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Nathan Scott Davis

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
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Nathan Scott Davis, of Sandy, UT, passed away February 5, 2019 at the age of 39, at St.Mark’s Hospital after a short but fierce battle with stage 4 Renal Cell Carcinoma (Kidney Cancer).
 
Nate was born in Monroe, Snohomish, Washington on September 11, 1979. He grew up in Woodinville, Washington attending Cottage Lake Elementary, Leota Jr. High and graduated from Woodinville High in 1998.  Nate was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served a mission at the age of 19 in Cochabamba, Bolivia. He married the love of his life, Alicia Gardner, on May 17, 2002 and settled in Sandy, Utah where he was an IT specialist and they had 4 beautiful children. Nate touched many lives and was passionate about helping others. He served faithfully in all his callings, including most recently as a Bishop and remained strong in the faith through his passing.
 
Nate is survived by his wife, Alicia; 4 children: Anna (15), Brooklyn (13), Cami (11), Drake (9); his parents: Scott and Kristy Davis of Woodinville; 5 siblings: Nichole (Phil) Larsen, Krystal (Gordon) Hunt, Matt (Natalie) Davis, Josh (Indy) Davis, Jacob (Renee) Davis and many nieces and nephews.
 
Funeral services were held February 9, 2019 at Sandy, UT.  He was buried February 16, 2019 at Lake Hills Cemetery Sandy, Utah.  He and his mother Kristy documented his fight against cancer at cancer.askdavis.com  He was dearly loved and will be missed.

Eddie Darrell Haddock

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Eddie Darrell Haddock died at his Novelty home on January 13, 2019.  He had recently been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and chose to go home with the assistance of the Evergreen Hospice team. Ed was born in Florence, Alabama, on July 31, 1939, to Alvin James and Eva Belle Haddock.  He was raised in rural Alabama with his 2 older brothers and 1 younger sister.  His older brothers joined the Navy and Army and were stationed in the Seattle area so they brought Ed to Washington as a teenager.
 
He married Lois Marie Ronnei on St. Patrick's Day 44 years ago in the Duvall Methodist Church. They lived in Kirkland until 6 years ago when they had a house built on the hill behind the Ronnei family farm.  Both loved the quiet and beauty of their new home.
 
Ed's passion has always been music, mostly country western style.  His band, "Lovers and Outlaws" played at the Kwuntung Country restaurant in Redmond for about 8 years.  He subsequently was inducted in 2013 to the Northwest Western Swing and in 2014 Sacramento Hall of Fame.
 
He is survived by his wife Lois, 2 sons, 2 daughters, 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Judith ‘Judy’ Ann Skogen

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Judith ‘Judy’ Ann Skogen, age 70, passed away February 2nd, 2019 at 5:00 pm in Hayden, ID.  She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Finn Skogen; her children Anna-Lisa Bock, Kevin Skogen, Brian Skogen and Kristina Emerson.  She will be remembered by 6 grandchildren: Kristian, Niri, Ella, Brooklyn, Eamon and Ethan. She is also survived by her sister, Sandy Wallace and her brother, David Kaas.  She was surrounded by family and friends the last few weeks and passed away peacefully in her sleep.
 
Judith Ann Kaas was born August 20th, 1948 to Niels & Juanita Kaas in Richland, WA.  Judy grew up in Richland and graduated from Richland High School.  She attended college at Columbia Basin Community College. She worked at Exxon where she met lifelong friends and Finn, whom she married in 1975.  She lovingly raised her family at a house in West Richland where they enjoyed swimming, gardening, bike rides, walks, and spending time with family.  In 1989, they moved to Woodinville, WA where they would live until 2015 when they designed and built a log home and moved to Athol, ID.
 
She loved family and was happiest when all were together.  Her grandchildren adore her and the house she built for them to gather in.  She was a kid at heart and her grandkids loved playing with her. They will always hold a special place in their hearts for their Grandma Judy.
 
We will always remember Judy as a wonderful wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, cousin and friend.  She had a strong spirit admired by all. We have many memories that will make us laugh for years to come.  The depth of our heartbreak is proportional to the love we had for Judy; and that she had for each of us. She made each of us a better person and her legacy and traditions will be passed on for generations to come.
A celebration of life was held Saturday, February 9th.

Patrick James Koeplin

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Patrick James Koeplin
11.06.1951 - 01.28.2019
 
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The one, the only, the best.
 
It’s no stretch to say that this man was one of the finest men that God has ever created.  A loving husband of forty-five years, adoring father to five, proud Grampa to thirteen, and beloved friend and mentor to so so many.  Not even twenty-two months of brain cancer (Glioblastoma) could steal his joy, faith, and love of life.  Well done, good and faithful servant… you’re finally home.  Rest in peace, sweet Dad.
Please visit www.beckstributecenter.com for service information.

Ida May Brown

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Ida May Brown passed away peacefully Thursday, January 10, 2019, at the age of 92.  She was born May 10, 1926, to Gus and Fay Erickson.  Siblings Alfred, Wilfred, Roberta and Ida May grew up on Cottage Lake. They attended Woodinville and Bothell schools and Woodinville Methodist Church.  Logging, raising chickens, and working in their park occupied the early days, and Rogers relatives lived nearby.  The close families had a lot of fun together.
 
Ida May married Stephen (Bus) Brown August 25, 1945.  They settled in Woodinville in an old house with a great old barn. Ida May lived her faith, honoring God in her words and actions.  She was faithful, loving, honest, kind, and generous.   Two children, four grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren were blessed to know her.  She loved these families and appreciated every visit.  After living in Woodinville all their lives, moving to Oak Harbor in 2015 was difficult for Bus and Ida May but good in many ways.
 
In August 2015, Bus and Ida May celebrated their 70th anniversary in Woodinville.  Bus passed away October 10, 2017.  Both Bus and Ida May were given great care by Dr. Roof and at Regency on Whidbey.  Kristie, Kathleen, Martin, Alicia, and all the caregivers were understanding, loving, and patient.  The family is deeply grateful to Hospice, too, especially Luka, Joyce, and Carla for their love and care.  We extend our heartfelt thanks to all who visited, called, sent cards, and cared for them.
 
Ida May is survived by daughter Gail Stewart (Rick) in Oak Harbor; son Eric Brown in Bellingham; grandchildren Jake (Tanya) Stewart with Connor, Cassidy and Cole of Kamas, UT; Matthew (Zena) Brown with Ellie and Jack in Allentown, PA; Kelly (Kelly) Stewart with Cori, Juliana, and Toby in Pullman, WA; Lisa (Eric) Sieberson with Audrey and Maya in Seattle, WA.
 
A memorial service will be held Feb. 2, 2019, at 2:00 pm at the Woodinville Community Church, 17110 140th Ave. NE, Woodinville.  Donations may be sent to Whidbey Hospice and Children’s Orthopedic Hospital.