Nancy Hazel Timbrell

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Nancy Hazel Timbrell, age 91, passed away in a care home in Essex, England on May 25, 2018 after weeks of illness.
Loving Mum to Mrs. Wendy Wadhwani of N.W. Prosthodontics in Bellevue and Woodinville resident.  Wendy went to England to attend the cremation on June 7, 2018.  Mother also to Annie who remains at Nancy's home.
Adoring 'Nancy' to Georgina, 'Nan' to Yasmin & James.
'Rest in peace Mum and always know you are loved'.
The family in England will care for Nancy's ashes as per her wishes.

Kathryn E. Pickering

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Obit Pickering

June 26, 1933 - June 6, 2018

Beloved Mother and Grandmother. Kathryn also known as Kate passed away on June 6, 2018 surrounded by her family. Kate resided in Woodinville with her daughter Kim and granddaughter Courtney whom she loved very much. She was one of five children born to George and Mary Schnell of Herington, Kansas on June 26, 1933. She married Stan Pickering in 1951. They moved to California then to Kirkland, Washington in 1969. Kate worked over 20 years in retail while raising her family. She is preceded in death by her son Gregory Pickering. She is survived by her daughters Linda Pickering, Sandra Dodson and her husband Steve, Catherine Sims and her husband Mitch, and Kim Pickering. Grandchildren Jonathon and Linsey Dodson, Brian and Cory Sims, Courtney and Alexis Pickering.

She will be greatly missed and will live in our hearts forever. Rest in peace Mom, we love you.

David Ross Watson, Senior

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David Ross Watson, Senior, 87, Residing on Maltby Road in Woodinville, passed away April 25, 9:30 a.m. at Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland, Washington.

Dave was born August 15, 1930, in Issaquah, to parents, John Glenn Watson and Eunice Pritchard. He has an older brother, Elmer (Bud) Watson and younger sisters, Marie Watson Tibbets and Susan Taylor Williams, both deceased.
Dave graduated from Issaquah High School in May of 1948. He worked on a dairy farm for an uncle before getting a job with Bethlehem Steel in 1950 when his fiancé told him she would not marry him unless he was working.  He took pride in the fact that he worked on the largest crane at the company for many years.  Dave Watson and Peggy Lou Worl were married November 22, 1950 in Bothell. They made their home in Woodinville and had five boys. 
Dave loved his family, his home, and friends. He was quiet and reserved, but with his very outgoing wife, he learned to make friends easily. He loved playing cards with his friends and enjoyed breakfast out before church. Dave retired from the steel company in August of 1995. The couple was then able to travel south for part of the winter for many years and enjoyed visiting Death Valley and Organ Pipes National Parks. He loved the Mariners and Seahawks and watched the games faithfully. He felt fortunate to be able to see some of the Mariners’ spring training practices in Arizona. He enjoyed camping at Kalaloch National Park with family, especially Thanksgiving week. If he could get there during clamming season, he loved to catch razor clams and enjoyed eating them fresh in camp.

Dave and Peggy were married 67 years.  Peggy passed away February 14 of this year. He is survived by his brother, Elmer (Bud) and spouse-Barbara along with his sons David R. Watson, Jr. (Judy), Thomas Watson (Delia), Mark S. Watson (Susan), Ross A. Watson, John Watson (Mylisse).  He is also survived by his grandchildren Tim Watson (Trish), Traci, Thom-John, Stephen, Stefanie, Garett, and Jared, and his great-grandchildren, Brenna, Lilly, and Lennox.
We will celebrate Dave’s life at a Memorial Service, Saturday, June 16, 3:00 p.m. at Woodinville Community Methodist Church, Pastor Rick Vinther officiating.

Rodney Roy Moore

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Rodney Roy Moore, age 71 of  Woodinville, born June 6, 1946  passed away on May 14, 2018. Arrangements are being handled by Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills, and condolences for the family may be left on their website,

Henry T. (Bud) Miller III

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Obit MillerHenry T. (Bud) Miller III passed away at his home on May 8, 2018 in Woodinville, Wash.  Bud was born on December 9, 1932 in Oklahoma City. He graduated from Tulia High School and was very active in the Tulia Jaycees and the state of Texas Jaycees.  He won the highest award given by the Texas state Jaycees known as the "Jake" award.  Bud worked with his father Henry T. Miller Jr. at Miller Auto until he and his family moved to Washington state in 1968.  Bud started his family construction business along with his family and ran Enterprise Construction until he and his wife Ruth retired in 1991.  His two sons Henry IV and Steve and Steve's wife Debbie then took over.  His son Steve Miller and his wife Debbie still have the successful construction company in the Seattle area.
After retiring Bud and his wife Ruth traveled extensively in their RV for 13 years.  Then they were snow birds in the Phoenix area for 14 years until Bud lost his eye sight and then he and his wife stayed in their home in Woodinville. Bud loved building anything that needed building, fishing, working in his yard, traveling, cooking and being around his family. Bud had a wonderful life and many friends in Texas, Arizona, California and Washington. 
Bud is survived by his wife of nearly 62 years, M. Ruth (Smith) Miller, his son Henry T. Miller IV (Annie) (ex wife Wendy) of Chelan, Wash., his son Steven K. Miller (Debbie) of Monroe, Wash., his daughter Kathy L. Miller of Dallas, Texas, his granddaughters Tiffany Hoester (J.D.), Casey Miller (ex husband Nate Halligan), his grandsons Erik Miller (ex wife Jessie), Henry T. Miller V (Meghan) and Chris Miller (Marcy), his great granddaughter Alexzandria (Lexz) Halligan, and great grandsons Logan, Linkoln and Landon Hoester.
Bud was preceded in death by his mother, Pearl Cole, his father Henry T. Miller Jr, his sister Dorothy Kostka, his mother in law Bulah B. Smith, and his brothers in law Tom Jr., Guy, and Vasco Smith.
We all loved Bud and will miss him, he is now in heaven and can see again!
Remembrances' of Henry (Bud) Miller may be put on the following website: