Walter was born June 15, 1914 in Kenosha, Wisconsin and died at home December 30, 2005 in Seattle. Having moved from Chicago to Seattle in 1937 Wally retired after 40 years with the Boeing Company as an aeronautical engineer. Throughout his life he was an avid fisherman, hunter, inventor and Danish baker. His creative mind was always investigating the newest and most innovative gadgets, but never far away were WD-40 and duct tape for any repairs.

He lived his faith as a member of Peace Lutheran Church for over 50 years.

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Born October 18, 1928, passed away January 4, 2006. Business years from 1957-1982. Grocery owner of Tervo's on California Avenue Southwest and Tervo's Mini Mart at Southwest Fauntleroy Way. Mr. T. - a man ahead of the times, with great visions of the future, from penny candy to Dom Perignon. Long hours and hard work were his way of life.

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Corinne B. Sarkies (nee Newquist) was born April 13, 1914 and died December 31, 2005. She is survived by her three children, Jeffrey, Todd (Ilene) and Carol, and her three grandchildren, Jason, Tessa and Daneka Sarkies. One brother, Donald Newquist (Edith), also survives, as well as other members of the extended family. We are grateful to the many people who extended kindness to our mother during her final illness as well. Thank you to her friends at Brittany Park who helped her find a new community that gave her great joy in the last years of her life.

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Shirley A. Hoover, born February 18, 1928 in Seattle and passed away December 20, 2005 in Seattle. She was a long time member of the West Seattle Yacht Club and was an active bowler in West Seattle. Shirley retired from Boeing after twenty-nine years. She is survived by her brother, Jim Carter, and wife Kathy, and sons, Bill, Bob (Thelma) and Jim Hoover; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She is preceded in death of her husbad Jim. A celebration of Life will be held from 1 p/m/ until 4 p.m., Thursday, December 29, 2005 at 8622 22nd Avenue SW, Seattle, Washington 98106.

87 years old. Beloved husband of Kay for 62 years and father of three, grandfather of eight and great grand-father of 1 1/2. Bruce Wallace McLellan was a lifetime resident of West Seattle and passed on December 28th, 2005.

Bruce graduated West Seattle High School in 1936 and attended Gonzaga University on a football scholarship.

Prior to World War II Bruce worked at the Bremerton Ship Yard. He served his country in the Navy on the U.S.S. Harry E. Hubbard during the war.

After the war Bruce then went back to work at the Ship Yard.

October 6, 1960 - December 24, 2005

Michelle left us peacefully on Christmas Eve and became an angel. She had spent this year in a courageous battle with mouth cancer, she amazed and had everyone in awe with her spunkiness and her powerful determination to keep going and to live each day to the fullest.

Michelle was born 45 years ago in Seattle to her parents James and Madelyn, (now deceased). She grew up, went to school, raised her son and spent all of her adult life in West Seattle. Her personality and zest for life, lit up a room.

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Dorothy V. Lockerbie died peacefully on December 23, 2005 in West Seattle. Born in Portland, Oregon on February 2, 1910, she was the sixth in a family on seven children. She graduated from Portland's Commerce (now Cleveland) High School in 1928. On June 12, 1931 she married Harold Lockerbie and they enjoyed more than 57 years of life together. During the 1930's she worked for a real estate firm in Portland. On August 2, 1942, Harold and Dorothy were blessed with their only son Jim.

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God (Mt. 5:8). Our dear Linda left this earth suddenly, on December 1. She was loved by many. Her life was full of giving and serving others. As the oldest sister of seven, she helped raise five younger siblings.