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Miscellaneous King County, Washington Obituaries


Jennie K. Cramer
Issaquah resident Jennie Kay Cramer, 60, died on Jan. 12, 2000, at the Issaquah Care Center. At her request, no services will be conducted. She was born on Feb. 16, 1938, in Deer Park, the daughter of Ralph and Janet Huntsman. She was raised and educated in Wallowa, Ore. She moved to the Issaquah area in 1985 and married Bob Cramer on Feb. 23, 1991. Mrs. Cramer was employed by the Boeing Company as a machinist. She was a member of Eagles No. 3054 Women's Auxiliary. During leisure time, she enjoyed family and watching football. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Brian Hathaway of Hobart and Blake Hathaway of Helena, Mont.; two sisters, Jody Bell of Spokane and Anne Walker of Graham; and one grandchild. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Janet V. McAuliffe
Issaquah resident Janet V. McAuliffe, 76, died on Jan. 12, 2000, at the home of her daughter, Cecily Cline. At her request, no services will be conducted. She was born on Oct. 26, 1923, in Chicago, the daughter of Norman and Wylla Alley. She was raised in California and graduated from Canoga Park High School in 1941. On Jan. 8, 1949, she married Richard McAuliffe in Las Vegas. The couple traveled the world during Mr. McAuliffe's 30-year career with the U.S. Air Force. After his retirement, they moved to Bellevue. In 1994, they moved to Providence Point. Mrs. McAuliffe was a member of the Overlake Service League, Bellevue Women's Club and Ryther Organization. During leisure time, she enjoyed family, reading, painting and traveling. Survivors include Cline; daughters Tracy Michael of Virginia and Tina McAuliffe of California; step-daughter Leslie McAuliffe of California; a sister, Noreen Adams of California; two grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband on Feb. 15, 1998. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Robert McFarland
Reverend Robert McFarland, 84, died of heart complications on Jan. 9, 2000, at Providence Medical Center in Seattle. A memorial service was held on Jan. 15 at the Church of the Resurrection in Bellevue. Rev. McFarland was born in Chanute, Kansas, on May 6, 1915. He was raised and went to school in Bremerton. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1940, and from Yale Divinity School in 1944 with a major in ministry to religion in higher education, a major in institutional ministry and received a Master of Divinity degree. Rev. McFarland entered the U.S. Army in 1944 and served as chaplain assigned to Communication Headquarters for the China-Burma-India theater in Calcutta, India. Upon his return to the United States, he enrolled in Puget Sound University where he earned a masters degree in education administration and English. He married Lucille Webster on Jan. 20, 1948. He was ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in 1948, and became vicar of St. Michaels and All Angels in Issaquah 1965. His work took him to New York City, Bombay, India, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands and throughout Washington state. He maintained an active career in the National Guard and Army Reserve. After his retirement in 1977 he moved back to his home in Issaquah where he was a relief minister at various local Episcopal churches. In his leisure hours Rev. McFarland enjoyed gourmet cooking, gardening, art collecting and computer science. Survivors include his wife of Issaquah; son Robert Jr. of Torrance, Calif.; daughters Marcia Branna of Roy, Mary Brown of Aberdeen and Ellen Parkinson of Gresham, Ore.; sister Nina Duncan of Poway, Calif.; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Remembrances are suggested to the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Theodore H. Peterson
Issaquah resident and retired Army Major Theodore 'Ted' Harris Peterson, 90, died on Jan. 15, 2000, at Swedish Hospital in Seattle. A graveside service will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 20 at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent. A memorial service follows at 12:30 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front St. South, in Issaquah. Mr. Peterson was born on May 22, 1919, in Corinth, N.D., the son of Seval and Annie Peterson. He was raised on the family farm, and graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1941. He served with distinction in World War II participating in both the North African campaign and the invasion of Italy with the 33rd Infantry. In the latter, he received a battlefield commission to 2nd Lt., and began a career military officer. He retired in 1963. Following his military service, Mr. Peterson completed his graduate education and teacher certification at the University of Washington in Seattle. He taught at Hazen High School in Renton for 16 years and retired in 1981. In 1979, he married Mary Brown in Issaquah. They have made their home here since. Survivors include his wife; three children, Susan Leaf of Bellevue, Michael Peterson of Redmond and Susan Ahrens of Bellevue; three sisters, Anna Njos, Florence Kinnune and Pearl Beach, and a brother Boyd Peterson, all of Issaquah; and four granddaughters. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Josephine Peterson, in 1961. Remembrances are suggested to a favorite charity. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Howard Vandewenter
Former Issaquah resident Howard L. Vandewenter, 79, died on Jan. 11, 2000, at his home in Port Orchard. A funeral service was held on Jan. 14 at the Bremerton Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Port Orchard. Burial followed at Sunset Hill Memorial Park in Bellevue. Mr. Vandewenter was born on June 21, 1920, in Perry, Iowa, the son of John and Golda Vandewenter. He was raised and attended school in Wilmington, Calif. Mr. Vandewenter served with the U.S. Coast Guard in San Diego, Calif., from 1942 to 1945. He married Ruth Bodily on Oct. 14, 1944, in San Diego. The family moved to Issaquah in 1965. Mr. Vandewenter worked as a longshoreman in California and Seattle for 35 years, 18 of which were spent as a foreman with Sealand in Seattle. He retired in 1985. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include his wife of Port Orchard; son David Vandewenter of Massachusetts; daughter Kris Ann Riddle of Port Orchard; sister Leila Rhoads of Portis, Kansas; three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Remembrances are suggested to the American Cancer Society, Kitsap Unit, P.O. Box 2383, Bremerton, 98310. Arrangements are by Pendleton-Gilchrist Funeral Home at Rill Chapel in Port Orchard.

