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B6 o The Arlington Timesfrhe Marysville Globe OBITUARIES & BIRTHS Wednesday, Daryl L. Gallaugher Daryl L Gallaugher, 81, of Everett, Wash., died December 26, 1999. He was born January 24, 1918 in Arlington, Wash., the son of Wes and Grace Gallaugher. He married Edna Cooper in 1943. Daryl attended Marysville schools, graduating in 1936. He served as a Navy pilot during WWII and retired after 27 years of service. He received numerous commenda- tions during his military career. He was a life member of Elks #479 and Sons of Norway #2-003. For the last 25 years he has lived in Everett. Daryl had such a warm and charm- ing personality, that people were naturally drawn to him. He leaves Edna, his wife of 56 years; two daughters, Terry Lyrme Brandeberry of San Jose, Calif. and Sandra Lee Solie of Portland, Oregon; five grandchildren, David, Michael, Nicholas, Arel, and Dan; two sisters, Nancy Larson and her husband, Art, of Marysville and Dorothy Olson and her husband Dallas of Everett, Wash. He also leaves many friends. Memorial services were held Wednesday, December 29 at the Solie Funeral Home Chapel, Everett, with a reception following in .the Fireside Room. Memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer's Association, 1422 N.W. 85th, Seattle, WA 98117. Iio Marvin Soma Ilo Marvin Soma, 90, born March, 19, 1909 in Jackson, Minnesota, passed away Dec.30, 1999 in Arlington, Wash. He was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, and a vet- eran of the Army. He farmed.in Canada until 1949, and moved to Carnation, Wash, where he farmed until 1957. He than moved to a farm in Arlington. He later sold the farm and went to work for Washington Dairyman's Association for seven years. He went to work for John Jenson as a carpenter until his retirement, no loved to travel with his wife, Emily, with their trailer. They sold their house in Arlington and now live in a retirement home in Marysville. He married his loving wife, Emily, September 2, 1936. They had two daughters, Irene Ulvin of Richland, Wash., and Darlene Mjoen of Port Ludiow,,Wash., and one son Ly)e Soma of Chelan,.Wash. He has eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Arlington, Friday January 7, 2000 at 2 p.m. Memorials may be sent to Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Arlington. Arrangements are under the care of Weller Funeral Home, Arlington. Bradley Chadas Strid Bradley Charles Strid passed away peacefully at home, after a long courageous battle with brain cancer, with loving family and friends at his side. He was born July 30, 1958 in Arlington. He leaves his daughter and son- in-law, Misty and Adam Coons and grandson, Jayden of Idaho; his mother, Patrida Strid of Arlington; brother, Jeff Strid of Arlington; sis- ters and brother-in-law, Virginia and Terry Hartz, Christie and Tom Gohin and Kathy and Vince Viesca; his grandmother and grandfather, Ardis and Paul Wesson; several nieces and nephews and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Strid and paternal grandparents, Harry and Elsie Strid. Services will be held Saturday, January 8, 2000, at 1 p.rm at Immaculate Conception Church in Arlington. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Providence Hospice of Everett. Alvera Went) Demen Pike Alvera (Vera) Doreen Pike, 79, of Everett, Wash., died December 27, 1999, after a long struggle with dia- betes and cancer. She passed away peacefully at home with her daugh- ters at her side. Vera was born March 21, 1920 at Darrington, Wash., the daughter of Alfred and Ada (Nichols) Rossart. She is survived by her daughter, Andra Oohn) Gilbert, Everett and Dodee (Tom) Olson, Cashmere, Wash. She leaves behind her loving grandchildren, Robert McKean, Martin Solvang, Heidi Petersen, Brad Solvang, Richard Solvang, Douglas Moser, Darrell Moser, Nicole-Marie Olson, and adopted granddaughter Becky Marshall. She is also survived by her nine great-grandchildren, Jason Solvang, Mindy, Kelly, Nina Petersen, Alysia, Nick, Skylar Solvang, Cameron and Jordan Moser; two nieces Jan Cozme of Coupeville, Wash. and Doreen Wheeler of Gig Harbor, Wash. Vera also leaves behind a very special dose, fun loving circle of dear friends. To laugh a bit and joke a bit and grasp a friendly hand. To love a bit and scold a bit and know they'll understand. To tell ones secret hopes and fears and share a friendly smile. To have a friend and be a friend is what makes life worth while. She