Fallen Eagles

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Wesley (Wes) Lavone Acery

Birth Date: 1945-08-03
Deceased Date: 1995-10-24
Obituary:
Born August 3, 1945. Passed into the hands of the Lord on October 24, 1995. Preceded in death by father, Edmond Acrey. Wes leaves to mourn his mother, Arlene I. Welch Acrey; daughters, Marcella, Kari, Michelle and Meka: sex grandchildren; brothers, Steven, Roy, Maurice; sisters, Cynthia, and Sonia; as well as a host of loving relatives and friends. Viewing Tuesday, October 31 from 1 to8 p.m. at Southwest Mortuary, 9021 Rainier Ave. So. Funeral Service Wednesday, November 1, at 11 am. Greater Glory C.O.G.I.C., 6419 M.L. King Way So. Internment, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle.
Don Deschenes - December 21st, 2023
State Champion in 220 Yard Sprint and 3rd in 100 Yard. Great smile.

Carole Diane Singh (Alfano)

Birth Date: 1946-08-08
Deceased Date: 2004-07-20
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Jan Marshall (Allen)

Birth Date: 1946-10-16
Deceased Date: 2022-03-26
Obituary:
Mrs. Janet “Jan” Marshall of Black Diamond WA, passed away on Saturday, March 26th, 2022, at the age of 75

Jan was born to parents Fred and Marie Allen on October 16, 1946, in Seattle, WA. She grew up the middle daughter of 4 and attended Cleveland High School class of 1964. In 1966, she married her sweetheart of 55 years, Chuck. The couple welcomed their son Jerald “JB” Marshall in the spring of 1977. The family resided in the Covington / Black Diamond area for 48+ years.

Jan was an accomplished hair stylist who opened her first salon in her home, she went onto open two additional retail salons and retired after 52 years in October 2017. Jan was a stylist, stylist with lifelong multi generation clientele. She loved her career and the friendships she made from it. On Sundays for a little bit over 20 years Jan led a convoy of shuttlers at Avis rental car. She was voluntold to retire after getting caught doing donuts in the shuttle van. In retirement Jan was an active and dedicated member of TREA and served as Chaplin up until her passing.

Jan enjoyed camping, ocean beaches, a warm bath with a good book and spending time with family and friends. She loved being a mom and was a devoted wife, she was an auntie and nanna to many, and adored by dozens. Jan was a natural helper at heart, with a loving, kind, and witty personality – her laugh was infectious. Without hesitation she made time to lend her support for others. She will be greatly missed, but she will always be in our hearts and memories.

Jan is survived by her husband, Chuck Marshall; son, Jerald Marshall; future daughter-in-law Nancy; brother, Randy Allen; sisters, Judie Keblish, Robin Campbell, and Donna Copp; niece, Janine Keblish; and nephew, John Michael Keblish;
Jan is also survived by her aunt, Shirley Ward; and uncle, George Nelson; along with several cousins, nieces, nephews, and in-laws.

A memorial service is scheduled for 10:30am on May 6th at Tahoma National Cemetery with a reception to follow. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Momma Jan's life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to https://diabetes.org/

https://curnowfuneralhome.com/tribute/details/261656/Janet-Marshall/obituary.html
Don Deschenes - December 21st, 2023
Enjoyed spending lunch with Jan. We were on grounds patrol and were supposed to stop people from bringing food outside of lunchroom. I don't think we ever stopped anyone. Worked with her Mom at Sears while I was in college.

Claudia June Allwine

Birth Date: 1945-11-17
Deceased Date: 2023-03-23
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Sharon Kathryne Campbell (Autio)

Birth Date: 1946-04-04
Deceased Date: 2000-01-15
Don Deschenes - January 3rd, 2024
Sharon and I went to Maple Grade School. She and Line Post were always interested in horses which I could never understand why? But they loved horses.

