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Obituaries, Seattle Times, Tues., 08/02/1988

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Alexander "Pete" NAHUY Beloved son of Wanda and Palmer OAKLAND. Brother of Wayne NAHUY, MicheleSTANLEY, Robert JONAS. Stepbrother of Vicki DOUGLAS and Don OAKLAND. Numerous nieces and nephew. Rosary Wednesday, 7 p.m., funeral service Thursday, 10:30 a.m., Yarington's Funeral Home
Anna OWCHAR Beloved mother of William (Ann) OWCHAR. Grandmother of Diane and Stephen Owchor. Service Wednesday, 1 p.m., Cathedral of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church. Arrangements, Yarington's Funeral Home. Memorials to American Heart Assn.
Dorothy M. ROGERS Beloved mother of Roy and Maxine ROGERS, of Bothell. Loving grandmother of Michelle ROGERS, of Bothell; Katie ALLISON, of San Diego, Calif.; Melissa ROGERS, of Bothell. Memorial Mass Wednesday, August 3, 9 a.m., St. Brendan's Catholic Church, Bothell.
Edwin E. (Cy) SPEAR Age 60, of Seattle died July 30. Husband of Marilyn. Father of Douglas SPEAR, David SPEAR, Lynette SPEAR and Carolyn SALLEY. Son of Mona M. SPEAR. Brother of John P. SPEAR and Margaret MATTHEWS. Six grandchildren. Mr. Spear had been on aerospace engineer with the Boeing Company 33 years. Service Wednesday, 1 p.m., Washington Memorial Funeral Home, 16445 Pacific Highway South Interment will follow at Woodbine Cemetery in Puyallup. Remembrances may be made to American Heart Assn., the American Diabetes Assn. or to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children.
Arnold J. STAHMER 72, Seattle died August 1, 1988. Beloved husband of Dorothy STAHMER. Father of Bonnie LUTCAVICH, Seattle. Brother of Jane OESTREICH, Camano Island. In keeping with his wishes, no services to be held. Family suggests memorials to Shoreline Medic One Fund, 175th and Aurora Ave. North. Seattle 98177. Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds.
Anna A. TALLERO Age 82. Beloved mother of Edda V. BARTON. Grandmother of Rosalie BOVA, Scott and Greg BARTON. Great grandmother of Brian and Brooke BOVA. Rosary Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Columbia Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial, Thursday, 10 am. at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Entombment at Lake View Cemetery. Masses requested in lieu of flowers.
Frank A. TUCKER 84, of lssaquah, retired pipefitter. Uncle of Raymond Tucker, Arden Hills, Minn. and Mrs. Rachael WARD, Garland, Tex. Viewing Wednesday, August 3, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home, 540 East Sunset Way 392-6444 Graveside service Thursday. 11 a.m., at Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Bellevue. Remembrances to favorite charity.
Dr. Fredric Alan HARRIS Neurophysiologist, age 49, died July 25, 1988 of acute leukemia. He was on the faculty of the University of Washington School of Medicine. He received his BS in biology from Northwestern in 1960, attended Harvard Medical School and received his Ph.D. in physiology from the U. of W. in 1967. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, NSF Summer Research Fellow and a Nominee for the Porter Fellowship of the American Physiological Society: He was a member of the American Physiological Society, Biomedical Engineering Society, Society for Neuroscience, American Institute of Biological Sciences, European Neuroscience Society, Association for Advancement of Medical instrumentation, Society for Contemporary Ophthalmology, Biofeedback Society of America and an associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine (London). He was a member of the American Society of Appraisers and the Washington Athletic Club. He was the inventor of a series of "artificial sense organs" and a dental head stabilizer for cerebral palsied children. He was the author of numerous journal articles and medical textbook chapters dealing with neurophysiology and biophysics, physical and occupational therapy, rehabilitation medicine and biofeedback. He was a professional musician and author of a text on the life and music of Bud Powell. He was a professional photographer and author of numerous publications dealing with the engraving techniques used on antique firearms. He developed an authentication service based on photomicography, under the name MAGNI-SCAN. (Reg.) He was an art collector, avid boater and world traveler. He is described by friends and acquaintances as a true Renaissance man. During his final year, while undergoing treatment, he completed the manuscript for his book on the origin of American Firearms Engraving Motifs, At his request, there will be no services following cremation. He is survived by his wife and friend, Barbara Seattle and mother, Helen, Beverly Hills, California. Remembrances to Marine Animal Resource Center, 2201 34th Ave. West, Seattle, WA 98199 or Medic One.
Howard Duane HOWE Survived by parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laiskonis; brother of James and Richard; father of Patricia and Brenda. all Michigan. Graveside service Thursday, 10 a.m., Riverton Crest Cemetery. Yarington's Funeral Home.
Mary Llellyn JOHNSON nee Lynn SKELTON, March 15, 1952 to July 30, 1988, died at her home at Lake Samish Saturday morning. Memorial service at Arlington United Church, Arlington, Wash. August 5 at 7 p.m.
Kikuno KAWAHARA Survived by two sons, George M., Spokane and Harry K., Seattle; one brother and one sister in Japan. Member of Seattle Buddhist Church and Its Women's Federation, Hiroshima Club, Kansei Ryu Yokyoku. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Seattle Buddhist Church, 1427 South Main, direction. Butterworth-Manning, Ashomore, BUTTERWORTH-MANNING.ASHMORE 622-0949. Cremation.
Doris Ione LARSEN 67, died July 29 in Lynnwood. She was born Nov. 14, 1920 in Lakota, ND. Services were held Sunday, July 31st at the Solie Funeral Home, Everett. Interment at Oakmont Memorial Park, Lafayette, Calif.
Inez M. MacDONALD Age 81, of Bothell. Aunt of Duane POLLEY, Lloyd POLLEY, Klem KLEMMETSON and Margaret LOCKETT. Great aunt of Greg KLEMMETSON and Kris. Committal service Saturday, August 6, 12 noon, Acacia Memorial Park.
Gerald F. (Jerry) WHITTLE Age 72, July 31. 1988, Westport, Wash. Over 40 years with Northwest Airlines retiring in 1975. Survived by wife, Beryl, Westport; daughters, Nancy L. MINGO, Kent; Dolores H. HARBERT, Redmond; son, Douglas J. WHITTLE, Bremerton; seven grandchildren, two great grandchildren. Memorial service August 3. 1988 at 4 p.m., South Beach Presbyterian Church. Westport, Wash. Will lie in state until 8 p.m. Wednesday at Fern Hill Funeral Horns Aberdeen. Memorials South Beach Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund, Westport or charity of choice.
Sylvester WUNDERLICH Father of June McCLURE. Five grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, Brother of Anna LINN, Betty EDWARDS. Evelyn STEPHENS, Theresa FRYER, all of Portland; William, Melvin and Frederick WUNDERLICH, all Cannon Beach, Ore. Service Thursday, 1 p.m., Yarington's Funeral Home.
Walter G. ANDERSEN Age 77, of Renton, died July 29. Beloved father of Gloria MEYER, Dianne MAINES and Dolly QUIMBY. Brother of Thelma KNUDSEN and Lawrence ANDERSEN. Ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Service 3 p.m. Saturday. Calvary Evangelical Free Church, 11227 Renton Ave. South. Cremation with inurnment at Washington Memorial Park. Remembrances to Calvary Evangelical Church.
Richard W. BAKER July 28, 1988 after long illness. He leaves wife, Ethel. Cremation. No service. He asked remembrances to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital.
Madeline BARMORE Beloved wife of Mark, of Seattle. Sister-In-law of Pierre and Lucy BARMORE, of Issaquah; Al and Mary TODD, of Edmonds and Mary V. BARMORE, of Brinnon. Sister of Ted EGGERS, of Seattle. At families request no services. Arrangements, West Home Funeral Chapel.
Thomas Frederick BARNHART, Jr. 58, of Seattle. Survived by his wife, Edie; four children, Thomas Frederick BARNHART, III, of Woodinville; Jane Anne SOMMER, of Othello; James Robert BARNHART, Florence, Ore.; Mary Laurane KARTES, Seattle; two sisters, Barbara BARNHART and Laurane RANQUET and brother, Robert L BARNHART; 12 grandchildren. Rosary Vigil 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Moss of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. Thursday, both at St. Mark Catholic Church, Seattle. Private interment, Holyrood Cemetery. Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds.
Stanley Paul BARRE Beloved husband of Mary M. BARRE, Seattle. Father of Lisa M., Theda A. STANLEY, Jr, Phil, Conrad, Joan, Dewey, Gregory and Rosemarie BARRE. Service Tuesday. 6 p.m., at Bonney-Watson Company. 322.0013 Additional services and burial will be In New Orleans. La. Remembrances suggested to 911, the Heart Assn. or to your favorite charity.
