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Beverly had a playful sense of humor, was a creative artist, and a supportive, generous mom.
Jay was a devoted son, a caring brother and a loyal, supportive and generous friend.
In 1993 they again made a move, this time to Vashon Island where they lived for the next 24 years.
Rosemary was raised on Vashon Island and graduated from Vashon High School in 1959.
Jack lived his last months on Vashon with daughter Sarah Day and “favorite” son-in-law Tim Morrison.
Bud was born and raised in Los Angeles where he learned to ride horses and raced a chop top.
She was known to set out on impromptu road trips with little more than a toothbrush and a map.
He spoke about old friends and shared many stories about the island.
Tom graduated from Vashon High School in 1946 and from Washington State University in 1951.
Steve had a long love affair with Vashon beginning with childhood excursions to the island.
John graduated from Vashon High School in 1959. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
On Vashon Katherine was deeply involved with the Church of the Holy Spirit serving in many roles.
She graduated from Vashon High School where she had met Walter Jones and they married in 1962.
Ellen loved quilting, and had given a quilt to all four children and all her 16 grandchildren.
A Vashon resident since 1976, he never lost his passion for the Northwest.
Time spent in Japan for work gave him a lifelong passion for Japanese culture.
He grew up in a large family having 11 brothers and sisters.
Mark was a member of the first graduating class of John F. Kennedy High School in Burien, in 1970.