Sunday, April 17, 2011

Washington Obituaries 04/17/2011


 

Adelaide (Laide) Fox

Adelaide (Laide) FOX She passed peacefully on April 4, 2011 after a short illness. She was surrounded by her husband, three sons, and two daughters-in-law as she passed. She is survived by her husband Spencer, three sons, Carl, David, and Jamie, two daughters-in-law Danielle and Maggie, and five grand children Phillip, Kaitlyn, Isaac, Garrison, and Thomas. We already miss her so very much. More information will be posted on the bartonfuneral.com WEB site.


 


 

Albert Leon Belcher

Albert Leon Belcher, 72, of Snohomish, WA passed away April 2, 2011., He was born December 29, 1938 in Kanawha, WV and spent his childhood and school years in Charleston, WV. He was the son of Herman Sr. and Edith Belcher., Albert moved to Washington around 1959. He married Marie Bohl soon after. He worked for Sound Casket and Collins Casket in Everett as a painter. He then went on to S.A.W. Cabinet Shop in Silvana. He was very talented at painting. After leaving S.A.W he went on to work at Boeing, retiring in 1995 with the "golden handshake." He later took on an extra job at Delta in Snohomish. Albert enjoyed working with people, going to the Casino once in a while for breakfast, always hoping to win the big one., Albert always enjoyed going to Skagit Speedway with his three children. He went quite often in the summer with Candace., He is survived by his wife, Marie; four children and their families, Candace and Richard Horton, Arla and Jeff Yundt, Kevin Belcher and friend Annette. Also Frankie Emunson and Chuck; six grandchildren, Christopher and Kyle Russell, Megan and Travis Horton, Crystal and Holly Klinger, one brother Herman and his wife Shirley, niece's Monica, Maylyn and a nephew Matt. He leaves numerous relatives and friends in West Virginia, too many to list., He was preceded in death by his father, Herman, and mother, Edith, and two infant sisters., We would like to give a special thanks to our good friends Sherman and Judy Olson for all their special help and care, also the doctors and nurses at Providence Oncology and to Hospice. They were all wonderful., There will be a memorial for Albert, Saturday, April 23, 2011 at the Grange on 2nd St. in Snohomish at 1 p.m. Cremation arrangements are under the care of Solie Funeral Home and Crematory, Everett.


 


 

AnnaBelle Arneson

AnnaBelle ARNESON Born on May 17, 1916 in Niobrara, NE; moved to Kirkland, WA in 1956; died on March 6, 2011 in SeaTac, WA. Survived by her loving children Linda, Judy, Trudy, Edwin; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandsons. Funeral Service today, Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 2:00PM at Yarington's Funeral Home; 10708 – 16th Avenue SW, Seattle with Viewing one hour prior to service.


 


 

Arthur F. Scheetz Jr.

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Autumn T. Ivie

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BARBARA ANN (BUSER) HUDSON

Barbara Ann (Buser) Hudson born November 27th, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, passed away peacefully at Skagit Valley Hospital on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011, after a short but courageous battle with cancer. She was 68 years old., Barb was born in Detroit and was raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She started her career at Michigan Bell while in high school and continued to work for the various Bell Companies until retiring in 1990., Barb married Richard Buser in 1962. Barb and Richard lived in Arizona until his passing in 2004; at that time, Barb moved to Mount Vernon, to live with her youngest daughter, Kathy, and her family., Barb became an active member at Immaculate Conception Church and volunteered in the front office. She also enjoyed exercising at the YMCA. Her day always started with a good cup of coffee and a crossword puzzle; she recently started crocheting and cooking again., Barb married Walt Hudson in September of 2009. They made their home in Mount Vernon, and spent time traveling to Alaska, Arizona, and a train trip to Michigan and Canada. Barb never complained and always wanted to help in any way she could., Barb is survived by her husband Walt; daughter, Sheri and her husband Curt of Phoenix, her son Rich and his wife Belynda, and his children Neil and Christina of Phoenix, and her daughter, Kathy, and her husband Michael, and their four children, Corey, Rebecca, Samuel and Matthew currently stationed in Japan; her sister Phyllis (Robert) Vodrey of Michigan; her brothers, Thomas, David and Daniel, all of Arizona and countless nieces and nephews that were special to her in Michigan., Preceding her in death her were her parents, and her first husband, Richard., The family would like to thank the staff at Skagit Valley Hospital for the exceptional care Barb received over the last month., Memorials may be made to the Immaculate Conception New Church Building fund., A wake will be held for Barbara Sunday, April 17, 2011, 7:00 pm at Hawthorne Funeral Home., Viewing will be Monday, April 18, 2011, 11:15 am at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church followed by the Funeral Mass at 12:15 pm., Please share you thoughts of Barbara and sign the online guest register at, Arrangements are under the care of Hawthorne Funeral Home, Mount Vernon.


 


 

Barbara Ruth Hill Carlson

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Barbara Sahlin

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Bert C. Kale

Celebration of His Life Bert Charles Kale, of Bellingham, passed away March 19, 2010. Never wanting to have any fuss made with him the center of attention, he asked his children not to have a funeral. We've waited over a year, and think by now he wouldn't mind if family and friends got together to celebrate his life. Join us on Saturday, April 23, 1:00 PM, at the Everson Senior Center, 111 Main Street. Questions? Call Karolyn Kale Merriman (360) 223-5758.


 


 

Betty Jane Barder

Betty Jane BARDER The Lord called Betty home January 4, 2011. She passed peacefully at home in Inverness, Scotland, daughter, husband, & nurses by her side. She was born February 13, 1925 in Franklin, Maryland to Bailey & Maud Conn, the youngest of five children. She was raised in Jacksonville, Florida by her uncle & aunt, Hugh & Alice Brugh, after the death of her parents at the age of 5. As a young woman Betty moved to the West Coast, living in California, Alaska, & eventually settling in the Pacific Northwest. Here she met & married Tony Gregel, the love of her life. Over the next forty years they made their home in the Bellevue- Redmond area of Washington. There they raised two daughters, enjoyed their granddaughter & great-granddaughter, & worked & cultivated many lasting friendships. She retired from Group Health Cooperative where she served as a medical receptionist for over 25 years. Widowed in 1996, she later married John H. Barder, of Woking, England. They traveled and made numerous trips across the Atlantic between his homes in Woking and Inverness, Scotland & her home here. Betty liked reading, gardening, had a little known passion for wildlife, & enjoyed an occasional cold glass of beer & a good laugh. She was a friend of all creatures great and small. Betty was a gentle, gracious woman who always had a kind, encouraging word for everyone. She loved God, her family, and her friends. She will not be forgotten. Her memory lives on in the hearts of those she loved, those who loved her, and everyone whose lives were touched by this special woman. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tony Gregel, daughter, Cheri Corradetti Gregel, parents, Bailey & Maud Conn, aunts and uncles, Alice & Hugh Brugh, Virgil and George Shrout and Irene Lambert, sisters, Margaret (Kenneth) McCallister, Naomi (Otmer) Bailey, and Elizabeth Schull, brother, Eugene Conn, & nephew, Doug McCallister and cousins Frieda, Agnes & Lillian Dawson. She is survived by her daughter, Christine (David) Kozlow, granddaughter, Staci Gregel, great granddaughter, Madison Gregel-Kozlow, husband, John H. Barder, nieces, Edna Jean White, (favorite aunt of) Sherry White, Debbie Kerns, Louise McGowan, Rebecca Coleman, Patricia Belcarz, Joanne Bales, nephews, Robert Bailey, Richard Bailey, Donald (Joyce) Bailey and their daughter Jodi, and countless friends.


 


 

Betty M. Casper

CASPER, Betty M., Betty, our beloved mom, grandmother, and friend, passed away peacefully on April 13, 2011 at Sacred Heart Medical Center, surrounded by her loved ones. She was born and raised in Chewelah, WA by Leo and Mary Vogt on October 16, 1930. Betty was a longtime resident of Spokane, WA. She attended Holy Names Academy and went on to Graduate from SFCC with two AAS degrees. Betty will be missed by her three children: Robert Casper, Debra Carrell and Dawn Thompson. Her daughter Denise Brophy preceded her in death. Betty had six grandchildren: Beth, Ben, Charley, Kodi, Skye and Torrey; and eleven great-grandchildren. Betty was always very thoughtful, loving and known to be caring and willing to give to others at any time. Betty loved yard work, puzzles, going to hockey games and sewing, but most of all she loved spending time with her loved ones. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 23rd at 11:00am at Heritage Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association of Spokane.


 


 

Carl Francis Romei

Carl Francis Romei, age 82, passed away peacefully Tuesday afternoon, April 12, 2011, in Edmonds, WA, to join his "girl from Ipanema.", He was born in Seattle, WA on December 15, 1928 to Carlo Romei and Maria Dini. He was a graduate of Seattle Prep in 1946, continuing his education at Seattle University. Carl married Reita Paulsen in 1951 and they enjoyed 58 years of happiness together., One of Carl's great loves was his daily walk through Woodway and Edmonds, "inspecting" roads, sidewalks, trees and any new building or construction of any kind. He loved golfing, working in his yard, and was a tremendous fisherman. Carl has always had a great love for music and singing. He was a member of The Italian Club of Seattle, and served as the clubs president in 1995. A long time member of the Seattle Serra Club, and founding member of the Sno King Serra Club. Carl was also a member of the Holy Rosary Church Renew Group, and was very devoted to his faith. Carl was a Wire Rope Salesman for most of his adult life, and loved what he did. He adored his grandchildren, and children, and committed his life to his family and friends., Carl is survived by sons, Christopher Romei (Carrie) and Stefan Romei (Susan); daughter, Robin Sloate (John); sisters, Imelda Romei and Esther Romei; grandchildren; nieces and nephews. He was a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather and friend. He will be dearly missed by everyone who was fortunate enough to have known him., A visitation will begin at 5 p.m. followed by a Recitation of the Rosary at 7p.m. Monday, April 18, at Beck's Funeral Home, 405 5th Avenue S, Edmonds. Funeral Mass on Wednesday, April 20, at 11 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church, 630 7th Avenue N, Edmonds. A reception is immediately following the Funeral Mass at Holy Rosary, followed by the Committal at Calvary Cemetery, 5041-35th Avenue NE, Seattle., Please share memories with the family at


 


 

Cary Heth

Passed away April 13, 2011 at Sunshine Gardens after a year long struggle with many health issues. He was born October 6, 1932 in Spokane, WA to Cary Seldon and Etta Mae Heth. He joined the, when he was 18 and served as a chaplain's assistant during the, . Cary was a graduate of Eastern Washington University and furthered his education at Whitworth and, . He taught History and English at many schools in eastern Washington. Cary went from teaching to administration with the Community Colleges of Spokane where he retired as a Dean of the Institute of Extended Learning. While retired, he felt a calling to ministry so he pursued a master's degree in pastoral ministry at Gonzaga University. Following his heart, Cary became a deacon for the Catholic Church serving the Spokane diocese at St. Mary's. In this role, he volunteered for the Spokane Valley Food Bank, did communion services at Good Samaritan nursing home and Valley Hospital. He was a chaplain for Hospice of Spokane where he was named Chaplain of the Year for 2005. Cary is survived by his wife Joann; sisters: Caryl (Doug) Klein, Cathy Blackwell; son Mark (Debbie) Heth; daughters: Karen (Tim) Wright, Patti (Colin) Woodbridge; step-sons: Robert (Chris) Schultz, Ron (Carrie) Schultz; grandchildren: Jennifer (Brandon) Julian, Matthew (Toni) Woodbridge, Andrew (Katie) Heth, Melissa (Jason) Woodbridge, Ryan Heth; step-grandchildren: Anthony Schultz, Caitlin Schultz, Riley Schultz, Bailey Schultz; great-grandchildren: Colin and Halle Woodbridge, Cole Julian; and a large extended family. Preceded in death by Mark (Abunk) Hambrook, Cary and Louise Heth, Etta Mae Morgan, Colin Woodbridge and Annie Heth. The family wishes to thank the staff of Sunshine Gardens, Physical Therapist Michael Allen and Dr. Sima Issen for their outstanding care in the past year. Vigil Service will be Sunday, April 17th at 5 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 304 S. Adams Rd. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, April 18th at 11 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment will follow at 2 p.m. on April 18th at The Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, 6910 S. Ben Burr Rd. Please sign Cary's online guestbook at, Arrangements have been entrusted to:


 


 

Chris Anderlik

Passed away peacefully on April 9, 2011. She was born in Galesburg, Illinois, and graduated from the, where she met Bob her husband of 61 years. Her first job out of college in an animal research lab exposed her to the atrocities of animal research. She quit that job and became a chemistry teacher, coach, and life-long Animal RIghts and Animal Welfare advocate. Her religion was Veganism. "Animals are not ours to eat, wear, or experiment on" was the motto she lived by., Chris Anderlik, along with her husband Bob, co-founded the group "For Animals" in Traverse City, Michigan where she earned the Lifetime Humanitarian Award from the Michigan Humane Association. She and Bob moved to Liberty Lake in 2001, became President and then Executive Secretary of the "Animal Advocates of the Inland Northwest"., Chris did not want a service, and please no flowers or gifts. Instead her dream was for everyone to go an extra mile to practice true compassion for animals., Donations can be made in her memory to any of the following:, S.C.R.A.P.S Petsavers, 2521 N. Flora Rd. Box 11555, Spokane, WA. 99216 Spokane Valley, WA. 99211, 477-2532 924-7826, Spokane Humane Society P.E.T.A., P.O. Box 6247 501 Front Street, 6607 N. Havana Norfolk, VA. 23510, Spokane, WA. 99217 757-622-7380, 467-5235


 


 

Curtis Dale Graue

Curtis Graue passed away on April 12th, 2011 at the age of 77., Curtis will forever be remembered by his wife of 58 years, Charlotte; their children, Pam (Jerry) Claflin, Kim Graue, and Mark (Jackie) Graue; grandchildren, Julie (Tim) Linster, Amy (Jeremy) Zebrun, Zachary Graue, and Taylor Graue; great-grandchildren, Ty and Maddie Linster; and also sister, Lucille Gukeisen., He was preceded in death by grandson, Curtis Claflin; and sister, Carol Ann Abieras., Curtis was born in Watford City, ND and moved to Ridgefield, WA in 1940. He graduated from Battle Ground High School in 1952 and attended Clark College., Curtis served in the, for four years., In 1952 he married Charlotte Schadewitz and they settled in Ridgefield permanently in 1957., Curtis retired as an electrician from Battle Ground School District in 1996., Curtis enjoyed golfing, watching baseball, building birdhouses, and attending his grandchildren's sporting events., A memorial will be held at Layne's Funeral Home in Battle Ground on April 20th at 1:00 p.m., Please sign the Guest Book at


 


 

DAVID MICHAEL ADDIE

David M. Addie passed away on February 12, 2011., There will be an open house in memory of David on Saturday, April 23, 2011 from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM at Kern Funeral Home, 1122 S. 3rd St. Mount Vernon.


