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He was born Oct. 13. 1948 to William Allen and Iola Hender- son-Searles in Lebanon. He gradu- ated from Lebanon Union High School. Mr. Allen married Nancy Hill in 1976 in Gold Beach. They lived mostly in the valley areas of Oregon, raising their family. In the 1990s they moved to Nevada. only to return to Oregon The fihrf6 laaed in 2000. Mr. Allen worked with disabled in- dividuals as a caregiver. He loved to travel and go on cruises. He was also happy with just Sweet Home A Sweet Home artist was among 21 students who received awards at Linn-Benton Community- College's annual Juried Art Student Exhibit at a reception held May 9, in the college's North Santiam Hall Galleries. Justen Glynn of Sweet Home was named recipient of the Carol Schaafsma Award of Merit in Paint- ing. Jess Graft of Corvallis was awarded Best of Show for her ceram- ic sculpture "Distortions, Womb" by a quick trip to the beach with fam- ily or friends. He loved his pets. Barbecu- ing was his number one passion. He also enjoyed watching wres- fling and cooking shows. He was a member of Community Chapel on Ames Creek. Mr. Allen is survived by his wife, Nancy; children RaNee Os- borne, Raqual "Kelli" Fritz, Me- lissa Benedict, Angelia Baldwin. Thomas Allen and Nathaniel Al- len; brother Michael Searles; sister Janice Abernathy; 13 grandchil- dren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents. A celebration of life will be at Community Chapel in Sweet Home at a later date. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the ar- rangements. Death Notice Jewell Mellmoil. 88. of Brownsville. died May 26. 2012 at her home. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. For updated information, visit www.sweethomefuneral.com. student among art wznners jurors Becca McCannell and Diane Tarter. art professors at Western Or- egon University in Monmouth. The jurors also bestowed ]u- ror's Choice Awards to Johnny Beaver of Lebanon for his paint- ing "Copula" and to Pearl Stephens of Alsea for her graphite drawing "Untitled Torso." Stephens' draw- ing was also chosen for one of two President's Purchase Awards: the other went to David Aaron Reizes of Philomath for his anagama sculp- ture titled "Rivers No. 3." Over 22 years experience, helping Oregon hear better since 1992. Free batteries for 5 years on most headng aids. 5% discount for cash or check up front. HERR BETTER Iit NEARLY ANY SlINI01 Main Street Dell 1306 Main St. Monday $1 Homestyle fry basket Tuesday $2 Chicken sandwich Wednesday S3 Breakfast burritos Thursday S4 Chicken tender basket Friday S5 Bacon cheeseburger basket Saturday S5 8pc Chicken box Sunday BOGO Lunch Baskets. 3 year warranty on most hearing aids. 45 day no-risk trial. If your health insurance policy covers hearing aids. often provide you headng aids with no out of pocket cost to you. 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