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Adolphson, Sharon Lia  
Sharon Lia Adolphson passed away of lung cancer June 20, 2015 in her home. She leaves behind her grieving husband, Glen; her sons, Lee, Tim; 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughters, Lesa, who passed away in 1995, and Teresa, who passed in 2013. Sharon was the first born on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17, 1937 to Michael and Lia O'Donnell, followed by Mike, Dan, Brian and Jim. Her presence will never fade. She was worshiped and we are blessed to have had her as a wife, a mother, and a friend. Friends and family are invited to a memorial for Sharon at Shawn O'Donnell's restaurant from 1-4 p.m., Saturday July 11, 2015 at 132 - 128 St. SE, Everett, Wash. In Lieu of flowers, a gift box will be present at the memorial for donations.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on June 30, 2015
Atworth, Helene Cornelia  
Atworth February 7, 1931- June 25, 2015 Helene passed away peacefully at her home in Marysville, Washington at the age of 84.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on June 30, 2015
Bemis, Darrol A.  
Darrol Bemis passed away peacefully on June 15, 2015 in Marysville, Wash. He was born August 15, 1939 to Alva and Elizabeth Bemis in Arlington, Wash. Darrol attended school in Snohomish County graduating from Marysville High School in 1957. After graduation and serving a term in the Navy he came back to the Everett area and worked at Scott Paper Company. Darrol had always wanted to work in law enforcement. The opportunity came when he was hired by the Snohomish County Sheriff's Department. During his early years he raised a family of three. His work with the Sheriff's Department often made him the only officer and car in all of North Snohomish County. He always enjoyed recounting those days with stories of his activities. During his years as a Deputy Sheriff he worked many cases and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. His work included the Green River Task Force and heading the Arson Task force in Everett and surround areas. Writer Ann Rule has included several of the cases that involved Darrol's work in her True Crime books. He retired after 27 years of service. When not working Darrol spent time with his children. He was an Eagle Scout Leader. He taught his children, then grandchildren, to fish and hunt. One of his hobbies was bringing home items from garage sales and free ads and storing them at friend's houses. He has had "good stuff" stored all over the county for years. Boats, campers, and misc junk. It is all theirs to keep now. After retirement Darrol enjoyed gold mining and prospecting in Liberty, Wash. where he had purchased a mining claim. He also fished, hunted, played Texas Hold 'Em and Pai Gow Poker, visited with friends and helped others. If you needed a pickup, Darrol was there! He also was an active participant of the Washington State Association of Retired Police Officers, Port Susan Camping Club Board and was a member of the Eagles FOE 13, the Redmen Pilchuck Tribe 42 and Kiwanis of Silver Lake. A friend of 35+ years wrote, "Darrol was a good friend to everyone he knew, always a friendly hello and a smile on his face. He was an avid fisherman and probably got that trait from his father who also loved to fish. Some of the best times with Darrell would be on one of his many fishing trips, especially on a charter trip to Canada. He was always fun loving and very interested in helping the community. His involvement in many community activities was always a great benefit to the organizations and people he was able to help." Darrol was preceded in death by four sisters, Margaret Bemis, Irene Morgan, Bertha Tangen, Kathryn Byde; one brother, Robert Bemis; and one son, Keith Bemis. Surviving Darrol are his two daughters, Dianna (Marto) Carter and BethAnne (Bryan) Dittenber; grandchildren, Brandon (Crystal) Carter and Bret Carter, Addie (Jake) Berg, Christopher Dittenber; great grandchildren, Cole Carter and Blake Carter, Dakota Carter, Evanie Carter and Sam Kesl, Kaleb Kesl and Alia Kesl; his best friend and companion, Diane Ferguson; and faithful buddy, Dixie, who was always at his side. There will be a celebration of Darrol's life on his 76th birthday, August 15, 2015 at Ellie's, 3525 168th Street NE, Arlington, Wash. from 3 p.m. to 6p.m. Cake and deserts will be served. A no host bar will be open. He would be the one to have more fun than anyone else attending this celebration of him. Darrol will be greatly missed by all of those he left behind. His daughters say to Dad "Thanks for the memories and lessons you taught us over the years and we love you with all of our hearts." In lieu of flowers please buy a kid a fishing pole and go fishing or just plain go fishing in memory of Darrol.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) from June 28 to July 6, 2015
Brown, Joe  
Joe Brown was born July 4, 1939 in Fremont Michigan, and passed away June 23, 2015 in Wenatchee Wash. He graduated from Holy Redeemer High School in Detroit. Joe married Esther Hall on May 24, 1980. Joe served in the military for 23 years. He was owner and operator of Beverly Exxon Station. Joe also worked for Snohomish County as a maintenance supervisor. He was president of retired Public Employees Wenatchee chapter 27, and was a service officer for the VFW East Wenatchee for 10 years. He is survived by his wife, Esther; seven children; 13 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren; four brothers, and one sister. Joe will be buried at Mt. Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent Wash. Memorial donations may be made to East Wenatchee VFW Post 3617, 211 Eleventh Street, East Wenatchee, Washington, 98802.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) from July 3 to July 6, 2015
Brown, Myron  
In Memory of Myron Brown Who died one year ago today What would we give to clasp your hand, your happy face to see. To hear your voice and see your smile, that meant so much to us. In our hearts your memory will never fade, always tender, fond and true. Myron, not a day goes by that we do not think of you.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on July 2, 2015
