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6967 East Dakota Road
Hereford , AZ 85615
(520) 378-6000
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Obituary for Linda Hereford

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
DECHERD Linda Hereford, 64, passed Monday, Feb. 6, 2012.Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, from the chapel of Watson-North Funeral Home.Interment in Mt. Garner cemetery.On-line condolences may be sent to www.watsonnorth.com.Visitation from 5-8 p.m. today, Feb. 8, at Watson-North Funeral Home. (Chattanooga Press)

L.R. 'Ray' Wight

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
California to attend radio school, but was called back home to the family farm.Ray was named for The Reyburn Shorthorn Cattle Company in Madison County, Iowa. As a rancher he preferred Herefords. Later in his ranching career, he was instrumental in bringing the Charolais breed from France to Montana and south central Canada.Ray married Louella Jean Hedrick on June 7, 1947. Together they ran the family ranch for many years, living in a house they built themselves. Later they moved into town and built their second home. He took classes and became a real estate appraiser for the Veterans Administration. They moved to Great Falls for several years in order to care for Jean’s ailing parents. Their Catholic faith was a very important part of their lives. Sunday mass was never missed.Ray and Jean love... (Lewistown News-Argus)

L.R. 'Ray' Wight

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
California to attend radio school, but was called back home to the family farm.Ray was named for The Reyburn Shorthorn Cattle Company in Madison County, Iowa. As a rancher he preferred Herefords. Later in his ranching career, he was instrumental in bringing the Charolais breed from France to Montana and south central Canada.Ray married Louella Jean Hedrick on June 7, 1947. Together they ran the family ranch for many years, living in a house they built themselves. Later they moved into town and built their second home. He took classes and became a real estate appraiser for the Veterans Administration. They moved to Great Falls for several years in order to care for Jean’s ailing parents. Their Catholic faith was a very important part of their lives. Sunday mass was never missed.Ray and Jean love... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Homer Dale Matson

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Kansas, but not Kansas out of the man. In 1958 Homer found his Kansas farm in Oregon — a lovely, green 20 acres with a creek just north of Jefferson where he again enjoyed raising registered Herefords, hay and an abundant garden. Residing there for over 50 years, it was the site of many family gatherings, church and neighborhood picnics. Homer was a talented horseshoe player, champion at many events and loved pasture softball games. He captured many school children, family and scenery pictures with his Kodak slide camera. Their family lived within 20 miles and grandchildren loved the farm and their papoo, spending countless hours with him haying, gathering eggs, hiding in the corn patch, cuddling new kittens, fishing the creek, attending auctions with him, riding the tractor, learning cow pasture softball and enjoying the ever welcoming kitchen. Homer loved children and always being “young at heart” created homespun fun. Homer became a Christian as a young man and remained faithful in the Lord teaching classes, was involved in church activities and for many years was an elder at the Hill Street Church of Christ in Albany. His love for Elva was expressed in poems and they traveled over 70 years together through Midwest drought years and discouragements, the greatest of which was her passing in 2009. He was a much loved resident of the Arbor Oaks care center, as his sunny smile and affectionate nature always prevailed. “We will miss our ‘greatest generation’ dad and loving papoo, but find peace in knowing he has finally found his Elva again and they are rejoicing with their Lord.” Left to mourn his passing is his daughter Remoa Ann Jenkins and husband Randy of Jefferson; son Garold “Jerry” Matson and wife Lisa of Salem; daughter Connie Beth Lloyd and husband Carl of Newberg; 11 grandchildren, Blake Matson and wife Cleo of Stayton, Rick Matson and wife Joanne of Keizer, Tamara Bowles and husband Bernie of Marion, Bill Jenkins and wife Sue of Battleground, Wash., Scott Jenkins of Lakeland, Fla., Caleb Veach and wife Debi of Albany, David Lloyd and wife Charity of San Diego, Abby Olson and husband Matt of St. Helens, Katie Lloyd ... (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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