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/t t 8 Wednesday, July 30, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News OBITUARIES Margaret R. Stenberg Margaret R. Stenberg, 77, quietly passed away at her West Seattle home the Morning of July 20, 1997. Margaret is survived by her hus- band Harold and daughter Mer- ridee, who were both with her at the time of her death. Margaret made many friends and acquaintances in her life time, with whom she shared a variety of inter- ests. Anyone who ever new her will never forget her. Each will hold her memory in'their individual ways. For this reason, Margaret specifically requested no services were to be held. Margaret is also survived by her sister, Mrs. Betty Picon of Federal Way, and her brother John R. LaBarre of Chehalis. She was pre- ceded in death by another brother James R. LaBarre of Anchorage, Alaska and another sister, Mrs. Pauline Kohlmeier of Seattle. Mar- garet is also survived by four grand- children: Deeana Jacroux, Seattle; Kimberly Koczur, Vancouver; Wash., Jefferey Jacroux, Everett and Mara Siepmann, Seattle. Also survived by ten great-grand- children: Genisis & Raphael Dancer, Jade Wake, Brandee & Tehneile Koczur, Christine & James Berry, Sara Jacrous, and Zachary & Megan Siepmann, plus numerous nieces and nephews: William Picou, Betty Ann Heyer, Myra Gallant, Larry & Dick Kohneier to name just a few and not to go unsaid, her canine com- panion Rico. "GOOD NIGHT MOM. I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING." Jenny Symionow Rlkowski Jenny, 78, resident of Seattle, Washington passed away Sunday, July 20, 1997. Funeral Services were held July 25, 1997 at St. Demetrius Ukranian Catholic Church, north of Belfieid, with Rev. Bohan Nalysnyk officiating. Burial will be in St Bernards Cemetery, Belfield. Jenny was born November 28, 1918 at Snow, N.D. She was the fourth child of Andrew and Anna Kordonowy Symionow. She mar- ried Kasper Filowski at St. Demetruis Church, Belfield on Sept. 21, 1940. She taught at rural and consolidated elementary schools lor over 20 years in North Dakota, Montana and Nevada. After retirement 17ore teaching in 1967, Jenny changed to taking care of the elderly from St. Luke's in Dickin- son, to Arizona and Seattle. She leaves one son, Les Filkows- ki and one daughter, Caroline (Gary) Pearson of Seattle; brothers George and Nick of Fairfield N.D., William of Alexandria, Va., Pete of Hermiston, Ore.; sisters Kay (Mar- tin) Wazny of Fargo, N.D., St. Anisia and Sr. Bernie of Sloatsburg, N.Y., Mary Shypkoski and Margie (Arnie) Koffler of Dickson, N.D., Dorothy Catlin of Oroville, Calif; stepgrandsons Caleb and Cody and parents Pam and Gary Johnson of Bedlord, Ky. Jenny will be remem- bered by nieces and nephews coast to coast, close family and friends. Jenny was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Kasper, broth- er Steve and sister Aggie. We love you mom. Rodney C. King Rodney C. King 65, a Iongtime resident of West Seattle, died July 10, 1997 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in August 30, 1931 in Seattle. He graduated from West Seattle High School in 1950 and married Connie Carpenter that same year. Together they owned and operated several auto repair stations in West Seattle from 1956 to 1992. After retiering, Rod's affection tor people and enthusiasm for life brought him to Canterbury Shores Condominiums, where he and Con- nie touched the lives of many peo- ple there. His favorite thing to do was spend time with his family, whether it was fishing, sailing, crabbing or just laying on the beach in Hawaii. Rod's greatest gift to his family and admiring friends was the love he showed to his beloved wife Con- nie. That legacy of love continues to be felt by his surviving family --- Connie King, Teresa and Bob Sei- bold, Martin and Kathy King, Tom and Joanne King, and eight grand- children. Also survived by his brother Terry and Harriet King, Derek Carlstrom and sister Gardiel- la. We thank God for Rod; for his gift to us will never die for "love lives on." A memorial service was held at Hope Lutheran Church July 15, 1997. Remembrances suggested to Hospice of Seattle, 425 Pontius Ave N. Seattle, 98109. IN THE Volunteer of year The Park Lake/White Center Boys and Girls Club selected Rhonda Hollingsworth as its volunteer of the year. She is the parent volunteer coordinator the club's AAU girls' basketball team. She's also an administra- tive assistant at Park Lake Homes for the King County Housing Authority. The club also chose Harold Murphy as its board member of the year. Both Hollingsworth and Murphy were honored July 15 at the annual dinner of the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County. 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