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Warner, Joelynn Michelle "JoJo"  
Joelynn was born August 19, 1984, in Ketchikan, Alaska, to Joe Warner and Robin Thomas. Joelynn moved to Sequim with her family in 1994. She attended Sequim schools. After high school, she became a caregiver at the age of 18. She worked at a few different places and loved every minute of it. She had the biggest heart and the biggest smile. She cared about each and every patient she cared for. Joelynn loved to travel around with her mom. They went everywhere together, and she would always come home with stories to tell. She loved to dance and hang out with friends. She loved her nieces, Brooklynn and Macee Jo, so much. To them, she was their "Aunty Sissy." Joelynn is preceded in death by her grandfather Russell Warner, her grandmother Myra Warner and stepmom Anita Warner. She is survived by her father, Joe Warner; mother Robin Thomas; brothers Vincent Warner of Craig, Alaska, and Michael and Alex Warner, both of Sequim; maternal grandmother Eugenie Baker of Canada; grandfather Edward Thomas and stepgrandmother Cathy Thomas of Alaska; Aunty Roseann Warner of Sequim; aunts Paulette Colbert of Craig, Annette Thomas of Washington, Virginia Lawanicki of Craig, Kim Kenny of Florida, Courtney Kessel of Canada and Margaret Wilson and Bessie Thomas, both of Alaska; nieces Brooklynn and Macee Jo Warner, both of Port Angeles; and numerous cousins, aunts, uncles, great-aunts and great-uncles.
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Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Apr. 17, 2015

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Waterbury, Gladys  
A friend loves at all times. — Proverbs 17:17 Gladys exemplified the love of Christ in her actions and words — always. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, mother-in-law and friend to all. Gladys was born September 25, 1928, in Moxee, Washington, to Charles August Schmidt and Mary Florence Cavin Schmidt, the youngest of seven children. She married David Wayne Waterbury on May 21, 1948, at the First Reformed Church just a quarter-mile north of the old Moxee Central School, where they first met as children. Gladys and Wayne were married for 67 years. She is survived by Wayne and her sons, Bradley (Kim) and David (Corinne) Waterbury; daughter Wende (Wayne) Richardson; and grandchildren Megan (Kale) Colyar, Lauren Waterbury and Bryan and Tyler (Dannielle) Richardson. Her great-grandchildren are Aleighia and Sawyer Colyar. Gladys was a hard worker, starting with her family's hop fields as a child, in a cannery as a young mother and finally as office manager in an orthodontist's office, where she worked for 25 years. When Wayne retired from the Washington State Patrol, Gladys retired with him. They enjoyed their trailer club, the Yakima Crickets, the Elks Club and socializing with their many friends and relatives. Gladys grew up attending the First Reformed Church in Moxee. She and Wayne moved off the farm to Yakima, Washington, in 1955, then moved in 1995 to Sequim, where they attended Sequim Presbyterian Church. When Gladys became too ill to go to church, she spent Sunday morning watching TV services, what she called church in a chair. Gladys and Wayne's final move was on Thanksgiving 2014 to Brookdale, a retirement community 2 miles from David and Corinne's house in Newberg, Oregon. After a two-year bout with cancer, Gladys died peacefully at home on March 24, 2015. She is now residing in a penthouse in heaven. Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, April 17, 2015, at the Rainer Center at Terrace Heights Memorial Cemetery, Yakima. Gladys requested that remembrances be given to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center at .
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Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Apr. 12, 2015
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