Eleanor Findlay
Eleanor Marie Findlay, 78, of Maple Valley, died on Jan. 24, 2000.v Private burial was held at Tahoma National Cemetery. Mrs. Findlay was born on July 28, 1921, in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Grant and Anna Sallade. She was raised in Chicago. She married Robert J. Findlay on Aug. 21, 1941 in Lemont, Ill. She moved to Redmond in 1954, and then to Issaquah in 1975. In her leisure hours, Mrs. Findlay collected dolls and volunteered at Asland in Issaquah. She moved to Maple Valley in 1979. She was preceded in death by her son, Robert J. Findlay III, in 1979. Survivors include her husband of Maple Valley, and one grandson. Remembrances are suggested to Children's Hospital Foundation. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Harvey Hope
Harvey Clarence Hope, 87, of Issaquah, died on Jan. 26, 2000, at his home. Mr. Hope was born on March 10, 1912, in Pittsburg, Pa., the son of William and Anna Hope. He was raised in Pittsburg, where he graduated from high school. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army. From 1946 to 1965 he served as a marine engineer for the Military Sea Transportation Service. He retired from the Merchant Marines in 1974. He married Eleanor L. Wicklund in September of 1950 in Seattle. The family moved to Seattle in 1951. Mr. Hope was a private pilot and a member of the Masonic Lodge in Renton. Survivors include his wife and his son, Bill Hope of Seattle. Remembrances are suggested to an animal shelter or a charity of choice. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

William Melvin Lewis Hutsen
Funeral services for William L. Hutsen, 80, of Sammamish, will be conducted at 3 p.m. Feb. 3, 2000, at Faith United Methodist Church, 3924 Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd. S.E., Sammamish. He died on Jan. 30 at Providence Marianwood. Mr. Hutsen was born June 25, 1919 in Osgood, Ind., the son of Elmer and Nora Hutsen. He was raised in Columbus, Ind., graduated from Columbus High School and attended Indiana Central. On March 4, 1951, he married Imogene Eslinger in Indianapolis. He began his career as a semi-pro baseball player and then was an independent insurance agent for the rest of his life. They moved to the Plateau in 1933. Mr. Hutsen loved to attend all of his grandchildren's sporting events. He was a member of Faith United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife of Sammamish; sons Yogi Hutsen of Sammamish and David Jones of Mesa, Ariz.; sisters Clauda and Alberta; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Remembrances may be made to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute or Faith United Methodist Church. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Helen L. Sutter
Helen Sutter, 83, a long-time resident of Issaquah died Feb. 8, 2000, at her Bellevue home. A memorial service was Feb. 12, at Flintofts Issaquah Funeral Home. Mrs. Sutter was born in Easton. She married Fritz Sutter in 1936. After a stint in Coolee City, where Mr. Sutter worked on and survived a fall from Coolee Dam, they returned to Issaquah. Here they began a car dealership across from the old Issaquah Feed and Grain store owned by brother-in-law Ben Sutter, and purchased property along east Lake Sammamish. Later they would begin a logging business, move to Oregon and California, and then return in the late 40's to build a home on the lake. Mrs. Sutter was a bookkeeper for the family businesses and worked for the federal government as a materials forwarder. In the mid 1970s they moved to Phoenix, Ariz., so she could accept a promotion. They returned upon her retirement a few years later. Mr. and Mrs. Sutter enjoyed travel and visited Europe, Australia and Mexico, and cruised the Panama Canal and Alaska. She was preceded in death by her husband and a sister, Hazel Main, of North Bend. She is survived by sons Fred of Lacey, Richard of Shoreline, Jim of Issaquah and Robert of North Bend; daughter Pamela Spencer of North Bend; sisters Wilma Boone of Olympia and Betty Powell of Wapato; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The family suggests remembrances to your favorite charity.

