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    SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2017
Western Lane Ambulance District and Siuslaw Valley Fire & Rescue
Ambulance and fire call runs Nov. 11-25
Date
Time
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/19/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/22/17
11/22/17
1:00
7:24
9:30
10:04
11:09
15:03
17:10
18:06
19:26
0:24
4:28
10:00
10:09
12:01
14:13
14:59
17:15
1:14
3:24
6:03
6:54
7:51
9:24
10:33
12:39
16:06
8:14
8:25
Area
Type
9th St
Spruce St
Royal St. Geaorge
9th St
12st St
Treewood Dr
Hwy 101
9th St
Nob Hill
8th St
Spruce St
9th St
Sherwood Lp
9th St
Rio Rd
Hwy 101
9th St
Xylo St
Rhododendron Dr
Hwy 101
18th St
Oak St
9th St
37th St
Spruce St
9th St
Hwy 126, MP 17.5
Ocean Dunes Dr
Transfer to RB
Transport to PHH
SVFR Fire Call
Transfer to McKW
Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
SVFR Fire Call
Transfer to RB
911 Response
Transport to PHH
911 Response
Transfer to RB
Transport to PHH
Transfer to RB
911 Response
Transport to RB
Transfer to RB
911 Response
Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
FPD Transport to PHH
Transfer to Airport
SVFR Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
Transfer to RB
MFD, OSP 911 Response
Transport to PHH
Date
Time
11/22/17
11/22/17
11/22/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/23/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/24/17
11/25/17
11/25/17
11/25/17
11/25/17
11/25/17
11/25/17
10:32
18:52
19:17
1:24
2:57
9:25
10:38
13:24
14:31
16:35
19:25
21:19
21:24
4:31
7:07
14:19
14:57
16:21
18:17
18:30
21:32
22:52
10:20
10:59
11:08
13:46
14:31
15:33
Area
Type
21st St
Nopal St
9th St
Siano Lp
E 29th St
Oak St
9th St
1st St
Miller Park
16th St
9th St
9th St
Park Village Dr
South Shore Dr
Hwy 101
19th St
8th St
9th St
Rio Rd
9th St
9th St
Bay St
Spruce St
Hwy 101
9th St
Spruce St
Hwy 126
Greenwood St
Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
Transfer to RB
SVFR 911 Response
Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
Transfer to RB
Transport to PHH
911 Response
Transport to PHH
Transfer to RB
Transfer to RB
911 Response
Transport to PHH
SVFR Transport to PHH
FPD Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
Transport to RB
911 Response
Transfer to RB
Transfer to RB
SVFR Fire Call
911 Response
911 Response
911 Response
Transport to PHH
LCSO, OSP Transport to PHH
Transport to PHH
COURTS
Florence Municipal Court
Nov.14
Byron Leroy Barnett plead-
ed guilty of Criminal Trespass
and Theft and was sentenced
to 14 days in the Florence City
Jail. He must pay $155 in fines
and not contact or be in or
about the residence or place of
employment of the victim.
Bailey Thomas Garwood
pleaded guilty to Theft. He
must pay $475 in fines and not
contact or be in or about the
residence or place of employ-
ment of the victim.
Joseph Quinten Holtsberry
pleaded no contest to Criminal
Trespass and Theft and was
sentenced to two days in the
Florence City jail. He must
pay $580 in fines and not con-
tact or be in or about the resi-
dence or place of employment
of the victim.
Levi Piper Harris pleaded
no contest to Criminal mis-
chief and Theft. He must pay
$520 in fines and not contact
or be in or about the residence
or place of employment of the
victim.
Bryan Wayne Beaudro
pleaded guilty to Harassment
and was sentenced to two days
in the Florence City Jail. He
must pay $480 in fines and not
contact or be in or about the
residence or place of employ-
ment of the victim.
Dayton Charles Phillips
pleaded guilty to Criminal
mischief and Theft. He must
pay $491 in fines and not con-
tact or be in or about the resi-
dence or place of employment
of the victim.
Timothy Williams Nichols
Judd Logan Browne
Beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather. Judd was
born June 8, 1940, in Portland, Oregon to parents Walter
Paul & Irma Lorraine Browne. He enjoyed life to its fullest
with his dear wife , Patricia, to whom he was joyfully married
for the last 31 years.
pleaded no contest to Criminal
Trespass. He must pay $425 in
fines and not contact or be in
or about the residence or place
of employment of the victim.
Nov 21
Christian Elizabeth Cropper
pleaded guilty to Theft and
Criminal mischief and was
sentenced to 10 days in the
Florence City Jail. She must
pay $730 in fines and not con-
tact or be in or about the resi-
dence or place of employment
of the victim.
Tyler Preston Scott pleaded
no contest to Disorderly con-
duct. He must pay $600 in
fines and not contact or be in
or about the residence or place
of employment of the victim.
