Death notices as of November 21

Saturday, November 22, 2014

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.

Fabia Biderbost  1955-2014  Born in Peru, Shoreline was her home for 23 years. She and her husband raised three children in Shoreline and she was an active member of Bethel Lutheran Church, where her services were held. Outgoing and social, she could make a friend of anyone. She battled breast cancer for 18 years, and did not let it bring her down.

Margaret Rowe-Nelson  1926-2014  Active member of Shoreline Kiwanis, she struggled with cancer for seven years. Trained as a teaching sister, she taught elementary school for twenty years as a member of the Holy Names Order. Leaving the order, she married and raised a family while working at the King County Youth Center for 22 years.

Julia Norman Krick  1912-2014   Long-time resident and active member of the Lake Forest Park community. First female president of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce, Shoreline-LFP Historical Museum Board, the Lake Forest Park Planning Commission, and active member of St. Mark Catholic Church parish where her mass was said. Burial at Acacia in LFP.

George Jay Bunce  1935-2014  George and wife Diane raised their daughters and son in Shoreline and loved watching the grandkid's activities. Longtime Seahawks and Huskies fan, his home was the gathering place of the neighborhood.

George Ove Walsh  1930-2014 George taught social studies in the Shoreline School District for 33 years, at Cordell Hull Middle School, Einstein, and Shorewood. At Shorewood, George also coached Hi-Q, refereed basketball, and taught driver's education. "He acted as senior class advisor and was regularly voted 'teacher of the year' by the senior class." In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations for KCTS - Channel 9 public TV station.

Clarence E. Kerlee  1931-2014  Survived by wife of 59 years, Evelyn, he worshipped at Calvin Presbyterian Church, where services were held. Worked at Boeing for 34 years, then retired to pursue horticulture, traveling, bridge and the Seahawks. Long battle with cancer.

Francis John Ebert  1924-2014  Passed away at home with his wife and daughter by his side. Rosary and mass at St. Mark parish. Donations to St. Vincent de Paul.

Betty May Lamb  1925-2014  Passed away from complications of Alzheimer's. 50 year resident of Innis Arden where she and her husband raised five children. She was active in the historical society of Germans from Russia. An artist in the kitchen, baking beautifully decorated cakes, and German dishes, she was also a fine artist and left many paintings for her family to enjoy. Services at First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach.

Virginia Bell Erickson  1922-2014  Grew up in Lake Forest Park then moved to Seattle and graduated from Roosevelt in 1940. Lived the rest of her life on Whidbey Island.

Marcie E. Bosch  1952-2014  Worked for Quest for 30 years, then for the Shoreline School District as a Para Educator in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program and in Learning Support.

Else (Susegg) Sorensen  1930-2014  Passed away peacefully in Shoreline. Born in Steinkjer, Norway in 1930, she immigrated to Seattle in 1959. A 50 year member of Leif Erikson Lodge, Sons of Norway, she hosted the Kaffe-stua every other Tuesday for close to 20 years, and was known for her waffles.

Marilyn Vujovich  1933-2014  Taught three years at Ridgecrest Elementary in Shoreline before staying home in Shoreline to raise her children. Services at St. Dunstan's.

Ernest Joseph Sidler  1938-2014  Born in Switzerland, he immigrated to the US in 1959 and lived in greater Los Angeles. When he retired in 2009, he moved to Shoreline to be closer to his son and grandchildren. He died peacefully after a lingering battle with cancer.


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