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. rock club, arts and crafts, sewing, animals, and dancing.

Born February 13, 1925 in Sterlingshire, Scotland to Alexander and Catherine Wylie he dies recently in his beloved West Seattle "Alki" area.

Murray was a man of the world, residing in Buenos Aires, England and California. A veteran of WWII, Murray graduated from the University of Washington and was a proud member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was also a member of CRI, Creative Retirement Institute.

Murray married Zena Nennsberg in 1954.


Passed away Sunday, September 16, 2007 after a long, hard fought battle with Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He will be remembered by family and friends alike as a determined adventurer and educator who loved the different cultures of the world as well as his many students.

John Taught for 30 years at Denny Middle School in West Seattle. His spare time was dedicated to travel throughout the world. He is survived by his wife Laura, sister Dorothy Wood, seven nephews and their families.

Memorial services are scheduled for 12 p.m. September 29 at St.


Of 16 Cotton Hollow Road, Naugatuck, Conn., passed away suddenly Saturday September 15, 2007, at the age of 49. She was wife of Daniel D. Labrecque, former employee of Uniroyal Chemical.

She was born March 26, 1958, in Renton, daughter of Carol McFarlane of Des Moines, Wash., and Gary McCorkle of Kennewick. Connie was an avid reader and worked part time for Barnes & Noble Books and Walden Books. She enjoyed her furry companions Iggy, Rufus, and Teddy. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She graduated from Mount Rainier High School.


Passed away quietly in Richland, Wash., as the result of a paralyzing stroke. She was 92 years old.

Annie was born at home in Humbolt, Tenn., on April 15, 1915 to W.C. and Nannie Hammond. She lived in West Seattle for 66 years.


Al passed away September 2 after a very short battle of metastasized colon cancer. Born in Cle Elum Washington, December 31, 1919 to Mary Sciacero and Dominic Martin Pricco. Al is survived by his sister Esther Schaute, and was preceded in death by his brother Atillio Pricco (10/21/93). Family members: First wife, Margaret (Peggy) Parsons (preceded him in death 2/21/07) - together their children are: son, Martin Pricco (Heidi) Parsons and daughter, Diedre Pricco Parsons. Their grandchildren are: Martin Parsons, Quentin Parsons, and Angela Parsons.

A 98-year-old resident of Providence Mount St. Vincent in West Seattle, died September 12, 2007. She was the beloved mother of Raymond (Joan) Petit, Sammamish, John (Marlene) Petit, Renton, and Mary (David) Rogge, West Seattle. She enjoyed the company of 7 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. Proceeded in death by husband, Raymond L. Petit, sisters Edith Mutter and Jessie Smith, and brothers William, Fredrick, and Edward Mutter.

Fanny was born on November 30, 1908, in Uxbridge, England.


Rodney (Mike) Earnest came to Alki Point in 1927 when he was five years old. He grew up with a love of the winds, the tides and sailing. He and neighbor boys built and raced sailboats, learning skills that influenced their lives.

Mike bid a final farewell to Alki on Wednesday, August 1st.

He is survived by his wife Natalie (Penny); his three children Conrad, Matthew, and Greta; and two grandchildren, Miles and Clara.

Penny and Mike spent 40 years in Woodstock, New York where they raised their family in the Catskill Mountains.


Royal passed away in the comfort of his home on September 6th, just short of his 83rd birthday. Royal was born on Oct. 22nd, 1924 in Seattle and spent his entire life as a West Seattle resident. "Pop" fondly remembered attending Alki Elementary, Madison Jr. High and was a proud West Seattle HS Indian.

Royal enjoyed a long career as one of Seattle's leading commercial photographers. After high school graduation, he began as a staff photographer for The Seattle Times.