is preceded in death by her parents and her sister, AnnaMay Arthur. Arrangements by Purdy & Waiters with Cassidy. Services were held at Mausoleum, Cypress Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Everett, December 30, 1999. Granite Falls Dean 'Deno' Thomas Rubert Dean "Deno" Thomas Rubert, 28, of Granite Falls, Wash., died December 24, 1999 in Everett. Dean was born June 3, 1971 in Ritzville, Wash., to Lawrence and Nancy (Wolfe) Rubert. He enjoyed many activities in his life including The Wheelers Bowling League, Spedal Olympics Bowling, Equi Friends Horse Riding, and Friends of Special Children Summer Camp. He is survived by his mother, Nancy Rubert of Bonney Lake; father, Lawrence Rubert of Tonasket, brother, Ryan Rubert of Hanford, Calif.; uncle, Zachary Rubert of Hanford, Calif.; grandparents, Thomas and Esther Wolfe of Bonney Lake and grandmother, Gertie Rubert of Tonasket; along with care- givers, Candy and Tom and previous eareglvera, Pat and Gary. Dean was preceded in death by grandfather, Claude Rubert of Tonasket. A memorial service was held at Woodside New Life Assembly on Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 1 p.m. Memorial contributions may be given to the Dean Rubert Memorial Fund: Washington Credit Union, Marysvilie branch. A spedal thanks to all the peo- ple who helped make Dean's life special. Arrangements under the direc- tion of Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, Marysvilie. Albert J. Hepper Mr. Albert J. Hepper, former 30- year resident of Marysville, Wash., passed away at MSA Hospital in Abbotsford, B.C., Canada, on Christmas day while visiting rela- tives. He was 95. Mr. Hepper was born in North Dakota on January 15, 1904, a son of August and Mary Braunberger Hepper. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII in Africa and Italy. He worked for a time as a logger and retired as a barber in Everett, Wash. before moving to the Lynden, Wash. area In 1994. He enjoyed fishing, cribbage, pool, and was a member of the International Organization of Foresters. He is survived by brother, Edmund Hepper, and wife, Edith, of Abbotsford and sister, Helen Lang of Calgary and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Jacob, William and August, Jr.; sisters, Bertha Sailer, Martha Kane and Ida Hoffman. No services will be held at this time. Local arrangements by Gillies Funeral Home of Lynden. 7 DAYS A WEEK Otmlity lrolnoil] VAY MiX GARDEN MIXI Crushed Rodt Bark * Mulch I Delivotiao - 7 O~S a Weeki CALL TODAY 659-8088 j SCHAEFER-SHIPMAN FUNERAL HOME "A Tradition of Caring Since 1904" Advance Planning Complete Burial and Cremation Arrangements After Care Support 804 STATE AVENUE . MARYSVILLE, WA 98270 Ann Lillian Ingram Ann Lillian Ingram, 71, of Snohomish, died December 28, 1999, in an Everett Hospital. She was born March 6, 1928 in New York City, New York. Ann and her husband, Lester, came to the Everett area from New York City, in 1954 with four small children and little else. In 1960 and 1962, their family grew to include four sons and two daughters. The family continued to expand with the many foster chil- dren, cousins and occasional friends that would come to live with her and her family. Ann held many positions as waitress, cook and chef at various establishments throughout Snohomish County. The Silver King Cafe, Mel's Diner, the Alpine Restaurant, the London Cafe, The Elk's Club, and the Moose Lodge to name a few. She was a long time supporter of the volunteers of America. For many years she was a member of the DORCAS Ladies and volunteered her services to provide holiday meals for the needy. She will be remembered for her big heart and love of every living thing. She touched all who knew her and will be greatly missed. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Lester; her brother, Paul Bliss of Rockaway, NY; and her sister, Francis Alverson of Everett. She leaves her sister and broth- er-in-law, Dorothy and Hal Caywood of Everett; son, Paul Ingrain and his wife, Casey, of Lake Stevens; son, Les Ingram of Marysville; son, Bill Ingrain and his wife, Pare, of Marysville; daughter, Luci Morgan and her husband, Gary, of Snohomish; daughter, Gina Krauja and her husband, Steve, of Arlington; and son, Jeff Ingrain of Everett; grandchildren, Tanya Hart of Monroe, Lisa Freeling of Marysville, Tony Hart of Snohomish, Terra Wetzsteon of Arlington, Bryan Ingrain of Lake Stevens, Ashley ingrain of Marysville, Trover Krauja of Arlington, Nate Ingram of Marysville, Tana Ingram of Marysville, and Kyle Ingram of Marysville; six great-grandchildren; dozens of nieces and nephews; and of course, those special, special friends like Jackie Oglesby of Stanwood; the entire staff of Merry Haven Health Care Center; and the wonderful caring nurses at Providence Colby Campus who helped to make her last hours with us endurable. Memorial services were held Sunday, January 2, 2000, in Evergreen Funeral Home Chapel. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Alzheimers Assodation, 12721 30th Ave. N.E, Suite 101, Seattle, WA 98125. Hazel Vivian I.arson Haze] Vivian Larson, 86, of Marysville, Wash., passed away on December 26, 1999. She was born in Selah, Wash. on May 19, 1913. She was preceded In death by her beloved husband, Edward I_arson in 1992. She is survived by her daughter, Janet and son-in-law, Tom Fletcher; son, Edward J. Larson and daughter- in-law, Cristina. She also leaves her sister-in-law, Emily Mueller and hus- band, Reuben; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Hazel retired from Boeing in 1975 and was a longtime member of Eagles Aerie 13. She always enjoyed her Fridays at the Stillaguamish Senior Center, her Eagles' activities and the Normanna Ladies Club.. The funeral service was held Thursday, December 30, 1999 at 1 p.m. at Purdy & Waiters with Cassidy Funeral Home, Everett. A private interment was held at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, Wash. Luella Margaret (6.ookins) Losnegaaro Luella Margaret (Gookins) Losnegaard, 88, of Marysville, Wash., died December 26, 1999, in Everett, Wash. She was born November 24, 1911 in Armstrong, B.C. to Christopher and Mary Harmon. She had lived in Snohomish County for the past 16 years, coming from the Bellingham/Seatfle/Renton areas. She leaves two sons and daugh- BRUCE M. BRADLEY PROFESSIONAL WALLCOVERING/WALLPAPER HANGER Custom Homes Residential * Commercial Removals Borders Wall Repair * Texture Smoothing Licensed * Bonded * Insured Free Estimates * References Since 1984 (360) # BRADLBM 118Q8 ters-in-law, Henry and Linda Gookins of Tacoma and William and Barbara Gookins of Marysville; and brother, Stuart Harmon of Ferndale, Wash.; numerous grandchildren, and sever- al great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home in Marysville, Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 10 a.m. Burial followed at the Marysville Cemetery. Services and arrangements under the direction of Schaefer- Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville. Nathan Randall Miller Nathan Randall Miller was born and died on December 25, 1999. He now joins his brother, David, in heaven. He leaves his father, Timothy and mother, Shannon Miller of Marysville; and one brother, Jarren Miller. Graveside services were held at Marysville Cemetery, Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 1 p.m. Services are under the direction of Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville. Richard (Dick) H. Moe, Sr. Richard (Dick) H. Moe, Sr., born Friday, September 13, 1929 in Anacortes, Wash., and passed away on December 22, 1999 at Swedish Hospital in Seattle, after a seven month battle with pancreatic cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family. A graduate of Roosevelt High School m Port Angeles; married Marjorie Freisheim on July 17, 1949. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July. They moved to Alaska in 1954 where they raised their four children. Dick had a 38- year career as a log scaler, and grad- er with Puget Sound Log Scaling and Grading Bureau until his retirement in 1997. Dick was a life member of Port Angeles Naval Lodge BPOE 353; The Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo #34; Northwest Log Sealers Association; and a member of Sacred Heart Parish in Haines, Alaska. Dick was an avid fisherman, outdoorsman and a private pilot. He coached and man- aged little league baseball in Ketchikan, Alaska for many years. He is survived by his loving wife, Marjorie; his sons, Donald R. Moe of Mukilteo, Wash., and Richard H. Moe, Jr., and wife, Arlene, of Juneau, Alaska; his daughters, Sheryl Buno and husband, Dean, of Anchorage, Alaska and Karl Struve and husband, Mark, of Marysville, Wash. