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Dale Eugene Gillespie, passed away on Monday, May 22, 2017 at his home in Bremerton, Washington. Services are pending. Arrangements entrusted to Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Mary Madelyn Simpson Parker, passed away on Sunday, May 14, 2017 at Island Health and Rehabilitation on Bainbridge Island, Washington. She was born on February 20, 1942 and was 74 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Tord H. Vestman, passed away on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at The Messenger House on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on April 10, 1930 and was 87 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Sybil Loraine Wylie, passed away on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton, Washington. She was born on December 24, 1925 and was 91 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Donald W. Pattsner, passed away on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at his home on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on May 20, 1948 and was 68 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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James Byron Holcomb, passed away on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at his residence on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on October 7, 1934 and was 83 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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William Edward Powell, 62, passed peacefully on April 29, 2017 at his home at a favorite area next to the campfire.

Will learned at a young age with his Mom, to love camping and fishing. He was a Boy Scout for many years. As an adult, he always left a camp area in better condition then he some times found it. What his brother called to "Billyize" a camp. He graduated from South Kitsap High School in 1972.

Will joined the army and served six years reaching a rank of Sgt. He was trained for deep sea diving. With various jobs, he best liked driving. Long haul, Kitsap Transit and school bus.

He met the love of his life when he started driving for North Kitsap Transportation. They married in 1995. Will was manager in a music store also. Will retired. He loved football, music and became quite a chef.

He is survived by his wife, Karen, his parents, Bill and Ruth, a sister, brothers; Roger, Russ (Carrie), son Dave (Shawna) and daughter Lynn. He also leaves behind his grandchildren; Hiatt and MacKenzie, niece Rebecca (Mike) and his nephews Alex, Hunter and Owen.

A private service will be held. Arrangements entrusted to Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Aries James Perez, (Baby) passed away on Friday, April 21, 2017 at The Naval Hospital in Bremerton, Washington. He was born on April 21, 2017. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Carolyn B. Cockle, passed away on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at The Messenger House on Bainbridge Island, Washington. She was born on February 21, 1944 and was 73 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Victor Salvatore Schiavone III, 40, of Poulsbo, died unexpectedly on April 18, 2017.

Vic was a big-hearted person with an even bigger smile that could light up any room. His larger than life personality, coupled with his intelligence and sharp wit, meant he often had everyone in his presence laughing. Everyone has a favorite memory of Vic – and probably many favorite memories of him – because time with Vic was guaranteed to be entertaining and fun.

The deep love Vic had for his wife and children was evident to anyone who saw their family together. He was a devoted, loving and affectionate father to his 7-year-old daughter, Kylie, and his 3-year-old son, Cody. He cherished his time with them and they were the center of his world. Kylie and Cody adored their Daddy.

Vic was a loving son to his parents, Kathy and Vic Sr., and a caring older brother to his younger sisters, Kim and Lori. Vic was proud of his large extended family on both the east and west coasts and often spoke fondly of his days growing up in Connecticut. He valued his friendships and was a loyal and kind friend. His many nieces and nephews loved playtime with Uncle Vic and he would wrestle with them until they were all exhausted from laughter. He donated his time to help coach his daughter's basketball team and generously helped out family and friends whenever and however they needed support.

In high school at North Kitsap, Vic met the love of his life, Sarah. Vic and Sarah were together for 23 years as best friends and partners in life. They prioritized spending time with each other and had the kind of steadfast relationship that was truly special. After 10 years of owning a small business in Silverdale and working with each other every day, Vic and Sarah decided to make the sacrifice to go back to school in the same pharmacy program to create the best possible life for their family. Vic excelled at pharmacy school. He was at the top of his class and had been inducted into Rho Chi, an academic honor society for pharmacy students. Vic had one year left before receiving his doctorate of pharmacy.

Vic was a 1995 graduate of North Kitsap High School, where he was a varsity basketball player and track and field star athlete, holding the school high jump record for 18 years. In 2002, he graduated from Western Washington University with a bachelor's degree in plastic engineering.

A funeral will be held Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 11 a.m. at the LDS church in Poulsbo, 2138 NE Mesford St. In lieu of flowers, to help support Vic's wife and young children during this painful time, a gofundme page has been created in his memory: Please sign the online guest book for the family.

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Marylou  Kostal, passed away on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at her home on Bainbridge Island, Washington. She was born on October 22, 1929 and was 87 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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James Lee Schoettler, Jim, passed to be with his Savior, Jesus Christ on April 12, 2017.

