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Fantello, Anthony Joseph - SEATAC  
Anthony (Tony) Joseph Fantello Anthony Joseph Fantello of Kent, WA died on May 20, 2016 in Renton, WA. He was 93. A funeral service to be held at St. Stephen the Martyr Parish, Renton, WA on June 1, 2016. Viewing 10:00 a.m.; Rosary 10:30 a.m.; Funeral Mass 11 a.m. with Reception immediately following; Entombment 3:00 p.m. at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial Park, SeaTac, WA. For more information, please visit www.BonneyWatson.com
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Foreman, Stanley Russell  
Stanley Russell Foreman March 30, 1952 ~ May 20, 2016 Mr. Foreman was a lifetime resident of Seattle. He will be deeply missed by his family & many friends. www.Legacy.com .
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Franceschina, Attilio Angelo ("Til") - Renton  
Attilio ("Til") Angelo Franceschina Attilio Angelo Franceschina ("Til") was born to Eduardo and Luigia Franceschina on May 22, 1927 in Minneapolis, MN before moving to Renton, WA in 1930. Til passed away peacefully surrounded by family on May 22, 2016, his 89th birthday. Til grew up on Talbot Hill in Renton and graduated from Renton High School. After high school Til joined the US Navy, serving from 1945 to 1947. He later attended the University of Washington be fore starting his lifelong career in the terrazzo, tile and marble business. He learned the trade from his father working at Northwest Marble and Terrazzo before joining General Terrazzo and Tile Company until he retired in 1993. Til met the love of his life, Jean, his partner of 59 years, while both were vacationing in Italy in 1955. His world revolved around family and friends. He was a loving husband, father and nonno and was grateful to share his life with his family, all living in the Seattle area and was involved in all of their lives. He set an example of hard work, integrity and honesty and was a great mentor for his sons and grandsons. Til and Jean cherished their time with close friends and neighbors enjoying potluck dinners, weekends away, and activities with families and he always looked forward to morning cups of coffee with close friends. He will be dearly missed by all those who loved him. Til is survived by his wife Jean and three sons, Steven (Darcy), Douglas (Lindsey) and Michael (Jennifer), four grandchildren, Brett, Kyle, Matthew, Nathan as well as his sister, Angelina Della Rossa and brother Edward (Gerry) and many nieces and nephews. There will be a celebration Mass at St. Anthony's Parish in Renton on Wednesday, June 1st at 10:30 am. Viewing will be at Greenwood Memorial in Renton on Tuesday, May 31st from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. Til's family wishes to thank Providence Hospice for the loving care and support provided in the final weeks of his life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Providence Hospice, NW Parkinson's Foundation or a charity of your choice.
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Frol, Phyllis A. - Seattle  
Phyllis A. Frol Phyllis A. Frol, 90, passed away peacefully on May 17, 2016 at her home in The Horizon House, Seattle, WA. Phyllis was born in Yakima, WA on November 2, 1925, an only child to Floyd and Audrey Ackerman. After graduating from Yakima High School in 1943, she attended the University of Washington earning a BS in Nursing in 1947. Phyllis married Cyril M. Frol on August 29, 1948. They raised their family in Magnolia and enjoyed collecting antiques and playing bridge with neighborhood friends. Cy preceded her in death in 1998. Phyllis was an expert with every type of yarn or thread and always had a project or two underway. She was an accomplished sewer, knitter, crocheter, and needlepointer. The Mariners were her daily, summer entertainment. She is survived by her daughter Debi Tardif (John), and sons Steven (Debbie) and Ken (Jane, former daughter-in-law). Nana dearly loved her grandchildren and contributed generously to their college education: Annie and David Tardif; Garrett (Tory) and Adam Frol; Kavik and Kira Frol. She was great-grandmother of Brock Frol (Garrett). The family would like to thank Melissa Faul and her stellar staff for their loving care of Phyllis during her final days. At her request, there will be no service.
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Ginther, Marilyn Louise - Seattle  
Marilyn Louise Ginther Age 82, passed away on May 20, 2016 in Seattle, Washington, after a long struggle with cancer. She was born Marilyn Louise Harper on February 15, 1934 in East Orange, New Jersey to Donald and Florence Harper but spent much of her life in the Seattle area. She was known as "Lynne" to her closest friends. She attended University of Washington and earned a BA in English Literature in 1960. In her mid-twenties she moved temporarily to New York City and became active in the civil-rights movement there. Lynne moved back to Seattle in the 1980s where she married Fred Ginther and remained in the city for the last 30 years of her life. She attended St. Nectarios Orthodox Church in north Seattle for many years. She was a voracious reader, Dostoevsky being her favorite author. She was greatly troubled by the suffering of animals and contributed to many charities opposing animal abuse. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, brother Don, and many aunts and uncles. She is survived by her husband Fred, brother Mike, nephew Austin, and nieces Katrina and Tammy.
