A2 • Friday, February 21, 2020 | Seaside Signal | SeasideSignal.com PUBLIC SAFETY LOGS SEASIDE FIRE & RESCUE PUBLIC SAFETY LOG Feb. 9 2:17 a.m., 900 block N. Hol- laday: Emergency medical response. Feb. 10 12:13 a.m., 1700 block 12th Avenue: Emergency medi- cal response. 10:46 a.m., Avenue U: Fire alarm. Feb. 11 9:02 a.m., 600 block 15th Avenue: Emergency medi- cal response. 12:11 p.m., 2400 block N. Highway 101: Emergency medical response. parked in the area denies the allegation and says she is only waiting for the bus. 4:08 p.m., 700 block Ave- nue Q: Police respond to a report of an abandoned PT Cruiser left at the car wash with no wheels. Feb. 12 6:24 a.m., Highway 101 MP 29: Police respond to a report of a truck losing its load northbound from Cannon Beach. 11:21 a.m., Edgewood and Avenue U: A person is ar- rested on a warrant. 1:31 p.m., 12th and Prom: Police respond to a report of an intoxicated person teetering about; person is intoxicated but not a dan- ger to themselves or oth- ers. 10:37 a.m., 2000 Spruce: Fire alarm. 10:45 p.m., 33000 block Beerman Creek: Police as- sist another agency with a disturbance. Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 12 12:49 pm., 600 block Farrell Court: Emergency medical response. 3:28 p.m., Avenue T and Roo- sevelt: A person is cited for not stopping for a stopped school bus. 4:26 pm., 1100 block Sixth Avenue: Emergency medi- cal response. 5:42 p.m., 700 block S. Wah- anna: A man reported hid- ing in a women’s restroom is escorted oﬀ property by security. Later attempts by police to locate the person to trespass him are unsuc- cessful. Jodie A. (Gelbrich) Myer Richard B. Gurwell Virginia Beach, Virginia Jan. 19, 1955 – Feb. 10, 2020 Casa Grande, Arizona Aug. 3, 1931 – Feb. 9, 2020 Jodie A. (Gelbrich) Myer, 65, died Feb. 10, 2020, in Virginia Beach, Vir- ginia. She was born Jan. 19, 1955, in Oregon City, Oregon, the daughter of the late Charles and Karen (Bigbee) Gelbrich. Jodie attended Astoria High School and gradu- ated from Clatsop Community Col- lege with an asso- ciate’s degree in nursing. She became a registered nurse in the early 2000s, and worked at many hospitals across the U.S. as a travel nurse including in Oregon, Hawaii, Washington, Colo- rado, Arizona, Maryland and Virginia. She had many friends who spanned the U.S. In her own words, she was a fol- lower of Christ, a grandma and a retired RN. She is survived by her son, Jeremy Myer, and his wife, Rachel, of Exeter, New Hampshire; two grand- children, Helena Rose and Jace Christopher; three broth- ers, Tim and his wife, Mar- cia, of Portland, Mark and his wife, Kathy, of Virginia Beach, and Neal and his wife, Annette, of Canby; and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of life cer- emony will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 22, at the Warrenton Community Center, 170 S.W. Third St., Warrenton. Those who wish to remember Jodie in a spe- cial way may make gifts in her memory to the National Fragile X Association via fragilex.org/donate DEATH NOTICES OREGON STATE POLICE SEASIDE POLICE DEPT. OBITUARIES PUBLIC SAFETY LOG PUBLIC SAFETY LOG Monty E. Hamlin Monty E. Hamlin, 57, of Raymond, WA died on Feb 12, 2020 in Vancouver, WA. Ocean View Funeral & Cremation Service of Astoria. Richard B. Gurwell (Dick), passed away after a long battle with cancer on February 9, 2020, in Casa Grande, Ari- zona. He was 88 years old. He was born Aug. 3, 1931, in Seaside, Oregon, where he lived, and went on to graduate from Seaside High School in 1949. He then attended Wa s h i n g t o n State Univer- sity for a year, and played bas- ketball for the Cougars. He came back to Seaside, and in October 1950, married his high school sweetheart, Elsie Fern Smith. They had almost 70 years together. Dick enlisted in the Army Engineer Corps, serving two years in Ger- many as a ﬁ rst sergeant. Upon his discharge, he pursued a career in the tim- ber industry, and it took him all over the Northwest. His life was spent coaching youth sports. He spent many years as a Lit- tle League coach in Rain- ier, Oregon. He was active in Timber sports, and announcing Timber shows throughout the Northwest. He worked tirelessly for the American Legion, becom- ing post com- mander of Post No. 45 in LaP- ine, Oregon. He leaves behind his wife Elsie Fern Smith of Casa Grande, Arizona; two daughters, Deb- orah Fowler and Roseanna Wagner; a son, Richard Gun- ner Gurwell; ﬁ ve grandchildren, Andrew Fowler, Danielle Stanley, Marcus Stanley, Austin Gurwell and Alexandra Gurwell; and six great-grandchil- dren, Ty and Kiara Fowler, Kaylea and Hunter Stanley and Ada and Lucy Wagner. A celebration of life cer- emony will be held later this spring. The family is ask- ing that in lieu of ﬂ ow- ers, donations be made to Compassus Hospice, 1675 E. Monument Circle Plaza, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. Lake Oswego man crashes into ditch Feb. 9 12:28 a.m., 1500 block S. Franklin: A disturbance is reported. 