Eternal Hills Bankruptcy Trustee Declares the Estate Has Assets

 Eternal Hills File Photo (Brian Gailey)

Eternal Hills File Photo (Brian Gailey)

Klamath Falls News received an email today from the Klamath County District Attorney, Eve Costello regarding Eternal Hills and their impending bankruptcy.  The email reads:

Dear Community Members,

For those who have potential claims for plots and/or other services with Eternal Hills, you should know that the trustee declared that the bankruptcy estate has assets and that creditors who believe that they have a claim should file proof of that claim.   We have been notified by the Oregon Mortuary & Cemetery Board (OMCB) of the following process:

1.       “You must file your claim with the bankruptcy court and this claim must be received in Eugene, Oregon by March 5, 2018.”

2.      The notice from the trustee is attached to this press release.  It provides information on how to file a proof of claim on line.

If you have questions about what you purchased, you should call the OMCB, which has what it believes to be all of the paper records of Eternal Hills. Brenda Biggs is the contact person there, her direct line is 971-673-1505.  As always, if you have questions you should seek the advise of legal counsel.

Eve Costello
Klamath County District Attorney


OFT (12/1/16) UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
District of Oregon

U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF OREGON

F I L E D
December 5, 2017
Clerk, U.S. Bankruptcy Court

BY DEPUTY
In re ))))))))
Case No. 17−62784−tmr7

ORDER AND NOTICE OF TIME TO FILE CLAIMS

Eternal Hills Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, Inc.
Other names used by debtor: Eternal Hills, Eternal Hills Crematory, Eternal Hills Memorial Gardens, Eternal Hills Funeral Home

Debtor(s)
The trustee anticipates receiving funds which may be sufficient to pay a dividend to creditors, therefore,

IT IS ORDERED AND NOTICE IS GIVEN that:

1. The deadline to file a Proof of Claim is 3/5/18 for all creditors, except for governmental units for which a later deadline may apply; see Fed. Rule Bankr. Proc. 3002(c)(1). Your claim must be received by the bankruptcy clerk's office by this deadline.

2. Any surplus of funds remaining after payment of filed claims will be returned to the debtor(s).

Clerk, U.S. Bankruptcy Court

TO FILE A CLAIM:

(a) File a proof of claim at www.orb.uscourts.gov. Select Proof of Claim (ePOC) and follow the steps to create and electronically file a proof of claim on the required form. No login/password is required.

(b) If you have already filed a claim in this case, do not file it again.

(c) If you do not have internet access, please call the court at 503−326−1500 or 541−431−4000 to request a claim form.

NOTICE IS GIVEN that, pursuant to LBR 2016−1(i)(1), the trustee may incur and pay from estate funds, or reimburse the trustee from estate funds, up to $1,000 in the aggregate for the following actual and necessary expenses to preserve or protect the estate: bond premiums, bank fees, court fees, UCC search fees, property−title search fees, and locksmith or security charges. An interested party may object within 21 days after the date in the "FILED" stamp above by filing a written objection, setting forth the specific grounds for the objection, with the Clerk of Court and serving a copy of the objection upon the trustee. If the 5−digit portion of the Case No. begins with "3" or "4", mail the objection to: 1001 SW 5th Ave., #700, Portland, OR 97204. If the 5−digit portion of the Case No. begins with "6" or "7", mail the objection to : 405

E. 8th Ave., #2600, Eugene, OR 97401. Service may be made upon the trustee at: Candace Amborn, POB 580, Medford OR, 97501−0214.

Case 17-62784-tmr7 Doc 15 Filed 12/05/17

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