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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017
COURTS
Florence Municipal Court
Nov. 7
Douglas William Mclean
pleaded no contest to criminal
trespass and to initiating a
false report. He was sen-
tenced to five days in the
Florence City Jail. He must
pay $630 in fines and not con-
tact or be in or about the resi-
dence or place of employ-
ment of the victim.
Daniel Otto Napier pleaded
no contest to harassment. He
was sentenced to 15 days in
the Florence City Jail.
He must pay $205 in fines
and not contact and be in or
about the residence or place
of employment of the victim.
Fay Vivienne Greco plead-
ed no contest to harassment.
She must pay $530 in fines
and not contact and be in or
about the residence or place
of employment of the victim.
Rodney Lee Lowe pleaded
no contest to driving while
suspended, attempting to pos-
OBITUARIES
sess methaphetamines and
criminal trespass. He was
sentenced to three days in the
Florence City Jail.
He must pay $430 in fines
and not contact and be in or
about the residence or place
of employment of the victim.
Ryan William McCurdy
pleaded guilty to driving
while suspended. He was sen-
tenced to three days in the
Florence City Jail. He must
pay $1,280 in fines.
William Morley Hopper
pleaded guilty to DUII. He
was sentenced to six days in
the Florence City Jail. He
must pay $2,435 in fines.
His drivers license is sus-
pended for one year.
Cynthia Lynn Aho pleaded
guilty to DUII and reckless
driving. She was sentenced to
two days in the Florence City
Jail. She must pay $2,410 in
fines.
Her drivers license is sus-
pended for 90 days.
City seeks to fill board,
commission vacancies
Citizens who would like to
see more public involvement
in the City of Florence, or
who would like to make a dif-
ference and help contribute to
the goals and objectives of
the city, should consider
applying for one of the open
positions on one of the City’s
committees.
The deadline for applica-
tions is Dec. 31.
These positions offer citi-
zens an excellent opportunity
to volunteer their services on
significant matters.
Committee member contri-
butions are invaluable to the
Mayor, the City Council, as
well as the City.
The following boards and
committees are currently fill-
ing vacancies for varying
term lengths, with positions
set to begin Feb. 1, 2018.
• Airport Advisory
Committee: 4 open positions
• Audit Committee: 1 open
position
• Budget Committee: 2
open positions
• Economic Development
Committee: 5 open positions
•Environmental
Management Advisory
Committee (EMAC): 5 open
positions
• Florence Urban Renewal
Agency (FURA): 2 open
positions
• Florence Urban Renewal
Budget Committee: 2 open
position
• Planning Commission: 3
open positions
• Public Art Committee: 2
open positions
• Transit Advisory
Committee: 4 open positions
including one high school
student
Applying for a position is
easy. Applications are avail-
able at Florence City Hall
and can be downloaded from
the City’s website at
www.ci.florence. or.us.
City Hall is open Monday
through Friday, 8 a.m. to
noon and 1 to 4 p.m.
All qualified persons are
encouraged to apply.
For details regarding the
duties and responsibilities of
these bodies, residency
requirements of applicants,
term lengths or any other
questions, contact City
Recorder Kelli Weese at 541-
997-3437 or email her at
kelli.weese@ci.florence
.or.us.
Four churches in Florence
work together each month to
provide free dinners for com-
munity members. Florence
Community Suppers are held
Wednesday nights from 5:30
to 6:30 p.m.
The final supper for
November
will
be
Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the
Florence United Methodist
Church, at Second and
Kingwood streets
St. Andrews Episcopal,
New
Life
Lutheran,
Presbyterian Church of the
Siuslaw and Florence United
Methodist Church provide
the dinners as a service to
anyone.
Donations towards the cost
of the meals will be accepted
but are not required.
Ben, Katrina, Julia and Aeden.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Dorothy and Carl
Duff Minton; and his brother,
Gary Minton.
Russ will be cremated and
his ashes spread at sea by the
U.S. Navy.
A private memorial service
will be held at a later date.
Burns’s Riverside Chapel
Florence Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
BROWNLEE —Barbara
Jane Brownlee, 90, went to be
with the Lord on Thursday,
Nov. 2, 2017.
Her sense of humor, love of
music and contentment in all
things brightened the lives of
everyone who knew her. What
an elegant and beautiful
woman of God!
She was born in Ashland,
Ore. on July 16, 1927, to
Leonard and Elizabeth Parks.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Thomas
Joseph Brownlee; and two of
her sons, Thomas Steven
Brownlee and William Nathan
Brownlee.
Her daughter, Robbie Elaine
Jaenecke (Allan) lives in
Paradise, Calif.; and her son
Evan Shannon Brownlee
(Cheryl) lives in Stevensville,
Mont.
