONAC
Get a SMARTPHONE for $0 DOWN*
with AT&T Next® and AT&T Next
Every Year #8480 1) Pick Your New
Phone. 2) Pick Your Plan. (*Req`s
well-qualifi ed credit. Limits & restr`s
apply.) CALL 1-855-593-4474. ONAC
DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR
BOAT TO HERITAGE FOR THE BLIND.
Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deductible,
Free Towing, All Paperwork Taken
Care Of. CALL 1-844-533-9173.
ONAC
Financial Benefi ts for those facing
serious illness. You may qualify for a
Living Benefi t Loan today (up to 50
percent of your Life Insurance Policy
Death Benefi t.) Free Information.
CALL 1-855-284-5304.
ONAC
Craftmatic Adjustable Beds for less!
Up to 50% Off Leading Competitors.
#1 Rated Adjustable Bed. Trusted
Over 40 Years. All Mattress Types
Available. Shop by Phone and SAVE!
CALL 1-877-808-3466.
ONAC
A PLACE FOR MOM. The nation’s
largest senior living referral service.
Contact our trusted, local experts
today! Our service is FREE/no
obligation. CALL 1-888-651-5669.
ONAC
Become a Published Author. We
want to Read Your Book! Dorrance
Publishing-Trusted by Authors
Since 1920. Book manuscript
submissions currently being
reviewed. Comprehensive Services:
Consultation, Production, Promotion
and Distribution. Call for Your Free
Author`s Guide 1-844-803-4427 or
visit http://dorranceinfo.com/Oregon.
ONAC
Applying for Social Security Disability
or Appealing a Denied Claim? Call
Bill Gordon & Assoc., Social Security
Disability Attorneys, 1-855-548-
1237! FREE Consultations. Local
Attorneys Nationwide [Mail: 2420
N St NW, Washington DC. Offi ce:
Broward Co. FL (TX/NM Bar.)].. ONAC
MISCELLANEOUS
GOT AN OLDER CAR, VAN OR SUV?
Do the humane thing. Donate it to
the Humane Society. Call 1-877-
246-1527.
ONAC
DONATE YOUR CAR FOR BREAST
CANCER!
Help United Breast
Foundation education, prevention,
& support programs. FAST FREE
PICKUP - 24 HR RESPONSE - TAX
DEDUCTION 1-855-252-2579. ONAC
NEWS TIPS?
If it's happening in Keizer,
or someone from Keizer —
WE WANT TO KNOW.
kt@keizertimes.com
Serving Keizer for Nearly 50 years!
LOREN'S
VA L L E Y
SANITATION & RECYCLING SERVICE, INC.
RECYCLING & DISPOSAL, INC.
503.393.2262
503.585.4300