April 17, 2007


Charles Elton Harriman
Jan. 28, 1928-April 8, 2007
Terrebonne resident Charles Elton Harriman, 79, died April 8, 2007. A celebration of life service was held April 13 at the Living Hope Christian Center in Madras. Mr. Harriman was born Jan. 28, 1928, in The Dalles to Charles Nelson and Mildred (Wilde) Harriman. He married his high school sweetheart, Elizabeth Jane Lemke, in the fall of 1948. They lived in The Dalles, Salem, Yakima, Wash., and Alaska. They lived in Madras for seven years and lived in Woodburn for 35 years. He worked in the tire industry as a salesman and manager and owned a tire store. After retiring, he drove a school bus in Woodburn for many years. He enjoyed water skiing racing, Western books and circle word puzzles. He was a member of the Living Hope Christian Church in Madras and was passionate about whatever he and his family did.
Survivors include his wife Liz Harriman of Terrebonne; daughter Connie Thornton of Terrebonne; sons Bruce Harriman of Terrebonne and Fred Harriman of Woodland, Wash.; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Autumn Funerals handled the arrangements.

Marjorie Marie Rollins
Nov. 16, 1945-April 11, 2007
Terrebonne resident Marjorie Marie Rollins, 61, died April 11, 2007. A memorial will be held at noon Saturday, April 21, at the Redmond Grange, 707 S.W. Kalama. Mrs. Rollins was born Nov. 16, 1945, in Modesto, Calif., to Al and Freda Siler. She married Richard Rollins in Weiser, Idaho, Feb. 5, 1964. She was a homemaker and artist who loved to paint. She was preceded in death by her father, Albert Siler.
Survivors include her husband Richard Rollins, mother Freda Siler of Terrebonne, son Albert Rollins of Terrebonne, daughters Anna Brossard of Springdale, Wash.; Bonnie Bowlin, Connie Neel and Debbie Thayer, all of Redmond; brother Ron Siler of Culver, O

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