CARMAN, Catherine E, age 83, of Route 2, Everson, passed away at home Wednesday, February 18, (1953). Mrs. Carman was born in England but came to this country at the age of three. She was a charter member of the Nooksack Advent Christian Church. Survivors include one daughter, Margaret C. Johnson; one son, Thomas B. Carman; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted under the direction of the Gillies Funeral Home in Sumas, Saturday, February 21, at 2 p.m. from the Nooksack Advent Christian Church with Rev. Richardson officiating. Final resting place, Nooksack Cemetery.

CARMAN, Viola May - Longtime Nooksack and Everson area resident Viola May Carman passed away at St. Francis Health Care Center in Bellingham on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2001. She was 99. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in the chapel of Gillies Funeral Home in Lynden with the Rev. Al Currier officiating. Burial will follow in Nooksack Cemetery. Viola was a daughter of Robert W. and Eva (Trowbridge) Stump and was born in Cestos, Okla., on Aug. 22, 1902. She moved with her family to Whatcom County and graduated from Nooksack Valley High School in 1917. In Seattle on Sept. 9, 1926 Viola married Thomas B. Carman. They celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary last month. For 23 years, she worked at the former Kale Canning Co. and then worked at Hilda's Shop Rite in Everson for 10 years. Viola was a member of the Nooksack Advent Christian Church and enjoyed cooking, traveling and playing games with her grandchildren. She was also an avid Seattle Mariners baseball fan. Survivors include her husband, also at St. Francis Health Care Center; two daughters, Joyce Heutink and husband Harold of Everson and Ardis Bunker and husband Floyd of Bellingham; and six grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services are under the care of Gillies Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Lynden.

CARMEAN, James A., age 82, of 2331 Kulshan Street, passed away in a local hospital Wednesday, August 29, (1951). Mr. Carmean had resided in this community for the past 50 years and was a retired contractor and carpenter. Surviving relatives include a brother in Missouri, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Pearl Marsh, of Bellingham; two nephews, Frank Geri, of Bellingham, and Albert Geri, of Portland, Ore., and a niece, Helen Geri, also of Portland. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. James Martyn Wilson Friday, August 31, at 3 p.m. Final resting place, Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARMICHAEL, Clyde R., age 67, of 295 W. Barlett, Lydnen, passed away Wed. June 18, (1980). Mr. Carmichael was a retired carpenter and a resident of this community for the past 36 years. He was an Army veteran. He is survived by his wife Stella Mae; stepson Marlin & wife Candy Dunlap of Lynden; stepdaughters, Mrs. Sharon & husband Dick Clark of Wassila, Alaska; 8 grandchildren, Todd, Dawn, Erin, Tanya Dunlap, all of Lynden; Brian, Brad, Brannon & Beckie Clark all of Wassila, Alaska; brother Daniel Carmichael; sister Mrs. Stella Rosser, both of city; numerous nieces & nephews. At his request there will be no services. Cremation Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARMICHAEL, Daniel "Cliff," 73, of 4733 Mission Road, Bellingham, passed away Thursday, Aug. 6, 1992 at St. Joseph Hospital. He was born Nov. 18, 1918 [MN] to Daniel and Margaret Carmichael. He served during World War II as a master sergeant and received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He retired as a layout engineer from Georgia-Pacific. He was a member of the William Matthews Post No. 1585 of Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is survived by his daughter Robin and husband David Gutman of Redmond; son Bruce Carmichael and wife Cindy of Bellingham; four grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service was held Monday at the Greenacres Funeral Home chapel with William Matthews VFW Post conducting the service. Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARMICHAEL, Elizabeth M., age 49, of 4733 Mission Rd., B'ham. passed away Sat. Aug. 20th, (1977). She had been a lifetime resident of B'ham. Surviving are her husband, Daniel. A daughter Robin & a son Bruce all at home. Her mother, Mrs. Laura McLeod B'ham. Funeral services will be held in Veroskes Bellingham Chapel, Tues. Aug. 23 at 10:30 a.m. with Mr. Doug Anderson officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARMICHAEL, Margaret, age 72 years, of Rosser Road, Rt. 3, city, passed away at a local hospital Thursday, Dec. 18, (1952) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Carmichael had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 30 years and was a member of the Garden street Methodist Church. She is survived by four sons, Donovan F., of Prosser, Wash., Clyde R., of Lynden, Ray A., of New York, and Daniel C., of Yakima; four daughters, Mrs. Stella Rosser, of Rt. 3, city, Mrs. Margaret Springer, of Snohomish, Mrs. Ruth Peebles, of Carson City, Nevada, and Mrs. Dorothy Starkovich, of Rt. 3, city; one brother; four sisters; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, Dec. 22, at 2 p.m. within the Chapel of the Bingham Dahlquist Jerns Funeral Home with the Rev. Daniel Taylor, pastor of the Garden Street Methodist Church, officiating. Final resting place, Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARNEFIX, Merle F., age 97, passed away in a local nursing home, Jan. 2, (1987). She has been a resident of Seattle for the last 35 years. Was a member of the Eastern Star & the Royal Neighbors. Cremation arrangements by Jerns LeVeck Funeral Chapel.

CARNELL, David R., age 81 of 409 York St., passed away Sunday April 30, 1978. He had been a Bellingham resident of the past 30 years and a retired truck driver. Surviving 1 sister, Mrs. Helen Greenough, City, 4 nieces and 1 nephew. Funeral service Thursday May 4, 10:30 a.m. Jones Funeral Home with Major John Rocheleau officiating. Interment Bay View Cemetery.

CARNES, Rollin Robert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carnes of Route 5, Bellingham, passed away at a local hospital, Sunday, July 24, (1955). Besides his parents he is survived by one brother, Richard at home; maternal grandmother, Mrs. June Marvin of Kellogg, Idaho. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday, July 27, at 1:30 p.m. under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas R. Hanley, pastor of Sacred Heart Church officiating. Interment, Babyland, Bay View.

CARNEY, Annie, age 82, of 1115 Key Street, passed away Sunday, February 22, (1953) at a local hospital following a lingering illness. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. George Ellsperman and Mrs. Lenore Machemer, both of Bellingham, and Mrs. Beatrice Marbro of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, one son, A. W. Walton, Renton; two sisters, Mrs. Flora Hahn, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary Burgess, Connecticut. Private funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl Calhoun officiating. Cremation.

CARNS, Hannah E., age 78, of 2200 Harris St., passed away Saturday, April 1, (1972). She had been a resident since 1925. Survived by her husband, John, 2 sons, George W. Mann of Bellingham and Robert Mann of Seattle, 1 daughter, Mrs. Irene Forse, San Gabriel, Calif., 2 step-daughters, Mrs. Mary Evans and Mrs. Dorothy Smith and a step-son Jules Cheval all City, 8 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, many other relatives. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Westford Funeral Home.

CARON, Angeline N., age 82, of 1310 Sunset Drive, passed away at a local hospital Sunday, February 4, (1951) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Caron had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 31 years and was a member of the Church of the Assumption. Surviving relatives include three sons, Albert and Ernest, both of Minneapolis, Minn., and Wilfred of Bellingham; four daughters, Mrs. Josephine Lovelace and Mrs. Cordelia Stamm, both of Bellingham Mrs. Edna Fraohm (sic) of Anacortes, and Mrs. Delma Butler of Medical Lake; 18 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; a brother, Andrew DeMarce, of Fairbalt, Minn.; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Burke, of Staple, Minn.; many other relatives. Rosary will be said Wednesday, February 7 at 7:30 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home. Requiem high mass will be sung Thursday, February 8, at 9:30 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. John Horan, celebrant. Interment in Bay View Cemetery under the direction of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home.

CARON, Beatrice L., age 72, former Whatcom & Skagit County resident died sat., Feb. 16, 1980 in a Spokane nursing home. She was married to Ernest O. Caron in Whatcom County in 1935. She was employed as a waitress and was a member of the Culinary & Beverage Workers Union. Survived by her husband Ernest, 1 son, Glen Christopherson of Sedro Woolley, a daughter, Billie Blome of Spokane, brother Robert Wyman, Bellingham. 5 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by 1 sister & 1 daughter. Rosary services Fri., Feb. 22, Lemley Chapel, Sedro Woolley, 8:30 p.m. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated Sat. Feb. 23, 10:30 a.m. Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Sedro Woolley. Interment Burlington City Cemetery.

CARON, Ernest O., age 67, former long time Bellingham area resident, died Sunday, March 23, (1980) in Spokane. He was born in Minnesota in 1912, was formerly employed as a roofer in the Whatcom Co. area, was a former member of Bellingham Knights of Columbus. He is survived by 2 step-children, Glen Christopherson, Sedro Woolley, Billie Blome, Spokane, 5 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren,several nieces & nephews. 5 sisters & 2 brothers preceded him in death including Wilfred Caron who died in Bellingham March 15, 1980. His wife Beatrice, preceded him in death Feb. 16, 1980. Rosary will be said at the Lemley Chapel, Sedro Woolley, Friday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. Mass of the Christian burial will be celebrated Sat., March 29 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Sedro Woolley at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Burlington Cemetery.

CARON, Harold, age 85, of 1700 W. North, passed away Fri. Nov. 7, (1986). Mr. Caron had resided in Whatcom County since 1948; was a retired mechanic & maintenance man. He was a member of the Calvary Temple and leaves to survive his wife, Violet of the home; 2 sons, Harold of Ballard & Roy of Kirkland; 3 daughters, Myrtle Taylor of City, Betty Caron of Stanwood & Irma Oien of Seattle; 9 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, Nov. 9, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home with Rev. Ernest Francis officiating. Interment will be Monday, 3 p.m. at the Greenwood Memorial Cemetery, Spokane. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home. [b. Mar. 3, 1901 Spokane; m. June 2, 1926 Canada]

CARON, Pierre, age 92, of Van Zandt, passed away in a local hospital, Friday, Aug. 15, (1958). Mr. Caron had resided in this community for the past 52 years and was a retired farmer. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where private graveside services will be conducted at the Evergreen Cemetery in Everett, Tues., Aug. 19, at 10 a.m.

CARON, Stanley E., age 31, of 5336 Avon St., Seattle, passed away suddenly Sunday (Aug. 24, 1958) while swimming in Lake Whatcom when visiting his wife's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Elden Hunt of Park. Mr. Caron had been a life resident of Bellingham until four years ago when he moved to Seattle where he was employed by the Boeing Aircraft Co., as a structural mechanic. Deceased was a veteran of the Korean War, and leaves to survive his widow, Violet L., and two sons, Jay and Craig, all at home; grandmother, Mrs. Alma Johnson and aunt, Mrs. Violet Crutch, both of Bellingham. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. Alfred Palmer, Thursday, Aug. 28, at 10:30 a.m. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARON, Wilfred O., age 79 of 8705 166th N. E., Redmond, Wash., passed away Sunday March 16, 1980. Mr. Caron was an Army Veteran of WWI, and had been a Bellingham resident for 20 years prior to moving to the Seattle area 36 years ago. He is survived by 2 sons, Norman Caron and Orville Caron Sr.; a daughter Mrs. Eleanor & husband Ron Baker, Ferndale; several grandchildren; a brother Ernest Caron of Sedro Woolley. Graveside service Fri. March 21 at 1 p.m. at Bayview Cemetery. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home. [b. Aug. 29, 1900 MN]

CARPENTER, Aileen Margaret, age 64, who resided at 2526 Grant Street, passed away at the family residence Sunday, November 10, (1957) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Carpenter had resided in Bellingham the past 21 years and was a member of the Church of the Assumption, Altar Society, Legion of Mary, Catholic Daughters, past city chapter president of Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, member of VFW Auxiliary, Gold Star Mother, past member of the Bellingham Music Club. Surviving relatives include her husband James P. Carpenter of the family home. Six daughters, Mrs. Mary Scheid of Marysville, Wash.; Mrs. Dorcas Oviatt of New York City; Mrs. Martha Brynildsen of Mt. Vernon, Wash., Mrs. Gertrude Martin of Springfield, Ill.; Mrs. Aileen Lowmon of Bellingham; Mrs. Claudette Emley of Bellingham; also six sons, Brooks G. Carpenter of Irvington, Calif.; Lawrence L. of San Lorenzo, Calif.; Eugene J. of Granite Falls, Wash.; Thomas J. of Alameda, Calif.; Hugh S. of Hayward, Calif.; Robert J. of Bellingham; also three sisters, Mrs. George Kary and Mrs. F. J. Herb, both of Bellingham; Mrs. Clifford Starkesen of Seattle; 45 grandchildren; also numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary will be recited on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Bingham & Jerns Funeral Home. Solemn High Mass will be celebrated in the Church of the Assumption Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m. Interment, Bayview Cemetery. Pallbearers will include Mike Cardon, Elmo Hurly, Frank Block, Francis Griswold, Thomas Cairns, Ed Meyers.

CARPENTER, Amanda, age 72, of Route 1, Sedro-Woolley, passed away in a local hospital, Monday, March 25, (1946). Surviving relatives are two sons, Dr. W. Harvey and John O., of Bellingham; two daughters, Mrs. P. W. Major, of Sedro-Woolley, and Mrs. Wesley Nutter, of Bellingham; thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Foster, of Bellingham, and Mrs. George Ortwein, of Maple Falls, Wash. The remains are at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by the Rev. C. Elroy Shikles, Wednesday, March 27, at 1:30 p.m. Final resting place, Bay View.

