October 16, 2007

Oct. 17, 2007 Obituaries

Dale Gordon Ishaug
Oct. 7, 1942-Oct. 6, 2007
Redmond resident Dale Gordon Ishaug, 64, died of natural causes Oct. 6, 2007.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Mr. Ishaug was born Oct. 7, 1942, in Pelican Rapids, Minn., to Ferdinand Ishaug and Agnes Johnson. He joined the Army after graduating from high school. He married Joyce LaVonne Herting in Pelican Rapids, Minn., on Sept. 26, 1964. He was an independent financial representative.
He enjoyed reading, playing cards and spending time outdoors.
Survivors include his wife Joyce Ishaug of Redmond; sons Darrin Ishaug of Seattle, Wash., and Daniel Ishaug of Hermiston; daughters Dindi Marlett of Gresham and Dru Ezell of Bend; sister Dee Gardner of Shakopee, Minn., and Virgie Brandt of Moorehead, Minn.; and five grandchildren.
Autumn Funerals handled the arrangements.

James Garrett Kincaid
April 30, 1943-Sept. 20, 2007
Former Redmond resident James Garrett Kincaid, 64, died Sept. 20, 2007.
A memorial service was held Oct. 3 in Mill Creek, Wash.
Mr. Kincaid was born April 30, 1943, in Seattle, Wash. He attended Oregon State University and Leeds University and earned a bachelor's degree from Portland State. He worked at the Idaho Nuclear Facility and worked in ski patrol in Grand Targhee, Wyo. He earned a law degree from Willamette University and was accepted to the Oregon State Bar in 1973. He started his legal career in Baker as deputy prosecuting attorney and opened a private practice in Redmond, where he lived from 1975 to 1997. He served as the municipal judge of Sisters until 1992. He was an active member of the Oregon State Bar Association, working on many committees over the years and served as president of the Oregon Municipal Judges Association. He retired from law after 25 years and moved to Bellevue, Wash., where he worked for Home Depot and later as a contractor doing remodeling projects and building fences and decks.
He was a dedicated Rotarian for 31 years and hosted several foreign exchange students, Group Study Exchange couples and chaired a project to fund a scholarship for a Redmond singer to spend a year in Austria studying opera. He was a benefactor and Paul Harris fellow for the Rotary Foundation.
He was active in his church and became an elder in1995. He enjoyed piloting small planes, skiing, growing roses and fruit, boating, fishing, woodworking and spending time with his family. He and his wife enjoyed working together remodeling houses, developing gardens and traveling.
Survivors include his wife Sue Kincaid of Mill Creek, Wash.; sons Joseph Kincaid and Bradley Kincaid; stepson Scott Klemp; stepdaughter Jennifer Lippert; mother Mary Johnston and father David Kincaid; brother Robert Kincaid; sister Kathleen Lyda; and three grandchildren.
Barton Family Funeral Home in Kirkland, Wash., handled the arrangements.

Nora Duncan
Oct. 6, 1911-Oct. 11, 2007
Redmond resident Nora Lee Duncan, 96, died Oct. 11, 2007. A viewing will be held Thursday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The funeral will be Friday, Oct. 19 at 3:30 p.m. at Deschutes Memorial Chapel in Bend.
Mrs. Duncan was born Oct. 6, 1911 in Montier, Mo., to George and Nettie Ipock. She graduated from high school in Missouri and married Edgar Duncan there, Dec. 9, 1929. She was a homemaker who loved quilting, fishing, cooking, gardening and being with her family. She belonged to the Redmond Christian Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter , a grandson, a sister and four brothers.
Survivors include sons Leroy Duncan of Prairie City, Ore.; Glen Duncan of Redmond, Harold Duncan of Powell Butte, Ore.; and Harvey Duncan of Durango, Colo.; daughters Virginia Cansler of Yuma, Ariz.; Lena Sue Priday of Siguate Pequa, Honduras; Carol Frances Clark of Sweet Home, Ore.; and Sharon Duncan of Durango, Colo.; brother Carl Ipock of North Powder, Ore.; 21 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Oregon Hunter's Association, Redmond Chapter Scholarship Fund, PO Box 267 Redmond, Ore., 97756, or the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements were made by Deschutes Memorial Chapel.

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