Calhoun, Mary (Smith, Elliot)  
Mary Calhoun (Smith, Elliott) Mary Elliott (Smith, Calhoun) of Bothell, Wash. battled her cancer bravely and passed peacefully on April 29, in Seattle, Washington with her family by her side. Mary was born in Glasgow, Scotland on July 6, 1945 to Thomas and Hilda Elliott. She attended The Royal Academy of Dance in London, later to become a professional dancer. In 1963 she came to the US to Las Vegas, Nev. with the Bluebell Girls Dance troupe. She was a dancer in the Lido de Paris, when she met her first husband, Ken Smith. They had two children Kenneth and Melissa. In 1979 they moved to Kirkland, Wash. and she was a stay at home mom. In 1992 she married Rickie Calhoun and worked in Bellevue, Wash. at Heritage Benefits. Mary was passionate about all things Scottish, dance and Seahawks. Mary was predeceased by beloved parents, Thomas and Hilda Elliott and daughter, Melissa Roth. Mary leaves memories to be cherished by her husband, Rickie Calhoun; son, Kenneth (Stacy) Smith; brother, Thomas (Margaret) Elliot; sister, Jeanie Schaub; nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life will be held at Juanita Community Center in Kirkland, WA July 11, 2015 from 1-3 p.m.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on July 1, 2015
CEPA, LARRY LEROY  
With heavy heart and sadness, we lost a good man and loving husband in Larry on June 24, 2015. Larry was a Tulalip Tribal elder, born in 1937, Mount Vernon, Washington. The Memorial Service will be held on July 2, 2015 at the Tulalip Gym. Burial to follow.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on July 1, 2015
CEPA, LARRY LEROY  
With heavy heart and sadness, we lost a good man and loving husband in Larry on June 24, 2015. Larry was a Tulalip Tribal elder, born in 1937, Mount Vernon, Washington. Later in life, he was interested in and proud of his Native American ancestry, coming from people of the Snohomish/Hibulb Village area (North Everett/Preston Point--named after his great great grandparents), Jamestown S'Klallam and Lummi tribal ancestry. His wife, Carol and children, Laurie and Dennis by his side, Larry passed from complications of heart bypass surgery. Larry is survived by his sister, Delores (Danny) Stamaris. Predeceased by his brothers, Mannie Laurent and Lloyd Cepa; and sisters, Leone Putnam and Virginia Brumbaugh. Larry leaves behind his sister-in-laws, Caroline Cepa and Peggy (Larry) Trim. He leaves behind his special niece and nephews, Sherry (Pete) Guzman, Terry (Pam) Parker and Ron (Donna) Burns and many other nieces, nephews and cousins. The Memorial Service will be held on July 2, 2015 at the Tulalip Gym. Burial to follow.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on June 30, 2015
Chase, Florence L.  
Florence L. Olsen Chase of Stanwood, Washington went into the welcoming arms of Jesus on July 1, 2015. Born Florence Olsen on February 8, 1925 in Enumclaw, Washington she was a native Washingtonian her entire life. She moved to Stanwood following the death of her beloved husband, Ralph. She and Ralph had farmed in Tekoa, Washington where they raised four children, Carolyn (Tom) McKern of Rice, Wash.; Calvin (Cathy) Chase of Tekoa; Robert (Jan) Chase of Yakima, Wash. and Clarene (Steve) Ricarte of Stanwood. She is also survived by grandchildren Monica, Marcus, Kendra, Donavon, Brian, Karen, Renee and 11 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and four older brothers. She was a member of the Warm Beach Free Methodist Church and Stanwood Grange. A memorial service will be held at the Stanwood Senior Center at 2 p.m. on July 11, 2015.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on July 6, 2015
Dahl, Barbara Ester  
January 27, 1924 ~ July 1, 2015 We share and celebrate the life of Barbara Dahl who left her pain behind and joined her loved ones who preceded her in death on July 1, 2015. Barbara was a loving caring person whom we called mother, wife, grandmother, great grand-mother, aunt and friend. We all came to love her for the many ways in which she touched each of our lives. She brought a special love and joy to each of us and in her own unique way made each of us feel we were truly an important part of her life and happiness. Barbara was born January 27, 1924, to her parents, John and Bernice Lindquist in Bellingham, Washington. She grew up in Bellingham where she attended Bellingham High School. She loved to ski and even worked as a movie theatre attendant when the movie Gone With the Wind originally aired. Over her lifetime Barbara held several working positions, but was very proud of the business she started; R&T Hood and Duct Cleaning in Edmonds, Washington. While this accomplishment was important to her she shared that it paled in comparison to her role as mother of six children. She was happiest when spending time with her children and as they now all have families of their own sharing the accomp-lishments and many stories of each of her children with family, friends and care givers. She loved the home and the life she shared with her husband, Chester (Chet) Dahl of 73 years where together they raised six children. They both cared very deeply for their family, but Mom always saw her role as chief caregiver, nurse, counselor, motivator and consoler as what she was sent here to be. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Bernice Lindquist; her brother, Reg Lindquist; and her second oldest son, Steven Bradley Dahl. Barbara is survived by her 94 year old husband, Chester Alfred Dahl; her children, David Dahl of Tucson, Arizona, Debra Dahl of Greenbank, Washington, Jeffrey Dahl of Boise, Idaho, Richard Dahl of Everett, Washington and James Dahl of Edmonds, Washington. Blessed with nine grand-children; Jeff, Doug, Heather, Tyler, Aron, Ian, Noah, Tessa and Lauren; as well as four great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held Friday, July 10, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Beck's Funeral Home.
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