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Wednesday, January 7, 2009 OBITUARIES BInTHS www.arlingtontimes.com The Arlington Times o:* 9 The Marysville Globe and Arling- ton Times now offer four options for remembering and honoring your loved ones. A Notice of Death is free of charge and includes the name of the deceased with city and state of resi- dence; the date of birth; date of death and service information only. An Obituary is published for a fee and is much more personal. It may include photos, borders, backgrounds and additional information. A Card of Thanks is published for a fee to thank those who stood by you, for exceptional aid or help from hospice, a hospital or paramedics or as a general thank you. An In Memoriam is a paid trib- ute or remembrance submitted after the obituary, either in later years or as additional family members and friends finish poems, songs or letters. Call Manny at 360- 659-1300 or e-mail mrabel@marysvilleglobe.com for placement in both The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times. P Marjorie Joyce Ellis q Marjorie Ellis was born was the first woman parcel May 23, 1932 in Mineral, post driver for the Seattle Wash., to Eric and Laketta Post Office. She drove for Sutherland. She passed away the University District route on Sept. 23, 2009. No. 2917. She was raised in Seattle She worked for the and attended Seattle High Arlington School District for School. 10 years. After an injury, she She was preceded in opened The Wishing Place, death by her parents, hus- a childrens book and toy bands, Tommie Lee Mor- store. She was interested in gan (1951) and J. Douglas the miniatures she carried in Prater (1978), son, Thane the store and decided to get Prater, daughter, Amy Grif- more involved. She bought fin, grandsons David Griffin the Bothell and Bellingham and Trever Prater. dollhouse miniature shows She is survived by her which she promoted for a husband, Wallace Ellis, sons, number of years. Gregory Prater, Nyan (Deb- Marjorie was an avid bie) Prater, Darren (Julie) gardener. Prater, Kinnon (Zen) Prater Memorial service and and Quinn (Kristina) Prater. reception will be held at tl Daughters Marci Mattes a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17 at and Erica (Mike) Law- Arlington Free Methodist rer, "adopted" kids Kathie Church, 730 E. Highland (Glen) Bunkelman and Teri Drive, Arlington,WA 98223. and Lisa De Verse. Also In lieu of flowers, memori- 26 grandchildren and nine als may be made to Everett great-grandsons. Gospel Mission, 3711 Smith In the 1960s, Marjorie Ave., Everett, WA. Donate your vehicles, its free and easy' il ii !I Jessica J. Frable Feb. 28, 1987 - Sept. 24, 2009 I! Jessica Frable Jessica J. Frable passed away Sept. 24 at the age of 22. She is survived by her parents, Joan (J J) and Glenn Frable, and her twin sister, Jennifer Frable. Her many friends and relatives will miss her beautiful soul in their lives. Jessica grew up in Silvana, WA and gradu- ated from Arlington High School in 2005. She went on to receive a B.A. in Business Administra- tion with an emphasis in accounting, Summa Cum Laude, from WSU in Dec. 2008. Jessica loved the time she spent with family and friends. She had many passions, including music, bicycling, running, snow- boarding, and shopping. She was a talented athlete and enjoyed ten- nis, volleyball, and most recently scuba diving. Her tech savvy showed through in creative web designs and computer applications. A Celebration of Life service was held on Sat- urday, Oct. 3, 2009 at the Byrnes performing Arts Center at Arlington High School. Weller Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. , llt, block of N. West Avenue, bundles of wood were stolen 4:18 a.m..: A male was given a criminal citation from 7-Eleven. at the intersection of W. Fourth Street and State Sept, Route 9 for driving while 12:35 a.m.: Officers license was suspended,responded to a verbal dis- 3:42p'm':Ajuvenilemalepute in the 5200 block of ran away from home from 172nd Street NE. the 18000 block of Cham- 12:45 a.m.: A male was pions Drive. He returned cited for driving while home later the same day. license was suspended at 9:10 p.m.: A female was the intersection of 170th cited for driving while Place NE and 51st Avenue license was suspended in NE. the 17200 block of E. Coun- 3:02 a.m.: An adult male try Club. was issued tickets in the 10:01 p.m.: A male was11900 block of 217th Place booked into jail for an out- NE for resisting arrest. standing warrant in the failing to obey an officer, 20300 block of 67th Avenue expired tabs, failing to stop NE. for emergency vehicle and driving with no insurance during a traffic stop which also resulted in him going to jail on an outstanding warrant. October 2009 www.dmec 3a.com 21 10:26 a.m..: A female reported that her home window in the 18300 block of Cedarbough Loop Road, had been broken by possi- bly a BB gun or pellet gun. 10:40 a.m.: Reported in the 100 block of E. Third Street, a purse was found on Highway 9. The owner was contacted. 3 p.m.: A female was cited in the 8100 block of 207th Street NE for driving while license was suspended, speeding in a school zone and no proof of insurance. 9:19 p.m.: A male was detained in the 19000 block of Crown Ridge Boulevard and released to the Snohom- ish County Sheriff's Office for an assault that occurred in Marysville. 11:30 p.m.: A male was served no trespass papers from a supermarket in the 3500 block of 172nd Street NE. Sept. 20 9:04 a.m.: A report was taken on statue vandalism at the intersection of Cham- pions Drive and Eaglefield Drive. 9:26 a.m.: A car was reported stolen from the 20200 block of 44th Drive NE and then later located in Marysville. 12:24 p.m.: An adult male was booked into jail for neg- ligent driving, failing to signal and no valid drivers license in the 3200 block of 172nd Street NE. 8:03 p.m.: A female in the 17400 block of 74th Drive NE, believes that fecal mat- ter on her front porch was left there with racial motiva- tion. 8:09 p.m.: Police trans- ported a female to jail for an outstanding warrant in the 17000 block of Smokey Point Boulevard. 11:24 p.m.: In the 500 I :iiiiii!i!!!i!!ii!i!i!i!~ii!iii~iifii i!iii!! iiii3! ili !ii !i i ................ 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