Obituaries: Carla Jean Belisle

Obituaries: Carla Jean Belisle

LONG BEACH - Carla J. Belisle, 46, died peacefully at her Long Beach residence on April 30, 2010. Born in Vancouver on Feb. 24, 1964, she was the daughter of Robert and Violet "Mary" (DeVaney) Loghry. She grew up in Camas, where she attended local schools and graduated from Camas High School.

Having originally met in 1981, she and Jamie Belisle reconnected in 1997 and married July 4, 1998. He survives residing at the family residence.

Mrs. Belisle was employed as a purchasing agent for Clark County while living in Camas. She moved to Long Beach in 1997 and was employed as purchasing agent for Ocean Beach Hospital in Ilwaco.

She loved animals and especially enjoyed caring for her horses. Camping, boating and just being outdoors were also enjoyed. She volunteered at the South Pacific County Humane Society and at the Audubon Society in Portland and she participated in Pacific County Search and Rescue.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her mother, Mary Loghry of Ocean Park; father, Bob Loghry of Washougal; a brother and sister-in-law, Jerry and Diane Loghry of Camas; nieces and nephews, Jason and Grant of Vancouver and Brennan and Maggie of Camas; her uncles, Bob (Jean) DeVaney of Washougal and Leon (Eldene) Loghry of Woodland; a cousin, Lori Maldanaldo of Woodland; her mother-in-law Elanor Belisle of Long Beach; a brother-in-law John (Tami) Belisle of Ocean Park; her sister-in-law Becky (Darrell) Miller of Seaview; and other members of her extended family.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 15, at 1 p.m., at Peninsula Baptist Church, 23802 Pacific Hwy in Ocean Park.

Memorials in her memory may be made to the South Pacific County Humane Society, P.O. Box 101, Long Beach, WA 98631. Her guest book is available at (

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