Obituaries of Womack, Wallowa County, Oregon
February 3, 1949
Charles Jaensch Dies at Hospital
Charles Jaensch passed away at the hospital in Enterprise Tuesday afternoon. He
has been in the hospital since Friday and had been failing for the past year.
Mr. Jaensch was born in Wausau, Wisconsin on August 1, 1886. He was married in Tacoma, Washington in 1911 to Josephine Reichmuth to which this union two sons were born. Charles Franklin of Portland and Joseph William of El Paso, Texas, two grandsons also survive. Mr. Jaensch spent most of his life in Wallowa county since 1919. He lived on Mud Flat for 2 years then moved to Enterprise where he lived for 4 years. The balance of his life until a year ago was spent on Alder slope.
Mr. Jaensch was a friendly man always jovial in spirit and maintained a charitable life even in the face of his last illness. He had a great many friends who will greatly miss his enthusiastic greeting and his kindly philosophy.
Here for the funeral Mrs. Charles Jaensch of Portland, Charles Jr. and son Gerald of Portland, grand son David Jaensch is an infant. Joe Jaensch of El Paso, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. James Bowen of Baker.
Pall Bearers were:
Charles Litch (Litchfield?), Burl Kooch, Earl Emmons, Tom Fleming, Walter Strickler and Clarence Rose.
services will be held for Isla Saling Meyers, 94 at her request.
Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home is in charge of cremation. Her cremated remains will be buried at Riverside Memorial Park, next to her first husband, James Saling.
Mrs. Meyers died in a Spokane Nursing Home, was born in Grants Pass, Oregon.
She moved to Spokane with her family in 1924.
Her first husband died in 1930. Following his death, she was employed by the Federal Land Bank, where he had worked.
She later worked for Clarence Livingston Realtors and as executive secretary of the Spokane Realty Board.
She had lived in Spokane for 71 years.
Survivors include two sons, Gerald Saling of Spokane; Cecil Saling of Grass Valley, California; 7 Grandchildren, 15 Great-Grandchildren, 2 Great-Great Grandchildren
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In Memory of
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May 28, 1900
November 1, 1993
Friday, November 5, 1993 at 1:00 pm
Burns Mortuary Chapel
Fr. Alfred Miller