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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, November 6, 1996 ! 3 Cyrus Francis Coming night for the Coast Guard. In later years he Previous interment was in Sumner Ceme- camper, then leader and staff member of served as a volunteer with "Operation tery. In Cy's memory, those who wish may Fauntleroy YMCA Camp Colman. Barbara 28, 1996. Cyrus Coming died Oct. 28, 1996 at a Night Watch" and in the chaplain's oflice contribute to the Latin America Mission, is survived by her husband of 49 years, local hospital following a long illness. He at Harborview Hospital. P.O. Box 52-79, Miami, FL, or to the E.T. "Bob" Sleem, her brother Donald 1918, and hadwas 83. An elder at Westside Presbyterian Union Gospel Mission. Taylor and three daughters and their fami- 1941. He was Born in West Seattle at the corner of Church and First Presbyterian Church, he lies: Cheryl, Joseph, Daylene, and Matt 174, and past46th Avenue Southwest and Southwest served from 1954 until elected to be senior Renouard of Edmonds; Diane, Steve, and Alaska Street, Cy's lirst job was as a secre- elder in 1986 at First Presbyterian. Cy sang Bclr~clrcl E. S|eem Aaron Maples of Lake Stevens; and Debo- 56 years, tar,/to a University of Washington pmfes- in the Ralston Chorus Quartet in his early Ba~ara Ellen Sleem, 68, died Oct. 11, rah, Lewis and Ryan Dickinson of Friday Linda, Susan sor. He then worked for Ernst Hardware years in both Presbyterian churches until 1996. The daughter of Herbert U. Taylor Harbor. Other survivors include Lola Bar- Sheri and from there went to Montana, where he 1981, when he had cancer surgery, and Geraldine Taylor, Barbara attended ton, Dan and Sally Ludington, Carl Idren Megan, worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engi- Survivors include his wife, Dorothy L. Faunderoy Gv, de School and James Madi- Sorensen and other loving relatives. We (Miller) of reefs while building Fort Peck Dam. Coming; daughter Sandra 1. (Merrill) Mael; son Jr. High and graduated from West loved her so much! Memorial services will nieces and In October 1937, Cy transferred to the granddaughter April A. (Bob) Heivilin; Seattle High School in 1946. She also be at 1 p.m. Nov. 10, 1996 at Fauntleroy U.S. Postal Service in Seattle, where he grandson Christopher Mael; and several attended Western Washington University Community Church, 9260 Calilornia Ave. 3 ! at Our first worked as a clerk in the "S" bond divi- nieces and nephews, in Bellingham. Barbara was a long-time SW. Those who wish may contribute to )in West Seattle, sion, later carried mail in West Seattle, and Memorials were held Nov. I at Westside member of Fauntleroy Community Church Alzheimer's Association of Western Wash- Forest Lawn then returned to the "Scheme Examiner" Presbyterian Church. Howden-Kennedy and sang in the church choir for many ington, 1422 N.W. 85th, Seattle, Wash. be made to a division until his retirement. During World Funeral Home of West Seattle directed, years. She enjoyed many weeks as a 98117. War Ii Cy guarded ammunition trains at For the Best in Home Cooking... Iron Kettle's Famous Homestyle Chicken Fried Steak or Pot Roast Dinner Plus many more dinner options to choose from! , ,." TUB RI!FINIS I~;.r'' " t% Fasb i,,, Porcelain-Acrylic- Fiberglass Tubs- Surro???s Shower Stalls