Richard R. Ondras
Richard Robert "Dick" Ondras, 69, died Feb. 13, 2000, at his home in Bellevue. A memorial service is 11 a.m. Feb. 19 at Bleitz Funeral Home Chapel in Seattle. Mr. Ondras was born in Beasley, Texas. He served as a corporal in the Army from 1951 to 1953. He married Barbara J. Kindle on March 7, 1953, in Issaquah, where they resided for 44 years. He retired from McKinstry Sheet Metal in 1992, and was a member of Sheet Metal Workers Local #66. He was remembered as a hard-working, family man, a Texas boy at heart who enjoyed gospel and old-time country music. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Scott and wife Kathy of Snohomish, and Robert of LaVergne, Tenn; three daughters, Louise and husband Bill Perry of Fall City, Sheila and Dan Lyon of Marysville, and Tracey Mines of Bellevue; brothers Eugene of Huntsville, Texas, and Joel of San Antonio, Texas; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Remembrances are suggested to Evergreen Hospice. Arrangements are by Bleitz of Bellevue Funeral Home.

Lester S. Anderson
Issaquah resident Lester Soule Anderson, 85, died at home on Jan. 24, 2000. A memorial was conducted on Feb. 19 at the Providence Point clubhouse. He was born on Dec. 1, 1914, in Evanston, Ill, the son of James and Grace Anderson. The family moved to New Jersey during his early teen years and he graduated from Ridgewood High School in 1934. Mr. Anderson met his future wife Katherine on Halloween 1935. The couple married June 8, 1940. He was employed by the Curtiss-Wright Corp. Aeronautical Division from 1936-57. Mr. Anderson also spent 17 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State. Accompanied by his family, he served in Costa Rica and Guatamela. He was honored in 1972 by appearing in the first Who's Who in Government and retired in December 1974. After retirement, the couple lived in Florida and Maine before moving to Issaquah in 1990. Mr. Anderson was a member of the American Foreign Service Association, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Issaquah Amateur Radio Club, American Radio Relay League, AARP and was a Red Cross emergency worker for Washington, King County and the City of Issaquah. He helped organize the Providence Point emergency response team. During leisure time, Mr. Anderson enjoyed photography, collecting autographs of famous aviators (more than 600), theater, singing, dancing, was fluent in Spanish, ham radio operating, computers and politics. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Deborah Anderson of Portland, Ore., and Barbara Jordan and her husband Mike of Bellevue and four grandchildren. Remembrances are suggested to Evergreen Community Hospice, 12822-124th Lane N.E., Kirkland, WA 98034. Arrangements are by Bleitz of Bellevue.

William C. Hickok
Longtime Issaquah resident William "Fairly Honest Bill" Charles Hickok, 68, died on Feb. 13, 2000, in Seattle. A memorial was conducted Feb. 19 at the Issaquah Highlands Camping Club Lodge. Internment was at Floral Hills Cemetery. Mr. Hickok was an accomplished gunsmith and belonged to the Washington Arms Collectors and the Snoqualmie Valley Rifle Club. Survivors include sons William Hickok and his wife Marci, and Kevin Hickok; daughters Cheryl Schmidt, and Susan Hickok; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Patricia in 1966 and a grandson Patrick Hickok in 1995. Remembrances are suggested to the National Rifle Association. Arrangements are by American Memorial in Renton.

