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Fisher, Walter Howard  
Walter Howard Fisher died February 25, 2015, at the age of 86 of natural causes. He was born in Illinois on April 4, 1928. Walter retired to the Olympic Peninsula with his wife, Jeanette, after they sold their restaurant in West Seattle. Walter was a Korean War veteran and earned the Bronze Star. Walter was the chef owner, along with his wife, Jeanette, of The Skipper's Galley restaurant in West Seattle for many years. Chef Wally, or "the Skipper," was known for creating a five-star dining experience for the common man, with each table ending with a baked Alaska for dessert. The restaurant was often frequented by Hollywood types as well as several Washington, D.C., characters, including a couple of presidents. Wally and his wife, JeanĀ­ette, traveled extensively all over the world to experience and taste the different cuisines of other cultures. Wally was very kind and generous to everyone he met, and will be missed by many. He loved to cook for his many friends at the senior center, where he played pinochle. Wally enjoyed attending services and classes at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Walter is survived by his children, Michelle (Bruce) Williams of Washington, Daniel (Ronda) Fisher of Nebraska, Patty (Mike) Port of Washington, Sandie Lee (Paul) Yeaman of Nebraska, as well as his best friend, Elaine Nichols of Port Angeles. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jeanette. No services will be held.
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Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Mar. 31, 2015
Footit II, James LeRoy  
James LeRoy Footit II died of cancer at his Port Angeles home. He was 52. Services: Scattering of ashes to be private. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Mar. 30, 2015
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