PostHeaderIcon Annabelle B. Fairbanks, 99

Annabelle B. Fairbanks, 99
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PostHeaderIcon Arlie Lewis Carstens, Sr., 95

Obituary for Arlie Lewis Carstens Sr., 95, of Bremerton.
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PostHeaderIcon Atkinson, Donald V.

Donald Vernon Atkinson went to be with his Lord November 3, 2009. Donald was born March 26, 1926 in Modesto, California to Vernon and Lillian Atkinson. He graduated from Los Angeles Pacific High School in 1943. From 1944 - 46 he served in the US Navy in the Asia-Pacific area. In 1949 he graduated from Seattle Pacific College and in later years also earned a master’s degree. He married Lorraine Rottrup in 1951. Until retirement he served with the Free Methodist Church in California and Washington as a minister an also as a financial officer of the Pacific Northwest Conference., Donald is survived by loving wife, Lorraine, of Warm Beach, WA; children, Christine Shaw (Greg), of Lapeer, MI, and Karen Petersen, of Lake Forest Park, WA; grandchildren, Michael Shaw (Autumn), Ellie Yeykal (Josh), Carrie Williams (John), Lena Petersen, and Erik Petersen; sister, Doris Loveland (Dale) Turlock, CA; and two great-grandchildren., Services will be held at 1 p.m., on Saturday, November 14, 2009, at Warm Beach Free Methodist Church in Stanwood, WA., Arrangements are under the care of Gilbertson Funeral Home, Stanwood, WA.
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PostHeaderIcon Atkins Sr, James G.

Atkins Sr, James G.
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PostHeaderIcon Aundrea Rose Kortegard Franklin (Andi)

Daughter, Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt, Great Aunt and Friend., Born to Helen Howdeshell Marsh of Olympia WA and William Kortegard of Westport, WA. She was born April 24, 1970., Married William Franklin of McCleary, WA on August 27, 2006., Aundrea passed away September 16, 2009 after a hard and short bought with cancer., She was a loving, caring, trusting person., Aundrea loved being outside in her garden, spending time with her family, friends and her dog Diamond. She loved to play with all the little kids wether it was inside or out in the rain, when it snowed she would be the first one out making snow balls for a snowball fight or making a snowman with all the kids. She was always there to help if you needed it, even if it was just to make you laugh with one of her corny jokes., Aundrea will forever be in our hearts and our thoughts. We will miss her very much., Aundrea leaves behind her husband, William Franklin of Olympia, WA; her Son, Colten Montes. of Olympia WA; 2 Step-sons, Nathan Franklin,of Olympia WA; Tyler Franklin of McCleary WA; her mother, Helen Marsh; her step-father David Marsh; father, William Kortegard; 4 sisters, Jenny Barry of Malone WA; Teresa Reife of Defiance, IO; Ailene Pierce of Olympia, WA; Tracey Johnson of Olympia, WA; a brother, Troy Kortegard of IO; 3 step-brothers David Marsh Jr. of Aberdeen, WA; Rodney Marsh of Brady, WA; Lanny Marsh of Tenino, WA; step-sister, Lennette Salzer of Montesano, WA; 5 brother-in-laws; a sister-in-law; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Her extended family and many friends., A private service will be held in Olympia, WA on November 14, 2009 at 1:00 pm.
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PostHeaderIcon Bafus, Marjorie Florence

Bafus, Marjorie Florence
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PostHeaderIcon Beatrice Gilmour

Beatrice GILMOUR Age 91 of Issaquah. Mother of Patricia (Mike) Crippen, Nancy (Tim) Nole, and Jerry (Trish) Gilmour. Preceded in death by husband, Harry, and son Dr. John Gilmour. Graveside service 1:00p.m., Wednesday, November 11 at Lower Hillside Cemetery, Issaquah. Full obituary, directions and on-line guest book at www.flintofts.com. FLINTOFTS FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY
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PostHeaderIcon CHARNITA JOHNSON

In Loving Memory of Charnita A. Boyd Johnson Sept. 15, 1962 - Nov. 10, 2007 Time must be standing still! Seems like yesterday we smiled at each other, said hello to our loved ones together, and hugged our children and parents. We all miss you and love you. Thinking of you every day Boyd & Johnson Family
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PostHeaderIcon CLYDE WILTON NEEDHAM

In addition to a wealth of friends Clyde leaves his immediate family: wife, Wanda Marie Needham; sons, Claude William Needham and Robert Wilton Needham; granddaughter, Jessica Marie Mccall and greatgranddaughter Jadyn Skye Mccall., Clyde joined the Navy at the age of 17 and served in the 79th U.S. Naval Construction Battalion in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Clyde’s military career was cut short by a serious injury caused by a land mine. After World War II Clyde went into the aerospace program working to test the Thor missile delivery system and, most notably, while working for Macdonald Douglas cooperation the development and testing of the Saturn V Rocket engine used in the launch of the Apollo Missions to the Moon., After the conclusion of the Apollo moon project Clyde worked in the Nuclear Power Industry. He worked on the construction of Diablo Canyon Power Plant in central California while working for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. After the conclusion to the construction of Diablo Canyon Power Plant he relocated to the Hanford reservation where he worked on a variety of projects. Clyde concluded his working career developing safety procedures for the long-term disposal of high-level nuclear waste., Besides the love of his family and friends, Clyde’s other love was being a pilot. He could be seen on weekends soaring high above the Tri-Cities., Services and a celebration of life ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009, at Memories at Sunset Event Center, on the beautiful grounds of Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland.
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PostHeaderIcon Charles Smith

SMITH, Dr. Charles Elmer (Age 88) Formerly of Indianapolis, IN, passed into Christ’s presence on Saturday evening, November 7, 2009 in Spokane. He was born in Indianapolis on April 19,1921 to Charles S. Smith and Edith Haught Smith. He married Barbara Helen Trotter on November 27, 1946. Dr. Smith was educated at Wheaton College, Butler University, Dallas Theological Seminary and Indiana Christian University. He was pastor of Victory Baptist Church, Indianapolis for 22 years, First Baptist Church, Spokane, WA for 12 years and churches in Whitestown, IN, Priest River, ID, Worley, ID and Odessa, WA in his early and post-retirement years. Dr. Smith was a professor at Indiana Christian University and Inland Empire School of the Bible in Spokane, WA. A Wheaton schoolmate of Dr. Billy Graham, Dr. Smith was an organizer of crusades in both Indianapolis and Spokane and served as President of the ministerial associations in both cities. He led many tours of the Holy Land from 1968 to 1995. In recent years he has been active in Love Thy Neighbor which ministers to residents of retirement communities. He was a former president of the Cascade Mobile Home Community Assoc. and lead regular bible studies there. He is survived by his six children Pamela Strack (Jerry) of Indianapolis, IN, Dr. C. Michael Smith of Dowagiac, MI, Lucinda Hughes (Larry) of Noblesville, IN, Richard Smith of Spokane, Thomas Smith of Deer Park, WA and Susan Vuong (Brian) of Spokane and 14 grandchildren. He was preceded in death in 2002 by Barbara, his wife of 56 years, parents and 3 brothers. Funeral Service 11:00AM Wednesday November 11, 2009 at Trinity Baptist Church, 6528 N. Monroe St., where he was a member. Viewing will be held from 9:30 to 11:00 at the church. Memorial Contributions may be made to Love Thy Neighbor Ministries, P.O. Box 1886 Gresham, OR 97030.
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