┌── Nathan Hinshaw │ 1831-1895 ┌── Emory Walter Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1879-1936 │ │ └── Sarah Elizabeth (Ayers) Warrick │ 1846-1880 Alice Lenore Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1912 │ ┌── Henry Puterbaugh D: 2000 │ │ └── Edith B. Puterbaugh ───┤ 1880-1953 │ └── Elizabeth Smith M: Theodore John Raisig
|Alice Lenore Hinshaw [ID 13208]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Sep 8 1912, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon.1,2,3,4,5
She married Theodore John Raisig, Jun 14 1941.1,6 Theodore was born Jul 11 1911.2,7
Theodore was a 1933 alumnus of the University of Oregon.6
Theodore died Jan 9 1998, Washington County, Oregon.1,2,7
Alice Lenore Hinshaw died Aug 2 2000.1,2
Alice's obituary was published in "The Portland Oregonian" (Portland, Oregon) on August 11, 2000:1
Alice Lenore Raisig
Alice Lenore Raisig died Aug. 2, 2000, at age 87. No service will be held.
Mrs. Raisig was born Sept. 8, 1912, in Eugene and was raised in Eastern Washington. Her maiden name was Hinshaw. She attended Whitman College and the University of Oregon, moving to Portland after graduation. She taught art at Grant High School five years and then was a homemaker. She later returned to teaching as a substitute in the Portland Public Schools. In 1941, she married Theodore J. Raisig; he died in 1998.
Survivors include her daughter, Jane Marie; and nieces and nephews.
Social Security information for Alice Lenore Hinshaw: 541-10-2921
Social Security information for Theodore John Raisig: 541-12-6946
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