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Obituaries for Oct. 26

Annie Cleone Moore

Dec. 21, 1920 - Oct. 17, 2006

Annie Cleone Moore, a recent resident of King City, died Oct. 17 at age 85.

Mrs. Moore, whose maiden name was Bagwell, was born Dec. 21, 1920, in Claude, Texas. She attended Pacific Bible College, which is now Warner Pacific.

She was an Avon representative for 31 years.

A celebration of her life service was held Wednesday in the Tigard Church of God.

Survivors include husband Kenneth S, Moore; son Gary; daughter Karen Helsel; brothers Everett Bagwell and Danny Grove; sister LaDonna Watkins; plus five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Donations in memory of Annie Cleone Moore may be made to the Global Mission Fund in care of Tigard Church of God, 15670 S.W. 88th Ave., Tigard 97223.

Young's Funeral Home has handled arrangements.

Angela B. Ulrich

Feb. 27, 1973 - Oct. 13, 2006

Native Oregonian Angela B. Ulrich died Oct. 13. The resident of Portland since 1994 was 33.

Mrs. Ulrich, whose maiden name was Kallien, was born Feb. 27, 1973, in Eugene.

She graduated from Linfield College in 2003.

In 2004 she married Ted Ulrich.

She was employed as a human resources specialist at PacifiCorp.

Survivors in addition to her husband Ted include parents Fred and Meladie Kallien; her husband's parents Darrell and Jo Anne Ulrich; brother Kurt Kallien; brother-in-law Brian and his wife Heather Ulrich, and sister and brother-in-law David and Kathy Petersen.

A funeral service was conducted Saturday in Newberg Christian Church.

Contributions in memory of Angela B. Ulrich may be made to Eugene Christian School.

Young's Funeral Home has handled arrangements.

Thomas J. Mahoney III

Oct. 10, 1929 - Oct. 1, 2006

Thomas J. Mahoney III (known by the name Pat) of Cedar Mill died Oct. 1 as the result of a respiratory disease. The resident of the Portland area for most of his life was 76.

He was born Oct. 10, 1929, in Honolulu.

He attended Ainsworth Elementary School and Columbia Prep.

In 1959 he married Julia Olsen. She died in 1988.

A sergeant in the Marines, he served two tours of duty in Korea during that conflict.

In Portland he had been employed as a longshoreman.

Surviving are daughters Susan Kalanges, Karen Walker, Sally Bush and Kathleen Johnson; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Mr. Mahoney was the grandson of Omar C. Spencer, deceased, a renowned attorney in Portland.

Also preceding him in death were son Thomas Patrick Mahoney, father Thomas J. Mahoney, mother Helen Blitz, and brother Michael Mahoney.

A private memorial for Thomas J. Mahoney III took place Saturday in Lincoln City.