Death notices as of June 25, 2017

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Painting by Chrystine Westphal
Obituaries are condensed biographies of people's lives, written by the people who loved them.

Like a memorial service, they tell us things we may not have known about the person, and may leave us wishing we had known them better.

Obituaries from The Seattle Times

Memorial service held at Shoreline Unitarian Church for former SCC English Professor. Served on board of University Unitarian Church and Seattle Indian Center.

Services were held at Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church. Stationed in Germany with the Army. In retirement, he was active with the 1st District Democratic party.

Douglas Allen Freund  1951-2017 
Graduated from Shorecrest in 1970. Master Electrician with IBEW 40. He and wife Wendy loved to travel, with Cook Islands being a favorite destination.

Funeral mass at St. Lukes in Shoreline. Worked at WAMU and Homestreet Bank. "Her passions included family and friends, gardening, quilting and collecting hearts."

Shoreline resident was a founding member of the Shoreline Unitarian Church. A social worker, she worked at Group Health, had a private practice, and taught at Antioch University. "Maybe a bit outspoken for some -- yet for others she helped them find their voice."

Elmo F. Little  age 92  Shoreline resident was married to wife Linda for 68 years. Services at North Seattle Alliance Church. Taught high school science and biology for 30 years in Seattle Schools.

Frances Louise Fodor  1922-2017  Lake Forest Park resident for 69 years. She and husband Oscar were married for 62 years. "She enjoyed traveling, a good martini, lazy hot days in the Methow..." Member of Children's Orthopedic Guild, Aqua Club, and many charitable organizations.

Albert N. Beers  1921-2017  Shoreline resident was an engineer for Honeywell. Married to wife Joan for 68 years. Enlisted in the army for WW II just shy of his 18th birthday, but the war ended before his convoy reached Japan - so he went back to college. Preceded in death by both of his daughters and a grandson. Survived by his wife and son.

Virginia Brangwin  1922 -  2017
“She loved it while she was here." Those are the words our mother wanted to be remembered by. People and experiences were her greatest treasures. Dinny passed away peacefully, surrounded by loved ones, hours after celebrating her 95th birthday.



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