CARPENTER, Baby, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Carpenter, 2825 Patton Street, passed away at a local hospital Monday, April 23, (1945). Surviving relatives besides the parents, include one brother, Bruce W., and two sisters, Patricia Louise and Roberta Jean, of the home. The paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter, of Bellingham, and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison, of Ferndale. Many other relatives. Graveside services will be held under the direction of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home at Babyland in Bay View cemetery, Tuesday, April 24, with the Rt. Rev. Mnsgr. J. G. Stafford officiating.

CARPENTER, Daniel Ross, age 13 of Cecil, Oregon, passed away in that city on July 24, (1964). Daniel had resided there for the past several years and was a student. He leaves to survive his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter of Cecil, Oregon; 1 sister, Miss Carrie Carpenter, and 1 brother, Dave Carpenter, both of that city; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schy of Everett, Washington; his grandmother, Mrs. Florence Young of Bellingham; numerous uncles and aunts. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 28, at 3:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the Bingham and Jerns Funeral Home. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARPENTER, Sgt. David William of Company K and the 161st Infantry, age 21 years, formerly of 2526 Grant St., who was killed in action on New Georgia Island, Solomons, July 26, 1943. Sgt. Carpenter attended schools in Bellingham and was a graduate of the Assumption School. He was a member of the Church of the Assumption and the Holy Names Society. Surviving relatives include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter; six brothers, Brooks, Tom, Lawrence, Robert, and Hugh all of the city, and Eugene of Everett; six sisters, Mrs. Mary Scheid of Everett, Mrs. Dorcas Oviatt of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Martha Brynildsen of Mt. Vernon, Aileen, Gertrude, and Claudette at home; his grandfather, George L. Carpenter, of Plainview, Minn.; and many other relatives. Graveside services will be conducted at Bay View Cemetery Saturday, July 17, at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Father John McDonnell, assistant pastor of the Assumption Church, officiating, followed by the ritualistic services of the William A. Matthews Post No. 1585 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, under the direction of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home.

CARPENTER, Frank J., age 88, 2300 Elizabeth St., passed away Saturday, January 29, (1966). A 70 year resident of this community, Mr. Carpenter was a retired shingle sawyer and had been a log scaler for Warnick Lumber Co. He was a veteran of the Spanish-American War and a 40-year member and Quartermaster of the Weisenberger Camp No. 8, Spanish-American War Veterans, was a member of Skykomish Lodge 259, F.&A.M. Survivors include four sisters-in-law, Mrs. Elsie Barratt, Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Jean Jones and Mrs. Marguerite Moore, Bellingham, and Mrs. Jessie Peterson, Everett. Services will be conducted Tuesday, February 1, at 1:00 p.m. from Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Dr. Glenn C. Carlson officiating. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARPENTER, Gertrude L., age 82, 2300 Elizabeth Street, passed away in a local hospital Wednesday, Oct. 17, (1962). Mrs. Carpenter was a 68-year resident of this community, a member and past worthy matron of Aereme Chapter No. 201, O.E.S., Skykomish; member and past president of the Spanish-American War Veteran's Auxiliary. Survivors are her husband, Frank J., at home; four sisters, Mrs. E. J. Barrett, Mount Vernon, Mrs. W. A. Moore, city, Mrs. V. P. Jones, city, Mrs. W. O. Peterson, Everett, and numerous nieces and nephews. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Rev. John Mathone on Friday, Oct. 19, at 1:30 p.m. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARPENTER, Inez Betty, age 62, of Lopez Island, passed away Friday, May 15, (1964). A resident of Seattle for 31 years, Mrs. Carpenter had resided on Lopez Island for the past 5 years. She was a former member of the First Methodist Church in Seattle and was a member of the Lopez Island Congregational Church. Survivors are her husband, William W., at home; one son, William W., Jr., of Seattle; two grandchildren, Tim and Rick Carpenter of Seattle; one brother, Gordon Granberg of Mineral, Wash. Memorial services will be conducted at the Lopez Island Congregational Church at Lopez Sunday, May 24 at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Nourse by direction of the Jones Funeral Home.

CARPENTER, John, age 19, of 2526 Grant, passed away suddenly (July 4, 1948) at a New Westminster hospital as a result of an auto accident. He was a member of the Church of the Assumption, the Holy Names Society and C. Y. O. He was a graduate of Bellingham High School, 1946 class. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter; six brothers, Brooks, Lawrence and Tom, of this city, Eugene, of Everett, and Robert and Hugh, at home; six sisters, Mrs. Mary Scheid, of Everett, Mrs. Dorcas Oviatt, of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Martha Brynildsen, of Mount Vernon, Gertrude and Claudette, all at home; his grandfather, George L. Carpenter, of Plainview, Minn., and many other relatives. Rosary will be said Tuesday, July 6, at 7:30 p.m., within the Church of the Assumption. Requiem mass will be said Wednesday, July 7, at 9 a.m., with the Rev. Father John McDonnell officiating. Interment, Bay View cemetery under the direction of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home.

CARPENTER, John Orel, age 60, of 1005 Mason St., passed away in a Seattle hospital Saturday June 22, (1957). Mr. Carpenter had been a resident of this community all his life, was a veteran of World War II, was a member of Alexander J. Hamilton Post No. 7, American Legion, and was a welder at the Bellingham shipyard. Surviving relatives include the widow, Stacy at the family home; two sons, John O., Jr., and Curtis H., both of Bellingham; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Beatty and Mrs. Velma Fraser, both of Bellingham; four grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Major of Sedro Woolley and Mrs. Mary Nutter of Bellingham. The remains will be received by Jones' Harlow-Hollingsworth Funeral Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. Norman B. Harrison and officers of the Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7, American Legion, Thursday, June 27, at 3 p.m. Cremation.

CARPENTER, Mary Sternhagen, age 83, who resided at 2217 Erie St., passed away in a local hospital Wed., Aug. 2, 1978. She had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 57 years and was a member of the Assumption Catholic Church, the CDA, the Alter Society and St. Theresa's Circle. She leaves to survive 1 son, John Sternhagen; 2 grandchildren, Bob Sternhagen and Joan Swope; also 4 great grandchildren, 2 nieces, Josephine Johnsen and Velora Johnsen and 1 nephew, Edward Johnsen, all of Bellingham. Christian Prayer Service will be held Thurs., Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Veroske Jerns Bellingham Chapel with Mass of Christian burial to be celebrated Fri., Aug. 4 at 10 a.m. Assumption Catholic Church with Father John Smith as celebrant with interment to follow in Bayview Cemetery under the direction of Veroske Jern Bellingham Chapel.

CARPENTER, Paul D., age 42, of 2216 Lakeway Drive, passed away Monday, September 10, (1951). Mr. Carpenter was a commercial fisherman and had resided here for the past six years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eula J. Carpenter, at home and his step-father, Louis Fadal, of CleElum, Wash. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by the Rev. W. Carl Calhoun Friday, September 14 at 1 p.m. Final resting place, Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARPENTER, Robert J., age 63 of 2914 Cornwall Ave. passed away Sunday, August 15, 1982. Mr. Carpenter had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 44 years, was the owner of the Parkview Painting Company, was a member of the Church of The Assumption, Knights of Columbus, Bellingham Golf & Country Club, Painters & Decorators Local No. 339, Whatcom Co. Council on Alcoholism, a veteran of WWII, an avid sportsman and very active as a Bellingham Red Raider booster, which the Raider Basketball inspirational trophy is named after him. He leaves to survive his wife Ethel of the family home; 1 daughter Kathleen & husband Art Downs; 2 sons, Dean & wife Kristi, Mark & wife Lori; 8 grandchildren, all of this City. 6 sisters, Mary Scheid of Seattle, Dorcas Oviatt of Fremont, Calif., Gertrude Martin of San Diego, Martha Brynildsen of Mt. Vernon, Aileen Glen & Claudette Mastropoalo, both of this City; 3 brothers, Eugene of Granite Falls, Tom & Hugh both of Fremont, Calif., an aunt Mary Ida & husband Bill Herb of this City. Rosary will be said Tuesday, August 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home. Mass of the Christian Burial will be offered Wednesday, august 18 at 10 a.m. in the Church of the Assumption with Rev. Don Piro officiating. Interment Bayview Cemetery. [b. Dec. 6, 1918 MN]

CARPENTER, Stacy B., 1005 Mason Street, passed away Wednesday, June 15, (1966). Mrs. Carpenter was a lifetime resident of this city. Surviving are two sons, John O. Carpenter and Curtis H. Carpenter; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Beatty and Mrs. Velma Kelsey; also seven grandchildren, all residing in this city. Services will be conducted by Pastor Raymond E. Pfleuger Friday, June 17 at 1 p.m. at the Jones Funeral Home. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARPENTER, Stanley R., age 66, of 1400 12th St. No. 204, Bellingham, passed away Fri., March 21st (1986) in Bellingham. He was born Dec. 3, 1919 in LaMars, Iowa. He was a Whatcom County resident from 1950 to 1959 and over 1 yr. at the present time. His younger years were spent in East Stanwood graduating from high school there. Survivors include his wife, Frances of the family home; sons, Larry M. & wife Eileen Carpenter, Richard S. & wife Kim Carpenter, all of Mt. Vernon, Alan L. & wife Deborah Carpenter of Bloomfield, Connecticut, Stephen R. & wife Sherrie Carpenter of Houston, Texas; brother Alfred L. & wife May Carpenter of Anacortes; 9 grandchildren; numerous nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother, Charles R. Captenter in 1967. Private services will be held. Cremation under the direction of Whatcom Cremation Assoc. Private services under the direction of Greenacres Funeral Home.

CARPENTER, Thomas Joseph, 2 1/2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carpenter, of 617 Eleventh Street, passed away at a local hospital Tuesday, Feb. 3, (1953) following a short illness. Tommy was a member of the Church of the Sacred Heart. Besides his parents he is survived by one sister, Mary Louise and one brother, Jimmy Paul, both at home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Carpenter; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Kink; a great-grandfather, Peter Kink, all of Bellingham; and numerous other relatives. Funeral services were held Thursday, Feb. 5, at 1 p.m. within the Church of Sacred Heart. Interment, Bay View Cemetery under the direction of Westford-Beck Funeral Home.

CARPENTER, Dr. William Harvey, age 58, of 2715 Eldridge Avenue, passed away in a Seattle Hospital Sunday, April 18, (1954). Dr. Carpenter had been a life resident of this community and was a well-known chiropodist. He was a veteran of the First World War with the U. S. Navy, and was a member and past commander of Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7 of the American Legion, and was a member and past president of the Washington State Chiropodists Assn. Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Bessie H. Carpenter; two daughters Miss Diane Elaine Carpenter, and Carolyn Sue Carpenter, all at the family home; a brother, Jack Carpenter of Bellingham, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Nutter of Bellingham, and Mrs. Gladys Major of Sedro Woolley. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by Rev. James M. Wilson, Wednesday, April 21, at 1 p.m. Cremation.

CARPENTIER, Joseph - Funeral services for Western Washington University graduate Joseph "Jack" Carpentier, 34, of Port Townsend, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Star or the Sea Church with Father Raymond Herrernan and Father Max Murray officiating. A rosary will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the church. Mr. Carpentier died Tuesday, Aug. 28, (1990) of injuries from an accident near Montrose, Colo. A 30-pound rock that fell off a passing truck struck Mr. Carpentier's car and killed him. He was born Jan. 15, 1956, at Fort Devens, Mass. He graduated from Western Washington University in 1979 with degrees in cartography and computer science, and has been a contributor to the university. Mr. Carpentier worked for the Boeing Co. for 10 years. Survivors include his parents, Joseph H. and Marjorie A. "Vane" Carpentier of the family home; brothers Dave Carpentier of Marysville, Bill Carpentier of Choctow, Okla., Phil Carpentier of Katy, Tex., Ric Carpentier of Kent, Tim Carpentier of Renton, and Paul Carpentier of Bellingham; two sisters, Dorothy Westlund of Auburn and Ginny Carpenter of Jean, Nev.; and numerous other relatives. Arrangements are by Kosec Funeral Home in Port Townsend.

CARPER, John G., age 72, of 1400 Moore St., passed away Mon. Dec. 4, 1989. A resident of Bellingham since 1981, he married Josephine Wells Dec. 21, 1937 in Olympia; member of West Seattle Alki Lodge No. 152 F&AM; Scottish Rite Bodies; Nile Temple of the Shrine. Survived by his wife Josephine; 2 sons, Dennis Carper of Bellingham, Victor Carper of Missoula, Montana; 2 daughters, Karen Harland of Port Townsend, WA, Johnel Fox of Staten Island, New York; 11 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Joe Carper & Wilburn Carper, both of Roseberg, OR; sister Helen Clemenzi of Massachusetts. Funeral service Thurs. Dec. 7, 1 p.m. Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Richard Strum, Calvary Temple, officiating. Interment Enterprise Cemetery. [b. July 8, 1917 Promise, OR]

CARR, Alvin Wyant, 75, 2249 Lummi Shore Road, died in the family garden Thursday, Sept. 10, 1992. At his request, there will be no services held. Born Dec. 30, 1916, to Ira and Lisa Carr of Renton, he was the youngest of seven children. A graduate of Renton High School, he was a member of the 1935 state championship basket ball team. He attended Western Washington State College and graduated with a music education major. His civilian teaching career was interrupted by the Army draft for World War II in which he served as a classification specialist and tutor for illiterate soldiers. After receiving an honorable discharge he returned to Renton to teach vocal music at his alma mater. In 1946, Mr. Carr and family moved to Whatcom County and settled on Lummi Shore Road. The music director at Ferndale High School for 32 years, he helped build its award-winning music program. He particularly enjoyed directing the High School Choir and follow the achievements of his former pupils. He retired in 1973, wintering in Arizona and fishing at Neah Bay in the summers. His hobbies included golfing, gardening and watching the sun rise. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Aloha Genther Carr, of Bellingham; daughters Ramona Martens of Bellingham and Aloha "Soo" Mounsey of Seattle-Tacoma; son Alvin "Pepar" Carr of Bellingham; brothers Gilbert Carr and Leslie Carr of Auburn; sister Bess Miles of Polson, Mont.; six grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. His son Randle L. Carr has died. Arrangements are by Moles Funeral Home, Ferndale.

