Ouren, Louis H., 76, of Hibert, WI, formerly of Omaha. Died Tues. Feb. 4 at his home. Born Aug. 11, 1920, Des Moines, IA to Louis H. and Hazel (Stevens) OUREN. Survived by sons Steve Duren of Shell Beach, CA, Charlie and Teresa Ouren of Omaha, daughter Cheryl and Michael Jansen of Hibert, WI, 7
Ouren, Edward M., 79 of 801 S. 52nd St., Survived by wife, Frances, brother, Louis H., nephews, Louis, Henry (all of Omaha), Richard Everson (nephew) of El Reno, OK, sister-in-law, Mrs. Leroy Kleeman of Snyder, NE. Services Wed 1 pm Fitch & Cole Memorial Chapel, Dr. Robert E. Naylor officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery Omaha
Bostrom, Roy E., 82; of Omaha. Survived by son James R.; daughter Mary Flatt both of Omaha; 2 sisters Eleanor B. Eggen of Perham, MN and Florence A. Douglas of Spokane, WA; 5 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; cousins Bert and Fern Marlow of Omaha. Services 11 am Sat. at Roeder Mortuary. Interment Calhoun Cemetery, Missouri
Bostrom, Marguerite B., age 60. Survived by husband, Roy E.; 2 sons, James R. Mustang in CA, James R. Bostrom in Omaha; daughter, Mary F. Flatt in Omaha, 8 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Russell Byram of Stone Mountain, GA and Howard Byram of the Virgin Islands; cousins Bert and Fern Marlow of Omaha. Funeral
Christopher Scott “Chris” Justus, 31, of Baker City died Feb. 22, 2006, in Baker City. There was a private family service Saturday at Gray’s West & Co. Chris was born on Jan. 27, 1975, at Omaha, Neb., on the Offutt Air Force Base to David Darl and Jean Rae Rohner Justus. He was the oldest
Baker City, Oregon Arnold Eugene “Arnie” Fleetwood, 69, of Baker City, died Dec. 6, 2002. At his request, there will be no services, and he will be interred with his son, Mike. Arnie was born Jan. 2, 1933, to George William and Ruth Marie McGragh Fleetwood in Omaha, Neb. He was raised in orphanages most
Charles J. Smith, Manager of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company, was born in Nicholasville, Kentucky, March 13, 1854, and is the son of Charles F. and Z. A. ( Jackson) Smith. His father was a merchant at Nicholasville for several years, but in 1857, removed to Kansas City, Missouri, where he died in 1877.