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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 14, 2017 --3 •OBITUARIES Shirley Ann Schultz Shirley Ann Schultz, "Grammy," surrounded by the love of her family, passed away after a long battle with breast cancer. She went to be with God on June 8, 2017 at 3:30am, at the age of 64 in the comfort of her home in Oregon City, Oregon. Shirley Ann Hamill was born to Jack Hamill and Valujean Geelan on June 5, 1953, in Gar- den City, KS.. On August 31, 1971 Shirley gave birth to her son Brian Fakesch in Goldendale WA. On January 8,1980 she married the love of her life CraigSchultz in Gol- dendale and was faithfully at his side for over 37 years. On January 13, 1980 Shirley gaffe birth to her son, Adam Schultz, in• Goldendale. Shirley could grab the room with her personality. With her bright and blingy clothes, paired with her sin- cere love for people she made for the life of the party. Eas- ily making lifelong friends everywhere she went. Her absolute joys in life were raising her grandchildren and her bulldog Arnie. She loved to sing, dance and live life to the fullest at all times. Her favorite trips were to the beach, and her annual Sisters Weekend. She was the matri- arch of her family, guiding them through the good times and the bad times with more love and support than you could ever ask. Shirley was preceded in death by her mother Valu- jean; father Jack; and broth- ers Bill and Earl. Shirley is survived by her husband Craig; son Adam and daughter Alaina; grand- son Logan; granddaughter Sophie; sisters Teresa, Peggy, and Bonnie, and son Brian. Memorial Service to be held at: Holman-Hankins -Bowker & Waud Funeral Service 715 7th Street, Oregon City, OR 97045 Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 1 p.m. Celebration of Life to be held at: The Family Home 14783 S Meadow Ridge Lane, Oregon City, OR 97045 Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 2.m. Kenneth William Gandy Kenneth"Kenny" Williampassing. Arrangements are Gandy passed away peace- under the direction of Ander- fully at his home in Center- son's Tribute Center • Celilo ville, Washington, with fam- Chapel 204 E. 4th Street, The ily and friends by his sidel Dalles, Oregon 97058. Visit on June 2, 2017. He was born www'Anders°nsTribute September 1, 1943 and was 73 to leave a note of years of age at the time of his condolence for the family. Hazel Morehead A memorial service forJune 17 at Klickitat Lutheran Hazel Morehead, who passed Church in Klickitat, Wash- away on June 4, 2017, will be ington. A full obituary will held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, appear at a later date. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT The burn ban for all burning. All burn permits areas protected by Klicki- that have been issued will tat County Rural 7 Fire and be suspended during the Rescue will go into affect ban until the burn season midnight, June 4, 2017 by resumes in the fall. Noper- Resolution 20170510 of the Board of Fire commission- mits will be issued during ers. The Resolution was this period. If you have any signed on May 10, 2017. The questions, please contact ban prohibits all outdoor Rural7 at 509-773-4246 Ext 1. g The Klickitat County office will maintain a pend- Sheriff's Office (KCSO) has ing file for other applicants announced that it will hold for a future firearms train- a classroom firearm train- ing class. ing class at the Goldendale Citizens who successfully KPUD Building on July 22, at complete the Basic Firearm 9 a.m. The class will be four Course will receive a Certifi- hours, cate from the KCSO. Subsequent training atAll citizens who are inter- a range will be announced ested in applying for this when a range location is firearm course can con- determinded, tact the KCSO at the Court Anyone applying for this House located at 205 South course must complete an Columbus Ave. in Golden- application for a criminal dale Monday-Friday 8 a.m history background check to to 5 p.m, or at the West End insure that they can legally Sheriff's Office in the Pioneer bein possession of a firearm. Building in White Salmon The KCSO is limiting the on Wednesday or Thursday firearms course to the first 25 from 9 a.m to 4 p.m.. Apply persons who apply and pass by July 17, 2017. the background check. The The class is free. Backflow Assembly Testing & Repair Flume Road Water Services LLC Same low rates for 2017 509.538.2643 509,637.5842 WA Lic# ROESLS* 080M8 that we really became like to figure out what he was retired he is still keeping Max E cKsorl family." going to do with his future, busy. He is the current wor- The time of Johansen's"I didn't have a whole lot ship director at Community FoRTI SENTI L retirement came a little too of options, andIknew college Grace Brethren Church in soon for him as he was ready wasn't for me so I went down Goldendale and has plans After 41 years of military to be with his friends for one to the local army recruiting to play for the Gorge Winds service Goldendale resi- more show. office and signed up."Concert Band next season. dent Jan (pronounced Yan) "I requested a six week Once in the army Johansen Johansen is also a com- Johansen retired on May 31 extension to play with the became an Electronics Tech- from the United States Army band one last time, for a con- nician and during his six mercial pilot providing non- National Guard in what cert we have been practic- year stint was stationed in emergency medical trans- Johansen says is a "bitter- ing for, so it was somewhat Texas, Alaska, and Virginia. port for people to major cities sweet" ending to a long and of a disappointing ending •While stationed in Texas he through-out the northwest fulfilling career, leaving the because we had built a really met his wife Carolyn, who he for a company called Angel service with the rank of First good musical team over the married in 1977 and has two Flight Northwest. Sergeant. years, and really most of my sons with; they are celebrat- "It is my way of giving back Thirty-five of those adult life I have been with ing40-yearstogether, to people and it lets me train years were spent with the this group." Johansen finished his and prepare other pilots to 234th Army Band allowing Born in Denmark, enlistment period of the provide such a needed ser- Johansen to travel, perform Johansen immigrated with armyin 1980. Two years later vice," Johansen said. "I've for foreign dignitaries, play- his parents to theWillamette a chance encounter with a been going up about once ing for former president valley near Salem, Oregonin member of the 234th Army George W. Bush, andforming the 1960s where he attended band encouraged Johansen a month but I hope I can do more now that I'm retired." life4ong friendships with his Sprague High School. to audition for the group. Whatever retirement holds bandmates. "I was always pretty much "I thought it sounded like "I really enjoyed the ups a band geek in high school," agoodidea, and I could make for Johansen he is ready for and downs ofit all," Johansen Johansen said. "I also com- a little extra cash. So I went it. said. "What I found great peted on the varsity wres- and tried out and they liked "I just plan on staying about the experience was tling team." me, so I signed up and started busy with my church and try being with the same group After graduating in 1974 my.journey with the 234th." to relax and enjoy life when I of people for so many years Johansen says he felt pressed Though Johansen is nowcan." Johansen said. 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