Brandon Scott Nivilinszky
pleaded no contest to
Harassment.
He must pay $550 in fines
and not contact or be in or
about the residence or place of
employment of the victim.
David Orville Ray pleaded
no contest to Harassment by
sexual contact. He must pay
$350 in fines and not contact
or be in or about the residence
or place of employment of the
victim.
Robert Carter Thomson
pleaded no contest to
Harassment. He must pay
$200 in fines and and not con-
tact or be in or about the resi-
dence or place of employment
of the victim.
OBITUARY
BALFOUR—Ifa Chapman
Gibbs Balfour, 87, formerly of
Florence, died Oct. 17, 2017,
in Springfield, Ore.
Ifa was born Sept. 15, 1930,
in Richland, Ore. She grew up
and attended school in
Richland, until moving to
Hood River
in
1942,
where she
graduated
high school.
She mar-
ried Steve
Gibbs
in
Hood River
Oregon in
Ifa Balfour
1948, later
settling in Springfield.
They had two sons and later
divorced in 1980.
Ifa eventually married
Marcus Balfour in Florence,
and they were happily married
11 years until his death.
Ifa was a fourth-generation
Oregonian with pioneer roots
in both Baker and Lane coun-
ties. She took great pride and
interest in her heritage as a
descendant of the Masterson
Family, who travelled the
Oregon Trail from Lexington
Kentucky to settle in
Springfield and northeastern
Oregon, including Wallowa,
Joseph and Richland.
She had a vivid, creative
memory and loved to tell sto-
ries from her childhood and
about her grandparents’ and
great grandparents’ lives in the
early 1900s.
She is preceded in death by
her father, Merton Chapman;
her mother, Geneva Jones
Bergam; and her brother,
Harold Chapman.
She is survived by her
brother
Everett
“Bud”
Chapman of Woodburn; her
son, Steven Robert Gibbs (m.
Tena Gibbs) of Springfield;
her grandsons: Jackson Gibbs
of Corvallis and Peter Gibbs of
Victoria, B.C.; and her son,
Roderick Eugene Gibbs (m.
Caroline Le Guin) of Oregon
City.
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He died peacefully, surrounded by his family, on
November 30, 2017 in Bend, OR. Judd grew up in Molalla,
OR and graduated from Molalla High School.
He was preceded in death by his parents, step-father
John Eller “Johnnie” Howitt, sister Judy Stipp and mother-
in-law Phyllis Purdon.
Judd studied Education at the University of Oregon,
where he also played football for the team from 1957-1959.
He paused his education in order to serve in the United States
Army from 1960-1962, where he served with ‘Honorable &
Faithful Service’ for the 101 st Airborne division out of Fort
Campbell, Kentucky. He was decorated with a Medal of
Good Conduct, Parachute Badge, and Expert Rifl e Badge.
He then continued his studies at Oregon College
of Education, in Monmouth, OR where he received his
Bachelors and Masters degrees of Education. He received his
Masters of Education Administration from the University of
Oregon and was awarded a State certifi cate of outstanding
educator of the year. He taught school for 2 years before
becoming one of the youngest principals in Oregon. He lived
and worked in Florence, OR for the next 40 years, including
service as the Principal at Siuslaw Junior High & Middle
School from 1971-1989 and Principal at Rhododendron
Elementary school from 1989-1999.
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Judd was part of the founding eff orts of the Florence
chapter of Big Brothers, Big Sisters organization and believed
all children deserve a chance for success, happiness and a
caring adult in their lives. He cared deeply for the students
and children he served over the years, and the people he
worked with.
He enjoyed living on the Oregon coast hunting in the
forests for big game, ducks and pheasants. Lake sports and all
kinds of fi shing were hobbies he loved to share and do with
family and friends. He and Pat enjoyed cooking together and
would oft en drop by the fi shing docks to pick up fresh tuna,
salmon and sea bass.
Patricia Ann is his soulmate, and eternal love of his life.
Th ey retired together to Bend, OR where they loved hiking
the trails along the Deschutes river and local lakes and
streams. Th ey travelled to destinations near and far, created
many lasting memories with family & dear friends.
Judd’s incredible sense of humor and kind, warm
personality will be deeply missed by his wife Pat Browne,
Bend, OR; daughters Annette (Tom) Bruce, Pebble Beach,
CA and Jessica (Jim) Farnsworth, Spanish Fork, UT, 7
grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, and his innumerable
friends.
A celebration of life will be planned and carried out in
Bend at a future date. In lieu of fl owers, the family requests
contributions be made to:
Partners in Care Hospice-2075
NE Wyatt Ct, Bend, OR 97701
Big Brothers, Big Sisters-
2125 NE Daggett LN, Bend, OR 97701
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