Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current, October 15, 2012, Page 14, Image 14

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    14 OCTOBER 15, 2012
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Candace Marie Diaz
April 26, 1989 - Oct. 6, 2012
Carxlace Marie Diaz, 23, of Sheridan
walked on Oct. , 2012.
She was born April 2, 1989, in I'hoe
nix, Ariz., to Manuol Ix-rma Diaz Jr.
and Denna Maria Diaz.
She was proud of bi-ing a good mother
to her daughter, Jayde Diaz, and loved
to sing and dance. She was nn active
and proud member of the (Confederated
Tribes of Grand Hondo.
She is survived by her parents;
daughter, Jayde; brothers, Manuel
Diaz III, Arthur Diaz, Donivan Diaz,
Keenan Ulestad and Brendon (no
last name provided); sister, Tajia Ulestad; and grandparents, Mazie
Thompson and Mary and Manuel Diaz.
A funeral service was held Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the Confederated
Tribes of Grand Hondo gym. A potluck fellowship followed in the Tribal
Community Center.
Arrangements were handled by Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home.
To leave an online condolence, visit www.AdamsonsSheridanFuneral
Home.com. Donald Gene Hudson
Nov. 18, 1946 - Oct. 7, 2012
Tribal Elder Donald Gene Hudson, 65, of Siletz, Ore., walked on
after losing his battle with cancer on Oct. 7, 2012.
He was born to Gene and Gladys (Lane Bolton) on Nov. 18, 1946, in
Salem, Ore. He bravely served in the Army from 1965 to 1967. He was
a proud member of the 82nd and 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam,
parachuting from war aircraft more than 300 times.
He was a member of the Grand Ronde Tribe and his mother's side
of the family was Siletz. He was dedicated to the service of Native
American people and worked as a program developer to assist other
Native Americans in finding employment and developing job skills.
He was a member of several Native American honor guards, the
Northwest Indian Veterans Association and Siletz Veterans of Foreign
Wars chapter. 4
One of his favorite hobbies was assembling model airplanes and shar
ing his knowledge of planes with his grandchildren. When he wasn't
assembling model planes, he could be found sharing his love of beer
and keno with his buddies at one of his favorite bars.
Don was preceded in death by his only son, Blue Hudson.
He is survived by a large family that includes his loving wife, Margo,
of Siletz; his parents, Gene Hudson and Gladys Bolton of Keizer;
daughter, Tamora Herrman; stepchildren, Lisa Norton and Maggie
McAfee; brothers, William and Ronald Hudson; grandchildren, Chelsey
and Clifford Herrmann, Michael Norton, Josh Rilatos, Trevor Norton
and Madison and JayLee McAfee; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces
and nephews.
A memorial Mass was held on Thursday, Oct. 1 1, at St. Mary's Catho
lic Church in Siletz followed by burial of his ashes at Paul Washington
Cemetery in Siletz.
Bateman Funeral Home in Newport, Ore., handled the arrangements.
Harvest Party set for Oct. 31
Lighthouse Church in Grand Ronde will host a Harvest Party from 5 to
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31, in the Tribal Community Center.
Games, prizes, candy and more will be featured to celebrate the coming
of fall.
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The monthly Family Movie Night put on by Youth Prevention will expand
to a 3-in-l affair on Friday, Oct. 26. "Moonrise Kingdom" will be shown in
the Tribal gym while "Dark Shadows" will play in the Tribal Youth Educa
tion building and "Madagascar 3" will play in Early Child Education. The
first two movies are rated PG-13 while "Madagascar 3" is rated G.
Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. and include a chicken stir fry with noodles,
yogurt parfait, water, juices and snacks. Door prizes will be given out in
the Tribal gym after all the movies are shown.
Children 6 to 12 years of age need to have a parent or guardian present
at all times and youth 13 to 17 can attend either PG-13 movie although
parental discretion is advised for those movies. The first 10 children 6
months to 5 years of age for "Madagascar 3" only will receive child care.
For more information, contact Shannon Stanton at 503-879-1489.
V cjsc ORttfc ROJD P,rtNG PROJECT SEPTEMBER
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Photo by Dean Rhodes
The Tribe officially marked the rehabilitation of 3.91 miles of Agency
Creek Road on Friday, Sept. 28, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The
rehabilitation work was between the junction at Grand Ronde Road
to the junction with Yoncalla Creek Road and included replacement of
37 corrugated metal culverts with new HDPE culverts. Tribal Project
Engineer Manager Jesse White said many of the existing culverts
were completely corroded away. The existing 96-inch culvert at Joe
Creek was replaced with a new 1 1 6-inch arch culvert that will allow
better fish passage. The existing asphalt was pulverized and areas
in the road that had failed were repaired. Four inches of asphalt
concrete was placed over the entire project's length. The budget
was $1,546 million and the projected was completed on budget.
Attending the ribbon cutting were, from left, White, Cascade Design
Project Engineer Jessie King, K&E Excavating foreman Mike Acuff,
Tribal Council Chairman Reyn Leno, Tribal Council Secretary Toby
McClary, Tribal Public Works Manager John Mercier, Tribal Executive
Officer Chris Leno, Tribal Senior Forester Zach Haas and Tribal Timber
& Roads Program Manager Jeff Kuust.
Educational open house
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Photos by Michelle Alaimo
Nacoma Liebelt looks through "Lucy the Lamb" as he looks at books on
the giveaway table at the Tribal library during the Education Division
Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 3.
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Trinity Minahan, Tribal GEDHSC program
coordinator, hands Elizabeth Watson-Croy
a notebook and markers she won in a prize
drawing during the Education Division
Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 3.
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