Oleta M. Anderson, 86, died Thursday in Our Lady of Lourdes Health Center in Pasco.
She was born in Rainer, Ore., and lived in the Tri-Cities six years.
Einan's Funeral Home, Richland, is in charge of arrangements.
Tri-City Herald, Saturday, 14 October 1995, Page B7
Oleta M. Anderson was born June 7, 1909,in Rainer, Oregon, and died October 12, 1995 in Pasco, Washington.
Her family homesteaded in Southeast Oregon before moving to Clayton, WA in the 1930s.
She married Alden Anderson and they lived most of their lives in Seattle. Mr. Anderson died in 1978.
She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, G.F. "Spike" and Irish Anderson; two grandsons, Alan and Eric; and two great-granddaughters, Nichole and Marina.
The family requests that Oleta be remembered by friends and family in their own way. A family gathering to celebrate her life will be held at a later date.
Tri-City Herald, Sunday, 15 October 1995, Page D6
Ralph N. Anders, 68, of Richland, died Monday in Our Lady of Lourdes Health Center, Pasco.
He was born in Bluefield, W. Va., and lived in Richland 48 years.
He was a retired bus driver.
Columbia Memorial Funeral Chapel, Pasco is in charge of arrangements.
Tri-City Herald, Tuesday, 17 December 1996, Page A11
Ralph Nelson Anders born October 7, 1928, passed away December 16, 1996 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital after a long courageous battle with cancer.
He worked at the Hanford area for thirty nine years. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting and fishing.
He is survived by his sisters, Ethal, Stella, Nellie and Mary; two sons, Ron and Brett; and a daughter, Delora.
He also is survived by eight grandchildren.
You will be missed each and every day. There will be a private creamation and no services will be held at his request.
Tri-City Herald, Saturday, 21 December 1996, Page A8
Mrs. George Albright passed away Saturday evening after a lingering illness of three years. She was born in Denmark in 1868 and married to George Albright in 1888 at Cleveland. Very few women have taken as prominent part in pioneer life as Mrs. Albright.
After a short residence in Seattle they went to Alaska in 1901. They lived in Nome, Fairbanks and up the Noatak river. In 1910 when Mr. Albright came to Seattle for medical attention he pruchased a tract on the Highlands.
In 1911 they came out from the interior and made some improvements on their place. In 1912 with her husband and A. St. Laurent, who was with them for a number of years, they left Seward and made the trip inland to Iditarod, a distance of 516 miles, walking all the way with their dog team.
In 1913 they returned to the Highlands where she has always taken an active part in all civic work and will be greatly missed by her wide circle of friends. The funeral service was held at the chapel Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev. Paul Fossel. She is survived by a twin sister in Denmark, a brother in Cleveland and Nels Beck, a nephew who has made his home with her for a number of years.
Miscellaneous Obituaries found in a Scrapbook at the Richland Family History Center.
28 March 1931
JOHN DAY, ORE—Rodger Millard Adkins, 47, of Kennewick, died Tuesday in John Day.
He was born in Newport, Wash., and lived in the Tri-Cities since 1989.
He was a retired hydrological technician for the U.S. Geological Survey.
Mueller’s Chapel of the Falls, Kennewick, is in charge of arrangements.
Tri-City Herald, Friday, 7 January 2005, Page B5
Clarence Henry Andrews, 67, of Richland, WA., passed away August 24, 1999 at Kennewick, WA.
He was born January 31, 1932 in Wabeno, Wisconsin and had lived in the Tri-Cities for nine years.
Clarence worked in construction for an awning and deck company.
He was a volunteer at the Richland Food Bank and a member of Cook-Erikson Post 7952 and was active in the color guard. He also loved to fish.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara of Richland; sons and daughter-in-law, Steve and Kathy Andrews of Richland, Brent and Karen Andrews of West Richland and Scott Andrews of Everett, WA.; daughter and son-in-law, Gail and Bill Richer of Gold Bar, WA.; 8 grandchildren; brothers Raymond, Donald and Andrews; sister Ruth Baily.
At Mr. Andrews request there will be no services.
Tri-City Herald, 25 May 1999, Page C11
Services for Earl Kemp Andrews, 77, of 85 Symons St., Richland, who died Saturday, were conducted today in Einan's Funeral Home with the Rev. Cecil Sims officiating. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Survivors included daughter Mrs. Lois Thompson, San Leanero, Calif.
Tri-City Herald, 23 June 1975, Page 7
Joyce L (Perry) Avery, 64, died Monday in Salt Lake City, Utah.
She was born in Pasco.
Bruce Lee Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Tri-City Herald, 29 August 1990, Page A9
Prosser—Frederick Achziger, 68, died Tuesday at his home in Prosser.
He was born in Bridger, Mont, and moved to Prosser with his family at the age of 6.
Prior to retirement, he was street superintendent for Prosser for over 26 years. He was a World War II Navy veteran.
Survivors include his wife Kathryn; daughters Kitty, Prosser, Cheryl Dean, Seattle; son Gary, Prosser; stepdaughters Nadine Lemmon, Rose Bell and Kimberlee Flett, all of Prosser, Pauline Olson, Prosser; brothers Ted and Adam, both of Prosser, Sam, Yakima, Clarence, Tacoma; 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 pm Friday in the Flint Funeral Home with burial in the Prosser Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 9 am until service time.
Tri-City Herald, 25 December 1986, Page C5
Thelma Pauline Anderson, 75, of Richland died Monday, August 27, 1990, at her home.
She was born April 9, 1915, in Axtell, Kansas, and had lived in the TriCities since 1944.
She was a homemaker.
Mrs Anderson is survived by her husband, Paul R Anderson of Richland; sons, Paul R Jr of Whittier, CA, and Gary D of Kennewick; daughter, Loretta E Davis of Renton, WA; sister, LaVerne Howe of Alexandria , VA; 5 grandchildren; Shelley M and Michael D Anderson, both of Seattle, Nicole L Anderson of Kennewick and Gary D and Helen P Anderson both of Whittier, CA.
Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. on August 31, at Einan's Funeral Home.
Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Washington State Heart Association, c/o Mrs G R McKinney, 511 Symons, Richland WA 99352.
Tri-City Herald, 30 August 1990, Page B7
Joyce L (Perry) Avery, 64, of Salt lake City, Utah, died August 27, 1990, at her home.
She was born August 18, 1926, in Pasco. She was a former resident of Pasco.
She was a member of Congregational Church; PEO Sisterhood Chapter X; Fort Douglas Country Club; Lybia Temple No 32, Daughters of the Nile; all of Salt Lake City. Her father was Floyd Perry, and her mother was Edna Pearl (Biggs) Perry.
She married Robert Eugene Avery on September 11, 1944.
Survivors include 2 daughters; Mrs Steve (Barbara) Naylor of Upland, CA, Mrs Mike (Becky) Brennan of Salt Lake City, UT, 2 grandsons; Michael S Brennan of Salt Lake City, UT, Jay Tyacke of Upland, CA, 1 granddaughter; Kimberly Tyacke of Upland, CA, 2 brothers, Dr Mel Perry of Ventura, CA, Tom Perry of Walla Walla, WA and a sister, Mary Ellen Richardson of Pasco.
Funeral will be at Bruce Lee Memorial Chapel on Friday, August 31 at 2:00 pm.
The Pastor Dan Tourangeau from Congregational church will be there.
Cemetery is at City View in Pasco.
In lieu of flowers donations to the “Program for Continuing Education of PEO Sisterhood,” c/o mary McCauley, 2142 Commotion Drive, Sandy, Utah.
Tri-City Herald, 30 August 1990, Page B7