Janice Griffin Obituary| Has Died: Janice Elizabeth Griffin, an inhabitant of Springfield, Ore., died on June 26, 2021 following a courageous two-year fight with pancreatic malignancy. Jan was conceived September 12, 1954 in Klamath Falls, Ore., the third offspring of Alta and Bernard Griffin.
Jan experienced childhood in Klamath Falls and was dynamic in Girl Scouts, school band, and energy crew. She moved on from Klamath Union High School in 1972 and went to Oregon Institute of Technology, getting an Associate Degree. Wanting to seek after a library science certificate, she moved to Eugene just to have the program dropped by U of O before long. All things considered, she started a 30-year vocation at the Eugene Public Library, holding a few managerial positions.Jan had a place with the Oregon Library Association and served in a few workplaces, including president. She got an honor for her recognized help in 2008.
Books and perusing were consistently a piece of her life just as being the family’s parentage master. She additionally appreciated riddles, photography, cross line and weaving. During her sickness she weave more than 300 caps for youngsters out of luck. She was dynamic in the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club and gathered an astonishing assortment of trimmings. Jan additionally wanted to travel, particularly to the Oregon coast and to see family in Vermont and California.
Jan is made due by her sister, Cindy Crosby (Tom) and sibling John Griffin, nephews, grandniece and grandnephew, and numerous cousins. She will be enormously missed by her long-term dearest companion Kathy Fairchild. Jan’s mindful soul, dry humor, simple snicker and love of loved ones will be for quite some time recollected by the people who knew and cherished her.
A festival of life will be hung on Saturday, July 17, 10:30 a.m. at The Congregational Church, 2154 Garden Ave., Klamath Falls. Kindly feel free carry a photograph or story to share at the gathering following the assistance. In lieu of blossoms gifts can be made to the Eugene Public Library, your nearby library or to a cause that investigates malignancy.