Edna Hendricks Johnson Pollard, age 90, formerly of Downey, Idaho and Watsonville, California, passed away on November 9, 1990 at a local nursing home from a lingering illness of Alzheimer's disease.

Born July 8, 1900 in Richmond, Cache County, Utah, a daughter of Alfed Dorris and Annie Jorgensen Hendricks. She lived in Richmond, Utah and Oxford, Idaho areas as a young girl where she attended the local schools. She was active in dramatics, musical productions and dancing. Married Osbourn Johnson of Richmond, Utah on December 21, 1920 in the Logan LDS Temple. They moved to Downey, Idaho where they owned and operated a barber and beauty shop, The Downey Theatre and Confectionary, and Downata Hot Springs. They were divorced in 1945 and she married Thomas Woods Pollard on September 29, 1951.She was active as a dance director and teacher in the MIA for the LDS Church; was president of the Downey Study Club; the American Legion Auxiliary, both at local and state levels; and she sang for many programs and funerals. Moved to Logan, Utah in 1945 and then to Pasadena, California in 1946 where she worked as a real estate broker, as a manager of the Pasadena Constance Hotel, and owned her own ready-to-wear boutique. She and her husband, Thomas Woods Pollard, moved to Watsonville, California in 1974.

Survived by a daughter, Cliss J. Davis, South Jordan; a son, Osbourn Durke Johnson, Parker, Colorado; 4 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Gerald Hendricks Blackfoot, Idaho; and Asa Hendricks New Plymouth, Idaho. Preceded in death by her two husbands, Osbourn Johnson and Thomas Woods Pollard; and a daughter, Joyce Johnson Petersen.

Funeral services Monday, November 19th, at 12 noon, Larkin Chapel, 260 East South Temple, where friends may call Sunday evening 6-8 pm, and for one hour prior to the services. Interment, family plot at the Richmond (Cache County) Cemetery.

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