Death Notices as of January 31, 2019

Saturday, February 2, 2019

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 extracted from The Seattle Times

Mary Elizabeth Carson  1919-2018  Services were held at St. Matthew's for 99 year old Shoreline resident Mary Carson.

Lou Ann Hussman-Mercado  1933-2018  Services were held at Trinity Presbyterian for retired teacher and counselor. Lou Ann was an athlete devoting many years as a national level, competitive rower.

Patricia Ann Erickson  1931-2018  Pat Erickson raised four children in Shoreline and worked in her husband's dental office. She was active in PTA and Ronald Methodist Church. In 1977 they moved for her husband's career, living in several different states. After retirement they returned to Shoreline.

Mary DeLacey Warme  1947-2019  Funeral mass was held at St. Mark's for librarian Mary Warme, who died at Parkridge Care in Shoreline.

Earl Bond Hansen, Jr.  1933-2019  Died in Shoreline. From 1968 to 1977, he was the Religion Editor of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Robert Edmond Lambert  1939-2018  Services were held at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church for Navy veteran Lambert. He retired after 25 years teaching in Seattle schools. He was an accomplished athlete who loved to travel.

Mary Yaeko Weatherford  1930-2019  Retired paraeducator at Parkwood elementary passed away at age 88 in Shoreline.

James E. (Pipio) Beaulieu  1931-2018  Retired Seattle school teacher died in Shoreline. Services were held at CRISTA Rehab and Skilled Care, Shoreline.

Paul C. Leaf  1934-2019  "He directed the choir at Calvin Presbyterian Church in Shoreline for 27 years until his last concert in May 2004. After his work at Calvin, Paul formed a nondenominational choir to raise money through its performances for Bible Camps in Ukraine." Services were held at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Shoreline.

Ed Francis Fayette, Jr.  1944-2018  Passed away in Shoreline with his seven children and partner by his side. Coast Guard veteran spent most of his work life in Anchorage then divided his time between there and Shoreline after retirement.

Darle Joe Blumenthal  1933-2019  Air Force veteran lived in Innis Arden from 1968 to 1998 while he ran the family business providing uniforms for first responders. He was a car buff especially for 1965-66 Mustangs and at one time owned 20 of them. He had a special fondness for the Boys and Girls Club and donated generously to the organization.

Betty Odle  1925-2018  Betty was a second grade teacher at Sunset Elementary in Shoreline for many years. She was an active volunteer, including with the Sno-King Retired Teachers association. She and her husband Bob sang in the choir at University Christian Church. Betty was a member of Eastern Star.

John Rogers Marts  1947-2018  Graduated from Shoreline High School and then the UW in 1969. Joined the Navy and completed flight training, then came home and got a law degree from Gonzaga. He practiced in Edmonds for 40 years. He was a serious mountain climber, and was part of an American team in the Russian Pamirs the year that 15 climbers were killed. He was a river rafter, rock climber, strong and active to the end.

Jerry England  1927-2018  Services were held at First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach for Mountlake Terrace resident Jerry England.

Mary E. Wandler  1935-2019  The Wandlers raised their five children in Lake Forest Park, then moved to Sun City, Arizona in retirement. They recently returned to make their home in Bothell.

Rourke David Van Zile  Services were held at Lake Forest Park Civic Club for 2015 UW Phi Beta Kappa graduate Rourke. "We lost Rourke to addiction and instead of probing the "what ifs," we are choosing to celebrate all the wonderful memories of him, and there are so many."

Wilfred "Bill" Harry Epping  1926-2019  Civil engineer Epping had a long and varied career in construction. He was a long-time parishioner of St. Luke Catholic Church, where services were held. He was active in Society of St. Vincent de Paul at his church, and pursued interests in gardening, genealogy, and painting.

Kenneth Pavlick  1940-2018  Services held at St. Mark's and burial at Holyrood for Kenneth Pavlick, who died in Florida.

Thomas Charles Spinney  age 82  Long-time Shoreline resident was a Navy veteran and a retired Seattle school teacher. With his wife Barbara, who predeceased him, he enjoyed fishing, camping and travel. In later years he enjoyed water color and golf. Services at First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach in Shoreline.


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