Evelyn K. Johnson
Issaquah resident Evelyn Kelly Johnson, 79, died on Feb. 14, 2000, at her son's home in Issaquah. A graveside service was conducted Feb. 18 at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent. She was born on April, 28, 1920, in Normal, Ill., the daughter of Guy and Eva Kelly. She was raised in Leroy, Ill., and served in the U.S. Women's Army Corps during World War II as a secretary and stenographer. She married Eric Johnson of Kearney, N.J. The family moved to Houston, Texas, in 1961. In 1984, Mrs. Johnson retired to Mission Viejo, Calif., to be near her daughter. In 1999, she moved to Bellevue to live near her son. During leisure hours, she enjoyed square dancing, politics and spending time with family, especially her many grandchildren. Survivors include sons Karl Johnson of Issaquah and Stewart Johnson of Southlake, Texas; daughter Linda Shown of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.; sisters Phyllis Devereaux of San Marcos, Texas, and Marion Spratt of Leroy, Ill.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Henry E. Orzechowski
Issaquah resident Henry E. Orzechowski, 89, died on Feb. 17, 2000, at Eastside Group Health Hospital. A funeral service was conducted Feb. 22 at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Burial followed at the Hillside Cemetery. He was born Aug. 1, 1910, in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Polish immigrant parents Frank and Thelma Orzechowski. He was raised and schooled in Cleveland. Mr. Orzechowski served in the U.S. Army for 23 years. He retired as a lieutenant colonel in 1957. In 1944, he married Florence Goddard in Kentucky. He and his family lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Japan, prior to moving to Issaquah in 1957. Mr. Orzechowski worked for King County as a clerk and retired in 1975. He was a member of the F. & A.M. in Kentucky. During lesirue hours, Mr. Orzechowski enjoyed fishing, golfing and was an avid outdoorsman. Survivors include his wife of Issaquah; daughter Sharon Ofner of Kirkland; son Guy Orzechowski of Issaquah; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Elaine Risser, on Sept. 18, 1988. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Bonnie Castagno
A graveside service for Bonnie Castagno, 97, of Issaquah, is 11 a.m. March 8 at Hillside Cemetery in Issaquah. Mrs. Castagno died on March 4 in Bellevue. She was born on Sept. 28, 1902 in Madison, Wisc. At the age of 12 she and her family moved to Tacoma. In 1925 she married Frank Castagno and they moved to Issaquah to join his brother, Rem Castagno, who operated Renton Issaquah Auto Freight. Mrs. Castagno was a 50-year charter member of the Issaquah Children's Orthopedic Hospital Guild, a longtime member of both the Issaquah Garden Club and the Rebekka Lodge of Issaquah. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and flower gardening. She was preceded in death by her husband in March 1990. Mrs. Castagno is survived by her daughter, Joyce Lewis and her husband Jim of Bellevue; two grandchildren, Frank Lewis of Sammamish and Judy Richards and her husband Rod of Centralia; two great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers the family suggests remembrances to Children's Hospital, P O Box C-5371, Seattle, WA. 98105 or Harborview Medical Trauma Center, 325 9th Ave., Seattle, WA, 98104. Arrangements are by Flintofts Issaquah Funeral Home.

Chuck Jacobi
Chuck E. Jacobi, 73, of Issaquah, died on Feb. 27, 2000. A memorial mass was held on March 6 by his family members in Valley, Neb. Mr. Jacobi was born on May 28, 1926, in Cedar Rapids, Neb., the son of Henry and Clare Jacobi. He was raised on a farm. He "hiked all over Germany" with the Third Infantry Division of the U.S. Army in 1946. He returned in 1950, and married Marilyn Gilliam. They settled in Valley, Neb., and for the next 35 years Mr. Jacobi worked selling irrigation systems to farmers throughout the western United States and Canada. The family moved west in the 1960s. They lived in Yakima and Richland. They also spent time in Boise, Idaho; Billings, Mont.; and Incline Village, Nev. Mr. Jacobi was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and American Legion Post No. 58 in Nebraska. In his leisure hours Mr. Jacobi enjoyed his family, his grandchildren, laughter and good storytelling. Survivors include his wife of 50 years; son Michael and his wife Jennifer Jacobi of New Orleans, La.; daughter Christine and her husband Sandy McDade of Issaquah; brother John Jacobi of Valley, Neb.; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister Esther Taylor. Remembrances are suggested to Alzheimers Association, 12721 30th Ave. N.E., Suite 101, Seattle, WA 98125. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Joshua Matthai
Joshua D. Matthai, 22, of Issaquah, died on Feb. 28, 2000, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. A gathering of family and friends was held on March 4 at the home of David and Pamela Matthai. Mr. Matthai was born on Nov. 9, 1977, in Renton, the son of David Matthai and Diane Cruver. He graduated from Issaquah High School in 1996. In his leisure hours, Mr. Matthai enjoyed sports, music and meeting new people. Survivors include his father of Issaquah; his mother of Auburn; brother Jerad of Mount Vernon; grandparents Rose Matthai of Issaquah and Elmer Woldseth of St. Peterburg, Fla.; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Remembrances are suggested to Kids at Risk, c/o Carole Haigood at any Key Bank Branch. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Joseph Palermo
Joseph Thomas Palermo, 81, died on Feb. 28, 2000. A funeral service was held on March 4 at Green's bellevue Funeral Chapel. Burial followed at Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Bellevue. Mr. Palermo was born on Aug. 24, 1918, in Philadephia, Penn. He served in the Army during World War II. He spent his career as a Prudential insurance agent. Survivors include his wife Anna of Issaquah; daughter Nancy Palermo of Issaquah; son Joseph Palermo Jr. and wife Joyce of Issaquah; three grandchildren of Issaquah; and sisters Dolores Furia and Rita Rosa, both of Philadelphia.

