Alice Louise (Steffgen) Fiegenbaum
1923 — 1982
Memorial services for Alice Louise Fiegenbaum, 58, 2533 Wheeler St., who died Monday at Albany General Hospital, will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the AAsum Funeral Home. The Rev. Dennis O'Donovan will officiate and cremation will be at City View Crematorium in Salem.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
She was born Sept. 22, 1923, at Geneva, Neb., where she received her education.
She moved to Albany in 1941 and was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. A telephone operator, Mrs. Fiegenbaum worked at Camp Adair and the 20 years for Pacific Northwest Telephone Company.
She married William E. Fiegenbaum on Nov. 15, 1943, in Medford. He survives.
Other survivors include five sons, W. Edward of Eugene, Martin and John, both of Albany, and Michael and Patrick, both of Portland; one daughter, Susan Salveson, Tucson, Ariz.; three brothers, Michael Steffgen, Salem, Paul Steffgen, Arkansas, and Lawrence Steffgen, Eagle Lake, Calif.; and two grandchildren.
Source: Albany Democrat-Herald, of Albany, Linn County, Oregon; 15 February 1982; volume 12, page 11. A photocopy was provided by the Linn Genealogical Society, Albany Oregon.
Alice Fiegenbaum Dies In Oregon
Alice Louise Fiegenbaum, 58, of Albany, Ore., died Monday in Albany General hospital following a lengthy illness.
Born in Geneva, she moved to Oregon in 1941. She worked as a telephone operator at Camp Adair and later worked more than 20 years for Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co. until illness forced her to retire. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church.
Surviving are her husband, William of Albany, Ore.; sons, W. Edward of Eugene, Ore., Michael and Patrick, both of Portland, Ore., and daughter, Susan Salveson of Tuscon, Ariz.; brothers, Michael Steffgen of Salem, Ore., Paul Steffgen, in Arkansas, and Lawrence Steffgen, Eagle Lake, Cal.; and two grandchildren.
Source: The Nebraska Signal, of Geneva, Fillmore County, Nebraska; 25 February 1982. This transcription and citation were provided by Jane Michel.