Eunice Pauline (Jensen) McCann

Former Happy Camp Resident, Eunice (Jensen) McCann

Happy Camp OBITUARY Eunice Pauline (Jensen) McCann
Eunice Pauline McCann, 90, passed away on August 15, 2021, in Klamath Falls, Ore. She was able to enjoy a special 90th birthday party earlier in the summer.

Eunice was born on June 13, 1931 in Hungry Horse, Montana, the second child of Jay and Edna May (McFarland) King. She grew up in the Monroe and Corvallis, Oregon area where she met Warren Ted Jensen. They were married in Corvallis on Aug. 26, 1949.

They raised their two sons, David and Donald, in Happy Camp, Calif. where they ran a logging company. As the boys neared high school age, they moved to Medford, Ore., returning to Happy Camp weekends, holidays and for the summers. Ted passed away in 1973

Eunice later married Jay McCann. Together they ran a boat shop and enjoyed boating and snowmobiling. Later, Eunice oversaw the Medford branch of Jefferson State Pumping and helped care for her many great nieces and nephews. Eunice lived for a short time in Napa, Calif. with her granddaughter, Shawna, then returned to her beloved Rogue Valley before entering in hospice in Klamath Falls.

Eunice had a gift for bringing people together. For decades she hosted large Thanksgiving gatherings at her home in Medford. She was independent and strong-willed; she never held back on her love, laughter, and enjoyment of life. She especially enjoyed her family time and her church, as well as cooking, gardening, and playing cards.
Eunice was preceded in death by her parents, husbands Ted Jensen and Jay McCann, brother, Don King, son, Don Jensen, granddaughter, Kathy Jensen and daughter-in-law, Patty Jensen. She leaves behind her sister Joyce Oshel, son Dave Jensen, daughter-in-law, Rose Jensen, many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank the many people who loved and cared for Eunice over the years. In order to allow for the safety and health of all, a memorial service for Eunice may be scheduled for a later time.

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