These pages commemorate members of Cloud City Garrison and Kashyyyk Base who are no longer with us. Though these individuals have passed on, they remain dear to our hearts and will forever be recognized and remembered as Eternal Legionnaires.
TK 6463 – “herbie”
Cloud City Garrison member Calvin Smith passed away on August 25, 2017, at age 48 from a heart attack. Calvin was a loving man who cared for his community, and her was a loyal friend. He took care of his mother who was dealing with cancer and remission. Calvin loved life and his hobbies included working with his VW replica cars from the movie Herbie from the 1960’s and the current Herbie Unloaded. He also built models and collected Star Wars figures. He also did performance art with a band that he helped with in his spare time. Calvin, you had a beautiful heart. Rest in Peace.
Kitty Jackson departed from this world peacefully on December 29, 2019. She was a very active and supportive member at the Linkville Playhouse, Klamath Chorale and Ross Ragland Theater whether it was onstage, backstage, or front of the house/lobby. She was always there ready to help out when it was needed, that’s how much theatre and the theatre family meant to her.
She had a love for Star Wars and to be around those who shared the same Star Wars nerdiness. She was accepted into the Rebel Legion in June 2015 with her first outfit as a Jedi and later on, Mon Mothma. She loved to dress for Star Wars Oregon events, bringing smiles to kids and families.
Kitty is greatly missed. She was truly a wonderful and kind human being; there will never be anyone like her. May the Force be with her. Always.
TI 74770 – “DMAC74”
On January 5, 2020, we said goodbye to Dave McAdams, TI-74770 and member of Cloud City Garrison. Dave beat cancer multiple times before the fight became too much to overcome. Dave will be remembered by all who met him for his selflessness, endlessly positive attitude, and huge smile.
Buckets off for this incredible man, husband, son, and friend who gave so much of himself to help others. Rest in peace, Dave.