He was born in Salem, Oregon on November 14, 1931 to Ruth Sadd Schoettler and LeRoy James Schoettler. Following the death of his father in 1944, Jim and his mother and sister, Shirley, moved to Tacoma to live with family. He attended Stadium High School and later graduated from College of Puget Sound (now University of Puget Sound) in 1954.

Jim married his high school sweetheart, Lois Jean Secreto on November 22, 1952 in Tacoma and together they raised three children: Stephen, John and Carolyn. Jim and Lois moved from their Lakewood home to Suquamish in 1986 where Jim opened and managed the Poulsbo Albertsons grocery store. He retired after 35 years from Albertsons in 1993. Jim was very active in his community. His philanthropic work included leadership roles spanning several decades with the Poulsbo Lions Club and First Lutheran Church. In 1992, Jim was named Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce’s Person of the Year.

Jim (affectionately known as Papa) was devoted to his children and grandchildren. He especially enjoyed attending their many sports activities and taking them fishing. In addition to Jim’s dedication to his family, community, and church, Jim loved to travel, planning many trips with Lois, to Hawaii and Europe over the years. After 57 years of marriage, Lois passed away in 2010 and Jim continued to reside in their Suquamish home with his beloved Labrador, while diligently serving his community for the rest of his life.

Jim leaves behind a loving family, his three children Stephen, John, Carolyn, their spouses and grandchildren Sarah Schoettler Overmyer, Erin Eley Maggard, David Schoettler, Julie Schoettler Carnahan, Zachary Eley and Michael Schoettler.

A memorial service for Jim will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 2:00 pm at the First Lutheran Church, 18920 4th Avenue NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to First Lutheran Church, Poulsbo Lions Club or North Kitsap Fishline. Arrangements entrusted to Cook Family Funeral Home. Please sign the online guest book for the family.

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Raymond  Chang, the Halford R. Clark Professor of Natural Sciences, emeritus, died last week on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on March 6, 1939 and was 78 years of age.

Raymond lived under the shadow of war for most of his childhood. Following the Japanese invasion of China in 1937, his parents, along with their eight children, moved from Shanghai to the relative safety of Hong Kong, then a British Crown Colony. Raymond was born there in 1939. When Japanese troops entered Hong Kong in late 1941, the family returned to Shanghai, where they lived through Japanese occupation and liberation by Allied troops. The civil war that followed and the founding of the People’s Republic of China caused the family to flee again-- back to Hong Kong.

At age 16, Raymond traveled by himself to London, following an older sister. After a preparatory course in English, he entered Woolwich Polytechnic College at the University of London to study chemistry. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1962 with First Class Honors and sailed to America aboard The Queen Mary to begin graduate studies at Yale, where he received both his master’s and Ph.D. He completed his postdoctoral research at Washington University in St. Louis, and spent one year teaching at Hunter College before coming to Williams in 1968 on what was supposed to be a three-year limited appointment.

As the only faculty member from China at the time, Raymond often went outside of his field to explain Chinese culture and language to curious students. For several years he taught a popular Winter Study course, a one-month introduction to Chinese language and calligraphy. When he tried to gather background materials for his course, he found no book on the Chinese language that was written for the general reader. He and his wife Margaret, a librarian and writer who taught children’s literature at MCLA, then wrote a popular introduction to the Chinese language, Speaking of Chinese. Raymond drew on his boyhood experiences to select the proverbs, describe Chinese grammar, and write the calligraphy used in the text.

Raymond was known by several generations of students as an outstanding teacher. They loved him for his clear, concise delivery that made it as easy as possible to grasp even the most complex and arcane elements of thermodynamics. His classes were invariably peppered with gently humorous stories, and no joke was too corny to tell or failed to capture his delighted laughter. He was a master of performing classroom demonstrations and was known for inventing several that are still favorites in the Chemistry Department.

He was also a warm and approachable teacher in person, and his consummate skill and flair as a science educator meant that his impact on the training of new members of the chemistry faculty was particularly important. At least six current members of the department credit him with having provided essential mentoring at some point in their development as teachers. For some, this meant learning the inner workings of planning a lecture on a dense and abstract mathematical topic, although these sessions often initially induced terror when the beginner realized Raymond conducted these masterful classes with his notes on a few 3x5 cards or the odd Post-It note. For others, Raymond might offer advice about handling a challenging classroom situation or about how to productively absorb and apply disappointing criticism to become a more positive and adaptable instructor. And for every one of these colleagues, even after he retired and the professional mentoring was offered over the telephone, Raymond remained an unquenchable source of enthusiasm for the beauty of scientific ideas, the power of experimental surprises, and the deep satisfaction that comes from sharing these with young minds.

