1301. “Obituaries,” Bertha B Ohlson, The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, March 11, 1987, 63.
Bertha B. Ohlson, who once owned the property that became Sea Ranch, died Friday at a Santa Rosa hospital following a sudden illness. She was 85.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Gualala Community Center. A 26-year resident of Anchor Bay in Mendocino County, Mrs. Ohlson was active In community affairs. She belonged to the Rebekah Lodge and spent many years volunteering at the Gualala Community Center Pay-N-Take.

Born in Tennessee on Dec. 15, 1901, she moved as a 10-year-old with her family to Moose Jaw, Canada. There, in 1918 she married Harold Campbell. After being widowed in 1924, she moved her family of three children to San Diego where in 1926 she married Walter Hensler. In 1937 they bought property in Annapolis where they later started a lumber mill. He died in 1950 and she later married area native Elmer Ohlson. They built a home on the Del Mar Ranch and lived there until 1960 when the ranch was sold to Oceanic and became Sea Ranch. Her third husband died in 1974 and a son, Donald, died in 1985.

She is survived by her daughter Christine Rasmason, Oroville, son, Phillip Campbell, Annapolis, six grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren. She also leaves a brother, Arnold Dewees of San Diego.

Arrangements are under the direction of Fred Young and Co., Healdsburg.
1302. Harold Wycliff Campbell, “Saskatchewan Probate Estate Files, 1887-1931,” Moose Jaw, SK, Canada,
1303. “Obituaries,” Phillip Robert Campbell, Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, June 8, 2011,
1304. Walter Henry Hensler, “Minnesota Births and Christenings, 1840-1980,” June 2, 1895, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, MN,
Father and mother were Wm. and Lena Hensler.
1305. “Obituaries,” Donald Joseph Larson, The Columbian, April 30, 2017.
Don, the second of 6 children, was born in Chowchilla, CA to Dorothy and Joseph Larson on March 27, 1929. He worked with his father and brother, Rollo, on the family farm, went to school and graduated from Fresno Adventist Academy in 1947.

As a young man, Don enjoyed car racing at the local track and was well known in the area. He also spent time in the army, where he was assigned the rank of Sgt. during his 10 months of deployment in Korea. Shortly after returning from Korea, Don married Marjorie Wilson and they had 3 children. After 52 years of marriage, he lost Marjorie in 2004 and has lived independently in the years since.

Don continued farming in the Chowchilla area for several years. He worked as an aircraft mechanic in Fresno as well as here in the local area. He had a passion for "all things airborne"; getting his pilot's license in the mid 1960's in central CA. He retired in 1991 after working over 20 years for Columbia Helicopters.

Following the example left by his father, he enjoyed walking daily as a means to maintaining his health. During the 9 years that he and Marjorie spent living full time in their RV, Don walked daily wherever they may be; enjoying the scenery of every state in the contiguous United States. After settling down in Vancouver, WA in 2000, he began walking the Lacamas Heritage Trail daily. During his walks, he met many people and was widely known amongst the community of people who enjoy the beauty of that trail.

Don enjoyed working with wood on his lathe and was known for the many beautiful creations that came from that. Anyone visiting was "required" to take a piece from his heavily laden table before they left.

Don will be missed greatly by his daughters, Marci, Maureen and Dawn; 8 grandchildren, Todd, Brandon, Breyanne, Katrina, Chase, Lee, Lindsey, and Isaiah; and his 16 great-grandchildren.