CARR, Ann M. - Mass of Christian burial for Ann M. Carr, 85, a Soap Lake resident born and raised in Acme, will be 10 a. m. Wednesday in Soap Lake. A graveside service will be 2 p.m. Friday at Shelton Memorial Park in Shelton. Mrs. Carr died Saturday (May 20, 1989) in an Ephrata hospital. She was born May 2, 1904, in Acme, the daughter of Polish immigrants who settled in Clipper. She was married in 1932 in Shelton to Harold Carr, who died in 1954. She graduated from Whatcom High School, earned a teaching certificate in 1923 from Bellingham Normal school and returned in 1954 to the renamed Western Washington College to receive her bachelor's degree in education. She taught for 35 years, much of that time spent in Mason County. She moved in the mid 1950s to Eastern Washington. Survivors include a son, Harold of Bellevue; a daughter, Mura Tribley of Fairbury, Ill.; a stepdaughter, Virginia Arrasmith of Spokane; a sister-in-law, Mary Mura of Bellingham; seven grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren.

CARR, Brian Lee, age 9, of 2245 Hawthorne St., Ferndale, passed away Thurs., Jan. 2, 1986 at home. Born in [Ronan,] Montana May 25, 1976. He was a Ferndale Resident all his life. He attended the Bakerview Baptist Church, active in the AWNA Program at the First Baptist Church of Ferndale, attended the 4th grade at Central Elementary. He leaves to survive besides his parents Dave W. Carr of Ferndale, a sister, Shelley Carr of the family home; maternal grandparents, Joe & Dorothy Clark of Bellingham; paternal grandparents, Jack & Dorothy Carr of Ferndale; uncle, Jack K. Carr of Ferndale; aunt, Lynne Carr of Seattle; numerous other relatives. Funeral services will be Sat. Jan. 4th at 1:30 p.m. at the Moles Funeral Home with Ken Pollock officiating. Graveside service & burial Mon. Jan. 6 at 1:30 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARR, Christina, age 79 of 2316 Cornwall, passed away Sunday Feb. 27, (1977). Mrs. Carr had been a resident of Bellingham for many years and was a member of the Garden Street Methodist Church, the VFW No. 1585 and Barracks No. 255 Auxiliaries. She leaves to survive her husband, Clifford H. of the family home; 3 daughters, Marguerite Stoddard of Seattle, Louise Bray of this city and Eldeen King of Mt. Vernon; 1 son, Clayton Carr of this city; 11 grandchildren, numerous other relatives. Funeral services will be conducted Weds., Mar. 2 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Westford Funeral Home with Dr. Lawrence Guderian officiating. Interment in Woodlawn.

CARR, Clifford H., age 86 of 2316 Cornwall, passed away Mon. Jan. 26, (1981). Mr. Carr had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 79 years, was a retired foreman at Columbia Valley Sash & Door. He was a member of the Garden Street Methodist Church; the first enlistee from Whatcom County WWI; a member of VFW No. 1585; WWI Barracks No. 225; American Legion Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7; Bellingham Golf & Country Club. He leaves to survive 1 son Clayton Carr, City; 3 daughters, Eldeen King of Mt. Vernon, Louise Bray of this City and Marguerite Stoddard of Seattle; 11 grandchildren; 1 sister Cora Carr of Portland. Funeral services will be conducted Fri. Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery with Rev. Edgar Starr officiating. Westford Funeral Home. [b. Oct. 14, 1894 Webster, SD]

CARR, Cora, age 84, of Burlington & former resident of Portland, passed away Mon. June 24, (1985). She had been a receptionist in a Portland hospital; was also a former school teacher. She leaves to survive several nieces & nephews including Clayton Carr of City, Jack Carr of Ferndale and Eldeen King of Mt. Vernon. Graveside services will be conducted Thurs. June 27 at 2 p.m at Bayview Cemetery with Rev. Edgar L. Starr officiating. Under the direction of Westford Funeral Home. [b. March 18, 1901 Staples, MN]

CARR, Dorothy Dillabough, 80, born September 2, 1911 and died at home Tuesday, August 4, 1992. A lifetime resident of Bellingham Mrs. Carr attended the University of Washington where she was affiliated with the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Mrs. Carr devoted her time to raising her family and several charitable organizations. She enjoyed serving the Whatcom County Museum as a Docent, gardening, traveling and her association with her friends of the Monday Club and Bridge Club. She was a member of the Bellingham Golf and Country Club, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and the Chancel Guild at St. Paul's. Preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, H. Eldredge Carr. She is survived by her three sons, Hugh E. Carr Jr. and wife Ann of Bellevue and their son Michael and daughter Cynthia, Stewart D. Carr and his wife Marcia of Tacoma and their son Bradley and daughter Shelley, and Douglas B. Carr and wife Peggy of Bellingham and daughters Tracy and Kelly. A private memorial service will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church with Rev. John Gibbs officiating.

CARR, Dorothy M., age 64 of Anacortes passed away in Phoenix, Ariz., Sunday Jan. 23, (1977). She was born in Atlanta, Georgia on July 21, 1912, moved to Bellingham in 1919, received her schooling in that area, married Elton Carr June 16, 1935, Bellingham. She worked for Sears Roebuck for 10 years retiring in 1969. She is survived by her husband, Elton, Anacortes; 1 son, Alan of LaConner; 1 daughter, Velora Hapland of Lynden; her mother, Mrs. Charles Benedict, Anacortes; 1 brother, James A. Smith, Seattle; 6 grandchildren. She was a member of the Church of Christ, Anacortes. Services will be held Thursday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. Evans-Engdahl Funeral Chapel, Rev. Lynnton Elwell will officiate. Burial in Fern Hill Cemetery.

CARR, Edna E., age 78 of 3330 Northwest Ave. Apr. 3-C, Bellingham, passed away Fri., Mar. 28, (1975). Mrs. Carr had been a resident of Bellingham for the last 9 months, previously resided in Bellingham from 1925 to 1946 and in Oregon from 1946 to 1974. She is survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Billee Bochnak of Portland; 2 sons, Donald W. of Las Vegas, Jack M. of Ferndale; 1 sister, Mrs. Cora Sigmund of Bellingham; 2 brothers, Walter Foster in Calif., Theodore Foster of Seattle; 8 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, numerous other relatives. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. David Nelson Tuesday, April 1 at 3:30 p.m. in Moles Funeral Chapel. Entombment will follow in Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon.

CARR, Estelle, age 86 of 2811 Ellis St., passed away in this city. Mrs. Carr was a 60 year resident of this community, member of First Baptist Church; Priscilla Circle of First Baptist Church; Senior activity Center; P.L.F. Federated Womens Club and a WWSU Alumnus. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Harshman of Newark Estates, Delaware, 2 grandsons, John Harshman of Newark Estates, Delaware, Steven Gilmore of Tallahassee, Florida, 1 granddaughter, Mrs. Diane Gilmore, Tallahassee, Florida. At her request no services will be held at this time. Memorial services at a later date. Cremation at Greenacres Memorial Park. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home.

CARR, H. Eldridge "Brick" the great-grandson of Bellingham's co-founder, Edward Eldridge, has died at 82. Carr's name represented service to the community. Among his achievements: An Eagle Scout at age 17; A term on the Bellingham City Council; More than 61 years of active service with the Bellingham Rotary Club, 30 as secretary. He was named a Paul Harris Fellow for his work. Until his retirement in 1972, Carr owned and operated the S. L. Carr Insurance Agency founded by his father. In a Bellingham Herald interview in late 1990, Carr recalled growing up in early Bellingham and playing along Bellingham Bay. "I can remember going swimming down there when I was a boy. Where the Nooksack came into the bay, it was virtually fresh water, and really warm over the sandy flats. There were picnic tables with gas barbecues down there then." Carr was especially proud of Bellingham Rotary Club's prime role in creating a bay-front park, Boulevard Park. "He was very proud of his family, and he traveled to Ireland and Scotland to look up his ancestors," said H. Humphrey Griggs, a lifelong Bellingham friend. He was always a social guy, into (United Way), that sort of thing," said George Boynton, another Bellingham friend. Carr died Sunday (Feb. 23, 1992) at his home. A private memorial service will be on Saturday in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home. He was born Sept. 3, 1909, in Bellingham to Sabine and May Gilligan Carr. He was a charter member of Bellingham Boy Scout Troop 5 and a graduate of Whatcom High School. While attending the University of Washington, he was manager of the varsity basketball team and a member of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. He graduated in 1931. He was a member of the Bellingham Golf and Country Club and St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He served on the City Council for one term 20 years ago. He married Dorothy Dillabough Carr in April 1935. She survives him at the family home. Other survivors include his sons, Hugh E. Carr Jr. of Bellevue, Stewart D. Carr of Tacoma and Douglas B. Carr of Bellingham; and six grandchildren.

CARR, Helen J. - Funeral services for Helen J., age 90 of 1504 E. Section, Mt. Vernon, formerly of Bellingham, will be Fri. Oct. 2, 3 p.m. at Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Richard D. Talley officiating. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park. Mrs. Carr passed away Sept. 29, 1981. She is survived by 2 sons, Merritt and wife Dee Carr, Lawrence & wife Melberne Carr all of Seattle; 1 daughter, Irene & husband Gordon Downs of Mt. Vernon; 10 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. A resident of Whatcom & Skagit Counties for the past 55 years, Mrs. Carr was a member of First Christian Church; was active in Ladies Aid Society of the Church and had been a Sunday School teacher at First Christian Church for many years. [b. May 29, 1891 Cherokee, IA]

CARR, Helen R. - A memorial service for Helen Recher Carr, 67, of 77 Sudden Valley Drive N. E. will be at 3 p.m. today at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. John Gibbs officiating. Mrs. Carr died Saturday, Feb. 1, 1992, at her home. The body will be cremated. She was born to Carlton Albert and Hilma Cullander on March 28, 1924, in Iron Mountain, Mich. She moved in 1986 to Bellingham. Mrs. Carr was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and the Corinthian Yacht Club. She had worked for Bellingham National Bank. Survivors include her husband John O. Carr of the family home, sons, Eugene Recher of Hudson, Ohio, Carlton Recher of Knoxville, Tenn., and Alan Recher of Minneapolis, Minn; daughter, Mary Thomas of Minneapolis; sisters, Clarice Allen of Paoli, Pa., Kathryn Setterberg of Iron Mountain and Evelyn Wright of Bellingham; and 11 grandchildren. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.

CARR, Randall LeiRoy - Another tragic accident occurring in the area claimed the life of a third drowning victim within the week, as Randall LeiRoy (Randy) Carr, age 24, drowned Saturday (June 27, 1970) afternoon. Randy, with his brother-in-law, Terry Martens and a fellow dental school companion were scuba diving off Matia Island Saturday afternoon. Randy decided not to accompany the other two into deeper water, and when found a short time later, was in six feet of water. Apparently his scuba equipment was in working order. Altho efforts to revive him continued as the group, which included Randy's wife, the former Karen Christenson of Ferndale, and his sister, Mrs. Ramona Martens of Bellingham raced to the mainland, they were futile. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carr, were on a trip with the Winton Gates and they were not reached until Monday. They flew home from Montana, arriving in Seattle Tuesday morning. Randy was a 1964 graduate of Ferndale High School and attended the University School of Dentistry with only one year left before receiving his degree. He had just finished a term as president of Psi Omega. Other survivors include a sister, Miss Soo Carr of Bellingham; and one brother, Alvin S. W. (Pepar) Carr in the U.S. Navy. Funeral services will be conducted in Zion Lutheran Church Friday July 3 at 10:30 a.m. by the Rev. Donald Cornell, who is flying home from Wisconsin for the service. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of Moles Funeral Home.

CARR, Sabine L. "Larry" age 50, 14775 S.W. Upland Drive, Lake Oswego, Oregon, passed away at home Saturday, March 21, (1964). Mr. Carr was a five year resident of Lake Oswego, and was an accountant for Georgia-Pacific. He was a member of the Episcopal Church, and a veteran of WWII. Survivors are his widow, Phyllis Marie, at home; one daughter, Colleen Carr; one son Craig Carr, both at home; one brother, H. Eldridge Carr, City, and his mother, Mrs. May G. Pew of this city. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Father W. Robert Webb Wednesday, March 25 at 10:30 a.m. at the Jones Funeral Home.

