CHARLESTON – Carolyn H. Churchill, 60, went to be with her Savior, Tuesday, March 18, 2008, after a long fight with liver cancer. She was the wife of Kenneth N. Churchill. She was born April 28, 1947, in Lewiston, Idaho, the daughter of Ward and Mae (Fryetag) Helton. She graduated from Kendrick High School. She attended Lewis and Clark for two years, and then went to the University of Idaho for three more years. She worked at several different jobs throughout the years; at a shoe shop, a bank, a store clerk, painter, and even as a potato harvester. Her most recent employer was R. H. Foster, Hampden, as the accounts payable supervisor. She was predeceased by her 27-month-old son, Robert S. Churchill; parents, Ward and Mae Helton; and mother-in-law, Geneva Drake of Charleston. She is survived by her husband of 37 years, Ken; son, Ken N. Churchill III of Alaska and his wife, Jackie, and their newborn son, Kenny IV; son, Jeffery A. Churchill of Alaska; daughter, Heidi Giasson of Bath and her husband, Corey, and his son, Alexander; a twin sister, Marilyn Morey of Lewiston, Idaho; a brother, Larry and wife, Bernice Helton, of Washington state; a favorite brother-in-law, Charles H. Trask of Charleston; sister-in-law, Janet Smith and husband, Chester Smith, of Charleston; another sister-in-law, Virginia Fearon and husband, Bob, of Mount Shasta, Calif.; a brother-in-law, Nappy Churchill of Klawok, Alaska; several nieces, nephews and cousins too many to mention; and also, special cousins, Lynn, Bill, Wendy Fryetag, all of Helmer, Idaho. Carolyn loved the outdoors, whether it was golfing, hunting or mowing the lawn. She loved to read her Bible and listen to Christian music. She was a loving wife, mother and friend. Her close friends were Rita and Richard Broad, Jody and Lawrence Lord, Renee and Tom Young, Sean and Denise Grover. She will be missed by family and friends, but not forgotten, she was truly a “diamond in the rough.” The family gives special thanks to caretakers, Joanne Gray and Penny Bean, both of Charleston, who made it possible for Carolyn to be at home. Their kindness and comfort will never be forgotten. A celebration of life will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 29, at Charleston Pentecostal Church, with Ron Giasson and Pastor Ron Libby officiating. If you would like to share a fond memory of Carolyn, you will be able to do so. All are invited to join the family in the fellowship hall after the celebration.