A Celebration of Life will be planned for him in late June. Details can be found on a Facebook page titled Lacamas Heritage Trail Flowers & Friends.
1306. Jan M Long, Footprints of a Wisconsin Lumber Executive,, Inc., Lincoln, NE, 2001, 0-595-16124-3, 385,
1307. Gerald Edwin Larson and Mary Ann Larsen, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” July 1, 1946, Los Angeles County, CA,
File: GeraldEdwinLarson_JeanetteMaryannLarson_MarriageLic
1308. “Retired Doctor Looks Forward To Hobby Time,” Gerald E. Larson, Atlantic Farm Monthly, September 29, 1984, 8.
File: larsongerald_dr
1309. “Dr. Gerald E. Larson,” December 21, 1992, Elk Horn, IA.
File: GeraldELarson_FuneralProgram
1310. “Dr. Gerald E. Larson, 69,” March 9, 1923 - Dec. 16, 1992, Harlan, Iowa News Advertiser, Harlan, Iowa, December 25, 1992, 12-A,
ELK HORN — Gerald E. Larson was born March 9, 1923 to Albert and Lois Larson in Napa county in northern CA. He lived in CA., and Iowa all his life except for one year in FL., before moving to Elk Horn in 1949. He graduated from LaSierra University and Loma Linda University from the School of Medicine in 1947, interning at the White Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles, CA. He was a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Practice.

July 1,1946, he married Jeanette Larson. To this union were born two children, Donna June and Robert Byron. While a freshman in the school of medicine he was inducted into the Army for 3 years. Five years after coming to Elk Horn he entered the U.S. Air Force and spent two years at the airbase in Bermuda. There were many happy memories there but the urge to return to Elk Horn was great and the family returned in 1956. He was a lifetime member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He died Dec. 16, 1992 at the Salem Lutheran Homes.

He was preceded in death by his father in 1990. He is survived by his wife, Jeanette of Elk Horn; one daughter, Donna June (Randy) Dodd of Portland, TX.; one son, Robert Byron (Valerie) of Littleton, CO.; six grandchildren; his mother, Lois Larson; a sister, June Sutter both of Orlando, FL.; and a sister, Arlyss Dixon of Portland, OR.

Funeral services were held Dec. 21. 1992 at the Elk Horn Lutheran Church. Burial was in the West Exira Seventh Day Adventist cemetery. Casketbearers were Tom Potts, Lyle Petersen, Clinton Jensen, Harrisor Hansen, Ray Esbeck, Wayne Paulsen, Leroy Pedersen and LuVerne Petersen. Kaftoft Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
1311. “Gerald E Larson,” Find-A-Grave,, 112843637.
1312. “Jeanette M Larson,” Find-A-Grave,, 112829511.
1313. Jeanette Mary Ann Larsen, “Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935,” February 27, 1922, Hamlin Township, Audubon, IA,
1314. “Retired Doctor Looks Forward To Hobby Time,” Gerald E. Larson, Atlantic Farm Monthly, September 29, 1984, 8, Says she is a native of Elk Horn.
File: larsongerald_dr
1315. “Obituaries,” Norman Dean Evens, Portland Sun, Portland, Sumner County, TN, November 1, 2021.
Norman Dean Evens, age 74, of Portland, TN passed away October 17, 2021.

He was born in Vinton, Iowa December 4, 1946. Dean graduated from Oak Park Academy in 1965. He was drafted in 1966 serving two years as a Medic at Fort Sam Houston before being honorably discharged in 1968. He was married to his loving wife, Linda Evens, for 30 years.

Dean worked as caretaker of Camp Mivoden, Hayden, ID and Big Lake Camp, Sisters, OR. He then worked as a framing contractor with his brother Dennis Evens in Colorado before moving to Portland, TN to work at Highland Hospital. He later became a well-respected framing contractor in the surrounding area. Dean served as a Head Deacon and Elder at Highland Seventh Day Adventist and Hendersonville Seventh Day Adventist Churches.

Dean is proceeded in death by his father and mother, William and Neva Evens, sisters Violet Etherton and Norma Gregory. He is survived by siblings: Dennis (Trudy) Evens, Phyllis McMillian, and Warren (Alana) Evens, and two daughters: Marcy (Scott) Bieber, and Shauna (Tony) Reynolds, stepchildren: Eric (Melissa) Weisner, Bryan (Sarah) Weisner, Kelly (Carla) Weisner, Kimberly (Sean) King, grandchildren: Michael (Monica) Aldrich, Olivia Reynolds, Christian Weisner, Ashley Weisner-Runyon, Luke Weisner, Chase Gibson, Savannah Nance, Collin (Raquel) Weisner, Celine (Josiah) Kropf, Charity Weisner, Christopher (Kaitlyn) Stover, Cecily (Nick) Balestracci, Paxton Weisner, Bleu Weisner, Aislyn Coones, Peyton Jennings, Ally Ford, Davin King, Patrick King, Alex King, great-grandchildren: Eve Jennings, Lily Jennings, Elijah Stover, Benjamin Stover, Abigail Stover, Lexi Balestracci, Levi Balestracci, Layden Balestracci, and a multitude of "adopted" grandchildren.

