LARRY BRYAN

Larry Bryan, age 69, of Umpqua, Oregon, passed away on Friday, March 1st, 2019. Larry was born on June 4, 1949, in Indianapolis, IN, to Del and Esther Lorraine (Parsley) Bryan.

After moving to Southern California as a child, Larry went on to join the police department in Lake Perris. He joined the U.S. Army and served as a Sargent in the 5th Ranger BN, 8th Inf. He retired from the California Department of Corrections Transportation unit after which he relocated to Oregon with his wife Jacqueline Bryan.

Larry was known by his friends and family as one of the funniest, nicest, sincerest, and most respected people they have ever known. He always had a smile, a joke, and a kind word. He made friends everywhere he went.

Larry is survived by his wife of 49 years, Jacque Bryan; daughter, Jennie (Bryan) Giuliany and her husband Randy Giuliany; grandson, Christian Giuliany; sister, Patricia Stephenson and her husband Dennis Stephenson; and sister, Krysta Grizzard.

In lieu of flowers, the family is suggesting that a donation can be made to Shaw Heart Center in Roseburg, OR in Larry’s name.

Condolences may be left at www.umpquavalleyfuneraldirectors.com

MARY ANN COURTNEY

Mary was born and raised in Roseburg, Oregon. She was 79 years old and passed away on February 24, 2019.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents; one sister; one brother; two nephews; one niece; and a son, Blaine. Mary is survived her grandson, Blaine; two granddaughter, Hannah and Sarah; one great-grandson, Gabe. She also leaves three sisters, four nieces and three nephews.

Mary truly loved her friends and family, however the bright spot that filled her heart and soul are her daughters, Heather (Darryl) and Emma Grace Rothwell. Life would not have been the same for her without them.

At Mary’s request there will be no services, but the family will hold an Irish wake.

Mary wanted those who knew her that she loved them and thanked you for your care and concern. May the Lord always treat you kindly and you each other.

CHARLES LEROY SINGLETON

Charles Leroy Singleton, age 91, of Roseburg, OR, passed away Sunday, March 3, 2019.

Charlie was a rancher and part of the fifth-generation pioneer family to Singleton Valley. He was born to Lorris Leroy Singleton and Lena Erickson on December 31, 1927, in Roseburg.

Charlie is survived by his children, Charlene Marie Blake (Bill), Jacklyn Rae Cornell (Tim), Susan Rosemary Singleton (Bruce), Laurel Lee Sieck (Phillip); and stepchildren that he always considered as his children, Michael Herbert Restoule (Karla), Milton Duane “Pat” Restoule, and Merridy Louise “DeeDee” Thurmond. He is also survived by 21 plus grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Charles is preceded in death by two wives, Betty Steele and Norma Elizabeth Small; two children, Rexie Lee Reece and Harold Leroy “Chip” Singleton; a brother, William Lorris Singleton; a sister in law, Elsie Juanita Osborne; and infant sister and brother.

A special thank you to Doug and Jennifer Singleton and their children. Many times, Dad would Say “I don’t know what I would have done without their help.” We will miss you dearly Dad, but we know we will see each other again someday.

Visitation will be Monday, March 11, 2019, at Wilson’s Chapel of the Roses from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. with a Graveside Services following at 1 p.m. at Oak Creek Cemetery, a meeting will be held at Splitz Family Grill after the service. Please visit Charlie’s web site at www.wilsonchapeloftherosesfh.com to leave fond memories and condolences for the family.

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