Obituaries: April 2006
AngelCatani, 60, died Jan. 28 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, from injuries sustained duringa fall while repairing a church building last year. He was one of six eldersserving churches in Santa Cruz.
Hewas preceded in death by his wife, Paulina. Survivors include six children.
Dr.Jere Donald Guin, 74, of Little Rock, Ark., died Jan. 15. He was featured inthe first edition and all later editions of Best Doctors In America. Hereceived the largest amount of government grants for research of anyone onstaff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Science.
Survivorsinclude his wife, Diane, a brother and three children.
Rebecca“Ruby” Jane Justin, 71, died Jan. 29 in Salt Lake City. She was born inBelfast, Ireland, where she grew up and met her husband, John. The coupleworked at several churches in the United States, Ireland and Europe.
Survivorsinclude husband, three children and two grandchildren.
ChantaleL. Michaud, 37, died Feb. 18 in Rochester, Minn. She was raised in Wheaton,Ill., and married Luc Michaud in 1993. She was a church member and worked as anurse at Seasons Hospice. Survivors include her husband, two daughters, herparents and a brother.
LesterPerrin, 79, of Lubbock, Texas, died Feb. 17. He served in World War II in theU.S. Army, after which he became a basketball coach at Lubbock ChristianCollege, serving as a coach until 1967.
Heserved as a history professor and elder of the Vandelia Church of Christ.
Survivorsinclude his wife, Elaine, five children and 10 grandchildren.
MyrtleEverett Rummel, 86, of Edmond, Okla., died Feb. 18. She worked for HumptyDumpty Grocery Stores for 25 years, and helped to open Harrison Elementary. Sheand her husband, George, were active members of the Wilshire church, OklahomaCity, for 40 years.
Survivorsinclude her husband, her sister, three children, six grandchildren and threegreat-grandchildren.