IN MEMORIAM


| June/July 1992


ORA NELSON MOORE of Rivesville, West Virginia passed away on January 16, 1992. He was born in Doddridge County, West Virginia May 23, 1917. He is survived by his second wife, Mary Michael Moore, and three daughters.

Mr. Moore was retired from the Monongahela Power Company, Rivesville Station. He was a member of the North Central W. Va. Antique Power Assn., and West Virginia Oil & Gas Engine Club.

His presence will be sorely missed by everyone who knew himĀ  Submitted by Oscar Bud Kelley, 16 Prospect Street, Salem, West Virginia 26426.

QUENTIN EUGENE JENSEN, 72, of Pittsburg, Kansas died February 8, 1992 at the St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Wichita.

To a stranger's eyes he was just an average man, courteous and rather quiet. But, in my heart, and the hearts of two little boys who called him 'Grandpa Mac' and the hearts of all who knew him, he was a giant! He was always there with a helping hand when someone was in need, and fun-loving with his friends when work was finished. To him, a good show display meant keeping those engines running, explaining their operation and the way they were used in the days when agriculture and industry depended upon them. He was there for the kids, too, with his corn sheller and grinders, letting them do the actual operation.

He was born December 12,1919, in West Jordan, Utah, to George M. and Edna Bringhurst Jensen, and attended schools in Utah. Jensen was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army Signal Corps on radar installation in Iceland until his discharge in 1945. He was employed as a switchman for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company from 1945 until he retired in 1981. He married Lorene Wallace in 1944 and she preceded him in death in 1981.