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WEDNESDAy, JANuARy 2, 2019
OBITUARIES
COURTS
Joan (Jo) Katherine (Hamm) Lagerberg
Hermiston
Nov. 13, 1918 — Dec. 11, 2018
In 2008, Joan moved
Joan Katherine Lager-
berg was born in Milford, to the Portland area as her
Iowa, Nov. 13, 1918, to vision and hearing became
Elizabeth and Louis Mey- more impaired. She enjoyed
ers. She passed
living close to
away on Tuesday,
many of her rel-
atives there. She
Dec. 11, 2018, at
moved back to
the age of 100.
She married Ed
Hermiston
five
Hamm in 1944 and
years later and
moved to Bend,
took up residence
Oregon. They had
at Rose Arbor
five sons. They
retirement home.
later divorced. In
Jo was pre-
ceded in death
1982, she married
by her parents,
her high school Lagerberg
son, Barton; and
sweetheart, Ted
Lagerberg. They were mar- husband, Ted. She is sur-
ried six years before he vived by sons, Fred (Diane)
Hamm; Steve Hamm; Jim
passed away in Bend.
While she lived in Bend, Hamm; and Philip (Linda)
she knitted extensively for Hamm, six grandchildren,
everyone. She was a sup- four great-grandchildren,
porter of many local char- one great-great-grandchild,
ities and in her later years, and nieces and nephews
knitted countless stock- who adopted her after their
ing caps for the needy and mother, Jo’s sister, died.
homeless. She also enjoyed
A memorial mass will be
cooking and baking.
held at Our Lady of Angels
In 1990, she sold her Catholic Church in Herm-
Bend home and moved to iston on Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.,
Hermiston to be closer to followed by a celebration of
family — including three life in the parish hall. She
of her grandchildren. She was entombed in the mau-
became very involved with soleum at Deschutes Memo-
the seniors’ group and orga- rial Gardens in Bend beside
nized “Go With Jo,” which her husband, Ted.
bused seniors to local fes-
Arrangements
are
tivals and other interesting entrusted with Deschutes
events. She also enjoyed Memorial Chapel. Share
walking and put in her two online condolences at www.
miles a day rain or shine.
deschutesmemorial.com.
Betty Lou Camilla (Kielmeyer) Danner
Keizer, Ore.
June 10, 1928 — December 19, 2018
Betty
Lou
Camilla
(Kielmeyer) Danner, a res-
ident of Keizer, Ore., and
former Pendleton resident,
died Wednesday, December
19, 2018, at the age of 90.
She was born
June 10, 1928,
in Fergus Falls,
Minn., the only
child of Erwin W.
and Camilla M.
(Just) Kielmeyer.
She
graduated
from Fergus Falls
High
School
before
attend-
ing
Electronic Danner
Radio-Television
Institute in Minneapolis,
Minn.
Following completion
of her training in 1946, she
accepted a position in Port-
land, Ore., as a communica-
tions operator with United
Airlines. She met Ray-
mond S. Danner and they
were married at Made-
leine Catholic Church, Port-
land, on February 20, 1949.
They moved from Portland
to Pendleton in 1952 when
Raymond opened his law
practice.
From 1950 to 1957 they
had five children (Ray-
mond, Paul, Thomas, Linda
and Mark). Betty Lou was a
devoted mother who cher-
ished her children. She was
an active member of St.
Mary’s Catholic Church.
She also volunteered as
a Cub Scout den mother,
swim team timer and Altar
Society member. She and
Ray were members of the
Pendleton Elks Lodge and
Mr. and Mrs. Dance Club.
She loved boating and
waterskiing at the McNary
Yacht Club at Hat Rock.
In 1973 they relocated
from Pendleton to Keizer
where they built two homes.
Betty Lou and Ray would
sail in the San Juan Islands,
enjoying fresh caught crab
and scenic har-
bors, and had
many wonderful
hours traveling.
In December
1997 Ray died.
Betty Lou never
remarried.
She
was active with
St. Edwards Cath-
olic Church work-
ing with the Meals
on Wheels pro-
gram and a crochet group
donating over 100 shawls.
She also volunteered at the
Willamette Lutheran Home,
visiting residents and bright-
ening their days. Betty
Lou continued living in
her home until 2017 before
moving to assisted living in
Keizer. She enjoyed attend-
ing mass at St. Edwards,
playing dominos, and taking
trips to Puerto Vallarta, Sun-
river and the Oregon coast.
Betty Lou was a beauti-
ful, kind, selfless individ-
ual who would always offer
encouragement or a smile.
