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He enjoyed watching football, summer gardening, a strong ocean storm and lighthouses.He was a “Good Ol’ Boy” who had a circle of friends he very much enjoyed solving the problems of the world with.They came to Oregon in the early '30s, making their home in Corvallis, and then Albany, where he attended schools and raised his children. Nebergall Meat Company before going to work at and retiring from Hewlett Packard. He was well known for his kindness and helpfulness. He is also survived by step-children, Robin, Mike, Connie, Charlotte and Gregg; several grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren. Leslie Alan Harper, of Beaverton, Oregon, died at Providence St. Leslie is survived by his children, Kelly Harper and wife Tasha of Bend and Jason Harper of Wilsonville; and brothers, Mike Harper and wife Gaye of Arlington, Texas and Dave Harper and wife Vicky of Lake Dallas, Texas. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Texas State University, with a degree in journalism in 1976.In 1997, he bought a home in Mesa, Arizona, where he lived until his death. Bill was one of the founder of South Albany Community Church. After moving to Arizona, he attended Broadway Christian Church. Bill’s hobbies were to keep busy, exercising almost daily until about three weeks before he passed. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Jim Workman. Contributions can be to Broadway Christian Church 7335 E. Vincent Medical Center surrounded by family and friends on Feb. He is preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and Patty Harper of Arlington, Texas. Over his career, Leslie was a journalist at Denton Record-Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Corvallis Gazette-Times, where he was also an editor.Marlene baked thousands of cookies and many meals for the Mental Health Association annual Christmas Party and summer picnic, and for the VFW and the American Legion Posts banquets and events.Marlene was preceded in death by her son, Gary Harrison; brother Loui Voelz; and second husband, John Simi.
He was born in Montana to William and Millie (Sullenger) Workman. Bill is survived by his wife, Betty; daughter, Ruthann (Randy) Luke; sons, William (Jan) Workman and Ric Workman. After graduating from OSU, Stan went to work for the Benton County Sheriff's Office. Memorial contributions may be made to the church of your choice or the Oregon Nikkei Endowment, 121 NW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97209. He graduated from Milwaukee High School and joined the US Army, spending three years as a military police officer in Germany and a surveyor in Ethiopia. He went on to graduate from Oregon State University with a degree in Fish and Wildlife.Following retirement, Stan moved to Sisters, where he enjoyed raising livestock, fishing, camping and volunteering his time serving on the Governor's Domestic Violence Council, working with Saving Grace, the Domestic Violence Center in Bend, the Oregon Lottery and Racing Commissions, co-founding the Sisters Men Against Domestic Abuse group, serving as a Deschutes County Dog Control Supervisor and being active with the Military Parents of Sisters. Robson (Koby) of Southern Pines, North Carolina; daughter, Stacy D.