Obituaries for July 10-12
Alice Eileen Buyserie
Feb. 8, 1950-July 10, 2013
Eileen was strong and hopeful to the very end. She was a brave warrior against triple negative cancer. She now rests with angels.
Eileen was born in Newberg to Fred and Irene (Schneider) Hiller of St. Paul. She spent her entire life in St. Paul and loved it. She attended St. Paul Parochial School and graduated from St. Paul High School. Eileen was employed by Salem Dermatology Clinic and Chemeketa Community College in Woodburn and Salem.
In 1969 she married Richard Buyserie of St. Paul. Her focus in life was family, community and her Catholic faith. She greatly enjoyed the Oregon Coast and time spent with family and friends. Dogs, cats, birds and especially hummingbirds brought her joy. She loved people and was loved in return. Throughout it all, she expressed concern for others while maintaining her hopeful attitude.
Survivors include her husband, Dick, of St. Paul; two sons, Greg of St. Paul and Jeff (Melissa) of Salem; mother Irene Hiller of Newberg; two brothers, George (Char) Hiller and Stan (Kathy) Hiller of Woodburn; three sisters, Carolyn Westover of Salem, Norene (Ken) Kundra of Portland and Rose Ann (Ray) Richardson of St. Paul; four grandchildren, Ryan, Jordana, Sierra and Jeremy; and those who have come to know and appreciate her where she has lived and worked. Her father Fred and brothers Freddy and Joe preceded her in death.
A rosary service was held July 12 at 7 p.m., and a funeral Mass was July 13 at 10:30 a.m., both at the St. Paul Catholic Church in St. Paul.
Arrangements are in the care of Attrells Newberg Funeral Chapel. Online condolences may be made at www.attrells.com.
The family requests remembrances be made to The American Cancer Society, St. Paul Rodeo Foundation, St. Paul Parochial Endowment or St. Paul Fire District, c/o Attrells Newberg Funeral Chapel, 207 Villa Road, Newberg, OR 97132.
Bonnie Lee Brickley
Oct. 3, 1934-July 11, 2013
Bonnie Lee Brickley, of Aurora, died at the age of 78 on July 11, 2013 at her home with family at her side.
Bonnie was born Oct. 3, 1934 in Sioux City, Iowa to Raymond and Marjorie (Wilson) Parks.
She moved to Donald with her family at the age of 15. She graduated from North Marion High School.
She married Buster Brickley in Woodburn on March 12, 1955, and they made their first home in Scotts Mills. Later Buster and Bonnie purchased the Brickley family farm in Aurora where they raised their five children.
Bonnie was a member of Mid-Valley Community Church. She enjoyed being with her family and had a love for horses.
Bonnie is survived by her husband Buster and their children, Ronald of Aurora, Randy of Hubbard, Connie Brown of Hubbard, Carmen Dryden of Hubbard and Carla Walker of Montana; brothers Norman Parks of Scotts Mills and Richard Parks of California; sisters Ilah Agar of Hermiston, Gloria Landon of Vancouver, Wash., Marjorie St. Clair of Silverton and Shirley Bahmer of Silverton; 15 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
Bonnie is preceded in death by her grandson Joshua Brown and her great-grandson Cody Erickson.
Visitation was set to be held Tuesday, July 16 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Simon-Cornwell Colonial Chapel in Woodburn. The funeral service will be Wednesday, July 17 at 11 a.m. at Mid-Valley Community Church in Woodburn.
A graveside service will be at Hubbard Cemetery.
Arrangements by Simon-Cornwell Colonial Chapel, Woodburn.
Dec. 22, 1953-July 12, 2013
Bonnie Joyce Jauregui of Gervais died July 12, 2013 at the age of 59.
Bonnie was born in Billings, Mont., on Dec. 22, 1953, to William and Joyce (Metzger) Mooney.
She grew up in Laurel, Mont., and then moved to the Woodburn area in 1967. She attended college, received her nurse practitioners license and worked for All Valley Home Health Care.
On June 6, 1988 she married Macario Mario Jauregui.
She was very loved by her family and loved spending time with them; although this was her first love, she also enjoyed bingo, playing cards and dice. She will be missed.
She is survived by her husband Macario; children Renee and Arturo Lemos; sister Sandra Mooney; brothers David, Robert and Tomas Mooney; and seven grandchildren.
Private services will be held at a later date.
Arrangements by Simon-Cornwell Colonial Chapel.
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