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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 2017
Coast Guard rescues man
stranded at Hug Point
The Daily Astorian
The U.S. Coast Guard
rescued a man stranded on
a rocky edge by the high
tide at Hug Point near Can-
non Beach Monday.
Watch standers at Sec-
tor Columbia River in War-
renton were notifi ed of the
stranded man by Oregon
State Police at 1:33 p.m. An
MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter
rescue crew was launched
and arrived on scene at 2:16
p.m. The crew lowered an
aviation survival technician
down to hoist the man off the
rocky edge and away from
the incoming surf.
The man was fl own to Air
Station Astoria in Warrenton,
where he was treated and
released by paramedics.
“We arrived just in time
as the man was clinging to a
rope and was being splashed
by incoming waves,” Lt. j.g.
OBITUARIES
June Mamlock Tilley
Astoria
Sept. 12, 1929 — March 29, 2017
Jason Weeks, the pilot of the
helicopter, said in a state-
ment. “We remind all beach-
goers that enjoy the tide
pools and cliff sides along the
Oregon coastline to always
be mindful of changing tide
because it may appear safe
one minute but can trap you
the next.”
Weather and sea condi-
tions on scene were 25 mph
winds with moderate rain
showers and 18-foot seas.
June Mamlock Tilley was born in New could be well assured that it would be done.
She worked in the Miller Place Post Offi ce
York City, New York, and lived in Washing-
ton state and Oregon for the past 36 years; her in New York for 13 years; she was the win-
dow clerk whom patrons would wait for. June
New York temperament never left her.
and John spent many hours in court-
Her mother was Jeanette Danish,
house basements researching their
and her father was Roland Mam-
genealogy. She retired in 1981 to
lock, and later, Fredrick Borger. She
care for her husband, who died in
graduated from John Adams High
1988.
School in Islip, New York, in 1948,
She adored the Navy, and she
and after a short stint as a telephone
loved to travel. She visited all over
operator, joined the U.S. Navy in
the U.S. and Canada. She went to
1949.
China, Thailand, Hong Kong and
She married John Jay Tilley Jr.
England. She loved meeting new
in 1950 at the Naval Chapel of the
people, and there was never anyone
Chimes in Oakland, California. They
June Tilley
whom she wouldn’t strike up a con-
had three children, Douglas (Deb-
versation with. She particularly liked
bie Eastman) of Prescott Valley, Ari-
train travel.
zona, Colleen (Richard Gustafson)
She was hilarious, and will be missed for
of Astoria, Oregon, and Michael (Cindy).
Michael died in 1999. Her adopted daughter is her story telling. She was an avid reader. She
appreciated good food, and going out to dinner,
Carolynn Lowery (Lott) of California.
Her grandchildren are Brian, Shannon (Rick where she always grabbed for the check. June
Seymour), Hayley June Tilley Gustafson (Jeff was a dog lover, and one of her grandma “brag
Linquist), Colin Gustafson (LeeAnn), Tyler books” was her “grand dogs.” She enjoyed
Gustafson (Brooke), and Danielle Gustafson. the camaraderie of bingo at the Astoria Senior
The Gustafson great-grandchildren are Colton, Center, and her friends at Clatsop Retirement
Aiden, Alayna, Ayla, Natalie, Kellen, Elin, Village.
June was a member of the Daughters of
Soren, and Priya. Her newest great-grandchil-
dren are Lincoln James Tilley Seymour and Jay the American Revolution, Northwest Pacifi c
Richard Linquist. Prominent in her life are her WAVES, WAVES National, and was a Red Hat.
A memorial service will be held on Sat-
brother, Gerald Borger (Mickey) of New York,
and brother-in-law, James Tilley, of California. urday, April 22, 2017, at Hughes-Ransom in
If you were one of June’s friends, you were Astoria at 1 p.m., followed by a reception at
indeed fortunate. She loved her friends and the Astoria Senior Center.
Contributions can be made to any children’s
family with an intensity and commitment that
ensured a lifetime of support and unconditional hospital, the Clatsop County Animal Shelter, or
love. You could ask her to do any task, and to your local animal shelter.
Authorities seek to identify body
The Daily Astorian
The body of a man located
on a Brookfi eld, Washing-
ton, beach April 2 has yet to
be identifi ed, and the cause of
death is still unknown.
After recreational boat-
ers found the body, tests
attempting to determine a
cause of death were inconclu-
6 feet tall, 160 pounds and
wearing jeans and a T-shirt.
Bigelow said the body likely
came from upstream on the
Columbia River but west of
the John Day Dam. Bige-
low, who also serves as the
county coroner, estimated
the man had been dead for
a number of months, but
within the last year.
sive. Autopsies likely will not
determine the cause of death
due to the condition of the
remains, Wahkiakum County
Prosecuting Attorney Dan
Bigelow said.
But offi cials are looking
at some promising leads that
may help identify the body,
Bigelow said.
The man was roughly
Clatsop County gets new sheriff’s deputy
The Daily Astorian
One of Oregon’s new 39
police graduates will work in
Clatsop County.
The Oregon Public Safety
Academy will hold a gradu-
ation ceremony for its 365th
Basic Police Class on Fri-
day in Salem. Shawn Copp of
the Clatsop County Sheriff’s
Offi ce is listed as one of the
graduates of the 16-week class.
The graduation will take
place at 11 a.m.
Eleanor Marie Leppinen
FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR ASTORIA
TONIGHT
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
55
46
46
ALMANAC
Mostly cloudy
New
Salem
46/57
Newport
45/54
Apr 26
Full
May 2
Source: Jim Todd, OMSI
TOMORROW'S TIDES
Astoria / Port Docks
Time
9:14 a.m.
9:12 p.m.
Low
0.0 ft.
1.5 ft.
Ontario
43/68
Burns
38/53
Lakeview
40/49
Ashland
45/56
Hi
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59
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Wednesday at the Bridgewa-
ter Bistro .
The meet-and-greet event
features light food and refresh-
ments, and a cash bar is avail-
able. All are welcome.
DEATH
April 8, 2017
OLSON, Curtis Lee, 84,
of Astoria, died in Tillamook.
Services are pending. Waud’s
Funeral Home in Tillamook is
in charge of the arrangements.
PUBLIC MEETINGS
WEDNESDAY
Astoria City Council, 9 a.m.,
work session on parks budget,
City Hall, 1095 Duane St.
Port of Astoria Budget Com-
mittee, 10 a.m., Port offi ces,
10 Pier 1, Suite 209.
Clatsop County Board of
Commissioners, 6 p.m.,
Judge Guy Boyington Build-
ing, 857 Commercial St.
Astoria School Board, 6:15
p.m. study session, 7:30 p.m.
regular meeting, Capt. Robert
Gray School third-fl oor board-
room, 785 Alameda Ave.
Wickiup Water District
Board, 6:30 p.m., 92648
Svensen Market Road,
Svensen.
ON THE RECORD
DUII
• At 10:39 p.m. Sunday,
Rafael Lucas Gaspar, 24, of
Ocean Park, Washington, was
arrested by the Clatsop County
Sheriff’s Offi ce on Highway
202 near Southeast Sheridan
Street in Astoria for driving
under the infl uence of intoxi-
cants and reckless driving.
LOTTERIES
OREGON
Monday’s Pick 4:
1 p.m.: 9-7-8-0
4 p.m.: 8-4-0-5
7 p.m.: 1-1-8-4
10 p.m.: 7-5-0-6
Monday’s Megabucks: 9-12-
17-26-35-43
Estimated jackpot: $3.6 million
WASHINGTON
Monday’s Daily Game: 0-2-0
Monday’s Hit 5: 01-03-07-21-25
Estimated jackpot: $270,000
Monday’s Keno: 06-12-15-16-
33-34-35-36-37-39-41-42-44-47-
48-51-54-58-67-77
Monday’s Lotto: 11-14-22-24-
31-38
Estimated jackpot: $4.7 million
Monday’s Match 4: 04-06-07-14
OBITUARY POLICY
APPLIANCE
YE
Frank Spence’s campaign
for Port of Astoria Com-
mission Position 5 offi cially
kicks off from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
TUESDAY
Warrenton City Commission,
5 p.m., work session on asset
sales, 6 p.m., regular meeting,
City Hall, 225 S. Main Ave.
