Book of Remembrance
Mary C. Abts, 100, of Overland Park, Kan., died Wednesday, July 30, 2014 of natural causes. Mary lived a full, good life, and was surrounded by family and friends, many of whom helped her celebrate her 100th birthday in January.
Ruth E. Adomeit
A memorial was established in 1996 with Heifer International Foundation from the bequest and annuity funds of Ruth Adomeit totaling $21,353. Every year, income from the Ruth Adomeit Memorial will be used by Heifer International to help families produce food and income for themselves.
Caroll Isaac Alger
A memorial was established in 1998 with Heifer International Foundation with a gift from Robert J. Alger of Ado, Ohio. Every year, income from the Carroll I. Alger Memorial will be used by Heifer International to help families produce food and income for themselves.
Robert P. Allen
He is survived by daughter Karen of Grass Valley, California, sons Perry of Albany, Oregon, Peter of Silverton, Oregon, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Many families will be assisted through the contributions Robert made to Heifer International Foundation.
Arvid L. Anderson
Born the son of Lars and Ellen Anderson, he graduated from Stetson High School in Randolph, attended Gordon College and Gordon School of theology with a masters degree in 1940. He later did graduate work at Harvard Divinity School and Bridgewater State college and received a masters degree in education in 1967.
Betty Jane Applegate
Miss Betty Jane Applegate passed away February 27, 1996. She always favored supporting charities which requires the recipients to provide some of the help themselves. This was the reason she supported Heifer International.
George W. Aschenbrenner
Mr. Aschenbrenner was very involved in the work of Heifer International. He was one of the original Heifer cowboys. In 1948 he delivered goats to Japan, which was a life changing experience for him.