Clyde G. Wagner
A family memorial service will be held at a later time for Clyde G. Wagner, of Sequim.
Mr. Wagner died Feb. 8, 1999. He was 92.
He was born April 8, 1906, in Bellingham.
He played professional baseball in the late 1920s and early 1930s for the Seattle Indians and teams in Sacramento and Chicago.
He later had business careers with Seattle Hardware and the Cleveland Twist Drill Company.
Prior to retirement he founded and ran the Clyde G. Wagner Company, where as a manufacturers' representative for cutting tools he did business with Boeing and other Pacific Northwest manufacturers.
Mr. Wagner and his wife, Thelma, were world-renowned fly fishermen. They resided in Sequim for 25 years.
In addition to his wife at the family home, Mrs. Wagner is survived by a daughter, Billie Schmid, of New Jersey, and son Clyde A. "Bud" Wagner, of Seattle and Maui, Hawaii; 13 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Eugene T. Wagner, in 1996.
Memorial gifts may be made to a favorite charity.
Drennan-Ford Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Martha Elizabeth Pinckard
Martha Elizabeth "Lib" Pinckard, of Tennessee, died Jan. 17, 1999, in Kennesaw, Ga. She was 87.
She was born April 5, 1911, in Round Oak, Ga., to Roy B. and Myrtle Hathaway Bowers and graduated from Sullins College, in Bristol, Va. She taught for several years in the Carter County, Tenn., school system and was the youngest elementary school teacher in that state.
She and Wendell L. Pinckard married in January 1940. Mr. Pinckard died in January 1959.
Mrs. Pinckard became a bookkeeper for Paul A. Chapman & Associates in Chattanooga, Tenn.
She was a member of Brainerd United Methodist Church.
After retirement, Mrs. Pinckard enjoyed gardening, art work and nurturing her family.
Mrs. Pinckard is survived by sons Lamar Pinckard, of Port Angeles, Timothy Pinckard, of Windsor, Conn., and Jeffrey Pinckard, of Kennewaw, Ga; a sister, Jane B. Lang, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Memorial gifts may be made to benefit education.
Lewellyn Ewall Woodward
No service is planned for Lewellyn Ewall Woodward, of Sequim.
Mrs. Woodward died Feb. 9, 1999. She was 90.
She was born July 26, 1908, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Orlando and Estella "Essie" Cook Ewall.
She graduated from Central High School in Omaha, Neb.
She and Max V. Woodward married Jan. 19, 1935, in Omaha, Neb. Mr. Woodward preceded her in death on Aug. 12, 1973.
Before her marriage she worked for several years as a stenographer for the U.S. Army.
Mrs. Woodward lived in Omaha, Chicago and Kansas City, Mo., before moving to Sequim. She enjoyed gardening, bridge and traveling.
She was a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston and Sequim.
Mrs. Woodward is survived by son Lee Woodward, of Granger, Ind.; sister-in law Hope Woodward, of Sequim; daughter-in law Jean Woodward, of Bakersfield, Calif.; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and two nephews.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Woodward was preceded in death by a son, Dale Woodward; a brother and a sister.
Memorial gifts may be made to First Church of Christ, Scientist, 337 W. Spruce St., Sequim 98382.
David C. Hope
A family memorial service for David C. Hope, of Sequim, will be scheduled at a later date. Burial was at Sequim View Cemetery.
Mr. Hope died Feb. 11, 1999. He was 83.
He was born April 22, 1915, in Cutbank, Mont., to Forrest H. and Mildred Alice Young Hope. He attended high school in Whitefish, Mont.
He moved to Port Angeles in 1935 and he and Lenora Champion married at the Champion homestead in Fairview June 24, 1938.
Mr. Hope worked at Olympic Forest Mill and at shingle mills in Port Angeles and Beaver during the 1930s and '40s.
He moved to the Seattle area to work for Boeing during World War II. In 1946 Mr. Hope returned to the Sequim area and worked at ITT Rayonier from 1947 to 1977. After retiring, Mr. Hope grew raspberries and raised beef cattle for several years.
In addition to his wife at the family home, Mr. Hope is survived by a son, James Hope, and daughter, Mildred Harrell, both of Sequim; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Mr. Hope was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one sister.
Memorial gifts may be made to the David C. Hope Memorial Fund for equipment and training of emergency medical technicians, Clallam County Fire District 3, 523 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim 98382.
Sequim Valley Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Leona C. Moody
At the family request, no service is planned for Leona C. Moody, of Port Angeles.
Mrs. Moody died Feb. 13, 1999. She was 97.
She was born in Iowa on April 15, 1901, to Frank W. and Mabel Morris Curtis.
She and Arthur Moody married June 21, 1925, in Newberg, Ore. Mr. Moody preceded her in death in August 1989.
Mrs. Moody worked for a government dispatch office is Pasco, then for the loan department of the Farm Bureau. She moved to the Sequim-Port Angeles area in 1953.
Mrs. Moody was a member of the Christian Science Church and Eastern Star.
Mrs. Moody is survived by a brother, Royal "Joe" Curtis, of Sequim.
Memorial gifts may be made to the Salvation Army, P.O. Box 2229, Port Angeles, 98362.
Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Steven Joseph Kolar
A memorial service for Steven Joseph Kolar, formerly of Sequim, is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.
Mr. Kolar died Oct. 14, 1998, at his home in Silverdale. He was 90.
He was born Oct. 29, 1907, in Los Angeles, to Michael and Franzicka Wagner Kolar. He was raised and educated in Los Angeles and worked as a general contracting builder for many years.
His wife, Julia, preceded him in death in 1994. They married in 1935 in Los Angeles.
Mr. Kolar is survived by a son, Michael Kolar, of Poulsbo; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He also was preceded in death by a grandson, Scott Michael Kolar, in September 1985.
Stone Chapel at Cherry Grove Memorial Park was in charge of arrangements.
Mary 'Lillian' Boehme
A memorial Mass for Mary "Lillian" Boehme, formerly of Port Angeles, will be celebrated Saturday, Oct. 24, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Sequim.
Mrs. Boehme died in Federal Way Oct. 3, 1998. She was 87.
She was the youngest of eight children, born April 26, 1911, in Cheltenham, Pa., to Bridgett and Patrick Friel.
She worked eight years for the Bell Telephone Company of Philadelphia and in 1934 she and William O. "Bill" Boehme married. Mr. Boehme preceded her in death in 1992.
In 1947 the family, which included two daughters, bought a car and travel trailer and took three months sightseeing America before settling in Seattle.
Mrs. Boehme worked for the Bon Marche and was active with the League of Women Voters in Seattle.
In 1972 they moved to "The Bluffs" east of Port Angeles.
Mrs. Boehme was active at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Sequim, and the "Busy Fingers" craft group.
She moved to a retirement home in Tacoma in 1993 and spent the past four years in an Alzheimer's residential care home in Federal Way.
Mrs. Boehme is survived by daughters Lois Lockhart, of Centralia, and Marjorie Plaisance, of Fresno, Calif; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Memorial gifts may be made to Alzheimer's Association of Western and Central Washington, 1422 NW 85th, Seattle 98117.