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Darrell believed in God, education, and family.
His care for others came from his deep conviction that everyone is created in the image of God.
He could fix, repair, paint, or build anything.
Lived life to the fullest, will be missed immensely.
Longtime teacher’s interests included classic cars, tractors, and anything with an engine.
Family was always Kerry’s top priority.
A fifth-generation islander, David always had great stories of his travels.
He leaves behind Megan Fuller and his sons Andy, Paul and Tim.
She was adventurous with a strong sense of humor and a practical, forward-looking view of life.
She spent countless hours volunteering for the Vashon Heritage Museum.
During her time on Vashon, Gael was known for her skills at pruning fruit trees
They have lived on Vashon Island for almost 60 years
He and his wife Geri moved to Vashon in 1977, living at Wax Orchard while building their new home.
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.