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Lynn E. Reynolds March 4, 2013 at 11:57 am
I just learned of Art's passing this last Friday March 1. So sorry. Art and i were good friends backRead More in the early 70's. Good memories of camping and fishing together. Good times with the Fire Department District 25, also remember Art senior too. I spent all weekend thinking of great times spent together doing crazy things in our early 20's. Lynn Reynolds
Sean Mc (Miller) December 19, 2012 at 10:49 am
To me, he was Uncle-Bill; the gentle giant with the mustache & the funny way of talking (a kidsRead More pov). Best memory of Uncle-B was one summer afternoon, I was tormenting my younger cousin Bob D. a little too much during our 1-on-1 game of full contact football -- Uncle-B taught me 2 very important life-lessons that day: 1) when thrown at the proper velocity, a football CAN catch the receiver (whether he wants it to, or not)! -&- 2) protect those who are smaller & weaker (especially FAMILY) than you, not because you're told to, but because it's the right thing to do......Family 1st, integrity always! Thanks Sandy, for the history snap-shot; your article will hang right next to my signed copy of Bill's St. Louis Cardinals team photo, in my Man-cave! RIP Uncle-Bill & God Bless the Donckers family. Sean Mc (Miller)
Bill Ferguson December 24, 2012 at 12:48 am
Billy Boy and I played football and lived together for two years at San Diego State. I have manyRead More good memoirs of Bill and I sharing are lives together. My mom and Dad loved having Bill come home with me every sunday for dinner. Bill had a heart for God, family and football which made fast friends. Bill Ferguson
Cavin January 6, 2013 at 05:53 pm
To me he was 3rd cousin for whom I never met heard much about him he will be missed I wish I wouldRead More have met this loving man, father, brother, cousin, above all family member. 
Alicia McFalls September 27, 2012 at 02:31 pm
I worked with Anthony (ALN) years ago. He was a great person! He was always funny and kept workRead More interesting! I would have to agree he had a very kind heart. He helped us move when no one else could or would. I am greatful for the memories we had together. He will be missed by many. I am so sorry it happened this way. My prays go out to his family and friends. ~ALU and KMF will miss you!!
Jenae Faccone September 27, 2012 at 05:17 pm
Hey baby, I know this isn't what you wanted. I know you loved life and everyone around you. YourRead More contagious smile and gorgeous blue eyes will be deeply missed and could never be replaced by any other. You set the bar that no one else can or ever will reach. I am truly blessed to have spent the time that we had together but wish we had more. Everyone always told me how lucky I am to have you and they were right. I always knew it. I miss and love you so much. Love, Jenae, Austin, & Jax
Andrew Petersen September 27, 2012 at 06:27 pm
Jenae, First and foremost i want to express my deepest sympathy to you during this time , myself andRead More Courtney love you and are here for you . Anthony was very lucky to have you and dont ever forget that , everytime we talked it was about real stuff , family, life, golf, seahawks, but everytime he talked about you he lit up . He loved you and always will , please dont forget that. Anthony was a great friend and great man and I am lucky to know the both of you . We may never get answers to such a tragedy but one thing i know for sure , HE LOVED YOU and ALWAYS WILL.
Margaret Santjer September 13, 2012 at 12:26 pm
A celebration of Judge LaSalata's Life will be held at the Clise Mansion at Redmond's Marymoor ParkRead More on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 11:30 a.m. An online guest book is available here: http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Frank-LaSalata&lc=4422&pid=159690595&mid=5229977&locale=en-US
Question Mark August 21, 2012 at 09:40 pm
I hear the depth of Vanessa's grief in the comment that neighbors don't want to get involved, butRead More I'm afraid she's mistaken. Just who does anyone expect would be watching the street--pitch black or brightly lit--at that hour of the morning? I was at the vigil briefly, and I had the opportunity to speak with Minh's sister. To her, her family, and the many friends I wish you peace and for the killer to be brought to justice. Best, --Mark
Richard Bray July 23, 2012 at 02:45 pm
J.P. Patches was a gift to my childhood. In the summer all the kids in the neighborhood would beRead More playing outside from sun up to down sun down. The only time we stopped was to eat meals and watch J.P. Patches to laugh at his antics, learn important life lessons (Mind your parents, say your prayers and share your toys) and see the neat cartoons. When I was older, I remember one time introducing myself at a Univ. of WA evening class and sharing that I grew up watching J.P. Patches. Half the class broke out with the biggest smiles and the other half had puzzled looks. It quickly let me know the longtime locals vs later arrivals. Good bye for now J.P. (Chris Wedes). I'm sure God has a special place in heaven for all the joy you gave others!
Dave Nelson July 23, 2012 at 02:51 pm
I met JP Patches several years ago during a safety fair in Kent. He rode in my ambulance in theRead More front seat for a grand enterance. We talked for 30 minutes before the fair and I will cherish those moments. (I will post photos later tonight). My two boys also met him that day and his interaction with children was always the same comforting and he could make you laugh. His illness never got the best of him with kids around. He will be missed and honored in the best way possible in the following days! He will be honored and remembered everyday with the lives he touched, including the many children he visited at Children's Hospital. Thank you JP, there is no one like you in this world.
David Hackett July 24, 2012 at 03:05 am
We watched from up here in British Columbia in the 70's. He was a part of our growing up.... He gaveRead More me fond memories.
Tammiy Perin February 11, 2013 at 02:41 am
Thank you for the service that you gave both my children when they attended Benson hillRead More elementary..and as a Co-worker at Benson hill..I have mad respect for you. RIP..MR.GRAHAM...you will be missed but never forgotten. somberly and sincerly , Mrs. Perin...mother of Raymond Henick and Kaytlyn Perin alumni Of Benson hill Elementary
rentonben May 3, 2011 at 05:53 pm
Nice reporting Jenny - you're doing more than the 'other' local paper.
friend May 3, 2011 at 09:15 pm
Yes, thank you for keeping us posted on Sharon. She is very important by so many people. I'm sureRead More Smurfit-Stone would love for this story to go away. We need to make sure another death like this does not happen. We want Sharon's family and friends to get answers. Your article earlier was the family's first news about the cause of death.
Friendofsharon May 4, 2011 at 08:42 pm
Thank you Jenny for the update! We will get answers as to how and why Sharon died. Time will come!Read More I wanted to "Thank" all of Sharon's co-workers that attended the "Viewing" & "The Service". "Thank you" all so very much for attending. Your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated!