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East Oregonian
Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Kevin Michael Aldrich
Age: 63 Sex: M
Charge: Probation Violation (PV):
Driving while suspended/revoked
No bail
Last known location: Milton-Freewa-
ter, OR
Allen Gene Davis
Age: 31 Sex: M
Charge: PV: Burglary, theft
No bail
Last known location: Milton-Freewa-
ter, OR
Gregory Eubanks
Age: 59 Sex: M
Charge: Failure to Appear (FTA):
DUII, refusal to take intoxicant test
Bail: $100,000
Last known location: Umatilla, OR
Jammie Leean Gomez
Age: 37 Sex: F
Charge: FTA: Theft
Bail: $5,000
Last known location: Boardman, OR
Adrian Alberto Guerra
Age: 31 Sex: M
Charge: PV: Conspiracy to commit
Class A felony
No bail
Last known location: Hermiston, OR
Robert Lloyd Fleetwood
Age: 51 Sex: M
Charge: FTA: Possession of metham-
Bail: $200,000
Last known location: Umatilla, OR
Corey Lee McDonough
Age: 39 Sex: M
Charge: FTA: DUII
Bail: $40,000
Last known location: Pendleton, OR
James Jeffery Nelson
Age: 55 Sex: M
Charge: PV: Assault, harassment,
possession of methamphetamine
No bail
Last known location: Spray, OR
Juan Rodriguez Pacheco
Age: 50 Sex: M
Charge: PV: Criminal trespass, theft
No bail
Last known location: Irrigon, OR
Eric Sebastian Shaver
Age: 44 Sex: M
Charge: FTA: Possession of metham-
Bail: $5,000
Last known location: Hermiston, OR
Warrants on the above persons were active at the time
the list was created, however wanted status is subject to
change at anytime.
If whereabouts are known, please report immediately to
law enforcement by calling our 24 hours dispatch center at
541-966-3651 or by calling 911 if an emergency.
6:35 a.m. — A domestic disturbance occurred on Hemlock
Court in Umatilla.
7:24 a.m. — A domestic disturbance occurred on Chenow-
ith Avenue in Umatilla.
5:25 p.m. — Police responded to a reported assault on
Southwest 16th Place in Hermiston.
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Dawn Rochelle Widner Harvey
Lawrence Lee ‘Larry’ Beamer
June 3, 1965 — February 27, 2021
June 9, 1927 — March 3, 2021
Dawn Rochelle Widner battle with cancer, always
Harvey passed away in her putting everyone’s feel-
home surrounded by her ings and needs before her
family on Saturday, Febru- own. She loved the simple
ary 27.
things in life — doing yard
Dawn was
work, going to
yard sales, spend-
the only child of
ing time with her
Kenneth Widner
fa m ily, ca mp -
and Diana Harp.
ing and riding in
Although she often
said she was an
the mountains.
only child, she had
She never met
four half-sisters
an animal that
and two half-broth-
she didn’t like
ers: Michelle Holt,
and adopted and
Kathy Kinkead
fostered several
(Ja me s), Ly n n
pet s over t he
years. She will be
Har p, Mist y
Townsend (Jim), Kenna remembered for her infec-
Wallace (Chris) and Kenneth tious smile, heart of gold,
Widner Jr. (Gressa), and her and being fashionably
cousin Robin Fitzmorris, late for everything. Dawn
who she considered her fifth had a quick wit and sense
sister. She was raised with of humor matched by no
all of them at different times other — except maybe her
during her childhood, and husband. Dawn was the best
graduated from Pilot Rock wife, mom, grandma, sister,
High School.
cousin and friend!
On March 16, 1990, she
Dawn is preceded in
married Justin Harvey, her death by her mom, grand-
perfect match. They made parents and sister Misty.
their home in Pendleton and
Arrangements are being
raised three beautiful daugh- handled by Pendleton
ters: Katelyn (Chad), Madi- Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-
son (Kelvin) and Mackenzie Bishop, with a service to
(Kenny). She had five grand- be held in the near future;
children — Henley, Laivin, details are to be determined.
Landon, Tommy and Liam
In lieu of flowers, dona-
— that were her world.
tions can be made to Ameri-
Daw n’s e nt i re l i fe can Cancer Society.
revolved around her family.
