Local Realtor, Kris Sellers, husband passes.

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Elsie Last was born in Neustadt, Germany on August 6, 1917 and passed away peacefully in her home after a long battle with cancer in Seattle, Washington on July 6, 2006. She is survived by daughter, Ingrid (DiDi) Hoff, two grandsons; Bill (Melanie) Hoff and Ray Hoff and three grandchildren; Tony, Stephanie, and Rajon, two cousins and her long time friend, Fritz Langanka. She is preceded in death by her husband, Hans, in 1989.

Elsie was very active in the German Club, Salvation Army and Seattle Center Dancing.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m.

Muriel Stivers was bon on Septembers 29, 1928 in Hoonah, Alaska and passed away on June 15, 2006 in Seattle, Washington. She is survived by her eleven children and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Jefferson Myron Stivers, son Robert William Stivers and daughter Cecelia Marjorie Stivers. A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. on June 24th, 2006 at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Seattle, Washington. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Heart Association.


Born 1918 in Bremerton, Bob passed away on June 9th. He was an early-day skier and climber, graduate of the UW, and WWII naval officer. Engineer and manager at the Washington State Surveying and Rating Bureau, Bob was involved with many fire protection engineering organizations.

Bob and his wife raised three children. Active with the boy scouts, Bob taught many kids about mountain travel. Bob skied and hiked until his mid 80's and was often in Lincoln Park until recently.

The family will have a picnic in Lincoln Park, September 2.

Oscar A. Nelson, age 71, passed away on 23 May 2006, after a short illness. He was born in Craig, Alaska into the Raven clan of the Tlinget tribe, of which he was very proud. After eight years in the US Navy, serving on the USS Boxer and USS Hancock, Oscar spent the majority of his life in Seattle. He was a member, and served as an officer, in VFW Post 2713. A brother, sister, many nieces and a nephew survive him. Interment will be at Tahoma National Cemetery on 29 June at 11 a.m. Please sign our guest book at www.Howden-Kennedy.com.


Sharon passed away peacefully at home on June 15, 2006 surrounded by family and friends.

Born July 25, 1941 to Fred and Adeline Dodd, Sharon was raised on a farm in Redmond through her grade school years. Growing up, Sharon attended many schools in the greater Seattle area and would graduate from Lake Washington High School in 1959. Influenced by her brother, Fred Jr. she developed an affinity for fast cars, which turned into a love of drag racing. She met and later married Dick Kalivoda and they would make West Seattle their home.

Doris Conn, age 77, born in S. River, New Jersey on February 6, 1929, passed away peacefully at home, while surrounded by family, on Sunday, June 18, 2006. She and Thomas A. Conn moved to Genesee Hill in West Seattle in 1969 where they raised six children. She worked as a seamstress in North Seattle and later in Modern Care, until retiring in 2002 at age 73. She is preceded in death by infant daughter, and by husband Thomas "Alvin" having cremation plots together in the Rose Garden at Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Passed away on June 11th at home after an extended illness. Bob was born in Seattle on April 15th, 1921 and resided there the majority of his life.

After growing up in West Seattle, he graduated from Edison Vocational School and then attended the University of Washington, where he was a member of crew. The next years were spent serving in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II.

While his career was spent as an Executive at Ford Motor Company and later at Boeing, he was always a "car" guy at heart. During this time of his life, his hobby was his work.

Walter "Roy" Moyer, age 84, passed away peacefully June 13, 2006 in Burien, Washington. Beloved father of Judith K. MacMillan (Bellevue), and grandpa of Joyce LeCompte-Mastenbrook and Bridgette Boudreau (both of Seattle). Great-grandpa to Jessie and Jasmine. He was preceded in death by his high school sweetheart and lifetime love, Maxine Iris, in 1990; and by his second wife Beaulah Luthy Moyer in 2001. Roy was a self-made man; he took pride in his work as Head Materials and Fabrication Inspector for the state of Washington and believed in a lifetime of learning.