 


 

Darrell L. Anderson

Chef Darrell L. Anderson CEC, CCE, AAC, HOF Darrell Lester Anderson of Puyallup passed away on April 10, 2011 in Tacoma, Washington at age 81, just 2 weeks shy of his 82nd birthday after a 2 year illness. Born in Hood River, Oregon on April 27, 1929, the 2nd of three children to Jacob Peter and Ruth Hutson Anderson of Parkdale, Oregon. At his side was his longtime love and wife of 59 years, Catherine. Darrell grew up in a modest house built during the depression by his father on the family homestead in Parkdale. He attended Parkdale Grade and High Schools. He didn't really enjoy school, but he loved fishing and playing baseball, and was given the title "Home Run King". He always said he was lucky to have nothing because he appreciated everything. Darrell's passion became evident early in life. He was drafted into the U.S. Army during the


 


 

Darrell Lester Anderson

Chef Darrell L. ANDERSON CEC, CCE, AAC, HOF Darrell Lester Anderson of Puyallup passed away on April 10, 2011 in Tacoma, Washington at age 81, just 2 weeks shy of his 82nd birthday after a 2 year illness. Born in Hood River, Oregon on April 27, 1929, the 2nd of three children to Jacob Peter and Ruth Hutson Anderson of Parkdale, Oregon. At his side was his longtime love and wife of 59 years, Catherine. Darrell grew up in a modest house built during the depression by his father on the family homestead in Parkdale. He attended Parkdale Grade and High Schools. He didn't really enjoy school, but he loved fishing and playing baseball, and was given the title 'Home Run King'. He always said he was lucky to have nothing because he appreciated everything. Darrell's passion became evident early in life. He was drafted into the U.S. Army during the Korean War in November 1950 where he received his first formal Culinary training. After graduation he became the youngest Culinary Instructor at Fort Lewis. Darrell met Catherine Dickinson, the love of his life, when they were just 14 years old. They were married on September 8, 1951. That winter he left his new bride and was transferred to Camp Coe, Yokohama, Japan where he served 2 years. After leaving the Army in January 1953, Darrell attended the Edison Technical School of Culinary Arts (now Seattle Central Community College). After graduation in 1955, he moved his family to Federal Way. He was chef at several clubs in Washington, as well as owner/operator of Roses Hi-Way Inn, a Washington State landmark at that time. During this period, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Federal Way Chamber of Commerce and President of the Federal Way Boys Club. He also owned and operated King Catering for 25 years. In 1967 he was named Dept. Head of the Culinary Arts Program for the Sea-Tac Occupational Skills Center (OSC) in Seattle. To quote a former student who is a successful chef today, "Darrell's enthusiasm was infectious providing more and more opportunities to learn". He graduated over 2,000 students over the years and retired in 1991. Chef Anderson has been a member of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) Washington State Chefs Assoc. (WSCA) since 1955. He served on the Board of Directors for the ACF WSCA Chefs as well as numerous other positions including chapter president twice. He was also a member of the American Academy of Chefs (AAC) and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1996. He was the first chef in Washington state to receive this award. In 2003 he received the AACs Good Taste Award and, also that year, the Western Region's Hermann G. Rusch Chefs Achievement Award. In 2006 he received the Antonin Careme Medal. He was a longtime member of the Escoffier Society of Seattle as well. He also was a member of the Golden Toque. In 1979 he was named ACF WSCA 'Chef of the Year'. The WSCA has also established a scholarship in his name. His titles included Certified Executive Chef (CEC), Certified Culinary Educator (CCE), American Academy of Chefs (AAC), Hall of Fame (HOF), and Chair Emeritus ACF Senior Chefs Committee. He was well known as a caring advocate for senior chefs. He also served as the national ACFs historian for many years. His personal papers were donated to Renton Technical College where they have a library in his name. Darrell is survived by his wife, Catherine, and their 4 children: Deborah Johnson of Puyallup, Dana Anderson of Matlock, Darwin Anderson of Anacortes and David Anderson of Cle Elum; along with his 2 sisters: Denzel Green and Doris Hill, both of Parkdale, OR. He had 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, April 23, in the Valley Chapel at Mountain View Memorial Park, 4100 Steilacoom Blvd. SW, Lakewood, WA, 98499. Donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation . Darrell was always the teacher and touched many lives. He will be greatly missed, but not forgotten.


 


 

David Diemert

With his family by his side, David Darcy Diemert, a loved father, son, brother, uncle and loyal friend, went to be with the angels in heaven on April 7, 2011. He was born March 21, 1950 in Wahpeton, ND. He attended Captain Gray School, Pasco, WA - Kindergarten; St. Patrick's Grade School, Pasco, WA; St. Thomas Grade School, Coeur d'Alene, ID; IHM High School, Coeur d'Alene, ID - graduated 1968; Spokane Community College (AA in Accounting). He worked in Iowa for his uncle Dean until July of 1969. In July, 1969 he joined the US Navy and served 20 years, first as an Electronics Technician, and later as an Avionics Technician. He was stationed in Lemoore, CA, flying reconnaissance over Europe and the Middle East. He was stationed at Rota, Spain for eight years, during which time he enjoyed extensive travel throughout the Mediterranean region, visiting Greece, Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Cypress. He served aboard the USS Enterprise, the Commander Attack Carrier Striking Force Seventh Fleet, in Tonkin Gulf during the, , serving as crew chief on various aircraft. In May, 1984 he received the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for the Invasion of Grenada. He retired from the Navy in 1989. He moved back to Spokane, WA, earned an AA degree in Accounting from Spokane Community College, and worked for the City of Spokane for 10 years, retiring in 2000. David loved flying and was a private and commercial pilot. He was also an avid reader. David is survived by his daughter, Jill Diemert of Hoboken, NJ; son Sean Diemert of Spokane, WA; his mother and stepfather, Rose and Frank Cheyney of Spokane, WA; his brothers, Rick and wife Sarah Diemert of Denver, CO, Jim and wife Roberta Diemert of Roseburg, OR, Randy and wife Carol Diemert of Rathdrum, ID, Lindsay Diemert of Liberty Lake, WA, Jon Diemert of Spokane, WA, Frankie Cheyney of Gilbert, AZ, and Daniel and wife Devonia Cheyney of Stanwood, WA; his sisters, Debroah and husband Thomas Jansen of Beaverton, OR, Gina and husband Jim Downhour of Spokane Valley, WA, Annette and husband Kevin Hayes of Otis Orchards, WA, Julie Crisp of Spokane Valley, WA; nieces Virginia Marie (deceased), Melissa, Traci, Niki, Melissa, Erin, Jenna, Brittany, Jackie, Katrina, Emilee, Ariana; nephews Ricky, Dean, Jeremiah, Casey (deceased), Kevin, Chad, Christopher, Paul, Jared, Dustin, Trevor, and Seth; numerous great-nieces and nephews. David is preceded in death by his father, Leonard G. Diemert, his niece, Virginia Marie Diemert, and his nephew, Casey Robert Diemert. A Celebration of David's Life will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2011 from 1-5 p.m. at The Luxury Box Restaurant, 10512 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99206 (next to the old University City).


 


 

Dema Howard

A Memorial Celebration will be held for Dema Howard from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2011, at the Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Avenue, Edmonds, WA, 98020. 


 


 

Dennis Karl Fish

Dennis Karl Fish, age 72, died in his home on Friday, March 18, 2011., Born July 10, 1938 to Arthur Fish and Esther Edman in Dupree, SD, he moved to Washington when his father was drafted and stationed at Fort Lewis. He attended Cleveland High School and Western Washington University. Dennis taught biology for 30 years at Lake Stevens High School until retiring in 1990. He directed several plays and was Senior Class advisor. He ran a t-shirt and button-making company, was part of the investing group, Profit, and supported the Jet Chapter of the Knights of Malta. More recently, Dennis turned his talents to Arts West where he was the Late Night Impresario. Those who were fortunate enough to be near him benefited from his generous heart, as he gave so freely. He will be dearly missed., He is survived by his sister, Evelyn Griffin and husband, Marvin; nephew, Arthur Griffin; niece, Cathy Fenton and husband, John; great-nephews, Conor Jacobson, Cory Jacobson and wife, Shylah, Jim Fenton and Johnny Fenton; great-nieces: Lindsay Knight and husband, Mark, and Kayla Griffin., There is no memorial service per Dennis's wishes., Memorial contributions are welcome at:


 


 

Donald C. Kelley

Saturday, April 16, 2011 2:04 PM - Yakima Herald-Republic Staff 

Donald C. Kelley, age 66, attended at home by many members of his adoring family, passed on to his heavenly home on April 12, 2011 after a valiant battle with cancer. Don is survived by his wife, Dolores (Thompson) Kelley of Kettle Falls, his 


 


 

Donald Sheldon Glover

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Donald Warren Franzke

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Dorothy Appleton Pelton

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Dorothy E. Buroker-Roncevich

Dorothy E. BUROKER- RONCEVICH 1925-2011, 86 years of age has left this earth for a better place. On April 13th 2011 she passed peacefully with all her children and most of her family at her side. Dorothy will be deeply missed by all that knew her, she was the center piece of our family and we already miss her very much. Visitation will be Monday from 4-7 PM and funeral services will be Tuesday April 19, 2011 both at Yahn & Son Funeral Home in Auburn. Please visit www.yahnandson.com to sign the online guest book.


 


 

Dorothy F. Nelsen

Dorothy retired from Pacific NW Bell Telephone Company in 1978 with over 30 years of service., Dorothy enjoyed just being outdoors, whether it was planting flowers, working in her vegetable garden or just spending time with her animals., Over the past year she treasured all the friendships made at the Cascade Inn in Vancouver, WA, and participating in all of the daily activities, especially BINGO and her nightly routine of RUMMIKUB., She will be in our hearts forever - We Love You and God Bless You! Dorothy leaves behind many dear friends who are like family., She was preceded in death by, Clarence Nelsen (husband); Melvin and Hilma Fielding (parents); Richard and Paul Fielding (brothers)., A memorial service will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Sat., April 23rd at the Cascade Inn, 11613 SE 7th Street, Vancouver, WA 98683. Her final resting place and graveside burial will at 11:00 a.m. on Mon., April 25th at Willamette National Cemetery, 11800 SE Mt. Scott Blvd., Portland, OR 97086., In lieu of flowers, at Dorothy's request, please make memorial contributions to Community Home, Health and Hospice, 14508 NE 20th Ave., Ste. 201, Vancouver, WA 98686 or Three Rivers Bible Church, 102 Harris Street, Kelso, WA 98626., Please sign Dorothy's guest book at:


 


 

Dorothy J. Huot

Dorothy J. Huot, 83, passed away on April 11, 2011 in Spokane, WA. Dorothy is survived by her four children, Leo Huot, Lynn Welch, Jeff Huot and Mark Huot. Private entombment will take place at Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane. 


 


 

Edmond Earl Dunn

Edmond Earl Dunn Of Tacoma, Washington, passed on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at St Joseph's Hospital in Tacoma. The son of the late Hezekiah Dunn Sr and Ethel Clark Dunn was born May 5, 1928 in Tuscaloosa, AL. He served his country in the U.S. Army from 1948 to 1968. He worked for Puget Sound National Bank for 22 years before retiring in 1992. He accepted Jesus Christ as his savior in 1939 and was a member of the New Apostolic Church. He was a lifetime member of the


 


 

Edward Wynn Dunn

Edward Wynn Dunn, (Age 62) went to be the Lord our Savior on April 11, 2011. Born to David and Helen (Boals) Dunn on January 1,1949 in Highland Park, MI. where he grew up and graduated from Highland Park High School in 1967., In 1972 Ed enlisted in the, , where he served his country for 20 years. He toured Korea and Greece and served in the Persian Gulf War. After Ed retired from the Air Force in 1992, he earned his Associates Degree from SFCC, and his Bachelors' Degree in Business Management and Human Resources from EWU. Ed enjoyed spending time with his wife at Dishman Dodge and Golden Corral. After a meal at Golden Corral they would cruise Division to show off his Dodge Challenger. They also enjoyed their vacations in Seaside, OR and Leavenworth, WA especially during the Christmas Season. He loved the Lord and shared the message of salvation with all who came into his life. Ed was grateful for his family and spoke highly of each of his family members. Ed was survived by his loving wife, Barbara (Conlon) Dunn of 35 years. His seven children, Jeanie, Michelle, Stacy, Rhonda, Jennifer, David, and Annessa, and seventeen grandchildren. Ed was preceded in death by his parents and one grandchild. A Celebration of Life will be held at Berean Bible Church 10910 E. Boone Ave, Spokane, WA on April,20th at 1:00pm.


