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Dawson, Carolyn  
Carolyn (Whitbeck) Dawson, 96, of Edmonds, Washington passed away March 27, 2015 with her family at her side. She was born in Mt Vernon, New York on August 7, 1918 and lived in various places on the East coast with her mother, father and three brothers. After graduating from high school she went to trade school to learn typesetting on the Linotype machine. Carolyn joined the Women's Army Corp and was stationed in San Diego, Calif. where she met Stanley Dawson. In 1946, six weeks after they met, she and our dad married and settled in Everett, then Marysville, Wash. where they had three daughters. She worked as a typesetter for the Everett Herald for many years. Carolyn and Stan liked to travel, camp, fish, and crab. They traveled throughout the US, and after retirement took two camping trips to Alaska. After Stan passed away in 1984 Carolyn moved to Edmonds where she was active at the senior center. Carolyn will be remembered for being a loving mother, grandmother and friend, for her humor, love of cooking, and for being active into her 90s. Carolyn is survived by her daughters, Mary Dawson, Louise Radtke, and Jeanette Dawson (Ivan); and her grandchildren, Leslie Marshall and Joel Radtke. She leaves one brother, Richard Whitbeck, and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Mar. 29, 2015
Dorsten, Sharon Lee  
Sharon Dorsten, 79, of Omak, Washington passed away peacefully on March 19, 2015. She was born on August 5, 1935 in Selma, Calif. to Gretta and Carl Telquist. She graduated from Ballard High School and married Harry William Dorsten on July 14, 1954. They celebrated 60 years of marriage last summer. Sharon loved music, sailing, cooking and pinochle but most of all she loved being a mother, grand-mother and great-grandmother. She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, Harry W. Dorsten; children, Brad, Cheryl, Carla, Harry and Linda; 23 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. The Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on April 3, 2015 at the Atonement Free Lutheran Church, 6905 172nd St. NE, Arlington, WA. (Take the Smokey Pt. Exit 202 off I-5, Drive two miles East. The Church will be on the left after the railroad tracks. 360-435-9191)
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Girard, James Frederick  
James Frederick Girard, 68, of Lake Stevens, Washington, passed away on November 11, 2014. Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at Evergreen Funeral Home.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Mar. 29, 2015
Grady, Marion (Anderson)  
Marion Grady was born June 23, 1920 and passed away March 10, 2015. Aunt Marion was kind, funny, and an exceptionally beautiful woman. She was independent, opinionated, loyal to those she cherished and her seven sibling's biggest fan. Aunt Marion lived her life with zest and excitement. She will be extremely missed and a huge void will remain where she once was.
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Herrington, Nicholas L.  
Nicholas L. Herrington, 73 of Everett, Washington passed away on March 14, 2015. He was born October 27, 1941 in Sitka, Alaska to Elaine (Bolshanin) and Leroy Herrington, his family lived in Alaska until his teenage years when they relocated to Washington. Nick proudly served in the US Army from 1959 to 1962 and was stationed in Germany. Upon his return to Washington he worked as an automotive and marine mechanic before striking out with his brother Allen as entrepreneurs. They worked together as auto and marine technicians and using their natural talents, marketed several inventions they created together. Some of those items he was most proud of were his applications to marine engines. In his spare time his seafaring spirit kept him near the water, he loved fishing, had a natural aptitude for woodworking and also enjoyed making his own wine. Nick was preceded in death by his loving wife of over 30 years, Bobbi Herrington and his beloved parents. He is survived by his six children, Nick and Dave Herrington, Laura Johnson, Don, Rob and Ken Herrington; his brother, Allen Herrington and sister, Carol McIntyre; 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be announced to be held in late Spring.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) from Mar. 27 to Mar. 29, 2015
Hill Sr., Dale William  
Dale William Hill, Sr., 71, of Everett, Wash. died March 22, 2015 in his Omak home. "Bill" Hill, son of Dale and Mable (Heiret) Hill, was born on January 13, 1944 in Everett. He graduated from Everett High School in 1964. After graduation, he joined the U.S. Navy and fought in the Vietnam Conflict until being discharged in 1968 and earning two medals of service. Dale married Linda Anthony in March 1969 and they were blessed with three children. Dale spent his adult life working in law enforcement retiring from the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office in 1993 where he worked as a Judicial Services Officer. In retirement, Dale was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed being outdoors. He is survived by his wife, Linda of Omak, Wash.; daughter, Kim Williams (Scott) of Marysville, Wash.; daughter, Michele Tweed (Allan) of Overland Park, KS and son, Dale Hill Jr. of Omak, Wash.; grandsons, Bladen and Caden Tweed of Overland Park, Kansas; his only sister, Charlene Cross (Gene) of Marysville, Wash.; and nephews Craig and Curt Sampson and Doug McNall. He was preceded in death by his parents and nephews Chris and Corey Sampson. A celebration of life is being planned for family and friends in July. To be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Fund in Dale's name.
