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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015
‘Journey Through Grief’ group begins Feb. 2
SEASIDE — Providence Seaside Hospital
is offering a six-week bereavement support
group, “Journey Through Grief,” for fami-
ly and friends of those who have had a loved
one die during the past 12 months. The group
meets from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Mondays, starting
Feb. 2 and through March 9, in the Providence
Seaside Hospital Administration Conference
Room (lower level), 725 S. Wahanna Road.
There is no charge for the sessions but pre-
registration is required. Call Mary Trudell at
503-717-7607 to register.
Monday’s Pick 4:
1 p.m.: 5-0-3-2
4 p.m.: 2-6-2-6
7 p.m.: 2-8-1-9
10 p.m.: 2-8-7-8
Monday’s Megabucks: 15-21-27-32-43-
Monday’s Daily Game: 2-1-3
Monday’s Hit 5: 01-05-15-22-26
Estimated jackpot: $270,000
Monday’s Keno: 05-17-21-24-30-34-36-
Monday’s Lotto: 02-06-15-24-47-49
Estimated jackpot: $3.6 million
Monday’s Match 4: 01-02-10-18
Jeanne I. Daae
April 1, 1918 — Jan. 23, 2015
Jeanne I. Daae was the daughter of Herbert trip was to Europe with her son, when she was
Welcome and Marjorie Ingham. She was born 85.
in Minneapolis, Minn., and moved to
Jeanne lived in her beloved home
On the record
Portland in 1920 when she was 2.
in Seaside for 9 years. Before that she
She graduated from Commerce
lived in Tolovana Park for 16 years.
• At 12:01 a.m. Sunday, Astoria Police arrested Sheena Marie Blodgett, 32, Astoria, for Driv- High School in 1937. During the De-
Jeanne was preceded in her death
LQJ XQGHU WKH LQÀXHQFH RI LQWR[LFDQWV QHDU WK 6WUHHW %ORGJHWW¶V EORRG DOFRKRO FRQWHQW ZDV pression she moved to San Francisco
by her husband Konrad in 2000, and
her son Konrad Jr. in 2012.
measured at 0.13, according to police.
She is survived by her daughter,
• At 7:35 p.m. Friday, Oregon State Police arrested Thomas Libby Price, 51, Lederle Lab for two years. She then
Margie Hacking of Cannon Beach.
St. Helens, for DUII and reckless driving at Gnat Creek Fish Hatchery off U.S. came back to Oregon and worked for
Her grandchildren are Paul and Jen-
nifer, Mark and Angela, Lori and
She met her husband at a dance
Chris, and Kristine and Greg. She
when she was 19, and they were
married in 1941. They moved back
Her greatest joys were having
Warrenton City Commission, 7 p.m., WR 6DQ )UDQFLVFR DQG KDG WKHLU ¿UVW
Clatsop Care Center Health District Warrenton City Hall, 225 S. Main Ave.
family gatherings and developing
child, Konrad Jr., in 1942. In 1943
Board of Directors, 5:30 p.m., Clatsop
they moved back to Portland and Margie was friendships with so many people over the
Care Center, 646 16th St., Astoria.
Astoria Parks and Recreation Board, born in 1946.
Astoria Library Board, 5:30 p.m., As- 6:45 a.m., Astoria Recreation Center, 1555 W.
Jeanne worked many different jobs during loved to laugh and have a good time. Jeanne’s
toria Public Library Flag Room, 450 10th Marine Drive.
her life. She worked in the shipyards as an elec- celebration of her life was at her 90th birthday
Clatsop County Housing Authority trician. She was a secretary for White Stage, party when she could laugh, eat and enjoy her
Oregon Department of Environmental Board, 5 p.m., Guy Boyington Building, 857 Overhead Doors, Power Brake, Fred Meyer family and friends.
Quality, LNG review, 6 p.m., Warrenton Commercial St., Astoria
and retired from Dale Webber after 20 years.
Community Center, 170 S.W. Third St.
Jeanne was involved in the American Le- the Lower Columbia Hospice, 2111 Exchange
Astoria Traffic Safety Advisory Com-
Sunset Empire Transportation District gion Auxiliary for 61 years. She served as pres- St. Astoria, OR 97103; the Clatsop County An-
mittee, 6:30 p.m., Astoria City Hall, 1095 Board, 9 a.m., Astoria Transit Center Confer- ident, vice president and La Petite. She volun- imal Shelter; or a charity of your choice.
A graveside service will be held at Wil-
teered at the Veterans Hospital and Scholarship
ence Room, 900 Marine Drive.
Astoria Planning Commission, follows
Recreational Lands Planning and Advi- Program, and was a Girl Scout leader for many lamette National Cemetery on Friday, Jan.
30 at 9:30 a.m. Hughes-Ransom Mortuary
WUDI¿FVDIHW\PHHWLQJ$VWRULD&LW\+DOO sory Committee,WRSPIRXUWKÀRRU years.
Jeanne and her husband traveled to Europe is in charge of arrangements. Visit www.
and Asia. They also traveled in their trailer hughes-ransom.com to leave your condolences
around the United States and Canada. Her last and sign the guest book.
Estimated jackpot: $8.2 million
ACCUWEATHER ® FORECAST FOR ASTORIA
Astoria 5-Day Forecast
Partly cloudy with a
shower in places
Dec. 26, 1925 — Dec. 22, 2014
Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2015
Sunny to partly
Sun and Moon
Astoria through Monday.
