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Warren Charles Price was born July 7, 1908, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, and died May 7, 1967, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, at age 58. Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR. He is the son of Charles Andrew Preiss of Wisconsin, and Lillian Ottilie Oerkwitz of Wisconsin.

Lillian Irene Shidell was born October 16, 1911, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, and died June 2, 2002, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR, at age 90. Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR. She is the daughter of William Adam Shidell of Oakfield Twp., Fond du Lac Co., WI, and Emma Dora Marie Heinrichs of Watertown, Jefferson Co., WI.

Warren Charles Price and Lillian Irene Shidell were married on June 29, 1935, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.

Warren Charles Price and Lillian Irene (Shidell) Price had three children:

  1. Katherine Abbey Price: Born October 4, 1938, in Madison, Dane Co., WI. Married July 2, 1960, in Madison, Dane Co., WI, to David Frank Gray: Born October 4, 1938, in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.
  2. William Charles Price: Born September 29, 1941, in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA; Died January 28, 1999, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR (age 57). Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR. Married December 6, 1997, in Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR, to Teresa Jean (Mulvihill) Madden: Born June 7, 1957, in Myrtle Point, Coos Co., OR; Died July 3, 2013, in Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR (age 56). Buried in Ocean View Memory Gardens and Crematory, Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR.
  3. Margaret Alice "Peggy" Price: Born April 16, 1945, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR. Married August 11, 1973, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR, to Albert Burford "Al" Crenshaw: Born October 4, 1942, in Lexington, Rockbridge Co., VA.



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Warren Charles Price and Lillian Irene (Shidell) Price are buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making these pictures available.


Warren Charles Price was born July 7, 1908, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 25, 1910, shows Charles A. Preiss (age 31) born in Wisconsin to German and Indiana-born parents is a Commercial Salesman renting his home at 781 Booth Street, 6th Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him is his wife of 5 years, Lillian Price (age 29) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents, with the only child born to her still alive. Also at home is his son, Warren C. Price (age 1) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 25, 1910, shows Rudolph Oerkwitz (age 69) born in Germany to German-born parents and having emigrated in 1868 and a Naturalized citizen has his Own Income owning his own home free of a mortgage and is living at 781 Booth Street, 6th Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him is his wife of 40 years, Mary Oerkwitz (age 64) born in Germany to German-born parents and having emigrated in 1855, with 4 of the 6 children born to her still alive. Also living in the household are three relatives, all born in Wisconsin: his unmarried son, Rudolph Oerkwitz, Jr., (age 34) born to German-born parents, a Millinery Salesman; his widowed daughter, Louise Miller (age 38) born to German-born parents, having her Own Income; and his grandson, Ralph Miller (age 16) born to Wisconsin-born parents.

Lillian Irene Shidell was born October 16, 1911, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.



The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 2, 1920, shows Charles A. Price (age 42) born in Wisconsin to Prussia and Indiana-born parents is a Salesman in a Motor Garage and renting his home at 781 Booth Street, 6th Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him is his wife Lillian Price (age 38) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents. Also at home is their son Warren Price (age 11) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 5, 1920, shows William A. Shidell (age 50) born in Wisconsin to Canadian-born parents is a Hoisting Engineer at an Excavating Contractor who owns his own home at 902 29th Street, 22nd Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him is his wife Emma Shidell (age 40) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents. Also at home are their children, all born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents: Adam Shidell (age 16); Caroline Shidell (age 15); Elmer Shidell (age 12); Alice Shidell (age 10); and Lillian Shidell (age 8).


Lillian Irene Shidell at her graduation from 8th grade, Milwaukee, WI.


The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 5, 1930, shows Lillian Price (age 49) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents and first married at age 25 is a divorcee owning her own home valued at $3,500 and is living at 781 Holton Street, 6th Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with her is her unmarried son Warren Price (age 21) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents who is an Office Clerk. Also in the house is Lillian's widowed brother, Emil Oerkwitz (age 60) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents and first married at age 30 who is a Newspaper Reporter.

