Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 1994-current, June 15, 2016, Page A5, Image 5

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Donald Ivan ‘Donny’ Briggs
Donald Lyle ‘Butch’ Burrows
Bonita Lee Cook Ryals
January 30, 1941-June 4, 2016
February 2, 1947-May 8, 2016
April 25, 1940-April 26, 2016
A well-known mechan-
ic and car enthusiast in the
Pendleton area died Satur-
day at the age of 75, sur-
rounded by family, after a
long battle with Alz-
Donald “Donny”
Ivan Briggs was born
in La Grande, Ore-
gon, on January 30,
1941, to Raymond
and Ada Briggs.
Raised in Pilot Briggs
Rock and Pendle-
ton, Donny enjoyed hunt-
ing, ¿shing, camSing and
cars. In 1962 he married
and had a son, Ronald Eu-
gene, then married again
in 1969 and had a daugh-
ter, Phyllis Marie. He then
sSent the last 26 years with
wife Terri and took on the
father role to four daugh-
ters, Dayle Stinson, Jody
Lemon, Bobbi Lemon and
Rebal Lemon, along with
a son they adoSted, Antho-
ny. He was very fond of his
kids and gave unsel¿shly to
many family and friends.
Donny began working
at odd jobs at a young age.
He had a love of cars and
eventually learned how to
¿[ and rebuild them, and in
the ensuing years became a
full-Àedged auto mechanic.
He sSent 30 years working
in local wrecking yards and
was a ¿[ture here in Pend-
leton at all the Sarts stores,
auto body shoSs, and junk
yards. He was a member of
the Elks, Eagles, and Main
Street Cowboys.
He was Sreceded in death
by father Raymond, mother
Ada, brothers Charles, Eu-
gene and Freddy, and sister
Donny is survived by his
wife Terri Briggs, Pendle-
ton; brothers Calvin and
Paul Briggs, both of Pend-
leton; sisters Darlene
Able of La Grande
and Carol Baldwin
of Hermiston; seven
children; and numer-
ous grandchildren,
nieces and neShews.
There will be a
graveside service on
Saturday, June 18, 2016, at
noon at Olney Cemetery,
followed by a Celebration
of Life at the Pendleton Ea-
gles Lodge.
Donations can be made
to Alzheimer’s Association
Oregon ChaSter.
Do not ask me to remember
Don’t try to make me un-
Let me rest and know
you’re with me,
Kiss my cheek and hold
my hand.
I am sad and sick and
All I know is that I need
To be with me at all cost.
Do not lose your pa-
tience with me,
Do not scold or curse or
I can’t help the way I’m
Can’t be different though
I try.
Just remember that I
need you,
That the best of me is
Please don’t fail to stand
beside me,
Love me ‘til my life is
done. — Owen Darnell
William Ray ‘Bill’ Gollyhorn
Nov. 22, 1946-Feb. 13, 2016
William Ray “Bill” Gollyhorn, 69, of Hermiston died
Feb. 13, 2016, at his home. He was born Nov. 22, 1946,
in Hermiston. A celebration of life gathering with military
honors will be held Saturday, June 18, at 11 a.m. at Irrigon
Marina Park. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of
arrangements. Send condolences at burnsmortuaryhermis-
Donald Lyle “Butch” erside Nursery. He was the
Burrows Sassed away May of¿cial bell ringer for Sro
8, 2016, Seacefully in his wrestling at the Pendleton
sleeS at his home. Grave- Armory for many years.
side services will be held Don and comSanion Rachel
Orton also sold fruit
Saturday, June 18,
out of their SickuS
2016, at 10 a.m. at
for many years. They
Olney Cemetery in
enjoyed visiting with
Pendleton. A Sotluck
their customers.
lunch and memorial
He loved hunt-
service will follow at
ing and ¿shing and
Community Park.
would go as often as
Don was born to
Sossible. He loved
Ethel and Myron Burrows
the outdoors.
