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Upon graduation, a year early, from Vashon High School, Tom joined the United States Navy.
Lynn was a champion of those in need, always ready to support and encourage them.
Paul graduated from Vashon High School in 1941 and married his high school sweetheart Virginia Rand.
Michael was a carpenter by trade and considered a star surfer, talented artistand honorable soldier
Don attended Montlake Elementary, Garfield High School, and the University of Washington
As a young man Tom raced stock cars up and down the West Coast.
She would tell you that adopting and raising her children was her greatest life accomplishment.
Tom treasured the fact that his grandchildren were all seventh generation Islanders
She made her own wedding gown from the leftover silk fabric from WWII parachutes
People were drawn to Margot because she loved life, and she exuded love.
Margie experienced tsunami and serenity in her 80 year life.
A competitive athlete, he was a lifelong participant in the Special Olympics
With a twinkle in his eye, he always had a laugh and a joke to share
Gini loved the water and loved island life.
He was the eldest of four sons, all raised on Vashon.
She was a cheerleader and he was the state wrestling champion.
His name appeared as Sportsman of the Year during his membership of the Vashon Sportsman Club
Patrick and Susan were long time members of the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship in Burton