Obituaries for May 3, 2018

Lorilee Ann Mauldin

Eileen Marie (Dougher) Shalata

PAID PRINTED OBITUARIES

Lorilee Ann Mauldin
Feb. 13, 1946~April 25, 2018

Longtime Camas-Washougal resident Lorilee Ann Mauldin died Wednesday, April 25, 2018. She was 72. Lorilee was born in Savannah, Illinois, on Feb. 13, 1946.

She loved gardening, camping, spending time with her family and dogs.

Lorilee is survived by daughter, Charlotte Beaver; stepdaughter, Sue Ann Hull of Texas; son, Darren Templer; five sisters, Elaine Rodgers, Judy Haag, Twyla Wilcox, and Ada Love Kamp, all of Washougal, and April Humes of Camas; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; 12 nieces and nephews; and several other extended family members. Our family would like to recognize her grandson, Jesse J. DeVaney, for his exceptional love and care over the last year and half of her life!

A memorial service will be held at Straub’s Funeral Home on Saturday, May 5, at 1 p.m. Internment will be at Washougal Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and Susan B. Koman Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.

Maurice Earl Robson
August 25, 1927~April 26, 2018

Maurice Earl Robson passed away Thursday, April 26, 2018. He was born in Camas on August, 25, 1927, and spent his lifetime living in the local area. His latest home was on his farm in rural Washougal where he once lived as a boy. He enjoyed life on the farm raising some beef cattle and hay and appreciating the simple things in life.

Maurice was retired from the Washougal School District where he served as a mechanic in the school bus barn. His wife Bette preceded him in death in 2001. They were married in 1957.

Maurice is survived by a caring family: brothers, James Robson of Milwaukie, Oregon, and Richard Robson of Washougal; sisters, Marietta Schreiner and Ruby (Donald) Stauffer, both of Washougal. Also included are numerous grandchildren, nieces, nephews and their spouses and special companion, Agapita Masibo.

Maurice truly appreciated all the kindness and concerns of people during his failing health.

A graveside service was held at Washougal Memorial Cemetery on Thursday, May 2.

Read the complete obituaries in the May 3 print edition of the Post-Record.

Eileen M. (Dougher) Shalata

Eileen Marie (Dougher) Shalata died unexpectedly on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. She was 58.

Eileen will be remembered warmly by so many. She was a loving, fun-spirited person who always delivered her true self, regardless of the audience, and always put her family above all else. In order to honor her memory as she genuinely deserves, there will be simultaneous, private memorial services held on each coast, where her life will be celebrated by those who knew and loved her most. Dates, times and specific details will be determined at the discretion of the family. For those who would like to help commemorate Eileen’s memory, the family asks that they enjoy each day to the fullest and love their family fiercely, for life is simply too short for anything else.

Brown’s Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Carl Altree

Carl Altree died on Monday, April 30, 2018. He was 85. Carl was born on Oct. 23, 1932, in Portland. Services will be scheduled for later this summer, and a complete obituary will be published at that time. Straub’s Funeral Home & Columbia River Cremation in Camas is in charge of the arrangements.

Kathleen S. Lyon

Kathleen Stephanie Lyon died on Thursday, April 24, 2018, in Vancouver. She was 68.

Per her request, no service will be held.

Brown’s Funeral Home & Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements. Sign Kathleen’s guestbook at www.brownsfh.com.

Sharon K. Michel

Sharon Kaye Michel died on Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Vancouver. She was 71.

A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 5, at Brown’s Stoller Memorial Chapel, 410 N.E. Garfield St., Camas.

Brown’s Funeral Home & Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements. Sign Sharon’s guestbook at www.brownsfh.com.

Read the complete obituaries in the May 3 print edition of the Post-Record.