BOBNER Family Obituaries
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BOBNER, George - George Bobner, a resident of Chehalis, died Saturday, Nov. 20, in St. Helen Hospital at the age of 80. He was born May 23, 1902, on Crego Hill near Chehalis and moved to Ketchikan, Alaska, where he lived for 41 years. Bobner owned and(?) liquor store and an electrical shop and belonged to the Ketchikan Eagles Lodge. In 1966 he returned to Chehalis. Survivors include a sister, Louise Furrer of Hillsboro, Ore.; two brothers Frank Bobner of Cameo Island, and John Bobner of Ketchikan, Alaska, and several nieces and nephews, including Don Kure of Chehalis. A service will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Napavine Cemetery with the Rev. John McLaughlin officiating. Visitations may be made until 8 p.m. tonight and from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Fissell Chapel of the Brown Mortuary Service, Chehalis. CHRONICLE - DAILY, 11/22/1982
BOBNER, Ina B. - Ina B. Bobner, 78, a resident of Chehalis since 1969, died Wednesday, March 15, in a Chehalis hospital.
She was born April 29, 1899, in Hillman, Mich. Mrs. Bobner was a life member of Midnight Sun Chapter 6, Order of Eastern Star, Fairbanks, Alaska.
Survivors include her husban, George, at home; two sons, Arnold and Emeral Klein, both of Atlanta, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. Ann Jewell and Mrs. Beatrice Megget, both of Cheboygan, Mich.
Services will be Monday at 1 p.m. at the Napavine Cemetery with Chehalis Chapter 3, Order of Eastern Star officiating. Brown Mortuary Service is in charge of arrangements. DAILY - CHRONICLE, 03/17/1978
BOBNER, John - John Bobner, 85, a resident of Adna 40 years, died Tuesday in a Centralia hospital following a lengthy illness. He was born in Austria (Croatia) May 15, 1858, and came to the United States 64 years ago.
Surviving are four sons, Rudolph, Carlton, Ore., Frank and George in Alaska, and John Jr., in New Guinea; four daughters, Mrs. Mary Clark, Tacoma; Mrs. Katherine Kure, Chehalis; Mrs. Louise Furrer, Sweet Home, Ore., and Mrs. Josephine Crane, Seaside, Ore., and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services are scheduled Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Sticklin chapel in Chehalis, with the Rev. Paul Crooks officiating. Internment will be in the Greenwood Memorial Park. CHRONICLE 12/15/1943
BOBNER, Theresa - Mrs. Theresa Bobner, 67, a resident of Adna, died Saturday evening in a Centralia hospital following a month's illness. She was born in Jugo-Slavia and came from there to Adna 18 years ago. Surviving are her widower, John Bobner; four step-sons, Frank and George Bobner in Alaska and John in Oregon; four step-daughters, Mrs. Catherine Kure of Chehalis, Mrs. W.D. Clark of Tacoma, Mrs. Joe Furrer, Sweet Home, Ore., and Mrs. Earl Crane of Seaside, Ore.
Funeral services will be held at St. Joseph's church here Wednesday at 10 a.m., Rev. M.A. Quinlan officiating. Burial will be in the Greenwood Memorial park under the direction of the Sticklin mortuary. CHEHALIS ADVOCATE 01/14/1941
(RSF Notes: Theresa's obit is missing one step-son, Rudolph, who I believe was living in Hoquiam, WA at the time. Theresa is John's second wife. First wife Helena Bradac died 12/15/1915.)
FURRER, Louise (Bobner) - LOUISE FURRER, 80, SERVICES SATURDAY Louise Furrer, 80, Hillsboro, died April 29, 1987, at Tuality Community Hospital.
She was born in Washington July 25, 1906, and married Joe Furrer Aug. 27, 1927,in Montesano, Wash.
She had lived in Hillsboro for the last 30 years and earlier lived in several locations in Oregon and Washington.
Mrs. Furrer was a member of the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors include a son, Robert Furrer, Salmiya, Kuwait, and three grandchildren, Mike, Michelle and Melanie Furrer.
Funeral services will be held Satuday at 2 p.m. at Fuiten Mortuary, Hillboro Chapel, with Pastor Virgil "Bud" Grogan of the Christian Church of Hillsboro officiating.
Entombment will be in Valley Memorial Park Mausoleum.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Tuality Community Hospital Medical Foundation.
Fuiten Mortuary, Hillsboro Chapel, is in charge of arrangements. HILLSBORO (Ore.) ARGUS 04/30/1987
FURRER, Joe - Funeral services for 30-year Hillsboro resident Joe Furrer, 89, will be held Friday, April 25, at 1 p.m. in Fuiten Mortuary Hillsboro Chapel, 861 S.E. Baseline St.
Mr. Furrer died April 19, 1986, at Tuality Community Hospital in Hillsboro. He will be buried at the Valley Memorial Park, Hillsboro.
Born on Sept. 25, 1895, in Santa Clara County, Calif., to Victor and Bertha Furrer, he worked all his life as a logger in different parts of Oregon, including Lebanon, Seaside and Portland.
He was married on Aug. 23, 1927, to Louise Bobner Furrer in Montesano, Wash.
Mr. Furrer was a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge and a former Lebanon B.P.O.E.
The family suggests donations be made in his memory to the Tuality Community Hospital Medical Foundation.
Surviving Mr. Furrer are wife Louise Furrer of Hillsboro, son Robert Furrer of Salmiya, Kuwait, brother Victor Furrer of Vernon, British Columbia, brother Albert Furrer of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, and by three grandchildren.
HILLSBORO (Ore.) ARGUS 04/ /1986