 


 

Eide Emelia Bronsema

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Els Vanden Ende

Our beloved Els Vanden Ende passed away on April 5, after living a full, adventurous life in her brief 51 years. She was born on July 23, 1959 in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands to Antoinette and Cornelis Vanden Ende. Shortly after the birth of her brother, Pim, the family moved to the U.S. and welcomed the youngest child, Ernie., Els savored sunshine and the outdoors. She loved all animals, was curious about the world and traveled to many different countries. Her most recent trip was a safari in Tanzania, a lifelong dream of hers., While studying Physical Therapy at the U.W., Els met her husband, Ken Gangloff. They wed in the summer of 1982 and soon welcomed two daughters. She loved nurturing her girls and was so proud of the young women they've become. Her job as a therapist concluded as she pursued her passion of creating art with fused glass. She developed into an innovative and distinguished artist and gained many new friends along the way., Els is survived by her husband, Ken; daughters, Elisha and Andie; brothers, Pim and Ernie (Betty); family members in the U.S., Australia and Holland; her extended family of treasured friends; fellow artists; and of course, Bodie., XOXO, Ken, Elisha and Andie


 


 

Emma Jane Brown

Emma Jane Brown Emma Jane Brown, 97, of University Place, passed away April 14, 2011 in University Place, WA. She was born on April 16, 1913 to Thomas and Lois (Wright) Newey at Ogden, UT. She attended school at Ogden High School and Emma later worked as an assistant in a bank trust department. She spent 25 years as a volunteer church service worker doing name extractions. Emma is survived by 3 sons, Thomas L. Varney of Santa Clara, UT, David J. Brown of University Place, WA, and Gene D. Brown of Hillsboro, OR, sister Inez Kruitbosch, 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and numerous extended family and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Wesley J. Brown and daughter Lynda Laney. Funeral service will be held on Friday, April 22, 2011, 11:00 AM, at the Soundview LDS Ward, 4219 Beckonridge Drive W., University Place, WA. Viewing 1 hour before service. Interment at Mountainview Cemetery. Arrangements by Edwards Memorial Center, 253-566-1008. Please share memories and condolences at


 


 

Enid Ruth James

Enid was born in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan on March 6, 1925 to parents Ethel & Harry Maxfield. She lived in the Vancouver area, moved to Bellingham in 1975, and returned to Abbotsford, B.C. in 2008. She loved to play golf, go bowling, and play cards with her friends. She especially loved to play games with her grandchildren and spend time with her family. She passed away in Abbotsford on April 2nd, 2011 at age 86, with family by her side. Enid will be sadly missed by her children, Larry, Carole (Bill) and Lorraine (Leo), 12 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, sister Betty Mae, her caring nieces and nephews, and many friends. Enid was predeceased by husbands, Ted Allanson (1973) & Kenneth James (1986), daughter Verne (1986), daughter-in-law Doreen (2005).Love is a smile, a tear and a touch, Love says little, but means so much, Love is forever, and we give it to you, From the family who thought the world of you. A Celebration of Enid's life will be held at Westford Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 20th at 1 PM followed by a reception across the street at Westford's Broadway Hall. Share memories with the family at


 


 

Esther Lillian Molzan Johnston

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Ferne E. Cox

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Frances Katherine Greer

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Frank Joseph Friedlander

Frank Joseph FRIEDLANDER 83, of Seattle, died April 9th, 2011 surrounded by family and friends. Born April 12th, 1927 in San Diego, graduated high school at 16, sailed until he attended the University of Washington on the GI bill in 1959, and never left. Survived by his four children and the love of his life. Please see www.funerals.coop for more information.


 


 

Fred R. Helms

Fred R. Helms Passed away April 15, 2011 in Puyallup, WA. He was born May 11, 1936 in Fall River, MA. Father, grandfather, brother, friend, and neighbor, much beloved, and will be missed by many. Viewing will be at Curnow Funeral Home in Sumner Monday, April 18, 6-8 pm. Graveside service at Tahoma National Cemetery on Tuesday, April 19, 1:30pm, in Covington. Donations in his honor may be made to the Pulmonary Hypertension Assoc,


 


 

Garretson Horsley

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Garretson Horsley, 84, of Wapato, WA died peacefully Monday, March 28th, 2011, beside his wife at Parkside Nursing Care Center. Garret was born March 24, 1927 in Yakima to Frank Sears and Helen 'Sue' (Garretson) Horsley. He wa


 


 

Gary Lee Hessel

Gary Lee Hessel, 72, formerly of Vancouver, WA, passed away on April 11, 2011, at Valley Medical Center in Renton, WA after a long battle with his health. Gary spent April 10 doing what he loved, watching the final round of the Masters Golf Tournament with his wife Kay and their children. If he could have told us his last wishes we know that this would have been one of them., Gary loved being outdoors hunting, fishing, and golfing, and spending time with his family and friends. He lived a good life and had a great witty sense of humor. Even throughout his last days he was able to make people laugh., Gary was many things throughout his life; beginning as a young firefighter and construction worker with a growing family to a successfully retired entrepreneur who took great pride in his absolutely stunning yard and Koi pond. Even while successfully running his own business he found time to be a good husband, father, and friend., Gary was someone who you could count on to be there to cheer you up, lend a helping hand, or a listening ear. To sum up his great ability to make every situation comical I would like everyone to know what he told his son Gordon when he was last admitted to the E.R. on the 9th of April; "So this is how you get a field trip!" This is how his friends and family will always remember him, making us laugh., Gary is survived by his wife, Kay; children, Gordon, Debbie, Susie, Greg, Jeff, and Jenny; and his many grand and great-grandchildren., Friends are invited to share memories, view photos and sign the family's on-line guest book at, or, Arrangements by Flintofts Funeral Home.


 


 

Gary Lee Lynch

Gary Lee Lynch will be missed. He went to be with dad, mumsy, and his dogs on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. All of his jokes, shenanigans, resourcefulness, love for cars and big heart for his family and friends will be missed. He was a stubborn Irishman born February 23, 1945, and it showed as he persevered through his illness to the end. Our family takes comfort in knowing he is pain free and running with God and his dogs. He will forever be our "Papa.", Gary's spirit will live on through his wife of 33 years, Julie Lynch; his brother Jerry and wife Barb; his children, Lynn and Larry; "Grandpa's Gang" of grandchildren, Cassandra, Leslie, Tyler, Kellie, Shane; and great-grandchildren Diego and Ewalina., From Gary to his family and friends he says, "Goodnight" and "pfft.", Come celebrate his life with his family and friends, Friday, April 22, 2011 at 3:00 PM at:


 


 

Gavin Dustin Milo O'Bryant

Our precious angel Gavin Dustin Milo O'Bryant left us to go play in Heaven on April 8, 2011., Born in Kirkland, WA. on March 20, 2006, bringing nothing but joy and love into the world from that very first moment. Gavin was a fearless, adventurous, perfect little boy with a contagious laugh and a smile and dimples no one could ever say no to! He loved his super heroes, lions, video games and the color green. Even at such a young age he was gifted on the basketball court. When he was particularly proud of a move out on the court, out of nowhere, he would stop everything and give his parents a "salute". He was entertaining in so many ways, especially with his signature dance moves. Gavin wanted to be a police officer when he grew up, just like his daddy., Gavin is preceded in death by grandfathers, Herbert O'Bryant and David Peterman, his uncle Dustin Henthorn, and his aunt Rhonda Perkins. We take comfort in knowing these angels were waiting for our boy with loving arms., Although Gavin was only with us for a short time, he touched so many lives. He is survived by his parents, Cyrus and Reshelle O'Bryant; sisters, Mariah and McKenna O'Bryant; grandmothers, Hamideh O'Bryant and Rita Peterman; grandparents, Dwight & Lynda Little; uncles and aunts Robert and Richard Pinte, Seth and Melissa Almli; cousin and best friend, Aidan Little; and special friend Claire Mitchell., The Bothell Police Officers Guild has set up a Memorial Fund for the O'Bryant family with NW Plus Credit Union. This account will be managed by the Police Officer Guild., The account is:, Bothell Police Officers Guild - O'Bryant Family Memorial Fund #825855, Your contributions are greatly appreciated during this incredibly tough time by the O'Bryant's and their extended law enforcement family.


 


 

George F. Gilstrap

Passed away peacefully at his home on April 6, 2011. George was born in Burke, Idaho on April 12 1925 to George R. and Hester Gilstrap. He served in the, during, . George was an employee of Washington Water Power Co. for 32 years, retiring as a line foreman in 1988. He is survived by his wife, Sonya, and his children: Elaine, Beth, Theresa, Greg, and Jane. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and a 10th great-grandchild is due to arrive soon. George was grateful for the homebound ministry and prayers received through Assumption Parish. A family graveside memorial will be held at a later date.


 


 

Gertrude G. Lozier

Private services will be held at a later date and Gertrude will be laid to rest next to her husband at a private ceremony in Olympia, WA. Memorial contributions are suggested to South Hill Bible Church, 958 E. 29th, Spokane, WA 99203. 


 


 

Gladys O. Johnson

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Gladys Rowena (Bowen) Holmer

Gladys Holmer, 99, of Snohomish, WA passed away on April 11, 2011., Gladys was born on June 3, 1911 at the family home in the Marshland area near Snohomish to Gwenllian and Thomas Bowen. Gladys attended Marshland and Snohomish Schools. In 1935 Gladys married Gustav Holmer., She was preceded in death by her husband of 38 years, Gustav; her mother, Gwenllian; and father, Thomas; her sisters, Alice Mae and Barbara Jean; and brothers, Charles and Edward., Gladys worked most of her working life in the food service business. In the early 1940's Gladys and Mary McGinn owned and operated Mona's Café on First Street in Snohomish. Next, Gladys worked for Swenson's Auction in Snohomish where she operated the lunch counter. In 1957 Gladys went to work for Don and Dan Britton at Britton Brothers Auction managing the lunch counter until the auction house closed in 1990., Gladys had a passion for cooking for her family and friends, and she was happiest when surrounded by them. One of her greatest joys was her twin grandsons, Brent and Brian. She loved her "tea party time" with nieces, Sally and Brook. She was always smiling, positive, and upbeat even in the most difficult of times., Gladys is survived by her daughter, Gwen Ann; and her husband, Bill Melnyk; grandchildren, Brent Melnyk, Brian and his wife, Jane Melnyk; great-grandchildren, Joseph, Gus, Katie, Spencer and Sophie; many other nieces, nephews, family and friends., Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, April 19, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, of Swans Trail, with Pastor Thomas Rohde officiating., Memorials are suggested to Marshland Cemetery Association, 3631 122nd PL. S.E., Everett, WA 98208.


 


 

Gloria Doll Aaroe

Gloria Doll AAROE Passed away on April 13, 2011, peacefully at home surrounded by her family after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Born on May 2nd 1930 in Omaha, Nebraska. Gloria's family moved to Oakland, California, where she attended high school and trained as a nurse. Gloria married her husband Gene in 1950 and they made the Seattle area their home in 1955. Gloria worked with Gene in his land surveying business as well as creating a loving home with their four children in Burien. Survived by her loving husband of 60 years, Gene, son Erik, daughters Althea, Ingrid and Anna, grandchildren Alicia, Rick, Dylan, Charlotte and Travis. A memorial service will be held in the chapel at The Kenney in West Seattle on April 23rd at 2pm. The family asks that memorial gifts be made to Providence Hospice of Seattle.


 


 

Gloria L. Jones

Gloria L. Jones passed away peacefully on April 11, 2011 at the age of 89., She was preceded in death by her husband, David H. Jones., Gloria is survived by her four children, Judy, Larry, Rick and Bob; grandchildren, Tim, Brian, Jason and Katie; and her great-grandchildren. Gloria was truly loved and will be greatly missed., The family would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation to the staff of Bethany at Silverlake for taking such good care of Gloria. She really loved the staff and considered the facility her home., There will be a private family memorial service.


