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TH E BULLETIN• SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2014

BITUARIES Edna Keefauver Gary Alton Aug. 27, 1929 - Sept. 22, 2014 Tjaden

DEATH 1VOTIt ES James S. Price, of Bend

Suzanne L. Maker, of Bend

Oct. 30, 1925 - Sept. 26, 201 4 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home, 541-382-2471 www.niswonger-reynolds. com Services: A gathering of family and friends will be announced at a later date. Contributions may bemade

Aug. 21, 1925 - Sept. 22, 2014 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home, 541-382-2471 www.niswonger-reynolds. com Services: A gravside service will be held Monday, Sept. 29,2014, at 11:00 a.m., at Deschutes Memorial

to:

Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend OR 97701

Jerry Ferrara,of Bend Jan. 3, 1933 - Sept. 26, 2014 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel, 541-382-5592 www.deschutesmemorial chapel.com Services: A private service with military honors will be held at a later date. Please contact Deschutes Memorial Chapel at 541-382-5592 for service details. Contributionsmay be made to:

Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701 www.partnersbend.org

Lloyd W. Gust, of Bend Sept. 1, 1928-Oct. 1, 2014 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel, 541-382-5592 www.deschutesmemorial

chapel.com

Services: A memorial service will be held at a later date. Contributionsmay be made to:

Pacific Crest Trail Association, 1331 Garden Hwy, Sacramento, CA 95833, www.pcta.org or to Partners In Care Hospice,2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701, www.partnersbend.org

Lorraine Deer Wing, of Redmond July 10, 1921 - Sept. 18, 2014 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, at 11:00 a.m., at the Chapel at St. Charles Medical Center, located at 2500 NE Neff Rd., Bend.

Sheri Lynn Hess,of Redmond Dec. 27, 1964 - Oct. 1, 2014 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A private gathering of family and friends will take place at a later date.

David R. Black Sept. 23, 1932- Sept. 21, 2014 David w as bor n in M arion, Ohio t o L u i s a n d Lela Black. The family moved to Eugene, OR when D ave w as n ine years o ld . W h i l e i n h igh s c h ool , h e st a r t e d working f or F. W . Woolw orth C o . After

graduat-

tng, he worked f or W o o l worth as general

manager

f or ov e r forty years, moving m any t imes i n t he st a t e s o f Washington, California and Hawaii. Dave is survived by Doris, his wife of 6 2 y e ars; son,

Stephen (Lorraine) of Por-

t erville, CA ; dau g h t e r , Sharon Smerdon, Redding, CA; grandchildren, Jessica

Gardens.

Contributions may be made to:

Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701 or Metolious Preserve c/o Deschutes Land Trust, 210 NW Irving Ave., ¹102, Bend, OR 97701 Reference check memo: BettyDyer Metolious Preserve Memorial Fund.

Alice Amelia Jones, of Redmond July 1, 1911 - Sept. 25, 2014 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: No services will be held. Contributions may be made to:

Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend OR 97701 www.partnersbend.org

or a charity of one's choosing.

May 7, 1941 —Sept. 20, 2014 G ary A l t o n T j a d e n o f Crooked River Ranch, OR, assed away o n S e p temer 20, 2014, at the age of 73. He was born May 7, 1941, i n Great Falls, MT, to A l ton and Bernice Tjaden. G ary gr a d u ate d fr o m C onrad H i g h S c h o o l i n 1 959. H e m a r r i e d S a r a Philipps on June 18, 1960 in Conrad, MT. Gary spent th e m a j ority o f his c a reer w o r k in g i n the construction i n d u stry as a carpenter. In his spare time he en -

