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Subject: Obit. CAVIN, JANICE (DITLER) JOHNSON
Date: 14 Apr 2004 16:26:48 -0600


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CAVIN JANICE DITLER JOHNSON Sept. 25, 1955, to April 8, 2003 In loving memory of Janice who died from a cerebral aneurysm at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.Janice was born at Quintar Hospital in San Diego, California. She moved to Louisiana with her 2nd husband, J.D. Johnson, in 1983. Janice attended Pepper Drive Elementary, Santana High School, and Grossmont College. Janice began her career in dentistry with Dr. William Helps in La Mesa Calif., and continued on that path to become an orthodontic technician. Her last job was with Dr. Larry Foster, in Walker, La. Janice is survived by her husband Rick Cavin, of Walker, La., and her son Joshua Johnson, currently stationed at the Army base in Ft. Bragg, N.C. She is also survived by her widowed mother, Shirley Anzai of Escondido, Ca.; her father Gene Ditler and stepmother Ruth Ditler of La Mesa, Ca.; her brother Ken Ditler and his family of Minnesota; her sister Doreen Hall-Osborne and her family of Gras!
s Valley, Ca.; her brother David of Ft. Worth, Texas; her sister Dee Ditler-Prindle and husband of El Cajon, Ca.; her sister Barbara Ditler-Gelber and husband of Carlsbad, Ca.; her grandmother Lorraine Ditler of La Mesa, Ca.; and numerous other relatives in San Diego County, Louisiana, and other parts of the United States. Janice chose to be an organ donor as well as donating her beautiful long brown hair to St. Jude ' s to be used to make a wig for a cancer victim. She was as generous in death as she was in life. Janice Doreen Ditler Johnson Cavin will be missed and always remembered as a loving, kind, and happy spirit. Private services were held at her home on April 12, 2003. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to your favorite charity.
Published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on 4/27/2003.
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