Clein Willard Poulton

Clein Willard Poulton passed away February 2, 2005 at the age of 82.

— He was born April 14, 1922 to Willard Ralph Poulton and Charlottie Ann Bond in Reed, UT. On October 11, 1942 in Preston, Idaho, he married Eva May Nageli. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple August 6, 1987. Clein and Eva had four children.

— Clein grew up in Salt Lake City. He was an adventurous child. While playing with his friends he could hear his mother&

39;s voice calling for him to come home, but instead of returning home, he would go in the opposite direction and be gone for days.

— He met Eva in 1942. After a 5-month courtship, they found themselves in Idaho eloping on a dare. They were married 62 years.

— Shortly after their marriage, Clein joined the Navy and fought in the South Pacific during World War II.

— Leaving Salt Lake City in 1952, Clein moved to Las Vegas, Nevada for 7 years and then moved to Southern Oregon where he raised his family on a small ranch near Butte Falls.

— Clein loved his family, his friends, his ranch and watching sports.

— Everyone enjoyed Clein&

39;s company. He had a way of making people smile and laugh. He was an easy man to bond with. He formed a special relationship and was a positive role model for his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They all loved him very much.

— He is survived by his wife Eva; his son Garry Poulton (Judy) of Ignacio, CO; his daughters, Connie Irwin (Bill), and Dixie Poulton, all of Butte Falls; grandchildren: Garry Poulton (Kim) of Bountiful, UT, Jeff Irwin of Portland, Brian Irwin (Elaine) of West Jordan, UT, Keith Poulton (Heather) of Medford, Bert Poulton of Ignacio, CO, Heather Schiess (Jim) of Salem, Jennifer Lebel (Chris) of Central Point, Baron Poulton of Butte Falls, Jordon Irwin of Butte Falls, Sky Poulton of Ignacio, CO, and Whitney Irwin of Butte Falls; daughter-in-law, Brenda Poulton of Medford; and 21 great-grandchildren. Clein was preceded in death by his daughter April, and grandson Lee Poulton.

— Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the LDS Chapel in Eagle Point. A viewing will be at — p.m. Graveside services will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

John Fredrick Dussault

John Fredrick Dussault, 53, a 14 year resident of Sumner, Washington died January 27, 2005 in Sumner.

— He was born on November 19, 1951 in Hillsboro, Oregon to Alfred and Elizabeth (Cadoret) Dussault.

John worked as a machinist for Boeing.

— Survivors include his daughter, Connie Mantlo of Rogue River, OR; father, Gene Dussault of Medford; sister, Jane Redding of Denver; brother, David Dussault; uncle and aunt, Joe and Darla Cadoret; aunt, Betty Cadoret;and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother and a brother, Bruce.

— A memorial service will be held on Sunday February 6, at — p.m. at Fountain of the Valley Church in Pacific, Washington.

— Arrangements: Funeral Alternatives of Washington, (206) 863-2800.

Bill Lee Yeoman

Bill Lee Yeoman, 85, of Ashland, died Thursday (February 3, 2005) at home. Arrangements: Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home, Ashland.

Paul F. Covington

Paul F. Covington, 92, of Corpus Christi, Texas, formerly of Ashland, died Monday in Corpus Christi. Interment will be at Scenic Hills Memorial Park. Arrangements: by Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home, Ashland.

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