 


 

H. Ron Ballough

Ron Ballough passed away unexpectedly at home in Edmonds, WA on April 8, 2011., Ron was born in California November 21, 1937, and moved to Seattle in 1943 with his mother and brother. Ron graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1955, and met his wife Sharon at the Maple Leaf Baptist Church in 1961. Ron and Sharon married in 1962, and had two daughters., Ron graduated from the, in 1959 with a BA in Business Administration, which he put to use in a long career as an accountant. Ron was a Senior Financial Analyst for Boeing Aerospace Finance and was the Assistant Controller for Western Washington University in Bellingham. After obtaining his CPA certification, Ron started his own tax and accounting business in 1982, which he continued for the rest of his life., In his spare time, Ron enjoyed photographing train stations and ghost towns. Ron was an active church member and volunteered many hours of his time., He is survived by his wife, Sharon; his daughters, Elizabeth and Rebecca; and his three grandchildren., A memorial service will be held Monday, April 18 at 1 p.m. at Highline Christian Church, 14859 1st Ave S, Burien. More information can be found at


 


 

HELEN ANN ANDERSEN

Helen Ann Andersen, nee Van Keppel, was born in Miami, Florida, November 11, 1925., She passed away at home surrounded by her family in Gig Harbor, Washington, March 30, 2011., She was preceded in death by her mother Elizabeth Engelhart Van Keppel and her father, Gerald William Van Keppel., Helen grew up in Kansas City, MO and attended Southwest High School where she graduated in 1943. She graduated from Stanford University in 1947., Stanford was where she met her husband, Richard Andersen. She and Richard lived for many years in the San Francisco Bay Area where she raised three children. In 1969, she and Richard moved to Washington where they lived predominantly since. They spent the last thirty years in Skagit County before relocating recently to Gig Harbor., Helen loved the outdoors. She was an avid hiker and an enthusiastic cross-country skier. Helen hiked many of the trails in the North and Central Cascades. Talk to her of her trail maps and the listener would be treated to a detailed explanation of geology, flora and fauna. She collected native plants for her garden and many became beautiful bonsai., She and Richard were ardent travelers to such diverse places as China, Tibet, Italy, Turkey, Guatemala and Mexico. She was ever the student of the places to which she traveled. Her bookshelves gave testimony to the many hours of research and planning she devoted before and after each trip. Many a trip photo shows a beaming Helen in an exotic location., Helen was a life-long learner. She developed a passion for native plants and the geology of the Cascade Range from her hiking adventures. She continued her education by taking courses at Skagit Valley Community College. Her eager intelligence explored cosmology and music with the same gleeful curiosity., She will be remembered as a loving wife, wonderful mother, true friend to her friends and best friend to her family., In addition to her husband Richard, she is survived by three children, Libby Andersen of San Diego, California, Martha Andersen of Boulder Creek, California, Jim Andersen of Tacoma, Washington and three grandchildren, Colin Richard, John Hanbury and Helene Ann Andersen., A memorial service will be held this summer in Washington, on a warm and sunny day in the mountains she loved., In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to the Washington Native Plant Society, Salal Chapter, 6310 NE 74th St., Suite 215E, Seattle, WA 98115;, or Skagit Alpine Club, P.O. Box 1054, Mount Vernon, WA 98273;


 


 

Helen Ann Andersen

Helen Ann Andersen, nee Van Keppel, was born in Miami, Florida November 11, 1925. She passed away at home surrounded by her family in Gig Harbor, Washington, March 30, 2011., She was preceded in death by her mother, Elizabeth Engelhart Van Keppel; and her father, Gerald William Van Keppel., Helen grew up in Kansas City, MO and attended Southwest High School where she graduated in 1943. She graduated from Stanford University in 1947. Stanford was where she met her husband, Richard Andersen. She and Richard lived for many years in the San Francisco Bay Area where she raised three children. In 1969, she and Richard moved to Washington where they lived predominantly since. They spent the last thirty years in Skagit County before relocating recently to Gig Harbor., Helen loved the outdoors. She was an avid hiker and an enthusiastic cross-country skier. Helen hiked many of the trails in the North and Central Cascades. Talk to her of her trail maps, and the listener would be treated to a detailed explanation of geology, flora and fauna. She collected native plants for her garden and many became beautiful bonsai., She and Richard were ardent travelers to such diverse places as China, Tibet, Italy, Turkey, Guatemala and Mexico. She was ever the student of the places to which she traveled. Her bookshelves gave testimony to the many hours of research and planning she devoted before and after each trip. Many a trip photo shows a beaming Helen in an exotic location., Helen was a life-long learner. She developed a passion for native plants and the geology of the Cascade Range from her hiking adventures. She continued her education by taking courses at Skagit Valley Community College. Her eager intelligence explored cosmology and music with the same gleeful curiosity., She will be remembered as a loving wife, wonderful mother, true friend to her friends and best friend to her family., In addition to her husband, Richard; she is survived by three children, Libby Andersen, of San Diego, California, Martha Andersen, of Boulder Creek, California and Jim Andersen, of Tacoma, Washington; and three grandchildren, Colin Richard, John Hanbury and Helene Ann Andersen., A memorial service will be held this summer in Washington on a warm and sunny day in the mountains she loved., In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to the Washington Native Plant Society, Salal Chapter, 6310 NE 74th St., Suite 215E, Seattle, WA 98115, wnps@wnps.org; or Skagit Alpine Club, P.O. Box 1054, Mt. Vernon, WA, 98273, dhoward@pobox.com.


 


 

Helen Jean (McKay) Cross

Helen Jean (McKay) CROSS Helen Jean (McKay) Cross went home to be with the Lord on April 7, 2011. Born Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada March 5, 1921. Moved to Seattle in 1952. Survived by her four children Ronald (Rikke), Margaret (Peter) Niu, Hilary (Gary), Tom (Karen) and six grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband James of 42 years. Services Saturday April 23, 2011 at 1:00 p.m., Forest Lawn Funeral Home, 6701 30th Avenue SW, Seattle. Remembrances to Billy Graham Evangelical Association 1 Billy Graham Parkway, Charlotte, NC 28201.


 


 

Helen Lou (Burger) Borley

Our family matriarch was lovingly wrapped into the wings of angels and placed into the arms of the Lord, surrounded by her devoted family. Helen is now in heaven with her husband, Arnold W. "Bill" Borley, son Francis C. "Chris" Borley, and her parents Frank and Alice Burger, who preceded her in passing., Helen Lou leaves a legacy as a loving wife, mother, sister, and "Nonnie" to her family. She is survived by five children: Tom Borley (Marilyn) of Pahrump, NV; Mary Morrill (Greg) of Morgan Hill, CA; Kathy Lund (Eddie) and Julie Nelson (Tom) of Modesto; Alice Nelson (Mark) of Selma, CA; sisters Mary Alice Cronin of Spokane, WA; Carol Ann Goodman of Harrison, ID; brother Frank Burger of Spokane, WA; 21 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. She was a parishioner of Our Lady of Fatima Church, where she was an active member of Catholic Daughters for years and had a life-long abiding faith., Born and raised in Spokane, she married the love of her life, Bill Borley, in 1950. Together for 40 years until Bill's death, they moved with their six children from Spokane to Modesto in 1963., We have cherished family memories of summers spent at the family cabin in Loon Lake, WA. She delighted in being a wife and mother, playing bridge with dear friends, collecting loon items, sewing, crocheting, and doting on her grandchildren. We will miss her sense of humor, infectious laugh, and her commitment to family and faith., Visitation will be on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm, with an evening vigil service to follow at 7:00 pm at the Franklin and Downs McHenry Chapel, 1050 McHenry Ave., Modesto, CA 95350. A funeral Mass will be conducted Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 10:00 AM at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, 505 W. Granger Ave., Modesto, CA 95350. Interment to follow at St. Stanislaus Cemetery., In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent to the, , 225 N. Michigan Ave., Floor 17, Chicago, IL 60601 or, online at


 


 

Helen Mary FORMAN

Helen Mary FORMAN Helen Mary Forman nee Konoski, 83, courageously and peacefully passed away with her family by her side on March 19, 2011 in Seattle, WA. She was born into a large extended family on June 18, 1927 in Kenora, Ontario, Canada, the daughter of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Bolshevik Revolution. In 1961 Helen immigrated to Washington State with her husband and children. She worked as an executive secretary for Long-Bell and then Boeing for many years. Helen was a beautiful woman who will be always be remembered for her selfless compassionate nature, enduring love for home and family, traditional Ukrainian cooking and unsurpassed baking. At sunrise on the last day of winter she was born through death into the spring of new beginnings. Our mother and grandmother was dearly loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed. Helen is survived by her 4 children, daughters Marcia Felt and Sandra Locklear, sons Leslie Forman and Larry Forman, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, brother William Konoski and family of Kenora and countless relatives across Canada. The family would like to thank the staffs of Providence Mt. St. Vincent and Swedish Hospital for their dedicated care. A Memorial Liturgy with Panakhyda will be held Friday, April 29, 2011 at 11:00am at St. Francis of Assisi, 15236 21st Ave. SW, Burien, WA 98166 with reception to follow. Please go to www.bonneywatson.com to sign the online guestbook.


 


 

Hugh S. Ferguson

Hugh S. FERGUSON Hugh Sutherland Ferguson passed away March 21, 2011 at the age of 94 after a brief illness. Hugh was a true Seattle native and proud of it. Born August 15, 1916, to Ruth Schram Ferguson and George A. Ferguson in Seattle, he had deep roots in the Northwest. Ancestors include Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens and Seattle Business Pioneer John Schram. As a young girl, Hugh's mother Ruth witnessed the 1889 Seattle Fire. Hugh had fond memories of grow ing up on Capitol Hill with twin sister Ann and brother Jack. He graduated from Broadway High School where he lettered in golf - a lifelong passion. Summers were spent at Chevy Chase Inn on Discovery Bay where he devel oped a love for the outdoors - climbing the major peaks of the Olympics. Hugh attended the University of Washington (1936) where he affiliated with the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity (DKE) with whom he enjoyed a lifelong association. Life was an adventure for Hugh. Among the most formative was his 5 years of service as an officer in the US Army during WWII. He was stationed on Attu Island in the Aleutians and then Okinawa, where building airfields led to a 70-year construction career. In 1946, he married his beloved Jane Avery with whom he shared a 42- year partnership, enjoying a life of friends, family, and world trav el. Together they took great joy in the establishment of their beauti ful garden in Medina, a highlight of many garden tours, including 'Farmer Ferg's corn patch'. Their daughter Ellen was born in 1950, and as a close knit trio they shared a love of travel and nature, taking trips to distant lands and spending time at their cabin on Discovery Bay. One of Hugh's great legacies was the Ferguson Construction Co. Founded in 1948, the company specialized in commercial con struction, including warehouses, industrial parks and shopping centers throughout the Northwest and Alaska. He pioneered the use of tilt-up concrete construction design. Hugh stayed close to the company after selling it in the early 1980's and is proud of its continued contribution to the community. Following his 'retirement,' Hugh took great pleasure continuing his pursuits in land development, building an excellent collection of Alaskan and Northwest art, and becoming more fully en gaged in civic life. He loved his community and gave back in many ways. The Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation was estab lished in 1987 as a vehicle for the family to enjoy supporting many organizations throughout the Northwest - particularly those related to stewardship of the nat ural environment and its cultural heritage. The Ferguson family received Philanthropy North west's 2005 Top Philanthropic Family Award. Hugh made friends wherever he went, and some of his dearest are from the organizations he funded, whose regular lunches helped keep him in 'the game'. Hugh had a special relationship with the Burke Museum, as a founding board member and enthusiastic participant in many field trips, including dinosaur hunting, archaeological digs, and sailing the Northwest Coast. Hugh loved the natural environ ment and was a true adventurer. From stocking trout in Cascade lakes in the 1930's, to annual fly fishing float trips in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, to partici pating in the first 'civilian' excur sion to Antarctica in the 1970's, to a journey across the Sahara desert, he had an enormous curiosity about the world and en joyment of the people he met along the way. In his late 80's he completed a goal - circumnavi gating the North Pacific, visiting the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Aleutians, and the Alaskan Arctic. He was not just a traveler but a scholar of these parts of the world with a wonderful library to back this up. Hugh was the ultimate people person. He was a joiner and a doer. He was a founding member of Overlake Golf Course and enjoyed a million lunches at the Rainier Club, College Club, and Columbia Tower Club, to name a few. He is a long-time member of Seattle 4 Rotary Club. He thoroughly enjoyed 'cards' with his pals at Broadmoor Golf Club and Seattle Yacht Club in his later years. Many thanks to Hugh's team of Tara, Heidi, Jon, Ginny and Therese who enabled Hugh to continue enjoying his beautiful home and garden with his cat Scampi and to engage in work and community activities until his final days. Hugh's great zest for life, good humor, and gift of friendship will be sorely missed but warmly remembered. Hugh is preceded in death by his sister Ann Shoudy, brother Jack, and wife Jane. He is survived by daughter Ellen (Kumuda Kali), niece Janet Warford, grandniec es and nephew Andy Meucci (Mike), John Warford (Liv), Tori Yapp (Bob) and their children, and nieces and nephews across the country. Remembrances to: Avery-Ferguson Endowment for Excellence, Burke Museum, Box 353010, UW, Seattle, WA 98195 Seattle Public Library Founda tion, 1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104. Tacoma Goodwill Industries, 714 S. 27th, Tacoma, WA 98409 Woodland Park Zoo, 601 N 59th St, Seattle, WA 98103. A celebration of Hugh's life will be held 3-6pm Saturday, May 14, 2011, remarks at 4:15pm. RSVP to hsfMay14@yahoo.com. Meet at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 8398 NE 12th St, Medina. Shuttle ser vice to event begins at 2:45 pm. Online copy and guestbook: www.bonneywatson.com.


 


 

JAMES HENRY KEATING

James Henry Keating, 89, of Anacortes, died Thursday, April 14, 2011 at Rosario Assisted Living in Anacortes., A Rosary Service will be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Anacortes., A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at St. Mary Catholic Church, followed by interment with military honors at Fernhill Cemetery in Anacortes., A reception will be held at the Fr. Auer Center at the Church following interment., A full obituary will be published at a later date., Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc., Anacortes, WA and the San Juan Islands.


