Larry Patrick Gillians died Sunday, February 5, 2006, at his home in West Seattle.

Larry was born May 8, 1950, in Harrisburg, PA and resided over 20 years in Anchorage, AK before moving to Seattle. He worked for The Boeing Company for the last 15 years as an engineer.

Larry loved to ride his Harley Davidson motorcycle on road trips and participated in several charity benefits as well. He gave of his time to so many people who needed it.


Our dearest friend, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather went home to be with his Lord on Feb. 9, 2006, at the age of 85. Glenn is survived by his loving wife, Marjorie; their two children, Virginia Moor and her husband David, and Marilynn Jovanovich and her husband Jim; his grandchildren, Carrie Moor Gustafson, and her husband Paul, Jonathan Moor and his wife Jamaica, Benjamin Moor, Megan and Peter Jovanovich; his great-grandchildren Andrew and David Gustafson.

Glenn graduated from Stadium High School in Tacoma, Wash.


81, passed away peacefully February 3, 2006. Born December 14, 1924, in Chicago, Illinois, the only child of Edwin and Paula Gilmore. She was a long time resident of West Seattle where she raised her three children. She was very involved in PTA and eventually became PTA president at Chief Sealth High School in the 70's. She continued her connection with past PTA presidents and members when they would meet annually for a luncheon. In 1995, she retired from a job she loved in the City of Seattle's Traffic Engineering Department. She was a strong believer and loved the Lord.

Born August 14, 1934 in Seattle. Passed away February 9, 2006 after a seven year battle with ovarian cancer. She was surrounded by her family. Survivors include Wally Styrk, husband of 52 years, four children: Pamela Crim, (Doug) Gregory Styrk, (Linda) Lynne Crockett, (Matt) Karen Williams, (Darrin) and eight grandchildren: Bryan Crim, Ryan and Jenni Styrk, Elli, Mariah, Hannah & Salvador Crockett and Zach Williams. Julie also leaves behind an extended family and many best friends.

She attended Fauntleroy Elementary, James Madison Jr.

A loving Husband and Father.

Age 73 Born 4-27-1932 in Van Hook, ND. Died 2-4-2006 in Seattle, WA.

Survived by his Loving wife of 49 years Bonnie A. Johnson.

His children Kurt, Teri Barreras (Jose), CPO Brian Ret. Navy (Rowena),

LCDR Michael (Kerri).

Grandchildren: Jeremy Barreras (April), Christopher Barreras, Ashley Barreras,

Florence Engleson, 93, was born to Adolph "Ed" Wohlrabe and Flora McCallum Wohlrabe on August 28, 1912, in Woodland, Washington, and passed away January 20, 2006, in Seattle, Washington. She was a long time West Seattle resident who also lived in Tacoma for 13 years and spent her last year residing at The Kenney.

She is survived by her daughter, Barbara Joan Freeman; grandchildren Cheryl Larijani (Fred), Nancy Freeman, Jim Freeman (Janet), Jeffrey Hilton Jr., Jennifer Riffel (Brent), Jeremy Hilton, Jessica Hilton, Jillian Hilton and Jonathan Hilton; and seven great-grandchildren.


Alice Mildred "Millie" Carlock was born on August 19, 1925 in Granite County, Oklahoma. Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, cousin, aunt, and friend to many, passed away on Wednesday February 8, 2006 after a short battle with bile duct cancer.

Millie grew up in Oklahoma, Texas, and California. In 1942 she met hr future husband, Donald Carlock, on a cross-county train when she and her mother were moving from Los Vegas to St. Petersburg Florida. Don was in the army and was being transferred from Ojai, California to Fort Benning, Georgia.

1907 - 2006

Clarence was born March 27, 1907 in Georgetown, Washington (annexed by Seattle in 1910). He was a precision machinist at the Continental Can Company retiring after many years, a past master of South Gate Lodge No. 247, F&AM, and a member of the West Seattle Christian Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris, of 73 years.


Margaret's family and friends celebrate the life of this kind, spirit-filled, gracious woman. Born on December 17, 1911, Margaret lived all of her life in Seattle (Mt. Baker and Alki neighborhoods) - and Kirkland/Juanita - until her peaceful passing on February 6, 2006 at the age of 94. She felt blessed to live in such a beautiful area. An only child, Margaret graduated from Kirkland High in 1929 and attended the UW for one year. She was intelligent, loved to laugh, and had a dry sense of wit and humor.