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 3, 1930, shows William Shidell (age 61) born in Wisconsin to French and Canadian-born parents and first married at age 33 is a Sewer and Tunnel Foreman owning his own home valued at $6,500 and living at 902 29th Street, 22nd Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him is his wife Emma Shidell (age 50) born in Wisconsin to German-born parents who was first married at age 22. Three of their unmarried children also live there, all born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents: Adam Shidell (age 27)  a Scout Master for the Boy Scouts; Elmer Shidell (age 21) a Route Man for an Ice Company; and Lillian Shidell (age 18). Two unmarried roomers also live in the household, born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents: Adam Shorey (age 28) a Steel Works Laborer; and Ralph Shorey (age 26) a Steel Works Laborer.

Warren Charles Price and Lillian Irene Shidell were married on June 29, 1935, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.

Katherine Abbey Price was born October 4, 1938, in Madison, Dane Co., WI.

The 1940 U. S. Census taken on April 9, 1940 shows Warren C. Price (age 31) born in Wisconsin, and 5 years ago was living in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, and with 5 years of College, is a married Journalism Teacher at a University, and who is renting his home for $45/month and is living at 3503 Crooms Street, Austin, Travis Co., TX. Living with him are: his wife, Lillian Price (age 28) born in Wisconsin, and 5 years ago was living in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, and with 4 years of College; and his daughter, Katie Price (age 1) born in Wisconsin.

William Charles Price was born September 29, 1941, in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA.

Margaret Alice "Peggy" Price was born April 16, 1945, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Lane Co., OR, Sunday, December 27, 1959

MISS KATHERINE PRICE is engaged to David Gray of New Lisbon, Wis., and both are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Price, for the holidays.

Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Price of Eugene announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine, to Davis Gray of New Lisbon, Wis. Both Miss Price and her fiance are senior students at University of Wisconsin in Madison, where she is majoring in chemistry, he in physics. Mr. Gray is a guest in the Price home here during the Christmas holidays. A graduate of Eugene High School in 1956. Miss Price has been enrolled at Wisconsin since that fall. The couple's marriage is planned for early summer, following commencement at University of Wisconsin, and will take place in Madison.


David Frank Gray and Katherine Abbey Price were married July 2, 1960, in Madison, Dane Co., WI.


The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Dane Co., WI, Wednesday, July 13, 1960

MRS. DAVID GRAY

Catherine Abbey Price Weds David Frank Gray

The wedding of Miss Catherine Abbey Price and David Frank Gray took place in Wesley Methodist Church Saturday at 3 p.m. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Price, Eugene, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray, New Lisbon. The Prices are University of Wisconsin graduates. The Rev. Carl W. Stromberg of the First Methodist Church officiated. The bride chose a princess gown of white silk peau de sole and lace with seed pearls and iridescent sequins  on the bodice and a bouffant hoop skirt. She wore a matching queen's crown of seed pearls with a waist-length veil and carried a white Bible with white carnations. Miss Noretia Wilcox, Crown Point, Ind., the bride's college roommate, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Peggy Price, Eugene, Ore., and Miss June Gray, New Lisbon, sisters of the couple. They wore white nylon eyelet street-length frocks over emerald and pale green taffeta. Jerrold Jayne, Laramie, Wyo., was best man, and Gary Gray, New Lisbon, and William Price were groomsmen. Ushers were Phil Rose and Marshall Lih. The bride, a 1960 graduate in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, will be employed by the chemistry department for the summer. The bridegroom, a 1960 physics graduate of the university, will be employed by the physics department. They will live at 502-D Eagle Heights Apartments. In September they will move to Ann Arbor, Mich., where Mr. Gray will be a graduate student in astronomy.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Lane Co., OR, Sunday, July 17, 1960

