Death Notices for July 1 - 31, 2019

Friday, August 23, 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 and other sources

David T. Pogson 1960 - 2019 David was a graduate of O'Dea High School, Shoreline Community College and North Seattle College.

Daniel Kuhn 1981 - 2019 Attended Shoreline Community College.

Steve Thoreson Memorial service held at the Innis Arden Clubhouse.

Judy Van Amburgh 1945 - 2019 Services at St. Mark's in Shoreline. Her professional life was spent at UW Medical Center, Stevens Hospital and Virginia Mason Hospital. She loved her family, friends, and most of all, her animals.

Roger Matthew Bean 1957 - 2019 Roger was raised in Shoreline with his three sisters and graduated from Shoreline High in 1975.

Bruce L. Smith 1938 - 2019 After retirement he spent 15 years assisting in the art department at Shoreline Community College. He was multi-talented in all art forms, with some on display at his church, Bethel Lutheran in Shoreline, where his services were held.

Pamela (Rigney) Pearson 1951 - 2019 She grew up in Shoreline attending St. Mark's, Morgan Jr. High and Shorecrest High School.

Donald John Hopen 1936 - 2019 In 1977 he married Karen Lorentzen and they lived in Shoreline for 42 years. Don served in the Naval Reserve and spent his entire career in the marine industry.

Alasdair Kirby 1961 - 2019 Memorial service at St. Luke for Lake Forest Park resident Kirby. Born in London, he crewed across the Atlantic five times, and was shipwrecked in Nova Scotia "an adventure that provided good stories, like his pierced ear, told over Irish whiskey or a pint."

Rosemary Ellen Guiley 1950 - 2019 Raised in Shoreline and attended Shoreline High School. Guiley was the author of 65 books on the paranormal. She was a frequent speaker, radio guest, and was featured in many television documentaries. She was buried in Acacia in Lake Forest Park.

Marie Louise Malneritch 1930 - 2019 Taught 1st grade at Echo Lake Elementary in Shoreline until her retirement. She was the first President of Kappa Kappa Iota teaching sorority.

Kathryn Lee (Reinbold) Hagstrom 1938 - 2019 Married Richard Hagstrom and raised their three sons in Shoreline.


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