Martha BENNER Beloved mother of Louis H. BENNER, Sun City Center, Fla. Four grandchildren, nine great grandchildren. Sister of Lenora SMITH, Seattle. Member Woodland Park Presbyterian Church. Charter member of the Ballard Hospital Guild. No service, at her request. Arrangements Green Lake Funeral Home
Mary M. BURKETT Passed away In Federal Way on July 29 at the age of 19. She was a member of St. Bernadette Catholic Church. She is survived by her son, Joseph C. GREENE; 16 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren and ten great great grandchildren. No service will be held, at the families request. Parker's Burien Funeral Chapel.
Linda Linell DOUPE Age 46, died August 1, Seattle. Beloved wife of Robert N. Mother of Tony and Michael. Mother-In-law of Sue DOUPE. Memorial service Thursday, 6:30 p.m., at the Woodland Park Zoo North Meadow. Remembrances to the Linda Douse Memorial Fund, c/o University District Community Service Center. Bleitz Funeral Home
Eleanor J. EIKEMO Age 58, passed away July 31. Beloved mother of Thaddeus, Rosemarie and Owen C. GRANT, Sarah Ann Luttmon, Dorothy GRANT-DAVIDSON, Janice MUNSON and Eleanor EIKEMO, Jr., eight grandchildren. Sister of Vesta JOHNSON, Nora HORN and Robert MORRISON. Funeral service Wednesday, 3 p.m.. Evergreen-Washellit Funeral Home 11027 Meridian Ave. North, Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park.
Mary Jane GWERDER She was born Nov. 8, 1947 In Tacoma, Wash. and she died July 30, 1988 in Seattle, Wash. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, August 4 at 10 a.m., at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Enumclaw, Wash. Rosary service Wednesday, 7 p.m., at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Remembrances to the Sacred Heart Parish or donor's choice. Arrangements, Enumclaw Funeral Home.
Lillian Luckhurst MANZO Age 92, at Seattle, died July 29. Beloved mother of Loiuse FRENCH, Bette MUELLER and Dan MANZO. Sister of Nell RHEIN. Numerous nieces and nephews. Private family services were held. Washington Memorial Park. Remembrances may be mode to Medic One.
Ethel C. McLENNAN Age 90. Beloved mother of Craig McLENNAN. of Everett and Ann ROST, of Seattle. Sister of Hubert CRAIGEN, of British Columbia and Grace GIBSON, of Olympia. Grandmother of three and great-grandmother of two. She graduated from Seattle High School in 1916 and was a member of P.E.O. Chapter C.L. Service will be held Thursday. 1 p.m., of St. Paul Episcopal Church, 15 Roy Street. Remembrances suggested to the church. Arrangements by the Arthur A. Wright Funeral Home (Queen Anne). 282-5500.
D'Lorah LaRie MILLARD July 31. Beloved twin sister of L'Norah OLSEN; brother, Roger MAXWELL. Daughter of Rose MAXWELL. Mother of Christine THOMAS, Grandmother of Kari MEADS. Also, two nieces. Two nephews. Memorial service Thursday, 2 pm., Sand Point United Methodist Church, 6710 70th Private family entombment service. Evergree-Washelli Funeral Home. Memorials to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research.
Robert James MORRIS Memorial service for Robert MORRIS, 67, of Sequim will be Thursday, 11 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Sequim. He died July 31, 1988 in Sequim. He retired from Pam Am Airways in 1980. Survived by his wife Glenister; son, James; daughters, Pamela and Theresa; sister, Hope and six grandchildren. Arrangements by Sequim Valley Chapel.
Alba L HENDERSON 79, July 30, 1988. Beloved wife of Robert D. HENDERSON, of Bellevue. Aunt of Joan ANDERSON, of Seattle; Evelyn MYERS, of Bremerton. Service Wednesday at 1 p.m. Evergreen-Washelli Funeral Home. 11027 Meridian Ave. North. Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park.
Kathryn (Kay) HILL Age 59. Beloved wife of Wallace G., Seattle. Mother of Colleen KELLER, Renton and Peggy SCHMITZ, Bellevue. Sister of Esther NUMM, Seattle; Patricia FENTON, Camano Island; Lois ENGELHART and Fern KANECKE, both Seattle; Ralph NEAGY, Vancouver, Wash. Member of Greenwood Chapter No. 196 O.E.S. and Past Matron Concord Chapter No. 245 O.E.S. Service Wednesday. 1 p.m., at Wiggen and Sons Chapel. Cremation Memorials may be given to Children's Hospital.
Wilbur J. HILLER Survived by his wife, Bernice and three stepchildren, Alen and Bob MCPHERRON and Betty LEWIS. Wilbur was born in Spokane. Bleitz Funeral Home.

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