High ........................................... 59°
Low ............................................ 37°
Normal high ............................... 51°
Normal low ................................. 38°
Yesterday ................................ 0.01"
Month to date .......................... 9.16"
Normal month to date ............. 8.72"
Year to date ............................. 9.16"
Normal year to date ................ 8.72"
Sunset tonight .................. 5:12 p.m.
Sunrise Wednesday ......... 7:43 a.m.
Moonrise today ............... 11:44 a.m.
Moonset today ................. 1:14 a.m.
Hi Lo W
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Tonight's Sky: Aldebaran of Taurus gives us a
glimpse of the fate of our own star, the sun.
Source: Jim Todd, OMSI
Astoria / Port Docks
7:32 a.m. 9.0 ft.
8:48 p.m. 6.8 ft.
Tomorrow’s National Weather
Hi Lo W
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Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands
are highs for the day. Forecast high/low temperatures are given for selected cities.
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms,
r-rain, sf-snow fl urries, sn-snow, i-ice.
Curt was born and raised in Sa-
lem. He joined the Navy in 1944
and was recalled in the Korean
He joined the State Police in
July 1947, and served his career in
the Fish and Wildlife Division in
Astoria, Albany, Salem, Coquille,
Milwaukie and Division 1 head-
Curt and Jan married in 1948,
and together they raised five chil-
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dren. In addition to his family, he
had a passion for hunting and fish-
ing. He was a Life Master bridge
player, and enjoyed golfing at the
Astoria Country Club.
Curt died peacefully in his sleep
on Monday, Dec. 22. He is sur-
vived by Jan, all of his children
and their spouses, 10 grandchil-
dren, two great-grandsons, and
many dear friends.
No service will be held.
Christina Louise Stacey
Dec. 14, 1941 — Jan. 20, 2015
Christina Louise Stacey, 73, passed her each morning while she sat and drank
away Jan. 20, 2015, in Portland, Ore. She her coffee.
Survivors include two sons,
was born in Jeffersonville, Ind., to
Daniel Stacey of Orting, Wash.,
William and Dorothy Mead Wag-
and Vince Stacey of Svensen, Ore.;
ner. At a young age her family
grandchildren, Natasha Stacey of
moved to Clatsop County, where
Lacey, Wash., Heather Kosters of
she graduated from Knappa High
Lake Stevens, Wash., and Daniela
School in 1959.
Paloma Stacey of Orting, Wash.;
She married Dennis L. Stac-
great–grandchildren, Armani and
ey, and they later divorced. When
Chilynn Herrera of Lacey, Wash.,
her children were young, she was
and Vincer Stacey of Seattle,
a homemaker and enjoyed raising
Wash.; cousins, June Dodson of
her family. Christina worked for
Rainier, Ore., and Jerry and Jan-
the Red Lion Motel in Astoria in
ice Ferguson of Svensen, Ore.;
housekeeping. She then worked at
and caring friend, Judy Hooper of
Hilda Lahti School in Knappa as
a custodian from 1976 until her retirement Clatskanie, Ore.
Christina requested no funeral services.
Her hobbies included gardening, can- Caldwell’s Luce-Layton Mortuary is in
ning, baking, and mushroom hunting. Her charge of arrangements. Please sign our on-
family remembers how much she loved her line guest book at www.caldwellsmortuary.
animals on her property, who would greet com
Jan. 19, 2015
PETERSON, Robert W., 88 of Seaside,
died in Seaside
Jan. 23, 2015
YAWS, Joy A., 71, of Astoria, died in Asto-
ria. Ocean View Funeral & Cremation Service
in Astoria is in charge of the arrangements.
Jan. 24, 2015
WALLACE, Eleanor, 96, of Seaside, died
in Seaside. Hughes-Ransom Mortuary is in
charge of the arrangements.
WESTON, Jean, 99, of Gearhart, died in
Gearhart. Ocean View Funeral & Cremation Ser-
529 SE MARLIN, WARRENTON
way, Elks, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American
Legion and the First Lutheran Church.
Bob is survived by his Life Long Partner,
Marie Minderhout of Beaverton, Ore., and
his niece, Christine Creviston of West Linn,
Ore. He was preceded in death by his parents,
sister Charlotte Forness, and wife Marjorie
Service arrangements are pending.
Curtis H. Ruecker
Times of clouds
Robert Clair Forness died peacefully Jan.
24, 2015, in Beaverton, Ore. Bob was born and
lived all but the last few years of his life in As-
toria. He was 95.
During World War II, Bob served two years
in Burma and later two more years in Korea re-
tiring as a staff sergeant. Bob worked 40 years
for the U.S. Postal Service as a mail carrier in
Astoria. He was a life member of Sons of Nor-
Nov. 25, 1919 — Jan. 24, 2015
Robert Clair ‘Bob’ Forness
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Jan. 25, 2015
RIVA, Michael Peter, 74, of Astoria, died
in Astoria. Caldwell’s Luce-Layton Mortuary
in Astoria is in charge of the arrangements.
KELLY, David Patrick II, 52, of Portland,
died in Portland. Caldwell’s Luce-Layton Mor-
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Jan. 26, 2015
CHESTER, Kevin Scott, 40, of Gearhart,
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