Cannon Beach City Council,
5:30 p.m., work session, City
Hall, 163 E. Gower St.
Clatsop Community College
Board, 5:30 p.m. Patriot Hall
tour, 6:30 p.m. regular meeting,
Columbia Hall Room 219, 1651
Lexington Ave., Astoria.
Lewis & Clark Fire Depart-
ment Board, 7 p.m., main fi re
station, 34571 Highway 101
Business.
Warrenton-Hammond School
Board, 7 p.m., Warrenton High
School library, 1700 S. Main Ave.
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy,
sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow fl urries,
sn-snow, i-ice.
IN
Eleanor Marie Leppinen, 90, of
She and Veikko owned and oper-
ated motels in Seaside and Newport,
Longview, Washington, died April 7,
as well as apartments in Astoria.
2017, at the Hospice Care Center in
Eleanor was also a real estate
Longview.
agent for 25 years in Astoria, along
She was born Jan. 22, 1927, in
with owning various antique shops.
Astoria, Oregon, to Ferdinand and
She was an energetic and active
Margaret Pumala.
person, who enjoyed many hobbies,
She was married to Veikko Lep-
such as antique hunting, knitting and
pinen from Nov. 11, 1951, until his
crocheting.
death on Aug. 27, 1977.
Eleanor was a longtime member
Eleanor lived most of her life in
Eleanor Marie
of the Longview Laestadian Lutheran
Astoria and the surrounding areas,
Leppinen
Church.
except for a couple of years spent
The visitation is from 2 to 5 p.m.,
in Finland, where she and Veikko
owned a general store. The last year of her Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at Caldwell’s
life she resided at Delaware Assisted Living in Luce-Layton Mortuary, 1165 Franklin Ave. in
Astoria.
Longview .
The Daily Astorian
Klamath Falls
40/50
REGIONAL CITIES
City
Baker City
Bend
Brookings
Eugene
Ilwaco
Klamath Falls
Medford
Newberg
Newport
North Bend
Longview, Washington
Jan. 22, 1927 — April 7, 2017
Spence kicks off Port campaign
TOMORROW'S NATIONAL WEATHER
NATIONAL CITIES
Today
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38
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42
43
64
18
71
42
46
58
56
57
70
55
63
59
50
59
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42
54
46
63
Baker
39/56
Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2017
Tonight's Sky: The ISS will be visible at 8:19 p.m.,
at altitude of 60 degrees north-northeast.
Hi
81
78
55
71
60
66
84
46
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67
63
82
75
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66
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84
La Grande
43/55
Roseburg
48/57
Brookings
47/52
May 10
John Day
43/53
Bend
38/52
Medford
46/59
UNDER THE SKY
High
8.8 ft.
7.8 ft.
Prineville
41/55
Lebanon
47/57
Eugene
47/57
First
Pendleton
46/58
The Dalles
45/58
Portland
47/58
Sunset tonight ........................... 7:58 p.m.
Sunrise Wednesday .................... 6:34 a.m. Coos Bay
Moonrise today .......................... 8:36 p.m. 49/53
Moonset today ............................ 7:11 a.m.
City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
El Paso
Fairbanks
Honolulu
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Memphis
Miami
Nashville
New Orleans
New York
Oklahoma City
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Washington, DC
56
43
Rather cloudy and breezy Clouds and sun, a couple
with showers
of showers; cool
Tillamook
47/54
SUN AND MOON
Time
2:41 a.m.
3:21 p.m.
51
39
Shown is tomorrow's weather. Temperatures are tonight's lows and tomorrow's highs.
ASTORIA
46/55
Precipitation
Monday ............................................ 0.13"
Month to date ................................... 3.22"
Normal month to date ....................... 1.98"
Year to date .................................... 35.55"
Normal year to date ........................ 26.82"
Apr 19
SATURDAY
REGIONAL WEATHER
Astoria through Monday.
Temperatures
High/low ....................................... 52°/38°
Normal high/low ........................... 56°/40°
Record high ............................ 77° in 2004
Record low ............................. 31° in 1982
Last
50
42
Breezy with periods
of rain
Periods of rain
FRIDAY
HOURS OPEN: MON-FRI 8-6 • SATURDAY 9-5 • SUNDAY 10-4
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