Constructing Assured & Motivated People CAMP
Constructing Assured & Motivated People CAMP
Janice “Janny” Jane. (Judkins) Brizius, , passed into life eternal on December 6, 2022 at her daughters’ home in Greenfield, Ohio surrounded by loved ones. She was born on March 21, 1935 at her parents’ home on Cave Road near Bainbridge, Ohio. Graduated from Greenfield- E.L. McClain High School in 1953 and attended Ohio University. She married her high school sweetheart, David Boone Brizius (affectionately known as “Boonie”) on July 24,1954. Janny & Boonie were the Founding Directors of CAMP – Constructing Assured and Motivated People, a faith-based camp for youth, in 1956. They were active members of Gahanna Community Church for over 30 years. She was also the co-owner of Magic Waters Theater for approximately 30 years and operated “Christmas At The Cabin” for over 40 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dr. Robert J. and Adina (Head) Judkins, sister Marti Ingle, brothers Robert Judkins and William “Winks” Judkins. She is survived by children: David (Tina) Brizius of Gahanna Ohio, Carol (Gary) Mathews of Hendersonville, North Carolina, Barbara Maust and Becca Wise, both of Greenfield, Ohio, 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
Family and friends will gather on Saturday, January 7, 2023, beginning at 12:00 noon at First Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson Street in Greenfield, OH 45123, with a CAMP-style Vespers at 1:00 pm, celebrating Janny’s life. Wear your CAMP theme shirt.
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In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CAMP PO Box 307371, Gahanna, Ohio 43230.
The Celebration of Life Service can be seen by clicking here:
Eva Helena Walker, age 90 long-time resident of Gahanna, passed away on March 29, 2022 after a short illness. Eva rejoined her beloved husband and best friend, Leroy "Roy" Walker at Heaven's Gate and stopped by the Rainbow Bridge to pick up her sweet Chihuahua, Peaches. Eva retired from Gahanna Jefferson Schools, where she drove a school bus for 26 years. She was a member of the Gahanna Community Congregational Church for over 50 years. She loved summer camp working in the kitchen at Camp Tar Hollow and was a longtime Women's Guild member. She worked years with the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America. After her retirement, Eva went often to her favorite hangout, TGI Friday's in Reynoldsburg, and family knew to join her at 11am, sharp. On Saturdays, Eva was a regular at the Gahanna Grill, cheering on her Buckeyes. When she wasn't enjoying a good meal with great company, Eva enjoyed her time at Buckeye Lake. She could be found with a McDonalds breakfast, a coffee with Three Creams (later, with no sugar), and Peaches sitting beside her. A special thank you to Diana at TGI Friday's for always stopping to chat with Eva. An extra special thank you to Cory Bowser, who was a bright spot in her heart. Last, thank you to the additional family she found at Chestnut Hill Senior Living, whom she loved, and to Capital City Hospice for making her more comfortable in her last days. Eva is preceded in death by her parents Inez Lois and Adam Elmer Armbrust; husband Leroy "Roy" Walker; son Gregory Walker; grandsons Michael Gregory Walker and Eric Christopher Hand, and her 10 siblings. She is survived by her daughter Juliana (Mariann) Parker-Walker, son Lee (Nancy) Walker and daughter Marjorie (Steve) Huffman, Grandchildren Jennifer, Matthew, Victor (Chip), Joseph, Lindsey, Megan, Caitlin, Lauren; and many great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Eva's family will welcome guests on Friday, April 8, from 4pm-6pm at SCHOEDINGER NORTHEAST, 1051 East Johnstown Road, Gahanna, OH 43230, with her Celebration of Life immediately to follow at 6pm, officiated by Robb Tarr and Mike Mahan. Family is requesting masks be worn inside the building. For those attending, please wear your favorite OSU apparel in Eva's memory. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to any of the following organizations: Ross County Humane Society - https://www.rosscountyhumanesociety.org/donate/ Grateful Hearts Senior Dog Rescue - https://gratefulheartsseniordogrescue.org/ways-to-help Wounded Warrior Project - https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/donate DAV - https://www.dav.org/ (then select "Donate Now" button).If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
A few words about Reverend Harold Turner who left this plane of existence a few days ago. Yes, he’s playing in a Heavenly musical group now. No one could play a bass fiddle like Harold could, and I can just see and hear him adding to HEAVEN’S HARMONY now--. Harold could add “HARMONY” to any situation with his calm demeanor and loving but tough understanding way. We met Harold some 55 years ago when he joined our CAMP staff as the then minister of 2nd Community Church of Columbus, bringing with him a large representation of that church’s youth, including his daughter, Sheila, and his “not yet old enough to be a camper” son, Shawn. (An early PLK). We all became “family” after that. I will never forget the message he gave to us on “Daisy Hill”, illustrated by a lovely “paper-tear” Cross, which was done with such skill! He remained on our staff for as many years as his schedule allowed, but in our hearts and I think his, also, he remained a permanent staff member. “We love you, Harold, Oh, yes we do! WHEN YOU’RE NOT NEAR US, WE’RE BLUE.
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