• Seattle

    Bradford, Betty

    Betty Bradford Betty, long time resident of Sammamish, passed away on February 26, 2020 at the age of 94. Preceded in death by husband Ken…

  • Seattle

    Gerber, Cindy Lee

    Cindy Lee Gerber Cindy was born 4/24/60 in Seattle, WA & passed away unexpectedly 7/30/19 in Lynnwood, WA. Cindy graduated from Sammamish High…

  • Lacey

    Clarence A. “Al” Borley

    Clarence A. “Al” Borley, age 94, died July 9 at 10:30 p.m.  Al was born on July 17, 1924, in Williston, ND. He spent his early years in Medicine Lake, MT, and graduated from Yakima High School, Yakima, WA, in 1942.  On February 28th, 1945, Al married Lenora Benson of Yakima. Al joined the US Navy immediately after graduating high school. He trained as a fighter pilot, and remained on active duty for the next 26 years.  He became an “ace” during World War II and received numerous awards and decorations for his service.  After retiring from the Navy, the Borley family moved to Olympia. He began working for the Department…

  • Kirkland

    John D. Neary

    John D. Neary, of Issaquah WA, passed away on March 31, 2019 at 87 years of age.  Born May 3, 1931 in Mankato, MN to Everad and Ella Neary.   John was a 1949 graduate of Loyola High School.  He spent four years in the Air Force during the Korean War as an Air Traffic Controller spending three years of that time at Rhein Main Air Force Base which was a t the time the air traffic control facility for both military and civil operations at Frankfurt, Germany.  He received and honorable discharge in 1954 with the rank of Technical Sergeant.  He graduated from Parks College of Aeronautical Technology, St. Louis…

  • Kirkland

    Allison Dana Hanson

    Allison Hanson Allison “Alli” Dana Hanson, 43 years of age, of Sammamish Washington, passed away on New Year’s day 2019. Alli was born on July 17, 1975 in Aberdeen, Washington to James and JoAnn (Melhoff) Ray.  During Alli’s Elementary school years the family lived in Yakima, Washington but moved to Vancouver, Washington where she graduated from Columbia River High School. Four years later she graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Environmental Studies creating the building block for her career. Allison worked in the environmental field starting with Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). She worked on the state’s biggest transportation projects as the Environmental Services Director for…

  • Seattle

    Prokop, Tyrus John

    Tyrus John Prokop Tyrus John Prokop, age 25, passed away on Thursday, December 20, 2018 in Sammamish, Washington. He was born on January 22, 1993….

  • Kirkland

    Tyrus John Prokop

    Tyrus John Prokop Tyrus John Prokop, age 25, passed away on Thursday, December 20th in Sammamish, Washington.  He was born on January 22nd, 1993 to Nichol and David Prokop in Bellevue, WA. Ty had recently moved to Idaho with his mother, but his true home was Sammamish, Washington.  Ty played soccer, baseball, Airsoft combat and loved BMX biking. More recently he enjoyed working on cars, gaming with Anthony and his beast of a cat, Koga. He is survived by his brother Marcus (13), sister Spencer (28), mother Nichol, stepmother Galina and father David; cousins Jennifer Rogers (Les, Aurora & Gloria), Nick and Emily Springer; aunts/uncles Cindy and Susan Prokop, David…

  • Washington Death Notices

    Eloise Stendal

    Eloise Marith (Ingman) Stendal passed away peacefully on Friday, October 26, 2018.  She was born in Mount Vernon, WA on February 9, 1929, the only daughter of John C. and Ethel Marith Ingman.  Her parents and her three brothers, Ken, Win, and Dave Ingman are deceased. She graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1946, Mount Vernon Junior College in 1948, and Western Washington University in 1952, where she also earned an M.A. Degree in Early Childhood Education in 1971. Eloise embraced teaching as a calling and found young children fascinating.  She served as a teacher for 28 years in Bellingham, Burlington, and Sedro-Woolley, WA, as well as in Butzbach,…

