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Davenport's Chapel of the Good Shepherd

6420 South 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 883-3458
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Eternal Hills Memorial Gardens AL Home and Crematory

4711 Highway 39
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 884-3668
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Klamath Cremation Service

515 Pine Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 884-3456
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Klamath Falls City Cemetery Division

2680 Memorial Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 883-5382
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Klamath Memorial Park

2680 Memorial Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 883-5382
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O Hair and Riggs Funeral Chapel

515 Pine Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 884-3456
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Pyramid Cremations

3539 Avalon Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 882-5950
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Ward's Klamath Funeral Home Inc

1945 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 882-4404
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Klamath Falls OR Obituaries and Death Notices

Donald Patrick Lafreniere - Nevada Appeal

Monday, September 19, 2016

Pat served in the United States Navy and was assigned to the USS Lofberg from 1961 to 1964. He was a staunch union painter with Union Local 913 for 30 years. Pat was born in Klamath Falls, OR, and lived in Sunnyvale, CA for a number of years before retiring to Dayton, NV, where he resided for 14 years.He will be remembered by his family, friends and neighbors for his loving heart, his generous nature, and his wonderful sense of humor.A celebration of Pat’s life will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 1575 N. Lompa Lane, Carson City, NV 89703. Flowers may be sent to the funeral home.

Just Another Point of View: Remembering a valued member of the family - Pamplin Media Group

Monday, August 15, 2016

To back up just a bit: Mary was already at Community Newspapers when I returned to the company in January 1990, following my four-year adventure with the Klamath Falls Herald and News. Together, we survived a number of recessions, Y2K, acquisitions of assorted papers and an almost never-ending series of changes in job requirements, personnel comings and goings, downsizes, upgrades, consolidations and office moves — from Cascade Boulevard in Tigard to Times Square overlooking the I-5/217 interchange to the old former bowling alley next door to the Burlingame Fred Meyer to (finally) the big building on Lake Road.Through all of that, Mary struggled to provide top-notch service to grieving survivors with their obits, as well as all the other customers trying to get their news into the paper. She kept up that struggle as she grappled with constantly evolving computer systems, email and other technical programs. And, let’s face it, she didn’t really understand any of it. She didn’t know email from eBay. But she did know how to write up those dumb little stories that most so-called reporters didn’t know how (or like) to do. And I’m positive that she single-handedly kept a good share of our papers’ longtime readers from abandoning us like rats from a ship.Of course, the world we live in today is way different than the one Mary and I (and Louise) used to drive to work in every day. The Sellwood Bridge, after about 20 years of rebuilding, is almost finished. If we were still sharing a ride, I guess we’d no longer be praying that it doesn’t fall down.Mikel Kelly is a retired newspaper editor who spends most of his time now goofing off with the other person who lives at his house and occasionally writing things like this.

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Donald Patrick Lafreniere - Nevada Appeal

Monday, September 19, 2016

Pat served in the United States Navy and was assigned to the USS Lofberg from 1961 to 1964. He was a staunch union painter with Union Local 913 for 30 years. Pat was born in Klamath Falls, OR, and lived in Sunnyvale, CA for a number of years before retiring to Dayton, NV, where he resided for 14 years.He will be remembered by his family, friends and neighbors for his loving heart, his generous nature, and his wonderful sense of humor.A celebration of Pat’s life will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 1575 N. Lompa Lane, Carson City, NV 89703. Flowers may be sent to the funeral home.

Just Another Point of View: Remembering a valued member of the family - Pamplin Media Group

Monday, August 15, 2016

To back up just a bit: Mary was already at Community Newspapers when I returned to the company in January 1990, following my four-year adventure with the Klamath Falls Herald and News. Together, we survived a number of recessions, Y2K, acquisitions of assorted papers and an almost never-ending series of changes in job requirements, personnel comings and goings, downsizes, upgrades, consolidations and office moves — from Cascade Boulevard in Tigard to Times Square overlooking the I-5/217 interchange to the old former bowling alley next door to the Burlingame Fred Meyer to (finally) the big building on Lake Road.Through all of that, Mary struggled to provide top-notch service to grieving survivors with their obits, as well as all the other customers trying to get their news into the paper. She kept up that struggle as she grappled with constantly evolving computer systems, email and other technical programs. And, let’s face it, she didn’t really understand any of it. She didn’t know email from eBay. But she did know how to write up those dumb little stories that most so-called reporters didn’t know how (or like) to do. And I’m positive that she single-handedly kept a good share of our papers’ longtime readers from abandoning us like rats from a ship.Of course, the world we live in today is way different than the one Mary and I (and Louise) used to drive to work in every day. The Sellwood Bridge, after about 20 years of rebuilding, is almost finished. If we were still sharing a ride, I guess we’d no longer be praying that it doesn’t fall down.Mikel Kelly is a retired newspaper editor who spends most of his time now goofing off with the other person who lives at his house and occasionally writing things like this.