David Briggs
David M. Briggs, 67, of Issaquah, died on March 8, 2000, at Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue. A memorial service is March 15 at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Mr. Briggs was born on Nov. 18, 1912, in Erie, Pa., the son of James and Grace Briggs. His grandfather, Murry Briggs, was founder of the Sullivan Democrat, now known as the Sullivan Daily Times, which was the first newspaper in Sullivan, Pa. Mr. Briggs married Helen Baldenwick on Jan. 1, 1945. They lived in Western Springs, Ill., until 1950 when they moved to Mercer Island. In 1984 they moved to Issaquah. Mr. Briggs was employed as an engineer for the Boeing Co. prior to his retirement in 1977. In his leisure hours Mr. Briggs enjoyed books and poetry, and he and his wife shared a love of horses and training collie dogs. His wife preceded him in death in 1996. Survivors include several cousins and very good friends. Remembrances are suggested to the Alzheimers Association of Western and Central Washington, 1422 N.W. 85th St., Seattle WA 98117. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Wendell Giberson
Former Issaquah resident Wendell Giberson, 82, of Lake Tapps, died on March 9, 2000, at his home. A memorial service was March 13 at Creator Lutheran Church in Sumner. Mr. Giberson was born in Montesano on June 13, 1917, and was raised on the family farm in the Wynoochee Valley. He graduated from Montesano High School in 1936. He was a 4-H member from 1928 to 1937, served as a delegate to the 4-H Club Congress in Chicago in 1938, and served in the United States Army during World War II. Mr. Giberson worked for Consolidated Aircraft and as a civilian for the military. He was a missile technician and attended numerous schools throughout the United States during that time. He retired in 1974 and lived in Issaquah from 1969 to 1989. In his leisure hours, Mr. Giberson enjoyed fishing, bowling, hunting, traveling and spending time with his family. Mr. Giberson never married. He lived as a member of the Bert and Dorothy Giberson family for the last 35 years of his life. He was preceded in death by his sister Helen Pinnon in 1963. Survivors include brothers Ebert Giberson of Sumner, Allen Giberson of Montesano and Frank Giberson of Concord, Calif.; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

Steve Kerola
Former Issaquah resident Steve Kerola, 50, died on March 1 in Silverton, Ore., of natural causes. A memorial is at 11 a.m. March 31 at St. Philomena Catholic Church, 1790 south 222, in Des Moines. Mr. Kerola was born on May 20, 1949, the son of Agnes and Alvin Kerola. He graduated in 1968 from Issaquah High School, where he was on the wrestling team. He won the 1968 Washington State wrestling championship with an undefeated season at 168 pounds. Mr. Kerola was in the Army National Guard Reserve for 16 years. He graduated from Western Washington University and moved to Oregon to begin his career in education. He was a respected teacher at Gervais High School for 16 years where he taught art and industrial arts, and coached wrestling. Mr. Kerola initiated a student home building project where his students spent a year planning, designing and building a home. The Oregon Building Congress named him the "Oregon Technology Educator of the Year" in 1994 for his teaching excellence. For the last seven years, Mr. Kerola operated his own business, "Oregon Oak Products." In his leisure hours he enjoyed the company of his many friends at the Town House Cafe, riding his custom Harley Davidson motorcycle, camping, fishing, woodworking, collecting, gardening and visiting with family. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include sisters Mary Lynn Boland and her husband Jim of Fairfax Station, Va., and Karen Crotty and her husband Jim of Des Moines; brother Don Kerola of Houston, Texas; and six nieces and one nephew. Remembrances are suggested to the American Diabetes Association.

Edith F. Stewart
Issaquah resident Edith (Pearson) F. Stewart, 91, died on March 10, 2000, at Providence Marianwood. A graveside inurnment service is at 11 a.m. March 18 at Cedar Lawns Memorial Park in Redmond. She was born on March 4, 1909, in High Point, the daughter of Peter and Kristine Pearson. She graduated from Issaquah High School. Mrs. Stewart was employed as an insurance claims adjuster for many years. The former Mercer Island resident enjoyed family and flower gardening during leisure time. Survivors include three sisters, Linnea Larson of Kenmore, Anne Johnson of Issaquah and Myrtle Hanavan of Oceanside, Calif. She was preceded in death by her husband Benjamin in 1992. Remembrances are suggested to Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front St., S., Issaquah, WA 98027 or a favorite charity. Arrangements are by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home.

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