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Lloyd Eugene DeLand, 88, of Rogue River, Oregon, formerly of Murray, Utah died Monday, August 7, 1995 of natural causes at Providence Hospital, Medford, Oregon.

Born July 22, 1907, in Magna, Utah, son of Royal B. and Ruby Worthen DeLand. Married Vera Ferguson, November 1934. Divorced after 50 years. Married Edith Theakson, August 1985.Survivors: wife, Edith; brothers, Royal and George, Rogue River, Oregon; stepson, Harry Theakson, Santa Ana, Calif. Local residents, Gae Lyn DeLand, niece; Loni, Gary, and Richard DeLand, Eugene, Richard and Donald Penman, nephews; Wilma DeLand, sister-in-law; and a number of nieces and nephews residing throughout the western states.

Shine was preceded in death by seven other brothers and sisters including Walt DeLand, former U of U Head Athletic Trainer.

Shine was Murray City Chief of Police for 19 years, retiring in 1966. He served three years as a Salt Lake County Deputy Sheriff. As chief, Shine received national acclaim for his crime prevention program with youth. His creation, the Boys and Girls Club was used as a national model by the National Peace Officers Assoc. In his youth Shine was a star basketball and baseball player and coach.

He was a Shriner and 32nd degree Mason, a member of the National, Utah and Northwest Peace Officers Association, the Fraternal Order of Eagles (Murray), and the Rogue River Multi-Service and Senior Center.

Cremation and private memorial services were conducted in Rogue River. Donations may be made to the Multi-Service Center Foundation Fund, 132 Broadway, Rogue River, Oregon, 97537.

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