A memorial will be held at 2:00 PM, December 4, 2021, at Hendersonville Seventh Day Adventist Church. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the worthy student funds at Highland Academy or Madison Academy.
1316. Irwin Daniel and Gail Gwendolyn Walker, September 20, 2008, Chowchilla, Madera County, CA, USA.
Irwin was born to Effie and Ewell Walker in Ardmore, Oklahoma on March 1, 1925. His family moved to Chowchilla in 1938 where Irwin attended the church school and met his future wife. Gail was born in Chowchilla to Dorothy and Joseph Larson on December 31, 1926. They were married on April 21, 1946. Irwin has had several jobs, including having a dairy, farming, owning a dairy supply store, working as a carpenter and finally getting his contractor’s license. Gail was a housewife, a receptionist for Dr. Carty, and a teacher’s aid.

They moved to Hawaii in 1973 where Irwin worked for the Hawaiian Mission in the maintenance department. Gail operated a bed and breakfast. While in Hawaii, Irwin also drove the ADRA Disaster Van and was involved in hurricane relief.

They returned to the mainland in 1985 where Irwin worked for the Northern California Conference until his retirement at age 65. They then purchased an RV and spent several years living in their RV, traveling and volunteering. Ultimately their travels took them to all 50 states.

As their traveling days closed, they enjoyed volunteering at Leoni Meadows. While there, Irwin supervised restoring the old Leoni House and reconstructing the narrow gauge railroad, as well as doing many smaller projects. Gail enjoyed giving tours of the restored Leoni House and helping in several different departments there. Irwin was also the head engineer of the Leoni Railroad which fulfilled one of his boyhood dreams, to work with trains.

In 2006 they moved to Coos Bay, Oregon and lived in an assisted living facility. They enjoyed their time there, making new friends and participating in many activities. They celebrated their 62nd anniversary there this year.

They had four children, two sons and two daughters. One daughter preceded them in death. They are survived by three children, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. They have been lifelong members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Files (2): Irwin_Gail_cover, Irwin_Gail_program
1317. The World, Coos Bay, Oregon, August 30-31, 2008,;PersonID=116632885.
Gail Walker, 81, of Coos Bay, died Aug. 27, 2008, in Lakeside. Arrangements are pending with Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, 267-4216.
1318. The World, Coos Bay, Oregon, August 25-26, 2008,;PersonID=116390825.
Irwin Daniel Walker, 83, of Coos Bay, died Aug. 23, 2008, in Coos Bay. Arrangements are pending with Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, Coos Bay, 267-4216.
1319. “License to Wed,” Irwin D Walker and Gail Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, April 18, 1946, 6.
WALKER-LARSON In Madera, April 18, 1946. Irwin D. Walker and Gail Larson, both of Chowchilla.
1320. “Obituaries,” Phyllis “Nickie” Irene Kettenring, The Columbian, Vancouver, WA, February 18, 2018.
Phyllis "Nickie" Irene Kettenring, aged 84, died peacefully on January 26, 2018 at home in her apartment at Glenwood Place for Senior Living in Vancouver, Washington. Nickie was born on August 28, 1933 in Chowchilla, California to Dorothy and Joseph Larson. 

Nickie was a feisty redhead and ahead of "her time." She lived life on her terms and never shied away from letting you know how she "really felt." Nickie thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, outdoor activities and traveling. Following her retirement in 1997 and until her health began to decline, she was an avid walker, volunteer librarian, reader, gardener, bird watcher and traveler - most recently visiting France, England, Alaska, Ireland and Hawaii. In the last several years of her life, Nickie experienced great joy in living near to and spending time with her brothers, Don and Rollo Larson, and their families. 