joyed golfing, e xploring c entral

a n d e a s t er n O r -

egon and spending time

with his family. G ary is s u r vived b y h i s w ife, Sara; a n d h i s t w o children, Frank Tjaden and Sandra McColly of Salem, OR; and three grandchild ren. Other s u r v ivors i n clude his b r others, Steve, of Lincoln, MT and Bruce, of Bremerton, WA. He was s ewing, g ardening, c r o- preceded in death by both cheting and w a s an excel- p arents an d h i s b r o t h er , l ent cook . Edn a w a s a Bill. Memorial co n t r i b utions m ember of th e C h urch o f i n Gary's memory may be the Nazarene and was very active in t h e c h u rch's se- m ade to Partners In C a r e H ospice, 2075 N E W y a t t niors group until her health Court, Bend OR 97701. started failing. A utumn Fu n e r al s of E dna w a s p r e c eded i n h as been death by her husband, Nel- Redmond entrusted w i th th e son. She is survived by her arrangements. five children, nine g r andc hildren, se v e n gr ea t grandchildren, three greatreat-grandchildren and one rother. A graveside service w i l l be held 1:30 p.m. Saturday, July1, 1911- Sept. 25, 2014 O ctober 11, 2014 at D e s A lice A mel i a (Midchutes Memorial Gardens, 63875 N. Highway 97 Bend, d leswart) J o ne s o f Re d Or e g on , p as s e d OR 9 7 701. F u n e ra l ar - m ond, rangements by Niswonger- a way peacefully o n S e p tember 25, 2014 at Angels Reynolds Funeral Home of B end, OR. I n l ieu of fl ow - Aware Adult Foster Care. ers the family requests do- She was 103. A lice wa s b o r n J u l y 1 , nations to Good Samaritan Foundation (memo - Legacy 1911 in Mosier, Oregon, to Hospice - McMinnvflle), Elbert and I s abel QDoble) Middleswart. She grew up P.O. Box 4484,Portland, OR 97208. Condolences may be in the Hood River V a lley, graduating from P a r k dale made online at 1927 . www.niswonger-reynolds.com H igh S c h o o l in Shortly th e r e a fter , sh e went on to teach school in E astern Oregon, fo r f o u r years. On May 10, 1933 she May 30, 1945 - Sept. 23, 2014 married L a w r ence Em m it Gladys Binam, age 69 of Jones in Hood River, OR. Bend Oregon, peacefully Alice loved the outdoors passed away September 23, and was a n a v i d r e a der. 2014. Her daughter, Barbi She was also a l o n g-time was at her side when she m ember o f E a stern S t a r , crossed over . Mom h ad since 1948. struggled with cancer for a A lice leaves behind h e r few y e ars two sons, Lawrence Jones and fi - o f M c M i n nville, O R a n d n ally h e r Kenneth Jones of T enino, b ody w a s W A; a d au g h t er , F e r n e too ex- Wilde of Redmond, OR; 10 hausted to g randchildren; 2 1 g r e a t carry on. g randchildren an d 24 ' i~' She is surgreat-great-grandchildren. vived b y S he w a s p r e c eded i n h er t wo d eath by h e r h u s band o f daughters, over 52 y e a rs, L a w r ence Gladys Binam Jones; both parents; three Weston s isters, R i ta , S y l vi a a n d a nd B a rb i W e e m s ; h e r C larice, w h o m s h e ou t g randchildren, C orey a n d lived by more than ayear. Megan Doser (K im's c h ilThe f a m i l y w i s h e s t o dren), Kaitlan and Hannah t hank A n g el s A w a r e f o r Weems (Barbi's c h ildren); the care an d c o m passion and her great-granddaugh- t hey pr ovided A l i c e o v e r the past seven years. You ter, Zoe Weems. There will be no service or w ill always be part of ou r memorial per Gladys' wishes. family. Memorial co n t r i b utions Mom, y o u g a v e u s so m uch wisdom. W e a r e so in Alice's memory may be h appy that you are out o f m ade to Partners in C a r e your pain and in such a bet- H ospice, 2075 N E W y a t t ter place. We love you. Ct., Bend, OR 97701 or to a In lieu of fl ow ers, please charity of one's choosing. s end condolences t o t h e A utumn Fu n e r al s of family or contributions for R edmond h a s b e e n e n her h e adstone t o htt p : /I trusted wit h t h e a r r a ngewww.deschutesmemorial ments, (541) 5 04-9485. chapel.com/ 541-382-5592. www.autumnfunerals.net

Alice Amelia jones

Jerry Ferrara Jan. 3, 1933- Sept. 26, 2014 J erry Fe r r a r a , p a s s e d away suddenly on Sept. 26, 2014. Jerry was born Jan. 3, 1933, in Montclair, New J ersey, t o M ic h ael a n d Carmela Ferrara. H e was a veteran of t h e Korean War and was with t he H o no r G u a rd . W h i l e serving in Germany, he met the love of his l ife A n n a Maria. They sub/ sequently married and Jerry Ferrara N ew J e r s ey. I n 1 9 66 , t h e y r e l o cated to Southern Califor-

nia and h e began a long

and d i stinguished c a r eer with th e U .S . Postal Service. He r e ceived n u merous s p ecial a c h i evement a wards of w h i c h h e w a s v ery proud. H e r e t ired i n 1 992, and h e a n d A n n a moved to Bend, Oregon, to be closer family. J erry l i k e d m u s i c a n d sports of al l k i nd s,

