Marjorie "Mae" Leininger was born as Marjorie Mae Tracy in Seattle to Oscar William Tracy and Marjory Doris Meabon Tracy on March 1, 1931.

Mae grew up in Benton City, Wash. and graduated from Kiona-Benton High School in 1948.

Mae married her high school sweetheart, Harold Ivan Leininger on June 12, 1948 in Benton City.

She was actively involved in Highland Park United Methodist Church, The Washington State Big Game Council as well as the Salvation Army.

Mae always put everyone else first, she spent the majority of her life helping others.

Darrel passed away peacefully Jan. 31, 2008 at the Bernales Home in Seattle. She was born in Sydney, Australia and lived most of her life in West Seattle.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Richard and beloved son Barry. Darrel is survived by sons Chris

(Nancy) and Scott (Yolanda), daughter-in-law Vidette, grandchildren Emily (Scott), Corinne (David), Evan, Kristin, Derek, Kelly, Madeleine, Rachel and dear friend Joy Shipler.


Martha was born on a tobacco farm near Callands, Virgina on Dec. 11, 1912, the first child of Thomas and Evelyn Hubbard. She had fond memories of living on the farm and said that she learned from her father to never be afraid and to stand up for what you think is right. She continued to do that until the end of her life.

Some of the happiest times in Martha's life were her years in boarding school and a brief stay in nursing school (until they found out she was only 14). At the age of 18, in 1930 she met and married Leonard McIntyre in Reno, Nevada.


Brent was born in Seattle June 25, 1951, to Martha and Leonard McIntyre and passed over on Dec. 23, 2007, in Lincoln City, Oregon, where he had been residing for the last 10 years. Brent was born with a bright mind and a free spirit that took him through out the world and into the presence of some extraordinary people. He enjoyed a good story and his experiences in life were the source of many an amazing tale. Through out his life he was a seeker of wisdom and the spiritual way and he had a special affinity for the American native and their reverence for Mother Earth.


Helen was born and raised in Kilkeel, County Down, Ireland on April 6, 1917, and passed away Jan. 20, 2008. in Seattle. She came to Seattle in 1947 and settled in the Alki area where she raised her two daughters. Her favorite pastimes included walks on the beach with family and friends, crossword puzzles, and reading. During her lifetime she worked for the BBC in London, KIRO radio, and as a dental assistant. In later years she spent many happy hours with her granddaughter, Emilie. She was a great help.


Ronald Kay Kenny, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving children on January 6, 2008. He was born to Edward and Mildred Kenny on March 15, 1935. He was a lifetime resident of West Seattle, graduated from West Seattle High School and was an active member of the Masons and Shriners.

Ron is survived by his brother E.

Beverley Irene Burtch was born in Butte, Montana to Russell and Sophie Morrison on June 29, 1924. She died on January 16, 2008 in Seattle. Beverley was the beloved wife of 49 years of Charles Burtch, sister of Margaret Breen (of Butte, Mont.) and mother of Deeann Puffert and husband Rich (of Seattle), and Gary Burtch and wife Heather (of Pittsburgh, Pa.). She took great joy in her four grandchildren Grace and Laurel Puffert, and Kelly and Luke Burtch. Beverley loved community service, especially when it involved children and youth.

6/21/52 - 12/9/07

Julianne was born on June 21, 1952 in Seattle where she also had made her home for the last 55 years. Daughter of Julianne and the late William Savard. She is survived by three children Andrea Doerner, Erick Otto and Jessica Otto, her sister Denise Ludington, brother Greg Savard, five grand children, one great grand daughter and many nieces and nephews all of which reside in Seattle. Julianne was an photography enthusiast and an avid bowler at Roxbury Lanes in White Center.

Her Memorial will be held Saturday, Jan.


Robert Hale Clark, retired Seattle Firefighter, died Monday, January 7, 2008 in the comfort of his home surrounded by the love of his wife Charlotte.

Born on July 6, 1928, Bob was a lifelong West Seattle resident graduating from West Seattle High School in 1946, served in the Coast Guard and joined the Seattle Fire Department in 1958. During his service with the Seattle Fire Department, he presented the S.A.F.E.