Washington Digital Archives has an image of Howard and Edythe's marriage certificate go to www.digitalarchives.wa.gov search for Howard Eade
They were married 29 August 1922 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Howard Robert Eade Edythe Carolyne Bandy Both were residents of Multnomah County, Oregon at the time of their marriage
Howard's Obituary: The Oregonian, Thursday, 9 July 1981, page 21 Howard R. Eade Howard R. Eade, a retired engineer for Swift & Co., died of cancer in his Tigard home Thursday, July 2, at the age of 70.
A memorial service was held Monday. The body was cremated.
Mr. Eade was born in Portland and graduated from Oregon State University in 1934. He retired in 1976 from Swift, where he had worked for 39 years. Mr. Eade returned to Oregon from Texas four years ago.
He is survived by his wife, Edith; one daughter, Sharon Johnson of King George, Va.; a son, Curtis of Houston; his mother Joanne Eade of Camas, Wash.; a brother, Grant of Federal Way, Wash.; and one grandchild.
The family suggests rememberances be contributions to the American Cancer Society.
EDITH C. EADE: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - February 7, 1991 Deceased Name: EDITH C. EADE A memorial service for Edith C. Eade will be at 11 a.m. Friday in the chapel of Young's Funeral Home in Tigard. Private interment will be in Crescent Grove Cemetery.
Mrs. Eade died of circulatory problems Sunday in her Tigard home. She was 83.
She was born March 16, 1907, in Lincoln, Iowa. Her maiden name was Bandy. She moved to Grants Pass in 1922, and attended Oregon Agricultural College, now OSU. She married Howard R. Eade on Aug. 29, 1942.
Mrs. Eade was a homemaker. She moved to Portland as a young woman, and later lived in Boise, Atlanta and in Texas before moving to the Aloha area in 1976. Her husband died in 1981.
Survivors include her son, Curtis of Atlanta; daughter, Sharon Johnson of King George, Va.; sisters, Ferne Wagner of Nampa, Idaho, and Thelma Moisio of Warrenton; brother, John Bandy of Florence; and one grandson.
The family suggests remembrances be contributions to the St. Vincent Hospital and Medical Center Foundation.