CARR, William Wood, age 78, of 2811 Ellis St., passed away in a local hospital Friday, Feb. 10. (1956). Mr. Carr has been a resident of this community the past 42 years and was retired timekeeper for Bloedel-Donovan Company. Surviving relatives include his wife, Estelle at the family home, a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Harshman of Seattle, a granddaughter, Miss Diane Harshman of Seattle, two sisters, Mrs. Margery Allie of Clinton, Wash. and Mrs. Mary Austin of Sulpher Springs, Tex., and numerous nieces and nephews. The remains rest at the Jones Harlow-Hollingworth Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Rev. James Hughes Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 10:30 a. m. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARRICK, Enid Ambrose - Retired piano teacher Enid Ambrose Carrick, who brought music skills and appreciation to hundreds of Whatcom County youngsters during a private teaching career of more than 70 years, died Feb. 13, 1995 at the age of 94. A longtime member and a past president (in 1937) of the Bellingham Music Club, which honored her in 1990 with establishment of the Enid Carrick Piano Scholarship Award. Mrs. Carrick gave private piano instruction in her Bellingham home and in Lynden for most of her teen and adult life. She retired from music teaching in the mid 1980s, although remaining active in the Music Club, which last year gave her life membership status. She was born May 21, 1900, in Harrison, Neb. to Junius W. and Laura Ambrose Smith. She came to Nooksack at the age of 1 with her parents, who operated a general store and harness shop there in the early 1900s. Raised as a child in Nooksack and a graduate of Nooksack High School, Mrs. Carrick lived her entire adult life in Bellingham. After seven years as a resident of the Willows Retirement Community in Bellingham, she spent the past year in a private Snohomish area nursing facility until her death, ending a three-year battle with cancer. She taught her first piano pupil at the age of 14, and that experience developed into a career that continued for the next 70 years. She graduated from Bellingham Normal School and continued music studies at College of Puget Sound. She taught elementary school for three years before devoting full-time to private piano instruction. A Christian Scientist since her early teen years, she was a member of Bellingham First Church of Christ Scientist. She was preceded in death in 1964 by her husband, John, a career bookkeeper with Puget Sound Power and Light Co. She is survived by a daughter, June Larrick of Visalia, Calif. and two sons, John and wife Idona Carrick of South China, Maine, and Ned and wife Bonnie Carrick of Snohomish; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

CARRICK, John, age 70, of 132 S. Forest, passed away in a local hospital Saturday, January 4, (1964). Born in Dairy, Scotland, he was a 54 year resident of Bellingham and was a retired accountant for Puget Power. Mr. Carrick was a World War I Veteran of the Canadian 58th Infantry. He attended the First Church of Christ Scientist. He was a member of Pierre B. Cornwall Lodge No. 289 F&AM, member and past master of Whatcom Lodge No. 151, F&AM, a member of the Northwest Past Masters Association, and a member of Scottish Rite Bodies. Survivors are his wife, Enid A. at home; 2 sons, John G. of Brunswick, Maine, and William E. "Ned" of Snohomish; 1 daughter, Mrs. Enid June Larrick, Santa Maria, Calif., 7 grandchildren; 2 sisters, Miss Agnes Carrick and Miss Elizabeth Carrick, both of Yakima. Remains rest at Jones Funeral Home where Christian Science services will be read Tuesday, January 7, at 10:30 a.m. followed by ritualistic services by the officers of Whatcom Lodge No. 151 F&AM, followed by cremation.

CARRICK, Mima Stirton, age 77 years, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Keagle, 316 Briar Road, Monday morning, April 1, (1946). Mrs. Carrick had been a resident of this community for the past thirty-eight years and was a member of the First Congregational Church. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Ella Carrick, of Eugene, Oregon, and Mrs. G. W. Keagle, of Bellingham. Funeral services will be conducted from the First Congregational Church, Wednesday, April 1, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. W. Carl Calhoun, pastor, officiating. Interment, Bay View Cemetery, under direction of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home.

CARROLL, Carrie, age 66, of Box 23, Concrete, Washington, passed away in a local hospital Wednesday, January 10, (1951). Mrs. Carroll had resided in that city for the past twelve years and leaves to survive, one son, Paul Carroll, of Concrete. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by the Rev. Clarence Haugen Monday, January 15, at 1:30 p. m. Cremation.

CARROLL, Cecil C., 71, former Bellingham resident, died Aug. 26, (1980), in Oregon. Born in Ross, Calif., he moved to Bellingham in 1948, where he married the former Sadie Decker. Before moving back to California in 1962, he was employed by the city of Bellingham Engineering Department. He moved to Oregon in 1974. He is survived by his wife, a son, two daughters, and six grandchildren. Private services were held under the direction of Prineville Funeral Home, Prineville, Ore.

CARROLL, Christopher Brendan, age 3 months, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Carroll, 1261 Paradise Road, Ferndale, passed away Tues., Oct. 30, 1979. Also surviving is 1 brother, John Jason at home, grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. G. Garry Gillespie of Bellingham, Mr. & Mrs. Art Carroll of Ferndale. Graveside services will be conducted by Father Harold Lawrence, Monday, Nov. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at Enterprise Cemetery. Burial under direction of Moles Funeral Home.

CARROLL, Frank - Services for Frank Carroll, 97, who lived for many years in Whatcom County, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Valley Hills Mortuary Chapel in Zillah, Wash. Mr. Carroll died Sunday (Jan. 8, 1989) of natural causes in Toppenish. He was born Nov. 29, 1891 in Little Rock, Ark. He lived in Ferndale until 1940, when he moved to Kent. He moved to Zillah in 1967 upon retirement. Fond of gardening and fishing, Mr. Carroll was a member of the Toppenish-Meridian Lodge No. 178 and the First Christian Church in Zillah. His first wife, Willie C. Carroll, died in 1969. Survivors include his second wife, Pauline; five sons, J. Leonard Carroll of St. Cloud, Minn., Art Carroll of Ferndale, Lou Carroll of Woodinville, Gordon Carroll of Redmond and Clayton Carroll of Kent; a stepson Bill Barthalow of Goldendale; 24 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Della Tollevan and Ethel Horn, both of Texas; and two brothers, Ed and Ray Carroll of California.

CARROLL, Gladys Adele - Services for Deming resident Gladys Adele Carroll will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Deming Presbyterian Church, with Pastor Sharon Hair officiating. Carroll died Friday (Jan. 5, 1990) at an area rest home. She was 81. Born Dec. 12, 1908, in Windsor, Colo., she lived in Marysville before moving to Deming in 1980. She was a member of Deming Presbyterian Church, where she was active in its senior center. She also enjoyed needlework. Her husband, Thomas W. Carroll, died in 1982. Survivors include three sons, Thomas Carroll of Stanwood and Jerry Carroll and Kenneth Carroll, both of Deming; a brother, Kirby Horner of Wyoming; two sisters in Wyoming, Joan Nordquist and Cora Clark; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel.

CARROLL, Harry died in Huntington Beach, Ca. Thursday, Dec. 4, (1980). He was 95. Private services were held at the family home Saturday, Dec. 6. Mr. Carroll and his wife Grace came to Leisure World in 1964 when the community was in its formative stage and he was chairman of the committee that drafted the first bylaws for the President's Council He called on his many years' experience with farm cooperatives to help build Leisure World into the unique and successful community it is today. Born in Kansas City, Mo., he worked his way through the University of Minnesota, majoring in agricultural science. He operated the family farm near Ellensburg, Wash. until 1917 when he was appointed the first County Agricultural Extension agent for Whatcom County. There followed a long career of government agricultural work. He retired from the Department of Agriculture in 1944 (sic). Serving as deputy food administrator in World War I, he helped organize the first two farmer cooperatives in his area and served on the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives. Immediately following his retirement from USDA, he was appointed executive secretary of the Washington State Council of Farmer Cooperatives. During the next 17 years he worked with 139 farmer cooperatives and served as director of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives for many years. The Carrolls customarily spent the spring months at a second home on Samish Island. Mr. Carroll is survived by his wife and their daughter Ysabel (Mrs. Peter) Jordan, of San Diego and their two children, Michael and Marsha.

CARROLL, John W., age 41, of 2627 Iron St., passed away suddenly Saturday, Aug. 5, (1961) while at work as an operating engineer on the Hanson Dam at Enumclaw. Mr. Carroll had resided in this community for the past 3 1/2 years and previously had been a 4-year resident of Vancouver, B. C. He had served with the U. S. Marine Corps during World War II; was a member of Bellingham Lodge No. 194, B. P. O. Elks, and a member of the Operating Engineers Union, and leaves to survive his widow, Verna M., at home; one son, Jack of Miami, Fla., and one daughter in Alabama; mother, Mrs. John Carroll, Sr., in Elba, Alabama; one step-son Robert Hartman and one step-daughter, Mrs. Laverne Gullette, both of Everett, Wn.; two step-grandchildren; two brothers, Leon and Donald both in Alabama. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Mr. Tom Arbogast Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 3 p.m. Final resting place, Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARROLL, Katherine "Casey" of Bellingham died Thursday, Dec. 30, 1993. She was 80. Memorial services will be scheduled later at Unitarian Fellowship. Miss Carroll was born Aug. 29, 1913, to Thomas and Elizabeth Gahagan Carroll in Peabody, Mass. She received a bachelor's degree from State Teachers College at Salem, Mass., in 1933 and a master's degree from Boston University in 1937. In 1944, she taught junior high school in Marblehead, Mass. She also taught at Swampscott Junior High and was social studies teacher-chairman or the Tantasqua School District in Sturbridge, Mass., while she pursued her doctorate. Miss Carroll received her doctorate from Boston University in 1954 and taught at Roosevelt University in Chicago from 1955 to 1957. In 1959, she came to Western Washington University, where she taught 21 years. She was a Fullbright-Hays Exchange teacher at National University in Trujillo, Peru, and participated in a cooperative teacher exchange at Garfield High School in Seattle. She also was co-editor of "FAST," the faculty-staff newspaper at Western, and was past president of Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. She was preceded in death by a brother and a sister. Survivors include many friends and former students. Arrangements by Peoples Memorial Association of Seattle.

CARROLL, Lucille M., age 70, formerly of Mt. Vernon, passed away in Bellingham Sunday June 10, 1988. She leaves to survive 1 sister, June McPhail of Bellingham; 1 sister-in-law, Katherine Impero of Bellingham; numerous nieces & nephews. Christian Prayer Service will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, at Jerns Leveck Funeral Chapel with Father John Madigan officiating. Interment will follw at Bayview Cemetery.

CARROLL, Thomas William, age 78 who resided at 5077 Karen St., Deming, passed away in a local hospital Wed. July 28, 1982. He was a retired steam fitter & welder. He leaves to survive his wife Gladys Carroll of Deming; 3 sons, Kenneth Carroll of Van Zant, Thomas Carroll of Stanwood and Gerald Carroll of Montana; 3 sisters, Melva Hansen of Wyoming, Dorothy Vermillion of Colorado and Geraldine Collins of Arizona; 6 grandchildren. Fellowship will be held this Sunday, August 1 at the Deming Presbyterian Church from 2 to 4 p.m. Graveside services will be held at a later date in Laramie, Wyoming. Arrangements by Jerns-LeVeck Funeral Chapel & Crematorium. [b. Sept. 11, 1903 Pueblo, CO]

CARROLL, Wilson William, of Bellingham died Thursday, Dec. 1, 1994, in Bellingham. He was 81. Born April 19, 1913, to Nathan and Anna Welborn Carroll in Pueblo, Colo., he moved to Bellingham in the early 1970s. Survivors include sons Randy Thies of Colbert and Buddy Carroll of Pueblo, and numerous other relatives. There will be a private family service. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home and Cremation Service.

CARRUTHERS, Irvin Fairbairn, age 82 of 1201 Puget St., passed away Sept. 12, (1975) in a local hospital. Born in Duluth, Minn., Mr. Carruthers was a Bellingham resident for the past 44 years, a lifelong attendant of the Presbyterian Church and a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham. In WWI, he served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force for 5 years, was a member of the Albert J. Hamilton Post American Legion and Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 44 F&AM. He was manager of the Herald Bldg from 1931 to 1960 prior to his retirement. Surviving wife, Rachel Jeffcott Carruthers, 1 daughter, Mrs. Calvin (Joan) Longstreth, 3 grandchildren, Brian, Bruce and David Longstreth all of Wiser Lake Rd., Lynden, and 1 great grandson, Jamie. Funeral services Tuesday Sept. 16 at 3 p.m. Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Russell G. Bisnett officiating and Officers of Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 44 F&AM participating. Interment Enterprise Cemetery.

CARRUTHERS, Rachel Jeffcott, 91, 1201 Puget Street, Bellingham, passed away at Alderwood Park Conv. Center, Bellingham, Sunday, Dec. 25, 1994. She was born on June 14, 1903 at Ferndale, WA to Percival and Rebecca (Tarte) Jeffcott and was a Whatcom County resident for 83 years. She lived in Portland, OR for eight years where she met Irvin Carruthers. Rachel was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham and was active in the Ginny Whitney Circle. She was the librarian of the Pickett House Museum. Her husband Irvin F. Carruthers preceded her in death in Sept. 1975. Survivors include daughter Joan and husband Calvin Longstreth of Lynden; 3 grandsons: Brian Longstreth, Lynden; Bruce Longstreth and wife Jacki, Bellingham; David Longstreth and wife Nancy of Lynden; 6 great grandchildren; sister, Mabelle & Elwin Smith, Bellingham; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Graveside services will be Thursday, Dec. 29, 12:15 p.m. at Enterprise Cemetery with Rev. Harvey Petersen officiating. Memorial service Thurs., Dec. 29, at 1 p.m. at Moles Funeral Home Chapel.