 


 

Jack Dillon

Passed away April 7, 2011 in Spokane, WA, at the age of 83. Jack was born in Wichita, Kansas on Decem-ber 15, 1927. Following his father's work as an electrician at oil refineries, he said he moved too many times to count, spending most of his youth in Montana. As a high school freshman he moved to Spokane and attended Lewis and Clark and John R. Rogers High School. He excelled at tennis, winning the city singles championship. During his junior year he left school to join the service during WW II and was stationed at Fort Lewis. After the war he came back to Spokane and graduated high school in 1948. He then moved to Coulee City, WA, to help with his father's amusement machine business where he met and married Bonnie Ewell. There their son and daughter were born. In 1950 he was recalled to active duty in Korea and served in the 453rd Engineers. He recorded movies documenting his service experience and was honored by the South Korean government for this contribution. Jack was a born salesman selling everything from ice cream to classified ads at the Spokesman-Review. In Ephrata he managed the Lee Theaters, sold ads for radio stations KULE and KWIQ and sold neon signs for Heath Sign Company. Jack and Bonnie were very active in the Spokane Yacht Club. After Bonnie retired from AT&T, they moved to Friday Harbor, WA, to be near their daughter and son-in-law. Jack enjoyed adding his own touch of remodeling to his new surroundings. They purchased an RV and traveled the US. Jack and Bonnie were married 58 years. When Bonnie passed away Jack moved back to Spokane. He enjoyed hosting BBQ parties for his friends, watching old motion pictures, where he could identify every actor in every classic movie. Jack lived at the Waterford Retirement Community for his final days. He had a great time telling the staff all the stories of his life -" and there were many. We will all miss those stories Dad. Jack is survived by his son, Dan Dillon and wife, Melody of Spokane; his daughter, Jackie Armstrong and husband, Dane of Friday Harbor; granddaughters, Megan Dillon of Seattle, Jennifer and Jami Armstrong of Seattle; sister-in-law, Esther Fichera of Spokane and numerous nieces and nephews. Rest in Peace and Happy Trails Dad. A graveside memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2011, at 2:00 pm, at the Greenwood Memorial Terrace. HAZEN & JAEGER FUNERAL HOME 1306 N. MONROE is in charge of arrangements.


 


 

Jackie Haight

Jackie was born on March 19, 1951 at Fairchild AFB to Jack and Nancy Retzloff. She is survived by her husband, Rodney Haight; son, Tyler; daughter, Amy and son-in-law John; nephew, Erick Kinnunen and wife Tami with their daughters Britti and Alli; and her mother, Nancy Retzloff. She was preceded in death by her father, Jack in June of 2009. Jackie passed away on the 13th of April, 2011. At her request no services will be held. There will be a family gathering held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to HAZEN & JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, 1306 N. MONROE ST.


 


 

James Marion Collins

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James Michael Beveridge

James Michael Beveridge Beloved father, grandfather, brother, and husband, quietly passed from this life at his home in Louisiana on April 7, 2011. He inspired those around him with courage and determination as he fought a valiant fight. His motto was to live life to the fullest and enjoy each day as if it were the last-and he did. Mike was born on January 22, 1945 in Manti, Utah to Basil A. and Laura May Beveridge. He graduated from West High School in Salt Lake City and joined the


 


 

Jeanette Cook

Mom,, It's hard to believe it's been six years since you've been gone. I remember that day like it was yesterday. It was the worst day of our family's life. There has been so much that has happened. You have three beautiful great grandchildren, Cody, Audrey and Dylen. They are all so beautiful and special in their own ways. I can't help but think how different our family would be if you were still with us. One thing that I have learned since you've been gone is you were truly our rock, the glue that held this family together. We are trying so hard to carry on without you but, some days are just so hard. We all think about you everyday and wish you were still here with us. I remember when you used to tell your grandkids, Shawna, Lindsey, Tyler and Troy "I love you so much it hurts." We miss you so much it hurts. What gets us through these tough times is knowing that someday we will all be in Heaven with you again. Until then, we love you and miss you more than words can say.


 


 

Jeffrey M. "Jeff" Hanley

Jeffrey M. Hanley of Lynnwood, WA, passed away on Dec. 31, 2010 in Edmonds, WA. He was born July 4, 1952 in Baker, OR and was raised in the Pacific Northwest., Jeff studied fisheries biology at the UW and loved the outdoors, especially Puget Sound. He was an avid scuba diver, swimmer, motorcycle enthusiast, skier and fisherman., Jeff had a general contracting business for the past 20 years and was involved in fundraising for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation., Jeff is survived by his wife, Christine; daughter, Chloe; his parents, Bill and Helen Hanley of Vancouver; sister, Sharon Hanley and her husband, John Henderschedt of Seattle; and cousins in Baker, OR., He was preceded in death by his sister, Debbie., There will be a celebration of Jeff's life on Sun., April 24 at the Edmonds Yacht Club, 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., Please make remembrances to the ALS Association, Evergreen Chapter., Please sign Jeff's guest book at:


 


 

Jeffrey Stephen Lewis

Our precious father, son, brother and friend, Jeff Lewis, was sadly taken from us April 9, 2011 after a short illness. Our wish now is to celebrate his life..., Jeff was born in Everett, WA and spent his early years in Marysville, WA, graduating from Marysville Pilchuck High School in 1986. He boxed for the Firefighters Boxing club and even worked his way to nationals in 1982. Jeff dearly loved sports; football and baseball being his favorites., But mostly, Jeff was a family man. He loved and enjoyed every moment with his children. His parents, brothers and sister shared an incredible bond that only grew stronger and stronger throughout the years. His friendships were also his family. Jeff had an uncanny ability to make friends and keep their love forever. As his circle of family and friends grew, so did the amount of love he was surrounded by for the last week of his life., We will never forget his smile, his laugh, his incredible personality, or the special way he loved us all., Jeff is survived by his loving family, son, Marcus Lewis; daughter, Danielle Lewis; loving mother, DeDe Kee (Rich); father, Steve Lewis; brothers, Jamie and Stephen Lewis; sister, Jennifer Lewis; aunts and uncles, Linda and Dennis Allison and Fran and Dale Peters; special cousin, Martie; and special nephew, TJ. Jeff also leaves behind a multitude of close loving friends., A celebration of Jeff's life will be held at the, , 2711 Oakes Avenue in Everett from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2011., Everyone who loved Jeff is invited to share in the fond memories and stories of Jeff's life., In lieu of flowers, donations may be made at the service for his children.


 


 

John Silver Foster

John Silver Foster was born on June 22, 1922 in San Diego, CA and passed away on April 3, 2011 at home in Mukilteo, WA., John will be missed by his family and friends, whom he loved dearly and who dearly loved him., A Celebration of Life service will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, April 21 at Christ Church of Kirkland (CCK), 11725 N.E. 118th St. Kirkland, WA 98034., In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Christ Church Academy at CCK.


 


 

John Vernon Love

Jack Love died April 12, 2011. He was born to Grace and Vernon Love in Monroe, WA October 7, 1935., Jack is survived by his wife, Karen; and his children, John Love (Kim), Steven Love and Kathleen Love; step-children, Gretchen Lewis (Charles) and Daniel VanderWal (Becky); brother, Michael Love (Beverly); and sister, Sandra Munn (Larry). His grandchilren are, Katherine and Stephanie Love, Preston and ShaeLynn Love, Nicole and Natalie VanderWal and Morgan, Shelby and Tori Lewis., Jack was a member of the Sultan Volunteer Fire Department and served on the Sultan City council. Jack spent his life in the construction business, Love Construction and J. Love Builders. He retired from Taco Time/Tonkin family after many years of employment., Donations may be made to Prostate Cancer Fund, SCAA, 825 Eastlake Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98019.


 


 

John W. Dawson

John W. DAWSON Born July 22, 1915 in Ellensburg, WA, Jack passed away April 12, 2011 in San Antonio, TX at 95. He graduated from Ellensburg High School in 1933 and worked as a welder, blacksmith, mechanic, and backhoe operator. He was a member of the Operating Engineer's Union for 69 years and the Swauk Teeanaway Grange for 74 years. He played accordion in country bands in the 30s and 40s in the Kittitas Valley. He married Charlotte V. Mann in 1936 and they enjoyed 63 years together until her passing in 2000. He is survived by a daughter, Sharleen Joann Klint, 9 grandchildren, and 8 great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Janice Lorraine Doolittle, and his son, Ward John Dawson. The funeral will be Saturday, April 23 at noon at Evergreen- Washelli in Seattle, with burial in Edmonds. Donations to Samaritan's Purse or Swauk Teeanaway Grange.


 


 

Joseph A. Haddad

Mr. Joseph A. Haddad passed away on February 6th, 2011 at Sacred Heart Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born in Lebanon on January 2, 1938 and moved to Hawaii in 1956 to live with his aunt. He joined the Air Force and was stationed at Hickam Air Force Base until 1960. He lived in Spokane for 22 years at the Collins Apartments, and the last year in an assisted living facility. His cremation took place at Cheney Funeral Chapel and Crematory and he was buried at the Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Medical Lake, WA. Joseph was known for his simple appreciation of life and was a gentleman to all that came in contact with him. Memorial contributions may be made to the Veterans Homeless Program, 705 West 2nd, Spokane, WA. 99202.


 


 

Joseph Scott Brewer

Joseph Scott BREWER (Joey) Of Seattle, passed away on Friday, April 8, 2011 at home. Joey was born on September 17th, 1975 in Seattle, Washington. He was raised in New York and Washington. Joey attended Farestart Culinary School, successfully graduating in 2008. Joey took tremendous pride in his work and is remembered by his community, family and friends as an outstanding chef and accomplished butcher. His passion for food was only exceeded by his love of life. Survivors include his two children, his mother, Mary, and father, Tony; brothers, Stephen and Aaron and his beloved dogs Chloe and Darlah. Chris Nishiwaki, Seattle Food Writer wrote: "Joey Brewer opened up about his tumultuous life with excruciating candidness when I interviewed him this winter. He was charming and energetic as we was remorseful. He never made excuses or looked back. He looked ahead to the future with optimism."


 


 

Kathleen A. Abendroth

Kathleen A. ABENDROTH 20 August 1937 ~ 10 April 2011 Kathi's short, but valorous battle with cancer came to a sudden and unexpected end, although thankfully, quite peaceful was her passing. This was her second battle with the dreaded "C", having survived the previous seven years cancer free. Born in Seattle, WA unto John and Eleanor (Geary) Judkins. Kathi spent her childhood growing up on Sunset Hill, and graduated from Holy Angels High School in 1955. Also in 1955 she married her soul mate and love of her life, Ray "Ab" Abendroth. They would spend the next 56 years entwined, raising four children, then with an empty nest embarking on a journey of self exploration and adventure. Since 1960 they lived in a great home, with much history, in the heart of Ballard. Mom took great pride in her home and her yard, never failing to impress. Family gatherings always had that special touch and one could always find her out tinkering in her often highly complimented gardens. On a whim Kathi began researching her and Ray's family heritage about 30 years ago and impressively compiled a genealogical record that stretched back into the early 1600's. Her and Ray embarked on many trips across the U.S. and Europe to see new found relatives and friends and gather new family knowledge. She was the founder and originating president of the Judkins Family Assoc. What Kathi valued most was spending time with family and friends, she has touched all our hearts and will be deeply missed. We Love You! Kathi is preceded in death by her husband Ray, who passed only 4 weeks prior. They exchanged vows all those years ago to be together "until death do we part" and yet they were only apart for 27 days before being reunited. Soul mates they truly are, "together forever", they begin their new journey hand in hand. She is also preceded in death by her parents, John and Eleanor; her brother, J.J. and her sister, Maureen. Kathi is survived by her loving children, Ron, Don, Scott (Gloria), Susie (Kris); 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins; last but not least is her pup "Cookie". Eternal rest grant unto her, O'Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May the soul of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 11:00a.m. at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church located @ 5816 15th Ave. N.W., Seattle, WA 98107. Reception following. Burial services will be held that afternoon @ Calvary Cemetery, 5041 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA 98105. All are welcome. Remembrances may be made to the Medic One Foundation, MS 359747, 325 Ninth Ave., Seattle, WA 98104-2420. Sign Kathi's Guest Book at www.Legacy.com.