Nickie will be greatly missed by her son Elias Clay (Steven Asgeirsson) and his wife Sonja Red Bird Clay, her son Thomas Asgeirsson, her son Joseph Asgeirsson and his wife Janene Asgeirsson; her six granddaughters: Carrie, Cherri, Callie, Gina, Madison and Kira; her eight great-grandchildren and a number of other family members and friends. Nickie was predeceased by her second husband, Jack Kettenring; her first husband, Paul Asgeirsson; her son, Eric Asgeirsson; and her five siblings. 

Nickie requested a private service. Her family wishes to thank all of those who provided love and support to Nickie and who cared for her during her last illnesses.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Veterans Administration. Checks should be made payable to the "VA Maryland Health Care System," with "In Memory of Phyllis Kettenring" on the "notes" line and should be sent to VA Maryland Health Care System, Voluntary Service (BT/135), 10 North Greene Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Nickie's sons are planning a celebration of life ceremony on March 17, 2018 in Vancouver, Washington. Additional details will be posted, when available, on the Facebook group page titled "Celebrating the Life of Nickie Kettenring." Friends and family members are encouraged to post remembrances to that page. 
Please sign her guest book at:
1321. “Asgeirsson, Paul,” The Oregonian, Portland, Multnomah County, OR, USA, March 24, 2011.
1322. “Couple Exchanges Marriage Vows In Chowchilla,” Paul A Asgeirsson and Phyllis Irene Larson, The Fresno Bee The Republican, Fresno, CA, December 14, 1952, 61.
CHOWCHILLA, Madera Co.- Paul A. Asgeirsson and Phyllis Irene Larson were married at a ceremony here in the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

The bride wore a gown fashioned of white satin and featuring, a Basque bodice and full gathered skirt. A fluted net ruffling edged the tiny round neckline and long pointed sleeves. An illusion veil, held by a beaded tiara, and a cascade boquet of white orchids were a part of the bridal attire.

Nancy Larson was the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Arlene Eberhardt and Clarice Eberlein.

Don Oliver was the best man, and the ushers were Robert Anderson and Rollo Larson.

