Joanna Wiemer Campen, 77, who owned and operated Potomac Imprints, a dealer in antique botanical and bird prints and maps, died Sept. 23 at Loudoun Hospital Center after a heart attack. She lived at Leisure World in Lansdowne, in Loudoun County.
Mrs. Campen ran the business from the mid-1970s until the mid-1990s from her homes in Northern Virginia.
She was born in Burlington, Iowa, and attended Bradley University in Peoria, Ill. She was director of women's programs at a radio station in Peoria in the late 1940s.
She then accompanied her husband on his military assignments before settling in the Washington area in the late 1960s. She served on boards and architectural committees of several community associations.
Survivors include her husband of 58 years, retired Air Force Col. Alan Campen of Lansdowne; a son, Timothy Campen of Falls Church; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Francisco Asistores Caimol
Francisco Asistores Caimol, 81, a member of St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Franconia and the Knights of Columbus, died Sept. 5 of cancer at Inova Fairfax Hospital.
A native of the Philippines, Mr. Caimol moved to Springfield in 1992 and later to Alexandria.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, which qualified him for American citizenship.
He graduated from the University of the East in Manila and for 32 years worked for Coca-Cola in the Philippines.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Iluminada Poblete Caimol of Alexandria; five children, Julius Caimol of Scarborough, Ontario, Marissa Caimol Phinney of New Bern, N.C., Agnes Caimol Valerio of Tracy, Calif., Nini Caimol Factor of Vancouver, B.C., and Ellen Caimol of Alexandria; a sister; and seven grandchildren.