Barbara leaves behind her
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Monday, November 20th
6:00 to 8:00
Karaoke and
Turkey Bingo.
Celebrate
Th anksgiving
Day
with us!!
Serving until 2:00pm
Take Home
Dinners
Available
Menu includes:
Roasted Turkey breast
garlic mashed potatoes
creamy gravy
sausage and sage stuffi ng
sweet potato gratin casserole
winter vegetables
cranberry sauce
dinner rolls
and fruit cobbler.
Th anksgiving
Dinner
$20
Rainfall
Month: 5.27”
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Week: 3.51”
Year: 87.19”
Congratulations to
Ryleigh Panschow
of Florence.
Ryleigh colored the
winning entry in
the Siuslaw News
Halloween Color Contest.
She is seven years old
and attends Siuslaw
Elementary. Ryleigh won
candy, games, a coloring
book, and more!
Jerry’s is Partnering with
Florence Food Share.
Turkeys are the bingo prizes
and the proceeds go to
Florence Food Share.
Serving neighbors and traveling friends
for a long, long time.
per person
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where he was a long time
Ventura County resident before
moving to
Oregon.
A f t e r
graduating
from college,
Fred chose to
devote his
life to law
enforcement.
He started Fred Doolin
his
career
with the Port Hueneme, Calif.,
Police Department on Jan. 1,
1965, and retired from the
Florence Police Department in
1997.
Fred was an avid car and gun
collector and enjoyed spending
his spare time bowling and
practicing at the shooting
range.
Fred was preceded in death
by our beloved mother, Mary
Dolores, in 1990.
He is survived by his wife,
Rhoda, and his children with
Mary Dolores: Pamela and
Tamela; grandson Aaron and
great-granddaughter, Reese.
No service is currently
planned.
Arrangements entrusted to
Andreason’s Burial Services
Springfield.
A friendly neighborhood bar and grill.
(Gratuity not included)
D ATE
grandchildren: Clint Brownlee
(Rena) of Seattle, Wash.;
Renata Pizza Hamblet (Ben) of
San Rafael, Calif.; Julia Pizza
Ware (Brady) of Paradise; Sara
Jaenecke Currah (Nathan) of
Paradise; Christopher
Brownlee of Stevensville,
Mont.;
and
McKenzie
Brownlee of Stevensville,
Mont.; and
six great-
grandchil-
dren.
Private
services for
the family
will be held
at
the
Paradise
Barbara
Cemetery.
Brownlee
Our fam-
ily would like to thank the staff
of both Atria and Mountain
Meadow Lodge for making her
last years both comfortable and
pleasant.
Her joy will be missed!
DOOLIN—Fred R. Doolin,
82, formerly of Florence, a
beloved husband, father, grand-
father and great-grandfather
passed away from heart com-
plications in Springfield, Ore.,
on Sept. 18, 2017.
Fred was born Aug. 19,
1935, in Los Angeles, Calif.
His family moved from Los
Angeles to Camarillo, Calif.,
Jerry’s Place
WEATHER DATA
Courtesy of Roger Cunningham
Florence
Community
Suppers continue
MINTON—Carl
Duff
“Russ” Minton III, 71, of
Florence, died Nov. 7, 2017
Russ was born May 18, 1946
in Aurora, Ill, and graduated
from Naperville Community
High School.
He mar-
ried Jeanette
O r y i n
November
1967.
He served
in the U.S.
Navy
on
land and on
the U.S.S. Carl Minton III
Edson. They
moved to California, where he
worked as a truck driver and
raised their three children. He
retired in 1992 after a stroke
and moved to Florence.
Russ was an avid O-gauge
train hobbyist. He was a mem-
ber of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints
(Mormon).
Russ is survived by his wife
of 50 years, Jeanette, who
works at PeaceHealth. He is
also survived by his brother,
Roger Minton and his sister,
Pam Kandlebinder, and their
families; his daughters, Leanne
D’Amico and Nicole Javier;
and a son, Paul Minton; their
spouses and seven grandchil-
dren: Kayla, Sarah, Victoria,
Please reserve “take home”
by Monday 11/20
1201 35th St.
Florence, Or. 97439
541-997-1940
Pick up times:
Wednesday from 2-5pm
and Th ursday before 2
Reservations required at
541-997-1940 Ex. 5
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Bar & Grill
Open Daily
541-997-3815
88274 Rhododendron Dr.
(Rhododendron and Heceta Beach Road)
FREE MEMORY SCREENING
Wednesday, November 29th at 6pm
Are you caring for someone with Dementia
or Alzheimer’s? Do you have questions or
concerns about providing care or handling
diffi cult situations?
Siuslaw News would like to thank
everyone that entered the contest!
Joins us for our Caregiver Series
Th e Last Wednesday of Each Month at 6pm
Call to book your spot now! 541-997-6111