especially baseball, golf, t ennis and sw i m ming. H e

and Anna enjoyed hiking a nd spending t i m e w i t h family an d f r i e n ds. T h ey r eally e n j o ye d tr i p s to Las Vegas severaltimes a year. Jerry i s su r v i v e d by

d aughter,

In the quiet of the evening, o n S e ptember 2 2 , 20 1 4 Edna Keefauver went to be with her L ord an d Savior. She was born on August 27, 1929, to A l b er t W . an d M ary A . S l i p p i n W a l l a W alla, WA . S h e w a s t h e oungest of 7 children. Her amily settled i n E u g ene, OR where she went to high school and eventually met a nd m ar r i e d Nelso n Keefauver. They were married 61 years. They made their home in L acomb, O R w h e r e t h e y raised five c h ildren: Edna (Glen) Shedd of Jerome, ID; Janice Schwarder of W e st Richland, WA; James (Lori) K eefauver o f Be n d , O R ; Georganne (Steve) Schmitt of Beaverton, OR; and Margaret (Scott) Daniels of Salem, OR. Edna and N elson moved to Bend, OR in 1972. Edna worked for U S B ank u n til the time of her retirement. Edna started every day by reading her Bible. She had many hobbies, and enjoyed

J a n e (Gary)

Grimm; g r a n d - daughter, Michelle (Eric) S v endsen; great-grandson, Mar k ;

p eat-granddaughters, Al-

Gladys Binam

i sha a n d Tay l o r ; tw o great-great-grandchildren, Mark and Ryden; brother, Nick; sister, Catherine; and n umerous n i e c e s an d nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Anna; s isters, Florence and An n ; b rother, Sam u e l ; an d grandson, Anthony. J erry's memory w i l l l i v e on with family and friends a nd t h e c a r i n g s t aff a t DEATHS ELSEWHERE A wbrey P l ac e a n d P a r t ners In Care. A p r i v at e s e r v ice w i t h Deaths ofnote from around the New York Rangers' leading m ilitary h o n o r s w i l l b e world: goal-scorer of the early 1950s held at a later date. Mary Lea Bandy, 71:Played a and one of their most popular D onation s m ay b e major role in the recovery and players of his time. Died Sept. made to Partners In Care, 2075 NE Wyatt C t., Bend, preservation of thousands of 27 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. important films as director of Thomas Maetroianni, 80: AcOR 97701. the film department at the Mu- claimed concertpianist and for-

seum of Modern Art. Died on mer Catholic University dean of

Weekly Arts & Entertainment

Sept. 20 in White Plains, New York.

music. Died Sept. 19 at his home

Wally Hergesheimer, 87:

— From wire reports

in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Bettes (Mike) of Redding,

CA, Eric Smerdon (Alexis) of Knoxville, TN; and greatgranddaughter, A n g e l ena Bettes of Redding. D ave's great l o ves w e r e family, church, Bible study and golf. He was a Gideon

for many years.

A Celebration of Life will be held 2:00 p.m. October 18, 2014 at the Bend Church of the Nazarene, 1270 NE 27th St. in Bend. Memorial contributions in Dave's name may be made to Partners in Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt C t., Bend, OR 97702, orto Gideons International.

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FEATURED OBITUARY

Ex-Haiti president

known for brutalig ByRandal C. Archibold

came president describe him

New York Times News Service

as an introvert who liked fast Duva l ier, cars and jazz and was a mara former presi dent of Hai- tial arts enthusiast. He spoke Jean-Claude

ti known as Baby Doc who

English, Spanish and French

r uled the country w it h a

and attended classes at the University of Haiti, though

bloody brutality, and then shocked the country anew

diplomats whispered that he was unprepared for office and 25-year exile in 2011, died on speculated that his father's Saturday. ministers would be the power

with a sudden return from a

Duvalier, 63, died of a heart

behind the throne.

attack at his home, his lawyer But Duvalier took obvitold The Associated Press, ous cues from his father and and President Michel Mar- quiddy squashed whatever telly announced the death on dissent emerged. Twitter. D uvalier

c o ntinued t o

He curried favor with the United States and exploited its

defend what human rights workers called one of the most oppressive governments in the Western Hemisphere, following in the footsteps of

