1984 (1) Alfred Tennyson (19) Alpheus (1) Ambler (1) amelia (1) anderson (2) Andrew jackson (1) anna (5) annie (4) beers (1) berhardt mischke (1) Bill (6) Blackwood (1) bolen (1) bolin (1) brasher (4) Brewen (4) Brownlee (1) buttke (2) butts (1) Carden (1) carl wilhelm (1) catherine (1) cemetery (1) charles (1) Chelan (1) Christian church (1) cicero (14) clara (11) clark (2) Clayton (1) Clemans (1) Cline (1) Cook (2) Cornelius Jr. (9) cornelius Oder (1) Cornelius Sr. (8) Culberson (4) Daisy (2) Daniel Jefferson (4) David Robert (5) davis family (1) davis herzog (1) DeRosa (1) Douglas (1) durham (2) Ella (1) Ella Hand (1) elmer (2) Emley (1) entiat (14) entiat story part 1 (2) entiat story part 10 (1) entiat story part 12 (1) entiat story part 2 (2) entiat story part 3 (2) Entiat story part 4 (2) entiat story part 5 (2) entiat story part 6 (2) entiat story part 7 (1) entiat story part 8 (1) Entiat Story part 9 (1) etta (2) Eva J. (12) Eveline Jennie Stanley (1) family names (1) family pictures (3) Family Recipe Friday (2) felix (1) Flora Louise (5) Florence Rice (4) forrest (1) Frances Eveleen (26) frank (7) frank mischke (2) franz Mischke (1) genealogy (1) George David (1) george herzog (2) george outlaw (2) George R. Hand (7) gilkey (1) gold headed cane (5) Gooden (1) Graber (1) Greenway (1) Hand (8) hardin (1) Harmon (1) Harrison (1) herbert Moninger (2) herzog (23) history (1) Holcomb (1) homeplace (1) homeschooling (1) huff (2) Hull (1) Ida Elizabeth Martin (2) Isaac jr (1) isaac sr. (1) Isle of Wight (1) James (1) James Ambers Washington Cook (1) James Cornelius (4) Janet Overman Chouzenoux (1) JAW Cook (1) Jesse (1) joanna caroline (1) john (1) john brewen (2) John cornelius (3) John Martin (1) John R. Stanley (1) John Stanley (1) Joseph George (28) Joseph Harmon Vaughn (1) Joseph Thomas (5) Josiah S. Martin (2) kids (1) King (2) Lady (1) Larkin Nelson Martin (1) Lawrence (1) letters (23) Lord Robert (1) Lowe (1) ludwig (2) margarette (1) marie (1) Martha Elizabeth Cook (1) martin (7) mary brewen (4) mccormick (1) meggers (1) miers (1) Military Monday (1) mischke (15) MO (1) Naomi Eileen (1) obituaries (17) oliver cromwell (1) outlaw (1) overman (6) Paul Andrew (2) penney (1) Peter Culberson (2) Peterson (1) Poole (1) recipe (2) redwine (2) Reed (1) reunions (3) Rice (3) Richmond (1) Roderick (1) Rozell (1) Ruth Bernice (1) Ruth Klein (3) sapp (1) sarah ann (1) sarah satira (2) Schnebele (1) scrapbooking (1) Stanley (12) Stanley George (12) stories (15) surnames (1) susannah sarah (1) Sutton (1) taplett (1) The Newcomer (1) Thomas Edward Brasher (1) Tippens (1) topfer (3) Treasure Chest Thursday (1) Tuesdays' Tip (3) uncle bum (1) Vaughan (11) Vaughn (48) Victoria Theresa (2) walter george (1) Warwick (1) webster (1) Wedding Wednesday (2) welcome (1) will (2) William Culberson (1) William D. (3) William Hiram (1) William Joseph (5) William Lindley (2) Wisdom Wednesday (2) Wordless Wednesday (3)

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Paul Andrew Herzog obituary

Paul Andrew Herzog, formerly of Bothell, passed away peacefully in the wee hours of Sunday morning, November 28, 2010, in his Camano Island home. Born in August 10, 1925, grew up in the Depression, Paul served in the Army in WWII, and came home to marry, raise a family of five and live a life full of love and laughter.

