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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2017
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Ranald C. ‘Randy’ Jones
Delmer ‘Del’ Culver
Jessie B. (Tibbs) Tarter
July 18, 1935 - Nov. 20, 2017
February 20, 1931 - November 20, 2017
January 19, 1921 - November 18, 2017
Ranald C. “Randy” Jones, 82, of Hermiston died
Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, in Hermiston. He was born July
18, 1935, in Wenatchee, Wash. Visitation will be held
Friday, Nov. 24 from 1-5 p.m. in the Burns Mortuary
chapel in Hermiston. A celebration of life service with
military honors will be held Saturday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m.,
in the funeral home chapel. Burns Mortuary of Hermis-
ton is in charge of arrangements. Sign the online condo-
lence book at burnsmortuaryhermiston.com
Delmer “Del” Cul- ing, bowling and taking his
ver was born February 20, family to the Oregon coast.
1931, in Elgin, Oregon, to Always a tease and some-
Guy and Elmy (Hesner) what of a jokester, he loved
Culver. He passed away to “steal” cookie dough
and became quite
with his family by his
talented at making
side on November
Christmas candy. Del
20, 2017, in Hermis-
was a loving husband
and devoted father
Del lived in Elgin
during his childhood
He was preceded
where he attended
in death by his par-
school and grad-
ents; two sisters,
uated from Elgin
Elvera and Kath-
High School in
1949. After high school, he leen; and two brothers, Clif-
lived in Richland, Washing- ford and Marvin.
Delmer is survived by
ton, where he co-owned and
operated a service station his loving wife of 51 years,
Charlene (Kayce); daugh-
with his brother Marvin.
He married Charlene ters Pamela (Bill) Martin,
(Kayce) Kraft in Richland, Denise Honeyford, Lisa
Washington, on December (Thomas) Eppel, Teresa
10, 1966. The couple moved (Terry) Buchanan, Karla
to Prosser, Washington, Culver and Koni (Dave)
where Del worked for Twin Shaff; and only son Doug-
City Foods, operated a small las (Brooke) Honeyford.
family farm and worked for He was blessed with 11
Pendleton Grain Growers. grandchildren and five
The couple were caretakers great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will
at Grace Brethren Church
Camp and managers of sev- be held at 2 p.m. on Satur-
eral hotels and mobile home day, December 2, 2017, at
parks in both Washington the Country Church where
and Oregon. They moved Del was an active member.
Family suggests memo-
to Hermiston, Oregon, in
1999, where he worked until rial donations to the Lewy
his retirement and moved to Body Dementia Associa-
tion (LBDA), 912 Killian
Umatilla in 2006.
Del and Kayce were vol- Hill Road SW, Lilburn, GA
unteers at Agape House, 30047 (www.lbda.org).
To leave an online con-
Treasures Thrift Shop and
dolence for the family go to
the senior centers.
Del’s favorite pastimes www.burnsmortuaryherm-
included hunting, golf- iston.co
Jessie B. (Tibbs) Tarter ald began working for
died peacefully in her sleep Union Pacific Railroad and
on November 18, 2017, in Jesse ran the farm. Her chil-
Hermiston, Oregon, at the dren remember her making
age of 96.
cream to sell to Mayflower
Jessie is sur-
milk in Hermiston.
vived by sons Nor-
In the mid-1960s
her mother Mar-
water, Rodney (wife
tha bought her one
weaner pig. Jesse
and Randy, Bothell,
raised it, had it bred
and sold a litter of
weaner pigs. That
Tammy, Trent, Scott,
is how she bought
the family their first
Jeff, Nick, Jake, Natalie, color TV.
Josie, Kelli, Julie and Riley;
Jesse was an accom-
18 great-grandchildren; and plished baker and often
12 great-great-grandchil- her pies, Christmas can-
dren. She was preceded in dies and cookies were in
death by her husband Don- high demand. She was a
ald, daughter Patty Jo and warm and loving individ-
a grandson, Ty. Jessie was ual who loved nothing more
also preceded in death by than her family. Any family
her other seven siblings and get-together with children
husband Donald’s eight sib- around her would bring a
lings. She was the last of the smile to her face. She liked
greatest generation of the watching the Seahawks and
Tibbs and Tarter families.
bull riding. The only time
Jesse was born on Janu- she might get slightly upset
ary 19, 1921, in Baker City, with a stray great- or great-
Oregon, to James and Mar- great-grandchild was when
tha Tibbs. She graduated she was watching either and
from high school in Haines, they would wander in front
Oregon, in 1939 and later of the TV.
with a degree as a beauti-
A funeral service was
cian in La Grande, Oregon. held on Saturday, Novem-
She married Donald ber 25, 2017, at 10 a.m. at
Tarter in Weiser, Idaho, on Burns Mortuary chapel in
August 6, 1941, and during Hermiston, Oregon. Burial
World War II they moved will follow at the Hermis-
to Vancouver, Washing- ton Cemetery, Hermiston,
ton, where Donald built war Oregon.
ships. After the war they
Please sign the online
returned to Eastern Ore- condolence book at burns-
gon where they farmed and mortuaryhermiston.com
ranched in the Baker Val-
Burns Mortuary of
ley. They moved to Stan- Hermiston, Oregon, is in
field in 1953, where Don- charge of arrangements.
Keith Alan Myers
Dec. 24, 1972 - Nov. 25, 2017
Former Hermiston resident Keith Alan Myers, 44, of
Vancouver, Wash., died Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, at his
home. He was born Dec. 24, 1972. Vancouver Funeral
Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Norman M. Rasching
Dec. 13, 1946 - Nov. 27, 2017
Norman M. Rasching, 70, of Heppner died Mon-
day, Nov. 27, 2017, in Hermiston. He was born Dec. 13,
1946, in Colville, Wash. Arrangements are pending with
Burns Mortuary of Hermiston. Sign the online condo-
lence book at burnsmortuaryhermiston.com
James E. Welsheimer
April 29, 1947 - Nov. 25, 2017
James E. Welsheimer, 70, of Hermiston died Saturday,
Nov. 25, 2017, in Portland. He was born April 29, 1947,
in Coos Bay. Services are pending with Burns Mortuary
of Hermiston. Sign the online condolence book at burns-
of Hermiston: seeks $886.39.
The following sentences have
been imposed in Umatilla County:
•Credits Inc. vs. Gustovo Pompa
Rodriguez of Hermiston: seeks
•Marvin Lewis Strickland, 38,
Boardman, pleaded guilty to Posses-
sion of Methamphetamine: sentenced
to 3 months jail, 1 year post-prison
supervision and 6 months driver’s
•Capital One Bank vs. Gerardo
Botello: seeks $2,407.18.
•LVNV Funding LLC vs. Philip
Wesner: seeks $654.71.
•Credits Inc. vs. Ellan W. Hamp-
ton of Hermiston: seeks $1,187.88.
•Credits Inc. vs. Matthew and
Stormie Deacon of Hermiston: seeks
•Vanessa Ashley Dunmeyer, 26,
Hermiston, pleaded not guilty to Pos-
session of Methamphetamine: sen-
tenced to 18 months probation, 90
sanction units, 30 maximum jail units
and 80 hours community service
The following judgments have
been rendered in Umatilla County
(interest and court fees not listed):
•Juan de Dios Lopez Avila, 25,
Boardman, pleaded guilty to Forg-
ery I and Identity Theft: sentenced to
2 years probation, 90 sanction units,
30 maximum jail units, 80 hours
community service and $200 fine for
each count, and $1,480.38 restitution;
pleaded no contest to Negotiating Bad
Check: sentenced to 15 days jail and
$100 fine; pleaded no contest to Theft
II: sentenced to $100 fine (discharged).
•Derek Bradford Jeppeson, 36,
Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Assault-
ing a Public Safety Officer: sentenced
to 30 days jail, 150 days jail-sus-
pended, 3 years probation, 180 sanc-
tion units, 90 maximum jail units, 120
hours community service, $200 fine,
$800 fine-suspended and restitution
to be determined, plus court costs and
fees; pleaded guilty to Assault IV-do-
mestic violence: sentenced to 180 days
jail-suspended, 3 years probation,
$100 fine and $900 fine-suspended.
•Kari Lynn Rytting, 36, Irrigon,
was convicted of Failure to Appear I:
sentenced to 2 years probation, 120
sanction units, 60 maximum jail units
and $100 fine; pleaded guilty to DUII:
sentenced to 30 days jail, 150 days
jail-suspended, 2 years probation,
$355 fine, $900 fine-suspended and 1
year driver’s license suspension, plus
court costs and fees; pleaded guilty
to Felon in Possession of Restricted
Weapon: sentenced to 180 days
jail-suspended, 2 years probation and
$200 fine-suspended; pleaded guilty
to two counts of Failure to Appear II;
sentences to discharge.
•Credits Inc. vs. Donica M. Dig-
gins of Boardman: judgment for
•Mark Andres Johnston, 46, Irri-
gon, pleaded guilty to Failure to
Appear I: sentenced to 2 years pro-
bation, 120 sanction units, 60 maxi-
mum jail units, $750 fine and $1,000
fine-suspended, plus attorney fees.
James Fisher Fagan and Paula
Christine Fagan of Echo; Courtney M.
Zieske and Sean M. Zieske of Hermis-
ton; Alyssa Jenee Hendren of Herm-
iston and Wesley Aaron Hendren of
Irrigon; Rodney Joel Rainey of Herm-
iston and Lauri Amanda Rainey of
The following suits have been
filed in Umatilla County courts (inter-
est, court costs and fees not listed):
•Credits Inc. vs. Juan Avila Soto of
Hermiston: seeks $7,394.
