PostHeaderIcon Joseph Harrison Ball II


Joseph Harrison BALL II Born in Lost Springs, Kansas on Sept. 23, 1923 and passed away on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2009 due to complications that caused kidney, lung and heart failure. After high school he attended McPherson Business College in Kansas and then spent 41 years employed by Boeing Airplane Company as an auditor, retiring in 1900. While in the U.S. Army Air Force, he flew 32 missions over Germany as a turret gunner. They were not hit once. In addition he was a member of the Boeing Gun Club, and until a few years ago a member of the Elks. Harrison’s wife Hazel died in 1973 so he finished raising their only child, Joseph Harrison Ball IV. At this time he leaves his son and son’s girlfriend Lori Milsten; a significant other of 35 years Joyce Williams; his grandson Joseph Harrison Ball V; and a great grandson Joseph Harrison Ball VI. Other family members include his sister Barbara Murray in Kansas, brother Larry Ball in Kansas and various nieces and nephews. The funeral will be on Thursday, Nov. 19th at 1:00 p.m. with viewing prior to the service, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., both at Yahn and Son Funeral Home, 55 W. Valley Hwy S., Auburn, WA 98001, phone number (253) 833-8877. Burial will be at Mt. View Cemetery, Auburn.
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PostHeaderIcon Juanita I. Marvin


Juanita I. MARVIN Juanita I. Marvin was born in Centralia, Washington on July 2, 1918 and passed away in Lacey, Washington on November 12, 2009. She was a lifelong member of the Eastern Star and Amaranth. Juanita was preceded in death by her husband Robert Author Marvin, Sr. and her brother Wayne Frye. She is survived by her two sons Robert A. (Sherian) Marvin, Jr. and Neil F. (Lora) Marvin; brother Glen (Gayle) Frye and six grandchildren. Visitation will be Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 18th and 19th 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM, and a Funeral Service will be held Friday, November 20, 2009 at 1:00 PM at Forest Lawn Funeral Home 6701 30th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126.
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PostHeaderIcon Judith Gest


Judith Gest
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PostHeaderIcon Kimo Nathaniel


NATHANIEL, Kimo (Age 88) Kim, as he was known to everyone, passed away Nov 13, ‘09. Parents Arita and Dimitrios migrated from Thessalonica, Greece. Born in Manchester, NH, Dec 6, 1920, he grew up with siblings Katherine, Genoula and George. He played high school sports and joined the Army Air Corps in 1942. He became a bombardier aboard B-25s and flew intense combat missions in World War II where he received three air medals and a silver star for bravery. Assigned to Spokane for R&R, he met Patricia Dittmer and they whisked off to San Antonio, TX, and were married 64 years ago. Kim served 22 years in the USAF in Supply, ROTC, as a Navigator aboard B-47s and B-52s, and as Chief of Plans at Fairchild AFB before retiring in 1963 as a Major. Prior to retiring, Kim and Pat had two children Steven and Kris who Kim absolutely adored. After the AF, Kim put his degree in graphic arts to work but moved into banking at SeaFirst where he found his second career. As a loan and credit officer for almost 20 years Kim knew and helped countless people and businesses in the Spokane area. Always a kind and gentle soul, Kim was very active in his beloved Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. He was treasurer for years but most loved making coffee and chatting with everyone. Kim enjoyed playing bridge, fishing, golfing and traveling. Kim and Pat made many treks to visit their grandkids Scott, Jon and Lauren Roark. Where ever he went Kim always had his trusty pipe, bag of tobacco, warm heart, and a kind word or snappy comment on life. His generosity, easy going nature and huge loving heart will be sorely missed. Viewing will be at Heritage Mon and Tues 10 am - 5 pm. Services will be held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1703 N. Washington, on Wed, Nov 18 at 11 am. Many