|Paulette (Bodenhamer) Thrall|
|April 30, 2000 12:00 am|
Paulette (Bodenhamer) Thrall, 53, Redding, Calif., died April 26, 2000.
She was born May 20, 1946, to Paul and Shirley Bodenhamer in Lakeview.
She lived in Brookings until the age of 17 when she married Denny Towne.
She moved to Roseburg in 1964 to be with her parents while her husband was sent to Thailand during the Vietnam War.
She married Dennis Thrall in 1983. Both were employed by the U.S. Forest Service and lived in Olalla and Toketee for many years before being transferred to Hoonah, Alaska.
In 1996, they moved to Redding where she was a computer specialist working at the Trinity National Forest Ranger Station.
Survivors are husband Dennis Thrall, Redding; daughter Julie (Towne) Denton, Seattle, Wash.; grandsons Brice, Bronson and Brolin, all of Seattle; parents Paul and Shirley Bodenhamer, Roseburg; sisters Cheryl Bodenhamer, San Antonio, Texas; Evelyn Mathiew, Suisun City, Calif.; Janice Smoot, Medford; brother Paul Bodenhamer, Roseburg.
Services are scheduled for May 1 at 11 a.m. at the First Conservative Baptist Church in Roseburg.