Deborah (Debbie) Marie Maugateg (Bailey)

Birth Date: 1946-08-05
Deceased Date: 2008-08-01
Obituary:
Deborah Marie MAUGATEGA Born on August 5, 1946 in Terre Haute, IN and passed away on August 1, 2008 in Seattle, WA. Debbie graduated from Cleveland High School in 1964. Being career and people motivated, Debbie took on decades of dedicated service in the Admissions office beginning at Edison Tech, which became SCCC, and ended at SVI in May of 2006. People will remember Debbie as the first Hello. Those who are left behind feel it is much too soon for Goodbye. Debbie was preceded in death by her father Ralph E. Bailey, Sister Angela Bailey, brother Ralph Bailey, and mother Madeline Bailey. Deborah is survived by her husband Tomasi Maugatega, daughter Angiella "Niece" Arnot, Brother Tony Bailey, Nephews Michael Keith, Gianni Hart, granddaughter Stephanie Love, many other relatives, friends and her dog Bremo. Visitation Saturday, 12-5PM and Sunday, 10-4PM at Bonney-Watson, 16445 International Blvd, Seatac, WA 98188. Funeral Monday, 10:30AM at St. George Parish, 5306 13th Avenue S., Seattle, WA 98108.
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Jerry Glenn Bailey

Birth Date: 1946-03-16
Deceased Date: 2022-04-23
Don Deschenes - January 3rd, 2024
I enjoyed trying to tackle him which never happened. He was a great half back who played in the NFL. He went onto Columbia River and was named Junior College All American along with O.J. Simpson the other half back.

Mike Baker

Birth Date: 1946-10-10
Deceased Date: 2013-07-19
Obituary:
Achieved greatness – to live and be loved. After successfully battling Leukemia, Michael's heart gave out and he left this world early Friday Morning July 19th surrounded by his loved ones at the age of 66.

From a young age Michael was full of life growing up on a horse farm in Indiana. He was an Eagle Scout, Minor league baseball catcher, river patrol boat Commander in Vietnam, International Software Salesman, CEO, Husband , Daddy and Papmu. A man with many hats and talents, but to most he will be remembered with his Greek sailor hat, loving grin, and tenacious spirit. He will be missed on this earth, but looking forward to a reunion in heaven.
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Robert (Bob) Samuel Balzarini

Birth Date: 1946-05-01
Deceased Date: 2012-09-12
Obituary:
Robert Samuel Balzarini died peacefully in his sleep on September 12, 2012. He was preceded in death by his parents and half sister. He is survived by his wife Georgia; his son Andrew, his wife and daughter; and his brother William. Interment will take place at Tahoma National Cemetery with a memorial service taking place at Messiah Lutheran Church in Auburn on Saturday, September 29 at 11am.
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Johnathan Angelo (Johnny) Banchero

Birth Date: 1946-08-13
Deceased Date: 1994-06-18
Obituary:
JONATHAN ANGELO (JOHNNY) BANCHERO

Johnny spent 47 years of his life cherishing his family and making a lasting impact on everyone around him. Growing up in the Beacon Hill area with his two brothers, Kenny and Kelly, he attended St. George's for his early education and graduated from Cleveland High School. During his time at Cleveland, Johnny excelled in sports, becoming a local sensation in both baseball and basketball. His exceptional skills, particularly as a pitcher, earned him widespread acclaim.

After graduating in 1964, Johnny married his high school sweetheart, Patricia Colello, in September 1966. The couple welcomed their first daughter, Gina Marie, in January 1968. Later that year, Johnny met Janet Lester, who would become his wife for 18 years. Their family grew with the birth of Jennifer Ann Banchero in 1973, who became the light of Johnny's life, followed by the arrival of their third daughter, Angela Delina Banchero, in 1974.

Johnny lived life to the fullest, balancing work at E&E Meats with long, hard-working hours on the family farm in Black Diamond. He remained active in sports, playing softball with his son-in-law, Eddie Flanagan, and pursuing his passion for horse racing and poker.

In 1991, his daughter Jennifer married Arnold Prado, who became Johnny’s right-hand man and much more than just a son-in-law. Johnny was also a loving grandfather to Tony, Joseph, Ashley, Nichole, Linsey, and Anthony, and cherished his five nieces and nephews: Sonny, Moe, Erica, Angelo, and Nichole. Additionally, he was a dedicated stepfather to Laurie Flanagan, and Mark and Lisa Manolides.

In his later years, Johnny devoted himself to caring for his father, Modesto, and maintaining the family properties. He tackled every challenge with dedication and stood by his family through thick and thin, embodying the spirit of a true Italian family man.

Johnny's memory lives on in the hearts of his loved ones. We love him dearly and pray that he rests in peace. May God bless you, Johnny!