thanks to Hospice of Spokane., NICHOLLS, Georgina (Age 78) Passed away in Spokane November 8, 2009. Born in Odessa in the family home, she and her eight siblings grew up and completed High School in Odessa, WA. She went on to Eastern Washington University where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Education. She began her teaching career in Prosser, Tekoa, Twisp, Reardan and settled in Davenport where she and her husband taught and ran his family farm. Here they raised their four children. Her passions were Art and Traveling. After Retirement in 1993, she began to travel and signed on with Wycliffe Ministries helping other Countries learn about God. She was a lifetime Lutheran. After four years, she settled in Spokane and began enjoying her grandkids and traveling abroad with her sister and college roommate. She was a devout Christian. She enjoyed life and lived it everyday according to God’s wishes. She is survived by three of her four children, Shannon Fleming and Family from Quincy, Chris Tareski and Family of Davenport, Travis Nicholls of Davenport; Daughter-in-Law Mary Nicholls of Veradale, Twin Brother, George Rodeck of Odessa, Sister Janet Heimbigner of Odessa, Sister Diana Blaskowsky of Wenatchee, and Brother Jack Rodeck of Port Townsend, numerous nieces and nephews and her 11 special grandchildren. Memorial services will be held November 21, at 2:00 at the Good Samaratin Community Center, 17028 E 8th Ave, Spokane Valley. Memorials can be made in her name to Teen Challenge in Spokane or Hospice House of Spokane
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PostHeaderIcon LAURA STEINTHAL


Laura Ann Steinthal The Steinthal and Van Dyk Family have given the Lord an angel. Laura lost her two year battle with breast cancer on November 16, 2009. Laura was a daughter, wife, mother, sister, aunt, beppe and beloved friend. Laura was born in California on March 12, 1957 and moved to Sumner Washington where she met and married her husband Mike Steinthal of 35 years. Laura lived for her two children, Tara Radford (Aaron) and Josh Steinthal (Heather), her two beautiful granddaughters Ariel and Addison Radford, and grandson Tristan. She is also survived by her parents Corty and Pinky Van Dyk, in-laws Jim and Fran Steinthal; her 5 siblings, Ida, Rich, Corrie, Ralph and Gertie, brother-in-law Ron (Lori). Laura has 13 nieces and nephews that she always cheered on and adored. The memorial will be held on Friday on November 20, 2009 at 10am, Sumner Presbyterian Church in downtown Sumner; viewing Thursday, November 19, 2009 from 6pm-8pm at Powers Funeral Home in Sumner. Please send a donation in Laura’s name to the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance., Private ceremony at gravesite. Following immediately will be a celebration of Laura’s life at the church.
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PostHeaderIcon LUETTA YOUNG


Luetta Marie Young Passed away on November 17, 2009. Lu was born July 3, 1929 in Isabel, South Dakota, to Luis and Mable Gellner. The family moved to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in the late 1930s, where Lu and her 5 siblings grew up. In 1948 she met Bill Young, an Army musician with the 2nd Infantry Division band, in Coeur d’Alene to play for a patriotic parade. Lu and Bill were married on August 25, 1951 in Coeur d’Alene and Lu’s married life began with 8 months as an Army bride at Fort Worden, Washington. On May 7, 1952 her only child, Stanley Allen Young, was born in Coeur d’Alene. Lu was principally a home-maker, but also spent several years as a retail clerk. During the 1960s and 70s Lu and Bill were “missile migrants” between Seattle and Vandenberg AFB, CA, for The Boeing company. They retired to Tacoma, WA in 1987. Since 2000 Lu has been an Alzheimer’s patient in a care facility in Lompoc, CA. She is survived by her husband Bill, son Stan and his wife Yvonne, their children: Jessica, Cory and Sean, all of Lompoc, CA; and her brother Phillip Gellner of Twin Falls, Idaho.
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PostHeaderIcon Leonard Albert Esteb “Len” Jr.


Leonard Albert Esteb “Len” Jr.