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren, Alisa (MoO Partington and husband, Keith, Jey Buno, Brett Buno, Donald Moe, Jr., Kera (Buno) Farrell and husband, David, twins, Denean and Danielle Buno, Kyleen Struve, Karlin Moe, Jacob Struve and Koddi Moe; great- grandchildren are Kelsi, Tyler and Lucas Partington; his brother, Bob Moe and sister, Ruth Moe of Port Angeles; his mother-in-law, Alyce Freisheim and brother-m-law and sister-in-law, Roy and Marlene Winters of Muskegon, MI; also many nieces and nephews. Dick was preceded in death by his mother and father, Robert and Thelma Moe; his sister, Roberta (Moe) Short; and brother, Marvin Moe. Funeral mass was held at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Everett, Wash., on Thursday, December 30, 1999. His burial was at the Shrine of St. Therese Columbariurn in Juneau, Alaska. The family would like to thank Dr. Saul Rivkin; his nurses, Peggy and Alice, the Swedish Tumor institute and Swedish Hospital for their loving care of Dick and the family. In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research or Swedish Tumor institute for Pancreatic Cancer Research, Dr. Saul Rivkin, 1221 Madison Street, Seattle, Wash. Theodore N. Thomas Theodore N. Thomas, 85, of Marysville, Wash., passed away December 26, 1999. He was born June 16, 1914 in Pomeroy, Wash. He worked as a fab- ricator at Boeing for many years. Mr. Thomas is survived by his daughter, Carla Lynn Thomas of Concord, Calif.; son, Timothy Neal Thomas of Monroe, Wash.; three grandchildren; sisters, Lillian Kennedy and Shirley Vangel, both of Marysville; brother, Roy Thomas of Puyallup, Wash.; and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and a host Lockers 50% off 2nd months rent 360-657-2462 of friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hilma Thomas in 1983. A graveside service was held Wednesday, December 29, 1999, 1 p.m., at Abbey View Cemetery in Brier, Wash. If desired, memorials may be made to Hospice of Snohomish County. Arrangements by Evergreen Washelli Funeral Home. Dwight F. 'Tommy' Thompson Dwight F. "Tommy" Thompson, resident of Marysville, Wash., passed away early Monday morning, December 27, 1999. Tommy was born December 22, 1919 in Clearlake, Wash. He was also founder of Kenmore Building Materials, now Kenmore Pre-Mix. He was also a resident of Camano Island, Wash. Tommy was an avid sp(~rtsman, his greatest passion being fishing. He was president of ICBO for many years, and retired an honorary lifetime member. Tommy is Survived by his lov- ing wife of-53 years, Mildred Thompson; and his family, daughter, Jackie Lisi of Congress, Ariz.; son, Dwight M. Thompson of Marysville; his daughter, son-in-law and grand- son, Patricia, Rock and Micah Smith of Bothell, Wash.; his granddaugh- ters, Renee Osborne and Holly Hunter, both of Marysville; and a grandson, Wayne Shoup of RenD, Nev. Tommy also had seven great- grandchildren. A memorial service was held Friday, December 31, 1999 at 2 p.m. at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville. Harold 'Hal' G. Webster Harold "Hal" George Webster, Jr., 71, of Wenatchee, Wash., passed away Monday, November 29, 1999 at his home. He was born May 28, 1928 in Monroe, Wash. to Harold and Wilma (Waters) Webster. He had been a res- ident of Wenatchee 21 years, moving there from Snohomish. Hal and Mary Haaland were married August 27, 1949 in Everett, Wash. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1945 to 1949 in China. Following his service in the Navy, he joined the Coast Guard where he had served his country again from 1949 to 1969. He retired as a Chief Warrant Officer and had his own command on the "Bluebell." After his retirement from the Coast Guard, he worked for the State of Washington, Department of Revenue as commercial property appraiser. Hal loved the outdoors and enjoyed camping and fishing, swimming and especially boating and his special love was the Columbia River. He was a member of the American Legion, the Forty and Eight Club, Fleet Reserve, Coast Guard Warrant Officer Association. He is survived by his wife, Mary, of the home; his daughter, Robin and her husband, F Kinney, of Marysville; and his wife, Wenatchee; his Brown of Marysvilie, Thompson of and Alex Kinney sisters, Leola, Cynthia, Claudia, and Cherie; nieces, nephews and He was preceded in his father, Harold; Wilma; his brother, Kathleen; and his son, Webster. Service of held Friday, December 3, '. Betts Memorial Chapel. Scott Langager officiated i American Legion honors. Memorial made to the Hospice Washington, 1300 Fuller, or the Veterans Services are under Betts Funeral Service. Jean Y. Sherk Jean Y. 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