Rosary and Vigil Services Wednesday, 7 p.m. and Funeral Mass Thursday, 1 a.m., both at St. George's Catholic Church. Private Graveside Services. Reception to follow at Eagles No. ,1 Georgetown. Arrangements by COLUMBIA FUNERAL NOME.
Don Deschenes - January 7th, 2024
Johnny was such a pleasure to be around. Great pitcher in baseball. I tried out for baseball team and could not come close to hitting one of his pitches. After practice Bob Jurcan asked why he didn’t slow down so Donne could hit it. Johnny said he was throwing slow. I didn’t make team. When we were freshmen we both played point guard. He so quick that he would knock down my passes. He taught me to be better passer. I wish he could be there in August.

Sharon Satter (Bartman)

Birth Date: 1945-12-24
Deceased Date: 2006-02-07
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Gary Alan Bartosch

Birth Date: 1946-04-20
Deceased Date: 1991-10-29
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James (Jim) Lloyd Bianchi

Birth Date: 1946-04-02
Deceased Date: 2021-07-15
Obituary:
James "Jim" Lloyd Bianchi passed away in his home in Sun Lakes, AZ, July 15, 2021. Jim was born April 3, 1946 in Seattle, WA to Larry & Lois Bianchi. He married his childhood sweetheart and beloved wife, Pam. Jim & Pam raised their 3 children in their hometown of Seattle, WA. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather "Papa", brother and uncle. He is survived by his loving wife Pam and their two children, Kimberly (R.J.) and Paul (Brooke) and his brother Larry (Zoey). He will be missed by his grandchildren, Ryan, Jacob, Olivia & Chloe, and several brother and sister-in-laws, nieces and nephews. He is now at peace with his son Mark. Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, July 31, 2021, 1:00pm, St. George Catholic Church, Seattle, WA.
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Thomas William Boggs

Birth Date: 1946-01-08
Deceased Date: 2014-11-18
Obituary:
Loved by all who met him including children, adults, and animals, passed away after a four month long illness with family by his side at his home in Westport, WA.

A much beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle, he taught us sweetness, gentleness, kindness, and patience.

He was a free spirit, living life on his own terms. He believed in being positive and non-judgmental. He loved his family deeply. He relished spending time with his family members and the many friends that he would collect through life.

He loved riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, which he did for many years, the fresh air of the outdoors, the beach, and watching football games on T.V.

He was preceded in death by his father James Francis Boggs and his mother Elaine Lucile Boggs.

He is survived by his wife Martha, his brother Ric, and his sister Linda, his daughters Andrea and Jennifer, his son Craig, and grandchildren,

great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and their children.

He will be greatly missed by all.
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Richard (Dick) Bottini

Birth Date: 1945-12-09
Deceased Date: 2010-03-17
Obituary:
BIRTH
9 Dec 1945
DEATH
17 Mar 2010 (aged 64)
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
BURIAL
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Renton, King County, Washington, USA
MEMORIAL ID
92573166 · View Source
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Gary Richard Bowman

Birth Date: 1945-12-21
Deceased Date: 2005-02-16
Obituary:
BIRTH
21 Dec 1946
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
DEATH
16 Feb 2005 (aged 58)
Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, USA
BURIAL
Tacoma Cemetery
Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, USA
PLOT
Section 3
MEMORIAL ID
128431070 · View Source
Greg Rafanelli - February 28th, 2024
I met Gary my first year as a Seattle Seafair Clown. We enjoyed this affiliation together for about 4 years until he left the group.

Dixie Marie Brumfield

Birth Date: 1946-07-21
Deceased Date: 1985-12-28
Obituary:
Dixie Marie Brumfield
BIRTH
21 Jul 1946
DEATH
28 Dec 1985 (aged 39)
BURIAL
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
MEMORIAL ID
34752727 · View Source
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Ken Buckley

Birth Date: 1946-10-01
Deceased Date: 2018-12-06
Obituary:
Kenneth Buckley, passed away at the age of 72 of Cancer in Red Bluff, CA. Born to Harley and Alpharetta Buckley in Seattle, WA, October 1, 1946, and attend High School, some college and the school of hard knocks. He resided in Seattle, WA, Winchester Bay, OR and Red Bluff, CA. He was married to Shirley for 53 years. Ken worked for Diamond International, for 12 years, Construction work for 12 years, and owned KBC Metal Fabrication for 15 years. Ken enjoyed hunting, fishing, and camping, also black powder pistols. Ken had lots of friends. He was a good father and husband of 53 years. Ken is survived by his wife, Shirley; children, James (Rachael), Karman (Tammy) and Keith (Kim); 4 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father Harley, mother Alpharetta and sister Betty Buckley

Published in Daily News on Dec. 6, 2018
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Dennis Bullock

Birth Date: 1946-07-24
Deceased Date: 2024-01-01
Obituary:
July 24, 1946 - January 10, 2024

Denny passed away on January 10,2024. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Kathy Bullock; 3 daughters, Tracy (Phil) Montano, Dezi (Ed) Webler and Colleen Bullock and 4 grandchildren.

