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December 12, 1934 � August 17, 2006. Passed away peacefully after an extended illness. Survived by his wife of 23 years, Marcia, daughters Linda (Paul) Wallace, Lisa (Dan) Wallace-Baker, step children Michael Sipes, Nora (Andy) Scully, Carolyn (Sean) McCarty, granddaughters Madeline Baker, Anna Schmid, step-grandchildren Owen, Tom & Alec Scully, Fiona & Liam McCarty, cousins Joyce Ways, Marylen (Maurice) Fitzgerald, Richard Powers and their families.

Neil was born in Omaha Nebraska to parents Dale & Ethyl "Dixie" Wallace.

Mary R. Mazzoni, long-time West Seattle resident. Passed away peacefully on August 22 at the age of 85. Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt. She was born to Carmela and Salvatore Alfarone in Seattle on Valentine's Day, 1921. Preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Amadeo "Dave" Mazzoni. She is survived by her children, Ray (Ruth), Geri (Chuck) Barnett; her grandchildren, Tiffany, Jennifer, and John; her sisters, Teresa Pankiewicz and Edi Olund; and her many loving nephews and nieces.

Albert M. "Mickey" Butler, beloved father of Pat, Ed and Jim passed away on August 20, 2006 at the age of 89. He was born in Cut Bank, Montana in 1917 and moved to Seattle with his wife Lorayne in 1938.

He worked at Boeing for over 30 years retiring in 1979. He loved family, music, friends and camping.

In addition to his sons, he leaves behind two daughter-in-laws; five grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Memorial Service was held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, August 29, 2006 at Yarington's Funeral Home.

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John F. Scully, age 78 was born in Beverly, Massachusetts and passed away after a short illness. John married Shirley Talbert in September 1982. He was a wonderful, thoughtful father, husband, and an exceptional son-in-law. His mother-in-law Ethel Neal, who recently preceded John in death, was well taken care of by him. He resided in West Seattle for more than 30 years. John sailed for 43 years into various ports around the world as a merchant seaman. The last 15 he employed by Sea Land.

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Ed was taken to his eternal rest on August 22, 2006, after a short stay at Swedish Hospital. He was a lifelong West Seattle resident, graduate of West Seattle High School and Kings Point Academy, New York. He served in the Merchant Marine during WWII. Ed retired after 33 years at General Steamship.

Born March 9, 1917 in Seattle, Washington to Andrew and Lucia Fasevich. Passed away peacefully on August 9, 2006. She was a graduate of Beacon Hill Grade School, Franklin High School (Class of '35), and Wilson Business College. Preceded in death by her husband Alex, whom she was married to for 56 years. She and her husband owned and operated High Point Shoe Repair, in West Seattle, for 35 years. She is survived by her sons, Philip (Jeny), of CA and Robert Sr.

William David Smith was born on October 7, 1940 in Cresco, IA. Later the family moved to Kingman, AZ. Bill served in the National Guard from 1959-1967. He served in the Pacific.

After his tour he came to Seattle. Bill enjoyed dancing at the Mountaineers Club as well and the Seattle Center.

He worked at Alaska Copper and Brass. He was member of Teamsters. He was a member of the Eagles, and enjoyed Karaoke and dancing.

He danced to a unique rhythm that will always be remembered.

William passed away May 31, 2006.

April 22, 1908 - August 7, 2006

At the age of 98 Willa passed away, she is preceded in Death by her husband Fred and son Doug. She is survived by a stepdaughter Diane and nephews and a number of close friends. Willa moved to West Seattle in 1957 and has lived there until her death on August 7, 2006.

At her request funeral services were private and for family and close friends only.

Arnold William Jarvimaki, 85 passed away on August 4, 2006 in Coupeville, Washington. He was born in Shell Lake Township, Minnesota on December 26, 1920 to Eino and Anna (Longfos) Jarvimaki. He was the oldest of five children and he grew up learning to speak both Finnish and English languages.

He was worker in the production of Copper for Victory at the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in Butte, Montana and served in the Army as an infantryman where he was awarded a bronze medal for good conduct.

Arnold worked in heavy construction and was a licensed powderman.