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Obituaries for Sept. 3, 2010


Gary Evans

Gary Lynn Evans, 54, died Aug. 2, 2010, while on a fishing trip off of Vancouver Island, Canada, along with his brother Tony Evans.

A memorial service for Gary and Tony will be at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Oregon Army National Guard Armory, 3106 Pierce Parkway, in Springfield.


Gary was born on Aug. 8, 1955, at Council, Idaho, to Max and Delpha Burt Evans. He was raised at Baker City, graduating from Baker High School in 1973. Gary received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in civil engineering from Oregon State University at Corvallis in 1981.

In 1982, he began working for the U.S. Forest Service in the Eugene/Springfield area in road design. He was working for the U.S. Department of Transportation in construction at the time of his death.

He married Patricia Miller on May 14, 1983, at Portland, and they made their home in the Eugene/Springfield area until moving to Vancouver, Wash., in 2000.

Gary was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed fishing, hunting, golfing, hiking, and biking. He was a dedicated family man who loved spending time with his wife, children and extended family and attending his children’s activities and sporting events.

He will be forever remembered for his friendly personality, big smile, and kind words for everyone he met, his family said.

Survivors include his wife, Patricia; sons, Mark Evans of Vancouver, Wash., and Eric (Stephanie) Evans of Bellingham, Wash.; daughter, Molly Evans of Seattle, Wash.; mother, Delpha Evans; brothers and sisters-in-law, Mike and Linda Evans and Dave and Vonda Evans of Springfield; and numerous nieces and nephews.

His father, Max, and niece, Kyla, preceded him in death.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Oregon State University Engineering Department.


Anthony Evans

Anthony Jay Evans, 52, died Aug. 2, 2010, while on a fishing trip off of Vancouver Island, Canada, along with his brother, Gary Evans.

A memorial service for Tony and Gary will be 1:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Oregon Army National Guard Armory, 3106 Pierce Parkway, in Springfield.

Tony was born on Nov. 17, 1957, at La Grande to Max and Delpha Burt Evans. He was raised at Baker City, graduating from Baker High School in 1976. Tony received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon at Eugene in 1981.

He worked in the computer and high-tech industry in Eugene and Portland for a number of years before owning and operating his own export business.

Tony was dedicated to his extended family and his business. He enjoyed fishing, golfing, and biking. He was involved in his nieces’ and nephews’ lives with his great sense of humor and supportive nature.

He will be forever remembered for his friendly personality, humor, and fun nature, family members said.

“He always made us laugh,” they added.

Survivors include his mother, Delpha Evans; brothers and sisters-in-law, Mike and Linda Evans and Dave and Vonda Evans of Springfield; numerous nieces and nephews; his former wife, Karen Sackos; and his faithful canine companion, Spike.

His father, Max, and niece, Kyla, preceded him in death.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland.


Richard McIntyre

Richard Earl McIntyre, 81, died Aug. 30, 2010, at his home in Union.

There will be no service at this time.

Richard was born on Oct. 6, 1928, at Caldwell, Idaho, to Floyd and Cora McIntyre. He attended high school at Wilder, Idaho, graduating in 1946.

Richard later attended the College of Idaho and graduated from there in 1950. He later went on to receive a doctorate of education in 1986. Richard worked as a superintendent of schools until he retired in 1987. He was affiliated with schools as a teacher and superintendent for 35 years.

Richard married Marilyn Gray on March 7, 1973, at La Grande.

He enjoyed golf, guns, riding and showing horses and flying airplanes. He was a champion marksman, and he loved racing cars. He also received several awards as a sharpshooter.

Richard dedicated his life to family, friends and the many students he helped over the years. He was a member of the North Powder Lions Club, the Appaloosa Horse Club, the Odd Fellows Lodge, Orians Fraternity, and Ukia Shooting Club.

Survivors include his wife, Marilyn McIntyre of Union; daughter, Gay McIntyre of Harlotown, Mont.; two stepsons, Ed Tibbs and Jamie Tibbs, both of Union; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers; one sister; a daughter, Ricky McIntyre; and a son, Kelly McIntyre.

Memorial contributions may be made to the College of Idaho (formerly Albertsons College) through Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Chapel, 1500 Dewey Ave., Baker City, OR 97814.

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