Obituaries

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), January 28, 2002 | Go to article overview

Obituaries


Byline: The Register-Guard

Adelia Wojniak

SPRINGFIELD - Adelia M. "Dee" Wojniak of Springfield died Jan. 22 of age-related causes. She was 82.

Wojniak was born Dec. 16, 1919, in Wendling to Leon and Angela Stawowczych Wojniak.

After completing high school, she joined the U.S. Navy Corps. She later co-owned a beauty salon in Eugene. She retired in 1984.

She was a member of the Rhododendron Society and a beauticians' group.

Her interests included skiing, gardening, cooking and canning. She was enamored of Abyssinian cats.

Survivors include a sister, Mary Ruthven of Junction City; and a brother, Stanley of Eugene.

No services are planned. Buell Chapel in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.

Deloris Davis

SPRINGFIELD - Deloris Marcine Davis of Springfield died Jan. 25 of age-related causes. She was 68.

Davis was born Feb. 23, 1933, in Jefferson to Willis and Melva Wattenbarger Kelly. She married Richard Davis in Silverton on April 5, 1953.

She worked in the health care industry. She enjoyed helping the elderly and making Christmas stockings for her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband; a son, Wayne Davis of Lebanon; two daughters, Debra O'Halloran of Oregon City and Tonia Stratton of Beaverton; three brothers, Dennis Kelly of Denver, Gary Kelly of Pasco, Wash., and Steve Kelly of Mesa, Ariz.; a sister, Pat Biltner of Silverton; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

No services are planned. Major Family Funeral Home in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.

Nellie Dubuque

SPRINGFIELD - Nellie Martha Dubuque of Springfield died Jan. 24 of heart failure. She was 71.

Dubuque was born May 14, 1930, in Fallbrook, Calif., to Clyde and Lillian Warner Burton. She married Elmer Dubuque in Yakima, Wash., in November 1949. He died in 1972.

She lived in Yakima from 1948 until 1983, when she moved to Springfield.

Dubuque was a homemaker. She collected knickknacks and enjoyed crossword puzzles, jigsaw puzzles and watching television. She was also an enthusiastic shopper.

Survivors include two brothers, Boyd Burton of La Grande and Don Collett of La Pine; and three sisters, Bobbie Hixson of Union, Nina Hense of Pleasant Hill and Jessie Paige of Redmond.

No services are planned. Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Dale Waggoner

Dale Alan Waggoner of Dover, Idaho, died Jan. 21 of cancer. The former Eugene resident was 52.

Waggoner was born Nov. 25, 1949, in Eugene to Clarence and Luella Bennett Waggoner. He married Jean Grendler in Eugene on June 12, 1970. They later divorced.

He lived in Cottage Grove, Eugene and Florence before moving to Idaho.

He earned his GED from Lane Community College and served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He worked as a shoe repairman and as an orthopedic shoe technician.

Waggoner enjoyed hunting, fishing and making saddles. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Pedorthic Footwear Association.

Survivors include a son, Dale of Eugene; a daughter, Erika Bondy of Eugene; a brother, Clarence of Sandpoint, Idaho; and two grandchildren.

Inurnment was at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Coffelt Funeral Services in Sandpoint is in charge of arrangements.

Lawrence Gallagher

A celebration of life will be March 17 for Lawrence Leroy Gallagher Jr. …

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