Douglas Lynn Mallory of Troy died Oct. 20, 2007, near Troy of a heart attack. He was 64.

Mr. Mallory was born Aug. 7, 1943, in Clarkston, Wash., to Willard and Iris Fordice Mallory. He was raised on a ranch near Troy and attended grade school at Troy. He graduated from Anatone High School in 1961 in Anatone, Wash. and from Blue Mountain Community College in 1963.

In 1963, he married Jean Wittmeyer in Pendleton, where they resided until moving to the ranch at Troy in 1971. They had four children and two grandchildren.

Mr. Mallory enjoyed elk and deer hunting with special friends and serving on both the Troy School Board and the Educational Service District board for many years.

He is survived by his wife Jean; son Douglas, Jr. and his partner Christen of Santa Clara, Calif.; son Robert and wife Daphney and grandchildren Sabya and Samuel of Anchorage, Alaska; daughter Marci of Long Beach, Calif.; mother Iris; brother Donovan; sisters Billie Havens, Nancy Sangster and Ann Sangster.

Mr. Mallory was preceded in death by his son Willy and his father Willard.

Funeral services will be held at the Enterprise Christian Church at 1 p.m. on Oct. 26. Burial services will be held Oct. 27 at 11 a.m. at the Union Bartlett Cemetery at Grouse Flat, north of Troy near the Washington border.

Memorial donations may be made in his name to the Wallowa County Search and Rescue in care of the W.C. Sheriff's Office, 104 W. Greenwood, Suite A, Enterprise, OR 97828 or to a charity of one's choice.

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