This page follows the family of Lynne Prindle Updegrove, wife of David Updegrove.
Harold Franklin Prindle
1/24/1911 - 10/9/1995
Father of Lynne
Audrey Maurine Shirley
10/16/1909 - 12/4/2007
Mother of Lynne
Harold Franklin Prindle
Harold F. Prindle, 84, of Salem, Ore., died Monday, Oct. 9, 1995 in Salem. Graveside services will be held Thursday, Oct. 12, 1995 at 2:00 pm at the Oaklawn Cemetery, Corvallis, Ore.
Mr. Prindle was born in Fossil, Ore., on Jan. 24, 1911. He attended and played football at Oregon State University, graduating in 1939. He then served as a captain in the U.S. Army during World War II, and was discharged in 1946. He was employed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Crop and Livestock reporting service, retiring in 1977. In 1979 he moved to Salemtowne from Boise, Idaho. He enjoyed all sports, particularly golf, and music.
His survivors include his wife Audry M. Prindle of Salem, Ore; a daughter and son-in-law, Lynne and David Updegrove, of Round Hill, VA; son and daughter-in-law, Barry F and Becky Prindle, and son and daughter-in-law, Brian E. And Sharon Prindle, all of Boise, Idaho; five grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Audry Shirley Prindle
Audry was born Audry Maurine Shirley, in Burlington, Kan., to Harry E. Shirley and Ruth Berry. She was the second daughter in a family of four girls.
In the fourth grade, Audry became interested in music and made it a lifetime passion. Her family moved to Corvallis at the beginning of her high-school years. Throughout her school years, she sang as the lead in high school operettas and as alto lead in a quartet her junior and senior years. She attended Oregon State University and the University of Washington, from which she earned her master's degree in music education. She taught music and became supervisor of grade-school music in Corvallis. She married her high school sweetheart, Harold Prindle, in 1937.
During the 1930s and '40s she sang with groups that were broadcast on the radio and to the troops. She was the paid alto soloist for New York Avenue Presbyterian Church when Peter Marshall was the pastor and had an outstanding career in music with both paid and non-paid positions. After World War II, they were transferred to St. Paul, Minn., by the Department of Agriculture. They lived there for eight years and their three children were born there. Lynne was born in 1951 and the twins, Barry and Brian, in 1955. The family was transferred by the Department of Agriculture and moved several times from Minnesota to Oregon, Virginia and Idaho.
Audry and Harold settled in a retirement community in Salem in 1978 and lived there for close to 20 years. She enjoyed golfing, singing in choral groups and driving to the Oregon coast on Sunday afternoons. After 58 years together, Harold died in 1995. Audry moved to Alterra in Boise in 1998 to be near Brian, Barry and their families.
Audry leaves behind her sister, Eileen Price; three children, Lynne and husband Dave, Barry and wife Becky, and Brian and wife Sharon; five grandchildren, Dana Reider and husband Robbie, Kindra Keene and husband Mike, Nikki Prindle, Jason Prindle and Christopher Prindle and wife Kiah; and five great grandchildren, Olson, Avery, Julian, Ryker and Aila.
Harry Edward Shirley
5/1/1885 - 6/29/1974
Father of Audry Shirley Prindle
Maternal Grandfather of Lynne
Harry Edward Shirley with Lynne Prindle Updegrove
Lynne Prindle Updegrove with her twin brothers Barry & Brian
Lynne Prindle Updegrove with her dad and his sister Vera
Front Row: Roger Berry, Maude Berry, Audry Shirley Prindle
Back Row: Barry, Lynne, Brian
Roger was Audry’s mother’s twin brother