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Greeley, Colorado - May 20, 1944
"Pfc. Lyndel C. Patrick, 26, whose wife and son live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Haworth, near Jackson lake north of Weldona, is a prisoner of war in Germany, Mrs. Patrick has been informed by the war department. Patrick was captured In Italy and was first reported missing in action since Feb. 23. He was a member of the 167th Infantry, having gone into service with the national guards. Patrick was born May 4, 1919, and attended South high in Denver. He has never seen his son, Lyndell Jr., who is one year old. Patrick's parents live in Denver. "
Lola divorced Lyndell in 1945, and in 1950 killed her son Lyndellin Klamath County, Oregon in a service station restroom. She attempted to kill herself, but survived, and married Shelby Edison Stillwell in 1957 in Salem Oregon.
Lola Caroline Haworth, born at Kirk October 9, 1923, died May 11, 2006, name of Patrick in 1946, and as Stillwell in 1959. She died in Coos County, Oregon, spouse Edison.
News-Register, McMinnville, Oregon, November 18, 1999 Private family services will be held for former Sheridan resident Shelby Edison Stillwell of Bandon. Mr. Stillwell died Nov. 10, 1999, in his home. He was 84. He was born Aug. 21, 1915, and raised in Newberg. He graduated from St. Paul High School. He moved to the Sheridan area in 1938. He worked in highway construction in Oregon until the early 1940s. He served in the merchant marine for 20 years before retiring and later attended Chemeketa Community College. He enjoyed fishing and upholstering furniture. Survivors include his wife, Lola Stillwell of Bandon; a sister, June Yeadon of Amity; and many nieces and nephews.
Dorothy Poitras, 89, of Albany, Oregon, died Friday. , Febraury 6, 2015.
The daughter of George Barclay and Caroline Leona (Johnson) Haworth, she was born in Joes, Colorado. She graduated from Weldona High School and then moved to Denver in 1944 to work in an ammunition plant during the war.
Dorothy moved to Albany in 1951 and went to work for Nebergall Meat Processing. She married Lawrence Poitras on June 27, 1953 in Albany and was a member of the Community Church of Christ.
Dorothy is survived by her stepson, David Poitras, of Springfield; brother, Gurney B. Haworth of Albany; sisters, Doris J. Hudson, of Hillsboro, Darlene Pankalla, of Albany, Madeline Midgorden, of Des Moines, Iowa; and grandson, Nicholas Poitras.
She was preceded in death by her parents, and by her beloved husband, Lawrence. A viewing is scheduled for 4-6pm, Wednesday, February 11 at Fisher Funeral Home, 306 SW Washington St. in Albany. There will be a funeral service at 11am, Thursday, February 12 at Fisher Funeral Home, followed by a graveside committal at Willamette Memorial Park.
Wayne "Bud" Pankalla, 88, of Albany died Friday at his home. Born in Independence, OR to Emory and Ida (Hampton) Pankalla, Bud grew up in Corvallis and in 1944 joined the US Navy, where he served on the USS Chenago. Following his discharge, Bud returned to Corvallis where he began his career in well drilling, working first for other companies, and then starting his own business.
On June 6th, 1970, Bud married Darlene (Haworth), and together they enjoyed their regular Saturday night card games with friends and spending time with family. Bud loved traveling throughout Oregon where he'd hunt, fish, golf, and make periodic stops at Spirit Mountain Casino. He was an avid gardener, a member of the Eagles Club and the American Legion.
Survivors include his wife Darlene of Albany; daughters Kathy Holman and husband Dave of Portland, Patty Street and husband Dan of Albany, and Peggy Burris and husband Larry of Albany; son Doug Hart and wife Deanna of Scio; 10 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
Bud was preceded in death by a brother Wally Pankalla. A funeral service will begin at 11am Thursday at Fisher Funeral Home, followed by a graveside committal at Willamette Memorial Park.
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