  • Kirkland

    Patricia Mildred Athanas

    Patricia Athanas Winston Churchill once said:  “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Patricia Athanas was a wife, a mother, a sister, an aunt, a grandmother, and a banker. In all of these roles, she gave everything she had. Patricia, also known affectionately as Satsy, was born in Chicago on January 4th, 1933 and raised in Wilmette, IL. She died peacefully, Wednesday, September 13th, 2017.  She is survived by her four children, Alisa (Bruce) Lundeen, Lauren (Mark) Root, Jeff Athanas and Sherie (Ramiro) Valderrama; her special sister, Donna Porter; 8 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She…

  • Kirkland

    Timothy Carl Mickelson

    Timothy Carl Mickelson Life held many paths for Timothy Carl Mickelson. However, they all converged and came to a final end on Wednesday, August 30th  at the age of 68. Tim lived to challenge himself, set his goals high and achieved at the upper most level in all he did. Yet ALS ultimately ended his pursuits. In the small farming community of Deerfield, Wisconsin, Tim started his life. He was a top-notch student and an industrious boy as he and his sister, Peggy, worked from a young age in their family’s grocery store on main street. It was here that Tim developed his strong work ethic, realized the meaning of…

  • Ellensburg

    Sonstegaard, Ted

    Ted Sonstegaard lost his 2 year battle with pancreatic cancer on May 5, 2017. Ted was born in Seattle on August 1, 1945. He grew up in Bellevue, the son of Edwin and Thelma Sonstegaard, graduating from Sammamish High School… www.dailyrecordnews.com – RSS Results in obituaries of type article

  • Kirkland

    Kristina Bosworth Robbs

    Kristina Bosworth Robbs Kristina Bosworth Robbs died March 11, 2017 on Mercer Island, WA after a long battle with a rare form of adrenal cortical cancer. Kris was “one in a million,” beloved for her energy, generosity, compassion, and humor. The 67-year-old grandmother, premier realtor, world traveler, philanthropist, and friend to all she met, was born in Chicago, IL on February 21, 1950 to Robert and Janet Bosworth. She initially grew up in Milwaukee, WI, then moved to Buffalo, NY, where she took ballet and ice skated on the frozen swimming pool in her backyard. She moved to Atlanta, GA as a young teenager, graduating from North Springs HS in…

  • Kirkland

    Karen Renee Rice

    Karen Renee Rice was born April 29, the day of the Seattle Earthquake of ’65 @ Swedish Hospital in Seattle, WA. She passed away on September 16, 2016 in Tukwila, WA.   Her survivors include Joanne R. Rice (mother), Alan B. Rice (father), Anthony E. Zanders (son), Brandon D. Zanders (son) and David R. Rives (uncle).   Karen grew up on Mercer Island and Bellevue, WA & graduated from Interlake High School, Class of ’83. A few years later she attended Griffith Business College in Bellevue, WA.   Karen always loved music and at one time was fortunate enough to belong to the Mercer Island Children’s Choir. Her choir was honored…

  • Sedro Woolley

    William R. “BILL” Stendal

    William R. “BILL” Stendal passed away two weeks after his 89th birthday on February 22, 2017, due to complications of dementia.  He was born on February 8, 1928 at the Stendal home on Ferry Street in Sedro-Woolley, the third son of P. A. “Puss” and Mildred (Hegg) Stendal.  They were remarkable parents who opened their home to any and all, including their neighborhood children where their playground allowed them to produce fantastic circuses and parades.  Bill had an idyllic childhood! Bill graduated from Sedro-Woolley High School in 1946, served in the regular U.S. Army in Korea where he earned the distinction of receiving his Sargent’s rank in less than one…

  • Kirkland

    Thomas Robert Thomas

    Thomas Robert Thomas passed away peacefully on 12/2/2016 surrounded by family. He bravely fought esophageal cancer for 2-1/2 years.   He was born on 2/12/1946 in Peoria, IL.  His family moved to Denver when he was 6 years old, where they lived for 11 years before moving to Bellevue, WA.  As a boy he spent many summer vacations at the family farm in Brazil, Indiana where he and his father, brothers, and cousin enjoyed hunting squirrel. He had a paper route in middle school  and worked at a seafood restaurant while in high school in Denver. He played center on the football team for East High School that took the state championship in his junior year.…

  • Kirkland

    Joan Coart Gorow

    Joan Coart Gorow passed away October 22nd in her Issaquah home surrounded by her loving family.  She was born July 29, 1937 in Seattle, WA.  Joan was a remarkable woman who fought Multiple Sclerosis since 1964.  She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease about 11 years ago, and successfully beat breast cancer; being cancer free for 10 years.  Even with these terrible diseases she never complained, and remained a tower of strength to her family and friends. Joan was a 1959 graduate of Washington State College, and a proud member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, serving one year as president.  Over the years, the relationship she had with her sorority sisters…

  • Kirkland

    Philip LaMar Carter

    With heavy hearts but feeling blessed by his life, we announce that our husband, brother, father and grandfather Philip LaMar Carter passed away at his home in Kirkland as the sun was setting on the summer solstice, June 20, 2016.  Phil was born in Bend, Oregon on September 19, 1941. After living in multiple places as a boy with his father Hal, mother Jan and sister Arlene (including Chicago and Cleveland), the Carters landed in Bothell in 1955.  Phil attended Bothell high school, where he was the captain of the football team and homecoming king.  He met his wife Katie during their freshman years in 1955.  To the “surprise” of…

  • Shelton

    Phyllis Elaine Ahlf

    Phyllis Elaine (Meyer) Ahlf of Shelton, a 42 year resident of the area passed away January 24 in Olympia. She was born January 6, 1938 in Spokane, WA to Catherine (Wheeler) and William Meyer. She graduated from Reardan High School in 1956, and from Washington State University in 1960 with a BA in Education. She married Ronald L. Ahlf on September 13, 1958 in Spokane, WA. She lived overseas in the Marshall Islands with her family for 4 years. She was an elementary school teacher at Evergreen Elementary and Pioneer Elementary. She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church, a PEO member, and an avid WSU Cougar fan who traveled…

  • Tacoma

    Evelyn Kitna

    Evelyn Kitna passed away on Monday February 3rd at Swedish Hospital in Issaquah. She was 93, born March 5, 1920. Her family was with her when she went sweetly. She is survived by her children, Frank Matesa, Georgeanne and Bob Magruder, Martin and Fay Kitna, David Kitna, Duane Kitna and Bryon Stargel; sisters, Regina Musser and Josephine Strom; five grandsons; one granddaughter; ten great-grandsons; and five great-granddaughters. She was deeply loved by Linda Weiss and Wendi Stewart. She is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Luella and Mary; brothers-in-law, John Musser and Don Kellogg; and daughter in law, Susie Matesa. She was a fiercely strong woman that endured many…

  • Kirkland

    Susan L. Tharp

      Susan L. Tharp, beloved wife of Fred O. Tharp, peacefully departed this world January 23rd, surrounded by loved ones. A frequent mover, Susan traveled up the West Coast from California, up through Medford, OR, and finally settling in Sammamish, WA. While in Medford, Susan and her family joyfully operated the Timber Room Café from […] View Full Notice → Susan L. Tharp

  • Oak Harbor

    William McNae

    WILLIAM RAYMOND McNAE William Raymond McNae was born March 18, 1925 in Seattle, to William and Helen (McFeat) McNae. He attended Seattle schools, graduating from Garfield High School in 1943. Upon his graduation, Bill enlisted in the US Navy, and served as a Seabee for three years during World War II. Following his Honorable Discharge in 1946, Bill entered the University of Washington, where he studied Forestry for a time. Bill soon changed his major to Art Education, which he found more suitable to his natural talents. He married Joan Burrows in 1949. After farming for four years in Alberta and being employed as a draftsman for the Boeing Company,…

  • Kitsap County

    Mary M. Roth, 92

    Mary M. Roth of Kirkland Jan. 14, 1921 to Dec. 14, 2013 Mary Roth 92, of Poulsbo/Sammamish, died Dec. 14, 2013. Mary Roth was born Jan… View Full Notice → Mary M. Roth, 92

  • Kirkland

    Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr.

    Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr. passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 24th, 2013 with family at his side.  He was 69.  Born to Thomas and Virginia Cowdin on January 27th, 1944, Tom was the oldest of 7 children.  During his younger years he grew up in Kent and Bellevue Washington where is attended Sammamish High School. […] View Full Notice → Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr.