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4 The Sun, Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Obituaries He was preceded in death by a brother Tommy and a sister Edna. Memorial services were held Sept. 19 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Grand Ronde. To leave online condolences visit Kent Arlen Kidwell Nov. 10, 1957---Sept. 14, 2009 Kent Mien Kidwell, 51, of Willamina, died Sept. 14 in McMinnville. He was born Nov. 10, 1957 in Tonasket, Wash., the son of George R. and Darleene J. (Loney) Kidwell. He attended school in OroviUe, Wash. and college in Kirkland, Wash. and served in the United States Air Force as an Airman First Class. He married Cheryl Ann Rolen on August 29, 1992 in Wdlamina. His primary occupation was driving truck. Because of his love for Iruck driving his life long dream was to build a Trucker&apos;s Fast Food Drive-In. He was a loving and devoted father to five children and at- tended the Crossroads Worship Center in Wdlamina. Survivors include his mother, Darleene Kidwell Owyen of Oroville, Wash.; wife, Cheryl Ann Kidwell of Wtllamina; children, Thomas Burke, Christopher Kidwell, Crystal Kidwell, Jennifer" Kidwell and Jonathon KidweU, all of Willamina; brother, Keith Kidwell of Hong Kong; sister, Lawana Floyd of Burley, Idaho; and two grandchildren. Services were held Sept. 18 at Crossroads Worship Center in Wdlamina. Interment was in Buck Hollow Cemetery, Wfl- lamina. Arrangements were under the direction of Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home To leave on-line condo- lences go to www.Adamsons Patsy Lorraine (Jones) Reznicsek Jan. 26, 1940--Sept. 18, 2009 Patsy Lorraine (Jones) Reznicsek, of Grand Ronde, died Sept. 18 in McMinnville. She was born Jan. 26, 1940 in McMinnville, the daughter of Charley W. Jones, and Beulah Mary (Frack) Jones. She married Albert Rez- nicsek on Sept. 16, 1955 in Neskowin. They were married for 54 years, and lived the en- tire time in Grand Ronde. She is survived by her hus- band, Albert Reaicsek; her sis- ter, Betty Pickelsimer; two sons, Richard Reznicsek of Redmond and Dan Reznicsek of Salem; and six grandchil- dren, Pamela Reznicselq Rich- ard Reznicsek Jr. and Joshua Reznicsek all of Albany, Adam Reznicsek of Redmond, Marlee Reznicsek andAllee Reznicsek of Salem. She was a lifelong home- maker and devoted wife and mother. She enjoyed horses, crocheting, and family time. She was an active member of the Church of the W'ddwood in Grand Ronde. Private services will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation c/o Macy & Son. To leave online cofldolences, please visit Jack Lee 'Kip' Smith May 25, 1936--Sept. 11, 2009 Jack Lee "Kip" Smith, 73, of Grand Ronde died Sept. 11. He was born on May 25, 1935 in Brooand, Texas, the son of Leon and Lois Medley Burks. He moved to Pasadena, Calif. as a young man where he lived until moving to McMiun- ville in 1978, then to Grand Ronde in 1979 where he has resided since. He married Teresa Etherton on Dec. 16, 1972 in Pasadena, Calif. He worked as an accountant for many years and for Mike Arthur's Machine Shop until retiring in 1999. With his wife Teresa he owned and operated Granny Franny's Farm Bed & Breakfast in Grand Ronde. He is remembered as a kind, loving, gentle and philosophi- cal person that cared for his family and for those that were less fortunate and a devoted and loyal husband. His hobbies in- cluded chess, music, old mov- ies, farming and animals. He is survived by hiS wife, Teresa; son, Otto (Shyla); daughters, Nicole (Jeff) and Andrea; brothers, "Junior" and "Buster"; grandchildren, Jenni- fer, Jessica, Jodon, Andrew, Anthony and Anastasia; and great-grandchildren, Riyen, Huxley, and Sophie. Agnes C. Ellis April 29, 1913--Sept. 17, 2009 Agnes C. Ellis, 96, of Sfieri- dan, died Sept. 17 in Salem. She was bomApri129, 1913 in Verona, Mo., the daughter of Effa and Homer Wdks. She married Lawrence S. Ellis on March 14, 1932. She helped her husband with their grocery store and meat cutting business. She was a homemaker and mother, en- joyed volunteering and was ac- tive in her childrens' lives and with the community. She and her husband enjoyed camping, fishing and traveling. She was a member of Sheridan First Christian Church, Garden Club, Bridge Club, Pinochle Club and Oregon Extension Club (FCE). Survivors include her daughters, Bonnie Stoutenburg of Yakima, Wash., Betty Jo Ham of Salem and Julie Eisele of Keizer; 10 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Services were held Sept. 21 at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Interment was at Green Crest Memorial Park. Contributions: Alzheimer's Network of Oregon. Robert Baker Cremation of Oregon Basic Cremation Simple Traditional Funeral $ 4q 5 l.dd$147 n| t 5 -. come,e.e casket notinc Trust those who care. www'alternativeburialandcrematinfregn'cm Advance Planning and Prefunding Available Photo by George Roberlson Three members of the West Valley Kiwanis Club were honored last weak during the club's installation dinner. Bob White, left, who served as president during the past year, received the Kiwanian of the Year award. Dennis Ulrich, center, owner of G&M Insurance, was honored with the club's Service Award and Dr. Gary Brooks, right, received the Leadership Award. White, owner of Yamhill County Real Estate, has been appointed district governor of Kiwanis. Warning issued on fake IRS stimulus letters Attorney General John Kroger is warning Oregonians about fake Internal Revenue Service e-mails, which ask re- cipients for personal financial information to receive addi- tional stimulus checks. To date, the IRS reports that taxpayers have forwarded them more than 33,000 of these scam e-mails. Taxpayers who receive unsolicited e-mails claiming to be from the IRS can forward the message to a special e-mail ad- dress: The most pervasive IRS scam e-mail in circulation re- lates to economic stimulus pay- ments. In reality, to receive the slulus payment from the IRS most taxpayers had to do noth- ing beyond filing their federal tax return. ::: ,j<!  : .  i  D Dat dvantage, LLC. For complete details, visit the Hospital 4" + + 8970 sw Tualatin-Sherwood Rd. ( lualatin, OR 9706- " (503) 925-8685