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Baughn, M. Arlene

January 10, 1928 – January 1, 2014

Melva Arlene Morris Mills Baughn passed into the arms of the Lord at 7:30 A.M. January 1, 2014.  She was brought into this world January 10, 1928 in Newberg, Oregon, the youngest of 5 children, all of whom preceded her in death as well as her parents Lovic and Myrtle Morris. Arlene loved her garden, craft work and sales at the craft shows.  She looked forward to her and her husband’s many trips to visit their 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.  Hunting was also a special time together with her husband, Harold.  It was during these times that they got to know each other all over again.  Harold and Arlene were married for 59 wonderful years. Continue reading


January 5, 1955 – November 5, 2012
Resided in Scio, Oregon


James Francis Mahony was born on January 5, 1955 in Newberg, Oregon to Michael and Mildred Mahony. He grew up on the family farm off River Road in Gervais, Oregon. He attended elementary school at Sacred Heart Catholic School and graduated from Gervais Union High School in 1973. He was involved in Cross Country & Track in high school and ran two marathons. He served as Corporal in the Oregon National Guard until 1981.  James married Debra Kay Rife on February 14, 1975 and she preceded him in death in 1980. James moved around often over the years, but he has called Scio home over the past 18 plus years.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities. Over the past year he became involved with the Tribal Market Place at Spirit Mountain casino and considered many of the vendors family. James will be deeply missed by children: Jerred Smith, J-me (Brad) Iverson, Michael Mahony, Stafey Kalugin, Brandon Covey, and Steven Covey, siblings; Duane (Liz) Mahony, Mary (Bob) Lanning, Tom (Anna) Mahony, Helen (David) Taylor, and George (Ruby) Mahony, grandchildren; Kaden, Lillian, Stefani, Bradley, Jessica, Austin, James, Dio, and Isaiah, great-grandchildren; Lilia and Alexis. He was also preceded in death by son; James Mahony, brothers; William “Bill” Mahony and Charles Mahony. Celebration of life will be Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 11:00 A.M. at Weddle Funeral Chapel with burial at St. Louis Cemetery at 2:00 P.M.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, OR.


Jane Alice (Marcellus) Nave

Feb. 17, 1935 – Sept. 27, 2010
Resided in Keizer, Oregon

Jane Alice (Marcellus) Nave passed away on Sept. 27, 2010, at the home of her son. Jane was born in Custer, South Dakota, on Feb. 17, 1935, to Myron and Rose Marcellus. She married the love of her life, Drell Nave, on Feb. 14, 1955. Together they had three sons, Rory, Randy and Ricky. Drell passed away in 1970. Their youngest son, Ricky, born with birth defects, lived at Lakeland Village Health Care Facility in Medical Lake, Washington, until he passed away in 1991. Jane had been an active member of Lakeland Village Advisory board for many years. When Jane entered the workforce, she held a variety of jobs. She worked at WSU in the admissions department, in Spokane at Gonzaga University in the finance department and for Prudential insurance company. She moved to Jackson, California, to be closer to her sons in 1989, where she worked for Wal-Mart and was in charge of the greeting card department. When her sons moved to Oregon in 1993, she relocated to Keizer and worked in the jewelry department for Wal-Mart before becoming employed with AARP, helping with senior job placement until her retirement. Jane loved to be near her sons, Rory and Randy. She enjoyed family gatherings, traveling with her friends and making memories with her grandchildren. She was an excellent seamstress, and more than once sewed bridal party dresses for the family and shirts for her sons. She loved to garden and bake; her wonderful holiday pies will be greatly missed. Jane will be remembered most for her soft spoken and gentle disposition, and her lady-like style. Jane leaves behind her son, Rory of Jefferson, Oregon, and his wife, Cheryl and their daughters, Rochelle, Amy and Marlea and four great-grandchildren; her son, Randy of Newberg, Oregon, and his wife, Diane, daughter, Leah and son, Levi; and her brother, Ace Marcellus and his wife, Liz of Pioneer, California. A simple family gathering was held in Pullman City Cemetery in Pullman, Washington, where Jane was laid to rest between her husband and son. Contributions in Janes memory may be made to the American Cancer Society .

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services



Christine  M.  Hatfield

Sept. 15, 1956 -  Aug. 30, 2010



Christine Marie Hatfield was born on Sept. 15, 1956 in Fontana, California.  The daughter of Lester and Gladys Stepp. Chrissy,as her friends knew her, was a champion horse rider and won baking contests in her youth.  She grew up in California and graduated from Rim of the World high school in Lake Arrowhead, California.  She was married to Todd Hatfield in 1975 in California and they made their home in California before moving to Oregon where she had lived in Newberg and W. Salem before moving to Lyons in 2000.  She was a kind and caring mother and wife, and strong friend to those who knew her.  Among her many interests was a love for cats and of the comic character, Garfield, which was reflected in various collections of hers throughout the years.  She also enjoyed travelling and camping, seeing many sights and wonders, helping out with the Boy Scouts of America, and continued through her life a passion for cooking taught by her grandmother.  She is survived by her husband, Todd; son, Joseph; daughter, Michelle; mother, Gladys; brother, Jerry Stepp; and mother-in-law, Shirley Hatfield.