•Credits Inc. vs. Jaime and Glo-
ria Rosales of Hermiston: seeks
•Credits Inc. vs. Armando Munoz
Jr. of Hermiston: judgment for
•Credits Inc. vs. Kenneth L. Givens
of Irrigon: judgment for $7,008.06.
•Credits Inc. vs. John Clay-
ton Leija of Irrigon: judgment for
•Credits Inc. vs. Maria K. Wine-
barger of Hermiston: judgment for
•Credits Inc. vs. Meagan S.
Shaver of Hermiston: judgment for
•Portfolio Recovery Associates
LLC vs. Nathan R. Steffl of Hermiston:
judgment for $4,443.20.
•Credits Inc. vs. Leticia Madrigal
of Umatilla: judgment for $681.91.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Tina Trana of Hermiston:
judgment for $1,739.90.
•The Bluffs Owners Association
Inc. vs. Jessica R. Long of Umatilla:
judgment for $1,285.31.
•Credits Inc. vs. Edgar Ramos of
Boardman: judgment for $524.91.
•Credits Inc. vs. Johnathon C.
Moore of Boardman: judgment for
PENDLETON — Divorce decrees
were signed in Umatilla County
PENDLETON — Marriage licenses
have been registered in Umatilla
Blake Edwin Le Clair, 24, and Ner-
issa May Issel, 22, both of Hermiston.
•Credits Inc. vs. Stefanie R. and
Daniel D. Blake of Umatilla: seeks
•Absolute Resolutions Invest-
ments LLC vs. Zachary Stephen Chris-
tensen of Stanfield: seeks $2,521.54.
•Midland Funding LLC vs. Teonna
Raymond: seeks $778.46.
•Midland Funding LLC vs. Crecen-
cio Avila: seeks $859.77.
•Pioneer Services vs. Peter
Rachor: seeks $8,515.96.
•Pioneer Services vs. Christopher
Rickard: seeks $10,756.88.
•Credits Inc. vs. Christopher
J. Wallace of Hermiston: seeks
•Credits Inc. vs. Nicole L. Depew
of Hermiston: seeks $678.27.
•Credits Inc. vs. Lanchi H. Nguyen
Colin James Winters
September 29, 1952 - November 21, 2017
Colin James Winters died
on November 21, 2017, in
Troutdale, Oregon, at the
age of 65. He was born on
September 29, 1952, in
Colin graduated from
Gresham High School in
1970. He then earned his
college degree in heat-
ing and air conditioning
at Clackamas Community
College. Colin served his
country as a crew chief in
the U.S. Army during Viet
1975, Colin married Col-
leen Sheehan in Portland,
Colin enjoyed riding his
Harley Davidson motorcy-
cles, watching Yankee base-
ball games and reading.
Colin is survived by his
loving wife Colleen Win-
ters, Umatilla, Ore.; son
Andrew (Sabrina) Win-
ters, Gresham, Ore.; daugh-
ter Maegan (Rudd) Skoubo,
Raymond, Wash.; his 10
siblings: sister Pam Ruten-
ber, Hermiston, Ore., sis-
ter Cassandra (Don) Carey,
Gresham, Ore., brother Herb
Winters, Condon, Ore.,
brother Randall (Marilyn)
Winters, Troutdale, Ore.,
sister Beverly Lucky, Idaho,
sister Darlene (Tom) McCa-
rthy, Gresham, Ore., sister
Sharon (Angelo) Caminiti,
Troutdale, Ore., and broth-
ers John Winters, Gresham,
Ore., Jay Winters, Umatilla,
Ore., and Jeff (Cathy) Win-
ters, The Dalles, Ore.; plus
four grandchildren, Chel-
sea, Andrew and Alyssa
Winters, and Reid Skoubo.
Colin was preceded in
death by his parents, Her-
LaNora E. Magnuson
April 15, 1942 - November 18, 2017
bert and Lenore Lampert
Winters, and granddaughter
Maeva Kaye Skoubo.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be given to
the Patriot Guard Rider
Recitation of the rosary
will be on Wednesday,
November 29, 2017, at 7
p.m. at Bateman Carroll
Funeral Home in Gresham,
Oregon. Funeral mass will
be on Thursday, Novem-
ber 30, 2017, at 10:30
a.m. at St. Henry Catholic
Church, 346 N.W. First St.
in Gresham, followed by a
concluding committal ser-
vice with military honors at
Willamette National Ceme-
tery in Portland.
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LaNora E. Magnuson of
She is survived by her
Vale, Oregon, former Herm- sons
iston resident, was born on (Deon), Mike Magnuson
April 15, 1942, in Boise, and Scott Magnuson (Sil-
Idaho, to parents Ray and via), all of Hermiston, Ore.;
daughter Karen Mag-
She died on Novem-
ber 18, 2017, in Vale,
Tenn.; brother Ken
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Linda Kahn, Eagle,
She was united in Magnuson Idaho; and five
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She was preceded in
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