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Community Mourns The Loss Of Philip Dan Adams

A Celebration of Live and Homegoing service was held for Philip Adams on Saturday, Oct. 2. He went home to heaven peacefully at his Seattle residence with his immediate family and companion dog by his side.

In Memory Of Deborah (Savannah) Smith

We are sad to announce the passing Deborah.

Thank You From The Family Of Johnnie A. Butler

The Butler/Williams Families would like to thank everyone for their prayers, phone calls, food and support during the loss of our dear mother. Johnnie fought a good fight. She survived breast cancer, and finally succumbed to lung cancer.

Oldest Washington Resident, Ruth Apilado, Passes At 113

Ruth Moselle Mays Apilado was the oldest Washington State resident, the oldest known living Chicagoan, and the Gerontology Research Group listed her as the 10th oldest United States “supercentenarian.” In addition, she was known to be the oldest living Civil Rights advocate before she passed away on August 15, 2021.

Celebrating The Life Of Nathaniel H. Stirgus

Nathaniel H. Stirgus, at the age of 90, passed away at Tacoma General Hospital on August 29, 2021.

In Loving Memory Of Tralana Renee Basurto

Basurto showed tremendous strength in battling her illness over the past three years. Despite how much her physical body was fighting against her, she continued to exude spiritual strength. Never giving up, never allowing the difficulties to get in her way, and always pushing forward. She continued to tackle every obstacle until the battle with illness became too much for her frail body.

In Loving Memory Of Albertha McCray

Deaconess, Mother, Albertha McCray was called home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, August 23, 2021. She passed away peacefully. Mother Albertha McCray was a faithful member of Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church for over 60 years.

In Loving Memory Of Joyce Levias-Edmondson

The family asks for time to grieve this tremendous loss. Memorial arrangements are being finalized and we will share more information in that regard soon. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. She fought a good fight and she won the race.

In Loving Memory Of Elleree Harrison

Elleree Harrison peacefully departed August 23, 2021 at 9:40 am. She leaves behind siblings, family members, children, grandchildren, church family, and a host of friends. Our eyes are moistened by memories overflowing in our hearts from all the times remembered. Her laughter and joyful spirit will forever reign in an ocean of precious moments shared.

In Loving Memory Of Hazel Ann Smith Stroy

Over the years, Stroy was employed at Seattle Sandpoint Naval Station, Seattle Public Library, King County Metro Transit, Seattle Times, Seattle Police Department and numerous other agencies.

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