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PostHeaderIcon Liane Kay Mortimer


Liane Kay MORTIMER Beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend passed away peacefully November 9th following a cerebral aneurysm. Liane was born June 9th,1953 in Medford, Oregon to Dolores and the late Charles R. Mortimer. She graduated from Medford Senior High School in 1971 and the University of Washington school of business in 1979. Liane worked in reservations for United Air Lines for many years, making many life long friends. Later she worked as a corporate travel agent for several firms, most recently Carlson Travel for Amazon.com. Liane is survived by her children, Herb and Laurel Pierce, mother Dolores, sister Terri (Leo Young), and many other loving family members and friends. She will be greatly missed by all. Liane had a great sense of adventure as well as a great sense of humor. She traveled the world, with special fondness for Italy, Austrailia, Hawaii, and most recently China. Her humorous outlook always brightened the lives of those around her. Liane was also an avid gardener and a fabulous cook. She was someone who took time to “smell the roses”. She loved being in her garden, feeding the birds, planting flowers and communing with nature. Liane’s children meant everything to her and were the most important thing in her life. They brought her a deep sense of pride and joy. Memorial Services will be held at Hope Lutheran Church, 4456 42nd Ave SW on Sat., Nov. 21st at 11 a.m. Donations to an education fund for her children can be made in Liane’s name at any Sterling Savings bank or at lianemortimerfund.blogspot.com. We take comfort in knowing Liane is on her next great adventure, her spirit soaring, unhindered and free., Susan Ann MROWCA April 10, 1951 ~ November 8, 2009 Sue died suddenly at home with loving husband, Rob, at her side. Born To Dr. Max and Fran Auble in Detroit, Mi., Sue grew up in Grosse Pointe Park, Mi. She attended Grosse Pointe Schools,and Western Michigan University, where she received a B.A. and M.A. degree in Speech Pathology. Sue taught several years in the Kalamazoo Michigan area before moving to Woodinville, Wa. Sue taught in the Bellevue School District for many years until the time of her death.She dearly loved the children and staff she worked with in her teaching career. As the mother of Katie (Boettcher) and Laura Mrowca, Sue was active in all of the girls school and sports activities through the years. She dearly cherished her girls, and was so proud of them as young adult women. Sue and her husband Rob Carscallen appreciated every moment they had together. Sue loved traveling, cooking and gardening with Rob, and spending time with family. A cancer survivor, Sue was always optimistic, and felt able to conquer anything with Rob by her side. She loved the home and garden they had made together at Trilogy. Sue is survived by her loving husband Rob Carscallen of Redmond, WA; daughters Katie (Kevin) Boettcher, Laura Mrowca all of Bothell. Also survived by brother Bill (Julie) Auble, Cary, North Carolina, sister Mary (Len) Burke, Rockford, Illinois. Sister-in-law Sandra Auble, Gladstone, Michigan, Also in-laws Doug and Isabel Carscallen, Ontario, Canada, nieces, nephews and children. Predeceased by parents and brother, Richard Auble. A celebration of Sue’s life will be held Wed Nov. 18 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. at the Cascade Club, Trilogy at Redmond Ridge. 23215 NE Greens Crossing Road, Redmond. In lieu of flowers donations in Sue’s name may be made to Cascade Cancer Center, 12303 NE 130 Lane, Suite 120, Kirkland, WA 98034., Jan Noelle NALL May 13, 1968 ~ November 14th, 2009 Age 41. Jan was an extraordinary mother, wife and friend. She was truly beautiful inside and out and filled with an amazing spirit, strength and faith. Her bright smile and presence will be missed by all whose lives she touched. Jan died on Nov 14th, 2009 in Seattle. A Hawaiian native, Jan is survived by her husband of fourteen years, Michael, and 2 sons, Max age nine and Nainoa age five. Her mother, Florence Ellazar, and grandmother, Ivy David, reside in Oahu. Her father, Geoffrey Ellazar, resides in San Diego. She has one brother, Colonel Geoffrey Ellazar, Jr., who is stationed in San Antonio, Texas. She has extended family including aunts, uncles and cousins in San Diego and throughout the Hawaiin islands. Jan worked for Meisenbach Capital Management as an Account Executive. In lieu of flowers, gifts of remembrance may be made to: Kidcowww.kidscompany.org 206-781-8062. A Vigil