Obituaries

BARBARA ANN McGLOTHERN

Born January 26, 1933, in Michigan to David Hazlett and Dorothy (Ritchie) Hazlett. Passed peacefully July 20, 2020. Raised in Omak and graduated with the Omak High School Class of 1951. Attended Western Washington University where she met Richard McGlothern and wed in 1953. 

Dolores “Yvonne” (Willson) Miller Long

Yvonne Miller Long, Seattle, WA passed away peacefully in her sleep July 19, 2020 at the age of 84.  Words cannot express what she meant to her family and all who knew her.

Dorothy Katherine (Webb) Wicklund

A lifelong Seattleite, Dorothy passed away peacefully at home on July 14, 2019 at 93. She was born at Seattle’s Providence Hospital, graduated from West Seattle High School in 1944, married Carl in 1950, and raised three children.

Richard C. Alger

Richard C. Alger, known to most by “Rick,” passed away June 26, 2020 at the age of 76, with his family by his side.  He was a long-time resident of West Seattle, and was the son of Frank Alger, the original owner of Spud Fish and Chips.

Charles Francis Vercammen

Charles Francis Vercammen was born in Butte, Montana on April 10, 1934 to Minette and Leopold Vercammen, Sr.  His brother Lee preceded him in death. Chuck is survived by Sue, his wife of over 61 years, and three children, Miki, Mark, and Matthew Vercammen.

Norene (Buchanan) Reich

Norene Reich passed away peacefully at the age of 95 on June 2, 2020 at her West Seattle home at The Kenney.  A devoted and loving daughter, aunt, mother, and grandmother, Norene was beloved by all who knew her.

Robert Fenton Geary

Born in Wilks-Barre, Pennsylvania on August 17, 1929, Robert F. Geary passed away on April 9,
2020 after a brave and valiant battle with Cardiac and Pulmonary illnesses.

Lowell (“Butch”) Albert Mullins

Butch passed away on May 12, 2020. He was born in Detroit, MI to James and Anne Mullins.  He is survived by his loving partner Barb, his mother, and by three younger brothers: James, Floyd, and John, and four sisters: Barbara, Nora, Frances, and Evelyn.  He graduated from Evergreen High School in

Elva May Kuch

Elva May Kuch passed away on April 27, 2020 at 7:30am.

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