C. “Bud” Burrows
Don was Sreceded in
Sr. on February 2, 1947,
in Bend, Ore., the middle death by his Sarents; broth-
of eight children. The Bur- ers Myron C. “Buddy” Bur-
rows family moved from rows Jr., Mark S. Burrows
Oregon to :eiSSe, Idaho, and Chester Lloyd “Sonny”
in 1952 where Don at- Burrows; and sister Lois
tended school. He returned Norris. He is survived by
to Oregon in 1965 where longtime comSanion Anna
he has remained until his Rachel Orton of Pendle-
ton; sisters Nancy Ward of
Don worked at several Mars Hill, Maine, and Lola
businesses in Pendleton, in- Burrows of Pendleton; and
cluding Harris Pine Mills, brother Michael Burrows of
Kube’s Car Wash and Riv- Pendleton.
Bonita Lee Cook Ry-
als deSarted this life on 26
ASril 2016, the day after
her 76th birthday.
Bonnie, as she was
known to friends
and family, was born
on 25 ASril 1940,
to Earl M. and Es-
ther (Morris) Cook
in Polk County,
Sarents and three
siblings left Kansas Ryals
with all their Sosses-
sions in two vehicles after
Àoods and drought in 1935
and eventually settled near
Willamina in 1939. Esther
used a dresser drawer as
a cradle for Bonnie as a
baby. Bonnie attended Fern
School in ¿rst grade with
her sister, Anna Ruth Cook,
as her teacher. She gradu-
ated from Willamina High
School in 1958 and attend-
ed OCE in Monmouth, Ore.
Bonnie had a long and
distinguished career work-
ing for US Bank. She and
her husband, Dave Ryals,
lived in Hermiston, Ore-
gon, for many years and
loved to go boating
on Wallowa Lake.
Bonnie was Sre-
ceded in death by
Dave, after 29 years
of marriage. She is
survived by many
nieces and neShews,
Mary Cook, and
several dear friends.
Bonnie was a sweet and
gentle soul who will be tru-
ly missed.
There will be a Sotluck
memorial at her high school
reunion on August 18th in
Willamina, Ore. The Sublic
is invited. For more infor-
mation call 503-838-2922.
may be made to Silver
Cloud Cat Sanctuary in
Walla Walla, Wash.
together with her as revenge. She
also said he threatened to beat her
if she did not stop bothering his new
10:21 p.m. - A man reported the
theft of his white 2007 Dodge Charger
from Marina Apartments, 1600 Second
St., Umatilla.
10:44 p.m. - The Morrow County
Sheriff’s Office received calls from
Irrigon residents about prowlers on
Estate Loop and on Southeast Fourth
11:31 a.m. - Medication was
reported stolen from a residence
on Southeast Fourth Street, Irrigon.
The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office is
11:51 a.m. - The Morrow County
Sheriff’s Office received a report of
three strands of barbed wire strung
across a trail at the Morrow County
OHV Park.
11:57 a.m. - A resident at The Links
Senior Apartments, 310 Klickitat St.,
Umatilla, reported the theft of two Air
Force books from her home.
12:42 p.m. - Staff at Umatilla High
School, 1460 Seventh St., Umatilla,
caught people stealing things from
the back yards of houses facing the
football field.
4:41 p.m. - A Morrow County
sheriff’s deputy was informed of a
child on a bicycle that was hit by a car
in the vicinity of Northeast Elder and
Aiken streets, Heppner.
3:15 a.m. - A resident on East
Columbia Lane, Hermiston, told police
a neighbor was playing loud music for
the last 30 minutes.
9:21 a.m. - A Umatilla caller
reported arriving home on Eighth
Street and discovering the theft of
their computer.