 


 

Kenneth Dale Scott

Ken was born in Everett, WA and spent most of his life there., His mother, Violet Scott, and father, Dale Scott, preceded him in death., Ken has two sisters, Betty (Scott) Keller and Sharon (Scott) McClellan; and many nieces and nephews, whom he never forgot their birthdays or important events in their lives., He attended Lowell School, Cascade High School and graduated from the, . His first job was as a forest fire lookout near Packwood, WA. Since he wanted to help people, he joined the Peace Corps and went to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. From there he traveled to Afghanistan to collect wheat samples for the United Nations. Then on to Morocco and Saudi Arabia to teach their military pilots to speak the English language. When he returned to Everett he picked his favorite subject, stamp collecting, and worked at Odyssey Stamp and Coin Shop until his health began to decline. Ken will be deeply missed by his family and many friends., Per his request, no services will be held., Arrangements entrusted to Purdy & Walters with Cassidy, Everett, 425-252-2191., Please sign the guestbook at


 


 

Kenneth Edward Backman

Kenneth Edward Backman passed away on April 10, 2011, on his 78th birthday in Bellingham, WA. He was born on April 10, 1933, in Renton, WA to Matts Leander Backman and Ida Johanna (Kronquist) Backman. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters Elma Haywood and Vega Sneddon and his brother Clarence Backman. Ken is survived by his wife Clarice whom he married in 1961. Son Eric (Sarah), grandsons Nathan and Caiden and daughter Sara Backman. Nephews Bill Haywood, Reg (Marie) Haywood and their families. John Sneddon and his family and Doug Sneddon. Sister in law Sue (Dave) Munro and their families. Brother in law Doug (Sharon) Nyhus and their families. He also leaves many cousins in Finland. Ken served in the


 


 

Leanor J. Thornburg

On March 27th, 2011, heaven got lucky and received an angel, our beautiful mom and our best friend, Leanor J. Thornburg of Vancouver, WA. She was born in Burns, OR on March 16, 1927., Our mom will always be remembered by her kind and gentle soul. Her joy for life was evident to all that had met her. Leanor cherished her life long friendships. Her true legacy of love, kindness and respect will live on in the hearts of those who knew her., Leanor is survived by her daughters, Joan Stone and Debbie Thornburg; grandchildren, Casey and Cari Inman, Chelsee Stone and Dane Kelsey; and great-grandchildren, Mihkayla and Allie., She was preceded in death by her son, Donnie Thornburg., A celebration of her life will be announced at a later date., Because of her great love of animals, memorial donations may be sent to the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society or an animal shelter of your choice., Please sign Leanor's guest book at:


 


 

Leonard M. Hill

On April 12th, 2011 at 6pm Leonard M. Hill passed from this Earth in Sequim, WA. He was born January 2, 1929 in Spokane and was raised here. Leonard was a friend to everyone he met and one of the kindest souls to walk this planet., His good humor and his jokes always made people smile. Leonard went to high school at Lewis and Clark and got a business degree at Kinman College. He worked for 37 years as an accountant and was with his wife of 53 years, Elizabeth (Obrien), who he lovingly cared for until her death from Alzheimer's in 2006., As his health failed Leonard needed to be closer to family so he moved to Sequim in 2010. A resident of Sherwood Assisted Living he was happy and very well cared for. Leonard is survived by his two sons, Larry (wife Cheryl and grandson Ian) of Ellensburg, WA and Michael (his Partner Anthony Vetro) of Sequim, WA; two sisters Kitty Johndrow of Spokane and Betty Winsett of Alabama; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Tuesday, April 19 from 12-7pm with Vigil Rosary services beginning at 7pm, all at the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday, April 20, at 10am and will be celebrated at The Jesuit House Chapel, 1106 N. Astor, Spokane, with committal to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to, , 910 W. 5th Ave., Suite 256, Spokane, WA 99204. Please visit Leonard's tribute and leave a condolence at, Arrangements have been entrusted to:


 


 

Lloyd "Skip" Jensen Jr.

Passed away peacefully at home on April 14th, 2011, with Vickie, his loving wife of ten years and his family, by his side. Many dear family members came to visit him at home prior to his passing away., Skip was born in Helena, Montana on December 3, 1944., He is survived by his wife Vickie, mother-in-law Loretta and father-in-law Martin; his son Jarrod and daughter-in-law Stephanie; and his two other sons Stevie and Stephen. He also is survived by three grandchildren as well as his precious pet Peppi., Family and friends can honor Skip's memory and bless Vickie and the children by attending his memorial Saturday, April 23rd, at 3:00 at Spokane Cremation & Funeral Service, on 2832 North Ruby. A potluck following the service at, Post 1435, 212 South David Road.


 


 

Lorene Virginia Drussell

Lorene Virginia DRUSSELL Lorene was born on Feb 3, 1918 in Davenport, Iowa, the daughter of Charles Raymond Kirk and Norma Violet (Outzen) Meyer. She grew up in Davenport, Pontiac, MI and Waukesha WI. She completed her junior year at Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and left in 1937 to elope and marry Victor E. Drussell. They were married 60 years until his death in 1997. They lived in Milwaukee & Kenosha, WI and Terre Haute, IN and in 1951 moved with their daughters to Seattle. Lorene is survived by her brother Julian "Bud" (Choon) Meyer, three nieces and their families. Daughters, Susan Drussell Peterson and Marie Drussell. Three grandchildren; Vicky Peterson, great-granddaughter Monique (Brandon) Bale, Ed Peterson and Dan (Angie Chinn) Peterson. Lorene was a past Worthy Matron of Rada Uphus OES and a lifetime member of Lei Aloha Lodge, Honolulu, HI. She was a retail clerks union member, a Girl Scout leader instructor and a volunteer Seattle school math tutor. She passed away peacefully in Seattle on March 27, 2011. Private services were held.


 


 

Lylias Irene Hendrickson

Lylias Irene Hendrickson 7/26/1917 to 4/4/2011 A reception Celebrating Lylias's life will be held at Westford's Broadway Hall, 1300 Broadway, on Tuesday, April 19th at 2 PM.View full obituary, photos of Lylias and share memories with the family at


 


 

Madeline Janovec

Madeline Meza Janovec passed away on March 4, 2011 from Burkitts Lymphoma at the Ray Hickey House in Vancouver, WA. She was born on Feb 14, 1935 in Los Angeles, CA., Madeline was the owner of Janovec Studio and Gallery in Portland, OR. She retired as a part-time instructor from Clark Community College in Vancouver, WA and Portland Community College in Portland. Madeline was very active in the Portland Art community., Madeline is survived by her daughter, Pietra Anna Kaplan; sister and brother-in-law, Stephania Potter and Richard Potter; nephews, Brett Dennis, Jay Boyette, Kaarlo Jonas, Sam Potter and Dan Potter; and her long term friend, Martin Anderson., She was preceded in death by her husband, Duane Rouse; parents, Joachim "Chuck" and Martha Janovec; sister, Mary Ann Boyette; and brother, Michael Janovec., Please sign Madeline's guest book at:


 


 

Manley Dorothy

Dorothy Belle Manley passed peacefully in Bellingham on March 28, 2011. She was born January 17, 1912, in Tomahawk, Wisconsin, to Floyd and Thora Clark. On April 2,1937, she married Winton Manley of Lake Samish. They enjoyed 71 years together before his death in 2008. She was also preceded in death by siblings Edith Fisher and Buddy Clark, and grandson Michael Chervenock. She is survived by daughters Maureen (Stephen) Ware of Bellingham, Mary (Tom) Johnson of Tacoma, and grandson James Chervenock of Bellingham. In 1916, after her father's career in vaudeville, she and her parents moved to her grandparent's farm in Erie PA. In 1918 the family moved into Bellingham where her father started Clark's Candy Company. Dorothy worked with her father dipping and packaging chocolates to sell at Bellingham's Public Market. After graduating Whatcom High School in 1930, she worked at the Mt. Baker and Grand theaters as an usherette. She managed the lunch program at Whatcom Middle School, where she became well known for her baking, especially cinnamon rolls. She loved the children who worked for her, often providing a safe haven for those who were being teased. For over 70 years she and her husband worshiped at Bellingham's First Congregational Church, where she was active in many church activities. She was deeply devoted to her family, and adored animals, especially cats. She was involved in Bluebird and Campfire Girls with her daughters. She was a wonderful cook, a flawless housekeeper, and loved to host family events. She will always be remembered for her great sense of humor. Our family thanks the caregivers at A Loving Heart Adult Family Home, where for the past three years they have provided loving and compassionate care to our mother, and to the Whatcom Hospice caregivers who comforted her in her final days. A memorial is scheduled for Monday, April 18th at 2:00 at the Bellingham's First Congregational Church at 2401 Cornwall Ave. in Bellingham. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Whatcom Hospice or the First Congregational Church Memorial Fund.


 


 

Margery (Wilson) Kristin

Margery Wilson Kristin passed away on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at home in a peaceful manner consistent with the way she lived her life. Known by her family and friends as Midge or Margie, she was that rare persona these days, a Coeur d'Alene native., Born in Coeur d'Alene on April 6, 1920, she was the second daughter of Harold and Clemma (Acton) Wilson. The Wilsons had relocated to Coeur d'Alene from Plummer, Idaho after previously moving from their Missouri roots. Her parents operated Fort Grounds Grocery at 710 River Avenue. The family resided on the second floor of the business until Margery was five years old. Then, in 1925, they moved to a larger home, which her parents built in the Fort Grounds at 204 Military Drive. The Wilsons later moved to their final residence located in Hayden Lake in 1940. Her grandfather Wilson, who operated a grocery store in Plummer, Idaho, loving nicknamed her "Spud"., Margery idolized her father, who was a well-know businessman and investor in Kootenai County. One of his notable achievements was being a charter member of the Hayden Lake Country Club. Among his many real estate holdings was a building housing the Victor Apartments and Miller Café. That structure, located next to Lake Coeur d'Alene at Sherman and First Street, was later leased to Bob Templin who converted it to Templin's Hotel. Templin operated the hotel and restaurant concurrently with the North Shore Hotel, which occupied the adjacent property. Today, the original Victor locale serves as the site for the Coeur d'Alene Resort clock tower. The Wilson family sold the so-called Templin's property to Duane Hagadone in 1984, so he could incorporate it into his vision for the world class resort he developed on the former North Shore premises., Midge attended Coeur d'Alene public school before matriculating to the University of Idaho where she earned a degree in Home Economics in 1942, and enjoyed membership in the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Immediately after college, she worked briefly at her father's office until she was hired by the Buroker-Hicks Flying Service that trained Army pilots at Geiger Field (now Spokane International) during World War II. When they went out of business, she parlayed her education as a dietician to hire on as a baker in the test kitchen of Centennial Flour Mill in Spokane. Except for her time in Spokane with Centennial, Midge spent her entire life in Coeur d'Alene., She married George Kristin on November 17, 1945. George, a civil engineer from Iowa, had been stationed at Geiger Field while serving in the Army when they met. After marriage, she became a devoted homemaker and mother. Later, with her family grown, Midge was employed by the Kootenai Extension office prior to joining the Kootenai County Fair staff as Board Secretary and Premium Coordinator in 1976. She worked each "Fair Season", which usually runs from March through August, for more than 25 years. This position provided some of her happiest memories. And, in 1994, she even won a premium award for a knitted tablecloth she had entered in the competition. The Coeur d'Alene Press chronicled her Fair activities in a couple of articles published in 1997 and 2000., Midge's religious passion led her to an extraordinary commitment of time and energy while involved with Community United Methodist Church for several decades. Her son, Bill, once claimed that she was "busy running the Methodist Church". One of her most precious experiences was a trip to the Holy Land in 1984, with many friends. It proved to be enlightening and moving spiritually., She also enjoyed driving cancer patients to their appointments in Spokane for nine years before Kootenai Health had a cancer center to treat these patients, which she did with one of her dear friends, Betty McLain. That program was called "Road to Recovery". On many Saturdays she volunteered at La Crosse Health & Rehab Center until her own health precluded further participation. The kids at Children's Village knew her as "The Milk Lady" for her regular deliveries of milk for their delighted consumption. The Inland Northwest Blood Center, the Coeur d'Alene Press's "Christmas for All" annual holiday fund raiser, and the American Cancer Society were yet other beneficiaries of Margery's charitable endeavors., Deservedly, in 2001, Midge was recognized for her devotion to the community, especially for her chauffeuring of needy cancer patients to Spokane, when she was named the Vernone T. Lannen Public Health award winner for her contributions and dedication to the Panhandle Health District. She credited her parents for instilling her with a giving nature. Like her father, Midge preferred to function in a very understated and quiet manner as she conducted her involvement in community and personal activities. These efforts brought her great joy and she hoped that her contributions provided a positive influence to the organizations she served., In addition to her many community contributions, Midge enjoyed knitting, baking, swimming, biking, reading, and especially gardening with her daughter, Kay. Summer time spent with the family at their cabin in Sunset Bay on Hayden Lake provided many enjoyable occasions for her. Socializing with her many treasured friends provided innumerable hours of pleasure and generated an abundance of fond memories. Indeed, by her own account, she led a full and satisfying life., Interestingly, she claimed as one of her philosophies "the practice of life was best served if the left hand didn't always know what the right hand was doing". And, she believed that a smile can go a long way and help erase wrinkles, too. One of her favorite biblical verses includes the words, "and the wisdom to know the difference", to which she liked to add, "and the wisdom to keep my mouth shut"., Midge was preceded in death by her father in 1970, her mother in 1983, her husband, George in 1996, and her sister, Irene Schroeder in 2001. She is survived by two sons, Bill Kristin (wife Charlyn) and Keith Kristin (wife Sarah), both of Spokane, and her daughter, Kay Kristin of Coeur d'Alene. Additionally, she thoroughly loved her wonderful, very special five grandchildren and two great grandchildren, Mark Kristin (wife Heather and children, Sophia and Wilson) of Spokane, Staci Kristin (husband Chris Burke) of Portland, Shawna Kristin (husband Anders Hopperstead) of Vancouver, B.C., Ryan Kristin (wife Betsy) of Wilsonville, OR, and Lisa Kristin of Seattle. Other survivors include niece, Jill Williamson (husband Lee) of Hayden Lake; nephew, Tom Spear (wife Gloria) of Florida; and twin grandnieces, Julie (Rolfe) Grabowski and Joanne Rolfe of Coeur d'Alene., Please join the family in celebration of Midge's long, enjoyable, and worthwhile life 1:00 P.M. Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at the Yates Funeral Home, Coeur d'Alene Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in Midge's name to the North Idaho Fair Foundation, c/o Ron Ouren, Treasurer, 2823 Marceille Dr., Coeur d'Alene, ID 8315 or Hospice of North Idaho, 9493 N. Government Way, Hayden, ID 83835. You may visit Midge's online memorial and sign her guestbook at


 


 

Marjorie M. COOK

Marjorie M. COOK Age 92. Born, Aug. 27, 1918 in Seattle. Passed away peacefully on April 6, 2011 in Kirkland WA. Preceded in death by her husband, Harold V. Cook and daughter Margaret Barone. She is survived by her brother Donald Mallett, son David Cook (Sandra), son-in-law Robert Barone, grandchildren; Jeffrey Cook, Mark Cook (Kellee), Michael Barone (Wendy), Amy Hoffman (Keith), great grandchildren; Joelle, Dawson and Asher Cook, Julia and Thomas Barone, and Kristen, Karen and Mitchell Hoffman. Memorial services will be held Saturday, April 23, at 2:00pm, at Calvin Presbyterian Church, 18826 Third Ave. NW. Shoreline WA. In lieu of flowers, donations in Marjorie's name can be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation .


