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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, November 5, 1997 | 3 loved to keep tally of all the Trick or daughter of Edward Stannard and He is survived by his daughter, Mack Ewing McCrath resident Treaters, and all loved her lights at Nellie Beaver Stannard, Ruth Penny Lynn Keniston; father, Orlo A. Mack Ewing McCrath passed in the holidays. Many were able to have Stannard Druley died Oct. 23, 1997, Keniston; mother, Lottie Summers; away Oct. 29, 1997 at the age of 84 the opportunity to enjoy her quick wit at Lifecare Nursing Center in West brother David Keniston; grandfather years. He was the beloved husband of n San and sense of humor. Seattle, after a long illness. Orlo W. Keniston and his devoted Lillian and father of Barbara Rettig to Seattle Some of her fondest memories were Ms. Druley, a 1950 graduate of the friend of many years, Patriciaand Michael McCrath. Five grand- Mr. and of the times she spent traveling the University of Southern California, Campbell. He will be missed by his children and four great-grandchildren 1907. roads of the Western states. Next to lived in Southern California until half-sisters and brother, and many also survive him. of the Highway 101, she loved the Alki area, moving to Seattle eight years ago. family members and friends whoHe was a member of Alki Lodge that, where she spent time watching and She is survived by her son, Jim, of treasure the good times they shared #152 F. & A.M. and lifetime member feeding the seagulls. She was often Orange, Calif., sister Emily Levine of with him. of Operating Engineers Union Local She seen working in her garden or at Buena Park, Calif., and her brother, #302. He had a most interesting about West neighborhood meetings giving a voice Richard Stannard of Seattle. House bound for four years andprofession as a crane operator and for long-time residents of the area. A memorial service will be held at confined to bed for the last three, he worked in constructing the Alaska of Alyce will be missed by her Oakwood Memorial Park, was surrounded by reminders ofWay Viaduct, portions of Interstate 5, daughter-in-law, Beth Bell of Kailua Chatsworth, Calif., at 2 p.m~happier times: pictures of hisas well as the Kingdome. He was an her to Hawaii, friends Sue Lindblom and Wednesday, Nov. 5. In lieu ofhydroplane years, and of his daughter amateur historian and provided Delores Chamberlain, many others flowers, persons who wish may make Penny Lynn who provided his full- information for Paul Dorpat's who called her "grandma Aiyce," and a contribution to the Well Mind time home care and a sense of newspaper columns. He was a Iand marriedthose who simply took her into their Association, 4649 Sunnyside N. security as his condition deteriorated, lifetime fan of John Wayne. Fishing ' Bell who hearts. #344, Seattle, WA 98103. His friend Patricia visited often and and bowling were just a few of his 1966. She At Alyce's request, there were no assisted Penny Lynn by providing hobbies but his main hobby was in memorial services following her Michael Allen Keniston much needed relief from her respon- the mechanical field. He maintained a fell in cremation through Howden-Kennedy Michael Allen Keniston, 49, died sibilities, and emotional support to large hobby shop at home. where Funeral Home. Oct. 19, 1997 after valiantly battling both Mike and Penny. Memorial services were held in the in 1985. Those who knew Alyce will the effects of a rare form of emphyse- Howden-Kennedy Funeral Home. life was always remember her when they see ma for more than nine years. Family members and friends The family has suggested that those she the seagulls fly over Alki. Previously he enjoyed his work as a gathered together at the home of his who wish may contribute to West hardwood floor installer and his half-sister, Shaft, for a memorial Seattle Lions Club, Sight First People Ruth Stannard Druley exciting years as a driver 0~nd gathering on Thursday, Oct. 23. A Foundation, c/o Doug Sisson, 4429 she Born in Los Angeles June 5, 1928, mechanic with limited and unlimited private farewell will be held at a later S.W. Rose St., Seattle, WA 98126. hydroplanes, date. (,206) o r V i Z BREAKPAST LUNCN DINNER M - F 5:00 am - 7:30 pm SAT 5:00 am- 1 pm SUN 5:00 am- 1 pm COCKTAIL LOUNGE 7 Days a Week: 6 am - 2 am Satellltll, Darts, Pull TabS Banquet Facilities C.AeFeE est. 1958 Mandarin, Szechuan, Hunan. Cantonese 3527 Chelan Ave. SW Lunch Dinner Cocktail Loung._~ Under the W.S. 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