Cecilia Alvarado1951-2024Cecilia Angela Alvarado was born on December 18th 1951 in Toppenish Washington. Cecilia was born in a military family. Growing up she lived in various states. Her father served in the US Navy and fought in WW2. While her father was stationed, she met the love of her life Amador Alvarado. Amador and Cecilia built a solid foundation together. Created endless memories and Celebrated 51 years of marriage.Cecilia was a devoted Christian, while raising her young children, she volunteered as a Bible school teacher. Cecilia was a current Member of the Pentecostal Church Tabernacle. Cecilia also enjoyed cooking, and spending time with her family. She is survived by all her 6 children, 14 grandkids and 4 great grandchildren. She is a traditional woman who will always be remembered as “Nana” *We now have both angels watching over all of us…Celebration of life memorial to be held on Friday March 1st @ 5:30 pm 5010 Acts Way NE Salem, Oregon 97317
Rose Janusz1977-2024It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Rose Janusz, wife, mother, sister, and friend to many. Rose departed this world on February 21, 2024 at the age of 46 leaving behind a legacy of love, warmth, courage, and kindness. Rose Allen Janusz nee Jesse, was born on July 14, 1977 in Roseburg, Oregon. She was a proud Milwaukie, Oregon resident, deeply connected to her community in and around Portland. She never strayed too far from the city she called home, spending her adult life and raising her family in the community where she grew up. A devoted mother, Rose's love knew no bounds. Her home was a haven of love and laughter, where family and friends gathered to share in the joy she created. Rose's nurturing spirit extended beyond her immediate family, touching the lives of colleagues, neighbors and many friends. She pursued her love for learning by earning a degree in Psychology and Sociology from Carroll College and a Master of Arts in Teaching in Social Sciences at Concordia University. Her commitment to knowledge and intellectual growth was evident throughout her life. Rose was a beloved teacher in the North Clackamas School District. She dedicated nearly 24 years to shaping the minds of young learners at both Sunrise and Happy Valley middle schools where she taught History and Social Sciences. Her impact on teaching went far beyond the classroom, advocating for Social Sciences curriculum at the State capitol, guiding students on trips to New York and Washington D.C., and volunteering as a high school soccer coach out on the pitch. The lake, the forest, the park, the bike trail, the Redwoods, the beach, were all happy places where she shared her love of the outdoors with her children. Rose is survived by her husband David Janusz, beloved children Siena Rose and Luca Gianni Janusz, her mother Joy Lynn Jesse, brothers Joseph Martin Jesse (Jennifer), Patrick Anthony Jesse and Vincent F. Jesse, nieces and nephews Blake Jesse, Morgan Jesse, Jackson Jesse, William Jesse and a large extended Janusz family. She is preceded in death by her father William Forrest Jesse. A time and date to gather and celebrate Rose’s life will be announced. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to Women’s Foundation of Oregon in Rose's honor here. https://support.womensfoundationoforegon.org/campaign/561645/donate
David Coldiron1960-2024David Lloyd Coldiron"Uncle Dave/Dave" Coldiron, age 63, passed away on February 19, 2024, in Salem, Oregon. He was born on October 21, 1960, in Gold Beach. David, known for his stubborn yet was comical and funny, always believed in the value of hard work and simplicity. He had a talent for playing the guitar. In his professional life, David found joy working as a tour guide at the Sand Dunes Frontier in Florence, Oregon. His passion for music extended beyond playing the guitar to writing songs and singing. David also cherished moments spent fishing with Danny,watching Sports,walking on the Southand north Jetty beach with a cup of coffee, and admiring the sunrise,listening to oldies music.David is survived by his children Joseph, Lareesa, Lacey, and Rayanna, along with his six grandchildren. He will be dearly missed by his sisters Dianna and Debby, as well as his cousins Danny and Paul, who were like brothers to him. David was preceded in death by his parents, Vergie and Paul Coldiron and other family lost over the years.May his memory live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.
William Brunais1949-2024William Alan Brunais passed peacefully in his home on February 19th, 2024. William married his lovely spouse, Rose in 1976 in Michigan and they spent all these years together. He lived a full life in many places, from Michigan to Missouri to Oregon and even Shang Hai, China. While he didn’t have a formal education, his many long years at Nike paid off and William was recognized as a mechanical engineer. He also enjoyed working on things and staying busy, and can be seen working on his shed even when he probably shouldn’t have been. William was an impatient man, but it was one of his many distinctive qualities. During the last two years of his life, William was part of Corridor Baptist Church in Hillsboro. William is predeceased by his parents, Frank and Lucille, his three brothers Donald, Frank, and Russell, and his daughter Susan. William is survived by Diana Pomeroy, William Brunais Jr., Lisa Warren, Mellissa Bishop (Jacob), Daryl Brunais (Christina), Michael Brunais (Tracey), Donald Brunais (Ashley), many grand and great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Mary Aman and Sir George of the Pug.
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