CARSEY, Elsie V., age 48, of Portland, Oregon, passed away Thursday, June 21, (1951) in a Bellingham hospital after a brief illness. Mrs. Carsey had spent the majority of the time for the past 35 years in Whatcom County. Surviving relatives include her mother, Mrs. Eliza Shettler of Port Angeles; five sisters, Mrs. Leona Furman and Mrs. Mildred Davis, both of Bellingham; Mrs. Frances Quante of Seattle; Mrs. Mary McCoy of Tacoma; Mrs. Thelma Headrick of Port Angeles; one brother, Maynard Shettler of Redwood City, Calif., and numerous other relatives. Private services will be conducted Saturday, June 23 at 1 p.m. within the Monroe Chapel at Ferndale with the Rev. C. G. Albertson officiating. Cremation.

CARSLAY, Thomas Melvin, of Blaine died Monday, March 15, 1993. He was 66. Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Yarrington's Funeral Home in Seattle. Born May 22, 1926, in Aberdeen, Mr. Carslay married Annabelle Rhodes on May 10, 1946, in Seattle. The owner and operator of an auto parts business in the Seattle area, Mr. Carslay was a member of Delta-White Center Masonic Lodge and Nile Shrine, both in the Seattle area. After retirement, he became an avid fisher and golfer. He also enjoyed being outdoors and gardening. Mr. Carslay lived in Whatcom County since 1987. Survivors include his wife of Blaine; sons Thomas G. Carslay of Everson and Barry Carsly of Blaine; daughter Jeri Finch of Seattle; cousin Hans "Duke" Simonsen of Seattle; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Arrangements by Whatcom Cremation Association.

CARSNER, Clarence R., age 61, of 2510 Humboldt, passed away at a local hospital Friday, February 17, (1950) following a short illness. Mr. Carsner was a retired painter and had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 36 years. He was a member of the Painters Union, Local 924. Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Nellie M. Carsner; one step-son, Theodore Nickelson, U. S. Army, Fort Dix, N. J.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Arthur Shearer and Mrs. Zerril Hickok, both city; six grandchildren; two brothers, John and Lyle; one nephew, Louis Scrimsher; one niece, Mrs. Arthur Gaasland, all of Bellingham. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, February 20, at 1 p. m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home, with Dr. A. Paul Daugherty, pastor of the First Christian Church officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARSNER, Frances G. Smith of Bellingham died Saturday, April 16, 1994, in Bellingham. She was 77. Visitation will be 1 to 4 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday at Jones-Moles Funeral Home. A funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Jones-Moles Funeral Home. Born Nov. 5, 1916, in Salt Lake City to John and Cornelia Uffens, she lived in Whatcom County since. 1952. She worked in the food industry for several years, retiring from Saga Foods in 1984. Her family was her foremost interest. Mrs. Carsner was preceded in death by her husbands Fletcher O. Smith and John M. Carsner. Survivors include daughters Norma Smith Lashlee of Bremerton and Marsha Smith Coulthurst and Leslie Smith Mead, both of Bellingham; sons Ronald Smith of Courtney, B. C., and John Carsner of Aloha, Ore.; brother Orlando Uffens of Bountiful, Utah; sisters Cora Willardson and Aletta Owens, both of Salt Lake City; 28 grandchildren; and 20 great grandchildren.

CARSNER, John M., of 2724 Valencia, passed away at the family home Monday, March 14, (1966). Mr. Carsner was a lifetime resident of Bellingham and was an automobile salesman. He was a member of the Teamsters Union, Local No. 231. He leaves to survive his wife, Mrs. Frances Carsner of the family home; 2 sons, John Jr., of the home, Ron smith of City; 3 daughters, Miss Leslie Carsner of the family home; Mrs. Norma Bergeson of Silverdale, Wash.; Mrs. Marcia Tobin, of Dugway, Utah; a niece, Mrs. June Gaasland of city. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, March 17 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home.

CARSNER, Lyle D., age 63 of 3200 Northwest Avenue, passed away in a local hospital Monday, September 7, (1964). Mr. Carsner had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 52 years and was a retired teamster and commercial fisherman. He was retired from the Teamster Union, Local 741, Seattle. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margret Carsner of the family home; 1 son, Rodney A., of Sacramento; 1 brother, John and 1 niece, Mrs. June Gaasland, both of Bellingham. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, September 10, at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home, followed by cremation.

CARSNER, Nellie May, age 64 years, of 2115 Humboldt, passed away in a local hospital, Tuesday, Dec. 27, (1955) following an extended illness. Mrs. Carsner had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 30 years and is survived by one son, Sgt. Theodore Nickelsen, of Fort Meade, Maryland; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Shearer, and Mrs. Zerril Hickok, both of this city; six grandchildren; one brother, Wright Huber of Hoquaim; two sister, Mrs. Doris Teetz of Hoquiam and Mrs. Dollie Gaunt of Portland. Funeral services were conducted Thursday, Dec. 29, at 1:30 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home with Rev. C. Eugene Sabin, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARSON, Alice E., age 81, who resided at 2306 C St., passed away in a local hospital Sunday, April 12, (1959) following a brief illness. Mrs. Carson had resided in Bellingham for the past 53 years and was a member of First Presbyterian Church. She was also a member of the Rebekah Lodge No. 143 and was a Charter member of the Ladies auxiliary, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 31. She leaves to survive her son, Ernest B. Carson of Bellingham; 2 brothers, William R. Scott and Fred G. Scott, both residing in Canada; her sister, Miss Alberta Scott of Los Angeles, Calif. Rev. Arthur Bezanson will officiate at funeral services on Wednesday, April 15 at 2 o'clock in the Chapel of Bingham and Jerns Funeral Home. Interment Bayview Cemetery.

CARSON, Anne, died Thursday, Dec. 10, 1992. She was 86. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Jones-Moles Funeral Home with the Rev. William Gilfillan of Geneva Community Church officiating. Burial will be in Bayview Cemetery. She was born Sept. 24, 1906, in Manistique, Mich., to August and Charlotte Peterson. A resident of Whatcom County for 75 years, she was a member of Bellingham Golf and Country Club, and the Bellingham Senior Center. Survivors include brothers, Elmer Peterson and Knute Peterson, both of Seattle; nephews George Myers of Bellingham and James Peterson of Colo. Arrangements by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.

CARSON, Claude R., age 61 of 2100 Humboldt St., passed away Nov. 7, (1975). A lifetime resident of Whatcom County, Mr. Carson was a member of Laborers Union Local No. 276. Surviving wife, Arlene; 3 daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Emde, Miss Lillian Carson, both of Bellingham and Mrs. Shirley Tuor of Everett; 1 son, David Carson of Anacortes; 6 grandchildren including Shirley Emde of Bellingham; 2 sisters, Mrs. Marie King and Mrs. Edna Soderquist, both of Bellingham; 5 brothers, Roy of Sebastopol, Calif., Gene of Snohomish, Walter, George and Glen all of Seattle. Funeral services Monday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. Jones Funeral Home. Interment Bay View Cemetery.

CARSON, David, age 72 years, 1008 D Street, passed away at a local hospital, Tuesday, April 26, (1949), following a lingering illness. Mr. Carson had been a resident of Whatcom County for the past forty-four years and had spent twelve years of that time at Sumas, Wash., where he was well-known. Funeral services will be conducted at the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral Home, Friday, April 29, at 2 p.m. with Rev. W. McKnight, officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.

CARSON, Gordon E., age 10, of 6215 43rd Ave. Northeast, Seattle, passed away in that city Wednesday, April 29, (1953). Gordon had lived in Seattle most of his life, and was a student at the Bryant Grade School. He was a member of the Cub Scouts, Pack 64, Den 6, in Spokane, and a member of the English Lutheran Church of White Center, Seattle. Surviving relatives include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Carson, at the family home, a brother, Wayne, also at the home; his grandmother, Mrs. Lilly Carson, of Bellingham, and his grandfather, Mr. G. E. Anderson, of Bellingham. Funeral services will be conducted at the Butterworth Mortuary in Seattle on Saturday, May 2, at 3 p.m. Following the service, the remains will be brought to Bellingham where they will lie in state at the Harlow-Hollingsworth Funeral Home during Sunday. Graveside services will be conducted at Woodlawn cemetery by Rev. Clarence Haugen, Monday, May 4, at 10:30 a.m.

CARSON, Harry, age 86 years, of 1817 Julia St., passed away in a local hospital, Saturday, Aug. 16, (1952) following a short illness. Mr. Carson has been a resident of Bellingham for the past 21 years. He is survived by his wife, Lillian; seven sons, Victor and Claude, Bellingham, Walter and George of Seattle,, Roy and Eugene in California, Glen, U. S. Navy, stationed in Japan; two daughters, Mrs. Edna Soderquist, Mrs. Marie King of Bellingham; 28 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, August 20, at 1:30 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home with the Rev. Ernest Gates, pastor of the Fairhaven Methodist Church officiating. Interment, Bay View.

CARSON, Inice, age 49, 5021 35th S.W., Seattle, passed away in that City Thursday, November 7, (1963). Mrs. Carson was born in Bellingham, and had lived here until 1940, at which time she moved to Seattle. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church in West Seattle. Survivors are her husband, Walter, at home; one son, Wayne, at home; father, G. E. Anderson, City; and a half sister, Mrs. Helen Djumovich, Seattle. Services will be conducted at the First Lutheran Church in West Seattle Monday, November 11 at 10:00 a.m. Graveside services will be conducted by Pastor R. E. Pfleuger at Woodlawn Cemetery at 2:30 p.m. under the direction of the Jones Funeral Home.

CARSON, Jacque Lee, age 54 of Rt. 4, Poulsbo, passed away Fri., Aug. 31, 1979. She was a former resident and well-known interior decorator, member of the Nat. Service of Interior Design. Survived by her husband, Robert W. Carson; 1 son, Gary Watson of Seattle; a daughter, Rebecca Watson of Lynden; her mother, Hazel Crawford and 1 brother, Clifton Crawford, both of Seattle. Funeral services will be conducted Tues., Sept. 4, at 2 p.m. within the chapel of the Westford Funeral Home. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARSON, Lillie M., 1817 Julia St., age 84, passed away Sunday, June 12, (1966). A forty-year resident of this city, Mrs. Carson was a member of Broadway United Presbyterian Church. Survivors are seven sons, Victor H., city; Walter R., Seattle; Claude, city; George, Seattle; Toy, Sebastopol, Cal.; Glen, Mountlake Terrace and Gene of Edmonds; two daughters, Mrs. Marie King and Mrs. Edna Soderquist, both of this city; thirty-four grandchildren and thirty-one great-grandchildren. Services were conducted by Rev. Theodore Hegg today, June 14 at 3 p.m. at the Jones Funeral Home, followed by burial in Bay View Cemetery.

CARSON, Matilda, age 78 of Eastsound, passed away Wed. April 30, (1980) in a Seattle hospital. Mrs. Carson was past secretary of the Nooksack Tribal Council and a member of the Nooksack Indian Methodist Church. She leaves to survive her husband Halbert of the family home; 1 stepson Ronald Carson of Eastsound; 1 brother Joseph Louie of Everson; 2 nieces, Lois Louie of Everson and Donna Roberts of Lynden, 1 nephew, Harry Solomon of Everson. Funeral services will be conducted Friday May 2 at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home with Rev. Eva Wiesman officiating. Interment Job Cemetery.

CARSON, Walter R. beloved father of W. Wayne Carson; beloved friend of Evelyn McCarty, both of Seattle; brother of Glen Carson, Bellevue, Gene Carson, Snohomish, George Carson, Seattle, Roy Carson, Calif., Edna Soderquist & Marie King, both Bellingham. Services Fri. 10 a.m. West Home Chapel. Interment Fri. 2 p.m. Woodlawn Cemetery, Bellingham. [d. May 1982]

CARSON, William, age 75 years, 2306 C Street, passed away at a local hospital, Tuesday, March 1, (1949) following a lingering illness. Mr. Carson had been a resident of Bellingham for the past forty-one years and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, the F. O. E. Bellingham Aerie No. 31, and the W. O. W. He had worked for Bloedel-Donovan for about forty years, previous to his illness. Surviving relatives include his widow, Mrs. Alice Carson; one son E. B/D. Carson, Bellingham; and one sister, Mrs. Annie Graham, Vancouver, B. C. The remains rest at the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral Home, where funeral services will be conducted Friday, March 4, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Robert McFarlane, D. D., officiating, followed by ritualistic services of the F. O. E., Bellingham Aerie No. 31. Interment in Bay View Cemetery. Casket Bearers will be Messrs Rod Kennedy, Louis Broten, Ed Anderson, Byron Beard, Charles Adams and Melvin Aason.

CARTEE, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cartee of 2208 Valencia, passed away in a local hospital Money, June 2, (1958). Surviving relatives, in addition to the parents, include three half-sisters, Jaqueline Streiff (sic), Janie Steriff (sic) and Jeri Lynn Streiff, all at the family home. Graveside services will be conducted at Woodlawn Cemetery Wednesday, June 4, at 10:30 a. m. under the direction of Jones Funeral Home.