Cold War aims to ensure that Haiti did not fall under Cuba's sway. Investment increased and he pushed an urbanization his father, Fran~is, known program. He welcomed nonas Papa Doc, who also died government organizations to suddenly in 1971. The son was fill in what his government 19 when he assumed the post could not or would not do, "president for life," as he and leading to a heavy presence his father called it, becoming that still exists today. "The years of Jean-Claude the youngest head of state at thetime. Duvalier were also the time He never apologized for of a rampingup of the current atrocities, induding b r utal highly fragmented landscape crackdowns on opponents of aid delivery in Haiti," said at the hands of the feared Tonton Macoutes, a civilian militia that left a thousand

people, if not more, dead, disappeared or illegally detained in harsh prisons. Indeed,he defended himself as victims of his government pursued cases in Haitian courts on charges

Laurent Dubois, an expert on modern Haitian history at

Duke University. "Jean-Claude Duvalier in-

herited a carefully constructed state apparatus for political repression from his father,

and he largely maintained it during his regime," Dubois said. "But he also cultivated

of corruption and human rights abuses. Duvalier had appeared in court and calmly denied any wrongdoing and even asserted the country

n ew connections with t h e

was better off when he ruled.

omy — some talked of Haiti

U.S., seeking new types of investment in the country. The

model of using small manufacturing to expand the econ-

"Were there deaths and summary executions under your government?" a judge asked him at a hearing in

becoming the 'Taiwan of the Caribbean' — was a key part ofhis economicpolicy, though

March 2013. "Deaths exist in all coun-

ultimate success in alleviating

even he later admitted that its poverty was quite limited."

tries," Duvalier replied almost As political oppression inaudibly. "I didn't intervene mounted, so did stories of in the activities of the police."

his extravagances. When he

Duvalier fled the country in 1986, as political repression and worsening economic conditions set off violent unrest in

fled Haiti, U.S. officials said he held $200 million to $500 million in foreign bank accounts and had a reputation

what was then and still is the

for million-dollar vacations at

hemisphere's poorest coun- luxury resorts, as millions of try. He asked France for asy- Haitians lived in squalor and lum and the United States for scrounged for food. the plane that would take him

While in exile, he kept a

there, a U.S. official said at the low profile but he suddenly time.

returned to Haiti in Jan. 16,

His departure set the stage 2011, saying that the January for democratic, though tu- 2010 earthquake that devmultuous, elections. Human

rights groups have said that he looted Haiti's treasury of millions of dollars and has largely lived off i ll-gotten gains ever since. His presence in the coun-

astated the capital broke his heart and that he wanted to

help rebuild the country. But others wondered if he was

making a bid to secure money still stashed away; he had admitted he spent a fortune

try, and now the fact he will on jewelry, trips and an exnow escape trial, appalled pensive divorce from his first victims and human r ights

wife, Michele Bennett, scion

workers.

of a coffee-producing family. He looked frail and far

"On Duvalier's death I'm

thinking of the look in my thinner than the 250 pounds mother's eyes when she talks he once carried on his six-foot about her brother Joel who frame, and with occasional was disappeared by that dic- trips to the hospital, Haitian tator," Patrick Gaspard, a Hai- media speculated that he had tian-American who is the U.S. ambassador to South Africa, said on Twitter. Duvalier was born July 3, 1951, in Port-au-

returned home to die.

He is survived by his wife, Veronique Roy, and a son and daughter from his first mar-

Prince. Biographical sketches riage, Franqois Nicolas and published at the time he be- Anya.

Lorraine Deere Wing July10 1921to September t8, 2ox4 LorraineDeere Wing passed away September 18, 2014 at the age of 93. She was born in Butte, Montana on July 10, 1921 to Virginia and Frank Wanecek. She married William Flippan, March 21, 1942 and her second husband Walter Wing, December 17, 1952. Shemoved to Redmond, Oregon in 1959, where she lived for the rest of her life. Lorraine was a devoted mother and proud grandmother and she enjoyed reading her Bible and spending time in her daily . devotions. Christmascelebrations were always special at her home as she madeeveryone feel welcome. Her smile warmed hearts and thetunes that she always whistled brought smiles and joy to everyone.She will be deeply missed. Survivors include daughter, Judy Neel, Haines, Alaska;sons, Gary Wing (Barbara), Redmond,Oregon; Bill Wing (Linda), Spokane, Washington; Wally Wing (Margot), Keiser, Oregon; niece and nephews,Peggy Marcovich, Frank Kristovich and Jack Kristovich; ten grandchildren, Kimberly, Tyrone, Jason, Thayna', Eli, Katie, Andy, Daniel, Austin and Avery and eight great-grandchildren who affectionately called her GG. She was preceded in death by her sister Virginia Kristovich. Lorraine's Celebration of I ife will be held October 25 at 11am in the Chapel at St Charles Hospital in Bend, Oregon.


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