Denny was born July 24, 1946 to Horus and Lois Bullock. He graduated from Cleveland High School and the University of Puget Sound.

Denny entered the real estate profession in 1975. He was beloved by his agents as he became a Manager and General Manager over the years. He was an incredible mentor to many real estate agents throughout his career. Denny was an avid golfer. He always wanted his children to have great memories and they did. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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Steve Theron Burnum

Birth Date: 1946-07-18
Deceased Date: 2020-11-06
Greg Rafanelli - May 7th, 2024
I remember enjoying Saturday Night Hour at the NAS Whidbey Island Officer's Club. We served there together in the Naval Reserve for 10 years.
Greg Rafanelli - February 28th, 2024
I met Steve in 1983 at NAS Whidbey Island. We were both Navy Reservists and would occasionally have a beer together at the Officer's Club on Friday and/or Saturday nights. We were both Lieutenant Commanders at the time. He was a Naval Flight Officer, a former Bombardier Navigator in the A-6 Intruder. I recalled to Active duty in 1987 and didn't see him after the Navy moved me to New York in 1989.

Joanne Butcher

Deceased Date: 2022-07-12
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Sherian (Sheri) Grimes (Butler)

Birth Date: 1945-11-03
Deceased Date: 2024-01-30
Obituary:
On Sunday April 28th at

Rio Verde Estates
1402 22nd St. N. E.
Auburn, Washington

Time: 2p- 4p. at the Clubhouse

For any questions: Please call

Mike at: 206-947-1191 or
Barb at: 206-455-0940
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Dan Cabuco

Deceased Date: 2015-06-23
Obituary:
Daniel "Dannie" Gene Cabuco, 69, passed away June 23rd, 2015 at Swedish Hospital, Seattle, Washington. Dannie was born June 2nd, 1946 in Seattle, Washington to Florentino and Gloria (Emerson) Cabuco. He attended Cleveland High School where he met the love of his life Barbara (Simpson) Cabuco. They were married June 6th, 1964 and were married for 51 years. They had 2 daughters Danette Olson and Danelle Cabuco. He worked several years as a truck driver and many years with the Department of Youth Services as a maintenance worker.

Dannie's life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. He had a passion for traveling and accomplished all of his travel goals with his family and friends. His passion for traveling was only exceeded by his love for God.

Dannie is survived by his wife Barbara Cabuco; 2 daughters, Danette Olson and Danelle Cabuco; Son-in-Law, Ted Olson; 5 Grandchildren, Justin Wold, Samantha Hoey, Joshua Olson, Pamela Post and Nathan Smith; 3 Brothers Tino "Sonny" Cabuco, Rick Cabuco and Mike Cabuco.
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Jerry Wesley Cade

Birth Date: 1945-11-26
Deceased Date: 1997-09-16
Obituary:
Jerry Wesley Cade of Enumclaw died September 16th 1997 from a work related accident. He was born on November 26th 1945 to Ann and Purl Cade. He was the beloved husband of Judy Cade and the beloved father of their children Mark, Kerry and Wendy Joe. He was grandfather and best friend to his granddaughter Shelby. He is also survived by his mother and his brother Ron and wife Marilyn of Tacoma; his sister-in-law and brother-in-law Jan and Dale Quick of lakeside, Mt his niece Becky of Yakima and preceded in death by his father Pearl. Jerry was a veteran of the Vietnam War and a former employee of Seattle city light he was employed by Puget power for 17 years at the time of his death he was employed by Aztec electric Jerry Judy and their three children were longtime residents of Maple valley our dad loved being outdoors hunting and fishing always on the lookout for “ The Big One”, he will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him. A memorial services Saturday September 27th 1997 1:00 PM weeks Enumclaw Funeral Home.
Don Deschenes - January 3rd, 2024
A member of the "North Beacon Hill Gang" (Chuck McEwan, Lee Mitchell, Don Lane, John Christensen, Al DeSuler, Mike DeBaise, Bob Brooks and Danny Fagan). A Great Bunch of guys who didn't forget their grade school roots.