Preceding her in death
were her parents and hus-
band. She is survived by
her five children and their
spouses (Raymond /Linda;
Paul/Dian;
Tom/Janet;
Linda/Mike; and Mark/
Sara), seven grandchildren,
and six great-grandchildren.
A funeral mass was held
on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018,
at 11 a.m. at St. Edwards
Church in Keizer, Ore. Pri-
vate interment followed at
Willamette National Ceme-
tery, Portland.
BASIC TRAINING
Amanda M. Barron
U.S. Air Force Airman
Amanda M. Barron grad-
uated from basic
military
training
at Joint Base San
Antonio-Lackland,
San Antonio, Texas.
Barron
com-
pleted an intensive,
eight-week
pro- Barron
gram that included
training in military dis-
cipline and studies, Air
Force core values, physi-
cal fitness, and basic war-
fare principles and skills.
Airmen who complete
basic training also
earn four credits
toward an associ-
ate in applied sci-
ence degree through
the
Community
College of the Air
Force. Barron is
the daughter of
Jason and Malynda Bar-
ron of Hermiston, and a
2018 graduate of Hermis-
ton High School.
Sentences
Virginia Marie Bissinger
Hermiston
February 29, 1928 — December 15, 2018
Longtime
Stanfield
resident Virginia Marie
Bissinger, 90, of Hermis-
ton, Oregon, died Satur-
day, December 15,
2018, in Hermis-
ton, Oregon.
Virginia was
born on February
29, 1928, in Echo,
Oregon, to parents
Manuel C. and
Florence Picanso.
Virginia
gradu-
ated from Hermis-
ton High School in Bissinger
1946 and on Octo-
ber 11, 1946, married Berk-
ley O. Bissinger in Herm-
iston, Oregon. They were
married for 53 years before
his death in 1999.
Virginia
has
been
involved in a great many
church and civic organiza-
tions. She helped lead 4-H
clubs, and organized the
Stanfield Hunters Breakfast
to gift monies back to many
civic groups in the city of
Stanfield. She also served on
the Stanfield Library Board
and helped raise funds to
build the current Stanfield
library.
She was a member of the
Catholic Church in Echo and
Hermiston and was a long-
time member of the Catho-
lic Daughters and a volun-
teer for the Catholic Soup
Kitchen. Her cooking skills
were amazing and her recipe
of biscuits and gravy, along
with cinnamon rolls, drew
many a guest, neighbor and
family member for a gour-
met breakfast.
Virginia worked as a
restaurant cook, a munitions
clerk at the Umatilla Army
Depot, and for Lamb Weston
before her retirement.
Survivors include daugh-
ter Paula Egea
of Las Vegas,
Nev.; son Kelly
Bissinger
and
daughter-in-law
Dawn Bissinger;
grandsons Bryce
Bissinger
and
wife Ariana, and
Lee
Bissinger;
granddaughter
Pamela Sams; and
great-grands on
Ryan Sams.
Virginia was preceded in
death by her husband, her
parents, sister Alida, stepsis-
ters Gwendora and Frances;
and an infant brother.
In lieu of flowers, please
make contributions in Vir-
ginia’s memory to the Cath-
olic Daughters or the Stan-
field Public Library c/o
Burns Mortuary of Hermis-
ton, P.O. Box 289, Hermis-
ton, OR 97838.
Recitation of the Holy
Rosary will be held on Sat-
urday, January 5, 2019,
at 10:30 a.m. with Mass
of Christian Burial at
11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of
Angels Catholic Church,
565 W. Hermiston Ave,
Hermiston, Ore. Burial will
be at Pleasant View Cem-
etery at 2:00 p.m. in Stan-
field, Ore.
Please leave online con-
dolences for Virginia’s fam-
ily at burnsmortuaryhermis-
ton.com
Burns Mortuary of Herm-
iston, Oregon is in care of
arrangements.
DEATH NOTICES
PENDLETON — The
following sentences have
been imposed in Umatilla
County courts:
FELONY
•Sydney Nicole Riddle, 25,
Hermiston, pleaded guilty to
unauthorized use of Vehicle:
sentenced to 18 months
probation, 90 sanction units,
30 maximum jail units, 100
hours community service,
$500 fine, $1,000 fine-sus-
pended and 1 year driver’s
license suspension; plead-
ed guilty to Possession of
Stolen Vehicle: sentence to
discharge.
