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Roadwork continues south of Seaside
Cheri Jeanine Folk
Seaside Signal
Dec. 31, 1944 — June 26, 2019
Cheri Jeanine Folk died
peacefully at home in Gear-
hart, Oregon on June 26,
Cheri was born on Dec.
31, 1944, in Wendell, Idaho,
to Kenneth and
She grew up
near Sun Valley,
Idaho. She gradu-
ated from Seaside
High School, and
attended Linfi eld
Her brother,
Jan, preceded her
in death, along
with four half-brothers, and
a half-sister. She is survived
by her sister, Charline Smith
of Wendell, Idaho.
She also leaves behind
her husband of 29 years,
Del Folk; her two daugh-
ters, Debbie Doughty and
son-in-law Jeff, and Jen-
nifer Waldrip and son-in-
law Dave; stepdaughter
Marci Utti and son-in-law
Mark; stepson James Folk;
11 grandchildren, Jeffrey
(Jamie) Doughty, Alyssa
Doughty, Stephanie (Mike)
Moore, Courtney Doughty,
Katie (Todd) Coleman,
Benjamin Waldrip, Max
Waldrip and Emma, McK-
enzie, Allie and Maddie Utti;
two great-granddaughters,
Olivia Doughty and May-
ven Townsend; and stepsons
Eric and Brian Savage and
stepdaughter Rindy Shultz
and their families.
After 37 years in bank-
ing, in 2009 Cheri retired
as the president and CEO
of the Bank of Astoria and
member of the board of
directors. Cheri was the fi rst
female bank CEO in Ore-
gon. She also served on the
Oregon Bankers Associa-
tion Board.
Since retiring, Cheri
served diligently with the
American Association of
University Women, on the
board of Liberty Resto-
ration Inc., Asto-
ria High School
Scholarships Inc.,
the Lewis and
Clark National
Historical Park
Association and
the Astoria Golf
Club Ladies Golf
Club. She previ-
ously served on
the board of the Assistance
League of the Columbia
Pacifi c, the Clatsop County
Historical Society and is
director emeritus of the
Columbia River Maritime
Cheri served faithfully
in her membership in the
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints in various
volunteer leadership posi-
tions. She found great com-
fort in her faith and testi-
mony of God and his son,
Jesus Christ.
At her request, donations
in her honor can be made to
the American Association of
University Women or Lib-
erty Restoration Inc.
Services will be held
July 6, 2019, at 1 p.m. at the
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, 350 Niag-
ara Ave. Astoria, Oregon.
gravesite will be directly
after the service at Ocean
View Cemetery in Warren-
ton, Oregon.
Caldwell’s Luce-Lay-
ton Mortuary is in charge
of the arrangements. Please
sign our online guest book at
The Seaside Signal publishes paid obituaries. The obituary can include a small pho-
to and, for veterans, a fl ag symbol at no charge. The deadline for all obituaries is 9 a.m.
the business day prior. Obituaries may be edited for spelling, proper punctuation and
style. Death notices and upcoming services will be published at no charge. Notices
must be submitted by 9 a.m. the day of publication. Obituaries and notices may be
submitted online at, by email at ewilson@dai-, placed via the funeral home or in person at The Daily Astorian offi ce,
949 Exchange St. in Astoria. For more information, cal 503-325-3211, ext. 257.
Construction work in
Seaside continues on U.S.
Highway 101 south of Sea-
side, from mileposts 22.52 to
This project includes soft
spot repairs; asphalt grind-
ing and inlay; installing cen-
terline rumble strips north
of Beerman Creek; and new
permanent striping.
The traveling public can
expect single lane closures
at night to allow the contrac-
tor to perform work. The lane
closures will be Sunday night
through Friday morning,
7 p.m. to 7 a.m. During July
and August the lane closures
will be Sunday night through
Friday morning, 8 p.m. to
6 am. A pedestrian trans-
port vehicle will be avail-
able during working hours to
accommodate pedestrian and
bicycle traffi c.
The new pavement and
centerline rumble strips are
part of a larger project on
U.S. 101 between Dooley
Bridge to the junction of U.S.
26 and U.S. 101.
The project started in
May with deep repairs of the
asphalt and concrete along
U.S. 101 that have been in
poor condition.
New owners of Big Kahuna Pub and Grill receive liquor permit
Seaside Signal
With new owners, Cliff
and Debbie Duncan, the
Big Kahuna Pub and Grill
in Seaside came before the
City Council on June 24,
seeking a full on-premises
sale license, to allow the
sale of distilled spirits, malt
beverages, wine and cider.
