From The Oregonian, Wednesday, December 20, 1972. Ima Schram was a daughter of Patrick R. Hogan, a son of Patrick and Johannah's son John and his wife Bridget:

Ima M. Schram

Ima M. Schram, prominent in golfing and civic affairs in Portland for 50 years, died of a stroke Monday in a local hospital. She was 86.

She was the widow of Carl A. Schram, a partner of the Parker-Schram Construction Co., builder of the first pontoon bridge in Seattle and the Columbia River Highway at water level.

Mrs. Schram was born April 29, 1886, in Superior, Wis. She lived in Aberdeen, Wash., and Powell River, B.C., before coming to Portland. Her home was at 2323 SW Park Place. She was an associate member of Waverley Country Club and St. Mary's Cathedral parish.

Survivors include three sons, Robert A., West Linn, James E. and C. Patrick, both of Portland; brother, Giles J. Hogan, Hoquiam, Wash.; sisters, Mildred A. Phillips, Danby, Vt. and Jeannette Altman, San Jose, Calif. There are seven grandchildren.

Recitation of the Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Hennessey Goetsch & McGee funeral home. Mass will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Cathedral. Private commitment will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

The family suggests remembrances be made to favorite charities or to the Oregon Kidney Association.