Paul Johnston died peacefully September 10, 2005 at age 84 in Seattle of pneumonia and complications from Alzheimer's disease. Born March 30, 1921 in Page County, Iowa to Leo and Florence Johnston, he was known throughout his life as a kind and honest gentleman.

After serving in the Navy during World War II, he earned a doctor of chiropractic degree in 1952 from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and began practicing in California. He moved to Seattle several years later and opened the West Seattle Chiropractic Clinic in 1966, practicing there until his retirement in 1984.

Born 9-11-1910. Died 8-31-2005

Jack was born on September 11, 1910 to Dell and Cora Christian in Payette, Idaho. After graduating from High School, he joined the Navy and served on the battleship Oklahoma. In 1934 Jack met the love of his life, Bea Dunn, and were married that year. With Bea working, Jack attended and graduated from the University of Idaho and later the University of Missouri at Kansas City with a degree in dentistry. After graduating, Jack began a dental practice in West Seattle and later enlisted in the Air Force and served as a Major in Korea.


Julia Rita Antonioni Rhodes, age 65, died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2005. Julie is survived by her son Jeff Rhodes, daughter Michelle Wardian, and 4 sisters: Joanne Polzen, Mary Ann Wondra, Lucy Kohli, and Cathy Osborne. Julie also leaves behind her beloved grandchildren Ava Wardian, Noelle Wardian, and Thomas Rhodes. Her special canine companion (Domino) was adopted by Julie's son.

Julie was born in Mayville, Wisconsin to John and Angelina Antonioni who immigrated from Cis, Italy.

Passed away September 5th. Survived by wife Joyce, son Steven, three grandchildren, three great grandchildren.

Donations to be made to Cancer Fund Memorial at Fauntleroy Church, 9260 California Ave SW Seattle, WA.

Thursday September 15th at 11 o'clock.

Ivy Mae (Pinkney) Jutte, 86 passed away Monday, August 29, 2005 in Huntsville, Texas. She was born June 16, 1919 in Seattle Washington.

Services will be held Friday, September 2, 2005 at the First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, Texas with interment to follow in Seattle under the direction of forest Lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery on Sunday, September 4, 2005 at 10 a.m.

Friends and family are invited to share the thoughts and memories of Miss Ivy online at

Wife of 41 years to William E. Walbaum; Mom to Kristi, Marylynn and Nicole; Nana to Alex, Shane, Katelyn and Colby; sister to Malcolm.

At the age of 61, Vicky left this life to be with her parents Gilbert and Gert Rorke and her brother Doug. After a nearly 5-year battle with cancer, peace and comfort were finally hers on August 20th.

A celebration of her life was held on Tuesday, August 30th at St. John's Episcopal Church in West Seattle.

In lieu of flowers please send any donations to the family.

July 7, 1950 - August 4, 2005

We are sorry to report the passing of Robert Daniel Gagnat on August 4, 2005. Rob was born in Eugene, Oregon on July 7, 1950, and moved while very young to West Seattle where he lived with his father Robert (Bob), mother Hazel, and older sister Susan. The family moved to the Sunnydale area in 1957, long before 12th Ave. S became the third runway at SeaTac. During the 1950s and '60s, Sunnydale, with its creeks, small farms and many fields and gullies, was a peaceful and fun place for kids to roam.

Long-time West Seattle resident, Ruth J. Chappell, 84, died August 1, 2005, in Rathdrum, Idaho, after fighting a courageous battle with cancer.

She was born August 18, 1920, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Helga Rasmusson from Denmark and Oscar K. Larson from Nebraska.

On June 18, 1938, Ruth married Howard F. Chappell in Papillion, Nebraska. They moved to West Seattle in 1940. She worked as a secretary for Boeing and retired in 1977.

Robert Lloyd Wilson died August 11, 2005, at the age of 88. Lloyd was born June 19, 1917, in Josephine, North Dakota. He married Myrtle Elaine Moon December 1945 and they resided in West Seattle for over 60 years. He is survived by his wife, sons and their wives Larry and Leslie Wilson, Kenneth and Christine Wilson,, foster son, Don Deems and wife Darlene three grandchildren, Amanda, Adam, and Allison, great grandson, Benjamin, and siblings Dr. Arthur Wilson and Mabel Johannesson.

He served in the Merchant Marines during World War II.