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Hoppe, Dennis Joel  
Sunrise for Dennis Joel Hoppe was August 1, 1941 and sunset was March 18 2015 after six month battle with the demon cancer. He was greeted in heaven by his mother, Mary, his father, Ruben, and his three sisters, Marcia, Camile and Teresa. Dennis is survived by his wife, and partner in crime of 36 years, Sue; his six children: Taunie, Travis, Traci, Chris, DeAnna, Rachelle; his brothers: Ron and Robbin; his stepdad, Ralph; and his 15 grandchildren. Dennis was the second of six children, born in Yakima, Wash. and moved to Lake Forest Park, Wash. later. After a three year stint in the Air Force, which he was duped into joining on the advice of his older brother, he returned to the Puget Sound area and began what would be a proud 37 year career at The Boeing Company. Dennis retired in 2003 as a long time tooling manager and moved to his more rewarding job as CEO and dishwasher of "Grandpa's Daycare" which he held proudly until his death. Dennis's generosity was immeasurable. As the jack of all trades, he would always lend a helping hand whether that was changing the oil in a car, building a shed, making a beautiful flower arrangement or using his embroidery machine to personalize blankets for newborn babies. He coached numerous youth sports teams and spent hours in the stands or on the field cheering. He served as a collection center coordinator for Operation Christmas Child as well as a deacon at church. Dennis instilled a strong sense of family to everyone who knew him and welcomed all into his family. Halloween and the 4th of July were Dennis's two favorite holidays. His house was quickly known as "the house" at which to go trick or treating. All of his children were privy to going to "The Rez" to haggle for fireworks. Dennis had a set amount of money Sue knew about, plus another $150 he claims she didn't know (but she did). It wasn't uncommon to run out of energy to light more fireworks before actually running out of fireworks. Yet each year, more and more fireworks would be bought as the family was excited to do it again. Dennis taught by example that we are never too old to play. Dennis will always be remembered for his devotion to family, his wicked sense of humor, that wry smile, and his unconditional love. Being with his loved ones brought Dennis all the joy he ever needed. May the next fish you catch, the next firework you light, or the next child you hug, remind you of Dennis.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Mar. 29, 2015
Johnson, Bill  
Bill was born Billie D. Johnson on March 26, 1928 to Beatrice and William Johnson in Woodside Township, Minnesota. At age two, the family was joined by Bill's sister Ione. Bill or Bud, as his earthly father referred to him, loved family and farm life. The family left Minnesota and settled in Everett, Washington when Bill was 14. Later graduating from Everett High School, he joined the Air Force where he excelled at being a Crew Chief. This interest in mechanical systems and how they worked stayed with him his entire life. Stationed in Okinawa, Bill was part of a winning baseball team that was awarded 30 days in Tokyo to play the Japanese All Star Teams. After getting out of the service, Bill married Carole Kellogg. They had two loving daughters, Randi and Pam. Part of their lives together was farm life in both the Lopez Island and Arlington areas. He loved working the farm and raising animals. To support his family he worked in the auto parts industry with a career spanning more than 40 years. After his first marriage to Carole, Bill met the love of his life, Sally Kirkpatrick. Sweeping her off her feet, he married her in 1980. Their merged family now had five children, Randi, Brad, Lisa, Brian and Pam. Bill and Sally spent their life together in Burlington, Washington. Life was full and good. Life included His Place Community Church, flying, boating around the San Juan Islands, weekly lunches with his special daughters Randi