MR. AND MRS. DAVID FRANK GRAY

Katherine Price Bride; Wedding in Wisconsin

Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Price of Eugene traveled to Madison, Wis., for the marriage there July 2 of their daughter, Katherine Abbey Price, to David Frank Gray. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray of New Lisbon, Wis. The ceremony took place at 3 p.m. in Wesley Methodist Church in Madison, the Rev. Carl W. Stromberg reading the vows. Garden flowers in yellow and white were used to decorate the church, with a large arrangement of white gladiolus upon the altar. Two selections were sung by Miss Geri Waite, classmate of the bride, before the service began. Miss Price was given in marriage by her father. She wore a princess gown of peau de soie and Chantilly lace with bodice trim of seed pearls and sequins. The gown had cap sleeves and bouffant hoop skirt, and tiny covered buttons were its back fastening. A queen's crown of seed pearls and sequins secured her waist-length veil of imported silk illusion. Maid of honor was Miss Noretia Wilcox of Crown Point, Ind., college roommate of the bride, and bridesmaids were Miss Peggy Price of Eugene, the bride's sister, and Miss June Gray of New Lisbon, sister of the bridegroom. All wore dresses of white nylon eyelet embroidery over soft green taffets, and carried bouquets of white daisies and yellow gladiolus. Their headdresses were matching caps of eyelet, flower-trimmed. Best man was Jerrold Jayne of Laramie, Wyo., and groomsmen were William Price, brother of the bride, and Gary Gray, brother of the groom. Philip Rose and Marshall Lih, both of Madison, seated guests. At the reception in the Fellowship Hall of the church, Mrs. Roy Woboril of Milwaukee, Wis., a cousin of the bride, assisted in serving by classmates of Miss Price. Both bride and groom were graduated this year from University of Wisconsin, of which her parents are also alumni. Miss Price majored in chemistry. He has a fellowship for graduate study in astronomy at University of Michigan this fall. The young couple made their wedding trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., their future home, where they located an apartment for September occupancy. They will spend the balance of the summer in Madison. Other out-of-state guests, besides the bride's parents, were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Miller of Milwaukee, Wis., cousins, and Elmer Shidell of Milwaukee, uncle of the bride; also Mrs. Bertha Ansley and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gracyzk, all of Chicago, grandparents of the bridegroom.


Warren Charles Price died May 7, 1967, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, at age 58. Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Lane Co., R, Monday, May 8, 1967

UO Professor Price Found Dead on Train

Warren C. Price, professor of journalism at the University of Oregon and teacher of many hundreds of Oregon newspapermen, was found dead Monday morning. The body of the 58-year-old Price was found in his roomette on the Union Pacific Railroad's "City of Portland," about 30 minutes out of Portland at Troutdale. Death was apparently due to a heart attack. Price had boarded the train in Chicago on Saturday, en route home from a trip to Milwaukee. The place of his death seemed somehow symbolic to those who knew him. For trains - along with the Milwaukee Braves, $2 bills and journalism excellence - were a passion with him. Price was known to students and friends as a practicing eccentric, a crotchety man with an amazing memory and many quirks. But he was also known as an expert in the fields of journalism law and journalism history, and as an excellent mathematician and historian who sometimes was called on to teach courses in those fields at the university. He was national president of Kappa Tau Alpha, the journalistic equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa, and was returning from a Kappa Tau Alpha function when he died. Price was on a one-year leave of absence from his university post to write a history of the Register-Guard, which was to be published in October of this year. A series of articles based upon his research has been appearing in the paper for several months. The most recent one - a profile of Price's friend, the late former Register-Guard Editor William Tugman - appeared in Sunday's paper. For 15 years, from 1945 to 1960, Price worked part-time for the Register-Guard. He said this job -, which involved putting the Sunday's edition to press on Saturday nights, enabled him to "keep his hand in" in the field of practicing journalism. Alton F. Baker Jr., editor and publisher of the Register-Guard, called Price's death "a great loss to journalism." Said Baker, "He was a newsman, a scholar, a fine teacher dedicated to the importance of journalism in our society . . . You never replace men of the caliber of Warren Price."

Price was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and held both bachelor's and master's degrees from that school. Since 1942 Price had taught journalism courses at the university, serving as acting dean of the School of Journalism in 1960. John Hulteng, current dean of the school, called Price "one of the greatest pillars of our faculty. He was certainly one of the ablest teachers of journalism in the country - and in the fields of law of the press and history of journalism, he hardly had and equals anywhere." A former student said of Price, "He was not a great teacher, because he lacked the philosophical, kindly touch we usually attach to great teaching. But as a journalism teacher, he was just rough enough, tough enough, hateable - deliberately - enough to get kids used to what they might expect in the field."

