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The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA., September 21, 1972, page 1


            Dean T. Spitznogle, former resident of Glenwood, Washington, passed away at the Veteran Administration Hospital in Roseburg, Oregon on September 17th at the age of 50 years.
            Mrs. Spitznogle was born in Glenwood to Molly and Walter Spitznogle on May 10th, 1922 and had attended school there. He had attended the Boston Technology Institute in Boston and later attended the University of Oregon at Eugene, Oregon. He taught at Chemewa Indian School at Salem, the McClarren School for boys and the Woodburn High School.
            Surviving are two sons, Warren Dean and Mark Osborn Spitznogle of Salem, a sisters, Mrs. Norman Troh of Glenwood, a number of nieces and nephews and other relatives.
            Mr. Spitznogle had been a resident of Salem for the past 16 years, and was a member of the Eagles Lodge and the Friends Service Committee there.
            Funeral services will be held in the Glenwood Baptist Church with Rev. Glen Balch officiating, assisted by Mrs. Ross Miles of Salem. Interment will be at Mt. Adams Cemetery in Glenwood.


The Oregon Statesman, Salem, OR., September 19, 1972 section 2, page 19

            Dean T. Spitznogle, 50, 1880 Center St. NE, died Sunday in a Roseburg hospital following a heart attack.
            He had lived in Salem for 16 years, coming from Washington, where he was born. For the last three years he taught vocational education at Woodburn High School. He had previously taught at Chemawa Indian School and MacLaren School for Boys. He was a member of Friends service committee and Eagles Lodge.
            Surviving are sons Mark and Warren, both of Salem, and a sister, Anna Troh, Glenwood, Wash.
            The body was taken to Gardner mortuary, White Salmon, Wash.