Candace "Candy" L. Fish

Candy Fish, 66, owner of Candy Fish and Associates Real Estate, passed away Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, at her home in Central Point, Ore., after a courageous battle with cancer. Candy was born in Duluth, Minn., on Aug. 22, 1942, and moved to the Rogue Valley with her husband Terrence "Terry" Jazdzewski and their three sons in 1967.

Candy was a real estate broker, congregant of the Central Point Assembly of God, elected Central Point City Council member, coach for the Timber Products girl's softball team, active Eastern Star member, Boy Scout master, member of the Bear Creek Greenway Foundation, member of the Central Point Planning Commission, and founding member of the Rogue Valley Sweet Adelines.

She enjoyed caring for animals, singing, hunting and fishing. She loved gardening and was well-known for the beautiful roses she tended.

Survivors include her mother, Frieda Hall of Central Point; sons, Stephen Jazdzewski of Eugene, Ore., and Charles Jazdzewski, of Seattle, Wash.; several stepsons and daughters from the Fish and Rayburn families; sister, Patricia Magee; brother, Dennis Hall; and grandchildren, Alec, Devin, Jonathan, Joseph and Rebekah Jazdzewski.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Terrence "Terry" Jazdzewski, son, Terrence "Butch" Jazdzewski, husband, Perry Rayburn, step-son, Vince Rayburn, husband, Buzz Fish, and father, Arthur "Art" Hall.

She will be laid to rest as Candy L. Jazdzewski at Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Medford with her husband, Terrence, and eldest son, Terrence.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Nov. 1, 2008, at the Central Point Assembly of God at 310 North 10th Street.