Price was a working newsman on a number of papers throughout the country, both before and after becoming a teacher. He spent some six years as reporter and copy editor for the Milwaukee Journal, and also worked on the Washington Post and Times Herald, Des Moines Register and Oklahoma City Oklahoman. Milwaukee-born in 1906,Price retained a loyalty to that city which included his regard for the Milwaukee Journal as one of the world's greatest papers, and the Milwaukee Braves as one of the world's great baseball teams. His class assignments frequently included something to do with the Journal. And he and his son William were familiar summer sights in the Register-Guard offices each evening during the baseball season when they came to look for the last Brave's results and box scores on the teletype. When the Braves moved to Atlanta, Price was thunderstruck and virtually disavowed them. He championed use of $2 bills, writing feature articles about his experiences passing them, and lamenting the Treasury Department's decision to abandon them. For years he labored on a bibliography of books in the field of journalism, and when his "The Literature of Journalism" was published in 1959, it won awards for distinguished research from both the Sigma Delta Chi journalism fraternity and Kappa Tau Alpha. He held national offices in a number of journalism and education organizations. Among Price's quirks - either real or pretended - was a dislike of women in Journalism. When a veteran showed up to register on day shortly after the end of World War II, Price exclaimed: "Thank God, here's a man!"

But his youngest daughter, Peggy, a graduate of Stanford University and now on a tour of Europe, studied journalism and has worked as a reporter. He and his wife, Lillian, were married at Milwaukee June 29, 1935. They have one other daughter, Mrs. David Gray, who lives at London, Ontario, Canada, and their son William, at home. Funeral arrangements were still pending Monday.


Albert Burford Crenshaw and Margaret Alice "Peggy" Price were married August 11, 1973, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Lane Co., OR, Sunday, August 19, 1973

MRS. ALBERT BURFORD CREWSHAW

Peggy Price recites vows

Marriage vows were recited by Margaret (Peggy) Price and Albert Burford Crenshaw Aug. 11 in First Congregational Church in Eugene. The Rev. Wesley Goodson Nicholson performed the single-ring ceremony. Yellow and white gladiolus decorated the altar. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Warren C. Price of Eugene and the late Mr. Price. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ollinger Crenshaw of Lexington, Va., and the late Mr. Crenshaw. The groom's mother traveled to Eugene for the wedding. Miss Price wore a gown of silk organza over taffets, trimmed with Venise lace on the long sleeves, at the neckline and front of the gown. Ivory yellow organza encircled the wrists of her sleeves and formed a border at the hemline. The bride wore her sister's veil, held by a crown of seed pearls. She carried yellow roses, stephanotis and Ivy and in her shoe was a sixpence, a gift from Mrs. John McCloskey. The bride was given in marriage by William Wasmann, a family friend. Mrs. David Frank Gray, bride's sister from Ilderton, Ontario, Canada, was matron of honor. Other attendants were Anne Brophy and Mrs. Stephen H. Frey of San Francisco and Catherine Mayer of Madison, Wis. Their gowns were of blue voile trimmed with lace of a rose hue. They carried yellow and white chrysanthemums, ivy and blue statice. Elizabeth and Rebecca Gray lighted the candles. Donal F. Holway of New York City was best man. Ushers were Dr. Stephen H. Frye, David F. Gray and Spencer Hall. Ann French played the harp and Janet Walsh played the organ music. A reception was held at the church. Serving were Alyce Sheetz, Mrs. John Barber, Mrs. Waldo Schumacher, Lois Sparkman, Mrs. Robert Haworth, Stacie Smith, Mrs. Carl Webb, Dr. Sheryl Gardner, Mrs. Ed Baer and Lisa Nickerson of Washington, D.C. Mary Taylor kept the guest book. After a wedding trip to the Coast Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw are driving to their new home in Washington, D. C. The groom is assistant national editor of the Washington Post. The bride will continue her law studies at Georgetown University and is also a part-time editor at the Washington Post. She received bachelor and master degrees from Stanford University and has been attending University of Oregon Law School. The groom has degrees from Harvard College, University of Virginia and Columbia University.


