Marcella Camp, a long-time Ashland resident, — passed away February 4, 2005 in Portland where she had been receiving — care for the last year.
Born in 1908 in Vallejo, California, Marcella lived through — a time of amazing change. In 1930 she and William Camp, her late husband, — married in Reno, Nevada. Together they lived the itinerant life as Bill — served in the U.S. Navy for 25 years and the Department of Veterans Affairs — for 19 years. Until coming to a rest in Ashland in 1966, Marcella had — lived in over dozen cities and towns including Shanghai and Manilla.
Ashland in 1966 was Marcella&
39;s dream town, an affordable — place in the state she most admired, populated by long-time residents — supported by local merchants. She became a volunteer in her community — and made the closest and dearest friends of her life. She lived in the — small home she and Bill built until last year when she chose to relocate — to Portland for her continued care.
Marcella is survived by her son John of Portland, four — grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She will be interred in the — Eagle Point National Cemetery with Bill. There will be no funeral services.
Eddie Courant, age 28, of Ashland, died Wednesday, — Feb. 2, 2005 at a Medford residence. A memorial service will be held Saturday, — Feb. 12, at — p.m. at the Ashland Christian Fellowship. Arrangements: — Rogue Valley Funeral Alternatives, Medford.
George J. Oehrlein
George J. Oehrlein, 69, of Ashland, died Monday — at home. Arrangements by Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home, — Ashland. Class=1001