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Wherity Family Funerals and Cremations

8265 Southwest Seneca Street
Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 885-8242
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Obituaries: Halter, Obersinner-Cooper, Olson, Tawney - Statesman Journal

Monday, November 21, 2016

St. Mary’s Parish Hall following the memorial service.“Her insight and energy will be greatly missed.”Duane Dennis OlsonAug. 21, 1931 — Sept. 2, 2016Duane Dennis Olson, 85, passed away in Tualatin on Sept. 2, 2016.Duane was born on Aug. 21, 1931, to Clarence and Bernice (Burwitz) Olson in Yankton, South Dakota. He joined the Air Force and later became a general contractor. Duane married Susan Paulette Plank, who passed away Feb. 11, 2015.He is survived by his son, David (Jackie) Olson of Rainier; grandchildren Travis and Nichole Olson of Rainier; and brother Robert Olson of Joseph.A graveside service took place Sept. 10 at Valley View Cemetery in Silverton.Arrangements by Unger Funeral Chapel, Silverton.Don TawneyMay 13, 1950 — Oct. 12, 2016Don was born in Dover, Ohio, on May 13, 1950. He married the love of his life, Sandra Villehay, and together they raised two daughters, Wendy and Amber.Don was a loving father and grandfather, and a caring and faithful friend to many. He willingly lent a hand to anyone in need and always tried to do what was right. He had a heart of gold and could not have been a better friend. Don had many God-given talents including being a highly skilled machinist, carpenter and electrician. He took good care of his tools believing they would take care of him.Don especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, visiting with family and friends, and riding his Harley. And let’s not forget the Gummy Bears.Don is survived by his mother, Loretta Klein; brother Ricky; sister Sherry Grippen; daughters Wendy (Joe) Massey and Amber; nine grandchildren; and one great grandchild. His wife preceded him in death.A celebration of Don’s life will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at Macleay Grange, with a potluck following.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 sanews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2eOHY2I...

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Obituaries: Halter, Obersinner-Cooper, Olson, Tawney - Statesman Journal

Monday, November 21, 2016

St. Mary’s Parish Hall following the memorial service.“Her insight and energy will be greatly missed.”Duane Dennis OlsonAug. 21, 1931 — Sept. 2, 2016Duane Dennis Olson, 85, passed away in Tualatin on Sept. 2, 2016.Duane was born on Aug. 21, 1931, to Clarence and Bernice (Burwitz) Olson in Yankton, South Dakota. He joined the Air Force and later became a general contractor. Duane married Susan Paulette Plank, who passed away Feb. 11, 2015.He is survived by his son, David (Jackie) Olson of Rainier; grandchildren Travis and Nichole Olson of Rainier; and brother Robert Olson of Joseph.A graveside service took place Sept. 10 at Valley View Cemetery in Silverton.Arrangements by Unger Funeral Chapel, Silverton.Don TawneyMay 13, 1950 — Oct. 12, 2016Don was born in Dover, Ohio, on May 13, 1950. He married the love of his life, Sandra Villehay, and together they raised two daughters, Wendy and Amber.Don was a loving father and grandfather, and a caring and faithful friend to many. He willingly lent a hand to anyone in need and always tried to do what was right. He had a heart of gold and could not have been a better friend. Don had many God-given talents including being a highly skilled machinist, carpenter and electrician. He took good care of his tools believing they would take care of him.Don especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, visiting with family and friends, and riding his Harley. And let’s not forget the Gummy Bears.Don is survived by his mother, Loretta Klein; brother Ricky; sister Sherry Grippen; daughters Wendy (Joe) Massey and Amber; nine grandchildren; and one great grandchild. His wife preceded him in death.A celebration of Don’s life will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at Macleay Grange, with a potluck following.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 sanews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2eOHY2I...