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From: Robyn Greenlund <>
Subject: Re: [ORCOOS] Ola PAULSON & Leona KOFF - help needed to locateobituaries
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 09:19:00 -0800 (PST)
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Both of these obituaries could be in either the Coos bay newspapers, but more likely this would haev been in the Bandon Western World. If you contact the Bandon Historical Society, they have an extensive collection of obituaries from the Western World, and may have these available. If you are not able to find these, please contact a volunteer with RAOGK.org as one of us would be happy to help.
FYI - Four-mile is located just south of Bandon.

From: Sarah Torline <>
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 8:58 AM
Subject: [ORCOOS] Ola PAULSON & Leona KOFF - help needed to locate obituaries

Hello All!

I posted the following message to the Obituary Lookup Rootsweb mailing list,
but I didn't have any luck. I'm hoping that perhaps there is someone here who
could help me.

I'd like to request 2
obituary lookups, if at all possible.

The first is for Ola Paulson. According to the Oregon Death Index and the
Social Security Death Index, Ola died on Oct 02, 1980 in Bandon, Coos County, OR.
Ola was the widow of Stanley Paulson.

The second obituary is for Leona Koff. I have not been able to locate Leona in
the Social Security Death Index, but according to the Oregon Death Index, she
died on Nov 04, 1962 in Coos County,
OR. At one point in time, I
showed her to be living in Four Mile (I can't find it on any maps, so I'm not
sure where that was). Leona was the widow of Sol Koff.

If there is any other information I can provide, please let me know. Thank you
so much for your time and help!

~ Sarah Torline


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