Ingvald Ask, born in Petersburg, Alaska in 1921 died peacefully on the 10th of October 2017, aged 96, at Anderson House, very near his home in Shoreline Washington. He is survived by his wife, Osa, sons Einar (Juli), Erling and Erick (Mariepet), and grandchildren Knut-Andreas, Anna-Kajsa, Synnove and Solveig, and his sister Astrid.
He lived a long, hard working life as a commercial salmon and albacore troller, and longliner. He was a dedicated member of the Seafood Producer's Co-op, a group he strongly supported throughout his fishing career. There will be no memorial service.
You can read more about
him and see videos of Ingvald telling his stories of a life of fishing at http://www.friendlyviking.com/ingvald/
Published by The Seattle Times on Oct. 23, 2017.