12:23 p.m. - An Irrigon man
reported the theft of his 2013 Toyota
6:07 p.m. - A controlled fire on
Rock Avenue, Irrigon, got out of
7:13 p.m. - A caller reported that
they think their back window was
shot while driving by a residence on
Punkin Center Road, Hermiston.
10:27 p.m. - A man reported he
arrived to his home at Shady Rest
Mobile Home Court, 28716 Highway
730, Umatilla, and a drunk neighbor
entered, threw a bottle of vodka at
him and then hit him in the head.
9:29 a.m. - A man reported a bur-
glary at his shop on Stage Gulch Road,
Stanfield, and the theft of multiple
tools. He added he just replaced all of
his tools from the last break in.
12:27 p.m. - A caller reported
hearing a man and woman yell at
Southeast Idaho Avenue and Division
Street, Irrigon, and several times the
woman said, “Get off me.”
12:40 p.m. - Two pit bull dogs
entered a backyard on Highway 730,
Umatilla, and killed a llama. The dogs
are still there. The Umatilla County
Sheriff’s Office issued a citation in
this case.
4:58 p.m. - A resident on Dark
Canyon Avenue, Umatilla, reported
the neighbor was burning inside his
garage and did not have water.
9:21 p.m. - An angler fishing under
the Interstate 82 bridge, Umatilla,
asked law enforcement to stop people
shooting nearby because the bullets
were ricocheting off the rocks.
12:09 a.m. - Stanfield police
received a report of a man possibly
beating a woman at Stanfield RV Park,
355 S. Main St.
12:45 p.m. - A Heppner woman
tried to buy a gun at the Pendleton
Wal-Mart, 2203 S.W. Court Ave., but
that sale also did not happen because
she is on probation.
7:26 p.m. - A woman reported an
inmate at the Umatilla County Jail,
Pendleton, was making harassing
calls to her mother in Irrigon.
10:13 p.m. - A Hermiston-area
woman asked the Umatilla County
Sheriff’s Office about pressing charges
against the man she was dating
because he lied and stated he got
1:56 a.m. - The Boardman Police
Department and mental health
services were called to the overpass
bridge at Main Street, Boardman, for a
suicidal female. She was transported
to Good Shepherd Medical Center in
8:55 a.m. - An employee of A Burk
& Co. Glass, 721 Sixth St., Umatilla,
reported the theft of cable from his
work truck.
Don’t Forget
Fathers Day!
Put a smile on the heart
with the power of flowers.
Christina J. Wallace
Mon-Sat 8am-6pm • Sun 12pm-5am
www.cottagefl owersonline.com
July 30, 1978-June 7, 2016
Christina J. Wallace, 35, of Hermiston died Tuesday,
June 7, 2016, in Richland, Wash. She was born July 30,
1978, in Tucson, Ariz. A celebration of life service was
held Friday, June 10, at Burns Mortuary chaSel, Hermis-
ton. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrange-
ments. Sign the online guest book at burnsmortuaryherm-
Editor’s note: The Umatilla County Court-
house is transitioning to the new eCourt
system, and information regarding civil and
criminal cases is currently unavailable. We
will provide the information as soon as we
are granted access to the new system.
Amanda Kae Sanchez, 31, both of Selah,
Kyle James Warren, 27, and Kaylindi
Chantel Nevil, 26, both of Stanfield.
Good Shepherd Medical
Center, Hermiston
MAY 31, 2016
T. Wyckoff of Stan¿eld; a
girl,Leona Teresa Wyckoff.
JUNE 3, 2016
D. Scott and Francisco Mar-
tinez Jr. of Umatilla; a girl,
Isabela Juanita Martinez.
JUNE 6, 2016
RAMIREZ — Alissa
M. Ramirez and Michael R.
Ramirez of Umatilla; a girl, So-
Shia Arcadia Maria Ramirez.
Marriage licenses have been regis-
tered in Umatilla County for:
Christopher Timothy Atwood, 22,
and Emily Danielle Spinden, 21, both of
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…I’m beginning to
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