Share online condolences
She was selfless in every- with the family at www.
thing she did, including her pioneerchapel.com.
ball teams until
“Larry” Lee
He is survived
Beamer died on
by his children
March 3, 2021,
and their spouses,
at the age of 93
Barbara and
in Walla Walla,
Washington. Larry
Sc ot t Pa l me r,
was born to Roscoe
Doug and Janet
and Winnie Bell
Beamer, Dick and
Nancy Beamer,
York Beamer on
Joh n Be a me r;
June 9, 1927, in
Weston, Oregon.
w ife, Ba rba r a
While attend-
Dent Beamer; 11
ing Weston High,
grandchildren, 23
where he grad-
uated in 1945,
dren, and many
nieces and neph-
he was the foot-
ball quarterback
ews; st e pson s
on the first six-man 1944 Bruce and Ken Pollard.
team, the pitcher in baseball,
He was predeceased by
and all-conference player his parents; wife Althadel;
in basketball. His family mother- and father in-law
included two sisters, Joanne Flint and Eleanor Johns;
Fox and Bernadine Towne.
son-in-law Tom Hodgen;
Larry attended Univer- sister Bernadine Towne;
sity of Oregon in 1945 and brothers-in-law Lester
1947-1948. He was a corpo- Towne, Frank Fox, Bill
ral in the Army 1946-1947. Johns, Maurie Johns; and
He joined the Johns Smith & sisters-in-law Miriam Johns,
Beamer (JSB) ranch in 1948 Helen Smith, and Donna
as the feedlot manager for 25 Johns.
years, followed by another
A graveside service will
25 years of farming. He be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday,
represented his ranch part- March 7, 2021, at the Athena
ners Bill Johns, Jim Smith Cemetery. Those attend-
and Maurice Johns as the ing please observe social
Umatilla Farmer of the Year distancing and wear your
in 1960.
On September 12, 1948,
Larry’s family would
he married Althadel Johns like to thank Walla Walla’s
of Athena. They had four Wheatland Village, Park
children, Barbara Hodgen Manor and Dr. Mark Haugen
Palmer, Doug, John and Dick for their extraordinary
Beamer. Althadel died Oct. 1, compassionate care.
1996. Larry married Barbara
You are invited to contrib-
Dent Aug. 30, 1997.
ute in memory of Larry
Larry was the owner of Beamer to:
the Walking B Quarterhorse
•Althadel Johns Beamer
Ranch, which he began in Scholarship
1962. His first colt was born
c/o Blue Mou nt ai n
in 1964. He was a national Community Foundation
director of the AQHA (Amer-
22 E. Poplar St. #206,
ican Quarterhorse Assn.) and Walla Walla, WA 99362
became a Director Emeri-
•Adams Com mu nit y
tus at age 70. He completed Church
nearly 50 years of breeding.
160 Main St., Adams, OR
During his lifetime, Larry 97810
was a member of the Adams
•Munselle-R hodes
Community Church, Athena Funeral Home
First Christian Church,
9 0 2 S. M a i n St .,
AQHA, Oregon Cattlemen’s Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
Assn., and Oregon Wheat
To leave an online condo-
League. He enjoyed playing lence, visit www.munseller-
on the City League basket- hodes.com.
Wanda Lee McPherson
Sept. 19, 1935 — March 3, 2021
Wanda Lee McPherson, 85, of Pendleton, died Wednesday,
March 3, 2021, in Pendleton. She was born Sept. 19, 1935, in
Deer Lick, Kentucky. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care
of arrangements.
Tara Janay (Frederickson) Way
Aug. 30, 1988 — Feb. 26, 2021
Tara Janay (Frederickson) Way, 32, of Boardman, died
Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, at her home. She was born Aug. 30,
1988, in Huntsville, Alabama. A celebration service following
state guidelines will be held Friday, March 12, from 10 a.m.
to noon at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
in Boardman. A private burial will be held at Desert Lawn
Memorial Cemetery in Irrigon. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston
is in care of arrangements. Share memories with the family at
St. Anthony Hospital,
Good Shepherd Medical
Center, Hermiston
FEB. 25, 2021
Carlynn I. Stowers-Pells and
Jonathan T. Stowers-Pells of
Hermiston: a girl, Harper
Irene Stowers-Pells.
FEB. 25, 2021
COLE — Cylee Ane
McLaren and Adam Alway
Cole of Pilot Rock: a boy,
Wells Hugh Cole.
FEB. 26, 2021
Moreno and Mario Contreras
of Hermiston: a girl, Fatima
Paola Contreras.
FEB. 27, 2021
iana Navarrete and German
Mendoza of Hermiston: a
girl, Itzel Mendoza Navar-
FEB. 28, 2021
Emilee L. Wagoner of Stan-
field: a boy, Anthony Jr. Boyd
FEB. 28, 2021
MABEN — Samman-
tha Rae Maben and Tres-
ton Gregory Maben: a girl,
Emilia Fay Maben.
Wednesday, March 3,
Estimated jackpot: $2.6
Lucky Lines
Estimated jackpot: $30,000
Powerball: 16
Power Play: 3
Estimated jackpot: $123
Win for Life
Pick 4
1 p.m.: 4-8-9-9
4 p.m.: 6-9-5-8
7 p.m.: 0-7-6-8
10 p.m.: 2-1-1-1
Thursday, March 4, 2021
Lucky Lines
Estimated jackpot: $31,000
Pick 4
1 p.m.: 8-9-3-6
4 p.m.: 3-3-9-2
7 p.m.: 3-2-0-3
10 p.m.: 4-5-1-0
Friday, March 5, 2021
Pick 4
1 p.m.: 0-0-8-5
April 10, 1971 — March 1, 2021
Tami Barthel of Herm- Christian Center.
She is survived by her
iston was born April 10,
1971, in Las Vegas, Nevada, three sons, Kyle Barthel,
the daughter of Ronald and Jordan (Cayla) Barthel
Linda (Dobbin) Nofsinger. and Joshua Barthel; one
She passed away
grandson, Parker
in Richland,
Barthel; parents
Washington, on
Ron and Linda
Monday, March 1,
Nofsinger; and
2021, at the age of
a sister, Barbi
She moved to
No ser vices
Tri Cities, Wash-
are plan ned.
ington, as a child
Burns Mortuary
where she resided
of Hermiston is in
for several years.
care of arrange-
The family settled
ments. To leave an
i n Her m iston
online condolence
where Tami attended school for the family, please go to
and graduated from high www.burnsmortuaryherm-
school at the Hermiston iston.com.
9:52 a.m. — Police responded to a report of the unau-
thorized use of a motor vehicle on West Willow View Drive in
9:53 a.m. — Police responded to a reported burglary on
North First Street in Hermiston.
10:31 a.m. — Police responded to a reported burglary on
West Orchard Avenue in Hermiston.
4:43 p.m. — A domestic disturbance occurred on Randall
Avenue in Umatilla.
Tami Barthel
Editor’s note: Due to concerns about the coronavirus,
many activities have been postponed or canceled. Contact
the venue before attending any public gathering to ensure the
event is still scheduled, and at the place listed.
ADAMS CITY COUNCIL, 6:30 p.m., Adams City Hall, 190 N. Main
St., Adams. (541-566-9380)
Elementary School library via GoToMeeting platform, 375 S. Fifth
St., Athena. Join the meeting at https://global.gotomeeting.com/
join/183665925, or call 877-309-2073, access code 183-665-925.
Contact the district 0ffice for the passcode by 4 p.m. on Monday,
March 8. (Paula Warner 541-566-3551)
COMMITTEE, 10 a.m., online, via Zoom, Pendleton. Contact kim.
thul@imesd.k12.or.us for login information. (Kim Thul 541-966-
HEPPNER CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Heppner City Hall, 111 N. Main
St., Heppner. (541-676-9618)
HERMISTON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Hermiston Community
Center, 415 S. Highway 395, Hermiston. Meeting will be live-
streamed on the city’s YouTube channel, https://bit.ly/Hermis-
tonYouTube. Citizens also can listen by phone or offer comment
remotely by dialing 206-462-5569, meeting ID 322-962-8667. A
limited number of chairs will be available; social distancing proto-
cols will be observed. (541-567-5521)
HERMISTON SCHOOL DISTRICT, 6:30 p.m., district office, 305
S.W. 11th St., Hermiston. (Briana Cortaberria 541-667-6000)
IRRIGON FIRE DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Irrigon Fire Department, 705 N.E.
Main Ave., Irrigon. (541-922-3133)
BURNS, ILA MAE — Viewing at 9:5 a.m. followed by an infor-
mal gathering of close friends and family at 10 a.m. at Pendleton
Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop, 131 S.E. Byers Ave., Pendleton.
Burial will follow at 10:30 a.m. at Olney Cemetery, Pendleton.
Masks and social distancing are required.
MIKAMI, SACH — Graveside service at 12:15 p.m. at the Hermis-
ton Cemetery.
NEWPORT, TIM — Funeral service at 1 p.m. at First Christian
Church, 775 W. Highland Ave., Hermiston.
BEAMER, LARRY — Graveside service at 2 p.m. at the Athena
Cemetery. (Social distancing and masks required).
NOLEN, SAM — Graveside service following state guidelines at
3 p.m. at the Hermiston Cemetery.
No services scheduled
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