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Everett Tozier passed away peacefully at home after suffering a stroke at the age of 94.
He grew up in Southern California, and with the outbreak of World War II, he served as a decorated B-25 bomber pilot. After the war, he became a successful architect in Pomona and Claremont, California.
He loved numerous outdoor activities, including trout fishing and birdwatching, but his lifelong passion was golf. He consistently golfed his age and landed several holes-in-one, most recently at age 92.
Everett and Jean, his wife of 66 years, have lived in Port Angeles since 1981.
He is survived by Jean; son Bill and Bill's wife, Sarah, both of Port Angeles; daughter Ann and her husband, Joe, both of June Lake, California; four adoring grandchildren; and sister Vivian of Eureka, California.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests support of the Captain Joseph House Foundation in Port Angeles, www.captainjosephhousefoundation.org.
No service is planned at this time.
Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Feb. 23, 2014