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'''Andrew Hayworth'''<br>
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'''Andrew Omel Hayworth'''<br>
'''2 Aug 1963 - 24 Sep 1996'''<br>
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'''02 Aug 1963 - 24 Sep 1996'''<br>
 
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===Obituary===
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At his request, there will be no service for Andrew O. Hayworth, who died Sept. 24, 1996, of cancer at age 33.
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Mr. Hayworth was born Aug. 2, 1963, in Phoenix, Ariz., and lived in Portland 15 years. He attended Portland Community College. He worked as a department store cashier and customer service representative.
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Survivors include his mother, May Williams of Gervais; brothers, Dale B. of Portland, Robert W. of Beaverton, Larry D. of Salem, Preston C. Blanton of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeffry Blanton of Massachusetts and Hank Williams of Gervais; sisters, Ella M. Thompson of Tempe, Ariz., Edna F. King of Prairie Grove, Ariz., Janice Martinez of Salem, Wanda Bettis of Portland, Mary Ford of Vancouver, Wash., Carol Kelly of Yakima and Jewell Shores of Silverton.
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Disposition was by cremation. Arrangements are by Autumn Burial & Cremation.<ref>''The Oregonian'' (Portland, OR) Saturday, 05 Oct 1996</ref>
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Latest revision as of 01:03, 27 September 2020

Andrew Omel Hayworth
02 Aug 1963 - 24 Sep 1996
Rosetown Ramblers Memorial Panel 2LR

Obituary

At his request, there will be no service for Andrew O. Hayworth, who died Sept. 24, 1996, of cancer at age 33.

Mr. Hayworth was born Aug. 2, 1963, in Phoenix, Ariz., and lived in Portland 15 years. He attended Portland Community College. He worked as a department store cashier and customer service representative.

Survivors include his mother, May Williams of Gervais; brothers, Dale B. of Portland, Robert W. of Beaverton, Larry D. of Salem, Preston C. Blanton of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeffry Blanton of Massachusetts and Hank Williams of Gervais; sisters, Ella M. Thompson of Tempe, Ariz., Edna F. King of Prairie Grove, Ariz., Janice Martinez of Salem, Wanda Bettis of Portland, Mary Ford of Vancouver, Wash., Carol Kelly of Yakima and Jewell Shores of Silverton.

Disposition was by cremation. Arrangements are by Autumn Burial & Cremation.[1]


Sources

  1. The Oregonian (Portland, OR) Saturday, 05 Oct 1996