William Charles Price and Teresa Jean (Mulvihill) Madden were married December 6, 1997, in Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR.

William Charles Price died January 28, 1999, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR, at age 57. Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Lane Co., OR, January 30, 1999

William Price

COOS BAY - The funeral will be held today, Jan. 30, for William Charles Price of Coos Bay, who died Jan. 28 of a heart attack. The former Eugene resident was 57. Price was born Sept. 29, 1941, in Des Moines, Iowa, to Warren and Lillian Price. He graduated from South Eugene High School. He married Teresa Mulvihill in Eugene on Dec. 6, 1997. Price was passionate about baseball, and he also enjoyed camping and bowling. Survivors include his wife; his mother; a stepdaughter, Joanne Madden of Coos Bay; two sisters, Katherine Gray of London, Ontario, and Margaret Crenshaw of Washington, D.C. Today's service is at 1:30 p.m. at Rest-Haven Memorial Park & Funeral Home in Eugene.


Lillian Irene (Shidell) Price died June 2, 2002, in Eugene, Lane Co., OR, at age 90. Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane Co., OR.


The Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, OR, Wednesday, June 5, 2002

Lillian Shidell Price

A memorial service will be held today, June 5, 2002 for Lillian (Shidell) Price of Eugene, OR who died June 2 of age-related causes. She was 90. Price was born Oct. 16, 1911, in Milwaukee, Wis., to William and Emma (Heinrichs) Shidell. She married Warren Price in Milwaukee on June 29, 1935. He died in 1967. She received a teaching certificate from Milwaukee State Teachers' College in 1931 and a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Wisconsin in 1932. Price also attended graduate classes at the University of Oregon. She taught school in Milwaukee and lived in Columbus, OH, Oklahoma City, OK, Des Moines, IA, and Madison, WI, before moving to this area during World War II, when her husband accepted a faculty position at the University of Oregon School of Journalism. She was active in the Faculty Women's Club, the PTA and the First Congregational Church in Eugene. Price taught at Glenwood Elementary School from 1956 to 1968, when she began teaching at Meadowlark Elementary School. She retired in 1974. Price volunteered with First Congregational Church, Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, the blood bank and Lane County Elections after her retirement. She made many trips east to visit her daughters and grandchildren. Survivors include two daughters, Katherine Gray of Ilderton, Ontario, Canada, and Margaret Crenshaw of Washington, D.C.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A son, William, died in January 1999. Today's service will be at 3 p.m. at First Congregational Church in Eugene. Burial will be at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene. Rest-Haven Memorial Park & Funeral Home in Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to First Congregational Church.


Flash, University of Oregon, Volume 17, no. 3, Spring/Summer 2002

Lillian Price

Lillian Price died on June 2, 2002 in Eugene. She was 90. Price was the wife of former SOJC professor Warren Price, who died in 1967. Price was born Oct. 16, 1911, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and received a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Wisconsin in 1932. She married Warren Price in 1935. She taught in Milwaukee and also lived in Columbus, Ohio, Oklahoma City, Des Moines, Iowa, and Madison, Wisconsin. She and Warren moved to Oregon during World War II, when he started teaching at the School. Price taught at Glenwood Elementary School from 1956 to 1968, then went on to teach at Meadowlark Elementary School. After retiring from teaching in 1974, she became a tireless volunteer who contributed her time to the First Congregational Church, the Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, the blood bank and Lane County Elections. Dean Gleason remembers Ms. Price, "She stayed involved with the School after Professor Price's death, and was a fixture at events such as the Johnston and Ruhl Lectures." In memory of her husband's passion for journalism history and the importance of journalism to the development and continued democracy of the nation, Price helped establish the Warren C. Price Memorial Award for the best paper on journalism history and the Warren C. Price Memorial Scholarship, which awards $300-$1,500 to an outstanding student of journalism history each spring.


Teresa Jean (Mulvihill) (Madden) Price died July 3, 2013, in Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR, at age 56. Buried in Ocean View Memory Gardens and Crematory, Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR.