Dennis Lee Calhoun

Birth Date: 1945-12-13
Deceased Date: 2023-01-15
Don Deschenes - May 6th, 2024
Dennis was always smiling and he did have a big smile. After high school he played ball at Skagit Valley. He had the perfect body for basketball with his long arms and legs. His brother John (65) passed away also.

Frances Carol (Carol) Vincent (Campbell)

Birth Date: 1946-08-08
Deceased Date: 1977-07-06
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Norma Carmack-Michel (Carmack)

Birth Date: 1946-03-02
Deceased Date: 2014-02-27
Obituary:
Norma Carmack-Michel left us on February 21, 2014 with her family by her bedside in Seattle, WA.

Norma was born March 02, 1946 to Lulabelle Carmack in Shreveport, LA. She was raised by her mother and older sister Lavorias.

Norma moved to Seattle with her family when she was 7 years old and grew up in the Yesler Terrace Community.

Norma expressed as she was getting ill that she would like her loved ones and family to celebrate her life, the fond memories we shared with her and to continue to enjoy the things about life she loved so much.

Norma Carmack-Michel is survived by her spouse Greg Michel and their 5 children, Michael, Tony, Corey, Carradin and Cylisa and numerous grandchildren.

The family of Norma Michel would like to express thanks to those who share our grief during this hour of bereavement and invite those that loved her to remember and celebrate Norma's life.

May God Bless each of you!
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William (Bill) D Carson

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Keith Chan

Birth Date: 1946-07-06
Deceased Date: 2011-05-09
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Frank Richard Clyde Jr.

Birth Date: 1945-07-31
Deceased Date: 1996-07-09
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Patricia (Patty) Ann Arnold (Colello)

Birth Date: 1946-05-25
Deceased Date: 1988-06-14
Obituary:
Married to Robert George Arnold. Mother of Gina Marie Arnold and Robert Anthony Arnold

Patricia Ann “Patty” Colello Arnold
BIRTH
May 1946
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
DEATH
14 Jun 1988 (aged 42)
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
BURIAL
Washington Memorial Park
SeaTac, King County, Washington, USA
PLOT
Garden Court Mausoleum, Section O, Level C, Niche #8
MEMORIAL ID
196778083 · View Source
Phyllis Roberts-Morehead - April 15th, 2024
I think of you often my sweet friend of many years.

Frank Cooper

Birth Date: 1946-04-13
Deceased Date: 2020-04-16
Obituary:
Frank was born and raised on South Beacon Hill. He enjoyed sports and fishing and hanging out in Georgetown & Southpark.

He attended Cleveland High School and Highline Jr. College before joining the Airforce.

Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Eva, and is survived by his sister, Donna.

Sign Frank's online Guest Book at www.Legacy.com
Greg Rafanelli - May 7th, 2024
Corky was like a brother. Our Mom's grew up as next-door neighbors on Beacon Hill. My Mom Lena Donadel was a Bridesmaid at Eva and Frank Cooper's Wedding at St. Peter's Church.
Greg Rafanelli - February 28th, 2024
Corky was like a brother to me. Our mothers grew up next door neighbors in Garlic Gulch as did Marie Bellotti's mom Florence. Corky, Marie and I were all in the same Confirmation Class at St. Peter's in 1958. My Mom was a bridesmaid in Frank and Eva's wedding. I still have a colored video of that event and also Corky when he was a baby.
Don Deschenes - January 7th, 2024
Frank was a great football player. He weighed 190 pounds and it was all muscle. Similar weight today would be about 270 pounds. He was a great pulling guard and nose tackle. Frank, Bill Landry, Jerry Bailey and myself were the only junior starters on the 63 football team which only lost 2 games and beat Franklin for the first time in 27 years. Franklin had two players (Tom Greenlee and Dave Dinish) that played for UW. Tom was a con-census All American at defensive end.

