Barbara Clevenger

Published May 3, 2014 at 12:01AM

May 4, 1934 April 24, 2014

Barbara Clevenger of La Pine, Oregon passed away Thursday. A family memorial will be held Saturday, May 3rd. Barbara was born May 4, 1934, in Omaha, Nebraska, the daughter of Roy and Virginia (Mitchell) Bisnett. She graduated from Mount Shasta High in Redding, California in 1952 and later attended Alaska Business College in Anchorage, Alaska. Barbara married Gerald (Jerry) Clevenger on November 30, 1957 in Sparks, Nevada. Barbara was a secretary for the Department of Energy in Anchorage, Alaska. She worked for Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon and for many years was a loving mom, wife, and homemaker. Barbara loved to cook, enjoyed knitting, crocheting, and spending time with her family and friends. Her friends described her as a very caring and giving lady.

Survivors include her son, Rocky Clevenger and wife, Pam of Oregon; her daughter, Jerri Lamb and husband, Jon of Texas; her daughter, Trina Bishop and husband, Bruce of Alaska; Tom Rogers of Oregon, daughter-in-law, Sigrid Davis of Oregon; her four brothers, Roy Bisnett of Florida, Vollie, Clyde and Richie Bisnett of California; 11 grandchildren, Angel, Rocky, Sean, Neil, Nick, Todd, Ryan, Hollie, Josh, Dale and Dalyn, and 19 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 43 years, Jerry Clevenger, her son, Guy Clevenger, and parents, Roy and Virginia Bisnett.

The family would like to thank Barbaras special neighbors of Little Deschutes Lodge II, the loving staff of Prairie House in La Pine, Oregon for the loving care of our Mom, Sister, and Nana. The family would also like to thank Mary, Chaplain Scott, Pam & Cindy of St. Charles Hospice and Diane, Diana, and Chaplain Sue of Heart n Home Hospice of La Pine for the loving care they gave her and her family. Barbara will be greatly missed by many.

Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Charles Hospice or Heart n Home Hospice.

Barbara Clevenger