 


 

Marjory Lassen

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Maurice Alhadeff

Maurice ALHADEFF Maurice passed away on 4/8 of pancreatic cancer. He is survived by his mother Esther Soriano Piliavin and step father Larry Piliavin, who can be reached at 2403 NW 15th St, Battle Ground WA 98604. Ph 425-445-2929. No flowers please. Donate to your favorite charity or the curePSP foundation.


 


 

Melinda Lou Brandvig

Melinda was born in Wadena, MN October 20, 1937 and passed away April 7, 2011 in Everett, WA., She is survived by her sons, Brent Louis Brandvig (Leanne) and Bart Gerard Brandvig (Tracie); grandson, Benjamin Lee Brandvig (Jera); and granddaughters, Brenda Louise Brandvig-Stone (Seth) and Brooke Lynn Brandvig., A private service will be held on April 29, 2011 at Purdy and Walters at Floral Hills in Lynnwood, WA. Memorial open house will be held on April 30, 2011. Call family for details.


 


 

Michael Bialowski BENETT

Captain Michael O. Bialowski BENETT Lt. Commander Polish and British Navy, age 92, passed away April 11, 2011. In lieu of cards or flowers the family is especially grateful for the staff on 3SW at Swedish Medical Center, First Hill, for their compassionate care. Memorial donations may be made by mail or online to the Swedish Support Fund at the Swed ish Medical Center Foundation - 800 Broadway Ste 1000, Seattle, WA 98122 (www.swedishfoundation.org)


 


 

Michael Patrick Campbell

Michael Patrick Campbell was born in West Covina, CA on August 26th, 1968 to Anthony and Patricia Campbell. He went to spend the rest of eternity with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on April 8, 2011 after a very brief illness., He is survived by his mother and father; his brothers, Tony Jr. (Barbara) and Steven; his daughters, Samantha and Jennifer Campbell; and his grandson, Orion Drake; as well as numerous other family members and close friends., A celebration of his life will be held at Calvary Chapel of Lake Stevens on April 23rd, at 3:00 p.m.


 


 

Midge Dodge

Midge DODGE Of Issaquah, loving wife to Bruce, passed Friday, April 8th, 2011 at home. She was 64. A celebration of her life will be held 2pm, Saturday April 23rd at East Shore Unitarian Church in Bellevue. Directions, photos and a full obituary at www.FLINTOFTS.com. Flintoft's Funeral Home, 425-392-6444.


 


 

Natalie Chichester

Natalie Chichester of Snohomish, WA passed away April 8, 2011 after an extended illness. A special time for sharing memories and honoring Natalie will take place today, April 17, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at her home in Snohomish, WA.


 


 

Patricia Florance Lobb

Saturday, April 16, 2011 2:04 PM - Yakima Herald-Republic Staff 

TOPPENISH - Patricia Florance Lobb, 96 of Toppenish, passed away at the Foster Retirement Center in Toppenish on Monday, April 11, 2011. She was born in Toppenish, the daughter of William Joseph and Rose (Iderrington) Laddrout.


 


 

Pearl Lucille (Holmquist) Jacques

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Perry Ahlf

It's with our deepest sorrow to announce the unexpected passing of Perry on April 14, 2011. Perry was born December 28, 1943 to Bud (Eugene) and Eleanor Ahlf and was a graduate of Medical Lake High School, class of 1962. Perry was a lifetime resident of Medical Lake where he lived and worked the farm his family homesteaded with his brother Bill and father Bud, who preceded him in death. Perry also had a long career with the Great Northern and Burlington Northern Railroad, retiring in 2003. Perry was a truly amazing man, he loved the outdoors, hunting, four wheeling, snowmobiling and being with friends and family. But most of all he loved fishing, he never passed up the chance to fish and usually out fished everyone. He was one of a kind, if you knew him you were truly honored, he loved his family and friends deeply and in return he was loved and cherished by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife; Jane Ahlf at the home. Children; Vic Ahlf and his wife, Colleen. Lynn Alderman and her husband John and Michelle Sullivan and her husband John, Mother; Eleanor Ahlf. Sister; Donna Grub. Brother; Bill Ahlf. Grandchildren Justin, Charli, Sydney, Catie, Kris, Nick and Aimee. Four nieces and one nephew. Several cousins and his trusty o'l buddy, Ossie (his dog). We lost a great man there will forever be a void in our lives till we see him again. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Johns Lutheran Church in Medical Lake in his memory. A funeral service will be held on Saturday April 23, at 1:00 p.m. at the Medical Lake High School Auditorium followed by burial at the Medical Lake Cemetery. Friends may sign the online guest book at


 


 

Phillip S. Bursett

Phillip S. BURSETT Passed away peacefully on March 27th after a brief but rapid illness. Born on Feb 10, 1932 to Maurice and Beryl Bursett, Phil spent his early years in Seattle, graduating from Roosevelt HS and UW in Business Admin. He was involved with Delta Tau Delta fraternity and the Reserve Officer Training Corps. Upon graduation Phil served his country as lieutenant for the Army's 82nd Airborne. He studied Optometry in Chicago at the Illinois College of Optometry, serving as class VP and graduating with honors in 1961. Returning to Seattle, he met and married his beautiful Swedish wife Marianne Hellberg. He opened a private optometry practice and served his patients and the Lions Club for 35 years. Not one to sit idle, Phil enjoyed weekends with his family at his family's beloved Hood Canal cabin that he helped to build. In retirement, he was fulfilled with co-ed volleyball and softball. His softball team (the Bellevue Blues) bestowed him many awards, including 2010 Player of the Year. A fierce patriot, Phil volunteered many hours to the USO, assisting our men and women in uniform. His favorite hobbies included sports, live music and theater. It is difficult to say which attributes he will be most remembered by, because there were many, including: patriotism to his country, profound generosity, fierce loyalty, great love of family and friends, strong sense of humor and quick wit. Perhaps a quality that many will embrace, was his humility. Though he was a proud man, he did not wear his pride on his sleeve and lived his life modestly. Preceded in death by his parents and his wife Marianne of 47 years, Phil is survived by his brother Bernard, daughters Kyle, Lisa, and Nina and granddaughters Anna and Eva. There will be a private celebration of his life. Please make donations in his memory to the USO or Lions Club.


 


 

RICHARD W. "DICK" GREENING

His family mourns the loss of Richard (Dick) W. Greening, a, veteran of, , a school, and administrator, a photographer of considerable skill, an outdoorsman, a music lover and trumpeter, a devoted friend to dogs, and the beloved husband of the late Avis Greening., Born in Chicago, Ill, in 1923, Richard was a resident of Anacortes since 1990. He spent his retirement years in the Pacific Northwest pursuing his hobbies- gardening, canoeing, fishing and bridge. He passed away on April 3, 2011., He is survived by five children, ten grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and his cherished German shepherd, Duke, who has been re-homed. He also leaves behind many hundreds of former students whose lives were enriched by his commitment to learning. For part of his career, he taught at a boarding school in Tucson, Ariz. One of his students from those days recalled, "He was a stern and comforting figure to a frightened boy far away from home. He was also a patient math teacher, and I didn't run into many of those.", A graveside service will be held April 23rd, 1:00 pm, at Grandview Cemetery in Anacortes.


 


 

Richard Anderson Jr.

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Richard C. Campbell

Born May 18 1955 passed away at Holy Family Hospital in Spokane Washington on April 8 2011. He was a man who enjoyed life to its fullest, with a strong since of adventure. He enjoyed travel, and his job as a merchant marine took him all over the world. He was tough and macho but also caring and loyal. Richard was a unique man that will be truly missed by his mother Joyce Zentz, stepfather Larry, aunts Phyllis and Joann and daughter Alea Leeteg; as well as his cousins and many loving friends. He is now in a better place, with his wife Sandra, brothers David and Dean, and his niece Monique. Services will be held at a later date.


 


 

Richard Edward Brown

Our loving son and brother went home to Jesus on December 10, 2010, born March 8, 1986 to Richard and JoAnn Brown. He was raised in Spokane where he attended Roosevelt Elem., Sacajawea and Lewis & Clark High School. He was the kindest person you could meet. He worked on boats in Alaska, at Gale Insulation and Red Robin. He was very proud to work for them and showed it, just one smile when he first met you and you knew he was a good guy. He was loved by many and will be in many hearts for eternity. Memorial will be held at Fairmount Cemetery (Chapel), 5200 W. Wellesley, Saturday, May 14, 11:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome to come celebrate his life.


 


 

Richard J. (Dick) Bergman

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Robert Arthur Guild

GUILD, Robert, Arthur, D.O., Passed away April 15, 2011. He was born April 10, 1934 in Pendleton, OR to Arthur and Magdaline (Zeller) Guild. He grad-uated from Central Catholic High School in Portland, OR; attended Jesuit Seminary in Santa Barbara, CA before shifting gears and ultimately graduating as a doctor of osteopathic medicine. He was a practicing anesthesiologist in Michigan until his retirement in 1998 when he moved to Spokane to be closer to his grandchildren. He loved golf, the Michigan State Spartans, singing and the Lord God. He was a member of St. Thomas More Parish in Spokane. He is survived by his sister Kathy (Scott) Edwards; brother Paul (Agma) Guild; children Robert (Diana), Kevin, Matthew (Karen), Susan (Kurt), and Donald (Mary); grandchildren Kristina, Kathrine, Samuel, Aurora, Maria, Mariesa; nieces and nephews Sephia, Yirigalem, Mandy, Jessica and Demitri. Vigil Service 6:00PM Tuesday, April 19th at Heritage and Mass of Christian Burial 10:00AM Wednesday at St. Thomas More Parish, 505 W. St. Thomas More Way., Memorial contributions may be made to Regency @ Northpointe, 1224 E. Westview Ct. Spokane 99208.


 


 

Robert Howard "Bob" Ford

Robert Howard Ford ("Bob"), age 64, died suddenly Thursday, March 24, 2011., Bob leaves his wife, Jeannette; and their three children, Robert Ford, Michell Clark and Tiffany Ford; son-in-law, Randy; future daughter-in-law, Robin; and his grandchildren, Katherine and Kassrandra., He also leaves his sisters, Barbara and Linda; along with many neices and nephews., Bob grew up in southern California and always loved the water. He served in Vietnam in the Navy for three years and then went on to graduate from Cal State Northridge University with a BS degree., His greatest love was for his family. Bob loved spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren, extended family and friends. He loved working and always had a smile on his face and a joke waiting to be shared., Bob will be remembered for his generosity, laughter, love of life and his ability to give both his time and love to all he knew.


 


 

Robert L. Hannan

Robert L. Hannan of Alderwood Manor, WA passed away March 30, 2011 in Lake Havasu City, AZ., He was born on October 30, 1931 in Hulett, WY. Bob was a cherished husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather; accomplishing many things in his life., He was a professional wrestler in the 1950's and 60's. He wrestled alongside his long-time friend, Al Fridell. He was a truck driver at heart; driving a million miles across the United States and the Alaskan Highway. He was in the National Guard and continued onto the Genonetic Survey Ship the Pathfinder to Alaska. He was a member of the Teamster Union for 44 years, finally retiring from the Boeing Company in 1992., He is survived by the love of his life, Sandra, whom he married on July 9, 1962. They had three children, Cynthia, Rob, and Samantha; eight grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and cousin, Dorla, of Wyoming., He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert A. and Effie Hannan; sister, Phyllis; and brother, Rocky., He lead by great example, a real mans man. He was a person always there to lend a hand and never a minute late. He was the rock of the Hannan family and will be truly missed by all who knew him., Graveside service will be held at Floral Hills, 409 Filbert Road Lynnwood, WA 10 a.m. Friday April 22, 2011 for the family. Service and reception held for all friends and family at 2 p.m., same day at the LDS Church, 17372 Tester Rd. Monroe, WA.


 


 

Robert Lyons Fraser

Robert Lyons Fraser, resident of Camano Island, WA, died on April 12, 2011 at the age of 65 after suffering from a brain aneurysm., He was born March 25, 1946 in Seattle to his late parents Robert and Eleanore Fraser of Marysville and Camano Island. Robert graduated from Marysville Pilchuck High School and went on to serve in the, for two years. He retired from Edmonds Community College as Director of Maintenance following 32 years of service., Robert enjoyed his retirement years fishing, hunting and boating. However, what brought him the most joy was traveling with his wife and friends and spending time with his family and three grandchildren., He is survived by his loving wife, Peggy; daughters, Lisa Fraser and Jennifer Rex (husband Tracy); and his three grandchildren, Austin (7), Emily (6) and Carson (2)., A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2011 at Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills, 409 Filbert Rd. in Lynnwood, WA., The, was a charity dear to Robert's heart in honor of his parents. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the National


 


 

Roberta Mae Holbrook

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Rosalia N. Colon

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Rose R. Parker

Rose R. Parker was born September 2, 1923 in Los Angeles, CA to parents Louis B. and Ruth B. Coronado. She passed away on April 7, 2011 in Everett, WA at age 87., Throughout her life, Rose enjoyed numerous activities with her family and friends but by far, her favorites were gardening and sewing., Rose is preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Ruth; and her brother, Louis Coronado, Jr., She is survived by her daughter, Gloria Murray; and her son, Michael (Marlene) Adams; sister, Gloria Fishbeck; five grandchildren, Terri and husband Les Strauss, John Struder, Matthew and Michelle Adams, and Aaron Libby; two great-grandchildren, Terian (Rick) Wilson and Jeffrey (Nuvia) Strauss; and one great-great grandchild, Jeffrey M. Strauss, Jr.; niece, Phyllis; nephews, Joe and Jay; and many great- nieces and nephews., A Celebration of Rose's Life will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 13, 2011 at Evergreen Funeral Home, 4504 Broadway in Everett, with a reception to follow the service., A very special thank you to Lee and Art for always being there for Rose; and to a great bunch of Res-Care caregivers, Kathy, Lynn, Ida, Shawna and Patti, and also the outstanding people with Hospice.


