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Beth Johnson

July 5, 2020

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Beth Johnson, 32, of Baker City, died on Sunday, July 5, 2020. Due to Covid-19 guidelines, a virtual candlelight will be held Sunday, July 19, 2020. On this day, we ask that you take a moment to light a candle in memory of Beth, wherever you are, no matter what time. If you are able, please take a picture of your candlelight and share it to Tami’s Pine Valley Funeral Home Facebook page as we remember Beth’s life together, while apart.

Beth was born September 30, 1987 in Madras, OR.  She was raised and educated in Baker City and graduated from Baker High School in 2006.

Beth had many jobs throughout her life including working as a waitress, a delivery driver and a housekeeper. Most recently, she worked at Chaves Consulting Inc. as a customer service representative.

Beth was a talented artist, an avid photographer, and was infatuated with the outdoors.  Her favorite color was purple, she loved pink roses, and idolized Marilyn Monroe. She had a special sparkle in her eyes, her laughter was infectious, she was determined, passionate and sometimes even stubborn. Beth overcame many obstacles during her life.  Her philosophy was, “to live life to the fullest, with a love so strong for everything that it’s addicting”.

She would often say, “Live life and never stop loving; I do what I want; and never judge a book by its cover.” Beth had a big heart. She was a social butterfly who loved making new friends. She always saw the good in everybody and never failed to be there for whomever needed her. 

The true loves of Beth’s life were her three beautiful children whom she cherished more than anything. Special times were spent in the mountains making memories together. She loved each of them deeply with all of her heart and soul.

Beth was preceded in death by her grandparents Bill and Hattie Major; aunt Carol Adams.

Beth is survived by her beloved children 12 year old Jordan, 10 year old Jayden and 8 year old Joleene Little; mother Thelma and step father Mike Chandler of Baker City, OR; brother Brock (Sierra) Johnson of Baker City; step-sister Michelle Holcomb of Wetherford, Texas; Grandma Betty Major of Madras, OR; Uncles Earl Major and Robert Adams of Baker City, OR; her favorite aunt and role model Tarry Picard of Madras, OR; cousins Daniel Blood, Jason Picard, William Adams and Sara Strommer; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews and friends-all of whom loved her dearly. 

For those who would like to make a donation in memory of Beth the family suggests Hilary’s Benevolent Fund through Tami’s Pine Valley Funeral Home and Cremation Services PO Box 543, Halfway, Oregon 97834. Online condolences can be shared at www.tamispinevalleyfuneralhome.com

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