The CIRI Board of Directors and staff extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the following shareholders who have passed away:
Lorraine F. Anselm, 53
Lorraine F. Anselm of Anchorage, Alaska died November 23, 1998 at home. Mrs. Anselm was born March 27, 1945 in Nondalton, Alaska. She is survived by her daughter Barbara Evan, son Roger Balluta, grandson Guy Todd II, aunt Dolly Hobson and many other relatives.
Jack Dietz, Jr., 74
Jack Dietz, Jr. of Barnhart, Texas died November 8, 1998 in a local hospital. Mr. Dietz was born May 10, 1924 in Homer, Alaska. He is survived by his wife Leta Dietz; sons Robert, Dan, Edward and Kevin Dietz; brothers Ray, Allen and Bud Dietz; sister Natalie Gepner; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
George Ondola, Jr., 37
George Ondola, Jr. of Anchorage, Alaska died October 20, 1998. Mr. Ondola was born November 26, 1960 in Palmer, Alaska. He is survived by his parents Susie and George Ondola Sr.; sisters Marie Ondola-Miller, Marlene and Marianne Ondola; brother and sister-in-law Walter and Janet Ondola; son Jeremy; nephews Chris, Shawn, Darrell, Leonty, Johnny, John, Bryan, Eric and Brandon; nieces Deseree, Carolyn, Edith, Lisa and Aurora; great-nieces Kayla and Salena; uncles Roy, Jerry and Carl Ondola, George Stem, Freddy Yakasoff, Gilbert Rosenberg, Leland Cook, Bill Churchill and Gilbert Gutierrez; aunts Marie Rosenberg, Sophie Gutierrez, Dorothy Cook, Gena Ondola, Sally, Ann Stem, Agnes Brookley and Jeannie Reekie; and numerous cousins in Alaska and the Lower 48.
Agnes C. Schnerer, 65
Agnes C. Schnerer of McMinnville, Oregon died November 6, 1998 at home. Mrs. Schnerer was born October 18, 1933 in Piamute, Alaska. She is survived by her husband Richard D. Schnerer.
Walter R. Agibinik, 49
Muriel Brady, 63
Timothy B. Dennehy, 92
Nellie Heckman, 45
Helen E. Hughes, 62
Larry M. Oskolkoff, 78
Elsie A. Shane, 71
Lorene Spencer, 45
Cocoa Beach, FL
Michael F. Terry, 43
First Tyonek Woman to Join Military
CIRI shareholders Samuel Peter Sr. and Donita Peter announce the successful recruitment of their daughter, Sarah Ann Peter, into the United States Air Force. Sarah shipped out to boot camp at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas in February. Sarah is the first Tyonek, Alaska woman to join a military branch. She plans to study administration and law enforcement while in the Air Force with hopes of becoming a future FBI agent.