The Lindenauer family expresses their thanks for all the loving condolences received on the death of Col. (Chaplain) J.M. Lindenauer July 29, 2007.


Longtime West Seattle resident and neighborhood native, died July 16, 2007 at Virginia Mason Medical Center after a stroke. Born on January 22, 1927, he was the son of Canadian ホmigrホs James Nelson Woodside and Carol Gavinjack Woodside whose home was on Palm Avenue Southwest. for many years.


Was born in Seattle, March 31, 1928 and passed on July 6, 2007. Residing most of her life in West Seattle, she was a "Gulch Girl" and attended West Seattle High, class of 1946.

She enjoyed bowling, was a long time member of the West Seattle Eagles, a Den Mother for the cub scouts, a licensed hairdresser, and a gifted artist.


Age 80, passed away peacefully at home with her family on August 12, 2007. Born April 7, 1927 in Everett, Betty grew up and attended school in West Seattle.

Her career began as an elevator operator in the days of uniforms and white gloves. She went on to work at Society Candy, Bemis Bag, Henry House Meats, and Northwest Envelope. She retired from American Envelope in 1994.


A West Seattle resident for over 60 years, passed away at his home on August 1, 2007. He was born on October 6, 1925 in Plano, Mo. He moved to Seattle in 1943 and worked for a short time at Boeing before becoming a well-known contractor. Wayne was an avid hunter and fisherman.

Peacefully passed away surrounded by family in West Seattle on July 21, 2007.

Eve was a fun-loving, spicy and feisty well-loved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.


Passed away on Sunday, August 12, 2007 following a long courageous battle with kidney failure and a recent fight with breast cancer.

Linda was born on January 8, 1955 in Omaha, Nebraska to Maurice & Hazel Teeters. In 1970 Linda married her soul mate, Robert, and together they started a family. In 1978 they moved to Seattle and in 2001 they moved to Bonney Lake where Linda spent time working in her yard.

She will be missed and always loved by her husband, Robert, her daughter, Sherry, and her son, Scott.


Keep Smilin' and Singen - George Smith Your Banjo Pickin' Friend, 93, died Sunday, July 29, 2007 at his home in West Seattle. Born April 29, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

He moved to Portland as a young man during the depression where he established a large masonry contracting business with his brother.


Passed away in Seattle on Sunday, July 1, 2007 at the age of 92. She was born in St. Ignace, Michigan on April 19, 1915. Ruth was the youngest daughter of Thomas and Flora Beveridge. She moved to West Seattle with her family in 1922 where her father owned and operated the Spring Hill Grocery store. Ruth attended Jefferson Elementary School, James Madison Jr. High School and was graduated from West Seattle High School in 1934.

Ruth was preceded in death by her husband Norman Martin. They were married in 1935 and began their married life in Skamokawa, Washington.