Teresa Jean Mulvihill Price

   

Viewing for Teresa Jean Mulvihill Price 56, of Coos Bay will be held Wednesday, July 17, from 1:00-5:00 PM at Coos Bay Chapel 685 Anderson Avenue Coos Bay. A graveside service will be held Thursday, July 18, at 2:00 PM at Ocean View Memory Gardens Cemetery 1525 Ocean Boulevard with Pastor Don Berney of New Beginnings Christian Fellowship officiating. Teresa was born June 7, 1957 in Astoria, Oregon the daughter of John LaFayette and Lucille Nellie (Bersik) Mulvihill and died July 3, 2013 at her home in Coos Bay of natural causes. She loved the Lord and attended church every week. Traveling was her life. She would make frequent trips to Portland just for fun. Teresa loved shopping, especially rings and shoes and would travel up and down the coast just for a cool pair of pants. Teresa enjoyed going out for coffee and getting to know everyone. She met and knew many people from her travels even as far as two states away. Teresa was very close to her mother, Lucille. The two of them were like two peas in a pod and are with each other now. She is survived by her daughter, Joanne and siblings, Mike, Jolene, Sharon, John and Gary as well as her extended family and friends in the community. She was preceded in death by her parents, and husband, William Price. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Teresa Mulvihill Price Memorial Fund in care of Coos Elderly Service PO Box 147 North Bend, OR 97459. Arrangements are under the direction of Coos Bay Chapel, 541-267-3131 and Ocean View Memory Gardens, 541-888-4709.


Teresa was born June 7, 1957 in Myrtle Point, Oregon the daughter of John LaFayette and Lucille Nellie (Bersik) Mulvihill and died July 3, 2013 at her home in Coos Bay of natural causes. She loved the Lord and attended church every week. Traveling was her life. She would make frequent trips to Portland just for fun. Teresa loved shopping, especially rings and shoes and would travel up and down the coast just for a cool pair of pants. Teresa enjoyed going out for coffee and getting to know everyone. She met and knew many people from her travels even as far as two states away. Teresa was very close to her mother, Lucille. The two of them were like two peas in a pod and are with each other now. She is survived by her daughter, Joanne and siblings, Mike, Jolene, Sharon, John and Gary as well as her extended family and friends in the community. She was preceded in death by her parents, and husband, William Price. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Teresa Mulvihill Price Memorial Fund in care of Coos Elderly Service PO Box 147 North Bend, OR 97459. Arrangements are under the direction of Coos Bay Chapel, 541-267-3131 and Ocean View Memory Gardens, 541-888-4709.


 

 
Joanne Eva Madden was born April 19, 1976, in Oregon. Lived in Coquille, OR, and Coos Bay, OR. Class of 1994, Coquille High School.

Misc family info:

JOHN LAFAYETTE MULVIHILL was born June 29, 1924 in North Bend, Ore. He married MARY HARRIS August 03, 1945 in North Bend, Ore. He married LUCILLE NELLIE BURSIK August 22, 1955 in Longview, Ore. She was born October 07, 1936 in Douglas Co.,Ore.

Children of JOHN MULVIHILL and MARY HARRIS are:

i. Mary Carol13 Mulvihill5353, b. Abt. 1946
ii. Linda Marie Mulvihill5353, b. Abt. 1947
iii. John William Mulvihill5353, b. Abt. 1948

Children of JOHN MULVIHILL and LUCILLE BURSIK are:

iv. Johnny Lee Mulvihill, b. June 28, 1956, Astoria, Ore.
v. Theresa Jean Mulvihill, b. June 07, 1957, Myrtle Point,Ore.
vi. Gary Allen Mulvihill, b. September 01, 1958, Myrtle Point, Ore.
vii. Sharon Janella Mulvihill, b. March 21, 1960, Myrtle Point, Ore.
viii. Jolene Diane Mulvihill, b. January 12, 1962, Myrtle Point, Ore.
ix. Michael Dean Mulvihill5353, b. January 14, 1964, Myrtle Point, Ore.