Raymond also taught countless students and chemistry teachers beyond Williams through his many textbooks. A prolific author, he produced chemistry textbooks for nearly 50 years, throughout his career at Williams and then during his retirement as professor emeritus. Among the many textbooks he authored, his widely used general chemistry textbook, first published in 1976 and now in its 12th edition, set the standard for general chemistry textbooks around the world. Simply referred to as “Chang” among the chemistry community, his text was translated into eight languages. He wrote textbooks on spectroscopy, physical chemistry, and industrial chemistry, as well.

He also drew from his childhood experiences and co-authored children’s books with Margaret. He is best remembered for In the Eye of War, a novel for children about a Chinese family living in occupied Shanghai. Also with his wife, he created the texts for several picture books based on traditional Chinese tales, among them The Cricket Warrior: A Chinese Tale and The Beggar's Magic: A Chinese Tale.

In addition to his wife of 49 years, Margaret, he is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Chang and her husband, Peter Stiepleman of Columbia, Mo.; his grandsons, Isaac, Ezra, and Jacob; a sister, Rita Wong of Upland, Calif.; and many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews living on both sides of the Pacific Rim.

Our thoughts are with Raymond’s family and many friends.


Adam Falk

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Aurel G. Lungu, passed away on Monday, April 10, 2017 at his residence on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on March 10, 2017 and was 84 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Robert Leigh Burger, passed away on Friday, April 7, 2017 at The Wyatt House on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He was born on October 26, 1929 and was 87 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Jessica Lynn Santos, passed away on ​Friday, April ​7, 2017 in Suquamish, Washington. She was born on February 25, 1994 and was 23 years of age.​

Jessica (Jess) was a giving person who loved her family and friends. She will be remembered for her funny, bubbly, goofy personality. The bonds she forged with those around her were like no other, and the faith and confidence she had in people created loving relationships. Jess loved to dance, sing, color and help others. She was a very beautiful soul on the inside and out. Jess supported all aspects of her culture, especially youth programs.

She is survived by her parents Gloria (Adam), Robert and her siblings; Veronica (Benjamin), Daniel, Denita (Joseph), Erica, Nathan and grandmother's Charlotte and Linda. Jessica also leaves behind many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. She was preceded in death by her grandfather Robert Cardiel, great-grandparents; Delphina and Luis Hurtado and Louie Morago, James Henry Sr. and Alice Henry.

Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Service on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at ​11 AM at ​The House of Awakened Culture in Suquamish, Washington. Interment will take place in the Suquamish Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in her memory to the Suquamish Tribe North American Indigenous Games Fund. Please sign the online guest book for the family​. Arrangements entrusted to Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Kaye Frances (Klopfenstein) McKerchar, age 87, passed away on April 5th, 2017 in Poulsbo, Washington joining her beloved husband Walt in heaven.

Kaye was born on October 27, 1929 in Tacoma, Washington. She was the third of four children born to Catherine and Frederick Klopfenstein.

In Tacoma, she attended local schools, including Annie Wright Seminary, and graduated from Stadium High School. She went on to attend several colleges, including Stephens College in Missouri, University of Puget Sound, and in 1955 graduated from Western Washington College (now University) with an Education Degree. It was at University of Puget Sound that she met and married John Jennings in 1951. They had one child, Patrick “Rick” Jennings in June 1952.

After returning to college and completing her degree in 1955, Kaye taught for over twenty years in the Highline School District. During this time, she met and married Dave Jennings, who was the primary paternal person for Rick.

In 1975, Kaye took a sabbatical from teaching to obtain her Master’s in Education. During that time, she met Walter McKerchar in Burien, where they were married in 1977. Shortly after, the couple moved to Poulsbo. There they built two houses that each had great views of Hood Canal. Frequently they would see a submarine passing by.
As Walt spent time in the electromagnetic business, he and Kaye did much traveling, both in and out of the country. Kaye had many great memories of the places they visited and people they met.

In addition to spending time traveling, Kaye was greatly involved in helping people in the North Kitsap community. She was very proud that she could help those less fortunate through her involvement in organizations such as North Kitsap Fishline, Central Kitsap Foodbank, and Cancer Society Shop in Silverdale. She was also dedicated to helping people through her church by setting up thrift shops and helping a refugee family get established.

Faith was very important to Kaye. In addition to being a regular attender and involved at St. Antony’s, she started Bible studies at her home. This Bible Study continued to meet faithfully when Kaye moved into assisted living.
One of Kaye’s greatest loves was gardening. She constantly worked on making beautiful yards and gardens whenever she could.

Kaye was preceded in death by both of her parents and her sister Elizabeth (Bettie) Fitterer. Her brother, Mac Klopfenstein, died during World War II while piloting an aircraft. She is survived by her sister Karen (Michael) Gee of Cle Elum, WA. and her son and daughter-in-law, Rick and Judy Jennings of Richland, WA. Kaye has two grandchildren and five great grandchildren, along with many loving nieces and nephews.
Kaye’s family is especially grateful for the wonderful friends who visited her. The family also appreciated the care and attention she received at Martha and Mary in Poulsbo.

There will be a celebration of her life on Sunday, May 21st,2017 starting at 4:00 pm at St. Antony of Egypt Episcopal Church in Silverdale, WA. Memorials can be sent to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center at PO Box 19024 Seattle, WA 98109.
Arrangements are under care of Cook Family Funeral Home on Bainbridge Island.

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James B. Pasnick, passed away on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at his home in Seattle, Washington. He was born on May 18, 1964 and was 52 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Irving Dibble Smith Jr, former Bainbridge Island resident/entrepreneur/father & friend passed on recently on Friday, March 31, 2017 at the age of 93 - following his wife DONNA LEE SMITH, who preceded him on August 21, 2016.

He was born on November 4, 1923 to Irving D., Smith Sr. & Ruth Homan Smith in Seattle, Washington and was the grandson of King County Superior Court Judge E. Everett Smith, a member of one of Seattle's pioneer families.

During the Great Depression, Irv lived on Wing Point with his sister Ellen & parents. Those memorable days as a young boy inspired him later, with wife Donna to return to Bainbridge in 1963, making the Island their permanent home & work place, graduating their 4 children - Cyndy, Larry, Sue & Libby from Bainbridge High School (BHS) - all of whom still share ties with the Island.

Irv served in WWII as an Army Pilot over Britain, then married Donna Lee Luckenbach (1926-2016) shortly thereafter. They were married, inseparable for over 65 years.

Remembered on Bainbridge for their devotion to family, education, PTA Sukiyaki Dinners, community, friends, tennis, and Island Lumber, together they also enjoyed a successful professional partnership: Irv developed the Ne-Si-Ka Bay Residential Waterfront Community, Poulsbo in the late 1970's, while Donna (a Realtor® with Deschamps Realty) listed & sold these same Ne-si-ka Bay homes - well into 1991, at the time of her retirement.

During their later years, travel & golf took them south to Arizona until 2013, when they returned to the Pacific Northwest to rejoin the family one last time. Irv & Donna are survived by their 4 adult children, 7 adult grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.

Their memories are cherished every day.

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Thomas  MacVane, Veteran, passed into the arms of our Lord March 31, 2017 at home surrounded by loved ones. Born Thomas Stanley MacVane to Henry  and Eva Clarke MacVane on June 20, 1930 in Portland, Maine, he was predeceased by his beloved wife of 57 years, Charlotte Sears MacVane; his parents; and brother, Ritchie. He is survived by brother, Donny and his family; children, Ellen (Ron Arbour), Susan (Vince Armstrong), Todd, Jay (Heather), Beth (Mike Brundige); grandchildren, Kyle (Michelle), Scott, Grace (Alex), Dane, Lance, Ty, Troy, Cole, Emma, Cara, Daphne; great-grandson, Liam; and loving friend and companion, Lillian Murphy.

Growing up on Long Island, Maine, where their mother was the schoolteacher, Tom and his brothers learned the family trade from their father a lobsterman and owner of an ice delivery business. A Portland High graduate, he earned a BS from Maine Maritime Academy in 1952.  In the summer of 1953, Tom met the love of his life Charlotte, a kindergarten teacher from Boston who was vacationing on Long Island. They married six months later and together they adventured across the country raising their children (who hit the parent lottery!).

After serving in the U.S. Navy, the majority of his career was spent with subsidiaries of Union Carbide including Linde in Southern California, Domsea Aquaculture on Bainbridge Island and London Chemical in Chicago.  He retired in 1990 as president of KTI Chemical in Sunnyvale California.

