Lois A. Karr, a 30 year resident of Woodinville, passed away March 6, 2018, at the age of 94.
Born in 1923 in the small farming community of Revillo, South Dakota, she lived and taught in California until she retired. Lois moved to Washington to help care for her grandchildren, travel, and play Bridge.
Lois joined the Northwest Driftwood Artists and soon became a teacher of the unique art form. Many teachers and artists are among her students, and all of them she considered her friends.
She is survived by her five children, William, Michael, Dale, and Marie Karr, and Anne Adams, as well as her eight grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.
A Memorial will be held for her at the Northshore Senior Center April 7th at 1:30 p.m.
On January 1, 2018 Howard Leroy Cline Jr. , better known as Bud, died from pneumonia and heart failure. Bud would have been 49 on January 14. Bud will be remembered as a hard worker, once he got going, ready to get the job done.
Bud was preceded in death by his father, Howard Leroy Cline Sr., and survived by his son, Bryson, mother Maxine, brother Patrick, and his sisters, Brenda, Stacie and Jennifer. Bryson's mother Lisa Owens, stepdaughter Merribeth Owens and her daughter Layla Child's was also part of his family.
On June 9, 2018 there will be a potluck "remembering" picnic. It will be in Index, Wash. at the city park starting at noon. The park is located next to the elementary school. Drop in for a short time or for the afternoon to share a story or favorite memory of Bud at this "remembering" picnic get together. We hope to see you there.
Contact Stacie Cline or Coniika K. Mattson on facebook for RSVP and head count. Just to be aware, there is limited parking.
Velma Hill passed away Friday, Feb. 9, just feet from where she had been born 103 years, two months and six days before. The daughter of Duvall pioneers Arthur and Pauline Hix, Velma lived her entire life in her beloved Duvall house.
As a young girl in the Snoqualmie Valley, Velma swam in the river, took the steam train to Everett, played baseball and explored the small town. Velma’s earliest memory was of bonfires in Duvall celebrating the end of World War I when she was 4 years old. Velma was a Camp Fire Girl and attended Camp Sealth on Vashon Island, where she earned a bead for swimming in Puget Sound.Read more ...