RECORDS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2017 DEATH NOTICES HERMISTONHERALD.COM • A5 OBITUARY BIRTHS Clark R. Moore Marlene Joy Sharer McFadden Hermiston Aug. 7, 1940-April 16, 2017 Umatilla December 31, 1934-April 11, 2017 Clark R. Moore, 76, of Hermiston died Sunday, April 16, 2017, in Hermiston. He was born Aug. 7, 1940, in Miles City, Mont. A graveside service will be held Satur- day, April 22, at 3 p.m. at the Hermiston Cemetery. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burnsmortuaryhermiston. com. Marlene Joy Sharer joyed doing family history McFadden, 82, of Umatil- work, music, and having la, Oregon, died April 11, family reunions. Her chil- 2017. Her final days were dren, grandchildren, and spent with family, who great-grandchildren were her life. loved her dearly, by She was preced- her side. ed in death by her Marlene was born husband Roy as well December 31, 1934, as her sister, Jan- in Hillsboro, Ore- ice Burbank. She gon, to Bill and Mu- is survived by her riel Holt Bedortha. children and their She was the oldest of spouses: Debi Har- four girls. She grew McFadden rison, Dean (Julia) up in Clatskanie, Oregon, and graduated Harrison, Dwain (Carol) Crosby, Darin (Carleen) from high school in 1953. She married and worked Crosby, Shelly (David) Lo- in the Portland and Bend ugee, and Angie (Robert) areas during her early life. Tidwell; 23 grandchildren; From those earlier marriag- 22 great-grandchildren; and es she had four children: many nieces and nephews. A funeral service was Dean and Debi Harrison, and Dwain and Darin Cros- be held on Tuesday, April by. In 1966 she married 18, 2017, at 2 p.m. at the Roy Sharer; they moved Church of Jesus Christ of to Hermiston, Oregon, and Latter-day Saints, 15 Grant had two children, Shelly Ave., Umatilla, Oregon. Sharer Lougee and Ang- Burial will be on Wednes- ie Sharer Tidwell. They day, April 19, 2017, at 1 moved to the Prineville p.m. at Juniper Haven Cem- etery, Prineville, Oregon. area after Roy retired. Please sign the online Marlene worked as a cook in restaurants condolence book at burns- throughout her life. She en- mortuaryhermiston.com. Jeannette Elaine Fischer Hermiston Jan. 24, 1931-April 13, 2017 Longtime St. Helens resident Jeannette Elaine Fischer, 86, of Hermiston died Thursday, April 13, 2017, in Herm- iston. She was born Jan. 24, 1931, in Marinette, Wis. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday, April 21, at 11 a.m. at St. Frederic Catholic Church, 175 S. 13th St., St. Helens. Private burial will be held at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burnsmortuaryhermiston.com. Don W. Culp Sr. Echo Oct. 10, 1947-Apil 14, 2017 Longtime Echo resident Don W. Culp Sr., 69, died Fri- day, April 14, 2017, in Kennewick, Wash. He was born Oct. 10, 1947, in Walla Walla. A private family gathering will be held. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burns- mortuaryhermiston.com. Violet Mae Abercrombie Hermiston Feb. 13, 1931-April 13, 2017 Violet Mae Abercrombie, 86, of Hermiston died Thurs- day, April 13, 2017, at her home. She was born Feb. 13, 1931, in Blackfoot, Idaho. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, April 19, at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 850 S.W. 11th St., Hermiston. Burial will follow at the Pleasant View Cemetery in Stan- field. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrange- ments. Sign the online condolence book at burnsmortuary- hermiston.com. Billy N. Fender Hermiston April 4, 1936-April 7, 2017 Billy N. Fender, 81, of Hermiston died Friday, April 7, 2017, in Hermiston. He was born April 4, 1936, in Flag Pond, Tenn. A graveside service with military honors will be held Saturday, April 22, at 2 p.m. at the Hermis- ton Cemetery. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burns- mortuaryhermiston.com. William ‘Bill’ ‘Old Sea Dad’ Fisk Umatilla Dec. 3, 1930-April 11, 2017 William “Bill” “Old Sea Dad” Fisk, 86, of Umatilla died Tuesday, April 11, 2017, in Oregon City. He was born Dec. 3, 1930. A celebration of life service with military honors will be held Saturday, April 22, at 11 a.m. at Burns Mortuary chapel in Hermiston. A potluck gathering will follow at 80036 Leathers Road, Hermiston. Burns Mor- tuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burnsmortuaryhermiston.com. Randy G. Johnson Hermiston March 12, 1974-April 9, 2017 Randy G. Johnson, 43, of Hermiston died Sunday, April 9, 2017, at his home. He was born March 12, 1974, in Hermiston. A celebration of life service will be held Sunday, April 23, at 2 p.m. at the Hermiston Conference Center. Private burial will be at the Hermiston Cemetery. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Sign the online condolence book at burnsmortuaryherm- iston.com. OBITUARY POLICY The Hermiston Herald publishes paid obituaries. The obituary can include small photos and, for veterans, a flag symbol at no charge. Expanded death notices will be published at no charge. These include information about services. Obituaries may be edited for spelling, proper punctuation and style. PUBLIC SAFETY LOG MONDAY, APRIL 17 11:05 a.m. — A caller found a syringe on the street while walking her dog, at East Jennie Avenue, Hermiston, and wants to know how to dispose of it. 5:08 p.m. — A caller reported a female possibly screaming, and not stopping, at Northeast 7th and East Jennie Avenue. SUNDAY, APRIL 16 4:20 a.m. — Five shots were reported fired from the direction of A Quiet Living Mobile Home Park on Northwest 11th Street, Hermiston. 5:39 p.m. — People reported drinking on the property of Rocky Heights Elementary School, West Standard Avenue, Hermiston. 8:08 p.m. — A possible suicidal female was reported at Regency Hermiston on West Juniper Avenue. SATURDAY, APRIL 15 12:24 a.m. — Shots fired at South- west 13th Place, Hermiston. Car alarm, screaming and then several shots were heard from the street. 2:01 p.m. — Six males were physically fighting at Southeast 5th Street, Hermiston. 3:05 p.m. — A fight was reported at Desert Rose Ministries, East Main Street, Hermiston. 10:08 p.m. — A man assaulted a woman at East Main Street, Hermis- ton, and is being detained by security. FRIDAY, APRIL 14 6:39 a.m. — Someone at Ashley Manor is reported to be “tearing up the place,” on Southwest Manzanita Place, Hermiston. 3:33 p.m. — A woman reported that she and her child are being harassed, at West Beebe Avenue, Hermiston. THURSDAY, APRIL 13 11:06 a.m. — A caller reported a stolen vehicle at Southwest Riverhill Drive 8:21 p.m. — A caller reported harassment via text and Facebook, at East Highland Avenue, Hermiston. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 9:11 a.m. — A caller requested a police phone call about a co-worker who just passed away. 12:20 p.m. — An intoxicated man in a large blue truck ran into the building at the Bottle Drop on West Hermiston Avenue. 3:32 p.m. — Harassment reported at West Joseph Avenue, Hermiston. 6:21 p.m. — A caller requested a welfare check on a homeless man in a yellow jacket and brown overalls is out in the parking lot in the rain, screaming, at Safeway on South Highway 395. 7:12 p.m.- A caller at Country Squire Estates, Northeast 10th Ave- nue, Hermiston, reported her father came over and verbally assaulted her. 8:56 p.m. — A caller at Village East Apartments, East Dogwood Avenue, reported that three male subjects knocked on his door, and that a woman in a white coat was waiting on the street. By the time he got to the door, the group had left and was walking eastbound on Dogwood, but left a white rock in front of his door. Neighbors are telling him his apartment is being marked. The caller is new in town and is not sure what is going on, and would like an officer to come by. 8:58 p.m. — A suicidal subject was reported at Southwest Amber Court, Hermiston. TUESDAY, APRIL 11 5:00 p.m. — An assault at West Cherry Avenue and North 1st Street, Hermiston, was reported. 8:43 p.m. A runaway girl was re- ported at South 1st Street, Hermiston. MONDAY, APRIL 10 4:05 p.m. — A white male in his 30s was reported to be stalking a 25 year-old female, on Northwest 3rd Street, Hermiston. 4:28 p.m. — A person dropped off at the police station some ammuni- tion he found behind his apartment at Southwest 17th Street, Hermiston. 5:14 p.m. — A juvenile is out of control at Southeast 6th Street, Hermiston. 8:43 p.m. — Report of shots fired near East Side Market, between East Hurlburt Avenue and Southeast 7th Street, Hermiston. Two series of five automatic shots were reported, but police were unable to locate the source. 