June 16, 2018 • Newberg Friends Church
Prelude – Rachel VandenHoek
Beth’s Life – photos arranged by the Willis family
Welcome and Prayer – Dick Sartwell, pastor
Eulogy – written by H. David Harmon, son
read by Michelle Willis, granddaughter
Worship in Song – Samuel Morse
“I Know Whom I Have Believed” – Hymn #631
Scripture: Psalm 16:8-11; 73:23-26
read by Marilyn Harmon, daughter
Song: “What a Wonderful World” – Puhn family
sung to Bethlin by great-granddaughter Jayda days before her death
Open Sharing
led by Ken VandenHoek, assisted by Michael Harmon, grandson
Song: “How Could We Hold You Here?”
written and sung by Jeanne Leonard

Bethlin Rose Harmon was born to Frank and Yvonne Judd in Portland, Oregon, where she attended school, graduating from Franklin High School. She attended Cascade College for one year, then transferred to George Fox College, graduating in 1952 with a bachelor of arts degree. She taught elementary classes in Sherwood, Sandy, and Milwaukie, Oregon.

ethlin was a devoted mom and pastor’s wife throughout her life. As a teenager, she played the piano in church and continued in college, where she accompanied many singers. She also enjoyed singing in the college choir under the direction of Roy Clark.

ethlin loved to travel and was able to visit all of the fifty states plus more than thirty other countries! She visited missionaries in Bolivia, Peru, China, India, Bangladesh, and Morocco. Israel was her favorite of all the countries she visited, inspired by the land where Jesus lived.

ethlin accepted the Lord as her Savior when she was young and lived a joyful Christian life, eager to share the good news to others. She enjoyed reading the Bible and Christian books. She looked forward to the Lord coming again!

ethlin married Howard on March 3, 1951; they celebrated their love for each other over these past 67 years. She is survived by her husband; sisters Dorothy Haveman and Virginia Hardy; daughter Marilyn Harmon; son, H. David Harmon; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by both parents; brother, Carl Judd; sister Lavelle Steiger; and daughter Judy Harmon.

Memorial gifts may be sent to:

Friendsview Retirement Community

for “Resident Assistance Fund”

1301 Fulton St, Newberg, OR 97132

Jerry Magee memorial service

Celebrating the Life of Jerald “Jerry”Magee
May 11, 2018 • 10 a.m.
Newberg Friends Church
Prelude  —  Dan Cammack (son-in-law)
Welcome and Prayer  — Dick Sartwell, pastor
Congregational Hymn #98: “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”
“Mary Did You Know” 
Dan, Forrest, and Will Cammack (son-in-law and grandsons)
Jerry’s Life 
Forrest and Will Cammack, Kristiane Ransbarger
and Anders Sorestad
Scripture and Thoughts
Open Sharing  — Cindy Johnson
Congregational Hymn #2: “How Great Thou Art”
led by John Johnson
Taps – Veterans of Foreign Wars
Closing Prayer  — Al Sorestad (son-in-law)

Dr. Jerald “Jerry” John Magee was born on February 28, 1927, in Scotts Mills, Oregon, to John William Magee and Edith Kellogg Magee. He passed away on May 6, 2018 in Newberg, Oregon. He graduated from Silverton High School in 1945, George Fox College in 1950 and Oregon Health Sciences University Dental School in 1961. Jerry served in the Army from 1945 to 1946 at the end of WWII. He practiced dentistry in Vancouver, Washington, from 1961 until he retired in 1994.

For 57 years, Jerry was the loving husband of Connie Jarvill Magee, who survives him. He was preceded in death by his sister Barbara Hays and brother Maurice Magee. Jerry is survived by his daughters Tamara Cammack (Dan) and Lisa Sorestad (Allen); brothers Harold, Kenneth, and Warren Magee; grandchildren Forrest Cammack, Rebekah Klatt, William Cammack, Kristiane Ransbarger, and Anders Sorestad; and great-grandchildren Laurel, Ember, and Dane Ransbarger.

Jerry had a great love and awe of God’s creation. His hobbies included spelunking, identifying plants, and fishing, among other outdoor activities. He also had a great interest in Native American artifacts. He was an active member of Newberg Friends Church. He was a member and past secretary and president of the Clark County Dental Society. He was a lifetime member of the American Dental Association.

Jerry’s kind and gentle ways will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Donations in Jerald’s name are welcome and appreciated and may be made to Friendsview Retirement Community for the Resident Assistance Fund, 1301 Fulton St. Newberg, OR 97132.