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In Memoriam: Glenna Payzant Martin (Dec. 17, 1936 – March 7, 2022)


Glenna B. Payzant Martin passed away on March 7, 2022. Born in Sydney, Nebraska on Dec. 17, 1936, she moved to Oregon with her parents Leverett and Ethel Payzant and grandparents William and Kate when she was one. 

She attended Molalla High School and graduated in 1954. 

She is survived by her three siblings Wayne, Linda, and Dan; two of her sons, Lee and Delane; her stepdaughter, Renee; two step granddaughters; four grandsons; and five great grandchildren. Her son,  Doug, preceded her in death).

A long time resident of Scotts Mills, Oregon, she spent her life raising cattle and pigs and was very active with 4H programs with her children. 

A private graveside service was held with her family on March 25 at Miller Cemetery.

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