He was preceded in death in 1992 by his wife of 40 years, Elaine B. (Anderson) Herzog, and will be laid to rest next to her at Sunset Hills of Bellevue. He is survived by his five children, Kathy, Steve, Karen, Stan and Stewart, and by his precious sister Esther, to whom we extend gratitude for so much loving care of our father Paul. He considered his offspring and extended family to be his greatest treasure, including each of his 11 grandchildren, 31 nieces and nephews, and large network of cousins, in-laws and shirt-tail relatives, most of whom he stayed in contact with up to the end. He was the most faithful kind of friend. If you were in this network, then you probably got a Christmas card every year from Paul.

We will be celebrating Paul’s life on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, at Camano Chapel (867 S., West Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA 98282) beginning at 2 pm.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Obituary: Anna Ruth Klein Clemans

Anna Ruth Clemans
Anna Ruth Clemans, 70, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, November 11, 2010. She was born April 5, 1940. She lived in Bothell, Washington graduating from Bothell High School in 1958. Anna was employed by the Northshore School District for many years.
Gifted in music, Anna played the piano and organ for the Bothell Free Methodist until she and her husband, Bob, moved to Camano Island in 1990. Bob and Anna loved to travel, especially to Alaska. Anna continued her love for music as a musician and conductor of the orchestra at Camano Chapel.
Anna was preceded in death by he father, Fred Klein; mother Ruth Klein; and husband, Robert Clemans.
She is survived by a sister, Linda Walla (Steve), of Snohomish, WA; two step children, Cher Sanchez and David Clemans; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson.
A celebration of her life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2010, at Camano Chapel, 867 S. West Camano Dr. Camano Island, WA 98282.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Flora Louise Vaughn Overman

Descendants of Flora Louise Vaughn


Generation No. 1

1. FLORA LOUISE7 VAUGHN (JOSEPH GEORGE6, JOSEPH THOMAS5, CORNELIUS4, CORNELIUS3, JAMES CORNELIUS2, LORD ROBERT1 VAUGHAN) was born August 21, 1898 in Medical Lake, WA (Spokane), and died January 07, 1984 in Seattle, King Co, WA. She married ORA OVERMAN. He died April 10, 1979.


This is a story about Flora Louise Vaughn. This was sent by her daughter, Linda.

Where to begin describing FLORA LOUISE, a beloved mother and grandmother? Perhaps with what she loved. She loved the Entiat Valley in the Washington State with all its wildflowers in spring, wind in the leaves, sound of the river rushing over the rocks, picnicking "up the Icicle", poetry, literature, traveling vicariously through travel documentaries, gardens, sweet new mornings, her children, grandchildren and family. Walking (everywhere)--especially to the library--this kept her straight and strong and probably helped through her 3 kinds of cancer. She loved playing the piano that her brother William (Bill)
helped her acquire in her early marriage to Ora Anthony Overman in 1921.

Most of all, she loved, leaned and lived all her life on the foundation of her Christian faith gained from her parents Joseph and Eva (Jenny) Vaughn at the "little brown church in the wildwood" along the Entiat River, which empties into the larger Columbiana River in Eastern Washington. Flora's faith was her enduring comfort and joy. Several of Flora's children--like many Vaughns-were baptized in that sparkling river.

