A lot of good memories and lifelong friends were made during her school years at the Cavendish-Teakean country grade school, and junior high and high school in Orofino. Debbie is survived by her husband, Norman; sons, Jordyn and Jarryt; her mother, Carrol Frederiksen; a brother, Ron Frederiksen of Monroe, WA; a half-sister Jo Frederiksen of The Woodlands, TX; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews whom she loved very much.
Ed was born at home to Harry and Beatrice Hudson on Dec.15, 1936 at Grangemont and graduated from Orofino High School in 1955.
She will be remembered as compassionate, caring, and always putting others before herself.
She never seemed to complain about her health condition, and always made sure that everyone else was taken care of. Her children and grandchildren were the absolute light of her life, and she always wanted them around her.
After graduating college, she moved West after taking a job with the United States Forest Service.
Nancy Lynn (Hook) Johnstun, our loving wife, mother, and grammy of Weippe, Idaho passed away on Oct.
5, 2017 at Kootenai Health, in Coeur d'Alene after a long courageous battle with cancer. The family then moved to Valley City, ND where she was raised.
Although she lost her battle, cancer would never take away her dignity, hope, faith, courage, or love. She graduated from Valley City High School in 1969, and then went on to attend The University of North Dakota, home of the Fighting Sioux, where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work.
She continued to visit her hometown every year even while going through many different cancer treatments.
She was a stay at home mom for several years, but then took a job at the Pierce Library as a librarian.
Ed served his country and was honorably discharged from The United States Army in 1958.