A background check of
the couple, who recently
from Missoula, Montana,
showed “no disqualify-
ing factors,” according to
Detective Corporal Wil-
liam Barnes in his memo-
randum to the council. The
new owners plan on being
owner/operator and will
be managing the establish-
ment themselves.
The council unani-
mously voted to grant the
permit as requested.
Seaside man pulled over for
defective lighting
2:28 a.m., Broadway: A per-
son is arrested for DUII.
ical response.
On June 30 at 9:39 p.m., a
36-year-old man from Seaside
driving a silver Honda Civic
was pulled over for defec-
tive lighting. A check through
DMV showed the driver has a
suspended license. Other oc-
cupants of the vehicle did not
have valid driving privileges.
The vehicle was impounded.
June 24
Oregon State
Police Report
Portland woman charged
with DUII and reckless driv-
On June 30 at 8:53 p.m., a re-
porting party observed the
operator of a silver Honda Fit
driving erratically on Highway
26 near milepost 24 traveling
west. The reporting party be-
gan video recording the ve-
hicle and observed the driver
continuously failing to main-
tain their lane. Oregon State
Police pulled the vehicle over
at the Baker’s General Store
where the reporting party con-
tacted the driver and said they
seemed to be under the infl u-
ence of intoxicants. The driver
stated to police she had taken
various medications, including
Oxycodine and was borderline
diabetic. She was transport-
ed by Medix to Seaside Prov-
idence Hospital for medical
evaluation. The driver, Chris
Annette Boslar, 71 of Portland,
was later discharged and ar-
rested for DUII and transported
to the Seaside police head-
quarters where she provided
breath samples registering .15
blood alcohol content three
hours after being initially con-
tacted. She was additionally
charged with reckless driving.
Seaside Police
and Fire reports
Police log
June 21
1:07 a.m., Holladay and First: A
sick person is cared for. Medix
on scene.
1:28 a.m., Avenue A: Property
crimes are reported.
2:19 p.m., 400 block N. Down-
ing: A disturbance is reported.
June 22
1:22 a.m., 900 block 9th Avenue:
Police respond to a report of a
subject attempting to get into
their shed. Offi cers canvassing
the area were unable to locate
anyone fi tting the description.
11:15 a.m., 900 block S. Holl-
aday: Two deer are reported
running in the street. Police are
unable to locate.
2:21 p.m., The Cove: Police assist
another agency.
1:01 a.m., 700 block Holladay
Drive: A person is transport-
ed to detox.
1:27 a.m., Highway 26 and
101 Junction: Police assist
Oregon State Police with a
motor vehicle accident.
2:28 a.m., Avenue G and S.
Holladay: Suspicious circum-
stances are reported.
2:15 a.m., S. Hemlock: Police
assist Cannon Beach police
June 22
5:36 a.m., 12th and Beach:
Emergency medical response.
June 23
12:27 a.m., 1700 12th Avenue:
Emergency medical response.
2:38 a.m., 1000 block S. Down-
ing: Emergency medical re-
June 24
6:55 a.m., Forest Drive: Emer-
gency medical response.
7:25 p.m., The Cove: Police
assist with a water rescue.
4:40 p.m., N. Downing: Emer-
gency medical response.
June 25
June 25
10:53 p.m., 3100 block Sun-
set: Loiterers hanging around
the property of a hotel are
June 26
12:18 p.m., First Avenue:
Property crimes are reported.
June 27
12:03 a.m., 2300 block S. Roo-
sevelt: People using flash-
lights are reported as behav-
ing in a suspicious manner;
subjects told police they were
just looking for their dog.
11:26 p.m., End of the World:
Suspicious circumstances re-
3:31 a.m., Forest Drive: Emer-
gency medical response.
6:51 a.m., 800 block S. Roos-
evelt: Emergency medical re-
8:08 a.m., 1100 block S. Holla-
day Drive: Emergency medical
June 26
9:43 a.m., 1900 block N. Holl-
aday: Emergency medical re-
6:40 p.m., Beerman
Grass/brush fi re.
June 27
Fire log
9:23 a.m., Avenue U: Emer-
gency medical response.
June 23
June 21
1:53 a.m., Broadway: A person
is arrested for DUII.
4:16 a.m., 2500 block Mill
Creek Lane: Emergency med-
3:30 p.m., 300 block S. Wah-
anna: Emergency medical re-
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