Prayer Service will be Thursday, Nov. 19th, at 7 p.m. and the Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, November 20th, at 11:00a.m., BOTH at St. Joseph Church, 700 18th Ave. East, Seattle, WA 98112. Please sign the online guestbook at www.legacy.com. Hoffner Fisher & Harvey, Darwin Alfonso OBRAS Born September 25, 1977. Passed away November 13, 2009. Viewing Thursday 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday 12 Noon to 5:00 p.m. at Columbia Funeral Home. Rosaryto follow at St. George Church at 7:00p.m. Funeral Mass Saturday November 21, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at St. George Church. Burial to follow at Calvary Cemetery., Felicisma “Phyllis” A. Florendo OSOTEO Born June 29, 1924, in Naguilian La Union, Philippines and passed away peacefully November 7, 2009 at age 85. She was preceded in death by her husband Victor Sr. of 54 years. “Phyllis” is survived by her 8 children, Ellen (Walter Sr.-deceased) ,Victor Jr. (Susan), Randee (Norman), Rita, Robina “Susan”, Miki, Ronee, Renata (Brian) and also 11 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. “Phyllis” proudly began working for Nordstrom’s in 1966 and retired in 1999 after 33 years of service. She was a loving mother and a gracious friend to all throughout her years and will truly be missed. Viewing Friday, Nov 20 beginning at noon with rosary to follow at 7:00 PM. at Columbia Funeral Home, 4567 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA. Funeral Mass will be Saturday Nov. 21, 10:00 AM at Assumption Parish 6201 33rd, Ave. NE, Seattle, WA. Entombment will follow at Calvary Mausoleum, Seattle. Please sign our online guest book at columbiafuneralhome.com., Debra Kearney Pa, 49, born January 1, 1960 passed away on November 12, 2009 from complications of the flu. Debra was surrounded by family and friends at the time of her death and left this earth very peacefully. Debra grew up in Shoreline and graduated from Shorewood High School in 1978. For those privileged to know her they all knew that Debra was a very wonderful, big hearted, unselfish woman who always thought of others first. Debra was passionate about baking, cooking, country music and she loved to read. She loved her children very much and had a special relationship with each one. Debra was a loving wife and mother. Debra worked at Trader Joes for five years. Debra is survived by Husband Valeriano Pa, Daughter Karen Putman, Sons Elliot, Michael, and Matthew, and Daughter Jessie Pa, Mother and Step Father Lori and Gary Giles, Grandmother Harriett Gomez, Brother Allan Kearney, Sisters Kimberly Kearney and Christy Bol, Brother in law Donald Bol, and Sister in law Cora Grimm. Debra had many Nieces, Nephews, Great Nieces, Great Nephews, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. Funeral Service for Debra Kearney Pa will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Friday November 20, 2009 at Evergreen-Washelli, 11111 Aurora Ave North Seattle WA. Reception to follow., Todd William POWELL Born February 17, 1964 in Seattle, WA to Carol Benson and Robert Powell, passed away in a job site accident on November 12, 2009 in Lynnwood, WA. Todd is survived by his mother, and his sons Tyler Powell and Brian Griffith. Celebration of Todd’s life will be Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. at Evergreen-Washelli. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Pasado Safe Haven. Please sign Todd’s online guestbook at www.washelli.com., John “Buck” RANQUET John, 90, was born in Anaconda, MT, June 26, 1919 and died on October 30 in Bellevue, Washington. John was preceded in death by his wife of 46 years, Laurane “DeDe” (Barnhart), daughter Laurie, his sister Mae Sullivan and brother Bill Ranquet. He is survived by his sister Irene Murphy of Great Falls, MT, daughters Joan Ranquet and Mary Ranquet, son Michael Ranquet and granddaughter Faith Ranquet. Other family members who held him dear include all the Butler cousins, the Solberg, Larson and Sullivan nieces, nephew and families, and the Barnhart in-laws, nieces & nephews. John was a hero to us. He had a wry wit, generous nature, inquiring mind and an abiding respect for others. He grew up and graduated from high school at Great Falls. He earned a Bachelors degree from the University of Washington and served in the Navy in World War II. After the War he worked as a Certified Public Accountant and then earned a law degree from the University of Washington. He practiced law in Seattle continuously from 1953 until just months before his death. John was devoted to his family and his