CARTEE, John Calvin, age 65 of 802 1/2 N. State St., passed away Friday, March 24, (1978). Survived by 1 step-son, Harold Bowen of city. Funeral services Monday, March 27 at 10:30 a.m. within the Chapel of Westford Funeral Home. Interment Bayview Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

CARTER, Blanche Lillian, age 75, of 2811 Pullman St., passed away Thurs. July 12, (1984). Mrs. Carter had been a resident of Whatcom County for the past 40 years, was a member of the American Diabetes Association, was a county school teacher for 14 years in Lemmon, So. Dakota. She leaves to survive her husband William F. of the family home; 1 son, William J. Carter of this city; 2 daughters, Bonnie Lee of Woodinville, Wash. and Barbara Green of this city; 5 grandchildren; 3 brothers, Donald Windmueller of Wrangell, Alaska, Clyde Windmueller of Charlo, Montana, Woodrow Windmueller of Rialto, Calif. Funeral services will be conducted Tues. July 17 at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home with Rev. Jeff Grant officiating. Interment Bay View. [b. Dec. 4, 1908 Dickson, ND]

CARTER, Charles, of 1149 Undine St. died Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1993. He was 75. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Bellingham with the Rev. Keith Madsen officiating. Born Dec. 30, 1917, to James A. and Nancy Carter in Concrete, he lived in Bellingham all his life except for six years in the military. He married Lucille Anderson in Reno, Nev., on Aug. 5, 1943. Mr. Carter worked for Puget Sound Power & Light Co. for 35 years, retiring in 1981. He was active as a Boy Scout leader and scout council commissioner, receiving the Silver Beaver Award. He also was Worthy Patron of Sehome Chapter of Rainbow Girls and a Rainbow board member, receiving the Grand Cross of Color. A life member and Past Master of Pierre B. Cornwall Masonic Lodge, he also was Past Master of Rose Croix Scottish Rite and a Shriner. Mr. Carter was president of Fairhaven Lions Club, "Lion of the Year" in 1966 and twice president of the Exchange Club. Survivors include his wife; daughters Nancy Winton of Atherton, Calif., Suzanna Moore of Bellingham, Teresa Slyter of Redwood City, Calif., and Denise Carter Libo of Albuquerque, N. M.; son Bruce A. Carter of Bellingham; brother James A Carter of Bellingham; and six grandchildren.

CARTER, Charles H, age 56, of 901 Forest St., passed away in a local hospital, Wednesday, Aug. 23, (1961). A steam plant superintendent at the Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Co., Mr. Carter was a 23-year resident of Bellingham. He had attended the University of Georgia and the John T. Gates College and was the holder of an unlimited marine engineer's license; was a member of the Instrument Society of America and the Technical Assn. of Pulp and Paper Industry; was a member of the B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 194, the Bellingham Golf & Country Club and an active member of the Bellingham Yacht Club. Survivors are his widow, Rose, at home; father, Thomas O. Turner, of Georgia; three sisters, Mrs. R. c. Roberts, of Spartanburg, S. C., Miss Malie Turner, of Nicholson, Ga., and Mrs. Frances Patat, of Cuthbert, Ga. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. Fr. W. Robert Webb and officers of the B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 194, Monday, Aug. 28, at 1 p.m., followed by cremation.

CARTER, Charles H., age 73, passed away at the family home, 2322 Utter Street, Sunday, August 28, (1949). Mr. Carter had resided in this community for the past 12 years and was a retired mechanic and farmer. Deceased had attended the First Christian Church and leaves to survive his widow, Ella, at home; two sons, John at home, and Frank of Bellingham; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Pefley, of Acme, and Mrs. Nellie Neyens of Wickersham; 14 grandchildren and numerous other relatives. The remains are at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth, where services will be conducted by the Rev. Chester Rutledge, Wednesday, August 31, at 1:30 p.m. Final resting place, Bay View.

CARTER, Dianne Lee, age 3, of 3122 Alderwood, lost her life following an auto accident, Sunday, July 30, (1950). Surviving relatives include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Carter; a brothers, Billy; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Carter, of Bellingham; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Windmueller of Dickinson, N. D.; her great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carter of Bellingham, and many other relatives. Private services were conducted Tuesday, August 1, at 2 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home with the Rev. Dollar of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Cremation.

CARTER, Dorous R. - Services for World War II veteran Dorous Ray Carter, 61, will take place at 11 a.m. today at Jones Funeral Home. Mr. Carter, 1956 Yew St. Road, Bellingham, died Wednesday (April 18, 1990) in Bellingham. He was born May 5, 1928 in Everett and has lived in Whatcom County since December, 1976. Mr. Carter served in the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. He was employed as a baker at Albertson's Food Centers, Inc., for 28 years and was a member of the Bakers' Union Local 9. In addition, Mr. Carter was a lifetime member of VFW Post 1585, Bellingham; a member of Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7, American Legion; and the U.S. Naval Reserve. Survivors include his wife, Nellie, of the family home; a son, John Carter, of White City, Ore.; a daughter, Cindy Buckley of Bellingham, his mother, Hazel Carter of Sun Valley, Nev.; his father-in-law, David Houghtaling of Bellingham; brothers Ralph Carter of Silverdale and Clarence Carter and Robert Carter, both of Auburn; sisters Rosa Kovach of Bremerton and Carrie Dunkle of Sun Valley, Nev.; three grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Rev. Harold Minkler will officiate at the funeral. A committal service will take place after the funeral at Bayview Cemetery, with cremation following. Arrangements are under the direction of Jones Funeral Home.

CARTER, Eileen Bannister, of 700 32nd Street died Thursday, Nov. 24, 1994, at Sehome Park Care Center. She was 88. Born Jan. 22, 1906, to Charles and LaVelia Gahan in Xenia, Ill., she was a registered nurse at St. Joseph Hospital during the 1920s. She married Cecil Bannister on March 26, 1926. She lived in Bellingham for many years before moving to Seattle and then to Wapato, where she and her second husband, Laverne Carter, managed a hotel for 17 years. She was preceded in death by her second husband, on May 6, 1987; two brothers; and son-in-law Dan Clark. Survivors include sons Herbert Bannister of Bellingham and Richard Bannister of Vancouver, Wash.; daughters Rosalee Fergerson and Charlotte Clark, both of Bellingham, and Sharon Johnson of Troutdale, Ore; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson. A private burial will be in Greenacres Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.

CARTER, Emma L. age 78, of 1509 E. Victor St., Bellingham, passed away Monday, November 30, 1992. Born September 5, 1914 in Hiwasse, Arkansas to James and Iva Turner, she was a member of Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She was employed as head-cook at O'Cains' Nursing Home until her retirement in 1975. Survived by son Charles and wife Maybell Carter of Bellingham, WA; two daughters, Betty and husband Richard Misselt of Ridgeland, Wisconsin, Wanda and husband Dave Grutt of Menomonie, Wisconsin; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; sister, Lily Ethel and husband Walt Worth of Golden City, MO; numerous nieces, nephews; grand nieces and nephews. Graveside service Thursday, December 3, 1992, 1:00 p.m. at Bayview Cemetery with Pastor Ken Parker, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, officiating. Arrangements by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.

CARTER, Esther Thompson, age 89, passed away Nov. 12th (1987) in Blaine. She was born Oct. 18, 1898 in Sioux City, Iowa and had been a Blaine Resident for 62 years. She was a member of the Blaine Congregational Church, Immigration Ladies Bridge Club, Music Study Club, and Grand Worthy Matrons of O.E.S. She is survived by her son, Robert Thompson & wife Dorothy of Bellingham; daughter, Elaine Patterson & husband Buford of Bellingham; brother, Winfred Day of Sioux City, Iowa; 6 grandchildren, Donna Rae Hostetter & husband Gene, Vicki & husband Gil Huntley, Jim & wife Linda Patterson, Kathy Thompson, Rick & wife Lisa Thompson, Bobby & wife Peggy Thompson; 7 great-grandchildren. Inurnment will be at Greenacres Memorial Park Mausoleum next to her former husband Paul Thompson who preceded her in death in 1959. She was also preceded in death by her second husband Percy Carter who died in 1985. At her request no services will be held. Arrangements by Whatcom Cremation Association.

CARTER, Floyd Carter, age 76, of Route No. 1, Everson, passed away in a local hospital Monday, October 8, (1951). Mr. Carter operated his own dairy farm and had been a county resident since 1910. He was a member of the Whatcom County Dairymen's Association. He leaves to survive, his wife, Mrs. Lora Carter, at home, one brother, Lee Carter, and one sister, Mrs. Stella Bowen, both of Elm Creek, Neb., and many nieces and nephews. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth, where services will be conducted by the Rev. Eugene Sabin Thursday, October 11, at 1:30 p.m. Final resting place, Woodlawn.

CARTER, George Howard, age 77, of Friday Harbor, passed away Sunday Jan. 22, (1978). Mr. Carter had been a life resident of Friday Harbor and was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. He leaves to survive 1 son Robert of Mt. Vernon, 2 daughters, Betty Rodeen of Pullman and Charlotte Emerson of Friday Harbor, 3 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held Sat. Jan. 28 at 4 pm from the Friday Harbor Presbyterian Church with Rev. Byers officiating. Private family inurnment Valley Cemetery under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home.

CARTER, Georgia A., 83, died Saturday (Apr. 20, 1991) at a Bellingham nursing home. She moved to Bellingham 18 years ago from Oregon. She loved to spend time with her family and enjoyed gardening. She was born Georgia Scharger in 1907, in Whitehall, Mont. She married Aaron Carter in 1925 in Whitehall. She was a member of the Elks Club in Silverton, Ore. Survivors include a son, Joe Carter of Eagle River, Alaska; a daughter, Alice Pjaff (Pfaff) of Acme; a brother Kyle Shauger (sic) of Harrison, Idaho; a sister, Rita Beard of Salem, Ore., 17 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Carter will be cremated and her remains taken to Silverton and placed with her husband's remains. Arrangements are by Jerns-LeVeck Funeral Chapel and Crematorium.

CARTER, Georgia Gail, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Carter of Rt. No. 2, Everson, passed away in a local hospital Sunday, Jan. 20, (1959). Besides the parents, she is survived by one brother, Cecil L. and one sister, Erma Mae Carter, both at home; grandparents, Mr. Emil e. Carter of Leesburg, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fisher of Rt. No. 2 Everson. The remains rest at the Jones' Harlow-Hollingsworth Funeral Home where private services will be conducted Thursday, Jan. 24, at 10:30 a.m. Final resting place, Lynden Cemetery.

CARTER, Gordon L., 88, beloved brother, husband and father passed away peacefully on September 15, 2002 surrounded by his family at St. Joseph Hospital. He was born on September 30, 1913 to Cecil and Laura Carter in Friday Harbor, WA. Gordon married Verna Thomas on June 12, 1940. Their three children, Carol Ann Simmonds, Barbara Carter, and John G. Carter and their spouses, James Simmonds and Laura M. Carter two grandchildren, Laurie Conrad and Lyndie Case and their spouses, Andrew Conrad and Brian Case and one greatgrandchild, Jillian Conrad honored Gordon for his loving kindness, integrity, and his devotion to God and the communities he served. He is also survived by his sister Celia Gregory and brother Alan Carter of Friday Harbor. Gordon was preceded in death by his brother Neil Carter. Gordon came to Bellingham from Sedro Woolley in 1953, where he had been superintendent for five years. Before that, he had served as superintendent in the Mt. Baker School District and as Whatcom County Superintendent. He began his career in education as a teacher, coach and then principal at Meridian High School in 1935. Gordon retired in 1977 after twenty-four years as the superintendent for the Bellingham Public Schools. During that time, he was most pleased to set a climate in which Bellingham Technical School was established and the formation of Bellingham's special education program and Redwood School for handicapped teenagers occurred. Gordon helped found the Association of Public School Systems, which is a national organization of 250 school districts. He was the national president of the organization in 1961-62. In addition to the Bellingham Technical School and Redwood School, six other schools were built during his tenure (Alderwood Elementary, Parkview Elementary, Roosevelt Elementary, Shuksan Middle, Sehome High, and Happy Valley Elementary). A kindergarten program was established and the school district developed the Conservation Program and acquired a site, which was named the Gordon L. Carter Environmental Education Site. During his time as superintendent, the district never exceeded its budget. Many also fondly remember that during Christmas, Gordon visited every classroom and shook hands with every employee and volunteer to wish them a "Merry Christmas". Gordon was an avid gardener and raised prizewinning chrysanthemums. He was also a devoted Husky and Mariner fan, a long standing member of Bellingham Rotary, and a sixty-year member of First Presbyterian Church. His family thanks God for blessing them with Gordon's long and loving life. A public memorial service will be held on Friday, September 27, 2002 at 2:00 P.M. at First Presbyterian Church on North Garden Street in Bellingham. A private, family graveside service was held at Bayview Cemetery. Jones|Moles Funeral Home & Cremation Service

CARTER, James A., age 85, of 2815 Northwest Ave., passed away in a local hospital Sunday, February 5, (1961). A resident of Bellingham for the past 55 years, Mr. Carter was a retired realtor, having been associated with the Carter Real Estate; was a member of the First Baptist Church; was a member and past Noble Grand of Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 31, I.O.O.F. Survivors are five sons, W. I. Carter, Theodore R. Carter and Charles D. Carter, all of Bellingham, Thomas A. and James A., Jr., both of Olympia; two daughters, Mrs. Gladise Nequist, of Seattle and Mrs. Elizabeth Vest, of Bellingham; 17 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Dr. Stuart Benson Tuesday, February 7 at 3 p.m. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARTER, Jimmie, age 62, of 376 W. Hemmi Rd., B'ham, passed away Thurs., June 21, 1979. A resident of Whatcom Co. since 1951, Mr. Carter was a WWII Army veteran. He is survived by his wife, Marily; 2 sons, Steven & Larry both at home; a daughter, Betty Lusk of B'ham; 2 brothers, Carm of Kentucky & Clarence of Ohio; a sister, Mabel Swicker of Ohio; numerous nieces & nephews. Graveside services will be held Tues., June 26 at 1 p.m. in Greenacres Memorial Park, Rev. Lawrence Guderian officiating. Burial under the direction of Moles Funeral Home.

