DEE OHNEMUS, IN MEMORIAM

DEE OHNEMUS, IN MEMORIAM

For about twenty years Dee and Dan Ohnemus have called Timber Valley home .Dee passed away May 26, 2022 after struggling with poor health for almost five years.
Dee was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon July 8, 1931 and she and Dan met and married there. They were married for 48 years in September. They lived mostly in Bend Oregon and Dee worked as a Cosmetologist for Rite Aide and Payless stores.
They enjoyed RVing and traveled extensively in the mid-west and western states. They joined the Active Wait List in 1998 and Oct. 16, 2003 they moved into Timber Valley. Dan says, “We set still for one winter to see what it was like” and then they spent most winters in Havasu and Casa Grande, Arizona.
Dan says, “Dee really loved this park and she liked the people in it”. Dee is survived by her husband Dan and his three sons and her son, Gordon Wynant.

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5 Responses to DEE OHNEMUS, IN MEMORIAM

  1. Suzi Rupert says:

    Sweet lady. She will be missed.

  2. Rajeana Domino says:

    We received our Lease sometime in 2012, retired and moved on our Lot #115 in June of this year. Although we have never met my husband, Chris and I would like to offer our condolences and bless you at this difficult time.

    Chris and Rajeana (Reggie)

  3. Skip & Sue Eytalis says:

    So sorry to hear this news. Our condolences to Dan and family.
    Skip & Sue Eytalis

  4. Fred Prout says:

    Dan , and family, Dee was a wonderful neighbor and a great person. Timber Valley has lost a special member.

  5. Rick De Young says:

    Dee was a sweet lady who contributed a lot to our park as Dan’s patient and supportive wife during the several years Dan has served as one of our Park’s most active and faithful members of our Board of Directors and President of the Board.

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