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Age 90, resident of Washington State 14 years, passed away peacefully in his sleep Oct. 1, 2007 in his final home at The Kenney in West Seattle.

Harry was born April 17, 1917 in Oakland, Calif., and graduated from Fremont High. He worked at the "new" Oakland Zoo at Knowland Park prior to joining PG&E in San Francisco where he met his future wife Claire Gillick. As a pilot in the Army Air Corp during WWII Harry earned the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross in recognition of his many missions as pilot flying "The Hump" in the China/Burma/India theater.

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Stella was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who was born August 27, 1934 in Ashland, MO. She passed away October 10, 2007 in Renton, WA at the age of 73.

Through her life she enjoyed the outdoors, fishing and camping, recently Stella loved spending time with her family and reading a good book. Stella and her husband Jack, who passed away 6 months ago, were married for 53 years.

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Was born April 5, 1919 in Aberdeen, S.D. She has been a Seattle resident since 1941, and went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sept. 28, 2007.

Ann is survived by her husband of 36 years, Edgar Phipps; son, Donald Hale (Jean), cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as many beloved nieces and nephews.

Retired after 21 years with Sears. She was a member of the Teamsters Retiree Club, formed by her husband. She served as a dedicated member of the American Legion Auxiliary at Post 160, in West Seattle for 20 years.

Died October 6, 2007 in West Seattle, at age 83.

She was born on November 7, 1923, the daughter of Thomas and Clara (Coy) Reeder. Her parents were some of the earliest residents of Gatewood Hill in West Seattle. Her father built one of the nicest homes on Southwest Southern Street in 1912.

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Passed away on August 31, 2007.

Born on March 14, 1916 in a Swedish farming community in McPherson, Kansas, the family moved to the Seattle area in the early 1900's. Martha with a clearly visible talent for music began a long career of study, performance and education. As a gifted pianist she studied in New York and was set to tour in Europe just prior to the onset of World War II. As that was postponed she returned to Seattle, met a Navy seaman (Armand Colang), married and eventually settled in Seattle at the end of the War.

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Born in Seattle to Ruby Wilson and Richard Landreth. Raised by Bill and Ellen Jones in Seattle/White Center. The first of four generations to attend W.S.H.S. graduated 1927.

Ruby is survived by four children; Diana Boling, Spokane, Jerry Fisher, Fairbanks AL, Dixie Lynch, Seattle, and Judy Harrington, Huntington Beach CA; 12 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and 5 great great grandchildren.

She retired as a secretary from Smith-Berger Company. Enjoyed time with her family, W.S. Eagles, W.S.

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Age 45, of Warwick, Rhode Island passed away September 25th due to complications caused by a brain aneurism. She was a CNA/CMT for 24 years at Harborside Healthcare-Pawtuxet Village.

Born in West Seattle, daughter of Sandra Larson (Comenote) and the late Richard Larson. Survived by her husband Joe DaPonte

Tammy was the mother of Nathan, Jorden, Nikki and Tara; grandmother of Joshua T. Bloschichak Jr.; sister of Kevin, Frank, Jamie Larson, Christina Solemsaas and the late Ricky Larson.

Funeral Services will be held Saturday October 13th at 2 p.m. St.

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Our favorite free spirited West Seattle resident passed away in September.

Everyone who knew Gert loved and admired her unique personality and vibrant active lifestyle. She had a great sense of adventure, traveling to the southwest, Idaho and especially Montana, where she would find the perfect campsite and swimming hole. Also our family made many trips to her mother and stepfather's lakeside cabin in Minnesota, which included a sauna. She was so proud of her Finnish heritage.

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Died peacefully at home on September 17th at age 86.

She was born in Helena, Montana to Alma and Paul Immel. Her family moved to West Seattle when she was ten. She graduated from West Seattle High School, and attended Cornish, and Edison Vocational Schools.

Ruth and Ware Lantz were married in 1943. They settled in West Seattle, where they raised their children and participated in the life of the Fauntleroy neighborhood.

Ruth continued to develop and to practice her artwork with woodcarving, serigraphy, watercolor and sumi painting.