LONG BEACH - Cletice "Sandy" Zoren-Tetrault, 73, a resident of Ocean Park the past 20 years, died Nov. 26, 2004, in Long Beach following a courageous struggle with cancer. The daughter of Hurbert and Sarak (Caswell) Lantz, she was born Oct. 15, 1931, in Lockwood, Miss. Shortly thereafter, the family moved to the Portland area, where she resided for the next 53 years. There she met and married Eugene E. Zoren on Aug. 20, 1950. Her husband preceded her in death in 1980.

On June 9, 1984, she married longtime family friend Gilbert Tetrault at a ceremony in Vancouver. The family had a vacation home here on the peninsula for many years, and the couple moved here permanently in 1984.

Mrs. Zoren-Tetrault was a member of the Ocean Park Moose Lodge and Eagles Lodge. She had a love of painting, craft projects and gardening and enjoyed the occasional casino trips they made. She had a special fondness for her children and grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband Gilbert at the family home; her daughters Jackie Shadduck of Portland and Penny Baldwin of Vancouver; sons Timothy Zoren of Portland and James Zoren of Warren. In addition there are nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A grandson, Corey Shadduck preceded her in death.

A funeral service is planned for Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 10 a.m., at the Skyline Memorial Gardens Chapel in Portland with entombment following. Those wishing may make memorial donations to the charity of their choice. Arrangements entrusted to Penttila's Chapel by The Sea, Long Beach.

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