Information for Rotha M. Hammond Green John
20 June, 1911 - 28 December, 1986
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for Rotha M. Green John, 75, of Caldwell,
who died Sunday, Dec. 28, at home, will be held at 4 p.m.
today at the Wilder Cemetery.
The Rev. John
Sinclair of the First Christian Church, Caldwell, will
officiate with rites by Ruby Rebekah Lodge No, 49,
Cremation was under the direction of the Flahiff
Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Mrs. John was born June 20, 1911, in Vale,
Ore., to Charles and Anna Marie Smith Hammond
She attended grade
school in Vale and later moved with her family to
Boise, where she completed her
met Carrol N. Green in Wilder and they were married April 1,
1934, at Ustick, near Boise. The
couple resided in Wilder, Parma
and Caldwell prior to moving to Salem, Ore.,
during World War II. They
returned in 1946 to
Caldwell, where she had worked as a
beautician and for Super Save Market.
Mr. Green died in
resided in Payette from 1977 until returning to
married Donald John Nov. 24, 1984, in
She was a member of
the First Christian Church, Caldwell, and Ruby Rebekah Lodge
No, 49, Parma.
She is survived by her husband of Caldwell; two sons,
Carrol R. Green of Berkley, Calif., and Donald L. Green of
Caldwell; two daughters, Marjorie Ann Alcorn of Tempe, Ariz.,
and Melvena L. Berreth of Payette; a brother, Gordon Hammond
of Caldwell; a sister, Maybel King of Nampa; 11 grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in
death by four brothers and two sisters.
Memorials may be
made to the First Christian Church, Caldwell.
Free larger headstone
photo available upon request.
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