Lenny Raymond Cooper

Birth Date: 1945-11-20
Deceased Date: 2001-05-12
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Thomas (Tom) Desmond Crawford

Birth Date: 1946-09-09
Deceased Date: 2018-08-22
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Doug Currie

Birth Date: 1945-05-08
Deceased Date: 2006-12-11
Obituary:
The world shines a bit less with the passing of Douglas C. Currie, 61, on December 11, 2006. Doug was born on May 8, 1945 in Florida. He was a fun, energetic person with a love for life. Young Doug was a popular high school student and athlete, whose childhood friends offered much love and support during his illness. He served in the Army as a medic in Vietnam until his honorable discharge. Doug met Fran Currie while stationed at Fort Devens in Massachusetts and together they had two children. He often referred to Fran as "the best thing that ever happened to him". The two greatest joys in his life were the birth of his daughter, Kathleen, in 1970 and his son, Scott, in 1975. Doug was a lifelong union member working with Pacific Car and Foundry and the last 15 years at Boeing in Everett. He will always be remembered for his big smile and for being the life of the party. He had a passion for a good meal, a great party, a winning night at the casino and the love of music, fast cars, fishing, all sports, baseball cards and comic books.
Doug left behind many people who will miss him dearly when he joined his father, Douglas E. Currie in heaven.
Surviving family is his mother, Berneice McDowell, of Seattle, Washington: his sister, Sandra Currie, of Renton, Washington; and his two children, Kathleen B. Murray, her husband, Philip, and grandson, Brian, of New Hampshire, and Scott D. Currie, his wife, Jacqueline, and grandson, Douglas, of New Jersey.
His family is grateful to Patsy Hunstead of Everett, the lady in his life for the past five years and her courage and love during the most difficult fight of his life.
He will be placed this summer in the Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington where his father rests.
In memorandum donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Douglas (Doug) V.M. Cyr

Birth Date: 1944-10-01
Deceased Date: 2002-03-08
Obituary:
Passed away March 8, 2002. Born October 1, 1944 in Snohomish, WA, Doug was a long time resident of Seattle. He is survived by his former wife, Emily Cyr; two sisters, Bonnie Nine and Diana King; his stepmother, Laura Cyr and his stepsister, Linda Gatlin, Memorial Service 11 am Friday April 5, 2002, at St. George Catholic Church, 5306 13th AVE So, Seattle, WA. He served in the U.S. Navy and will be buried following memorial service at 1:30 PM at Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent, WA with military honors.
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Henry DeLauro

Birth Date: 1946-06-26
Deceased Date: 1965-11-06
Obituary:
BIRTH
26 Jun 1946
DEATH
6 Nov 1965 (aged 19)
BURIAL
Holyrood Cemetery
Shoreline, King County, Washington, USA
PLOT
Section N, Lot 724, Site 1
MEMORIAL ID
82452520 · View Source
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Allen James DeSuler

Birth Date: 1946-08-13
Deceased Date: 2017-02-07
Don Deschenes - January 7th, 2024
Al, was a member of North Beacon Hill Gang (Lee Mitchel, John Christianson, Don Lane, Mike DeBiase, Chuck McEwan, Bob Brooks, Danny Fagan and Al). They grew up together and watched out for each other.

William L. (Bill) Downey

Birth Date: 1946-09-05
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William (Bill) Downey

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Maurice Dupont

Birth Date: 1946-07-08
Deceased Date: 2004-02-16
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Jaime (Jim) Andrew Duyungan

Birth Date: 1945-08-27
Deceased Date: 1984-12-01
Obituary: Married Olivia Kinomoto 1969.
Don Deschenes - January 4th, 2024
Jimmy played point guard on team and was a great dribbler and very quick. He seemed to always be smiling and happy.

Ernest B Edgerton

Birth Date: 1902-10-23
Deceased Date: 1986-01-31
Obituary:
Physics Teacher, graduated from UW in 1924 and Married Arnvilla M Grue in 1932.
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Carl Richard Eisenbrey

Birth Date: 1926-03-01
Deceased Date: 2018-07-08
Obituary:
Carl Eisenbrey Obituary

Carl Richard Eisenbrey

Carl R. "Dick" Eisenbrey died on July 8, 2018, in Coupeville, WA. He was born in Claremont, CA on March 1, 1926. He is survived by Betty, his wife of 63 years, his three sons, Paul, Keith, and Glen, and by numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Dick and Betty raised their family in Bellevue while he worked as teacher, counselor, and vice-principal at high schools in Seattle. Upon retirement they moved to a house he built near Coupeville, on Whidbey Island, where for several years he drove tractors at a dairy farm. He was an active member of United Methodist churches in Bellevue and Langley, and of Lions International in West Seattle, Coupeville, and South Whidbey.

A celebration of his life will be held at Langley United Methodist Church at 3:00 PM on Sunday, August 26.

In lieu of flowers please consider making gifts to Langley UMC, or to the South Whidbey, Coupeville, or West Seattle Lions.
Published by The Seattle Times on Aug. 12, 2018.
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Beverly Durante (Frazier)

Deceased Date: 2023-05-20
Obituary:
Beverly Jeaneene Durante of Seattle, WA passed on May 20, 2023 at the age of 77. She is survived by 3 children and 5 grandchildren. A celebration of life will be held Sat., June 17, at Bethaday Community Learning Space, 605 SW 108th St., Seattle WA 98146, from 11:000 am -4:00 pm.
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Shosaku "Shobo" "Frank" Fujii

Birth Date: 1930-01-14
Deceased Date: 2016-10-03
Obituary:
Beloved Seattle artist and former teacher Frank S. Fujii passed away on October 3 at his Mercer Island home at the age of 86.

Fujii, a Nisei, was born on January 14, 1930 in Seattle’s Central District. He was the youngest of nine siblings. He attended Maryknoll School and Garfield High School, before enrolling at the University of Washington, where he earned a master of fine arts.

During World War II, he was incarcerated at Tule Lake Camp. He met his wife Michiko Inouye at the University of Washington. They married in June, 1952. She passed away in 1989.

Fujii was a popular former teacher at Franklin and Cleveland High Schools. He later worked in the graphic arts department at Seattle Central Community College for 17 years before retiring in 1989. He also served as affirmative action officer at the College.

Over the years, Fujii was a perennial donor to the Wing Luke Museum’s annual art auction. His art pieces always attracted spirited bidding and sold for a price far above their stated value. An exhibition of his works was featured at the Wing Luke Museum in 1992.

The Museum features a special gallery named in Fujii’s honor—the Frank Fujii Youth Space—on the second floor.

His works typically mixed traditional Japanese images such as brush strokes, kimono and fish with a playful graphic element, revealing Fujii’s strong interest in exploring graphic design.

Fujii was a role model and mentor to countless emerging local artists and designers. Michelle Kumata, Exhibit Director at the Wing Luke Museum, said she met Frank when she was a young artist. “I remember and appreciate him telling me that my art was special,” she said. “It really boosted my confidence and meant so much, especially coming from an established Japanese American artist. He was a cool dude, talented artist, and generous soul.”

Mayumi Tsutakawa, longtime arts administrator, said Fujii was her art teacher at Franklin High School. She recalled that Fujii, who also coached the school’s basketball team, played Bebop jazz music in the classroom and had many athletes in his class.

“I was not a very good art student,” Tsutakawa said. “When we studied contour drawing, where you draw your right hand, using your left hand, and vice versa, I was dismayed at the blobs left by the fountain pen we were supposed to use. Frank told me, ‘Those are good blobs, shows character.’ So he showed me that it was good to be different, and not to try for someone else’s idea of perfection.”

Over the years, Fujii donated his talents to many Asian American organizations, including the Seattle Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League, which used a logo he designed to promote the effort to earn reparations for Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II. The circular logo incorporated an image of barbed wire and a graphic representation of the first, second and third generations. The redress effort, spearheaded by Japanese American activists in Seattle, culminated in the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, signed into law by President Reagan.

“He was known for doing the banners at a lot of political and community non-profit events,” Ann Fujii-Lindwall, his daughter, recalled. “Some people even saved them as keepsakes. It was pretty amazing to stand there and watch him draw these straight lines and brushstrokes. His mother was also a good calligrapher. That’s probably where he got a lot of his artistic talent.”

Fujii is survived by his sister Kinko Nomura, Seattle; two daughters, Ann Fujii-Lindwall (husband Alan Lindwall), Seattle; Susan Yamamoto (husband Gary Yamamoto); and granddaughter Michiko Yamamoto.


Ann Fujii-Lindwall:

We all know all the ways my father; Frank Shobo Fujii contributed to the Seattle community, even up to the end, donating a piece of his art to the International Examiner CVA event last month. All the “titles” he earned---basketball coach, art teacher, commercial artist, community activist and leader. But of course, he was a husband and father first. As I scanned many photos recently, I saw so many with people at our house on Mercer Island, a home that he and my mother built 51 years ago. They opened themselves to so many people and I learned so much from all their community involvement and connections with some of the elite leaders at my young age.

But first growing up on Beacon Hill on Spencer Street, we also were social with the neighbor kids and my dad would of course, make his famous one of a kind signs for all of our “social events.” He painted our tricycles with our names, made forts inside the house out of cardboard, and we repaid him by helping him put his silkscreened Christmas cards on the drying racks. Those would special times. The long and fun trips to visit my auntie Tomi in Hawthorne, California – with an overnight stop at the Nishimi’s in Sacramento….so many summers, going to Manhattan Beach and Disneyland and the corner grocery store in Hawthorne. Both Suzie and I would sit in the front seat of our 1972 orange Volkswagen Bus (my mom rested in the back!) and give him cold towels and frozen grapes…one of his favorite treats. Speaking of treats, he would make us frozen popsicles quite often, applying his artistic talent by using food! I remember when I was fairly young (I was 9 years old when we moved to Mercer Island), when my dad left for work, I would run up to the window in my room, and he would stop his car and turn and wave to me. Of course there were times when he forgot, and I would be very sad that day. We would eat at Dags near Franklin High School a lot, and of course, we thought that was the best! My dad loved his food, going to Three Grand, Hong Kong, Four Seas, becoming regular customers! Neither Suzie nor I were very artistic, but our dad was always “supportive” and “appreciated” our efforts…that goes for not being very athletic, too! He got mad when some people said “don’t you wish you had sons?” He taught us about family, and we visited his mother in a nursing home for ten years. There were also frequent trips to the museum on the weekends, Seattle Center and Volunteer Park, and others. I know that had some impact on who I am today.

More recently, Suzie and I were fortunate to spend a lot of time with my dad, getting him to his many doctors’ appointments and taking care of him on Mercer Island. I will never regret that, even though we both spent hours, lots of ups and downs, but the bonding was strong and loving. It was a gift to our dad, for all the sacrifices both he and my mom made so we could have the important things in life. And recently at his last trip the hospital, there were about three instances where some staff thought I was my dad’s wife….at first I took a little offense, but then realized that my dad didn’t look 86, and his voice was always youthful. And that’s how we will all remember him.
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Margaret Walthew (Fullerton)

Birth Date: 1912-10-15
Deceased Date: 1996-05-12
Obituary: Married James Walthew 1935.
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Janiss Lyle Furry

Birth Date: 1934-07-16
Deceased Date: 2001-03-21
Obituary:
Graduated from Queen Anne High and UW.
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Adalyn Louise Gardner

Birth Date: 1935-09-17
Deceased Date: 2005-10-18
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Benjamin (Ben) Dennis Grenn

Birth Date: 1946-02-22
Deceased Date: 2021-12-08
Obituary:
Benjamin "Ben" Dennis Grenn, age 75, passed away at his residence in Anchorage, Alaska, on Dec. 7, 2021, after a 14-month battle with brain cancer. He was born on Feb. 22, 1946, in Aberdeen, Wash., to Joseph and Iona Grenn. The family moved to Seattle, Wash., in 1949, where Ben was blessed with two younger sisters, Nancy Nicholson and Gail Grenn. On Jan. 18, 1969, Ben married Selinda Tollefsen in Anchorage.

In addition to serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, Ben had myriad of fascinating jobs – he was an elementary school teacher, sports news anchor, newspaper writer, a radio personality and worked for the State of Alaska for many years as staff to a variety of colorful state legislators. But most importantly, he was a loving husband, father, uncle, brother and grandfather. Ben's first love was his family, but a close second was his love for sports of all kinds, particularly Seattle sports.

Ben is survived by his wife, Selinda Tollefsen Grenn; their children, Carrie Craig (Grenn) with husband Shane and son Craig Murphy, Skyler Grenn with wife Amanda and their children Aurora and Aria, Jason Grenn with wife Jana and their children Atticus, Vivienne and Truman; sisters, Nancy Nicholson and her sons Colby and Austin and their families and Gail Grenn.

In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to ANCORA Home Health and Hospice or the American Cancer Society - Alaska.

A memorial service will be held at Baxter Road Bible Church in Anchorage on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, at 1 p.m., with a reception afterward.
Don Deschenes - January 4th, 2024
Most memorable moment was West Seattle double overtime game. Ben had a starter pistol so everyone could hear the end of the game. During the celebration after the victory he pointed starters pistol at two cops, I overheard the cops tell Coach Scott they will shoot him next time he does that.
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