CARTER, John H. - Graveside service for John H. Carter, age 63, of 2710 Ontario St., will be Wednesday March 23, 3:30 p.m. at Bay View Cemetery with Donald R. Hammond, pastor of Evangel Temple, Lynden officiating. Mr. Carter passed away Fri. March 18, 1983. He is survived by 1 son Ted of Spokane; 2 daughters, Connie of Boise, Idaho and Juanita of Kansas City, Missouri; grandchildren; his mother, Ella McKinstry of City; sister, Nellie Neyens of Lynden; brother, Frank Carter of Sequim; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces & great-nephews. A Bellingham resident since 1936, he was a veteran of WWII. Jones Funeral Home.

CARTER, Joseph C., Jr., age 17 of 2601 Patton Street, passed away in a Seattle hospital Thursday, July 22, (1965). He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church where he was an acolyte, a student at Bellingham High School, and a member of the Torch Club and the tennis squad. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Carter, two brothers, James and Michael, at home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Carter, City; maternal grandfather, Harry L. Gibson, maternal grandmother Mrs. Robert Topping, Tacoma. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, July 26 at 11 a.m. from St. Paul's Episcopal Church under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home.

CARTER, Laurel Thyme Beck, born in Sedro Woolley, WA on November 27, 1902, died of congestive heart failure February 19, 1993. Mrs. Carter moved first to Nooksack and then to Bellingham in her childhood years. In Bellingham, she was very active in both the Eastern Star and Rebecca lodges. Holding offices in both those organizations, she wrote several books of skits and addenda, entertainment ideas for use with lodges. These were sold nationally. He writings also included numerous magazine stories. Creative in many ways she was a painter. She resided in Bellevue for the past eight years. She is survived by a son, Barry Beck Carter of Hermiston, OR; and daughter Trilby Jordan, Bellevue, WA; granddaughters Beth Pimley of Lyle, WA, Sue Carter of Halley, Idaho, Brenda Carter of Hermiston, OR and Laurel Anne Jordan of Bothell, WA; and grandson David Arthur Jordan, Redmond, WA; great grandson Jeremy Carter; one nephew Bob Beck of Raymond, WA; three nieces, Lynn Hannon of Olympia, Joyce Oatt of Lynnwood and Jackie Park of Monroe, WA. Services will be held Saturday, February 27, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Westford Funeral Home, Rev. Lawrence Guderian officiating.

CARTER, Lillian Amanda - Memorial services for Lillian Amanda Carter will be held Friday, Jan. 19, at 1 p.m. in the United Presbyterian Church, Rev. Robert Bacon officiating. Private family committal services will follow at Valley Cemetery under the supervision of Westford Funeral Home of Bellingham. Mrs. Carter, 67, died in Bellingham Jan. 12, (1973). She was a lifetime resident of Friday Harbor and a member of Rebekah Lodge, and is survived by husband Howard Carter; son Robert of Boone, N.C.; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Rodeen of Pullman and Mrs. Charlotte Emerson of Bothell; a sister, Charlotte Krumdiak of Bellingham; three grandsons and two great-grandchildren.

CARTER, Minnie B., 96, Friday Harbor, died Thursday (Feb. 27, 1986) in Friday Harbor. She was born Sept. 20, 1889, in Sparta, Mich. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star in Friday Harbor. Survivors include one brother, Robert Boler, formerly of Bellingham, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Friday Harbor Episcopal Church, with the Rev. W. Robert Webb officiating. Interment will be in Friday Harbor Cemetery.

CARTER, Myrtle Mary - Memorial services for Myrtle Mary Carter, age 97, of 2218 Broadway, will be Tues. Jan. 14, 1 p.m. at First Advent Christian Church with Pastor Al Currier, officiating. Private family burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Carter passed away Fri., Jan. 10, 1986. A Bellingham resident since 1900, she was a member of First Advent Christian Church; married Bill Carter in 1912; preceded in death by her husband in 1973 and is survived by granddaughter, Marianne Harkoff Flewlling, Helen S. Vander Werff both of Seattle; 4 great-grandchildren; sister Lottie Hymers of City; son-in-law John Harkoff of Lynden; numerous nieces, nephews & cousins. [b. May 5, 1880 Milo City, MO]

CARTER, Nancy A., age 83, who resided at 2815 Northwest Ave., passed away at a local hospital on Sunday, May 18, (1958) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Carter had resided in Bellingham for the past 52 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church. Surviving relatives include her husband, James A. Carter of the family home, five sons, William I., of Bellingham; Thomas A., of Olympia; Ted R. of Bellingham; James A. Jr., of Olympia; Charles D., of Bellingham; 2 daughters, Mrs. Gladise Nequist of Seattle; Mrs. Elizabeth Vest of Bellingham, 20 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren. The remains lie in state in the Chapel of Bingham and Jerns Funeral Home until Wednesday, May 21 when services will be conducted in the First Baptist Church at 2 p.m. with Rev. James B. Hughes, pastor, officiating. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be her five sons, William I., Thomas A., Ted R., James A., Jr., Charles D., and 1 grandson, Joe Carter.

CARTER, Nettie Mae, 92, of Mount Vernon, died Tuesday, September 25, 1990 at home following an extended illness. She was born December 25, 1897 in Huntington, Arkansas, the daughter of John and Mary Hook. She lived in several Arkansas communities before moving to Richmond, California in 1941. She married John William Carter in Hartman, Arkansas and he preceded her in death in 1948. She moved to Fallon, Nevada in 1949 and to Spokane in 1958. Since that time she has lived in several Idaho, California and Washington communities, settling in Mount Vernon in 1977. She is survived by her daughter, Kathleen M. Phinney of Mount Vernon; a sister and brother-in-law, Isabelle and Charlie Harris of California; a grandson, Arthur E. Phinney of Mount Vernon; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and three sisters. Burial was at Hawthorne Lawn Memorial Park under direction of Hawthorne Funeral Chapel.

CARTER, Percy H., age 91, a resident of Blaine for 25 years, passed away in local nursing home Sat., Feb. 24th. He leaves to survive his wife Esther of Blaine; 1 step-son, Robert Thompson of Bellingham; 3 step-daughters, Fran Lane of Orcas Island, Mary Lou John of Bellevue, & Elaine Petterson of Bellingham. Memorials may be made to the Staffold Nursing Home Building Fund. Graveside services will be held Thursday, Feb. 28th at 3 p.m. Enterprise Cemetery with Rev. Don Walter officiating. Jerns LeVeck Funeral Chapel. [b. July 10, 1893 Ontario, Canada]

CARTER, Ralph V., age 78 of 1938 Ellis St., passed away at his residence Monday, December 15, (1958). Mr. Carter had resided in Bellingham for the past twelve years, was a retired railroad man, and was a member of the Church of the Assumption. He leaves to survive his wife Mary, at the family home, two sons, Thomas L. of Wasilla, Alaska, and John C. of Huntington Park, California; two daughters, Mrs. Katheryn Reed of Livingston, Montana, and Mrs. Joan Crawford of San Leandro, California. Nine grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Bertha Usher of New Westminster, B.C., Mrs. Phyllis Cluckey of Spokane, Mrs. Mildred Beeridge and Mrs. Bernice Solander, both of Regina, Sask., Canada, and Mrs. Velma Geherke of Ambros, North Dakota. One brother, Ara Carter of Santa Monica, California. Numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary will be said Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m. within the chapel of the Westford Funeral Home. Requiem High Mass will be sung Friday, Dec. 19, at 9:30 a.m. [torn] the Church of the Assumption. [torn] Bay View.

CARTER, Ray E., age 50, of 1942 Trigg Rd., Ferndale, passed away Thurs. May 3, 1979. A resident of Ferndale since 1965, Mr. Carter was a member of Moose lodge, Eagles & attended Baptist Church. He was a WWII veteran with the U.S. Marine Corp. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Pat, 5 sons: Ray Jr. Carter of DuQuoin, Ill., Larry Len & Jack Lee Carter, both of Sonoma, CA, Thomas Thompson of Stevensville, Montana & Lannie Thompson of Ferndale. 3 daughters: Sherry Saunders of Kalispell, Montana, Geraldine Morrison & Vicki Lakin both of Missoula, Montana. His parents: Mr. & Mrs. T. S. Carter of Edgar, Nebraska. 1 brother, Rev. Charles L. Carter also of Edgar, Neb. 26 grandchildren, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces & nephews. Memorial services will be held Mon. May 7th at 2 p.m. in Moles Funeral Home, with Rev. Robert E. Johnson officiating, following cremation at Greenacres. Cremated remains will be interred Wed. May 9th in Sunset Memorial Park, Missoula, Montana.

CARTER, Ruth Irene (Clark), of 2412 Franklin St., passed away September 13, 1993. She was born June 25, 1929 on Orcas Island and worked as a seamstress, in private home care, and as a nurse's aid at Needham's and Sunset Nursing Home. A dedicated mother and grandmother, Ruth leaves to survive eight children: Donna Stedman, Johnny Stedman, Dan Stedman and Diane DeMerice all of Bellingham, Bonnie Stedman of Alaska, Sylvia Johnson of Ferndale, Irene Stedman of Wenatchee and Susie Barney of Brinnon, WA; 15 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Saturday, September 18, 1993, 12:30 p.m. at the family homestead on Orcas Island followed by a gathering of family and friends. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home.

CARTER, Ted R., 79, 4298 King Ave., a longtime local real estate broker and appraiser, died Wednesday (Aug. 14, 1985) at his home. He was born Oct. 1, 1905, in Elkton, Mo., and came to Bellingham in 1920. Mr. Carter operated a grocery store on Northwest Avenue, and owned Carter's Real Estate Exchange on Champion Street for nearly 40 years. Active as a real estate broker and appraiser, Mr. Carter was a member of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers. He was the first president of the Multiple Listing Bureau of Bellingham, and had been president of the Bellingham Board of Realtors for three terms. He was a member of Bellingham Bay Lodge 44, F&AM; Bellingham Elks Lodge; Bellingham Yacht Club; Bellingham Golf and Country Club; and Northwest Shrine Club, serving as president for three consecutive years. Survivors include his wife, Wilma "Billie;" two daughters, Kim Kreiss of Bellingham and Trilby Jordan of Bellevue; two sons, Ted R. Carter II of Bellingham and Barry Carter of Hermiston, Ore.; and three brothers, W. I. Carter, James Carter and Charles Carter, all of Bellingham. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Jones Funeral Home, the Rev. Harold Minkler officiating, with ritualistic rites by officers of Bellingham Bay Lodge 44, F&AM. There will be cremation.

CARTER, William I., age 95, of 2822 Nequalicum, Bellingham, passed away Thurs. July 14, (1988) in a local nursing home. He was a retired grocery store owner of Carter Grocery on Patton St. which he owned for some 40 years. He was a charter member of Veterans of Foreign Wars; past Commander of VFW; member of Senior Citizens. Also, a member of the Washington State Food Dealers Assoc. Survived by his wife, Juliette, Bellingham; 2 sons, William F. of Bellingham & Joe of Renton; 2 daughters, Gladys Michael of Lopez Island and Vivian Oster of Boise, Idaho; 2 brothers, James Carter & Charles D. Carter both of Bellingham; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandson. [b. Jan. 22, 1893 Elkton, MO; Westford Funeral Home]

CARTER, Wilma Charlotte "Billie" age 69 of Bellingham died Friday, February 25, 1994 at St. Joseph Hospital. She was born February 12, 1925 in Vancouver, B. C., Canada to Charles and Martha Ross. In 1946 she moved to the United States and later became a U. S. citizen. Billie married T. R. Carter in Olympia, WA August 19, 1950. He preceded her in death August 4, 1985. She and her husband operated a real estate, insurance and appraisal business for 40 years in Bellingham, Carter's Real Estate Exchange. Billie was one of the first women realtors in Bellingham. She also had her brokers license. She was a member of the Mutual Listing Bureau, Whatcom Co. Board of Realtors and the Bellingham Yacht Club. Survived by two sons, T. R. Carter, Jr. of Bellingham and Barry Carter of Hermiston, OR; two daughters, Kim Carter Parker of Auburn, WA and Trilby Carter Jordan of Bellevue, WA; two sisters, Heather Wallinder of Kelowna, B. C. and Marianne Thomas of Bellingham; three grandchildren, Terah Drake of Seattle, Seth and Moira Parker of Auburn. Services will be held at Westford Funeral Home Chapel, 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, 1994. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home.

CARTNER, Robert Dean, age 77, of Bellingham, passed away May 5, 1994 in Reno, NV. He was born in Ashtabula, OH Jan. 26, 1917 to Eleanor and Eric Cartner. Robert married Clarice Sullivan Sept. 14, 1940 in Ohio. He was a WWII veteran serving in the US Navy as 2nd Class Machinist. He was a supervisor at American Wholesale hardware in Long Beach, CA for 22 years. They moved to Whatcom County in June of 1980. He was a member of the Senior Activity Center and a former member of Sudden Valley Golf. Preceded in death by a brother Edward Cartner. He leaves behind his wife, Clarice of the family home; a daughter, Marcy and husband Ronald Rekunyk from Canada; a son, Richard G. Cartner of Redmond, WA; a brother, Raymond and wife Laura Cartner from Wilsonville, OR; grandchildren, Robert and Ronald Rekunyk, Eric and Ryan Carnter. A Memorial gathering will be held 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, May 29, 1994 at 12 North Point Circle, Sudden Valley. [Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home]

CARTWRIGHT, Arthur O., age 65, of 18100 N. E. 95th St., Redmond, passed away in a Seattle hospital, Wed., Sept. 8, (1977). A retired immigrations inspector, he had worked for the Immigration Service for 38 years having served in Lynden, Blaine and Bellingham. He was a member of the AF&AM Lodge No. 2 of Pembina, N. Dakota, BPOE Lodge of Bellevue and Kirkland, Kern Thompson Post of American Legion and was president of the East Lake Chapter of NARFE Local No. 1404. Surviving are his wife, Madeline at home; 1 daughter, Lynn Zierke of Fargo, N. Dakota; a sister, Harriet Cartwright of Bellingham; a sister-in-law, Glenn Turner both of Bellingham; 1 granddaughter. Graveside services will be held in Greenacres Memorial Park, Mon., Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Vincent Crane officiating. Arrangements by Veroske's Bellingham Chapel.

