St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, October 16, 2015, Page Page 6, Image 6

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    Page 6 * The St. Johns Review * #21 OCT. 16, 2015
Email: * Mail: PO Box 83068, Port. OR 97283 * Web: * Phone: 503-283-5086
Betty E. Sessler
1. Thin piece of wood or metal
6. Sleep in a convenient place
10. Mother
14. Not tight
15. Cain’s brother
16. Weightlifters pump this
17. Nimble
18. Hawkeye State
19. Satisfy
20. Evil
22. Team
23. Old World vine
24. Delicacy
26. Black Sea port
30. Angler’s basket
32. Circumference
33. Sandglass
37. Anger
38. Burdened
39. Away from the wind
40. Stetched
42. ___ alia
43. Rubber wheels
44. No particular person
45. G-string
47. 54 in Roman numerals
48. A swinging barrier
49. Appraisal
56. Decorative case
57. Lampblack
58. Vernacular
59. Plateau
60. Audible exhale
61. Annoyed
62. Biblical garden
63. If not
64. Units of medicine
1. Close violently
2. Roman robe
3. Agitate
4. Small island
5. Cranky
6. Every day
7. Double-reed woodwind
8. Stitched
9. Streetwalker
10. Assortment
11. A kind of macaw
12. Sacred song
13. Again
21. Egg cells
25. Regulation (abbrev.)
26. Monster
27. Found on rotary phones
28. Therefore
29. Loud
30. Cyphers
31. Regretted
33. Despise
34. Countertenor
35. Observed
36. Arid
38. Generous gifts
41. Martini ingredient
42. Handicap
Jan 7, 1931 – Sept 24, 2015
Betty was born in Ontario, OR
and was the only daughter of Char-
lie & Florence Pierce. She had
three brothers, now all deceased,
Robert (Bob) Pierce, William
(Bill) Pierce, and Gary Pierce.
She is survived by her adoring
husband Ronald (Bud) Sessler, her
loving children, Kenneth Sessler
of Troutdale, OR, Daniel Sessler,
of Bellingham, WA, Shelley Allar
of Portland, OR, Timothy Sessler
of Battleground, WA. Also, four
grandchildren, Jessica Alesso, of
Erie, PA, Kenny Sessler, Heather
Sessler and Katie Sessler of Port-
land, OR, and one great grand-
child Daniel Alesso.
Betty attended Burns Union
High School, in Burns, OR. She
worked nights as a telephone op-
erator while she attended school,
to help her parents and three
younger brothers. She graduated
BUHS in 1949.
After high school, she worked
in a few retail establishments in
Burns, where she became well
know and liked by many in the
Betty met the love of her life,
Ronald (Bud) Sessler, and they
married July 4, 1954. Betty & Bud
lived in Burns, OR until 1967,
when they moved to Portland, OR.
Betty was a stay at home Mom,
until her children were in school
full-time. She returned to the
working world, and worked for
many years in auto parts, ac-
44. Ambition
45. Lugged
46. Home
47. Flexible
48. A territorial unit of Greece
50. Dirt
51. Clothing
52. Novice
53. Writing fluids
54. Curved molding
55. Gestures of assent
Answers on Page 2
counting in the logging equipment
industry, and retired as a parts
manager for a construction small
equipment distributor. Most of
all, Betty was a wonderful wife
and mother to her family. She was
a mother of four, but a “mom” to
countless others over the years.
She was one of the most loving,
giving, and gentle women this
earth has ever known, and words
cannot express how much she will
be missed.
FloraJean Bonnin
Sept 3, 1940 - Sept 20, 2015
FloraJean Marie Bonnin passed
away on September 20, 2015 in
Vancouver, Washington. She was
born in Portland Oregon on Sep-
tember 3, 1940 to Nicholas and
Patricia Vetter. She was raised in
Portland and attended The Holy
Cross Catholic School and Girls
Polytechnic High School. Af-
ter High School she worked as a
teacher’s aide at John Ball Ele-
mentary and later worked at the
Interstate Fred Meyer store as an
Apparel clerk for over 18 years.
She retired in 2008.
FloraJean enjoyed being a home-
maker as well as blanket making
and baking. She is survived by
her husband, Ward; Her Sons:
Kevin, Kirk and Kelly Bonnin
and Daughter, K’Lynn Skoko;
Siblings: George Vetter, Patty Eg-
ner, Carl Vetter and Mary Frances
Werbin; Grandchildren: Bobbi Jo,
Stacy, Shawna, Shane, Elisa, Brit-
tany, Connor, Katie, Ward, three
step-grandchildren and numerous
great grandchildren.
A rosary will be held at 11:00
AM on Saturday, October 17, 2015
at Holy Cross Catholic Church,
5227 N. Bowdoin Street in Port-
land, followed by a Memorial
Mass at 11:45 AM and concluding
with a Celebration of Life Party in
the Church Hall afterward.
Arrangements by Hustad Funer-
al Home.
A diamond celebration
Walter Sr. and Doris Scott are
celebrating 60 years of marriage
on October 15, 2015 and 50 years
in ministry as well.
They are retirees of their own
business, Scott’s Masonry and the
proud parents of 10 children, 36
grandchildren, 35 great-grandchil-
dren and three great great grand-
children. They have had the oppor-
tunity to travel to Canada, the U.S.
Virgin Island, South Korea, Japan,
and Israel, just to name a few.
They moved to Portland in the
early 1970’s. Walter Sr. has pa-
1967 and was
Apostle in 2001
the office of
Bishop for over
30 years, and
is to this day,
the Bishop and
Apostle of Port-
Revival Church
and Miracle Re-
vivals, Inc.
Doris received
plaques, Who’s
Who, Woman
of the Year, and
Mother of the
Year. The both
speak powerful
words of God
at their church
and abroad, or
wherever the opportunity presents
itself and God opens the door.
They currently counsel couples,
singles, individuals, and families.
They have an ongoing minis-
try: “Couples In Love.” They are
also known for the famous game,
“How well Do You Know Your
Mate,” which is usually held on
Valentine’s Day.
We will be celebrating with them
October 15 – 19, 2015 at Portland
Miracle Revival Church, 8333 N.
Ivanhoe St., Portland, OR., 97203.
Personals are $50 each, which includes a photo. Send via
email to Payment can be made
using a debit card by calling 503-283-5086.
Deadline for the next issue is OCTOBER 7th.