Seaside signal. (Seaside, Or.) 1905-current, August 02, 2019, Page A2, Image 2

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July 21
4:05 a.m., 300 block North Prom:
Police respond to a report from
a person who said they found
a lost child in the area. Offi cer
assist in reuniting child with its
Police log
July 19
7:25 a.m., N. Wahanna: A de-
ceased person is reported.
12:42 p.m., Broadway: A 5-year-
old child reported missing is
located and reunited with its fa-
July 20
8:18 a.m., 1000 block North
Prom: Police assist Medix with a
possible overdose.
11:21 a.m., Police headquarters:
A person came in to register as a
sex off ender.
1:33 p.m., 500 block South Frank-
lin: Caller reports female who
jumped her fence and knocked
over numerous items in her yard
before forcing the gate open
and taking off . Police searching
the area are unable to locate the
3:37 p.m., Beach and Brew: Police
respond to a request for a welfare
check regarding a male slumped
over in a wheelchair. Offi cers
contact subject who said he was
fi ne and heading to the store.
July 22
12:50 a.m., 1200 block Avenue B:
Subjects creating a disturbance
in the woods are advised to pack
up and move along.
1:26 a.m., 400 block South Roo-
sevelt: A subject is arrested on a
9:27 a.m., Ocean Way restrooms:
Subjects reported sleeping in the
restrooms are gone prior to po-
lice arrival.
6:04 p.m., 3300 block Sunset
Blvd: Police assist another agency
July 23
3:13 a.m., First and Necanicum:
Police respond to a report of a
person screaming; upon contact
with the subject, the person said
they were okay and were speak-
ing with a friend and they are
alright. No further action taken.
5:22 a.m., 300 block South Roos-
evelt: Subjects are trespassed.
6:05 a.m., 1300 block Ninth Ave-
nue: Police respond to a report
of people in a van parked out-
side their property. Subjects are
warned of unlawful lodging.
11:14 p.m., Second Avenue and
Ocean Shore: A person using ille-
gal fi reworks is warned addition-
al contact will result in a citation.
July 25
July 22
9:15 p.m., Police headquarters: A
found wallet is turned in to the
police department.
10:03 a.m. Highway 26: Emergency
medical response.
11:35 p.m., Avenue A and Prom:
Unnecessary noise is reported.
July 23
9:45 a.m., 3100 block Sunset: Water
3:26 p.m., Semaphore 3: Water res-
Fire log
July 19
6:02 a.m., 400 block S. Holladay:
Emergency medical response.
July 24
11:15 a.m., 700 block Avenue B:
Emergency medical response.
8:05 a.m., N. Prom: Emergency
medical response.
1:53 p.m., 1100 block Broadway:
Fire investigation.
July 24
6:22 p.m., Beerman Creek: Motor
vehicle accident requiring emer-
gency personnel.
July 25
2:54 a.m., 500 block Beach Drive:
A disturbance is reported.
7:09 p.m., Third and Beach: Water
9:57 p.m., The Cove: Fireworks
off ense.
July 20
10:59 p.m., 17th Avenue: After
receiving multiple reports of fi re-
works, police contacted a group
and warned them of city ordi-
11:05 p.m., Police headquarters:
A subject came in to register as
a sex off ender.
12:42 p.m., Neawanna Bridge:
Police and emergency personnel
respond to a motor vehicle acci-
dent with injuries.
6:33 p.m., 400 block South Roos-
evelt: Fire investigation.
2:06 p.m., Saddle Mountain rescue.
10:06 p.m., Avenue A and Beach:
Subjects who had a fi re near dune
grass are ordered to extinguish the
fi re; they left the area shortly after.
Oregon State Police
July 21
Unsecured materials
10:03 p.m., Kloochy Creek: Fire
On July 29 at 8:51 a.m., on High-
way 101 near Hillila Lane in
Gearhart , a female caller report-
ed large metal objects falling
off a cargo trailer being pulled
by a construction vehicle. The
driver of the construction ve-
hicle, a 27-year-old male, was
located by poice and contacted;
he agreed to return to the area
to retrieve the lost materials.
ODOT Incident Response Team
on scene to assist locating ma-
terials. A citation was issued to
the driver.
Drowsy man drifts off road,
strikes trees
On July 29 at 8:45 p.m., on High-
way 101 near MP 17, police say a
sleepy male driver drifted off the
road, his vehicle hitting a Lewis
and Clark Trail sign and several
trees prior to coming to rest in
a ditch. The driver, a 55-year-
old male, was transported to
Columbia Memorial Hospital for
injuries received from the crash.