2:30 a.m., 1600 block N. Franklin: Police assist Clat- sop County Sheriﬀ ’s oﬃ ce. 10:02 a.m., Police head- quarters: A dog found wandering on the Prom is lodged at the police ken- nel. 10:40 a.m., N. Holladay: A transient woman who un- packed all her belongings on private property re- fused to leave; police gave her 30 minutes to gather her things or be trespassed. 11:30 p.m., 1600 block S. Franklin: A good citizen turns in a found wallet. Feb. 10 3:30 a.m., 12th Avenue bridge: A person is arrested on a warrant. 7:57 a.m., 10th and Frank- lin: Suspicious circum- stances are reported. Feb. 11 6:05 a.m., 600 block N. Hol- laday: A woman reported trying door handles of cars On Feb. 9 at 7:36 a.m. on Highway 26 and Wunsch Road a 31-year-old Lake Oswego man lost control of his Ford on the ice and crashed into the west- bound ditch. There was signiﬁ cant damage to his vehicle, but he wasn’t hurt. Crash at the junction A person attempting to merge on to U.S. 26 from Highway 101 drove oﬀ the roadway on Feb. 9 at 12:27 a.m., crashing into the ditch. The driver was transport- ed to Columbia Memorial Hospital and a minor child who was in the car was tak- en from the scene by fami- ly who lives in the area. Minor charged with DUII A minor driver in a black Ford heading east on High- way 26 at 6:40 p.m., on Feb. 9 was stopped near MP 7 and subsequently arrested for driving under the in- ﬂ uence of intoxicants and driving with a suspended license. He was transport- ed to county oﬃ ces and given a blood test. ‘Hop’ aboard the carriage at history event Seaside Signal Jerry Bowman, Curator of the Northwest Carriage Museum will be the featured speaker at Seaside Muse- um’s History and Hops at 6 p.m. on Feb 27 at Seaside Brewing Co. Bowman, known for his vast knowledge of horse drawn vehicle history and restoration will talk about 19th-century transportation and share stories about the museum’s collection. The Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, Wash- ington, boasts one of the ﬁ n- est collections of 19th-cen- tury horse-drawn vehicles: including carriages, buggies, sleighs, wagons, and histori- cal artifacts. The museum was opened in 2002. Bowman and his wife, Laurie — the muse- um’s executive director — moved to Raymond 17 years ago and joined the museum in 2005. The collection has grown from 21 vehicles to 57, 30 of which Jerry has restored and conserved. The event, sponsored by the Seaside Museum and Historical Society, starts at 6 p.m. Seaside Brewing Co. is located at 851 Broadway. RIGHT Jerry and Laurie Bowman of the Northwest Carriage Museum. IF NOT YOU THEN WHO BE A CASA! CASA VOLUNTEER TRAINING Providence’s North Coast cardiology team invites you to celebrate your healthy heart. We’re proud to welcome Gary Greenberg, M.D. to Providence’s cardiology team. From left to right: Gary Greenberg, M.D.; Zach Caverley, PA-C; Robert Morse, D.O.; and Masud Ahmad, M.D. Join us as we celebrate National Heart Month with these fun and free heart-healthy offerings. ♥ Women’s Healthy Heart Tea ♥ Join Providence Seaside registered dietitian, Beth Schwenk, RD, LD to learn heart-smart eating habits. Light luncheon provided. 12:15 p.m., Friday, Feb. 14 Providence Seaside Hospital, Education Room A, 725 S. Wahanna Road ♥ ♥ Know Your Numbers ♥ Knowing your numbers is important for heart health. This heart ♥ health screening will help you identify your blood pressure, pulse, ♥ height, weight and body mass index (BMI). 1-4 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28 Providence Seaside Clinic, Suite ♥ 101, 725 S. Wahanna Road ♥ Heart Talk and Walk ♥ Providence cardiologist, Robert Morse, D.O., and Zach Caverley, ♥ PA-C invite you to join them for ♥ a presentation on heart health followed by a walk on the prom. 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 29 Learn how you can be trained in just a EIGHT weeks to make a difference in the life of a child in foster care In-person and online training are combined for all learning styles Classes are free to everyone Spring Training Begins March 11 th , 2020 We need volunteers more than ever to advocate for children in foster care. A Court Appointed Special Advocate is a community volunteer who advocates for a child who has been abused or neglected. CASA volunteers work hard to ensure that children in foster care in Clatsop County will have a safe and nurturing permanent home as soon as possible. Join us and make a difference. CLASSES AT CLATSOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE Contact us at 503-338-6063 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clatsopcasa.org Best Western Plus Ocean View Resort, 414 N. Prom Providence.org/northcoast Clatsop CASA Program complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age. Clatsop CASA Program operates its program, services and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws.