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1777 North 3rd Avenue
Stayton, OR 97383
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Immaculate Conception Parish Center to be dedicated - Statesman Journal

Monday, January 16, 2017

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and new Parish Center in Stayton.(Photo: Special to the Stayton Mail)Members of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Stayton have raised funds and waited more than a year to see their new facility come to fruition.The day to celebrate its realization is at hand.The church will host a dedication of its new Parish Center at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1077 N 6th Ave., Stayton. This will be a Eucharistic Celebration led by Archbishop Alexander Sample of Portland, with a formal center dedication at 7:15 p.m. followed by refreshments.Parish Center construction began last May at site of the 1937 convent of the Sisters of St. Mary's, which had been demolished.Anticipated growth of the parish sparked the need and drive for the new structure.Parish member Mike Jaeger noted that the 11,500 square-foot building is connected to the church via an enclosed walkway, and it includes a reception hall with table seating capacity of 250 people.Jaeger said the main room is also dividable, facilitating as many as five classrooms...

Obituary: Stewart - Statesman Journal

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mill City. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Charley’s name to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows #144 or the Mill City Fire Department.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing.Deadline for obituaries is 11 a.m. Friday for publication the following Wednesday.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2dEbVyG...

Obituaries: Haywood, Fair - Statesman Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

He enjoyed mostly doting on his wife, and he loved his cat and dog. Allen worked as a truck driver for over 30 years. He married Dinah Herron on Nov. 16, 1968, in Stayton.Allen is survived by his wife, Dinah, of Mill City; children Hollie (Paul) Golden of Mill City, Heather (Eric) Wolf of Stayton and Delancy Haywood of Mill City; seven grandchildren and two great-granddaughters. He was preceded in death by sister May Anderson.A private family service will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society of the Willamette Valley.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Charles H. FairApril 10, 1951 — Aug. 7, 2016Born in Salem to William and Bernice Fair of Stayton, Charles went to school through 12th grade in Stayton, where he played football, basketball, golf, and was a member of Stayton High School Letterman’s Club. He attended Oregon State University for two years.Charles owned a rock quarry in Santiam Canyon in the mid 1970s. He worked for LR Moyer & Co., and worked over 20 years for Emery & Sons until he retired. Charles married Mary Ann Paulson in 1992. Mary passed away in 2015.Charles loved to fish and hunt. Mary had a room built just for him to display his game mounts. Charles left behind hunting buddies and friends that will miss him greatly.He is survived by his mother, Bernice; son Andrew Fair; granddaughter Charlotte; and sister Donna Becker. Preceding him in death were his wife, Mary, and his father, William.To re...

Obituary: Claassen - Statesman Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

Linda Claassen(Photo: Submitted)Linda L. ClaassenSept. 28, 1945 — Aug. 22, 2016Linda, 70, died Aug. 22 in Stayton. She was born in Long Beach, California. She moved to Oregon in 1971, living in Stayton, Scio and Lyons.Linda married Walter Claassen on Nov. 21, 1964 in Fair Oaks, California. She was a member of Scio Baptist Church and Canyon Bible Fellowship in Lyons. She had a special place in her heart for teaching young people in Sunday School and Awana. She spent countless hours studying her Bible, praying and serving others. She was a bold witness for Christ and shared the plan of salvation with many people over the years. She helped many people find her friend Jesus as their Savior.Linda was an accomplished pianist and organist. She shared her talents at church and accompanied a ladies trio in college. She had a beautiful singing voice and was a member of choirs and ladies singing groups. She enjoyed all crafts and was talented as a seamstress, quilter and doing bead work. Linda loved reading and trying new authors and genres. She loved trying new things and was up for many adventures...

Obituary: Overholts - Statesman Journal

Monday, July 25, 2016

Emanuel in the nursery for the next six years. In 1947, Mable and Marvin bought a new gas station at North Santiam, operating it until 1958. Mable wrote news articles for the Stayton Mail on happenings in the North Santiam area.In 1953, they moved to Stayton. Mable retired after 25 years at Stayton Hospital, but continued to work in doctor’s offices. She helped with Red Cross blood drives, keeping her nursing license until age 75. She was a member of Eastern Star and Daughters of American Revolution.Marvin and Mable enjoyed RV travel, crossing the U.S. and Canada. They visited all 50 states, including Hawaii in 1994. They camped with Salem Elks 336 and Good Sam groups. They helped start the Santiam Historical Society.Mable was preceded in death by her husband and son, Terry Lee. Survivors include daughter-in-law Janet Overholts, daughter Linda (Terrance) Hagel, three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at United Methodist Church in Stayton.Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-769-6207, or drop off at our office. For more information, call 503-399-6773. Deadline is 11 a.m., Friday if submitted by email, and 4 p.m. Wednesday if dropped off or faxed.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing. Call 503-...