CARTWRIGHT, Henry Oliver, age 74 years, of 1525 E. Illinois Street, passed away at a local hospital, Saturday evening, March 9, (1946). Mr. Cartwright, formerly of National, Wash., had been a resident of Bellingham for the past eighteen years and was a member of the Congregational Church. He is survived by his wife, Thekla Cartwright; one son, Arthur O. Cartwright, and one daughter, Miss Harriet C. Cartwright, all of the home; one brother, Mr. E. Tom Cartwright, of Centralia, Wash. Funeral services will be conducted from the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home Tuesday, March 12, at 2 p.m., with the Rev. W. Carl Calhoun, pastor of the First Congregational Church, officiating. Interment, Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARTWRIGHT, Thelka of Newhall, Calif., passed away in that city Sunday, June 12, (1966). Mrs. Cartwright was a former resident of Bellingham, having resided in Newhall for the past 10 years. She leaves to survive 1 daughter, Miss Harriet Cartwright of Lancaster, Calif.; 1 son, Arthur Cartwright of Noato, Calif.; one granddaughter. Graveside services will be held Thursday, June 16 at 10:30 a.m. at Greenacres Memorial Park, Rev. Elmer Erickson officiating. Under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home.

CARTWRIGHT, Timothy Evan, 2708 Iron Street, 14-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cartwright, passed away Friday, February 28th, (1964). Surviving besides the parents are four brothers, Gerald, Leroy, Bradley and Mark; three sisters, Kathleen, Karon and Darlene, all at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taldo, Springdale, Arkansas. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, March 3rd, at 10 a.m. at Bay View Cemetery direction of the Jones Funeral Home.

CARVER, Bob, 64, born and raised in Bellingham and a Whatcom High School graduate of 1935, died Wednesday (May 13, 1981) at his Seattle home after a long illness. He was a retired professional photographer who was nationally recognized for his years of photographing unlimited hydroplane racing, and especially flips by the boats. His photos appeared in newspapers and magazines throughout the country, especially in 1950s and 1960s. Carver is survived by his wife, Norma, four children, three grandchildren, and a cousin and aunt in Bellingham. There was no funeral at his request.

CARVER, Gail, 86, of 2816 Racine St., died Tuesday (July 29, 1986). He was born Nov. 17, 1899, in Dixon, Ill., and was a retired carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Ruth, of the family home, one son, John, of Bellingham. Private family services have been conducted. Ashes will be placed at Enterprise Cemetery next week. Arrangements are being made by Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel.

CARVER, Gertrude C., age 88 of 700 32nd St., passed away Wed., Oct. 19, (1977). Mrs. Carver had resided in Bellingham for the past 75 years, was a member of the Episcopal Church, The Music Club, The Women of Aftermath, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Women of Rotary. She leaves to survive 1 son, Jack Carver of this city; 1 daughter, Mrs. Jack (Jean) Clark of Enumclaw; 6 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren. Family services will be held Monday, Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. from St. Paul's Episcopal Church with Rev. Herbert B. McLellan officiating. Interment Greenacres. Under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home.

CARVER, Jessie A., age 96, passed away May 28, 1988 in Seattle, she was born May 28, 1892 in Eastsound, WA. She spent a major portion of her adult life in Bellingham, WA; was a graduate of WWU & had continued a close association with the University, the Bellingham YWCA & the American Red Cross as a water safety expert in swimming & first aid instruction. She is survived by her son Richard of Seattle; 5 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Sanford E. Carver who had been a professor at WWU for 42 years. Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m., North Seattle Covenant Church. Arrangements by Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds.

CARVER, Marie, age 85 of 2418 Verona, Bellingham, passed away in a local nursing home Monday, January 31, 1983. She was a member of the First Congregational Church, and a retired school teacher from Mt. Baker School District where she had taught for 20 some years. She leaves to survive 2 sons, James Donald Carver of Texas; George Carver of Louisiana; 1 brother, Roy Snoddy of Seattle; 1 sister, Mae Wright of Everett; 5 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 3 at 10 a.m. in the Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel with Rev. Richard Talley officiating with interment to follow at 2 p.m. in the Arlington Cemetery, Washington. [b. Aug. 23, 1897 IL]

CARVER, Mary, age 89, a pioneer resident of the Blaine district, who had resided there for the past 66 years, passed away in a local hospital Saturday, March 27, (1954) following a lingering illness. She leaves to survive two nieces, Mrs. Minnie Thomas and Mrs. A. J. Blythe, both of Bellingham; two nephews, Ray Shumway of Lynden, W. S. Shumway of Omak, Wash. Services will be conducted Tuesday, March 30, within the McKinney Funeral Home. The Rev. Evan David officiating. Interment, Blaine Cemetery.

CARVER, Richard Sanford, 76 of Seattle passed away Sept. 18, (1992) after a long illness. He was born in Bellingham, WA on July 26, 1916. A loyal worker of Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company, he retired with 41 yrs in 1982, his last assignment being District Construction Manager of Seattle for 15 yrs. He is survived by his wife of 51 yrs Alma and his four children: daughter Janna and Phil Pickering, Cleo Ann & Larry Schreifels; sons, Richard S. Carver, Jr. and wife Amelia, David and Mary Carver. 11 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. Memorial services will be Wednesday Sept. 23, 1992 10:00 a.m. at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 322 North 175th St. Seattle. Arrangements by Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds.

CARVER, W. Coston, age 78, of 710 Garden St., passed away in a local hospital Tuesday, June 18, (1963). Mr. Carver had resided in this community for the past 60 years and was the managing editor of the Bellingham Herald prior to his retirement. He was also a Charter Member of the Bellingham Rotary Club, a Charter Member of the Round Table and a member of the Bellingham BPOE Lodge No. 194. Surviving are the widow, Gertrude C. at home; 1 son, Jack C. Carver of this city, 1 daughter, Mrs. Jean C. Clark of Enumclaw, 6 grandchildren, 3 brothers, Sam E. & Foster M. both of this city and Dr. Lloyd Carver of Torrence, Calif., Mrs. Efie Carpenter in Indiana & Mrs. Minnie Kimble of Redwood City, Calif. Mrs. Vida Meredith of East Sound, Mrs. Erma Mears of this city. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. Father W. Robert Webb, Friday, June 21 at 3:30 p.m. followed by burial in Greenacres Memorial Park. {Note: some text was missed by newspaper}

CARVOSSO, Arthur H, age 91 of 2409 Ellis St. passed away in a local hospital Saturday May 21, (1960) following an extended illness. Mr. Carvosso had resided in Bellingham for the past 55 years and was a retired farmer. He also had owned the Tulip Gardens. He leaves to survive 1 brother, Sidney S. of Seattle; 1 sister, Mrs. Ida Bracket, of Yakima, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, May 25 at 3 p.m. from the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home, Rev. Calvin Moore officiating. Interment Bayview.

CARVOSSO, Margaret, age 74, of 2411 Ellis Street, passed away suddenly Friday evening, September 23, (1949). Mrs. Carvosso had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 50 years. Surviving relatives include her husband Arthur H. Carvosso; one niece, Mrs. Otto Kackman, of Pinehurst, Wash., and one nephew, Biss Ellison of Mt. Vernon. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, September 27, at 1:30 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck funeral home with the Rev. Ralph S. Lawrence, pastor of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiating. Cremation.

CARY, Carl Benjamin passed away Friday May 1, 1992, from complications due to cancer. Carl was born March 22, 1929, in Friday Harbor, Washington to Carl Edwin Cary and Mary King Cary. Carl received a bachelors degree from Western Washington State College in 1951 for his studies in music and education. After serving two years in the United States Coast Guard, he continued his education at the University of Washington where he received a masters degree in poetry. Carl Cary taught public school in the Sedro Woolley and Bothell school districts before teaching at Lynden High School where he taught for seventeen years. Carl enjoyed mountain climbing and hiking through out the Cascades and climbed Mount Baker seven times. He was active in the Bellingham Theater Guild and enjoyed gardening. His many poems and writings are a testament to his creative imagination. Carl is survived by his brother, Jim Cary of Seattle; his niece Lynn Cary-LeGassey of Mill Valley, California, niece Lisa Davis of Chehalis, and nephew David Cary of Seattle. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home.

CARY, Charles B., age 75, of 1125 Indian Street, passed away at the family home Saturday, May 3, (1952). Mr. Cary had resided here for the past seven years and was a retired cook and restaurant proprietor. He was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. He leaves to survive, two step-sons, Elmer Whittaker, in Alaska, and Lawrence Whittaker, of Bellingham; two step-daughters, Mrs. Mabel Manning and Mrs. Mildred Bennett, both of Seattle; four brothers, Henry of Bellingham, Hamilton in Michigan, Ray in Montana, and Adolph Cary in Oregon; four sisters, Mrs. Katie Sutton of Nespelam, Wash., Mrs. Edna DesChamp, of St. Ignatius, Mont., Mrs. Ruth Handford, of Kalispell, Mont., and Mrs. Esther Howard, of Spokane, Wash. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth, where services will be conducted by the Rev. Roy Peterson Wednesday, May 7, at 1 p.m. Final resting place, Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARY, Elsie Hilda Adella, age 57, of 1125 Indian Street, passed away in a local hospital Wednesday, May 9, (1951). Mrs. Cary had resided here for the past 56 years and had attended the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Surviving relatives are her husband, Charles P. Cary, at home; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Bennett, of Seattle and Miss Mabel Whittaker, of this city; two sons, Elmer A. Whittaker, of Anchorage, Alaska, and Lawrence Whittaker, of this city; and four grandchildren. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth, where services will be conducted by the Rev. Grant Whipple Monday, May 14, at 1 p.m. Final resting place, Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARY, Harriet J., age 71, of 1606 Donovan Avenue, passed away in a local hospital Wednesday, October 30, (1964). Mrs. Cary had been a resident of this community for the past twenty-nine year and was a member of the St. James Presbyterian Church and the Olivette Circle. Surviving relatives are six sons, Joseph A. and Fred R., of Bellingham, William G. and Allen S., of Seattle, Jerry R., of Everett and Henry B., of Tokyo, Japan; three daughters, Miss Ann H. Cary, of Seattle, Mrs. H. Elizabeth Johnson of Grandview, Wash., and Mrs. Helen L. Benson, of San Francisco, Calif.; twelve grandchildren and one sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna McDonald, of Seattle. The remains are at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by the Rev. John King Mitchell Monday, November 4, at 1 p.m. Final resting place, Woodlawn.

CARY, Henry Burrett, age 64 years, of 2335 Grant Street, passed away at a local hospital Friday, September 25, (1953) following a brief illness. Mr. Cary had resided in Bellingham since 1930 and was a member of the Church of the Assumption. He was affiliated with the International Hod Carriers, Builders, Common Labor Union. Mr. Cary leaves to survive his wife, Mrs. Blanche Cary, of Bellingham; two sons, Henry B. Cary Jr., of Seattle, and James Walter Cary, of Baltimore, Md.; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Alice Hodkins, of Baltimore; two step-sons, Clayton McDonald, of Bellingham, and Oakey McDonald, of Alderwood Manor; one step-daughter, Mrs. Alice Burnell, of Bellingham. Requiem mass will be celebrated Monday, September 28, at 10 a. m. within the Church of the Assumption, with the Rev. C. G. Cross officiating, under the direction of the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral Home. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park.

CARY, Joseph A., "Bert," age 85, of 3060 Peabody, passed away Thurs. April 30, (1987). Mr. Cary had been a resident of Bellingham since 1936, was a retired surveyor, member of the Church of God and & past Master of Whatcom Lodge No. 151 F & AM. Leaves to survive his wife Dalene of the home; 1 son, Maurice A. of Auburn; 3 brothers, William of Seattle, Henry, Hemet, & Fred of city; 3 sisters, Anna Cary of Seattle, Elizabeth Johnson of Lummi Island & Helen Carnes; several nieces & nephews. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home. [b. Feb. 5, 1902 Winslow, WA]

CARY, Mary K., age 89, of 1615 Eldridge, passed away Tues. Feb. 5, 1991 in a local nursing home. She was a graduate of Western Washington Normal School; spent 40 years teaching in the Friday Harbor Schools and was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Friday Harbor. She leaves to survive 2 sons, Carl B. Cary of Bellingham, James E. Cary, Ballard; 4 grandchildren, Lynn LaGrassy of Mill Valley, CA, Susan Cary of Alberqueque, New Mexico, Lisa Davis of Centralia, WA & David Cary of Edmonds; 1 great-grandchild, Christina Davis of Centralia; 2 sister, Doris Mariani of Santa Cruz, CA, Gladys Gaich of Vancouver, WA. Funeral services will be held in Friday Harbor, Feb. 15 at the Friday Harbor Presbyterian Church with the time to be announced later. Arrangements by the Westford Funeral Home.


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