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*Marcella Hiebert Brown*Pastor Allan Ray Tschiegg*Lester Voth*Jacqueline 'Dianne' Harris*Alice Rose Harvey*Esther K. Goebl*Michael 'Mike' J. Larsen*Peter W. Kohfield

January 15, 2013

Marcella Hiebert Brown

June 4, 1927 - Jan. 8, 2013

Marcella Hiebert Brown

Marcella Hiebert Brown

Marcella Hiebert Brown, 85, of Dallas died Jan. 8.

She was born in Mountain Lake, Minn., Cottonwood County, to Nicolai and Marie Stoesz Hiebert.

She attended Mountain Lake grade school and moved to Oregon in 1940. Marcella attended Dallas High School and graduated from the first graduating class of Salem Academy in 1946.

On Oct. 26, 1952, Marcella married the love of her life, a Godly man, Leonard L. Brown, a marriage that was blessed for more than 60 years.

Cooking and working in the kitchen brought Marcella much happiness. She cooked for 14 years for a private hospital in Dallas and for four years at Dallas High School. After that she spent 18 years helping cook with a family friend who hosted the "country tours" on their farm.

Marcella had a passion for entertaining, hospitality, traveling, needlework and her backyard. After retiring she and Leonard hit the road in their recreational vehicle. They visited 49 of the 50 states and most of the Canadian provinces.

Marcella's biggest joy, though, was helping and serving her Lord and Savior in the churches. Marcella and Leonard attended Evangelical Bible Church in Dallas and the church they helped establish while snowbirding in Apache Junction, Ariz., for more than 25 years. This church has grown from a membership of 20 to more than 200 over the years. Marcella always believed in serving her Lord wherever she and her husband found themselves. She always believed in meeting the needs of others around her.

She was preceded in death by two infant sisters and a daughter-in-law, Julie Brown.

Survivors include her husband, Leonard; sons, Dennis (Marci) Brown and James Brown; five grandchildren; and extended family.

Celebration of Marcella's life is Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at Evangelical Bible Church in Dallas.

Contributions are suggested to Willamette Valley Hospice or Evangelical Bible Church in care of Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, which handled arrangements.

To send an online condolence:

Pastor Allan Ray Tschiegg

Sept. 27, 1930 - Jan. 5, 2013

Pastor Allan Ray Tschiegg

Pastor Allan Ray Tschiegg

Pastor Allan Ray Tschiegg, 82, of Dallas died Jan. 5 in Dallas.

He was born at home on the farm in Columbus Grove, Ohio, to Eldon and Grace (Lora) Tschiegg.

He worked on the farm and at Farmers Grain Co. in Bluffton, Ohio, until he left for Grace Bible Institute in Omaha, Neb. There, he met the love of his life, Adelia Marie Heinrichs. A year later they were married while he was attending Grace Seminary in Winona Lake, Ind.

During his seminary years he was pastor of Pleasant Valley Community Church, just south of Warsaw, Indiana.

Obeying God's call led him and the family to nine different churches in four states over the span of 56 years. He took short periods of sabbatical in farming, nursing home administration and chaplaincy.

Allan found great satisfaction in gardening, hunting and fishing with family and buddies from the churches he served.

He was preceded in death by his brother, David Tschiegg, and an infant granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann.

Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Adelia; daughters, Ruth (Martin) Voelker, Lora (Wally) Lierman and Lois (Ron) Keen; sons, Ken (Becky) Tschiegg and Stan (Juli) Tschiegg; sister, Wanda (Wally) Geiger; brother, Gerald Tschiegg; 15 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

Memorial service was Tuesday at Emmanuel Bible Church in Salem.

Contributions are suggested to Emmanuel Bible Church, 8512 Sunnyview Road NE, Salem, OR 97305, for various family missionaries to further the gospel of Christ to the world.

Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center handled arrangements. To send an online condolence:

Lester Voth

Jan. 11, 1919 - Jan. 10, 2013

Lester Voth, 93, of Dallas died Thursday.

He was born in Dallas to Jacob and Mabel Voth.

Memorial service is pending for the first part of February at Salt Creek Baptist Church.

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Jacqueline 'Dianne' Harris

June 13, 1945 - Jan. 9, 2013

Dianne Harris, 67, of Dallas died Jan. 9.

She was born in Denver to Jarmin and Dorothy Lynn.

She graduated from high school and worked as a bank teller most of her life.

Dianne married Thomas "Tom" Harris on April 17, 1967; they enjoyed more than 45 years of marriage together.

Dianne was a loving mother who delighted in being with family. She was an avid reader and enjoyed crossword puzzles. She also liked cooking, hunting and fishing. She loved her children and grandchildren dearly.

She was preceded in death by her son, Edward Harris, in 1998.

Survivors include her husband, Tom Harris of Dallas; daughter, Loretta Harris of Woodburn; brother, Dennis Lloyd of Michigan; sisters, Dori Roudebush and Debra Roudebush-Lambert, both of California; one grandson; and two great-grandchildren.

Private family service will be held.

Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center handled arrangements. To send an online condolence:

Alice Rose Harvey

Feb. 3, 1930 - Jan. 8, 2013

Alice Rose Harvey

Alice Rose Harvey

Alice Rose Harvey, 82, of Dallas died Jan. 8 in Dallas.

She was born in Bonanza to James R. and Grace Dinkel Vieira.

