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Name Mary Jo Smith
Gender Female
Birth[1] 29 Jul 1921 Aztec, San Juan, New Mexico
Death[2] 5 Jun 2003 Newberg, Yamhill, Oregon

Wednesday, June 11 Mary Jo Candaux

  Mary Jo Candaux of Newberg died June 5, 2003, at Providence Newberg Hospital. She was 81.
  She was born July 29, 1921, to Carl and Ella Mae (Wood) Smith in Aztec, N.M. She lived in Aztec until 1941, when she moved to St. George, Utah. In 1944, she moved to California , and in 1946 she moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, where she lived until 1960. In 1960, she moved to Clark Fork, Idaho. In 1975, she moved to Boise.
  She was primarily a restaurant cook in the various cities she lived in. In 1991 she moved to Oregon. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, crochet, knitting and her home and children. She was a member of the Lutheran Church in Clark Fork, Idaho. She was also a member of the Unity Rebekah Lodge in Boise.
  Survivors include: sons, Carl Goodwin, Harry Goodwin of Newberg and Henry Meredith of Council, Idaho; daughters, JoAnne Hess of Rochester, Wash., Charlene Robinson of Puyallup, Wash., and Beth Smuen of Vernal, Utah; brothers, Bruce Smith of Hurricane, Utah, and Buddy Smith of San Jose, Calif.; sisters, Carlee Smith and Mabel Harrison, both of Portland; 22 great grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by son, Harley Goodwin.
  Private services will be held. Arrangements are in care of Macy and Son Funeral Directors of McMinnville.
References
  1. Family records.

    Information from Carlee Smith

  2. Obituary from newspaper.

    Wednesday, June 11
    Mary Jo Candaux
    Mary Jo Candaux of Newberg died June 5, 2003, at Providence Newberg Hospital. She was 81.
    She was born July 29, 1921, to Carl and Ella Mae (Wood) Smith in Aztec, N.M. She lived in Aztec until 1941, when she moved to St. George, Utah. In 1944, she moved to California , and in 1946 she moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, where she lived until 1960. In 1960, she moved to Clark Fork, Idaho. In 1975, she moved to Boise.
    She was primarily a restaurant cook in the various cities she lived in. In 1991 she moved to Oregon. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, crochet, knitting and her home and children. She was a member of the Lutheran Church in Clark Fork, Idaho. She was also a member of the Unity Rebekah Lodge in Boise.
    Survivors include: sons, Carl Goodwin, Harry Goodwin of Newberg and Henry Meredith of Council, Idaho; daughters, JoAnne Hess of Rochester, Wash., Charlene Robinson of Puyallup, Wash., and Beth Smuen of Vernal, Utah; brothers, Bruce Smith of Hurricane, Utah, and Buddy Smith of San Jose, Calif.; sisters, Carlee Smith and Mabel Harrison, both of Portland; 22 great grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by son, Harley Goodwin.
    Private services will be held. Arrangements are in care of Macy and Son Funeral Directors of McMinnville.

    Obituary in the Newberg Graphic newspaper posted online.

  3.   Family records.

    Family records from a phone conversation with Joanne Goodwin Hess