Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1909-current, March 04, 2015, Image 2

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Kimberly R. Masog
Masog, 58, of Lebanon, Or-
egon died Wed., Feb. 25, 2015,
Center in
Kim was
born Oct.
in Cottage
Grove, Ore-
gon, was raised there and gradu-
ated from Cottage Grove High
School. She went on to graduate
from Western Oregon University
with a degree in education. She
later received her master’s de-
gree in Education and a degree
in administration.
Kim’s career in education
began in Hermiston, Oregon in
1978. She later moved to Leba-
non and began teaching at Ham-
ilton Creek School, where she
taught for several years. Kim
went on to work at the Lebanon
District Offi ce as Vice Principal
of the Lebanon High School and
Seven Oak Middle School, from
where she retired in 2012.
Kim enjoyed gardening, quilt-
ing, traveling, scrapbooking,
puzzles, her dogs, and spend-
ing time with her family and
Kim married Louis Masog on
July 28, 1990 in Cottage Grove,
Oregon; he survives. Other sur-
vivors include daughters Taylor
Masog of Corvallis, Madisen
Masog of Brooklyn, N.Y., step
children Lt. Commander Ben
Masog of New Orleans, Dr.
Natalie Paluch of Moses Lake,
Wash., Vince Masog and Alex
Masog both of Portland, parents
Raymond and Yvonna Arthur of
Cottage Grove, brother William
Arthur of Cottage Grove, sister
Renee Goodson of Corvallis
and seven step-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her sister, Marlece Arthur.
Funeral services will be held
at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 7,
at the River Center in Lebanon
with a reception to follow the
service. Burial will be at the
Lebanon IOOF Cemetery. Hus-
ton-Jost Funeral home is han-
dling arrangements.
Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Lebanon
Schools Foundation Scholarship
Fund or the Safe Haven Hu-
mane Society and sent in care of
Huston-Jost Funeral Home, 86
W. Grant St., Lebanon, Oregon
Thomas D. “Dooley”
Thomas D. “Dooley” Woody,
70, of Cottage Grove passed
away Feb. 23, 2015.
He was born Nov. 27, 1944
in Culber-
son Rural 1
N.C., Geor-
gia to Hosea
and Edna
He grad-
uated from
Feb. 19, 2015
Feb. 26, 2015
To Reilly Newman and Jason
Humphreys of Dorena, a son.
To Trina and James Nash of
Drain, a son.
Feb. 20, 2015
To Ariel and Nolan Booher of
Creswell, a son.
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Cottage Grove High School in
1963 and attended Lane Com-
munity College. He served in the
U.S. Army. Mr. Woody worked
in logging and home health care
and enjoyed gaming, family and
Survivors include three broth-
ers, Wayne Woody of Texas,
Harold Woody of Oregon and
Merle Woody of Washington,
and nine sisters, Shirley Soles-
bee, Janice Solesbee, Linda
Simons, Betty Leach, Mozelle
Bura, Ella Walker, and Rachel
Smith, all of Oregon, and Judy
Soto and Alma Bidegain of Ari-
A memorial will be held at
a later date. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to your
favorite charity. Arrangements
under the care of Smith-Lund-
Mills Funeral Chapel, Cottage
Caroline (Coop)
Caroline Coop Shultz of Cre-
swell, Oregon, a descendent of
one of Oregon's pioneer fami-
lies from 1853, died Feb. 19,
2015. She was 88.
She was
born Sept.
13, 1926 In
In Cottage
Grove and
worked in her father's foundry
making cores while attending
Cottage Grove High School.
She went off to Graceland Col-
lege In Lamoni, Iowa. After a
year of college she went back
to work at the foundry. There
she met Lowell Shultz and they
married In Salem, Ore. on Aug.
31, 1947. They settled In Cot-
tage Grove, where Lowell was
working at a blacksmith shop.
