Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1909-current, June 03, 2015, Image 2

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South Lane Physical Therapy LLC
Death Notice
Garland Vilas Hales, 66, of
Eugene, formerly of Cottage
Grove, died May 22, 2015. A
celebration of life will be at 11
a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the
First Baptist Church in Cottage
Grove. Arrangements by Smith-
Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in
Cottage Grove.
Milan “Mike”
Milan “Mike” Chapman, 73,
of Cottage Grove passed away
May 25, 2015.
He was
born Nov.
in Cottage
Clare and
M i k e
received degrees in both for-
estry and computer science. He
served in the U.S. Navy.
On Aug. 25, 1962 in Hay-
ward, Calif., he and Carole A.
Slack were married.
Mike worked for Weyerhaeus-
er Lumber Co. for 27 years and
for Offi ce Depot for 10 years.
He enjoyed the genealogy so-
ciety, travel and woodworking.
He loved being a grandpa and
spending time with his grand-
He was a member of the Lon-
don Grange, the Cottage Grove
Genealogy Society, Master at
Hebron Grange #845, and the
USS Mullany DD-528 Ship-
Survivors include his wife,
Carole Chapman of Cottage
Grove, two sons, John Chap-
man of Poulsbo, Wash. and
James Chapman of Cottage
Grove, a daughter, Joan Goos-
sens (Julian) of Cottage Grove,
two brothers, Dennis Chapman
of Cottage Grove and Les Chap-
man of Reedsport, a sister, Alice
Matthews of LaCenter, Wash.
and two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
June 2 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Catholic Church
in Cottage Grove. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Shriner’s Children’s Hospital,
Sacramento, Calif. Arrange-
ments under the care of Smith-
Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel,
Cottage Grove.
Kenneth A. Hand
Kenneth A. Hand passed
away May 14, 2015. He was
born April 20, 1948 in Cottage
Grove, Ore.
vin and Ma-
rie (Posey)
A f t e r
school, Ken
worked a short stint for Boeing
Aircraft in Seattle, Wash. He
then served in the Air Force as
a jet mechanic.
Quality Local Care…
Ken married L. Rusty Kable
on April 3, 1970. He returned
to Cottage Grove, where sons
Denver and Devon were born.
Ken learned the masonry
trade and became a successful
masonry contractor. His work
can be seen all over Oregon and
some in Alaska.
Ken loved to hunt, camp, and
fi sh. He loved kids and taught
many to water ski, snow ski, and
to drive cars and four wheelers.
Ken was a great jokester.
Ken is survived by his wife
of 45 years, L. Rusty Hand,
two sons, Denver of La Pine,
Ore. and Devon of Canby, Ore.,
three sisters, Linda Hartness,
Wanda Benston, and Patricia
Rudy, two brothers, Ronald
Hand and Richard Evett, and
two grandchildren, Adriannah
Hand and Denver Hand Jr. Sarah
Hand of Springfi eld, Ore. lived
with the family for many years
and called Ken “Dad”.
A celebration of life will be
held June 6, 2015 from 2 p.m. to
6 p.m. at the Village Green Re-
sort Hotel in Cottage Grove.
Agnes Rothauge
Elnor Ro-
97, of Cot-
tage Grove
p a s s e d
away May
31, 2015.
April 21, 1918 in Antelope, Ore.
to Benjamin and Cora (Starr)
Oakes. She married Edward T.
Rothauge Aug. 2, 1937 in Eu-
Agnes was a homemaker who
received her high-school di-
ploma from South Lane Public
Schools through Lane Commu-
nity College’s adult education
program on June 3, 1968. She
loved gardening, taking care of
fl owers, hunting, fi shing, quilt-
ing, bird watching and putting
together jig saw puzzles. She
was a member of The Church
of Christ. Agnes is survived by
her son, Francis Rothauge and
wife, Fran, of Cottage Grove;
son Floyd Rothauge and wife,
Elaine, of Cottage Grove; son
Farrel Rothauge and wife, Mag-
gie, of Creswell; son Fred Ro-
thauge and wife, Marcia, of
Longmont, Colo.; daughter Far-
ris Schultz and husband Greg of
Cottage Grove and numerous
grandchildren, great-grandchil-
dren, nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Edward Rothauge,
in 2005. A visitation will be
held from 6–8 p.m. on June 5
at Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral
Chapel, 123 S. 7th St. in Cot-
tage Grove. A graveside service
will be held at 10 a.m. on June
6 at McCullough Cemetery on
Briggs Hill Rd. in Eugene, fol-
lowed by a Memorial Service at
12:30 p.m. at Smith-Lund-Mills
Funeral Chapel, 123 S. 7th St.,
Cottage Grove, OR. Reception
following memorial, location to
be determined. Arrangements
by Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral
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Got doubt?
od loves boldness, and
He wants us to be confi -
dent of His love for us. He wants
us to know without a doubt that
we are made right with Him
through the sacrifi ce Jesus made
for us on the cross—especially
on those days when we feel un-
worthy of His love.