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Immaculate Conception Parish Center to be dedicated - Statesman Journal

Monday, January 16, 2017

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and new Parish Center in Stayton.(Photo: Special to the Stayton Mail)Members of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Stayton have raised funds and waited more than a year to see their new facility come to fruition.The day to celebrate its realization is at hand.The church will host a dedication of its new Parish Center at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1077 N 6th Ave., Stayton. This will be a Eucharistic Celebration led by Archbishop Alexander Sample of Portland, with a formal center dedication at 7:15 p.m. followed by refreshments.Parish Center construction began last May at site of the 1937 convent of the Sisters of St. Mary's, which had been demolished.Anticipated growth of the parish sparked the need and drive for the new structure.Parish member Mike Jaeger noted that the 11,500 square-foot building is connected to the church via an enclosed walkway, and it includes a reception hall with table seating capacity of 250 people.Jaeger said the main room is also dividable, facilitating as many as five classrooms...

Obituary: Stewart - Statesman Journal

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mill City. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Charley’s name to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows #144 or the Mill City Fire Department.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing.Deadline for obituaries is 11 a.m. Friday for publication the following Wednesday.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2dEbVyG...

Obituaries: Haywood, Fair - Statesman Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

He enjoyed mostly doting on his wife, and he loved his cat and dog. Allen worked as a truck driver for over 30 years. He married Dinah Herron on Nov. 16, 1968, in Stayton.Allen is survived by his wife, Dinah, of Mill City; children Hollie (Paul) Golden of Mill City, Heather (Eric) Wolf of Stayton and Delancy Haywood of Mill City; seven grandchildren and two great-granddaughters. He was preceded in death by sister May Anderson.A private family service will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society of the Willamette Valley.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Charles H. FairApril 10, 1951 — Aug. 7, 2016Born in Salem to William and Bernice Fair of Stayton, Charles went to school through 12th grade in Stayton, where he played football, basketball, golf, and was a member of Stayton High School Letterman’s Club. He attended Oregon State University for two years.Charles owned a rock quarry in Santiam Canyon in the mid 1970s. He worked for LR Moyer & Co., and worked over 20 years for Emery & Sons until he retired. Charles married Mary Ann Paulson in 1992. Mary passed away in 2015.Charles loved to fish and hunt. Mary had a room built just for him to display his game mounts. Charles left behind hunting buddies and friends that will miss him greatly.He is survived by his mother, Bernice; son Andrew Fair; granddaughter Charlotte; and sister Donna Becker. Preceding him in death were his wife, Mary, and his father, William.To re...

Obituary: Claassen - Statesman Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

Linda Claassen(Photo: Submitted)Linda L. ClaassenSept. 28, 1945 — Aug. 22, 2016Linda, 70, died Aug. 22 in Stayton. She was born in Long Beach, California. She moved to Oregon in 1971, living in Stayton, Scio and Lyons.Linda married Walter Claassen on Nov. 21, 1964 in Fair Oaks, California. She was a member of Scio Baptist Church and Canyon Bible Fellowship in Lyons. She had a special place in her heart for teaching young people in Sunday School and Awana. She spent countless hours studying her Bible, praying and serving others. She was a bold witness for Christ and shared the plan of salvation with many people over the years. She helped many people find her friend Jesus as their Savior.Linda was an accomplished pianist and organist. She shared her talents at church and accompanied a ladies trio in college. She had a beautiful singing voice and was a member of choirs and ladies singing groups. She enjoyed all crafts and was talented as a seamstress, quilter and doing bead work. Linda loved reading and trying new authors and genres. She loved trying new things and was up for many adventures...

Obituary: Overholts - Statesman Journal

Monday, July 25, 2016

Emanuel in the nursery for the next six years. In 1947, Mable and Marvin bought a new gas station at North Santiam, operating it until 1958. Mable wrote news articles for the Stayton Mail on happenings in the North Santiam area.In 1953, they moved to Stayton. Mable retired after 25 years at Stayton Hospital, but continued to work in doctor’s offices. She helped with Red Cross blood drives, keeping her nursing license until age 75. She was a member of Eastern Star and Daughters of American Revolution.Marvin and Mable enjoyed RV travel, crossing the U.S. and Canada. They visited all 50 states, including Hawaii in 1994. They camped with Salem Elks 336 and Good Sam groups. They helped start the Santiam Historical Society.Mable was preceded in death by her husband and son, Terry Lee. Survivors include daughter-in-law Janet Overholts, daughter Linda (Terrance) Hagel, three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at United Methodist Church in Stayton.Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-769-6207, or drop off at our office. For more information, call 503-399-6773. Deadline is 11 a.m., Friday if submitted by email, and 4 p.m. Wednesday if dropped off or faxed.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing. Call 503-...