As Wenatchee High School Valedictorian of her class in 1919, Flora was unable to use the scholarship she was awarded to Whitman College the following autumn when she became ill with tuberculosis. She later attended a business school in Wenatchee and spent many years in bookkeeping positions associated with the fruit industry, the last being Standard Fruits Co. in Wenatchee. She worked very hard to support her family whether it was in the orchard, garden, home or office and quietly kept in her bible and Indian quotation referencing not to judge a person without walking a mile in their mocassins. Flora remembered welcoming as a young child the Costal Indians who would pass by her parents' homestead up the Entiat Valley enroute to their seasonal hunting. They would stop by, be offered food by the Vaughns, and go on their way. (Once they gave a gift of a doll to Flora.)

Five of the six children Flora and Ora raised had their earliest memories in Entiat before moving to Wenatchee for their high school years. After Grandma Jenny passed away from diabetes, Grandpa Joe went to live with Flora and Ora in their 1016 N. Wenatchee Avenue home. Grandpa passed away in 1943, only a few months after Linda was born. Sister Janet remembers Uncles William and Elmer Vaughn taking turns helping Flora care for Grandpa Joe in the last of his illness as Flora also had her day job.


Children of FLORA VAUGHN and ORA OVERMAN are:
i. CHARLES OVERMAN, b. November 14, 1932 d. May 13, 2008. Buried May 22, 2008, Entiat Cemetery, Entiat, WA. To see Charles Overman's Obituary, Click HERE
ii. GENE OVERMAN, b. January 6, 1923 in Wenatchee, WA and d. May 14, 2009 in Spokane, Washington.
iii. LORA MAE OVERMAN, b. Private.
iv. DORIS OVERMAN, b. Private.
v. JANET OVERMAN, b. Private

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Jerry DeRosa

Just to let you know that Jerry DeRosa passed away on January 22, 2010.  He was 90 years old.  There will be  a memorial service sometime in March in California.  He is survived by his wife Dottie DeRosa (the daughter of Frances Eveleen Vaughn Ambler)
The Obituary for Jerry DeRosa:
Jerry A. DeRosa
May 4, 1918 - Jan. 22, 2010
Born May 4, 1918, Jerry Alfred DeRosa went home to be with the Lord on Friday January 22. He is survived by his beloved wife of 51 years, Dorothy (Ambler) DeRosa.  Jerry is also survived by his sister, Theresa Minietta of Reno, NV; daughter, Ann Noren and her husband Keith; son, David DeRosa and his wife Sandra; daughter, Concetta Herigstad and her husband Curtis.  Also surviving are grandchildren Todd (Christy Hentz) Noren, Kariann (Gabriel) Virissimo, Brandy (Chris) Lighthall, Robert & Jason DeRosa, Jeromy, Justin, Jordan, Jacob, & Chase Herigstad and great-grandchildren Gabriel & Noah Virissimo, Carter Noren, and Elijah & Eden Lighthall along with several nieces and nephews.  Jerry was born in New York City, NY and Raised in Brooklyn, NY.  He Joined the U.S. Navy in 1937, where he served for 9 years on the Battleship USS Arkansas, Aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, and the Destroyer USS Buck.  When his time of active duty was over he re-enlisted in U.S. Naval Air Reserves for the next 16 years.  He married Dorothy (Dottie) Ambler, the love of his life in 1959 and settled in the California Bay area, where they raised three children.  They based their home in the Santa Cruz Mountains.  He continued to serve his country as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal service, spreading sunshine and song to whomever he came in contact with, including all the church youth that he continually opened his home to.
He first started showing signs of Alzheimer's about 10 years ago. Praise the Lord it progressed slowly at first.  The official diagnosis came 4 years ago. With the help of medication and a wonderful therapy center, he was able to live at home with his wife until August 2009, at which time they both moved to an assisted living facility.
 The memorial service celebrating the life of Jerry DeRosa will be on Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 1:00 PM (Pacific Time) at Covenant Community Church, 3870 Alamo Drive, Vacaville, CA 95687
In lieu of flowers the Family has asked that a donation be made in Jerry’s named to the Alzheimer’s Association for medical research and assistance. It is listed on the Alzheimer’s association web site as “Jerry A. DeRosa Memorial Fund” or follow the link below.