Loved by all.

Passed away February 9, 2008 in Seattle, Washington. He is survived by his children Francis and Rene and their mother Kathie, four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Raymond Terlicker, age 84, died at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle on Feb. 8, 2008.

Ray was born in Seattle Sept. 7, 1923, to Italian immigrants Antonio and Matilda Terlicher. He grew up in the now vanished Cascade logging towns of Nagrom, and Lester, Washington. Ray graduated from Lester High School in 1941, and went to work for the Northern Pacific Railroad. He served as a paratrooper during WWII, attaining the rank of sergeant, and was stationed at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and Ft. Bragg, North Carolina.


In Loving Memory of Marian M. Cunningham

October 5, 1919 - January 24, 2008

At age 88, Marian passed away peacefully at Providence Mount St. Vincent, Seattle, with her daughter, Christine, son, Jeff, and long-time caregiver, Sheri Starr, at her side.

Marian will be remembered for her quick sense of humor, infectious laughter, and room-illuminating smile. She had many friendships extending over several neighborhoods where she and her husband, Chuck, had made their homes in Washington, Oregon, and Arizona.


Margaret Jeanette Wright, 91, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008. She was born to Chris and Christina Wold on Sept. 19, 1916 in Seattle. She graduated from West Seattle High School in 1935, married William F. Wright in 1938, music educator, and lived in West Seattle almost all her life.

Margaret was loved by everyone. As a young adult she worked as a secretary for prominent attorneys in Seattle. She was a wife, mother and homemaker.


97, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2008 surrounded by her family and friends at Providence Mount Saint Vincent in West Seattle, which had been her home for the past 11 years. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Victor (1989) and her daughter, Joanne McDonnell (2007).

Gunhild was born on January 7, 1911 in Munkedal, Sweden. In Seattle, Gunhild met and married fellow Swede, Victor. They made their home in West Seattle on Walnut Avenue with their three daughters. They were members of Gethsemane Lutheran Church.


November 17, 1916 to February 4, 2008

Edna (Mundt) Nyberg was born in Rosalia, Wash. on November 17, 1916 to Henry and Amalia (Wernz) Mundt, receiving her early education there and graduating in 1934 as valedictorian of her class. She then attended Cheney Normal School (now Eastern Washington University) in Cheney, Wash., and upon graduation began her career as a teacher in Chewelah, Wash., about 50 miles north of Spokane.

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.