9:18 p.m. — An arrest was made See LOGS, A6 Good Shepherd Medical Center, Hermiston APRIL 2, 2017 KONECNY — Megan E. Konecny and Otto W. Konecny of Hermiston: a girl, Lily Olivia Konecny. APRIL 7, 2017 HUGHES — Eileen Perez and Anthony Hughes of Hermiston: a girl, Melania Emma Italia Hughes. APRIL 8, 2017 ALVARADO — Briseida Sanchez and Juan A. Alvara- do of Hermiston: a boy, Zael Antonio Alvarado. APRIL 11, 2017 GARCIA — Victoria Erevia-Garcia and Carlos Reyes Garcia of Hermiston: a boy, Dionicio Richard Garcia. St. Anthony Hospital, Pendleton APRIL 6, 2017 BARKER — Katelyn M. Barker of Hermiston: a boy, Eli Augustus Barker. COURT REPORT SENTENCES PENDLETON — The following sen- tences have been imposed in Umatilla County courts: FELONY •Shalon Garlynn Angel, 40, Herm- iston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine: sentenced to 2 years probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, 120 hours com- munity service, $1,000 fine, $2,000 fine-suspended and 6 months driver’s license suspension; pleaded guilty to Attempt to Elude Police: sentenced to 6 months jail, 1 year post-prison su- pervision, $200 fine and 1 year driver’s license suspension; pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving: sentenced to $100 fine and 1 year driver’s license suspen- sion; pleaded guilty to Failure to Ap- pear I: sentenced to 2 years probation, 120 sanction units, 60 maximum jail units and $200 fine-suspended. MISDEMEANOR •Stephen Robert Wilson, 30, Uma- tilla, pleaded guilty to DUII: sentenced to 60 days jail, 120 days jail-suspend- ed, 30 months probation, 160 hours community service, $2,755 fine, $2,500 fine-suspended, $248 restitution and 3 years driver’s license suspension, plus court costs and fees; pleaded guilty to Failure to Perform Duties of Driver-property damage: sentenced to $100 fine and 1 year driver’s license suspension. •Ernesto Cancino, 27, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to DUII: sentenced to 30 days jail, 150 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $2,255 fine, $1,000 fine-sus- pended and 1 year driver’s license sus- pension, plus court costs and fees. •Dylan Michael Ostrom, 21, Stan- field, pleaded guilty to Assault IV-do- mestic violence: sentenced to 17 days jail, 163 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service and $250 fine, plus court costs and fees. •Eddy Bert Schuening, 69, Hermis- ton, pleaded guilty to DUII: sentenced to 2 days jail, 178 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $2,255 fine, $1,000 fine-suspended, 1 year driver’s license suspension and restitution to be deter- mined, plus court costs and fees. ton and Karla Elisabeth Lepe of Uma- tilla. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses have been reg- istered in Umatilla County for: Julio Cesar Sotelo, 22, and Angelica Francis Alarcon, 19, both of Hermiston. SUITS FILED The following suits have been filed in Umatilla County courts: •Midland Funding LLC vs. Donita Heihn: seeks $20,977.64 plus interest, costs and fees. •Midland Funding LLC vs. Paola Hurtado: seeks $1,553.95 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Christian (Chris) Valdez and Naomie Ruth Valdez (Lem- mon) of Stanfield: seeks $7,917.95 plus interest, costs and fees. •CSO Financial Inc. vs. Kacilyn Greene (Davis) of Umatilla: seeks $215.83 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Elizabeth M. Her- nandez of Hermiston: seeks $2,032.50 plus interest, costs and fees. •Midland Funding LLC vs. Patrick Conner: seeks $2,610.35 plus interest, costs and fees. •Midland Funding LLC vs. Robert Durbin: seeks $2,435.30 plus interest, costs and fees. •Midland Funding LLC vs. Elsie Montanez: seeks $890.67 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. James and Mi- chelle M. Gaede of Echo: seeks $1,734.51 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Michelle R. Mack of Echo: seeks $370 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Cecilia Nuevo of Hermiston: seeks $982.63 plus inter- est, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Michael Siler of Stanfield: seeks $898.17 plus interest, costs and fees. •Credits Inc. vs. Bonnie Humphrey of Hermiston: seeks $2,932.13 plus in- terest, costs and fees. •Midland Funding LLC vs. Rember- See COURTS, A6 •Geovanni Sanchez, 24, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Failure to Appear II: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $1,000 fine and $750 fine-sus- pended, plus court costs and fees. •Lynn Howard Waters, 53, Hermis- ton, pleaded no contest to Maintaining a Dangerous Dog: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 60 hours community service, $1,000 fine and restitution to be determined, plus court costs and fees; pleaded no contest to Recklessly Endangering An- other Person: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation and $100 fine. 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