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Helen M. Johnson

A memorial service — for Helen Maude Johnson will be at — p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 at — the First Presbyterian Church, Ashland. Mrs. Johnson, 87, of Ashland, — died Saturday, Aug. 7, 2004 at home.

She was born in Grey Township, Huron — County, Ontario Canada. She was the daughter of the late David H. Campbell — and the former Maude Coughlin. She was a Registered Nurse and served in — the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corp from 1944- 1946.

After World War II she moved to the — United States and married her late husband Arthur Best Johnson, March — 2, 1957.

They were active members of the First — Presbyterian Church and enjoyed traveling, skiing, and bridge club until — Art&

39;s death in 1993. Helen continued serving the community through — her work with the Tudor Guild and Meals on Wheels.

She is survived by her brother, Donald — Campbell of Kelowna, BC.

She will be greatly missed for her — gentleness, quick wit, and compassion.

Arrangements: Litwiller-Simonsen — Funeral Home, Ashland.

John Edward Homer

John Edward Homer, the only — son of Gene and Shirley Homer, passed away Saturday, September 18, 2004. —

He left behind his beautiful wife — Melinda Susan; his sisters Pamela Oseles-Mast, Jeanne Homer, and Sandy — Homer; his niece Jessica Oseles; as well as his beloved dog Cori.

John was brought into this world — on June 7, 1981, and he brought with him the gift of unconditional love — and set an example to us all of what it is to have real courage.

John's passion in life was motorcycles — and almost anything he could go fast on. He had plans of attending the — Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Phoenix, AZ beginning in January to — pursue a career where he could live his passion.

His smile is forever embedded in — the hearts of all his family and friends, and his love and spirit will — be carried on through us all.

Thanks you for being such a beautiful — part of our lives John, we miss you more than anything.

MEMORIAL SERVICE IN MEMORY OF HELEN — M. JOHNSON

Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 — 1PM. First Presbyterian Church of Ashland. Siskiyou and Walker.