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Damita Ziegler Obituary – CA

ZIEGLER-Damita Jo DeBlanc Johnson Ziegler, was born on August 30, 1952 to Bonnie Jean and Napoleon Johnson in Temple Texas. Damita died suddenly on June 15, 2006. She is survived by John, her husband of 23 years, her mother Bonnie, her sisters Dena and Khadija, her brother Darrel, her uncle Ralph and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins ​​who they will definitely miss her. Damita grew up in Southern California and attended school in Compton and graduated from Centennial High School in 1970 and later attended Cal State Los Angeles. In 1985, she started the Family Law Service for Working Women, where she would help victims of domestic violence. She later had a career in retail management as a store manager for Eddie Bauer and Bombay Company and regional loss prevention manager for Cost Plus World Market. When she was diagnosed with end-stage kidney disease, she retired from retail and landscape gardening. She became active in the Pasadena Museum of History, where she served as chair of the museum’s Volunteer Board and Executive Committee in 2001-2002 and continued to serve on the Board of Trustees. Damita’s interests were many and varied. She loved music and singing, she loved plants and flowers, she loved reading and traveling. He loved to laugh and had a wonderful sense of humor. Despite the adversities she faced in recent years, she never lost her smile and will be truly missed. Donations in her memory may be made to the Pasadena History Museum Volunteer Board.