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Grieve, Eleanor Shirley - Seattle  
Eleanor Shirley Grieve Eleanor Shirley Grieve passed away on April 4, 2016 in Seattle WA at Providence Mount St Vincent where she had resided the past four years. Born August 4, 1924 in Manhattan Center (now Normandy Park); she was the daughter of William Jordan and Eleanor (Dennis) Utterback. Shirley, as she was known by a multitude of friends in the West Seattle Community and beyond, graduated Highline High School in 1943. She was married to Robert Walter Hilber in 1943 until his passing in 1948. She then married William Tom Grieve in 1951. She was an active member of the PTA (awarded the Golden Acorn in 1974), the women's group of the Admiral Congregational Church, and her children's scouting groups. She was an enthusiastic and phenomenal gardener and had an uncanny ability with animals. Later on in life, Shirley enjoyed cruising with her husband, Tom, taking many excursions to worldwide destinations. She was survived by her sister Della Lois Schmitz (Utterback); two daughters: Shirley Jo Miller (Denny) and Janice Jean Hilber; two sons: Robert James Grieve (Julie) and William Charles Grieve (Sandra); three grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her husband; her parents; her brother William Henry Utterback; and one daughter: Laurel Ann (Grieve) Raymond. Interment will be in Riverton Crest Cemetery. A celebration of her life will be held on June 11th, 2016 from 12:00PM until 2:00PM at Camp Long in West Seattle (5200 35th Avenue SW). All who knew Shirley are welcome.
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Hartzog, Emie Yoshiko - KENT  
Emie Yoshiko Hartzog Emie Yoshiko Hartzog, 89, passed away in her sleep Sunday, May 22, 2016 at her home in Seattle, Washington. She was preceded by her husband Bill Hartzog. She was born January 3, 1927 to Chuji and Kiyo Imagawa in Kyoto, Japan. In 1958, she married Bill Hartzog, a navy pilot and came to the United States. Emie lived a full and adventurous life. She will be missed. Emie will be interred at Tahoma National Cemetery, May 31, 2016. Please visit www.edline-yahn.com for more information.
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Published in The Seattle Times on May 29, 2016
Haunty, Nancy Ann - Seattle  
Nancy Ann Haunty Nancy Ann Haunty passed away peacefully at the age of 46 on May 13, 2016 after a 6-1/2 year battle with metastatic breast cancer. Nancy is survived by her husband, Jake Haunty of Shoreline, WA; her brother, Bill LeBoeuf, Jr. of Sherman Oaks, CA; her mother, Dr. Sally LeBoeuf of Edmonds, WA; and her father, Dr. Bill LeBoeuf of Huntington Beach, CA. Nancy is also survived by a wonderful community of broader family and friends. Nancy was born on July 24, 1969 in Long Beach, CA. At age 11, she moved to Rogers, Arkansas with her mother, brother, and maternal grandparents. Nancy excelled as a student and as a trumpet player prior to graduating from Rogers High School in 1987. She attended Drury College (Springfield, MO) on a music scholarship, working numerous part-time jobs to help fund her education. Nancy graduated Cum Laude in 1991 with a double major in Economics and Business Administration and a minor in Biology. She continued her education at Washington University (St. Louis, MO) where she earned a Masters in Health Administration. Nancy moved to Seattle in 1994, taking a job in healthcare information technology with PHAMIS, Inc. Nancy's career in healthcare IT spanned 20 successful years before she retired from UW Medicine's Information Technology Services department in 2014 due to her cancer treatment. Nancy married Jake in Florence, Italy in September, 2001. She was initially diagnosed with breast cancer a year later. Nancy was an amazing combination of courage, compassion, intelligence, love, and faith. The love she shared with Jake was deep and complete. She was the source of Jake's courage and strength during her years-long battle with breast cancer. Nancy's great fortitude was an inspiration to many as she ran two 1/2 marathons and summited Mount Adams with the support of Team Survivor Northwest. Nancy will missed but never forgotten by the multitudes who loved her. A memorial service to give thanks for Nancy's life will be held at 1:00 pm on June 2 at University Presbyterian Church in Seattle.
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Hewitt, Margaret Anne - Seattle  
Margaret Anne Hewitt Margaret Anne Fullerton Hewitt, 80, was welcomed to Heaven on May 22, 2016. She was born in Port Gamble, one of 12 children. She attended high school, raised her family, and retired as a VP at SeaFirst Bank while living in Renton; yet Port Gamble with its water and majestic beauty remained her 'home'. She married and had 3 children that meant the world to her: Maxine Trus, who preceded her to Heaven (2 children Chris and Brandy, 2 great grands), Clifford (2 children, Teri in Mn and Cheyenne, age 14, whom Margaret raised and joyfully adopted in 2010), Martine Lewis (Gary, 2 children Caprielle and Paul). Margaret imparted love and happiness to those around her and had a way of making "worries and inadequacy fall away". She cherished her family and friends and she is loved with full hearts. Now she is our beloved Guardian Angel and we Rejoice.
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Hood, L. Jeanne - Seattle  
L. Jeanne Hood Beloved wife and mother, L. Jeanne Hood, born January 28, 1928 in a sod house in Colorado, passed peacefully in her sleep at her Mercer Island home on April 16, 2016. Her life continues to inspire her five children, twelve grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and two of ten remaining siblings. In her youth she excelled at school, singing with friends and family, and horseback riding, including trick riding in the rodeo. Despite damaging her lungs while growing up in the Dust Bowl, Jeanne trained to become a fiercely competitive tennis player and skier, accomplished painter, gardener, seamstress, gourmet cook, elegant hostess of parties, and singer and hummer of tunes. She shared her love of dancing, classical music, politics, history, and travel with her beloved husband Bob, Dr. Robert F. Hood, with whom she is now reunited. Her work included modeling of clothing and the first contact lenses, working for a Senator in Washington DC, and managing Dr. Hood's private practice. Jeanne is remembered as an unfailingly polite, hard-working, and generous person, always willing to lend an ear or shoulder or a beautiful bouquet from her garden. A memorial will be held June 5, 2016, 10:30 am-1:30pm at the VFW Hall, 1836 72nd Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040, followed by a gathering at Jeanne's home.
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