and Pam, camping, and lots of golf. Everything he did was done with a smile. Bill was a fun loving dad and the best grandpa his grandchildren could ever ask for. Everyone who met Bill considered him a friend. He never had a bad word about anything or anyone. Bill went to be with his Lord on March 16, 2015. Bill leaves behind his wife of 35 years, Sally; sister, Ione (children, Tim, Steve and Scott) Kirstein; and his children, Randi (Ernie, children, Brian and Shelly) Henrickson, Pam (children Connor, Lily and Carter) Crosby and their father, Tony, Brad (Connie, children Brienna and Cole) Kirkpatrick, Lisa (Michael, children, Michael and Matthew) Ray, and Brian (Diane, children, Emily and Brandi) Kirkpatrick. Bill was preceded in death by his father, William Johnson; mother, Beatrice Johnson; brother-in-law, Bill Kirstein; and grandchild, Chad Henrickson. A gathering for friends and family to celebrate Bill's life will be held at His Place Community Church, 1480 S Burlington Blvd, Burlington, WA on Friday, May 1, 2015 at 1 p.m.
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Jones, Marilyn Jeanette  
Marilyn Jeanette (Wilson) Jones was born on July 6, 1929 in Minneapolis, Minn. and died on March 15, 2015 in Edmonds, Wash. She married Robert Allen Jones, who preceded her in death, on August 15, 1953. She was also preceded in death by her parents and two sisters. She is survived by her children, Teresa and Kevin; four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Marilyn's life was full of life-long relationships and service. In 1951, after business school, she ventured with two girlfriends to Seattle, Wash. and worked at the Federal Reserve where she met Robert and more new friends. After marriage, they moved to Abilene, Texas, where he attended college. Four years later, they moved to Seattle with three year old Teresa. Kevin was born soon thereafter. Robert worked at Boeing and Marilyn was active in their children's lives, maintaining a beautiful home and garden. After their children left home, she worked at Fluke until Robert's retirement. Retirement included years of travel - eventually visiting 49 states. When home, she volunteered at Mountlake Terrace Elementary School, the Lynnwood Library, and her church. At her death, she was still in contact with friends from all facets of her life including her early childhood, the two friends she moved with from Minnesota, friends from the Federal Reserve, friends from their two neigh-borhoods in Lynnwood, Wash. and church. A memorial will be held at the Woodinville Church of Christ, April 18, 2015 at 2 p.m.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) from Mar. 22 to Mar. 29, 2015
Kendall, Dennis L.  
February 27, 1943-March 23, 2015 Dennis Kendall, 72, passed away peacefully on March 23, 2015 surrounded by family and friends. He worked for many years in the photo finishing business and as a vocational teacher at the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center. His last choice for a career was to become the Mayor of Marysville. He loved his city and worked very hard during his tenure to bring about a positive image to the City. He was most proud of the relationship between the City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes. He is survived by his wife Sue; daughter, Belinda (Rob) Gloyd and grandson, David; son, James and grandson, Devon. He is also survived by siblings, Betty Faist, Beverly Laughman, Richard Kendall, Sandra Garvin, James Kendall, Thomas Kendall, and David Kendall. He was preceded in death by his parents and seven siblings. He will be missed by his family more than any words can say. Services will be held Monday, March 30, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 4200 88th Street NE, Marysville, WA. In lieu of flowers contributions can by made to the Marysville Boys and Girls Club, 9502 19th Ave SE #F, Everett, WA 98208.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Mar. 29, 2015
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