To live boldly means that
we’re willing to step out in faith
to try new things and pursue our
God-given dreams and passions
without letting the fear of doubt
overshadow our faith.
Doubt is a fear that can bring
a lot of confusion: Did I make
the right decision? I don’t know.
Maybe I did. Well, maybe I
didn’t. We can go back and forth
like that in our heads forever but
I’ve found that when I’m con-
fused, it’s better to stop, turn off
my brain and just look at what’s
in my heart—not for what I
think I should do, but what I be-
lieve I should do.
Sometimes it becomes very
clear what God wants us to do;
other times it’s less obvious. But
before you jump ahead, give
God a chance to speak to your
God is on your side, no
matter what
James 1:5-6 (AMP) says, “If
any of you is defi cient in wis-
dom, let him ask of the giving
God [Who gives] to everyone
liberally and ungrudgingly,
without reproaching or fault-
fi nding, and it will be given to
him. Only it must be in faith that
he asks with no wavering (no
hesitating, no doubting).”
I hope that you noticed it
says, “If any of you” need wis-
dom. God isn’t looking for per-
fect people; they don’t exist. So
no matter where you are, God
wants to help you! Isn’t that
good news?
God will never leave you or
forsake you, and He will always
remain faithful to His Word.
All you have to do is ask and
receive, dismissing the doubts
that set themselves up against
His Word. If you can do that,
there’s no telling what God will
make happen in your life.
[deadened] womb.”
Abraham considered the
facts. But he still believed God
was greater. Verse 20 says, “No
unbelief or distrust made him
waver (doubtingly question)
concerning the promise of God,
but he grew strong and was
empowered by faith as he gave
praise and glory to God.”
Instead of relying only on
what we see around us, you
and I can choose to believe
God’s Word. And we can open
our mouths to speak words of
thanks, like this:
“God, I remember the good
things You’ve done for me and
how You’ve been faithful to
those who’ve trusted in You
through the ages. I’m giving
You praise today because I know
You’ll always be faithful.”
Doubt cannot make you cave
in if you will open your mouth
and war against it with words of
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Be ready to be stretched in
times of waiting
Words of faith bring clarity
and confi dence
Romans 4 gives a wonderful
account of the story of Abraham,
one of the great heroes of faith.
Verses 18-19 (AMP) say, “[For
Abraham, human reason for]
hope being gone, hoped in faith
that he should become the father
of many nations, as he had been
promised…. He did not weaken
in faith when he considered the
[utter] impotence of his own
body, which was as good as
dead because he was about 100
years old, or [when he consid-
ered] the barrenness of Sarah’s
Like Abraham, we all have
times of waiting that God uses to
test and stretch our faith. But He
promises to work all things out
for the good of those who love
Him and are called according to
His purpose (Romans 8:28).
Honestly, if we can keep a
good attitude throughout the
process, our wait time might be
shorter than it would be if we
decided we’d rather murmur
and complain. God wants to
use the challenges we experi-
ence to draw us closer to Him
so that when our prayer is fi -
nally answered and our day of
breakthrough comes, we’ll be
stronger in our faith and able to
withstand any opposition that
comes against us.
Hebrews 10:36 says, “For you
have need of steadfast patience
and endurance, so that you may
perform and fully accomplish
the will of God, and thus receive
and carry away [and enjoy to the
full] what is promised.
Light the
Way to a
Luminary Ceremony
Friday, 10pm, June 19th
Give the gift to the American Cancer Society & keep the
light burning with a luminaria in memory of someone lost to cancer,
in honor of someone still fi ghting, or in special recognition
of someone who has beat the disease.
Please complete and return this form to the address below.
(Note: to order more than one Luminaria, please photocopy this form.)
In Honor of: ___________________________________________
In Memory of: __________________________________________
In Support of: __________________________________________
We can personalize the Luminaria for you.
List some of your loved ones likes and hobbies.
Please make checks payable to
American Cancer Socitey
and mail to:
Luminaria-South Lane County
2350 Oakmont Way, STE 200
Eugene, OR 97401