Vivian Ruby Trezona, 81, Enterprise, died Sept. 1, 2002, at Wallowa Valley Care Center. She was born in 1919 to Charles & Ethal Skaggs, attended Pratt School on Alder Slope and graduated from Enterprise High School in 1937.

Vivian married Wayne Nedrow in 1937 and they homesteaded together on Courtney Creek in 1939. After her husband's death in 1967, she moved into town in 1968 to care for her mother. She was married to Robert Trezona from 1971 to 1985 until he passed away.

Mrs. Trezona kept busy with several different jobs, including working at the Circle T Cafe, Toma's Restaurant and for Boise Cascade as a weigh master. Always happy to do things for others, Vivian was a big supporter of FFA and 4H, spent may hours making wedding cakes, cooking for family and friends and taking care of others. She had a great sense of humor and had many great stories to tell and will be remembered for her love, kindness and generosity.

Vivian is survived by her sister, Bobbie Couch of Wallowa; stepson Robert Trezona of Montana, grandchildren Klista Steinbeck and Justin Nedrow of Joseph and Laina Nedrow of Joseph, and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husbands Wayne Nedrow and Robert Trezona; infant daughter Delta Rae Nedrow; and son Roger Nedrow.

Graveside services will take place Sept. 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the Enterprise Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Enterprise Education Foundation care of the Bollman Funeral Home.

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