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B6 o:. The Arlington Timesfrhe Marysville Globe He recently became a great- grandfather and was thrilled with Helen A Bernadas Bowers the joy of Brianna ReneB, Alonna Lynn and Alexandria Hope. Helen A. Bernadas Bowers, He was preceded in death by 81, of Arlington, died Thursday, his mother, Selma (Bates) Cathey Nov. 16, 2000, after a long illness. of the Skagit and his father, Glen She was born January 15, 1919, in C. Crawford of Darrington, and Healdsburg, Calif. She is the his grandson, Sheldon Thomas adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Marysville. Bert Beach of Healdsburg. Val was returned to the She is survived by daughter, Skagit Valley on Monday, Janet A. and (Glenn) Stott of November 13, 2000, for funeral Arlington; son, George Joseph services at the Lyman Baptist Bernadas III, his wife (Rachel) of Church. Interment followed at the Gilroy, CA; daughter, Alice Ann Lyman Cemetery. and (Edward) Schergens of Services are under the direc- Arlington; 6 grandchildren and 8 tion of Precht.Rose Chapel, great grandchildren. Chelan. Helen was preceded in death by one grandson. Harvey 'Red' Millholland Arrangements for cremation Harvey "Red" Millholland, 77, by Purdy andf Walters with of Arlington, born June 5, 1923, Cassidy. in Marysville, Wash., passed away Laval Vivlan (McOongle) Saturday, Nov. 11, 2000. Crawford He is survived by his loving wife of 22 years, Marguerite Laval Vivian (McDougle) "Scotty" Millholland; daughters, Crawford was born July 31, 1926 at the Bates family home in Kathy Beak and husband, Mike, of Birdview's, Wash. He passed away Marysville, Ruth Moore and hus- band, Forrest, of Seabeck; son, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2000 in Eric Millholland and wife, Rhoda, Manson, Wash. He was named for his late uncle, Vivian Bates of of Darrington; 10 grandchildren; Birdview's. numerous great-grandchildren; and four sisters of the area. He attended grade school in Harvey was retired from the Lyman and graduated from Edmonds School District where Sedro-Woolley High School in he worked for 25 years as shop 1944. He worked for Skagit Steel foreman. until joining the U.S. Navy in Graveside services were held 1944. He served 1944-1946 dur- Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Floral ins World War II with the NTC, San Diego, USS Mona Island ARG- Hills Cemetery, Lynnwood. Memorials may be made to 9, USS PCE 874 and PSC USNB in Bremerton. He was honored bycharity of choice or Providence the Navy with the Asiadic-Pacific Hospice of Everett. Area Campaign Medal, the Signe Victoria Peterson American Area Campaign Medal Signe Peterson of Smokey and the World War II VictoryPoint, Wash., died November ] 4, Medal. 2000. She was 90. After his honorable dis- Signe was born to Victor and charge, he returned to the Skagit Hanna Gustafson in Duluth, in Sedro-Woolley. Laval had a love for music and was taught his first Minn., February 23, 1910. She married Leonard guitar cords by his uncle, A.D. Peterson in Two Harbors, Minn., Bates of Day Creek. He said, "I in 1933. They moved to Seattle in taught him his first cords but in 1948, and to Smokey Point in only a short time he past me by." 1984. Before her retirement, An excerpt from the cover of Vat's and Cliff Johnson's "Sons of Signe was a professional seam- stress. the Skagit" recording reads: Signe loved her Lord, her "Over a half century ago we family, her Swedish heritage, her were neighbors at the ripe old life. She will be deeply missed. age of 4 and 5 (Lyman, Wash.). We She is survived by her sons, weren't playing much music then, Clyde (Betty) of Fair Oaks, Calif., but w were High SteppLrL and David (Joanne) of Malaga, "In our teens we got re- Wash.; five grandchildren; four ~qt~inted through Val's uncle, great-grandchildren; one brother, A.D. Bates, 'a Skagit Legend.' By Rudy (Aune) Gustafson, of then country music had it's hooks Duluth; one sister, Edith in us and the barb is still there. Stapleton of Sarasota, Florida; Neither of us got our full growth, and countless other friends and as on weekends the guitars had a relatives. way of taken over. Signe was preceded in death "This music is a thanks to by her husband of 57 years, country music, a part of our lives, Leonard; her sisters, Ruth and and to our friends who have Elsie; and her parents. helped keep it alive in us, Cliff Services to celebrate her life Johnson and Val Crawford." were held Sunday, Nov. 19, at in his early years, Val was an Faith Lutheran Church, independent log truck driver in (Lakewood) Arlington Darrington Later he worked at Signe suggested remem Summit Timber, Boeing and Twin brances to Faith Lutheran or to City Foods, He retired to the Lake Hospice of Snohomish County Chelan Valley to live near his girls, and make his home in AUene Elizabeth Sunde Manson until the time of his Ailene Elizabeth Sunde, 72, death, of Arlington, passed away He is survived by his three Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2000. daughters, Rene6 E. Crawford, Los She was born April 7, 1928 in Angeles, Calif.; Norrine B. Quillayute, Wash. Ailene worked Crawford, Manson, and Sharon K, as a rater for Grange Insurance Crawford, Marysville, Wash.; four for many years. Rrandchildren; Alisha K. She is survived by her daugh- Anderson, Redding, Calif., ter, Karen Sue Morris of Missouri; Stephanie T. Cook, Langley, grandchildren, Melody E. Brown Wash., Kristi K. (Petersen) of Oklahoma, Mitzi K. Morris, Deckard, Billings, Mont., andDonald N. East, both of Arlington; Arnie T. Peterson, Red Lodge,great- grandchildren, Ochun A. Mont. Morris and Heather Brown; step- AT, (, ,Ui/IW(ASS, AC, NIEW TKIi lEO AT IT'S lEST. ONff 25K MIS. '!0'S35i i,455 '97 $ATUIH $C2 COUPE I '98 HONDA C|U AUrO, C I At, J'W, mr, UKmK mT, SUNROOF,m/FM/ SS, ALLOYS, AIR AC, 4-DR, COND,, Vii"/$11Mg SHARPI DARK GREEN m[~BI41. ~lJlil~tl'fZnBdl. OBITUARIES 8( BIRTHS daughter, Linda Sunde of grandchildren. He had an abun- Marysville; brothers, LeRoy Clary dance of friends that will miss and Allan Clary; close friend, J.J. barn dearly. "Norm" Brewer of Arlington. Memorial services were held At Ailene's request, no ser- Monday, Nov. 20, at the Solie vices will be held. Private inter- Funeral Home in Everett, Wash. ment at Evergreen Memorial Park, In lieu of flowers, donations Seattle. may be made to Melanoma Arrangements are by Cancer Research. Evergreen-Washelli Funeral Home. L. Maxine Ebert L. Maxine Ebert was born January 1, 1907 in Fortson, Wash. She went to grade school in Mukilteo, Wash., graduated from Everett High School, and graduat- ed from Bellingham Normal School. She has been a member of the Nazarene Church since her teenage years. She taught school in Lake L. Maxine Ebert Stevens and Toppenish, Wash. before coming to Marysville, Wash., where she taught school for 37 years. She started the kindergarten class at Liberty School, teaching up to the third grade, and becoming princi- pal. She also named Pinewood Elementary School in a naming contest. With the help of the Lord, She devoted her life to the children of her school and her church. She leaves her brother, Charles and Arlene Ebert; niece, Charleen and husband Bill Bawden; great nieces, Kathy James and Lisa and husband Mike Lytle; great-great niece, Taylor James. A funeral service was held Friday, Nov. 17, at Schaefer- Shipman Funeral Home. A recep- tion followed at Nazarene Church, Marysville. Clifford A. Gaddis Clifford A Gaddis, 75, of Marysville, Wash., died Monday, Nov. 13, 2000, in a local hospital. A memorial service was held Friday, Nov. 17, at Bauer Funeral Chapel, Snohomish. M. James(dim) Gregory M. James (Jim) Gregory, 73, of Mount Vernon, Wash., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2000. He was born May 17, 1927 in Seattle,. Wash. He will be remembered as a person dedicated to the youth of Snohomish County. He refereed football and basketball for many years. He was proud of his coun- try, serving in the Navy both in active service and retiring as a Chief Petty Officer from the Naval Reserves. He retired from the Snohomish County PUD in 1981. He has since been active in his lifetime loves of golf, camping, fishing and woodworking. He is survived by his beloved wife and best friend, Beverly Gregory; son, Blake Gregory and his wife Kathy of Wenatchee; and his son, John Gregory of Arlington; his daughters, Lynne Gregory of Lake Stevens, Carol and Sal Trinidad of Bonnie Lake; and his sisteL Marcia Gregory of Seattle. In addition he leaves his step-daughter, Connie Dulin of Vashon Island; step-sons, Steve Dulin and his wife Chona of Sacramento, Calif. and Terry Dulin of Tacoma; and numerous Jerry E. Phelps Jerry E. Phelps, 65, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2000, at his home. Jerry was born on October 6, 1935 to Ace and Viola Phelps. Jerry was a foundry superinten- dent at Washington Stove Works for many years and a sales repre- sentative of Fire Brick Supply. In 1985, Jerry retired from the foundry industry. Jerry is survived by his long- time friend and partner, Dee Jefferson; his children, Scott and Jodie Phelps of Marysville, Cindy Phelps of Everett, Kris and Phil Edmondson of Everett and their " mother, Doris Jacobs; grandsons, Logan and Colby Phelps; brother, Ace Phelps of Everett; Dee's chil- dren, Gary and Brenda Jefferson, Rick and Brenda Jefferson and Dale Jefferson; grandchildren, Jamie, Tonya, Alyssia, and Michael also survive him. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Ron Wehlin. At Jerry's request, there will not be a funeral service. Cremation arrangements by Purdy & Welters with Cassidy. Charles M. Scott Charles M. Scott, 71, of Everett, passed away peacefully at home Friday, Nov. l 0, 2000. He was born June 5, 1929 in Sandpoint, Idaho, the son of Raymond and VioLet Scott. He married Alma Jean Safford in 1948. Charles enjoyed hunting, golfing and bowling. He is survived by two sons and two daughters, Sandra Young and Richard of Marysville, Rick Scott and Rebecca of Redmond, Rruce Scott and Rhonda of Lake Stevens and Kelly Mueller and Marvin of Lake Stevens; eight grandchildren; two great-grand- children; four brothers and one sister, Merritt A., Clyde L., Richard A., Howard L. Scott and Betty Kester. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alma, in 1996 and one brother, Donald R. Scott. Services were held at 1 p.m., Wednes~tay, Nov. 15 at the Solie Funeral Home Chapel with inter- ment following at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. Memorials are suggested to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Special thanks from the family of Charles to Eka and Mary Jane for their loving support. William Harold Upton William Harold Upton, 92, of Marysville, Wash., died Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2000 in Marysville. William was born December 25, 1907 in St. Paul, Minn., to Norman and Beatrice (Bluck) Upton. He leaves two sons, John Upton and James Upton, both of Marysville. William was preceded in death by his wife Margaret on June 13, 1999. A private burial was held at Marysville Cemetery. Arrangements under the direction of Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville. Have Fun! See the Arts & Leisure section of this Newspaper for fun things to do. Did you know that heakhier building options available in Built GreenTM homes can reduce the risk of asthma attacks and other indoor air-related complaints? M0stet Builders Associ0ti0n of King 0nd Snoh0mish Counties 1-800-522-2209 Built GreenTM provides over 250 ways for you and ),our builder to develop a high-performance, environ- mentally friendly home. The actual health benefits you receive will depend on the options selected. Program developed in partnership with I~ng County. Snohomish County, and Fanny Mae. Ill Wednesday, IN MEMORIAM In Memory of Nick Wilson has been gone 23 years November 20, 1977. You are not forgotten, loved one, nor will you ever be as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore as time goes by, we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face, no one can fill your vacant place. Sadly missed by, Mom and Dad, Mike and Renee, Steve and Coni, and Angle and Stefanie. I've watching over me, Although I I wish you could The birth of my son, named after you. Alec Nicholas he's your great His eyes that twinkle, His smile so bright His laugh -- a gift from you, right? Pictures and plaques Thoughts and A wall dedicated to all the things you do. This is just my From your niece who But still misses you so. Sunday, Oct. 8: A girl was born to Kary Harvey and Asa Lake Stevens. Wednesday, Nov. 8: A boy was born to Amy and A girl was born to Anita and Duane Borge] Thursday, Nov. 9: A girl was born to A girl was born to Maggie A boy was born to Erin and Haidar Friday, Nov. 10: A girl was born to Deanna and John ] Saturday, Nov. II: A girl was born to Jessica and Bill Schuernmn of Sunday, Nov. 12: A girl was born to t A boy was born to Tera and Jeff 1 SCHAEFER-SHIPMAN FUNERAl "A Tradition of Caring Since Complete Advance Planning Burial and Cremation After Care Support 804 STATE AVENUE * MARYSVILLE, FREE Continental Breakfast FREE In Room Coffee FREE Showtime &- Local 235 Beech (1 block east of I-5, Exit Marysville Towne C M-F 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Hours extended as long as line exists Close 5 p.m. Large selection of Photo Packages to choose from. Children photos (all ages) Family photos (Mom & Dad wel- come) Pet Photos (must be clean) artta lrr v, Births, Engagements, Anniversaries, Weddings, or Birthdays... 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