law practice. As a lawyer he continually learned and was able to help others. John valued honesty, diligence, education and humor. He provided encouragement to many and his thoughtful interventions changed lives. But there’s more. John could recite Seinfeld episodes from memory, told bad jokes, loved the New Yorker and regarded recycling, regular physical exercise and his annual Metro bus passes as civic duties all should embrace. He learned to ride a unicycle at 50, led bike hikes with his children, impressed them with his diving skills and encouraged the rest of us to keep learning. John and wife DeDe’s home was a refuge for many young people. John’s caring nature and his humor allowed family, friends, coworkers and clients to feel valued and safe. Family and friends will gather on December 6 to share memories. To celebrate him, contribute to the Seattle Metro Bus System to help financially challenged bus riders. He would be pleased., Grace Gimre SCHETTLER Grace Gimre Schettler passed away peacefully on 14 November 2009 in Bellevue, WA. Her relationship and faith in Jesus remained strong throughout her life. She wanted all to know “she has gone to be with the Lord after a brief illness.” Grace was born to Sven Anders and Kirsten Gimre on 24 November 1922, in Astoria, OR. She graduated from Astoria High School in 1940 and the University of Oregon in 1949 with a B.A. in Sociology. She was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and the Sociology Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Delta. After graduation, she moved to San Diego where she met a Navy pilot; they fell deeply in love and were married 13 August 1955 in Astoria. She had a rich life as a loving wife and a wonderful mother and grandmother to her three children and nine grandchildren. Her loving and giving spirit touched all who knew her. Grace’s childhood summers at Seaside, OR, were a source of fond memories for her. She was proud of her Norwegian heritage and everyone loved her Norwegian pancakes and cookies. She also enjoyed many camping trips along the ocean with her family. Grace was a long-time member of St. Thomas Church, where she served faithfully in many capacities, including Directress of Altar Guild. Grace is survived by William, her husband of 54 years, her children James (Moira) Schettler, Susan (Tim) McMains, and Barbara (James) Moffat, and her grandchildren: Joshua, Mark, Melissa and Daniel Schettler; Greg, David and Scott McMains; and Ethan and Deborah Moffat. She will be greatly missed by her close family, relatives and numerous friends. A service will be held Saturday, 21 November 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, 8398 NE 12th Street, Medina, with a reception following. Donations in her name may be made to Project Outreach, the benevolent fund at St. Thomas Church., Barbara SCHOONOVER Age 76, passed away 11/13/09. No formal service. The family is having a celebration of life, Saturday11/21/09 at Amy’s. Call 425-228-5856., Roy Edward SCULLY Born February 6, 1924 in Seattle; died November 14, 2009, also in Seattle. Survived by his sons, Mike, John, Greg, and Paul (Traci); his 3 grandchildren, Ashley, Ryan and Kaitlyn; two sisters-in-law, Sr. Ethna Marie O’Doherty SNJM and Sheila Durch; and his nephews, Steve, Bob, and Bill Durch. Preceded in death in 1998 by his loving wife, Kathleen Theresa (O’Doherty) Scully. Roy grew up in the Montlake area of Seattle and attended Garfield High School. As a young Boy Scout, he earned a merit badge in photography. The first time he saw an image developing into a photo, he became hooked on photography. Roy started his career at the Seattle Times working as a “copy boy.” He learned the art of photography from some of the photographers who befriended him at the Seattle Times. They shared their expertise with him and soon thereafter he was hired as a photographer. After 44 years of service at the Times, Roy retired in 1986 as Assistant Chief Photographer. He touched the lives of many people through his photography, specializing in aerial, home interior and food photos. He always said he was assigned the aerial photo shoots because he was not afraid of flying. In 1962 during the Seattle World’s Fair, he had the opportunity to take pictures of Seattle while flying over it with the Navy’s Blue Angels. He contributed his passion for photography in the Seattle Times’ Sunday “Pacific” Magazine, previously known as the Pictorial. In 1955, Dad met the love of his life, Kathleen T. O’Doherty. They were married in October 1956 and together they shared 42 years of marriage. They