•Kristina Louise Montez, 31,
Stanfield, pleaded guilty to
unlawful use of Weapon:
sentenced to 50 months
Oregon Dept. of Corrections
(DOC), 10 months post-pris-
on supervision and $200
fine-suspended.
•Jessica Marie Gray, 31,
umatilla, was convicted
of Supplying Contraband:
sentenced to 14 months
Oregon DOC and 2 years
post-prison supervision;
pleaded guilty to Delivery
of Methamphetamine: sen-
tenced to 9 months Oregon
DOC and 2 years post-prison
supervision; pleaded guilty
to Assault IV: sentenced to
30 months Oregon DOC and
2 years post-prison supervi-
sion.
Suits Filed
PENDLETON — The follow-
ing suits have been filed
in Umatilla County courts
(interest, court costs and
fees not listed):
•Discover Bank vs. Russel G.
Weber of Hermiston: seeks
$16,489.34.
•Bonneville Billing & Col-
lections Inc. vs. Kandi K.
Trukositz of Hermiston: seeks
$608.19.
•Quick Collect Inc. vs. Tamara
and Andrew Bacon of Herm-
iston: seeks $495.37.
Beverly J. Buchanan-Peck
Hammond, Ore.
April 14, 1922 — Dec. 26, 2018
Former Hermiston resident Beverly J. Buchanan-Peck,
96, of Hammond, Ore., died Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2018,
at her home. She was born on April 14, 1922, in Missoula,
Montana. A graveside funeral service will be held Friday,
Jan. 4, 2019, at 1 p.m. at the Hermiston Cemetery. Burns
Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Leave
online condolences for the family at burnsmortuaryhermis-
ton.com.
Rose Margaret Foster
Gresham
Jan. 22, 1934 — Dec. 24, 2018
Former area resident Rose Margaret Foster, 84, of
Gresham died Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, in Gresham. She
was born Jan. 22, 1934. Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of Anderson’s Tribute Center, Celilo Chapel, 204 E.
Fourth St., The Dalles. Visit www.AndersonsTributeCenter.
com to leave a note of condolence for the family.
Norma K. Sharp
Hermiston
June 3, 1934 — Dec. 22, 2018
Norma K. Sharp, 84, of Hermiston, died Saturday, Dec.
22, 2018, in Hermiston. She was born June 3, 1934, in Chi-
cago, Illinois. Arrangements are pending with Burns Mortu-
ary of Hermiston. Leave online messages for the family at
www.burnsmortuaryhermiston.com.
Helen Joyce Maronda
Kennewick, Wash.
Jan. 24, 1935 — Dec. 18, 2018
Former area resident Helen Joyce Maronda, 83, of Ken-
newick, Wash., died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, in Kennewick.
She was born Jan. 24, 1934, in Monroe, Wash. Hillcrest
Bruce Lee Memorial Center in Pasco, Wash., is handling
arrangements.
Death: Coral Lynn (Kitchin) Pegram
Hermiston
Feb. 14, 1955 — Dec. 25, 2018
Coral Lynn (Kitchin) Pegram, 63, of Hermiston, died
Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2018, in Spokane, Wash. She was born
Feb. 14, 1955, in Caldwell, Idaho. A celebration of life ser-
vice will be held Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019, at 10:30 a.m. at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1035 S.E. Ninth
St., Hermiston. Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of
arrangements. Leave online condolences for the family at
burnsmortuaryhermiston.com.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Irma R. Galvez and
Rigo Arellano of Stanfield:
seeks $241.66.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Felipe Resendiz of
umatilla: seeks $893.92.
•Credits Inc. vs. Ryan and
Stephanie A. Kettler of Herm-
iston: seeks $504.69.
•Credits Inc. vs. Edgar Leal of
Hermiston: seeks $862.92.
•Credits Inc. vs. Rebecca J.
Labelle of Hermiston: seeks
$654.90.
•Credits Inc. vs. Jeremiah and
Rebecca Quesada of Board-
man: seeks $617.98.
•Midland Funding LLC vs.
Amber Stallings: seeks
$1,415.09.
•OneMain Financial Group
LLC vs. Maydee L. Daggett:
seeks $9,407.76.
•Portfolio Recovery Associ-
ates LLC vs. Kayla Kerr: seeks
$2,862.44.
Judgments
PENDLETON — The follow-
ing judgments have been
rendered in Umatilla Coun-
ty courts (interest, court
costs and fees not listed):
•Quick Collect Inc. vs. Rey-
naldo Meza of Hermiston:
judgment for $879.35.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Steven Weathers
of Stanfield: judgment for
$2,639.57.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Olivia Ramos of Herm-
iston: judgment for $609.59.
