Thursday, August 4, 2005
Anne J. Tiller
Anna Johanna (Olson) Tiller passed away on April 16, 2005, at the Hood River Care Center. She was 87 years of age.
Anna was born to Carl August and Emma Christina (Vallin) Olson on Nov. 2, 1917, in Yacolt, Wash. She grew up on the family farm with her nine brothers and sisters and went to school in a one room schoolhouse. She graduated from Battle Ground High School.
She met her husband, “Sarge” Tiller, in Vancouver, Wash., while he was stationed there in the service. They married on Jan. 1, 1942. Four children followed: son, Buddy, and daughters, Kathy, Winnie and Kerry.
They moved to Cascade Locks in the early 1950s. Anna was a waitress for over 50 years and owned her own place at one time: Tiller’s Kitchen. She loved people, her flowers and her garden, but her greatest joy was her family, especially her grandchildren, with whom she spent many happy hours. She lived a long and happy life full of grace and dignity. She loved deeply and was deeply loved.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Sarge, in 1962 and her son, Buddy, in 1997.
She is survived by her daughters, Kathy Stutters (Jim) of Cascade Locks, Winnie Hawkins (Bruce) of Brightwood and Kerry Schenk (Jim) of North Bend; grandchildren Karena, Tara, Grant, Linnea, Lora, Dan, Katrina, Angel and Carl; 21 great-grandchildren; and very special friend Patt Hawkins of Rockaway Beach.
A private family service will be held at Willamette National Cemetery.
“When we smell honeysuckle and roses, we will think of you, Mom.”
Arrangements are by Anderson’s Tribute Center, (Funerals-Receptions-Cremations), 1401 Belmont, Hood River, OR 97031.
Terri Lea Caldwell, 46, passed away at her home in BZ Corners, Wash., on April 7, 2005. She was born to Janice Marilyn (Forest) and Theodore Lee Schadewitz in LaGrande, Ore., on Feb. 6, 1959.
Terri attended grade school in Condon, Ore., and in the early 1970s moved to White Salmon, Wash. She graduated from Columbia High School in 1977. Shortly after high school Terri went to beauty school and then worked in beauty salons in Hood River, including Oak Mall Hair Company and Anne Cruz. In 2000 she and her daughter, Sabrina, opened Infinity Salon and Tanning in Bingen. Terri retired from the salon business four years ago.
Terri married Daniel Caldwell on June 10, 1997, in Florida. She was an exceptional homemaker, and enjoyed outdoor activities like gardening and swimming. She collected glass eggs, crystal and vases. She was devoted to her family, friends and animals and always enjoyed life to the fullest.
Terri is survived by her husband, Daniel, of BZ Corners; daughters Sabrina Jensen of White Salmon and Sarah Roberts of Lincoln City, Ore.; mother and stepfather Janice and Bob Luth of White Salmon; and a brother, Ted L. Schadewitz, Jr., of Bingen, Wash.
Terri was preceded in death by her father, Ted L. Schadewitz, Sr., and a brother, Larry L. Schadewitz. She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friends.
A Celebration of Life and reception will be held at the White Salmon Elks Lodge Thursday, April 21, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Gardner Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements.
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