PostHeaderIcon Greta Pearce Noffsinger

Greta Pearce NOFFSINGER Greta Pearce Noffsinger, born in Seattle December 5, 1928, left her beloved family on January 7, 2011, to join her daughter, Carolyn (deceased, 2004 ) and her sister, Wanda, (deceased, 2010). Greta Graduated from Roosevelt High School and the University of Washington. Elected President of Pi Beta Phi sorority, she continued to be an active alumna. A bright, cheerful, intelligent, active woman, she taught elementary school in the Seattle area before her marriage to Richard Noffsinger 59 years ago.A skillful bridge-player, she enjoyed her many friends, and amazed everyone by doing her crossword puzzles in ink. Her greatest love and achievement was as wife, mother, grandmother, sister and generous friend. She was insistent that her children have the best education they could receive. She and Dick traveled extensively with them throughout their childhoods. Greta was a generous soul, and she volunteered with numerous charities- - Ryther Child Center and Ryther thrift shop among her favorites. Greta is survived by her husband, Richard; her sister, Jeri Jensen (Jim) ; and her children, Sandi Wagner (Greg); Rich Noffsinger, (Terri); Rex Noffsinger (Dr. Tracy). Greta loved spending time with her grandchildren: Cortney, Bailey, Kasey, Joanna, Angela and Marty. We are blessed that she touched our lives and her loving memory will live on in our hearts forever. Following a private family service to be held at graveside, a celebration of Greta’s life will be held on Friday, January 14, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Sand Point Golf & Country Club, 8333 55th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA. 98115. The family wishes to thank The Gardens at Town Square in Bellevue, for the excellent care that they gave to Greta during her long struggle with Altzheimers disease. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in Greta’s name to Ryther Child Center, Medic One or charity of your choice. Please sign Greta’s on-line Guest Book at www.Legacy.com.
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PostHeaderIcon Gussie Currie

Feb. 8, 1913 - Jan. 10, 2011
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PostHeaderIcon Hawk, Buddy Dean

Buddy Dean Hawk was born in Walla Walla, WA. August 7, 1945. He passed away January 3, 2011 at the Ellensburg Hospital of a heart …..
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PostHeaderIcon Hazel Boys Beaman

Hazel died December 7, 2010, at the convalescent center of Panorama City Retirement Community in Lacey, WA. Born Hazel Alice Satterthwaite on July 19, 1917, child of Joseph and Hannah Sorensen Satterthwaite. The family settled on a farm in Lynden, WA, when Hazel was a young girl. She graduated from Lynden High School in 1936, and Success Business College in Bellingham in 1939.
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PostHeaderIcon Helen A. Angove

Helen A. ANGOVE Born December 24, 1931 Died at home with her family January 6, 2011. She is preceded in Death by her Husband Donald Angove son Richard Angove her parents Halfden and Helga Holseth. She was an amazing mother and grandmother. Born in Fremont by a midwife and lived in Kenmore, Washington until she married Donald Angove and move to Kent to raise her family. She was very active and Happy at Kent Covenant Church and own silver sands apartments and waterway outdoor cleaning. Helen has left behind her children Linda McGraw, Tammie Angove, Karen Little, Lisa Marrs, Ronald Angove; three son in-laws, Dwayne McGraw, Tyler Little, Cecil Marrs. A very loving and caring grandmother of Chad McGraw, Tayler Little, Justine Marrs, Kole Little, Cory Rondema, Lance Rondema, Keyana Angove, Khole Angove. Helen’s brother Andrew Holseth lives in Nevada and three sisters in Washington. Funeral service will be held January 15, 2011 at 1:00 pm at Kent Covenant Church 12010 240th kent,wa. All donation to be given to The Salvation Army or Union Gospel Mission. Forever In our Hearts ~ A true Christian soul.
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PostHeaderIcon Herbert S. “Skip” Conner III

Herbert S. “Skip” Conner III passed away on January 8, 2011, surrounded by his family. He was born to Herb and Marie (Schaller) Conner on September 5, 1930, in Okanogan. Skip spent the first ten years of his life on his parents’ ranch in the Sinlahekin Valley (now the Sinlahekin Game Farm). His first four years of school were in Loomis and then moved to Okanogan in 1940.
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PostHeaderIcon In Loving Memory of David M. Bernett

David M. Bernett, a well known business owner and 35 year Wenatchee resident, passed away unexpectedly on January 1, 2011, at age 60, while on vacation with his family. He was born in Richland, WA on December 17, 1950, to Dave and Marly Bernett. They lived there for a short period of time, then the family moved to Ephrata, where he graduated from high school.
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PostHeaderIcon JEFFREY S. MARCUM

JEFFREY S. MARCUM
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PostHeaderIcon JOHN D. BANKS

In 1952, John moved to Richland to work at the Hanford site as a pipefitter and was soon followed by Grace and the rest of the family. After a long career, John retired in 1987 as a Building and Utilities Maintenance Group Manager., He is survived by his sister, Edna (Bill) Haverty of Wilmington, South Carolina; son, Greg (Linda) Banks of Kennewick; daughters, Susie (Jim) Bowers of Kennewick, Carol Banks of Maple Valley, Washington; son, Darryl (Kim) Banks of Pasco; six grandchildren, Gavin, Lindsey, Melissa, Jennifer, Zack and Tori; five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. John was preceded in death by his wife, Grace Banks, son, John Jr. Banks, five brothers, two sisters and his granddaughter, Carrie Bowers., Visitation will be held on Friday, January 14, 2011, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Mueller’s Chapel of the Falls, 314 W. 1st Avenue in Kennewick. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at Kennewick First Lutheran Church. Burial will follow the service at Desert Lawn Memorial Park on 10th and Union in Kennewick with a reception to be held at Kennewick First Lutheran Church immediately after the burial.
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PostHeaderIcon JUTTA R. ALLAN

JUTTA R. ALLAN
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