At the age of 9, Alice lost her mother and she went to live with her grandmother, Rosa Vieira. When she was 13 she moved to the Dallas area to join her father. In 1948, she graduated from Dallas High School.

On April 23, 1948, Alice married Francis O. Harvey in Falls City. They were married for more than 64 years. They moved to Dallas in 1955 after living in Valsetz for a time.

Alice worked for Buck Buchanan at the Ben Franklin Variety Store in Dallas and at Kelly Farquar freezer plant in Salem. In 1985 Alice retired from the Dallas branch of Oregon Bank after 20 years. Following retirement she worked for H&R Block in Dallas.

For many years Alice and Frank enjoyed square dancing and round dancing. They were great RV'ers and drove in caravans throughout the United States and even to Alaska. She was a member of the Polk About Sam's. She was a past member of the Crazy Creek Rockers, Wagon Wheelers and Rounds R Us.

Alice and Frank cared for their two-acre homesite where she enjoyed preparing family meals and playing family card games. She was an excellent seamstress and gardener, and enjoyed sewing, knitting and canning.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis O. Harvey, on Dec. 25, 2012; and brothers, Stanley Russell and J. Riley McBride.

Survivors include her daughters, Grace M. (Allen) Hibbs of Dallas and Pamela J. (Wally) Kundert of Sisters; son, Vernon B. (Dawn) Harvey of Prescott Valley, Ariz.; brother, Kenneth Vieira of Sprague River; 13 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren.

Memorial service is Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center. A private interment is planned at Restlawn Memory Garden. A reception will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church.

Contributions are suggested to Relay For Life at

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Esther K. Goebl

Dec. 3, 1923 - Jan. 12, 2013

Esther K. Goebl

Esther K. Goebl

Esther Katherine Goebl, 89, of Dallas died Saturday in Salem.

She was born in Powers to Samuel and Ethel Hayes (Smith).

Esther married Albert Paul Goebl on May 7, 1940, in Coquille.

She had spent the majority of her life living in Powers, where Esther raised her two children.

She loved the outdoors, gardening, canning and sewing. Esther was an excellent homemaker. She was particularly fond of a beautiful sunset, sweet peas, the changing colors in the fall, and spending time with her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her son, Kenneth Gene Goebl, in 1960; sister, Annette Wall, in 1977; husband, Albert, in 1997; and brother, Robert Hayes, in 2001.

Survivors include her daughter, Diana Schleicher (Bill) of Dallas; sister, Edith Quilhaugh of Neselle, Wash.; brothers, George Hayes (June) of Tillamook and Charles Floyd of Mt. Angel; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and extended family that also included numerous foster children.

Memorial service is Saturday at 2 p.m. at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Dallas. A reception will follow at another location. Private family interment will be held.

Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence, handled arrangements. To send an online condolence:

Michael 'Mike' J. Larsen

Aug. 6, 1948 - Jan. 14, 2012

Michael "Mike" J. Larsen, 64, of Willamina died Monday in McMinnville.

Service is Friday at 1 p.m. at the Grand Ronde Tribal Gym. Visitation is Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center.

To send an online condolence:

Peter W. Kohfield

July 6, 1955 - Jan. 8, 2013

Peter W. Kohfield, 57, of Monmouth died Jan. 8 in Salem.

Rick's Place was where Pete went to drink tea, eat lunch and socialize after picking up the mail at the post office. Since this was one of his favorite spots, it is fitting that Pete's life will be celebrated Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Rick's Place, 123 Main St. E, Monmouth.

Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence, handled arrangements. To send an online condolences:

Sandra Darlene Wineman

Dec. 5, 1939 - Jan. 11, 2013

Sandra Darlene Wineman

Sandra Darlene Wineman

Loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter, Sandra Wineman, went home to be with the Lord January 11th, 2013.

Sandra was born in Medford, Oregon. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Marvin. Also surviving are her mother, Evelyn Straus, her brother, Jack Straus, her three children, Greg Wineman (Lynette) Seattle area, Terri Wineman (Dick Figgins) Snohomish, and Denise Wallace (Brock), Monmouth, and twelve grandchildren: Ryan, Pat, Shanon, Zach, Amanda, Marielle, Lacie, Brock, Linzi, Branson, Jonathon, and Chloe, as well as three great grandchildren, Alan, Evelyn, Maddison, and another due in May, and three nephews, Rick, Dave, and Stephen.

Sandy was loved by all who knew her. She worked at Scenic Junior High for many years and was "mom" to many, many students that would stop by her windows to chat or the many who went through her lunch line. Many of "her kids" still remember her being so loving, giving encouragement when it was so needed. She grew up in Eagle Point where she met Marvin. After marrying in Central Point, Oregon, she went abroad following him when he was deployed in the Army. Upon their return from Europe, they settled in Gold Beach, Oregon for six years before relocating to Central Point where they lived for forty-one years. Upon retiring, they moved to Monmouth to be closer to children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. It was her desire to be as involved as possible in every aspect of her children`s, grandchildren's, and great grandchildren's lives. She attended more softball games, basketball games, football games, track meets, swim meets, and volleyball games than we can count, and she loved every minute of it. Everybody loved going to Grammy's house; they made cookies, shopped at the dollar store, and played all kinds of games because Grammy always made herself available for every little thing. She and Marvin enjoyed being snowbirds for years, making new friends and still keeping up with the many old friends. She will be missed more than words can express.

Memorial Service for Sandra is Thursday at 3 p.m. at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service in Salem, Oregon.

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