Acacia Memorial Park & Funeral Home

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14951 Bothell Way NE
Seattle, WA 98155
(206) 362-5525
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Published online on June 26, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Clinton W Thees Jr.
1928 - 2015
Clinton W. Thees, fondly known as Bud, died June 3rd in Lynnwood, WA after suffering a severe stroke on May 18, 2015. He was born in Salt Lake City, UT April 29, 1928. His family moved to Seattle, where he attended...
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Published online on June 25, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Published online on June 25, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Forrest Leo Ward
1957 - 2015
Forrest Ward graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1976, but he never left his alma mater, at least not for long. He went off to play college football, drive a Metro bus and even coach a rival team. Each time he...
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Published online on June 23, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
DOLORES ANETA HARRIS
1921 - 2015
Dolores Aneta Harris passed away at St. Luke's Hospital in Meridian, Idaho on June 9th at the age of 94. She was born in Towner County, Cando, North Dakota on January 8, 1921 to Owen and Ethel Burkhart Stong, the...
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Published online on June 18, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Beatrice C. Woodhead Was born in Youngstown, Ohio on November 2, 1923. She joined her husband Charles in heaven on March 23, 2015. Mom was an extremely loving person and was the focal point of our family. She leaves...
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Published online on June 16, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Published online on June 11, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Published online on June 3, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Published online on June 2, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
Harriet June Shank
1927 - 2015
Harriet Shank, long time member of The Seattle Symphony cello section, passed away peacefully in Minneapolis on May 3, 2015. She and her husband Bill, who passed away in 2013, moved to Minneapolis to be near their...
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Published online on May 29, 2015 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
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