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First Christian Church Memorial Garden
Medford, Jackson County, Oregon

1900 Crater Lake Ave
Medford OR 97504
(541) 772-8030

Lat: 42°20'51"N, Lon: 122°51'14"W

Contributed by Jennifer Cooper, Apr 30, 2003 [mfcc@uci.net]. Total records = 6.

Take I5 exit 30. West on Crater Lake Hwy past the Rogue Valley Mall. Head east on McAndrews Road. At the intersection with Crater Lake Avenue, head north. Go north several blocks to the light at Brookhurst. The church is on the corner of Brookhurst and Crater Lake Avenue, and has a very noticeable high pitched roofline.

The Memorial Garden is located on the First Christian Church property at 1900 Crater Lake Avenue, in Medford OR.

This cemetery was established by Medford First Christian Church in 2000. It is well-maintained by the church. The Garden is still accepting new placements of cremains.

Plaques are located on the Memory Wall within the Memorial Garden to indicate the names and birth/death dates of those who are placed in the Garden.

I compiled this transcription on Apr 30, 2003 from records on file in the church office at Medford First Christian Church.

- Jennifer Cooper

Brill, Doris, b. Aug 14, 1926, d. Feb 16, 1985
Brill, Jack F., b. Nov 23, 1924, d. Oct 19, 2002
Brill, Jack M., b. Oct 05, 1951, d. Sep 14, 2000, son of Doris and Jack F. Brill
Dahlstrom, Dorothy Claire, b. May 26, 1928, d. Dec 22, 2001, dau. of Claire P. Wheeler and Mattie Troost-Wheeler, widow of Kenneth Dahlstrom
Hearrell, Dale James, b. Dec 06, 1921, d. Nov 02, 2001, son of George James Hearrell and Clara Rebecca Coldiron-Hearrell, hus. of Marjorie J. Hearrell
Messer, Marvin Lee, b. Feb 18, 1940, d. Oct 21, 1998, son of Wm. Henry Messer and Gladys Marie Diggs-Messer, hus. of Sherrie E. Messer

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