Judson Jamieson

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Judson Burns Jamieson, 84, of Ooltewah, died on Saturday, July 25, 2020, in Erlanger Hospital’s ER.

Judson was born on Sept 4, 1935, in Camden, Maine. He was the son of Everett and Viola (Baston) Jamieson, and upon Viola’s death his stepmother, Margaret Donnelly Jamieson.

Judson attended school at Union Springs Academy in New York, and received a college degree from East Los Angeles College. He also served our country in the U.S. Army at Fort Eustis in Virginia. On Oct. 6, 1957, he married Gwendolyn G. Joy at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Lincolnville, Maine.

Judson worked for the Southern New England and Southern California Seventh-day Adventist Conferences for 20-plus years. His career included moving SDA families, and as department head of Respiratory Therapy at New England Memorial Hospital. He married Donna Farley Toppenberg in Cleveland, on Aug 5, 2007, after the passing of Gwen.  

Survivors include his wife, Donna Jamieson; two daughters and husbands: Tamela and Tarrant Cutler of Orleans, Maine, and Lisa and David Hunzelman of Stoneham, Maine; two beloved granddaughters: Sabrina Hunzelman and fiancé, Oscar Guzman of Murrieta, Calif., and Jessica and Brian Burgin of Riverside, Calif.; his great-granddaughter, born April 12, 2020, Ava Grace Burgin, who he was planning to meet at Sabrina and Oscar’s November wedding. 

Judson was preceded in death by his wife, Gwendolyn Jamieson; sister, Mildred Swanson; and four brothers: Lloyd Jamieson, Lee Jamieson, John Donnelly and Carroll Jamieson. 

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020, with visitation from 3:30 pm until the 4 p.m. service at the Ooltewah Adventist Church ,9209 Amos Road, Ooltewah.

The service will be streamed on the Ooltewah Adventist Church YouTube Channel.

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