George Easton Scott Jr.

Nov. 24, 1937 - Aug. 26, 2012

West Linn resident George Easton Scott Jr. died Aug. 26, 2012. He was 74.

Mr. Scott was born in Sewickley, Penn., to George and Mary Louise Scott.

Mr. Scott is survived by his wife of 47 years, Stephanie; son and daughter-in-law, Rob Scott and Mary Tedd of Seattle; daughter and son-in-law, Camilla and Timothy Ritner-Yost of San Diego; brother and sister-in-law, Harry and Irma Scott of Wilmington, Ohio; and four grandchildren.

A celebration of Mr. Scott’s life will be held at a later date.

Remembrances may be made to Clackamas Community College Foundation, Art Department, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City, OR 97045.

Steven Thomas McEntee

June 19, 1968 - Aug. 26, 2012

Steven Thomas McEntee died Aug. 26, 2012, of brain cancer. He was 44.

Mr. McEntee was born in San Francisco to Patricia Shea McEntee and Thomas Emmet McEntee. He attended schools in Fairfax, Calif., and graduated from Sir Thomas Drake High School in San Anselmo.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in art and design from California Polytechnic State University in 1991.

Mr. McEntee worked as a cartoonist, illustrator and graphic artist throughout his school years. He began his professional career at Illustrious Inc. in San Rafael, Calif., doing illustrations for science textbooks.

While employed there he met Laura Brown, and the couple married in Kauai, Hawaii, in October 1998. They had a son, Benjamin, in 1999 and a daughter, Megan, who was born in 2002. The family moved from the bay area to West Linn in 2003.

After leaving Illustrious, Mr. McEntee founded his own business, McEntee Art and Design, offering scientific illustrations and interactive Web content for educational publishers and instructional providers.

After his cancer was diagnosed, Mr. McEntee worked as long as he was able on a book for Cengage Learning. The family has learned that the book will be dedicated to Mr. McEntee when published.

Mr. McEntee enjoyed sports, played golf and basketball whenever he could and coached youth basketball and soccer. Family activities he enjoyed included camping, hiking, biking, skiing, art, music and photography.

Survivors include his wife, Laura; children, Benjamin and Megan; parents, Thomas and Patricia McEntee of Fairfax, Calif.; siblings and their spouses, Daniel and Judith McEntee of Cupertino, Calif., Kevin and Sandy McEntee of Scotts Valley and Laura and Nate Smith of Santa Cruz, Calif.

A celebration of Mr. McEntee’s life will be held Sept. 16 at 1 p.m. at the Abernethy Chapel, 1400 John Adams St., in Oregon City.

To sign an online guest book and light a candle in Mr. McEntee’s honor visit

Roy Allen Carley

March 10, 1939 - September 5, 2012

West Linn resident Roy Carley died Sept. 5, 2012. He was 73.

Mr. Carley was born in Montpelier, N.D. His family moved to Oregon City when he was young and he graduated from Oregon City High School.

Mr. Carley earned a doctorate degree in dentistry from Oregon Health Sciences University, and while serving in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War served as a dentist. Following his discharge, Mr. Carley continued in the dental industry and began a practice in Oregon City. He retired in 2004.

He married Susan Greiner in 1965. The couple had two daughters, Sara and Megan.

Mr. Carley was a member of the West Linn Lions Club and enjoyed tinkering on projects. In his retirement he almost single-handedly built a cabin in Welches.

Survivors include his wife, Susan; daughters, Sara Fustolo and Megan Jones and their spouses; and four granddaughters.

A celebration of Mr. Carley’s life will be held Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Abernethy Chapel, 1326 John Adams St., Oregon City.

Remembrances may be made to the West Linn Lions Club or West Linn Food Pantry.

For more information and to light a candle in Mr. Carley’s honor, visit

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