 


 

Sam Carey

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Sandra ENG

Sandra ENG Sandra Eng, 78, passed on April 7, 2011 in Seattle, WA. Sandra was born on November 2, 1933 in Toisan, Canton, China. She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas T. Chinn and Fong Ten Ng, and sister, Janet F. Chinn. She is survived by her husband, Wai C. Eng; son, Clifford Eng; daughter, Lynn Eng Chang (Richard); grandchildren, Justin and Kianna Chang; sister, Lori T. Chinn; brother, Ted Chinn and numerous extended family and friends. Visitation and reception will be held at Sunset Hills Funeral Home, 1215 145th Pl. S.E., Bellevue, WA 98007 on Sunday, April 17th, 2011 from 2:00-6:00. Funeral services will take place on Monday, April 18, 2011 at 11:00 in the Chapel of Sunset Hills Funeral Home. Luncheon will follow at Ocean City Restaurant, 609 S. Weller St., Seattle, WA 98104. See full obituary with Guest Book at www.Legacy.com.


 


 

Silverio Edilio "Eddie" Calzada

Silverio Edilio Calzada, --Eddie', was born August 20th, 1942 in Havana, Cuba. He moved to Los Angeles, CA in 1980 where he met his wife Elizabeth. They lived with their two sons Louie and Koreem in Los Angeles until 1989, when they moved to Spokane to be near their family and friends. Eddie and Elizabeth were married on April 2nd, 1990., Eddie loved to sing and dance to any song playing on the radio. He was always very happy and cheerful and he always seemed to be smiling and just wanted everyone to have a great time no matter where we were. Eddie also loved to play Bingo with Elizabeth and loved going to the casino to play blackjack. Eddie loved his family and friends so much and did anything for them. He had a very giving heart and never let anyone he knew go without. His best times were spent with his grandkids, he loved playing with them and he was so happy and proud to be Grandpa to all of them., He is survived by his wife Elizabeth Calzada, two sons; Koreem and Louis, and five grandchildren; Anthony, Ivan, Zion, Analeah, and Alora. He is also survived by his brother-in-laws Louis --Beatle' Redfox (Marian), Larry Redfox (Monica), Aloysiouss --Skippy' Redfox, Jr., sister in laws Doreen Aho and Laney Redfox, Jennifer Nelson and Noemi Crizaldo. He also had a very large extended family of friends from Spokane and Montana, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins whom he loved very much., A memorial service will be held Monday April 18th, 2011 at All Nations Christian Center, 1827 E Pacific, Spokane, WA 99202


 


 

Sue Higel

Passed away April 9, 2011 in Elgin, IL where she had lived five years. Previously she lived many years in Spokane, WA. She was born in Drumright, OK on July 10, 1936. Sue is survived by three sons, Ray Higel of Elgin, IL, Jim Higel and Bill Higel of Spokane, WA, one daughter, Linda Hafer of Los Angeles, CA; her two brothers and two sisters. She has eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.


 


 

Sue Reid

"Sweet Sue" Reid, loving wife, sister, mom, grandmother, and friend, passed away suddenly at home and went to be with the Lord on April 13, 2011., Sue never met anybody she did not consider a friend. There was not a child she was not willing to hold, hug, sing a song to, or share the "Good News" with. She dedicated her life to people in general. She was the epitome of love., Sue graduated from Chief Sealth in 1965 and later graduated from Simpson College with a degree in Bible and Christian Education. Along the way she met the love of her life, Ray. They experienced many joys in their marriage of 41 years, including two sons, two daughter-in-laws, and six grandchildren. She devoted 15 years to the Children's Ministry of Camano Chapel where she touched many young lives for the sake of Christ., She loved to be wherever her grandchildren were and always had something special to give them. You could find her on the floor playing with her grandkids or crammed in a bed full of giggling little ones., Just prior to her entrance into heaven she was able to complete a lifelong dream of visiting the Holy Land, where she was able to walk in the same steps as Jesus did. She is now with Him forever., She is preceded in death by her dad, William Carl Schuman., She is survived by her husband, Ray ,of 41 years; her sons, Jared (Ginny) and Brett (Allison); mom, Era Schuman; brother, Bill Schuman (Cindy Vaughan); beloved grandchildren, Kaitlyn, Blake, Casey, Brayden, Catcher, and Caleb; she is also survived by numerous other family and friends., Memorials may be given to Camano Chapel for support of the Children's Ministry, Camano Chapel, 867 S. West Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA 98282.


 


 

Theodore James Bravakis

Passed away April 9, 2011. He was born April 4, 1916 in Middletown, Connecticut to James and Fotene Bravakis. Ted was preceded in death by his wife, Sophea (Kakakes) Bravakis of Spokane and three siblings: Helen Velis of Westfield, MA, Ann Papandrea of Belleair Beach, FL, and Leo Bravakis of Middletown, CT. He is survived by four children: Teddie Gibbon (Lee), John Bravakis, Barbara Sloman, Susan Vizcarra; seven grandchildren: Alexia Tom, Matthew Galisa, Sergio Galisa, Jamal Galisa, Suzy Travis, Kelli Sloman and Randy Sloman and six great-grandchildren. Ted was a beloved uncle to five nieces and nephews., Ted graduated from Middletown High School and was awarded a full four-year football scholarship as quarterback to Tampa University. He served in, as a command pilot flying over 30 missions and participated in D-Day at Normandy. Ted received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Oak Leaf with Four Clusters during his Military career., Ted worked at John's Hat Shop in downtown Spokane for some years before he purchased the store in the 1950s from John Kakakes, his father-in-law., Ted joined KXLY Television and Radio in 1964 and built terrific sales teams in addition to strong relationships with clients that continue today. He remained a Sales Consultant well into his 90s., Ted loved playing golf his entire life. Among his many achievements were two holes-in-one and Club Championship status at Manito Golf and County Club. He also shot his age in tournament play at the age of 69 and continued to shoot under his age until age 90. In October 2000, Ted's picture made the front page of the sports section when at age 84 he played in the 65 and older division of the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic and won the division ., Ted was devoted husband and father and a cherished friend to all of you who knew him., A private family Greek Orthodox service was held with Military Honors at Riverside Memorial Park, Spokane, WA. A Celebration of Life reception will take place at Manito Golf and Country Club Saturday, May 7, 4-6pm. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the "First Tee of the Inland Northwest", 301 East Meadowlane Road, Spokane, WA 99224. "First Tee of the Inland Northwest" is a youth development organization that teaches core values and life lessons through golf.


 


 

Valerie Y. Murdock

Valerie Y. Murdock was born October 2, 1941 and passed away on April 10, 2011., Val resided in Marysville, WA for 30 years., She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry "Prof" Murdock., She is survived by brother, Allen Stiles of Burien, WA; four daughters, Carol and husband Dave Smith of Auburn, WA, Diana Jones of Kent, WA, Cindy and husband Dean Anderson of Darrington, WA and Debbie Clark of Marysville; sons, Mike Murdock of Woodinville, WA, Bruce Murdock of Arlington, WA Jim Murdock of Mountlake Terrace, WA; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as the friends she has had while here on this earth. She will be dearly missed., In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hospice of Snohomish County or to The, A Memorial Service will be held April 22, 2011 at 10:15 a.m. at Tahoma National Cemetery, 18600 Southeast 240th Street Kent, WA 98042.


 


 

Vernon N. "Vern" Castle

Vernon "Vern" N. Castle, 90, passed away April 10, 2011 in Everett, WA., He was born to Irving and Selma Castle August 17, 1920 in Huron, SD. He was raised by his maternal grandparents, Anders and Marin Melos, in Tracy, MN and graduated from high school there. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy in 1942 and spent WWII as Radarman on the Battleship U.S.S. North Carolina. He took great pride in his service years spent mostly in the Pacific Theatre. Returning home from war, he wooed a young woman, Eloise LeMaster, from Macomb, IL. They married in August of 1946 and moved to Seattle before settling in N. Lakewood where they raised their three children. He learned the faith of the Lutheran Church and brought up his family there. Eloise, Terry, Linda and Jo Ann were baptized the same day. He worked as a carpenter, installed acoustic ceilings and was chief maintenance man for the Lakewood School District before retiring. The family built, lived in and sold four new homes over the years. He provided well for them and was able to retire and travel around the country. His favorite activities were fishing, playing pool and motor homing. He and Eloise loved to "snowbird" to Arizona and did so for a few years before moving there permanently. When Eloise became ill many years later they moved back to Washington to be closer to their family., Preceding him in death were his parents; a brother, Gaylord Castle; and wife of 62 years, Eloise., Surviving Vern are children, Terry (Janet) Castle of Stanwood, WA, Linda (Bill) Winter of Lynnwood, WA and Jo Ann (Ward) Shields of Aneta, ND; brother, Ray (Pearl) Castle; two grandsons; and one great granddaughter., A graveside service will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the Arlington Municipal Cemetery at 1 p.m., In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Faith Lutheran Church, PO Box 70, N. Lakewood, WA 98259.


 


 

Viola Anderson

The family of Viola Nye Anderson announces her quiet passing at the age of 90, surrounded by family on December 3, 2010., Memorial Service for Viola Kumpula Nye Anderson Gosselin will be held at Center Pointe, at 1408 N. Washington at 11:30 on the 23rd of April. She is survived by her two daughters: Ardene Riedlinger and Kathy Cantrell; three grandchildren: Renee Haskell, Darin Libey, Chris Cantrell; four great-grandchildren: Mandy Hamburg, Jimmy Haskell, Bradley Haskell and Alicia Haskell; three great-great-grandchildren: Jarrod, Chris and Anneka Hamburg. She was born on May 11, 1920 and went to be with the Lord on December 3, 2010., Instead of flowers, it is suggested giving to Center Pointe or Day Out for the Blind. Please call Bill or Candy at 868-7982 or 868-7213, after 3:30 pm for directions or more information., She wanted this to be a celebration of her life and so it will be. There will be lunch afterwards at Center Point.


 


 

Virgil Edwin Jones

In loving memory of Virgin Edwin Jones, who passed away on Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at the age of 79 years at his Clayton residence. He was born on August 15, 1931, at Sheridan, Wyoming, and has been a Clayton resident since 1942. Virgil served his country during the Korean Conflict as a Medic in the United States Army. After serving in the military, he was employed at Deer Park Pine Industries. Upon its closure in the early 1970's, Virgil worked for the Spokane County Road Dept. until retiring. Throughout the years, Virgil enjoyed working on his farm. He and his wife, Darleen, raised Hereford beef cattle and grew various crops. There are many good memories of Dad enjoying his cattle and raising hay. Our father was a man of his word. This unwaivering commitment he bestowed on his family in love and security. In Dad's last years, our Lord Jesus gave us the strength to give back to Dad that same love and security he had always given to us. We will never forget hearing Dad play his guitar and singing his favorite gospel hymns. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Darleen, at the home in Clayton, WA; sons Calvin Jones and wife Starla of Goldendale, WA; Arlin Jones and wife Pamela of Clayton, WA; and daughter Gail Minden and husband Edward of Bonners Ferry, ID; brother Roscoe Jones and wife Karen of Spokane, WA; sisters Louise Heickson and husband Joseph of Loon Lake, WA; Kathleen McAter and Jean Tempro of Spokane, WA; Ila Dean Matthews of Athol, ID; and Irene Abbey of Huson, MT. Virgil enjoyed six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services honoring Virgil will be at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, April 19, 2011, in Deer Park at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church with Pastor Rick McCombs officiating. Interment will be in Zion Hill/Trysil Cemetery, Clayton, WA.


 


 

Vivan L. "Vi" Paul

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W.W. "Bill" Bender Jr.

W.W."Bill BENDER Jr. Died on April 6th 2011. Born in Tacoma on may 17th 1923 to Wilbur W. Bender Sr and Frances McGowan Bender. Attended schools in Tacoma and Seattle graduating from Lincoln High School in Seattle in 1942. Marine Corps from 1942 to 1945 serving in the 5th Marine division on Iwo Jima. Married Patricia "Ann" Miller on September 18th 1948 in Port Angeles. graduated from University of Washington in 1949. Army reserve from 1949 to 1954. Past president Port Angeles Jaycees. Past vice president and international director Washington State Jaycees. Retail and wholesale carpet business for 40 years. Past president N.W. Carpet Club and past president Public Links Seniors of Washington State. Member of VFW, American Legion, 5th Marine Association, Marine Corps league, Marine Corps Support Group and Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Former member of Glendale Country Club and Puget Sound Senior Golfers. Also resided in Port Angeles, Spokane, Portland or, and for the past 46 years Bellevue. He is survived by his wife Ann, Bellevue: son Bruce, Shoreline: daughter and son-in-law Laurie and Jerry Germain, Nordland: son Scott and his special friend Holland Baker, Las Vegas: grandson and his wife Ryan and Brianne Bender and great granddaughter Kylie Bender, Lewiston, Id: grandson Jason Bender, Lake City: cousin Shirley Smith and husband Bob of Walla Walla, and many nieces and nephews. There will be no services at his request.


 


 

Walter F. Cavalier Sr.

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