They purchased their fi rst house
In Springfi eld on Laura Street,
where they raised four children:
Marilyn, Dan, Lloyd and Chris
to adulthood. They purchased
property between Pleasant
Hill and Creswell, where they
farmed, built a home and then
Caroline worked at the can-
nery In Eugene for 27 years and
was a member of the Teamsters.
Caroline was very active In the
VPN Auxiliary In Creswell and
enjoyed attending the Commu-
nity of Christ Church In Cottage
Sister Nora Treadwell, hus-
band Lowell Shultz, children
Sarah and Dan Shultz and Mari-
lyn Simonsen preceded her in
death. Caroline Is survived by
her brothers Vern, Duane and
Dale Coop, son Lloyd, daugh-
ter Chris Lasley, grandchildren
Doug and Stan Simonsen, Me-
lissa Fery, Carmie Melie, Lehl
and Joe Shultz, Taylor Eden
Treadwell, Erica Lasley, Katie
Amberg, and 12 great-grand-
children along with generations
of nieces and nephews.
Services were held at Andrea-
son's Funeral home 320 N. 6th,
Springfi eld, Ore.
Louis C. Keenom
Lewis C. Keenom, 89, of
Cottage Grove passed away Feb.
25, 2015 from age related causes.
He was born Jan. 20, 1926 in
Corpus Christi, Texas to William
and Ollie (Woody) Keenom.
On April 6, 1945 in Berkley,
Calif., he and Rosemary
McMahon were married.
Louis worked as a Head
Roller for Gilmore Steel. He loved working in the garden,
fi shing, playing soft ball and spending time with family.
Survivors include his wife, Rosemary, a son, David (Nora)
Keenom of Gresham, Oregon, a daughter, Patricia (Kelly)
Benston of Cottage Grove, and a grandson, Christopher Benston
of Eugene.
He was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Heather
Marie Keenom.
Visitation was held March 2 from 12-1 p.m. at Lane
Memorial Funeral Home, 5300 W. 11th Ave., in Eugene. A
funeral service followed at 1 p.m. Private interment took place
at Lane Memorial Gardens. Arrangements under the care of
Lane Memorial Funeral Home, Eugene.
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Happy 80th Birthday
The most awesome
husband, father,
and friend we could
ever have.
Janice, Linda, Denny,
Christine & Kyle
Clarence “Clarry” P.
Clarence “Clarry” P. Smallwood,
83, of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
passed away February 6, 2015.
He was born April 23, 1931 in
New York, NY, to Clarence and
Gertrude (Jack) Smallwood.
Clarry was a First Lieutenant in
the U.S. Army, received his BA
in Sociology from UCLA, and
worked as a deputy probation
offi cer and supervisor for Los Angeles County for 27 years. He
had a private pilot’s license, and was a member of AOPA. In LA
Clarry sang, danced and acted in theater, and was a wonderful
folk dancer. Jazz, classical music, attending concerts, going
to theater in Ashland, and visiting Art and Natural History
museums were his favorite pastimes. He was a talented
photographer, scuba diver, and traveled to many foreign
countries. Clarry also studied several foreign languages.
Clarry was a member of the Riverside Community Church of
God in Cottage Grove. He is survived by his wife of 36 years,
Judith Ann (Freeman). Survivors also include his stepson,
Brad Freeman, Old Greenwich, CT; brother, David (Grace),
New York City; brother, Harold (Joanne), Roseville, CA; and
two grandchildren, Austin Freeman and Mikayla Myers. He
was preceded in death by daughter, Laure Smallwood in 1980,
and stepdaughter, Robin Freeman in 2015. A celebration of life
will be held at 11:00 a.m. on March 14 at Riverside Community
Church of God, with reception to follow. His family wishes
to thank his caregivers at Quail Park Memory Care in Eugene
for their dedication. In lieu of fl owers, memorial contributions
can be made to Riverside Community Church of God, or to the
Salvation Army. Arrangements by Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral
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