The Clatsop County Sheriff ’ Of-
fi ce was on scene, as well as the
Gearhart Fire Department and
Medix. The man’s Jeep Chero-
kee was left on scene; he said he
would arrange for a tow.
Stephen Allen Roberts
William Anthony Pappas
May 25, 1949 — July 15, 2019
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Nov. 24, 1953–July 25, 2019
Stephen Allen Roberts died of pancre-
atic cancer on July 15, 2019, at 12:54 a.m.
He was surrounded by family, friends and
Barb, his wife of 39 years.
Steve was born on May 25, 1949, in
Portland, Oregon, to his parents, Howard
W. Roberts II and Lou-
ise Moore Roberts. Steve
and his brothers, Howard
III (who preceded him in
death) and Dan, and his
sister, Nita, were raised
and schooled in Indepen-
dence, Oregon, where they
were blessed with numer-
ous aunts, uncles, cousins,
nieces and nephews.
Steve served in the
Army, and was stationed
in Germany during the
Vietnam War. Shortly
after retiring from active
duty, Steve reconnected
with the love of his life,
Barb Connelly, and they were married on
Aug. 15, 1981.
They began married life together in
British Columbia, Canada, where they
gleefully lived in a log cabin with no run-
ning water or electricity, but to them life
was perfect.
Upon returning to Oregon, Steve was
hired by Oregon Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA). He served
as a senior compliance offi cer in Clat-
sop County. Steve was a very dedicated
employee for 20 years, until he had to retire
due to Crohn’s disease complications.
During his employment, Steve took the
health and safety of employees as his per-
sonal responsibility, and was committed to
ensuring companies sent their employees
home safe and sound.
Receiving the diagnosis of pancreatic
cancer in April 2019, Steve chose not to
undergo chemotherapy. Instead, he decided
to be thankful for the time he had left and
the life he had lived, especially the 39
years he shared with Barb.
In his fi nal months, Steve enjoyed rem-
iniscing with family and friends about his
many years of community contributions,
including but not lim-
ited to, Foster Parenting
for 5½ years, Boy Scouts
of America Webols Men-
tors and Camp Pioneer
program director, vol-
unteer fi refi ghter, 2008
Regatta president, creator
of Moose Lodge Holiday
decorations and lodge vol-
unteer and Astoria-War-
renton Area Chamber
of Commerce Crab and
Seafood Festival and
One of Steve’s favor-
ite projects was assist-
ing Barb on the annual
Christmas Wishing Tree program. Over the
years, this program provided gifts to more
than 35,000 children, who would have oth-
erwise gone without on Christmas day.
Steve will always be remembered for
his fondness of Louis L’Amour books,
hunting for deer and mushrooms and his
many dogs who gave him loyal compan-
ionship over the years. He is now at home
with the Lord, and is survived by his wife,
Barb, and his dog, Zeebers.
A remembrance celebration of life will
be held for Steve on Aug. 17, 2019, from
4 to 8 p.m., at the Astoria Moose Lodge
408/422. All are welcome to attend, share
stories of Steve and spend time with
Barb before she moves to Independence,
In lieu of fl owers, please consider dona-
tions in the name of Barb Roberts to assist
her as she begins a new chapter in life.
On Thursday, July 25, 2019, William
(Bill) Anthony Pappas passed away sud-
denly at the age of 65. Bill — Billy to
friends and family — was born on Nov.
24, 1953, in Oroville, California.
In his own words, the best
and most important decision
Bill ever made was to ask his
beloved wife, Diana, to marry
him. Raising an eternal family
was his greatest work in life.
Bill led his family with quiet
strength, teaching — often
without words — how to love,
give, serve, work and have
Bill was a creator; he loved
to work with his hands. From gardening to
woodworking, Bill never stopped making
things. His creative talent shone brightest
through the poems he wrote, and the food
he cooked. He wrote poems for most of
his life, and gave them selfl essly to those
he loved. He created works of art with his
food, and shared them with everyone. His
love, heart and strength will be missed by
all whose lives he touched.
Bill is survived by his wife,
Diana, and seven children:
Danita, Samuel, Russell, Jaeda,
Randon, Casey and Anthony;
two brothers, Donny Martin and
Randy Pappas; and his sister,
Lynda Flanery.
He is welcomed to heaven’s
warm embrace by: his father,
Samuel Pappas; his mother, Fran-
ces Leonard; and his brother,
Mike Martin.
A memorial service for Bill will be
held at the Latter-day Saints Church,
located at 1403 S. Wahanna Road in Sea-
side, on Saturday, Aug. 3, at 1 p.m. All
who knew Bill are welcome.
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