Charlene Hayworth registered the guests who attended the reception following the ceremony. Mrs. Lee Webb, assisted by Mrs. Erwin Walker and Juanita Walker, served refreshments.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Larson. She is a graduate of the Monterey Bay Academy. Asgeirsson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arni Asgeirsson of Wakefield, Mass., and attended the Pacific Union College.
1323. Paul A Asgeirsson and Phyllis I, “California, Divorce Index, 1966-1984,” December 28, 1984, San Diego County, CA,
KETTENRING John "Jake" "Jack"
w.Phyllis "Nickie" survives
Born in 1924
Died in Escondido, CA
Obituary in the North County Times on 06 Sep 2009 page B7
1325. “Obituaries,” John “Jake” “Jack” Kettenring, San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego County, CA, September 6, 2009.
KETTENRING, JOHN "JAKE" "JACK" Oct. 26, 1924 to August 25, 2009 John "Jake" "Jack" Kettenring, passed away Tuesday, August 25, 2009, due to a lung disease known as COPD. Jake leaves behind his wife, Phyllis "Nickie" and various nieces and nephews. He was a 30-year Navy veteran and a member of Submarine Veterans of World War II. He was also a member of Scamp Base of USSVI, an organization formed by sailors who entered service after World War II. He served in Submarines from 1942-1972 and retired as a Master Chief Quartermaster. His ashes will be scattered at sea by Telephase, per his wishes. In lieu of flowers, a contribution in his memory sent to Elizabeth Hospice will be greatly appreciated. Their address is 150 W. Crest Street, Escondido, CA 92025. - See more at:
1326. “Obituaries,” John E Kettenring, North County Times, September 6, 2009.
John E. "Jake" Kettenring, 84, of Escondido, passed away on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 due to a lung disease known as COPD. He was born in Millington, NJ on October 26, 1924. Jake leaves behind his wife, Phyllis "Nickie" and various nieces and nephews. He was a 30-year Navy Veteran and a member of the Submarine Veterans of WWII. He was also a member of Scamp Base of USSVI, an organization formed by Sailors who entered service after WWII. He served in Submarines from 1942-1972 and retired as a Master Chief Quartermaster. His ashes will be scattered at sea by Telephase, per his wishes. In lieu of flowers, a contribution in his memory sent to Elizabeth Hospice will be greatly appreciated. Their address is 150 W. Crest St., Escondido, Calif. 92025. Sign the Guest Book online
1327. Rollo A Larson, January 30, 2015, Chowchilla, CA.
File: Rollo_Larson_Celebration_of_Life
1328. “Born,” Rollo Albert Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, February 1, 1932, 4.
Larson—In Chowchilla, January 29, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Larson, a son.
1330. “Deaths,” Maxine Larson Center, Southern Tidings, 94, 1, Decatur, GA, January 2000, 27,
CENTER, Maxine Larson, 60, born Nov. 17, 1938, in Chowchilla, Calif., died Oct. 5, 1999. She was a member of the Belvedere church in Decatur, Ga. She served in ministry with her husband in the Gulf States Conference, Georgia-Cumberland Conference, and in the Southern Union Conference office. She is survived by her husband, Richard Center; one daughter, Pamela Center, both of Stone Mountain, Ga.; one son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Julie Center; two grandchildren: Lexie and Parker Center, all of Zephyrhills, Fla.; two sisters: Gail Walker of Brownsville, Calif., and Phyllis Asgeirsson of San Diego, Calif.; two brothers: Don Larson of Portland, Ore., and Rollo Larson of Chowchilla, Calif.
File: MaxineLarsonCenter_Obit
1331. “At Rest,” Adventist Review, 757, May 25, 2000, 30.
1332. “Obituaries,” ViewPoint, 25(2), Winter 2001,
1333. “Nancy J Buller,” Find-A-Grave,, 7657656.
1334. “Alvin D Buller,” Find-A-Grave,, 7657655.
1335. “United States Census: 1920,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1920, CA, Napa, St. Helena, Lodi Precinct, January 15, 1920, Gladys S. Wilson, 4B, 3, 63, T625, 122, 475.
File: 1920 CA Napa County St Helena
1336. Annie B W, “BURTON and allied families,”, February 18, 2014.
1337. “Lena Mae Haney,” Find-A-Grave,, 71422708.
1338. Robert Everette Bickel and Beverly Jean Haney, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” June 16, 1950, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, CA, GS Film number: 2117735 , Digital Folder Number: 005698921 , Image Number: 01167,
File: RobertEveretteBickel_BeverlyJeanHaney_MarriageCert
1339. Edward Neil Whirlow and Barbara Frances Haney, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” July 30, 1949, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, CA, GS Film number: 2117338 , Digital Folder Number: 005698903 , Image Number: 00030,
File: EdwardNeilWhirlow_BarbaraFrancesHaney_MarriageCert
1340. “Ernest Ervin Haney,” Find-A-Grave,, 71422705.
1341. Myrna, MYR-001, March 3, 1999, “Descendancy from Henry Webb b.1350,”,, August 6, 1660.
1342. “Cape Cod Genealogy WebCards,” January, 1998, Edwin A Cooper,, Lists 1738 as year of death.
1343. Jim Webb, “Descendents of Sir Alexander Webb,”, March 25, 2000, Says she was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, MA.
1344. “Cape Cod Genealogy WebCards,” January, 1998, Edwin A Cooper,, October 23, 1655.
1345. Jim Webb, “Descendents of Sir Alexander Webb,”, March 25, 2000, Says January 2, 1661.
1346. “Braintree Records,”, Records only read June (no year).
1347. Jim Webb, “Descendents of Sir Alexander Webb,”, March 25, 2000, Says June 5, 1700 in Braintree.
1348. “California Death Index; 1940-1997,” California Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Section,,, Name listed as Frida Pamerlin.
1350. Ludwig Friedrich Sturm and Frieda Bammerlin, “Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929,” December 1, 1887, Evangelisch, Wittlingen, Loerrach, Baden, 1189337, M93577-3,, Name listed as Frieda Bammerlin.
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