Ordering through the funeral home helps ensure your order will be placed through a local flower shop with whom the funeral home has a personal and trusting relationship with. Through this service, you will be able to leave a longer message of support to the family via a card with the picture of your selection that will be included with your thoughtful gesture. As well as a photo of your arrangement and message will remain in perpetuity within this memorial website. This service also includes “Smart Select” whereby the store notifies you if your floral selection has already been selected by another sender, allowing you the opportunity to choose a different arrangement if you wish.
The price of these selections also include the funeral home caring for the flowers after the funeral and delivering them to the family, or various care facilities where they can be rearranged and enjoyed by others for a longer period.
The solitude and quiet peace of a flickering candle has long been a symbol of remembrance. Each candle lit will remain lit within this memorial website for the period you select. Your thoughtful gesture will be captured both in the candle as well as listed in perpetuity within the tributes section.
In today’s changing world with climate change and environment concerns, “Honoring a Life” allows for family and friends to plant a memorial tree in honor of their loved one and friend. The purchase of a tree creates a beautiful permanent record on the Honoring a Life website, www.honoringalife.org. Each tree is planted through the efforts of Forestry Services throughout North America who determine where the greatest needs for reforestation are. Once planted, the geographical location where the tree is planted will be added to the record. A beautiful card is also sent to the family signifying your thoughtful gesture.
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We are proud to provide this service allowing friends and family to donate to any registered charity throughout North America. You will receive an official tax receipt immediately via email and your thoughtful gesture will remain on this memorial website in perpetuity.
The time surrounding a death can often bring unexpected final expenses for the family far beyond the funeral itself. We are pleased to offer the ability for friends and relatives to financially support the family during their time of loss as an alternative to flowers and other sympathy gestures.
This memorial currently does not have financial support enabled.
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Harry Hisashi Inukai, 87, passed away at his Hood River home on Saturday, August 29th, 2009 with family by his side. Harry was born March 5, 1922 in Dee, Oregon to Kazuo and Ishino (Ikegami) Inukai and grew up in Dee. Harry graduated from Hood River High School in 1940. At the start of World War II, he and his family were transferred to the Tule Lake Internment Camp. From there he enlisted in the United States Army. He was placed in the European Theater to serve in the 522 Field Artillery Battalion of the 442 Infantry; Headquarters Division. This Battalion being one of the first to discover and liberate the Dachau Concentration Camp in April of 1945. Shortly after the war, he remained in Germany as an Army of Occupation and helped prepare for the Nuremburg Trials. In 1967, he married Shirley Ann Gretz and raised two daughters, Laura Ann and Arlene Kay. He was a member of the JACL (Japanese American Citizens League) and the local Hood River Veterans of Foreign Wars. His hobbies included bowling, collecting items for resale, and he researched, wrote and published the Tule Lake Directory and Camp News in 1988. Harry was an orchardist throughout his life and it was one of his last wishes to allow his fellow orchardists to finish harvest and hold a memorial following the harvest season. Private graveside rites will be held at Idlewilde Cemetery at a later date. In addition to his parents, Harry was preceded in death by siblings Fumiko Wakamatsu, Tom Inukai, Kaoru Inukai, and granddaughter Hanna Franklin. Harry is survived by Shirley Ann Gretz at their home in Hood River, Oregon; two daughters, Laura Inukai (& Mathew Kieran Dulin) of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Arlene Inukai (& Tod Franklin) of Toledo, Oregon; granddaughter Leah Franklin; sisters Ruth (& Kennie) Namba and T.A. Yamasaki of Portland, Oregon. Donations in memory of Harry Inukai can be made to Hospice of the Gorge and sent care of Anderson’s. Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson's Tribute Center (Funerals . Receptions . Cremations) 1401 Belmont Avenue, Hood River, OR 97031.
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