Husband: Arthur Pierce (1 2 3)
Born: 27 Nov 1918 in Belfield, North Dakota (4 5)
Married: 14 Feb 1943 in DeRidder, LA
Died: 08 Apr 2004 in Eastside, Oregon (6)
Father: Royal Ames Pierce
Mother: Carrie Carlton
Wife: Living
01 (?): Living
02 (?): Living
03 (?): Living
04 (?): Living
  1. Census, Federal - 1930 - Columbia Co, Oregon, St Helens City, ED# 5-25, sheet 4B.

    Line 79 dwelling 75 household 89

    Pierce, Roy Head Owns worth $2000 age 42 M age 27 WI WI WI Fireman at Woods steam Boiler
    Carry wife 37 20 WI PA WI
    Amos son 14 ND Wi WI
    Arthur son 11 ND WI WI

    Line 83 dwelling 76 household 90

    Pierce, O. Frank Head Owns worth $1800 75 M age 23 WI VT ME OCC: none
    Martha E. wife 74 M 24 WI ME ME Trimmer at saw mill

  2. Census, Federal - 1920 - Valley Co., Nebraska, Ord, ED # 261, Ancestry p. 25 of 44.

    Elm St. Dwelling # 155 Family # 158

    Pierce, Roy head Rents M age 29 WI WI WI Laborer
    Carrie F 27 WI WI WI
    Amis F 4 ND WI WI
    Arthur M 1 ND WI WI

  3. Arthur Raymond Pierce Obituary (The
  4. Census, Federal - 1930 - Columbia Co, Oregon, St Helens City, ED# 5-25, sheet 4B.
  5. Social Security Death Index.
  6. Arthur Raymond Pierce Obituary (The, Obituaries; The - Serving the south Coast of Oregon.

    Arthur Raymond Pierce
    Nov. 27, 1918 - April 8, 2004 A memorial service for Arthur Raymond Pierce, 85, of Eastside, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 17, at Bay Area Christian Fellowship, Third and Anderson, in Coos Bay. The Rev. Frank Potmesil will officiate. Cremation rites were held under the direction of Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary. Inurnment will be at Roseburg National Cemetery.
    Arthur was born Nov. 27, 1918, to Roy and Carrie (Carlton) Pierce, in Belfield, N.D. He died April 8, 2004, in North Bend. He was raised and educated in North Dakota and Oregon, where he moved as a young man. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army in the South Pacific Theater. On Feb. 14, 1943, he married Lillian I. Kovach in DeRidder, La., where he was stationed. After the war, they moved to Sutherlin and then to Coos Bay, where they had lived for the past 50 years. He drove logging trucks for Weyerhaeuser for 20 years before retiring. Arthur was an avid fisherman and hunter. He was a charter member and former president of the Coos Bay Chapter of Northwest Steelheaders. He also enjoyed working with wood and he could fix anything. He was a member of the North Bend Chapter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is survived by his wife, Lillian I. Pierce of Coos Bay; sons, Wesley P. and Jeri Pierce of Coos Bay and Arthur R. Pierce Jr. of Coos Bay; daughter, Linda K. and Skip Smith of Coos Bay; seven grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother, Amos D. Pierce. Arrangements are under the direction of Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, 267-4216.

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