The Oregon Trail Chapter’s Northeastern Oregon District held a celebration in the Baker City office on Aug. 31. The purpose was to celebrate and thank Roberta Morin for her 45 years of service to the Red Cross.
Morin began as a Jr. Lifesaver when she was 13 years old. She’s been working with the Red Cross ever since. Roberta and her husband, John, have owned a ranch in Hereford for 36 years. Roberta became a CPR Instructor because her father, Elmer Amundson, had a pacemaker. The pacemaker didn’t stop him from coming to Baker County to hike and hunt and fish at Roberta’s place. She decided she’d better become proficient at CPR.
Thank you, Roberta, for all the time, energy and hard work you’ve given us over the decades!