raised their family in a home filled with love and laughter while counting their blessings and living very joyful lives. Together they traveled extensively in the Pacific Northwest, throughout the United States, and abroad. Dad and Mom cherished many good times at their summer cabin, which Dad built with his uncle in the early 1950’s. Dad loved to fish for salmon and Mom loved to cook those that he caught. Every summer at the cabin, Dad would pick wild blackberries and Mom would bake wonderful pies with the berries. They were truly a match for one another. We are all so grateful for their example of loving commitment to each other and to their family. Recitation of the Rosary will be today, Tuesday, at 7:00 p.m. at Hoffner Fisher & Harvey Chapel Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, November 18th at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, 3218 W. Barrett St., Seattle, 98199. Interment at Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent to Senior Services of Seattle, 2208 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121. Please sign the online guestbook at www.legacy.com, Daniel Francis SULLIVAN Beloved Husband, Father & Grandfather. Born October 12, 1927, Duluth, MN. Died October 31, 2009 Kenmore, WA with his wifeNeva by his side. He is survived by4 children, 3 step-children, 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Memorial Services, November 20th 11:00 AM at Holy Family Catholic Church, Kirkland, WA Luncheon Reception immediately following. Remembrances may be made to Hopelink and Northwest Harvest., Joseph F. WHEELER A memorial service and celebration of the extraordinary life and legacy of Joseph F. Wheeler will be held Saturday, November 28 at 2:00 p.m., at McCurdy Pavilion, Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend.The Wheeler Family suggests memorial contributions be made to Centrum, PO Box 1158, Port Townsend, Washington, 98368.
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PostHeaderIcon Lillian Clara Larsen (Rakow)


Lillian Clara (Rakow) LARSEN Of Federal Way, passed away atage 88 on November 13, 2009. Interment at Acacia Memorial Park, 14951 Bothell Way N.E., Seattle at 11:00 a.m. on Friday November 20; followed at 3:00 p.m. by a Memorial Service at Foundation House, 32290 - 1st Avenue S., Federal Way, with Pastor Dick Lehmann of Grace Lutheran Church, Des Moines, officiating. Preceded in death by her beloved husband of 54 years, James A.; son James D. and daughter Lana S.; sister Esther (Carl) Amelung. Survived by son, Donald (Lana J.)of Maplewood, MN, and daughter Laurel (Kenneth) Koosmann of Kent, WA; grandchildren Tanya (Curtis) Hamilton, Cara (Jason) Alferness, Matthew (Selena) Koosmann, and Melissa (Andy Breuninger) Koosmann; great-grandchildren Nathan and Madilyn Hamilton and Orion Koosmann. Memorial gifts may be directed to Sunshine Mountain Christian School.
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PostHeaderIcon Lillian LaVaughn Brown


Lillian LaVaughn BROWN Lillian was born on May 19, 1920 and passed away on November 12, 2009 in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in Spokane. Lillian was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Washington, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from the School of Journalism in 1942. She married fellow University of Washington graduate, Paul Keith Brown. They raised their children in Seattle. In addition to serving as a volunteer in a number of organizations, for many years Lillian was active in Theta Sigma Phi (later known as Women in Communication, Inc.), the national honorary society for women in journalism and communications. When her three children were in secondary school, she began working part time at the University Congregational Church, where she and Paul were members. Lillian edited the weekly Church and Home bulletin. She became a full time member of the church staff when she also assumed the position of church hostess. Among other duties, she helped arrange several hundred weddings at the church before her retirement in 1985. Until she was no longer able, Lillian enjoyed volunteer work, gardening, reading, attending the symphony, and traveling. Her primary focus remained her family. She is survived by Paul, her husband of 67 years, son Michael (Peggy), son Paul Jr., daughter Lynne Ellis (Hollie) and grandsons Damien and Caleb Brown. Services will be private. The family suggests that any memorials be made as donations to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
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