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Obituaries for the day of November 22, 2011
Moore, Myer, Stockhoff, Turley, Bigler, Campbell
LOCAL FUNERALS AND VISITATIONS
Nov. 25 — Frederick Stockhoff, viewing, 4 to 6 p.m., Daniels-Knopp Funeral, Cremation and Life Celebration Center
Nov. 26 — Frederick Stockhoff, celebration of life, 11 a.m., Presbyterian Friendship Center
Dec. 31 — Lenore Bigler, celebration of life, 1 to 4 p.m., North Powder Grange hall
Frederick was 55 and lived in La Grande.
Formerly of La Grande
Lenore was born April 24, 1927, in Portland to James Ambrose Lewis and Violet Emma Katherine (Albrect) Lewis. She grew up in Portland and graduated from Jefferson High School.
On April 27, 1946, she married her high school sweetheart, L. Harry Bigler, and they became the parents of four children. Lenore was a homemaker, wife and mother. She was a professional seamstress.
Her favorite activity, besides sewing, was gardening, especially taking care of her flowers. Lenore was a member of the Lutheran Church.
Lenore is survived by her husband, Harry; son, Lloyd C. Bigler and his spouse, Beverly, of North Powder; seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her son, Wayne Bigler; two daughters, Kathryn Langford and Susan Bigler; and her grandson, Jason Bigler.
Formerly of Union County
He was born Aug. 5, 1941, to Mahala LoVina (Pea) Campbell and Leslie Burton Campbell at Gifford, Idaho.
Larry grew up in Gifford. In 1996, he moved to Elgin and worked for Boise Cascade. Later, he moved to La Grande where he continued to work for Boise Cascade there. He became a Reman operator.
After working for the company for 32 years, he retired in 1998.
He married Deloris Darlane Markham Dec. 27, 1990, in La Grande.
Larry loved to visit with friends and family. He enjoyed traveling.
He loved to play games — pinochle was his favorite. He listed to a lot of traditional country music. In his younger days, Larry liked to go out to the Tropidara for country dancing. After retiring, he played bingo a lot and had fun at the casinos.
He read Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour and loved watching Westerns.
He was the second oldest of four children. His older brother, Ronald Eugene Campbell, and his wife, Renee, live at Kiser. His sister, Mary Lou Potts, and her husband, Bill, live at East Helena, Mont.
He was preceded in death by his younger brother, Linn Bruce Campbell; and his parents.