Graveside Memorial will be held Thurs. Sept, 2nd at 11:00 am at Fox Valley Cemetery, Lyons, OR

Arrangements by Weddle Funeral Services, Stayton,OR.

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Virginia Mae Rattay

April 20, 1931 – March 31, 2010
Resided in Aumsville, Oregon

Virginia Mae Rattay passed away on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at her home in Aumsville,OR.  Virginia was a long time resident of Newberg, OR.  She was born on April 20, 1931 to William Alonzo Clapshaw and Anna Marie Van Loo in Forest Grove, OR .  Virginia grew up in Hillsboro, OR. and attended St. Matthew Catholic School, Hillsboro High School and Marylhurst College.

She married George ‘Bill’ Rattay on February 3, 1951 and had seven children.  George preceded Virginia in death in December , 2005.  Virginia is survived by her 2 sisters, Betty Ann St. Pierre, of Portland, and Laura Davis of Hebo;  her children, Margaret Taylor and husband Glenn, Nancy Gooden and husband John  both of Newberg ; David Triston-Rattay and wife Christina of Canberra, Australia;  Marilyn Slaughter and husband Perry of Reno, Nevada; John Rattay and wife Amy of Tucson, Arizona; Richard Rattay of Milwaukie, Oregon; Steven Rattay of Aumsville, Oregon; 10 grandchildren, Melanie, Patrick, Jeffrey, Shawna, Hayley, Jennifer, Mark, Nathaniel, Harrison and Lucas; 7 great -grandchildren, Isaac, Shaianne, Jordan, Bram, Ethan, Grayson and Hayden.

Visitation will be Thursday, April 8, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Rosary will begin at 10:30 A.M. with the Funeral Mass at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, April 9, 2010, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Shaw, OR.  Contributions to The ALS Association of Oregon  310 SW 4th Ave.  Suite 630 Portland, OR 97204  or Willamette Valley Hospice  1015 Third Ave. NW Salem, OR 97304-4007    Arrangement entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.   Online condolences at

Rose Margaret Falleur – Lyons, or.

Rose M. Falleur

December 11, 1936 – January 27, 2009
Resided In Lyons, Oregon


- Rose was born in Jordan, Oregon to Margaret Bender Foltz and Joseph Foltz. She graduated from Stayton High in 1954. She attended Oregon State University. She was a housewife and mother of six children and managed several of the family’s rental properties.

In 1956, Rose and Walter Wells were married. They had 6 children, Gayle Tate, Karen Meyer, Russell Wells, Glenn Wells, Jana Markey, and Cheryl Lowry. They divorced in 1983. In 1984, Firmin Falleur and Rose were married. Rose is survived by children, Russell Wells of Aumsville, Glenn Wells of Stayton, Gayle and Allen Tate of Antelope, Karen and Paul Meyer of Salem, Jana and Tom Markey of Sublimity, Cheryl and Bob Lowry of Turner, Dan and Carol Falleur of Bend, Michelle and Terry Westwood of Hubbard, and Lisa and Frank Nasby of Newberg; grandchildren, Jim, Bill, Sarah, Nicki, Michelle, Traci, Eric, Kelsey, Kaylee, Tiffany, Amanda, Jesse, Danielle, Michael, Jacob, Samantha, Caleb, Kari, Josh, Melody, Sarah, Benjamin, Nik and Zak; great-grandchildren, Ellie, Lilliana, Gloria, Tony, Kaylee, and Leighanna; as well as her brother, Leroy Foltz of Lakewood, Colorado; and her sister, Mary Ann Sullivan of Stayton.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Firmin. Rose enjoyed her family and friends, quilting, crocheting, motorhome travel and her two Shih Tzus. She belonged to the Catholic Church. She was a loving, caring mother and grandmother and will be greatly missed. The rosary is at 7 p.m. on Friday, January 30 at Immaculate Conception Church in Stayton. The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 31 also at Immaculate Conception Church. A reception will follow at the cafeteria of Saint Mary’s Catholic School in Stayton. Interment will be at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Stayton. In lieu of flowers, her family requests contributions to cancer research.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

We at Weddle Funeral Service and Hubbard Chapel consider it both a honor and privilege that our Oregon based family owned funeral operations has been providing, for well over 100 years, of community services and support, we would like to thank the following communities : Albany, Aumsville, Aurora, Beavercreek, Brooks, Canby, Charbonneau, Corvallis, Dallas, Detroit, Eugene, Gates, Gervais, Hubbard, Indepenence, Jefferson, Jordan, Keizer, Lebanon, Lyons, Marion, Mehama, Mill City, Millersburg, Mollala, Monmouth, Mt Angel, Mulino, Newberg, North Santaim, Oregon City, Portland, Salem, Scio, Scotts Mills,Shaw, Springfield, Silverton, St. Paul, Stayton, Sublimity, Sweet Home, Tigard, Tualatin, Turner, Wilsonville, West Salem, West Stayton and Woodburn