Tenth Generation

6625. Alice Joyce ACKLEY was born on 23 November 1931 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States.1751,3940 She died of cancer on 25 September 1995 at the age of 63 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, United States.839,1751 Her Obituary appeared in the The Oregonian on 28 September 1995 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, United States Partial

JOYCE ALICE DIETER A funeral was held Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1995, in Our Savior Lutheran Church.Mrs. Dieter died Sept. 25 of cancer at age 63.She was born Nov. 23, 1931, at Minneapolis. Her maiden name was Ackley.She lived in Portland for 58 years and graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1949.Mrs. Dieter was an inspector at Sheraton Airport Hotel for 15 years. Previously she worked as a bookkeeper at Montgomery Ward.She married Melvin J. Dieter in 1952; they were divorced in 1977.Survivors include her sons, Terr She had Social Security Number 542-32-4764 OR.1751 Alice was ill with Cancer.839

Alice Joyce ACKLEY and Melvin John DIETER were married about 1952.839,912 They839,912 were divorced about 1977.912 Melvin John DIETER was born on 26 October 1931 in Vernal, Uintah, Utah, United States.839 He died on 7 September 2013 at the age of 81 in Vancouver, Clark, Washington, United States.839 His Obituary appeared in the The Oregonian on 15 September 2013 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, United States Dieter, Melvin J. 81 Oct. 26, 1931 Sept. 07, 2013 Melvin Dieter passed away peacefully in his Vancouver home with family after a long battle with cancer on Sept. 7, 2013. Born in Vernal, Utah on Oct. 26, 1931, Mel was the oldest of Truman and Hazel Dieter's four children. During the depression years, his family lived in various locations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Wyoming. He attended high school at Aumsville-Springdale (Gresham) and graduated from Ontario high school in 1949. Immediately following high school, he served the in U.S. Army during the Korean War, stationed in Okinawa. When he returned from the war, he married his first wife, Joyce Ackley in 1952. They were married for 25 years and were blessed with three children, Terrence Dieter, Susan Dieter and Timothy Dieter. He married his second wife, Diana Borkan in 1978 and were married 25 years before she passed from cancer. He married his third wife, Betty Haynie at the Portland Church of Christ of the Latter-day Saints Temple in 2009. Mel enjoyed the outdoors, including big game hunting, salmon fishing, extended RV motor home traveling and spending time with family on summer vacations. He was able to retire early, allowing him to travel for months at a time to Arizona for the winter months in their motor home. In recent years, he spent a great deal of time with his immediate family including grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He especially enjoyed numerous recent visits to the Long Beach, Wash., Peninsula. Mel worked as a millwright for several local industrial manufactures including ESCO, Columbia Steel, Portland Chain and many years with Oregon Steel Mills, from which he retired in 1993. He was an excellent skilled craftsman and loved spending countless hours on woodworking and metal projects at home, including wind chimes and detailed scroll saw projects. He was tireless in his support of others, regularly providing carefully thought out solutions and the unrelenting energy to solve the challenge no matter what may have been required! He is survived by wife, Betty; brother, Truman "Ted"; three children; six grandchildren; and 2.95 great-grandchildren. He will be truly missed by all his family and the countless people he has touched throughout his life! Mel was an active member of the Vancouver LDS Church where he supported numerous mission and non-profit projects. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2223 N.W. 99th St., Vancouver, WA 98665. Remembrances may be made to the American Cancer Society or the LDS Church.

Alice Joyce ACKLEY-53341 and Melvin John DIETER-11750 had the following children:



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