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Obituaries: John Stuart Christensen (Feb. 17, 1941 – May 5, 2011)

Read more...John Stuart Christensen, born February 17, 1941, in San Francisco, passed away on May 5, 2011, in Crescent City. He was a nine year resident of Del Norte County.

John enjoyed motorcycle riding, wood working, and was an all-around handy man who built his own log home. Prior to his retirement, John was a firefighter for 25 years and then was an arson investigator. John was a huge sports fan, he especially loved the 49’ers, Giants, Sharks and Warriors. He bowled a 300 in league play! He enjoyed spending time with his lovely wife, and together they traveled to all 50 states and all Canadian Provinces. John was known for his great laugh and sense of humor. He always knew when to say “yes Dear.”


Obituaries: Janice LaRue Sausser (Nov. 25, 1931 – April. 29, 2011)

Read more...Janice LaRue (Schrock) Sausser was born November 25, 1931, in Sabetha, Kansas, to Chester and Roxie Moorehead. She attended and later graduated from Seneca High School in 1950. She worked in admissions at Seaside Hospital then worked as a switchboard operator for Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City.

LaRue was previously married to Floyd Schrock and to that union were born three children. The marriage ended in divorce and LaRue married John Wesley Sausser, Jr. in Eugene, Oregon, on May 10, 2003.


Obituaries: Roger Eugene Snider (June 5, 1941 – May. 5, 2011)

Roger Eugene Snider, 69, passed away on May 5, 2011, in Eureka, Calif. A life-long resident of Del Norte County, he was born on June 5, 1941.

A Viet Nam veteran, he served for three years as a combat engineer. Roger was a life member of the local VFW.Post #1381. After returning from the service Roger was employed by Miller Rellium and Simpson Timber and was known to have good work ethics. For enjoyment Roger loved to bowl and duck hunt.

He is survived by his mother Juanita Snider; brother Rodney Snider, sisters and brothers-in-law Vicki and Jim Goodman, Lolita and John Hallock, all of Crescent City, and sister Maxine Russell of Wash.


Death notices published May 10, 2011


Death notices published May 07, 2011


Obituaries: Owen Tuttle (June 1, 1957 – April 28, 2011)

Read more...Owen Tuttle, born in Reno, Nev., on June 1, 1957, passed away April 28, 2011, in Sacramento, Calif. He was the son of Clayton and Jessie Tuttle of Sutter Creek, Calif.; brother of Jessie Wiser of Kelseyville, Calif., Kelly Tuttle of Campbell, Calif.; uncle of Gregory Wiser, Marcus Wiser, Jeselyn Bowers; great-uncle of Conner Bowers; grandfather of Ivy Tuttle as well as other uncles and cousins.

Owen was an avid hunter and fisherman throughout his growing-up years and was the father of three sons, Raymond, Andre and Ryan Tuttle, who live in Oregon.


Obituaries: Douglas Deauwayne McCarty (Sept. 24, 1952 – April. 20, 2011)

Former Grants Pass resident Douglas Deauwayne McCarty, 58, passed away on April 20, 2011, in Fort Dick, following a long illness.

He was born in Fresno, Calif., in 1952 to Tommie Ann (Ivy) and William Douglas McCarty. Douglas was an avid falconer and professional mushroom grower. He was very active with “Safe Access Now” in Del Norte County and was tireless in his efforts to promote and protect marijuana. Doug was also active with several law enforcement agencies in both California and Oregon.

Douglas met his future wife, Andrea Welch in Rogue River. Together they ran Klamath Falls Mushroom farm until it closed in the mid-80s. They were married and moved back to Grants Pass.


Death notices published May 04, 2011


Obituaries: Rosemarie “Rosie” Short (June 24, 1928 – April 24, 2011)

Read more...Rosie Short was born on June 24, 1928, in Beecher City, Illinois. She passed away peacefully at her Central Point home, her son and daughter at her side, on Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011.

Rosie was the daughter of Floyd and Dolly Ireland. When she was 4, the family left Illinois and moved to Oregon. At 17 Rosie met and fell in love with William (Bill) Short, a 20-year-old returning war veteran with a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. They married in April 1946 and in March of the following year their first child, Sharon, was born. Rosie and Bill bought a lot in Eagle Point, and using reclaimed lumber from Camp White, they built a modest house with their own two hands. There they had two sons, Steve (b. 1948) and Gary (b. 1954).

In the early 1960s the Short family moved to Crescent City,  where Bill started fishing and Rosie worked for 14 years as a teacher’s aide, a job she found particularly rewarding because of her love of children.


Obituaries: John Henry Yingt III (June. 21, 1940 – April 26, 2011)

Read more...John Henry Yingst III was born June 21, 1940, in Lebanon, Pa, and passed on April 27, 2011, in Fairfield, Conn.

He graduated from Del Norte High School in 1958. He attended Humbolt State. He began his career as a forestry engineer for Simpson Timber Company. He followed his passion for the outdoors and was a commercial fisherman in Crescent City for over 30 years. He was the captain of the Seabird. He also served as a harbor commissioner for the Crescent City Harbor District. He was a member of the 1609 Elks Lodge for over 45 years. He will be remembered as an avid outdoorsman who loved golfing, hunting and fishing.


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