Newspaper Archive of
West Seattle Herald
Seattle , Washington
Lyft
August 5, 2011     West Seattle Herald
PAGE 15     (15 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 15     (15 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 5, 2011
 

Newspaper Archive of West Seattle Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




West Seattle Herald" Friday, August 5, 2011 ' 15 OBITUARIES Lloyd (Bill)W. Faubel Lloyd (Bill) W. Faubel, age 87 passed into the loving arms of his Savior Jesus Christ on Wed. July 27, 2011 in West Seattle, WA. He was born Jan 5, 1924 in Mil- waukee Wis- consin and was raised by loving grand- Lloyd parents Clara Faubel and Henry Faubel in Leith, North Dakota. Bill moved to Seattle where he enjoyed working for the Union Pacific Rail- road for 44 years. In retirement, Lloyd is only one of a handful of drivers for the VA who logged over I00,000 miles in service to dis- abled vets. He is survived by his wife of 13 1/2 years, Karen Roti Faubel. Memorial services will be on Friday, 1:00 PM, August 5, 2011 at West Side Presbyterian Church, 3601 Calif. Ave SW, Seat- tle 98116. Daryl (Dee) Marline Linde Daryl (Dee) Marlene Linde, a longtime resident of West Seattle, passed away peacefully on July 12, 2011, surrounded by her lov- ing family. Born in Elkins, West Virginia on February 20, 1937, Dee was a unique, gifted and cap- tivating individual who lived life West Side Presbyterian Church 8:15 & 11:00 a.m.Worship 9:40 a.m. Sunday School Pastor Paul R. Smith Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Mass Schedule Wed,'Ihurs, Fri ................ 9:00 a.m. Saturday Vigil .................. 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass...8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Ft. Jack Walmesley, Pastor 7000 35th Ave. SW 206-935-0358 www.olgseatde.org Holy Family Parish Fr. Horacio Yanez, Pastor 9622 20th Ave SW, White Center 206-767-6220 Daily (M-F) 8:30 a.m. (Eng) Wed 7.'00 p.m. (Esp) Sat Mass 8.'00 a.m. (Eng) Sat Vigil 5:00 p.m. (Eng) 6:30 p.m. (Esp) Sun Mass 80 a.m. (Eng) 9:30 a.m. (Esp) 11:00 a.m. (Eng) 12:30 p.m. (Esp) 6,'00 p.m. (Tagalog) www.hfseattle.org/parish her own way and left an unforget- table impres- sion on those whose lives she touched. In earlier years, Dee was a favor- ite longtime Daryl w a i t r e s s Linde at both the Hideaway restaurant in White Cen- ter and Steve's Broiler in down- town Seattle. She later went on to become an apartment manager at several West Seattle properties. After Dee's retirement, she resided at Alaska House, where she formed many close friendships. She could always be seen "hanging out" with Florence or Barbara, whom she loved dearly. Dee was preceded in death by the "love of her life," Conrad Linde. She is survived by her sis- ter, Eddie Rae, brother, Steven, six sons, Roger (Kim), Randy (Lau- rie), Greg, Edward, Gary (Donna), and Mike (Lynne), 16 grandchil- dren and 8 great grandchildren. Dee's family is grateful to the wonderful and dedicated staff at Harborview hospital for all their efforts and the loving care they provided. A celebration of life was held at St Edward's Hall, Kenne- dy High School in Burien on July 24, 2011. Death is not the final journey; it is the first part of a continuing adventure. Holy Rosary Church Summer Mass Schedule Saturdays: ................ Communion Service at 8 a.m. and Vigil Mass at 5 p.m. nance: ............... 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. or by appt Stmdays: .............. 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Weekdays: ..... 8 a.m. in the Chapel of St. Dominic Ft. John Madigan, Pastor 4100 SW Genesee 206-935-8353 www.holyrosaryseattle.org sunday worship services: morning worship @ 11:00 a.m. Hope Lutheran Church 8:00 & 10:30am - Worship 9:15am - Classes for all ages Nursery available 4456 42nd Ave SW 206-937-9330 www.hopeseatde.org Donald (Don) William Morrison Jr. Donald (Don) William Morrison Jr. died peacefully in his sleep on July 22, 2011 with his family by his side. Don was born 11/21/21 to Donald William Morrison St. and Clara Bethene Morrison in Seattle., Wa. He graduated from Cleveland High in 1939 and joined the U. S. Army in 1941 as a staff sergeant and topographical engineer. He worked for 37 years at Fisher Flour Mills on Harbor Island; eventually becoming the grain elevator super- intendent. Don enjoyed fishing, col- lecting and studying WWII memo- rabilia as well as hanging out with family and friends. Don leaves behind his loving wife of 67 years, Shirley. His three children, Mary Kirk (Mike), Trisha Morrison Flad- seth (Scott), and Michael Morrison (Colleen). Grandchildren: Kim- berly Medica (Dino), Aaron Kirk (Julie), Paige Fladseth and Aaron Morrison. Step-grandchildren: Bree Rose and Trace Fladseth. Great- grandchildren: Kirk and Addie Medica, and Vanden Kirk. Step great- grandchild: Jagger Rose. Nephew: Bill Stewart (Judith), Heather, Kelly, Christopher and Trevor. Niece: Robyn Mulhol- land. Grand niece: Merrilee Rice. Services to be held on Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 1:00 pm at: How- den-Kenne- dy Funeral Home 3909 S. W. Alas- ka Street Donald Seattle, WA. Morrison Jr 98116 Cel- ebration of Life to follow: Ameri- can Legion Hall 3618 S. W. Alaska Street Seattle. WA. 98116. Please sign our guestbook at Howden- Kennedy.corn Single car accident on Morgan flips car, takes out light pole Patrick Robinson A middle aged woman driving a late model compact car was in a single car rollover accident at the intersection of 41st s.w. and s.w. Morgan shortly after 9:00 am on July 28. The accident took out the power pole at the scene as the car rolled over on to the sidewalk. By Patrick Robinson A single car accident at 41st S.W. and S.W. Morgan, caused fi middle aged woman, to flip her car and take out a power pole at the intersection about 9:10 am. The accident closed Morgan Street as Seattle Police and Fire Dept. vehicles arrived on the scene. The woman was put in an ambulance and was taken to Harborview Hos- pital. A partial witness Andrew Kirk said, "I was coming through the intersection and I seen the tele- phone poles fall over and the wires flying through the air and her car tumbling. I pulled over right here and ran over there and she was doing unconscious breathing in and out really heavily, but she wasn't responsive. I had this lady over here (across the street) call 911 but others were calling 911 already. So I waited for them to show up and talked to her a little bit but she wasn't responsive at all" Kirk estimated that the driver, a woman was in her late 40's early 50's. He did not see the actual wreck and did not know the cause. Police officers on the scene speculated that the cause may have been health related. An investigation is underway. Patrick Robinson can be reached at pr@robinsonnews.com CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 Volunteers for Playing Piano/Entertainment or Manicure/Pedicure V olunteers Providence Elizabeth House 3201 S.W. Graham St. 425-443-1484 For more informaiton or to leave a message e-mail eyuliyam@u.wash- inton.edu Crone of Puget Sound West Seattle/South End Discussion Group First and third Tuesday of month. 1 p.m. This is a social group where women of a Certain Age can dis- cuss issues related to aging with Power, Passion and Purpose. Open to new members. Call Jo, 206-244-4289 for meeting time and place. Partnership for Youth Jus- tice Program King County Superior Court needs volunteers in West Seattle to serve GO on panels to determine consequenc- es for minor juvenile offenders as an alternative to the formal juvenile justice system. Shirley Noble at 206-296-1133 or Shirley.Noble @ kingcounty.gov West Seattle Garden Tour Volunteers Needed Volunteers needed to plan the 17th Annual WS Garden Tour. The WSGT Committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at an appointed member's home for a potluck. Not necessary to be a Master Gardener volunteer opportunities are available. For more information, go to westse- attlegardentour.com Host Families Needed Host families are needed for for- eign exchange students who will attend West Seattle High School for the second semester. Host families do not need to have teenagers of their own; young families as well as empty nesters are excellent high school student hosts. For info: 360- 661-0552 or j.henderson33@hot- mail.com. AARP Driving Workshop Daystar Retirement Village 2615 S.W. Barton St. First Saturday of every month, ongoing, 9-5:30 p.m. $12 for mem- bers, $14 n on-members. Call 206-937-6122 for info or to RSVP Old Clothes = New Oppor- tunities Donation Station Northwest Center 'Big Blue Truck' Diamond Parking Lot 44th Ave. S. W. & S. W. Edmunds St. Fridays - Sundays, 9-5 p.m, Clean out your closets and drop off your reusable clothing and household items at the donation station. For a complete list of donations accepted visit bigbluetruck.org or (800) 992- 2060. Donations are tax deductible and donors receive a $3 off coupon to Value Village. West Seattle Senior Center Needs Volunteers 4217S.W. Oregon St. Make a difference by getting involved! For information, call 206-932-4044 or email at margiew@seniorser- vices.org. - See ON THE G0, page 16