Happily retired, Tom and Charlotte built the "Charley J,” his dream commercial tuna fishing boat. They went on to enjoy several years of summers fishing from their cottage in Maine and winters spent on Bainbridge Island with children and grandchildren always on the scene.

Those fortunate to know him would likely agree that Tom could best be described as a people person. He loved to visit, talk and laugh always showing a genuine interest in others. He reveled in meeting new people, helping family and friends, telling stories, solving problems, fishing, building, fixing, gardening, taking drives, playing poker and Scrabble.  With a “get her done” drive, Tom was always anxious to start a project and see it through to sometimes mixed results. His family often joked about his mantra “Not all jobs worth doing are worth doing well”!  Truly a loving, generous and dependable husband, father and friend the impact of his life will continue to ripple. Through all life’s ups and downs, he considered himself a lucky man, blessed by family, friends and the love of God. He is missed already.

A celebration of Tom’s life will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017, 2 p.m. at Bainbridge First Baptist Church, 8810 Madison Avenue NE, Bainbridge Island.

The family gratefully acknowledges his friend and Pastor Dan Wymer.

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Larrie S. Schmidt, passed away on Thursday, March 30 , 2017 at Island Health and Rehabilitation on Bainbridge Island, Washington. She was born on June 25, 1944 and was 72 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Mary Shirley Barnett, died peacefully on March 28, 2017 in Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA.

Shirley was born in Pittsfield, Maine to Ernest and Regina Shirley on November 4, 1926. She graduated from Higgins Classical Institute in Charleston, Maine and also graduated from The New England Hospital for Women and Children as a registered nurse in Boston, Massachusetts.

She married Webster Gesner Barnett on September 10,1949. They have four children: Andrew, Stephen, Rebecca Barnett Campbell and Elizabeth Barnett; Five grand children and two great grandchildren.

Mary welcomed each individual with a warm and gracious heart, always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. She served her church family and community through volunteer efforts. Mary had a zest for travel and was fortunate to see many ports of call. Her passion for water led to many memorable beach adventures.

“The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too inpatient, one should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach waiting for a gift from the sea”
~~~Anne Morrow Lindbergh

In honor of Mary Barnett donations can be made to:
Virginia Mason Foundation / Dr Picozzi/ Pancreatic Cancer Research
PO BOX 1930
Seattle, WA 98111

Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Memorial Service on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 1:00 PM at Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Interment will take place at the church cemetery.
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Craig Truth Anthony Griffeth, 47, passed away unexpectedly on March 28, 2017, following a long and courageous struggle with addiction.

Truth, known as “Tony” as a child, was born on April 25, 1969 in Los Angeles, California and grew up primarily in Seattle and Anchorage, sprinkled with months living overseas with his family in Avignon, France, and Krakow, Poland.

Truth battled his way back from a period of addiction early in his life to earn his GED, an Associate’s degree from North Seattle Community College, a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He devoted his career and his personal life to helping others struggling with the insidious, deadly disease of addiction. Truth’s quest for knowledge of both self and the Universe led him into many adventures – in books, travel and human connection. Truth was unfailingly generous with his hard-earned knowledge, love, spirit and time.

The light and loves of Truth’s life were, and will forever be, his three children, Maile (13) of Atlanta, Georgia, and Malia (12) and Malakai (9) of Suquamish, Washington. Truth’s best self was never more evident than when he was able to spend time with his kids and watch their special talents blossom and grow.

Truth is survived by his children; Deanna Romero, dear friend, ex-wife and mother of Malia, Malakai and Truth’s stepsons Max, Marc and Manny; dear friend and Maile’s mother, Aisha Williams; his sisters, Kim Romo of...

Please spread the word that addiction is a disease, it is a nightmare for the addict and all who love them. Please show support not condemnation.
There will be a celebration of Truth’s life held at a later date.

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Vivian A. Golding, passed away on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at The Caring Place Adult Family Home in Bremerton, Washington. She was born on November 4, 1930 and was 86 years of age. Arrangements are pending through Cook Family Funeral Home.

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Ruth  Nagy, passed away on Monday, March 27, 2017 at her residence in Poulsbo, Washington. She was born on September 19, 1924 and was 93 years of age. The Mass of Christian Burial is pending at St. Olaf Catholic Church in Poulsbo, Washington and will be updated on the funeral home website. Arrangements entrusted to Cook Family Funeral Home.

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