Published in The Goldendale Sentinel - August 6, 1964 pg 5
(Copied from original newspaper by Researcher E. Rowley)

Mrs. Linnie F. Mulligan

"Mrs. Linnie F. Mulligan was born February 14, 1882 in Auburn, W. Va. At the age of five she moved with her parents to Centerville where her father, William B. Hayden, became engaged in the mercantile business.

She was married to Edward A. Mulligan June 21, 1904. To this union two girls were born.

Besides working in her father’s store, she also had the telephone office in Centerville. She served as postmaster there for 30 years. She was a member of Neighbor’s of Woodcraft lodge.

When she retired in 1945 she moved to North Bonneville, where she was affectionately known as “Grandma” Mulligan. She made her home there until her death on August 2, 1964.

She is survived by her two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Faye) Lauterbach of North Bonneville, and Mrs. Charles E (Iona M.) Brown of White Salmon; two grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. August 5 at North Bonneville with graveside services at 3 p.m. at Centerville."

Published in The Goldendale Sentinel - August 13, 1964, p.3
(Copied from original newspaper by Researcher E. Rowley)

Linnie Hayden Mulligan

"Linnie Hayden Mulligan was born in Auburn, W. V., February 14, 1882. She passed away in Portland, Ore., August 2. She came to Centerville with her parents, William B. Hayden and Marium Hayden in 1887.

For 30 years Mrs. Mulligan was postmaster in Centerville. She retired in 1945 and soon after that she went to live in North Bonneville.

She was a 50 year member of Centerville Neighbors of Woodcraft, and exemplified its tenets in all her relations with fellow members.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Faye Lauterbach, North Bonneville, and Mrs. Iona Brown, White Salmon, and by two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Her home was always open to friends and neighbors who will remember her for her ready helpfulness and her constant cheerfulness in all circumstances. For years she boarded teachers in her home, many of whom have cherished her friendship through the years.

Burial was in the cemetery at Centerville, August 5, with Rev. W. N. Byars officiating at the service.

Casket bearers were Carl Ehlen, Grover Goble, James Fuller, William O’Connor, Norman Senter and Alvin Randall.

Honorary bears were James Jaekel, Ray Sanders, Zenas Mattson, Joe Storagee, Clarence Boyle and Verne Johnson."

obituary for Linne Mulligan