•Credits Inc. vs. Rosa Guzman
of umatilla: judgment for
$1,232.05.
•Capital One Bank vs. Efren
Nava of umatilla: judgment
for $2,727.99.
•Discover Bank vs. Michelle
Weber of Hermiston: judg-
ment for $7,219.97.
•Credits Inc. vs. Brenda Burri-
ght of Hermiston: judgment
for $436.02.
•Credits Inc. vs. Lauren Brad-
ley of Hermiston: judgment
for $2,256.55.
•Credits Inc. vs. Feliciano
Joaquin Pedro of Hermiston:
judgment for $1,144.41.
•Credits Inc. vs. Marlena
White of Hermiston: judg-
ment for $2,285.37.
•Credits Inc. vs. Danielle
Martin Kestler (Myers) of
Hermiston: judgment for
$1,137.33.
Marriages
•Evergreen Financial Ser-
vices Inc. vs. Robert Duane
Swales Jr. of Stanfield: seeks
$2,381.29.
PENDLETON — Marriage
licenses have been regis-
tered in Umatilla County
for:
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Travis McCann of
Stanfield: seeks $2,596.38.
Nathan John Hurty, 20, of
Stanfield and Sierra Marie
Summerfield, 20, of Pend-
leton.
•Evergreen Financial Services
Inc. vs. Amelia Ough of uma-
tilla: seeks $118.
•Toyota Motor Credit Corp.
vs. Vivian J. Sullivan of Herm-
iston: seeks $7,434.72.
•Credits Inc. vs. Maria Bur-
ciaga of Hermiston: seeks
$415.33.
•Credits Inc. vs. Katrina N.
Capote of umatilla: seeks
$1,238.58.
Michael Andrew Potts, 21,
and Victoria Marie Gutierrez,
22, both of Hermiston.
Nicholas Brandon Zook, 37,
of Boardman and Kristina
Renee Zook, 37, of umatilla.
Eduardo Torres, 26, and Iris
yumey Sandoval, 21, both of
Stanfield.
Alejandro Ramirez Carlos, 33,
and Carmen Tinoco Cortes,
27, both of Hermiston.
BIRTHS
St. Anthony Hospital, Pendleton
DEC. 14, 2018
LUTZ — Corrinna Lynn Jamison and Michael Bran-
don Lutz of Hermiston: a girl, Emma Marie Lutz.
Good Shepherd Medical Center, Hermiston
DEC. 14, 2018
VILLEGAS — Natasha Lynn Van Fossen and Sebas-
tian Angel Villegas of Hermiston: a boy, Sorin Alexan-
der Villegas.
DEC. 14, 2018
ACTON —Cara Nichole Acton and Jose Antonia Vil-
lalpando of Stanfield: a boy, Leovanni King Acton.
DEC. 20, 2018
MOSQUEDA — Katie Mosqueda and Michael
Mosqueda of Irrigon: a boy, Elijah Anthony Mosqueda.
DEC. 21, 2018
MOSHER — Aimee Mosher and Michael Mosher of
Hermiston: a boy, Kelsyn Andrew Mosher.
DEC. 23, 2018
VILLA MENDOZA — Alejandra Mendoza and
Victor J. Villa Araiza of Boardman: a boy, Thiago Villa
Mendoza.
POLICE LOG
THURSDAY, DEC. 20
3:12 p.m. — A man reported to Hermis-
ton Police that no one had seen or heard
from his daughter, and he reported her
missing.
FRIDAY, DEC. 21
1:06 p.m. — A caller reported suspi-
cious activity on Northwest 11th Street.
A young blond-haired woman urinated
herself and had no shoes on.
1:07 p.m. — A caller said that someone
has been driving her car, and keeps leav-
ing her places that she doesn’t want to go.
SATURDAY, DEC. 22
11:17 p.m. — There was a fight on
Northwest Stockton Street.
SUNDAY, DEC. 23
Avenue.
TUESDAY, DEC. 25
12:08 a.m. — A caller on West Park
avenue said their sister was suicidal and
tried to overdose.
12:45 a.m. — There were two homeless
subjects trying to get into West Park off
the Juniper side, on Southwest Seventh
Street.
4:49 p.m. — A drunk driver was
reported at South Highway 395 and East
Highland Avenue.
MONDAY, DEC. 24
10:36 p.m. — There was a two-vehicle
accident at West Hermiston Avenue, and
someone ran from the car.
11:37 p.m. — Someone was knocking
on doors and yelling at West Orchard
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26