Denice Michele Calhoun
1968 - 2019
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DENICE MICHELE CALHOUN
November 17, 1968 ˜ November 8, 2019

Born Nov. 17, 1968, to John and Janet Calhoun, Denice passed away on Nov. 8, 2019, at PeaceHealth Medical Center. A native of Vancouver, WA, she grew up in the Orchards and Hazel Dell neighborhoods, attending school at Sara J. Anderson Elementary, Geiser Middle School, and graduating from Columbia River High School in the class of 1987.
Denice worked for a few different employers in Vancouver, but most recently was an employee of Catherine’s where she had worked for several years.
Among those surviving Denice are: John Calhoun (father), Vancouver; Michael (brother), Vancouver; Bob Calhoun (uncle), his wife, Nickola, of Analaska, WA; Ray and Judy Podmor (aunt), Chehalis, WA; Nancy Jorgensen (aunt), Chehalis; and David Calhoun (cousin), Tacoma, WA.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Janet Calhoun, in 2011.
Growing up in Vancouver, Denice attended New Hope Foursquare Church and Crossroads Community Church with her family. During years of her church attendance, she heard and responded to the good news of God’s grace and forgiveness through Jesus Christ and became a Christian.
A memorial service for Denice will take place on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019, at 11 a.m., at The Gathering Place, 2500 NE 78th St., Vancouver.
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Published in The Columbian on Nov. 22, 2019.
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December 14, 2019
Jael Thompson
November 27, 2019
Words can never express our feelings of shock and sadness, however I wanted to share my thoughts best I could. Denice was a class ahead of me, graduating with my older brother, but we knew each other nevertheless. She looked me up years ago on Facebook and it was good to know that she was still in town and doing well.
Sometimes I would see her positive and/or friendly posts on my social feed and give her a thumbs-up or she vice-versa. I remember her in high-school always wearing a smile and her flare for friendships was bountiful! I was thinking of her the other day and wondering why I had not seen her feeds lately; so sorry to hear of her passing. Fly high, sweet friend! Prayers to her loved ones. ~God Bless
Christine Smith
November 23, 2019
RIP Denise, your humor, love of others and support will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all that knew and loved you.
Michelle Thorp-Sigman
November 22, 2019
A sleepless night brought me to Facebook where I scrolled down to a message that said you had passed. I am sorry something a silly as local politics got in the way it's friendship. I still consider you a friend even though we didn't seem to see eye to eye. Rest In Peace! I will miss you.
Jael Thompson
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