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Jeannine Altermatt

May 31, 1933 - February 12, 2018

Jeannine Altermatt, a longtime resident of Keizer, Oregon passed away Monday, February 12th. She was born on May 31, 1933, the daughter of Sam and Maggie McCutchen. Jeannine spent her career working in food processing plants in the Salem area where she retired in 1990.
Jeannine was married to Donald R. Altermatt who passed away in 2003.  They shared almost 50 years together working, raising their children, traveling, camping, fishing, puzzles, crosswords   and gardening.   She loved arts and crafts and was an accomplished knitter, loved to crochet, quilt, and watch birds and other backyard wildlife.  She loved her family and friends and would spend time with them whenever she had the chance.
She is survived by her brother Bob, sister Winona, sons, Gerry Altermatt (Patty) and Don Altermatt (Natalie), daughters Susan Culbertson and Wendy Altermatt, grandchildren, Matthew (Cat), Doug (Melissa), Catherine, Sasia (Ben), Amanda, Bradley, Heather, Brandon, Michael, Jessica, Jacob and great grandchildren, Rowan, Doug Jr., Tiffany, Keegen, Brian, Seth, Samuel, Charlie, Ella, and Cheyenne.  She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Donald R. Altermatt, parents Samuel and Maggie McCutchen, Daughters Victoria Johnson and Pamella  Altermatt. 

Funeral Services will be on Friday, February 16th at 10:30 AM, viewing 9:30AM – 10:30AM, at the Virgil T. Golden Funeral Home. Interment will be in Belcrest Memorial Park. Graveside services start at approximately 1:30.


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Sending our love, hugs and prayers to all of our cousins. Our mom,Kathern Lucille Shields Williamson, sure loved her "baby sister" Jeanine. With our deepest sympathy, Debbie, Chuck and Jody Williamson and families.

Sending much love and prayers of love to the family. What a sweet women she was when you met her. Love you all.  

Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. 
With love and heartfelt sympathies,
Jean Carlton, Debbie Brooks, Tammy Spencer, and families