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1096 Virginia Avenue
North Bend, OR 97459
(541) 756-1830
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2014 McPherson Street
North Bend, OR 97459
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Henry Heller

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Benjamin) Mattson of Omaha and children-twins Royce and Magnus, and Hawken First Lt. Michael Heller of San Antonio, TX Matthew (Becky) Heller of Blair and children-Millie and Vivie Andrew Heller of North Bend, NEDaughter- Roxie and husband Keenan Meyer of Pilger, NE and family Jamie (Kristina) Meyer of Lincoln Lacey (John) Amavi of Maple Grove, MN and daughter Stella Jenna (Eric) Andrews of Kingsley, IA and son BrockBrother-Andy (Lillian) Heller of Wisner, NESister- Anna Mae Breitkreutz of Wisner, NEHenry was preceded in death by his parents, sister-Henrietta Kruse and a brother-in-law- Francis Breitkruetz.

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Mrs. Thorne was born Amy Kline in Pittsburgh and grew up in Fairfax County, Va. She also accompanied her father on his CIA postings to Africa, Asia and Europe. In 1995 she moved from Fairfax to North Bend, Wash., and later to Idaho Falls.Lester Schlitz, judge, mediatorLester Schlitz, 99, a Virginia state judge and member of the legislature who in retirement was a mediator at the D.C. Superior Court, died Nov. 2 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. The cause was heart ailments, said a son, David Schlitz.Judge Schlitz was born in Portsmouth, Va., where he practiced law and served as chief judge of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He also was a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1968 to 1975. He moved to the Washington area in 1996 after his retirement and, until 95, was a D.C. Superior Court mediator, assisting in dispute resolution.Jean Rainey, public relations specialistJean Rainey, 91, who spent about 50 years as a Washington-area public relations specialist, working for trade associations, her own firm and for Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a specialist in the plays of Shakespeare, died Nov. 14 at his home in Washington. The cause was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Tom MacIsaac.Dr. MacIsaac, a native of Worcester, Mass., taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at secondary schools in Massachusetts before joining the Catholic University faculty in 1970. For five years, he also was literary director at Center Stage in Baltimore. He wrote articles for scholarly journals and playbills for Washington-area theaters.Bethel Moore, quilter, gardenerBethel Moore, ...

Former North Bend woman dies hiking in Arizona heat - The Seattle Times

Monday, June 27, 2016

Adrienna Rasmussen, 19, formerly of North Bend, was one of four people who died over the weekend in extreme heat in the Tucson, Ariz., area.To those who knew her, Rasmussen was a fun-loving person who loved to be active and was up for any kind of challenge — she was even on her high school’s wrestling team at Mount Si High School. After school, she could probably be spotted at Mount Si Sports + Fitness where she worked since she was about 14 or 15.“We got to watch her grow up and become the amazing lady she was,” said Ben Cockman, owner of the fitness complex. “I can’t tell you how sad we all are.”Rasmussen was hiking with a 22-year-old man about 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Finger Rock Trail near Tucson, according to a statement from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department. The pair got lost on the trail and ran out of water. The man was taken to Tucson Medical Center and is recovering, but Rasmussen died.Unlimited Digital Access. $1 for 4 weeks.Temperatures climbed as high as 115 degrees Sunday, according to the National Weather...

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Henry Heller

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Benjamin) Mattson of Omaha and children-twins Royce and Magnus, and Hawken First Lt. Michael Heller of San Antonio, TX Matthew (Becky) Heller of Blair and children-Millie and Vivie Andrew Heller of North Bend, NEDaughter- Roxie and husband Keenan Meyer of Pilger, NE and family Jamie (Kristina) Meyer of Lincoln Lacey (John) Amavi of Maple Grove, MN and daughter Stella Jenna (Eric) Andrews of Kingsley, IA and son BrockBrother-Andy (Lillian) Heller of Wisner, NESister- Anna Mae Breitkreutz of Wisner, NEHenry was preceded in death by his parents, sister-Henrietta Kruse and a brother-in-law- Francis Breitkruetz.

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Mrs. Thorne was born Amy Kline in Pittsburgh and grew up in Fairfax County, Va. She also accompanied her father on his CIA postings to Africa, Asia and Europe. In 1995 she moved from Fairfax to North Bend, Wash., and later to Idaho Falls.Lester Schlitz, judge, mediatorLester Schlitz, 99, a Virginia state judge and member of the legislature who in retirement was a mediator at the D.C. Superior Court, died Nov. 2 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. The cause was heart ailments, said a son, David Schlitz.Judge Schlitz was born in Portsmouth, Va., where he practiced law and served as chief judge of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He also was a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1968 to 1975. He moved to the Washington area in 1996 after his retirement and, until 95, was a D.C. Superior Court mediator, assisting in dispute resolution.Jean Rainey, public relations specialistJean Rainey, 91, who spent about 50 years as a Washington-area public relations specialist, working for trade associations, her own firm and for Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a specialist in the plays of Shakespeare, died Nov. 14 at his home in Washington. The cause was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Tom MacIsaac.Dr. MacIsaac, a native of Worcester, Mass., taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at secondary schools in Massachusetts before joining the Catholic University faculty in 1970. For five years, he also was literary director at Center Stage in Baltimore. He wrote articles for scholarly journals and playbills for Washington-area theaters.Bethel Moore, quilter, gardenerBethel Moore, ...

Former North Bend woman dies hiking in Arizona heat - The Seattle Times

Monday, June 27, 2016

Adrienna Rasmussen, 19, formerly of North Bend, was one of four people who died over the weekend in extreme heat in the Tucson, Ariz., area.To those who knew her, Rasmussen was a fun-loving person who loved to be active and was up for any kind of challenge — she was even on her high school’s wrestling team at Mount Si High School. After school, she could probably be spotted at Mount Si Sports + Fitness where she worked since she was about 14 or 15.“We got to watch her grow up and become the amazing lady she was,” said Ben Cockman, owner of the fitness complex. “I can’t tell you how sad we all are.”Rasmussen was hiking with a 22-year-old man about 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Finger Rock Trail near Tucson, according to a statement from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department. The pair got lost on the trail and ran out of water. The man was taken to Tucson Medical Center and is recovering, but Rasmussen died.Unlimited Digital Access. $1 for 4 weeks.Temperatures climbed as high as 115 degrees Sunday, according to the National Weather...