Long-Time West Seattle Resident

Marjorie Wylde Delsman, age 97, died in her home on January 2, 2007. The daughter of Pearl and Samuel Wylde, who immigrated to West Seattle from Canada and England respectively, Marjorie was born on March 7, 1909, in the family home on 47th Ave S.W. Her grandfather, Samuel Wylde, founded Novelty Mill flour Company in 1893 and developed it into a prosperous family business shipping "Excellent Flour' to Alaska and Asia. The mill was located Where Salty's Seafood Grill on Alki is today.

Beloved Mother and Grandmother

Lifelong resident of West Seattle passed away Dec. 24, 2006. She leaves behind daughter, Jean Sellars; grandchildren, Kim, Bill (Carla) and Mike; 5 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren and she will be missed by many close friends. Memorial Service to be held in the spring when it is warmer and the flowers are blooming. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. To send a message to the family please visit www.mem.com. Arrangements entrusted to Forest Lawn Funeral Home & Cemetery.

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Janice Clark Lipsky, 81, made her transition on December 13, 2006, at her home in Lynden. Janice was born on May 18, 1925 and raised in West Seattle with her sister and two brothers. She graduated from West Seattle High School in 1943. In 1944 she married Garth A. Lipsky at West Seattle Christian Church.

Janice is survived by two daughters, Kathy L. Shadrick , Carol L.

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Janice Ennis-Nerison died of unknown causes in West Seattle at a family member's home. She was born on January 7, 1961 in Bremerton,Washington to Cyrus W. and Beverly J. (Disher) Stilwell and was raised in West Seattle. She spent the last ten years in Yuma, Arizona and recently moved back to Seattle to be closer to her family.

Janice was a loving and devoted mother who also loved her three cats. She had a long career as a retail clerk with many loyal and devoted customers.

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Jeannette C. Giorgetti, of West Seattle, passed away on December 9, 2006. Her family and loving husband of 63 years, Jack, were by her side. She cherished her time spent with her friends and husband at the Corner Inn of West Seattle. At the time of her passing, she was listening to a recording of Lauren Petrie (piano bar) and her friends at the Corner Inn.

Jeannette was born November 26, 1925 in Greeley, Nebraska to Marea and James Murphy. She attended Licoln High School and lived in Victory Heights.

Steve Cox was born in Seattle, Washington on April 29, 1960, and lost his life in the line of duty on December 2, 2006. He was 46. He was a loving and devoted husband to his wife, Maria and the proudest of fathers to his 1-year-old son, Bronson and his stepdaughter Nicole. Steve will be deeply missed by all whose life he touched, including his family, the King County Sheriff's Department where he proudly served, and the community of White Center where he was a vital part of their community. Steve will be deeply missed by his loving parents, Ronald E. Cox and Joan E.

Lucille O. Peterson (Lucy) passed away peacefully at Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland, WA, December 2, 2006, after a long struggle with complications from hip surgery.

Born June 25, 1913, at Creosote, Bainbridge Island, she later moved to West Seattle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Hausman and brother, Claude.

Velva Verna Resser, 90 Green Valley Arizona, formerly of Seattle Washington went home to be with the Lord November 25, 2006. She was born November 18, 1916 in Springdale Arkansas, the daughter of Elbert and Verna Clemmer

She was very involved in volunteer work in Seattle at the VA Hospital and also at Santa Rita Care Center in Green Valley.

Maxine left us peacefully on November 15, 2006 after a full life of 84 years. She leaves behind five daughters (Janice, Joyce, Joan, Karen and Carol), a son (Phillip) and five grandchildren (Adrienne, Adam, Paul, Katelin and Heather), a brother (Everett) as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and many dear friends. She was preceded in death by her husband of 27 years, Edward Tomisser. She will be greatly missed by us all and leaves a legacy of love and support.

Maxine had a number of passions and a true zest for life.