Georgia Stiles’ earliest memory is of chopping down a Christmas tree with her family at age 3 in Eastern Oregon. Stiles’ father invited the family to help pick a tree, but when it came time to chop the tannenbaum, it was the boys who got to help while the girls stood by and watched. The tot was none too pleased with being left out. Standing on the sidelines wasn’t something that has happened too often in her life, which she has chronicled in a book, “The Postmaster’s Daughter.” Stiles grew up to become a major player in Roseburg’s civic, political …
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