Informations funéraires Ap-Ar

Informations funéraires Ap-Ar





Informations funéraires Ap-Ar

APELAND, Helma E., institutrice à la retraite et veuve de Henry M. Apeland, décédée le 9 août 1989 à Bellingham. Mme Apeland a obtenu son diplôme à la Bellingham Normal School en 1926. Elle a vécu et enseigné à Bremerton et dans le district scolaire Edmonds, où elle a pris sa retraite. Elle a travaillé de nombreuses heures en tant que bénévole à la boutique de cadeaux du Northwest Hospital avant de déménager à Bellingham il y a deux ans. Les survivants sont son fils, H. Don Apeland, DDS, et son épouse, Marilyn, Bellingham; sa fille, Helen A. Urlocker, et son mari, Vernon, à Seattle; frère Jack Jahren, White Rock, C.-B., Canada; 8 petits-enfants et 7 petits-enfants. Les services funéraires ont eu lieu samedi à la section luthérienne du Pacifique du cimetière Washelli. (8 octobre 1901)

APLIN, Lorene Rawls est décédée le dimanche 26 octobre 1986 à Bellingham, à l'âge de 92 ans. Née le 2 septembre 1894 à Bellingham, elle vivait dans la région depuis 30 ans. Elle était membre de l’Eastern Star, de la American Legion Auxiliary et membre à vie de la Musicians Union. Elle laisse dans le deuil son mari, M. Bruce M. Aplin de Bellingham; Une fille, Mme Marion Peck et son mari Warren de Redmond; 1 fils, M. Tom Rawls et son épouse Maxine de Bellingham; 1 nièce, Beatrice Reaume de Bellingham; Une belle-fille, Dorothy Rawls de Bellingham; 11 petits-enfants; & 24 petits-enfants. Les offices commémoratifs auront lieu le samedi 1er novembre à 10h30 dans la chapelle funéraire de Greenacre, en présence de Paul Elvig.

APPEL, Jacob – Les funérailles de Jacob "Jack" L’appel de Ferndale est organisé à. 11h00 samedi au Mount View Christian Reformed Church à Lynden, avec le rév. Robert Tigchelaar officiant. Des funérailles privées suivront au cimetière Monumenta à Lynden. M. Apple est décédé le mercredi 22 septembre 1999 à l’hôpital St. Joseph. Il avait 72 ans. Né le 18 septembre 1927 à Gerard et Lena (Oosterwyk) Appel aux Pays-Bas, il émigre en Caroline du Nord en 1952 et s'installe plus tard en Californie. Le 9 mai 1957, il épouse l'Audrey Post en Californie. Ils s'installèrent à Washington en 1958 et dans le comté de Whatcom en 1967. M. Appel dirigeait une production laitière sur Northwest Road et créait par la suite une entreprise de fabrication de fromage, que ses fils poursuivirent après leur retraite. M. Apple a été ancien et membre fondateur de la Mount View Christian Reformed Church. Il était un grand historien et adorait chanter. Les survivants sont son épouse, sa famille, ses épouse Rena Knibbe et Elaine Faulkner et ses fils Gerald, John et Rich Appel, tous des régions de Lynden et Ferndale, son frère Hugh Appel de Wallaceburg, en Ontario, ses soeurs Ann Norder d’Abbotsford, en Colombie-Britannique, Tina Wynia et Elaine VanderMeer. St. Catharines, Ontario, Margaret Berghagen de Weenfleet, Ontario, Alice Kamping à Dunnville, Ontario et Mary Kooy à Toronto et 15 petits-enfants. Les événements sont par Gillies Begravelsesbyrå Lynden.

APPLE, Ida M., 86 ans, qui vivait dans un centre de congrès local le sept. 10 (1974). Elle résidait à Bellingham depuis 84 ans et était membre de l'église d'Assumption. elle laisse pour survivre 1 soeur, Mme Marie Frank de Bellingham; 3 neveux, William J. DeYon de Bellingham, Robert E. DeYon d’Everson et Jack DeYon d’Okanogan, Wash. Les funérailles auront lieu le vendredi 13 septembre à 10 heures au salon funéraire de Bingham & Iron avec le rév. Fred Mueller officiant. Cimetière d'Interment Bay View.

APPLE, John, âgé de 63 ans, résidant au 2520, rue Toledo, est décédé dans un hôpital local le vendredi 2. Août 1957 après une maladie prolongée. M. Apple vivait à Bellingham depuis 35 ans et était membre de l'église Assumption. Il laisse survivre à son épouse, Mme Ida M. Apple, à la maison familiale; une soeur, Mme Mary Brown de Danville, en Virginie, un neveu, Fred Brown de Savage, dans le Maryland. Chapelet, récité à la chapelle de Bingham & Iron Funeral Home le dimanche 4 août à 19h. La messe de Requiem sera célébrée à l'église de l'Assomption le lundi 5 août à 9h30. Inhumation au cimetière de Bay View.

APPLE, Roselee R., 78 ans, est décédée dans un hôpital de Yakima le jeudi 10 mars (1955). Mme Apple vivait à Yakima depuis trois mois et plus tôt, depuis 1898, à Bellingham. Elle laisse dans le deuil deux fils, Cecil Slater, yakima; et Earl Slater, Wenatchee; trois filles, Mme Dorothy Le Master et Mme Clarissa Johnson, toutes deux de ces villes; et Mme Florence Burns, Yakima; 22 petits-enfants et 34 petits-enfants. Le repos repose sur la maison funéraire Bingham, Dahlquist & Iron où les services seront rendus par l'abbé W. Robert Webb le mardi 15 mars à 15h00. Entretien Bayview.

APPLEBY, William A, est décédé à son domicile, le jeudi 2 mai 1957, à l'âge de 71 ans sur 1201 1/2 Etat. M. Appleby vivait à Bellingham depuis douze ans. Il était membre de la Loge centrale n ° 71 A.F. et A.M. de Springfield, Ill. et Ansor Temple du sanctuaire de Springfield. Les funérailles ont eu lieu le lundi 6 mai à 16 heures. dans la chapelle de la cathédrale du salon funéraire Westford avec le rév. W. Robert Webb officiant. Inhumation, vue sur la baie.

APPLEGATE, Douglas Howard, est décédé le mardi 4 octobre 1966, au 2326, rue Victor, à l'âge de 82 ans. Âgé de trente ans et habitant de cette ville, M. Applegate était un machiniste pour PAF et Alaska Packers avant de prendre sa retraite. Il était membre de l'église méthodiste Garden Street; Adjudant pendant sept ans pour Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7 de la Légion américaine; membre de la Légion royale canadienne, branche 2, New Westminster, en C.-B., et ancien chef de Scouts louveteaux, troupe n ° 20 et les Fils de la Légion américaine. Il a servi dans l'armée royale canadienne pendant trois ans au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale. Les survivants sont sa veuve, Elsie, à la maison; une fille, Mme Ed Scowcroft de Billings, Montana; deux petits-enfants; un petit-fils et une soeur, Mme Gladys Logan de Bath, en Angleterre. Les services seront effectués par Rev. Joe Walker vendredi 7. Octobre à 13 heures à la Maison funéraire Jones. Des officiers et un membre de la Légion américaine effectueront des services d'inhumation au Greenacres Memorial Park.

APPLEGATE, Elsie, à l'âge de 81 ans à Burlington, est décédée le dimanche 22 janvier (1978). Elle était membre de la Garden Street Methodist Church et ancienne membre de l'American Legion Auxiliary. Elle laisse dans le deuil plusieurs neveux et nièces, dont Lucille Buttke de Burlington, et a été tuée par son mari, Douglas H. Applegate. Services d'inhumation le jeudi 26 janvier à 15h30 dans le parc commémoratif de Greenacres. Événements de la Maison funéraire Jones.

APPLEGATE, Harold Allen, adjudant-chef, âgé de 35 ans, est décédé dans un hôpital de la Californie le jeudi 16 août 1945. Le chef Applegate faisait partie de la flotte depuis 18 ans et était une suite au combat qui a servi de tel grandes batailles de Pearl Harbor à Leyte. Les parents survivants sont veufs, Gean et un fils, Lawrence, à Nooksack, Washington, un oncle et une tante à Joplin, dans le Missouri, et les beaux-pères, M. et Mme AD Benner, à Nooksack. Les restes reposent sur le site funéraire de Harlow-Hollingsworth, où les services seront rendus par le révérend. Alton Crouse, mercredi 22 août à 13h30. Lieu de repos final, cimetière de Bay View. Les honneurs militaires seront décernés sur le site d'inhumation.

APPLEQUIST, David Leander, âgé de 57 ans, est décédé au domicile familial, 2008, Lindsay Street, le vendredi 18 février. Février 1949. M. Applequist vivait dans cette communauté depuis trente-huit ans et avait été embauché comme porteur. Le défunt était membre de l'église luthérienne de Suède, F. O. E. Aerie n ° 31, et des ouvriers de la construction. Les survivantes sont veuves, Eliza, à la maison; une fille, Mlle Mary Applequist, également à la maison; une belle-fille, Mme Patricia Lancaster, de Bellingham; un beau-fils, Joseph Jensen, Anacortes; Trois soeurs et cinq frères, tous en Suède, et un frère, Leonard, Chicago et un neveu, Robert Applequist, Chicago, Illinois. Les restes sont sur le site de sépulture de Harlow-Hollingsworth, où les services seront rendus par le révérend Clarence Haugen et un officier des Eagles mardi. 22 février à. 10h30 Lieu de repos final, parc commémoratif de Greenacres.

APPLEQUIST, Eliza J., âgée de 59 ans en 2008, rue Lindsay, est décédée dans un hôpital local le jeudi 12 juillet (1951). Mme Applequist vivait dans cette communauté depuis 40 ans et avait participé à l'Assemblée de l'église de Dieu. Les parents survivants comprennent deux filles, Mlle Mary Applequist à la maison et Mme Patricia Lancaster de Bellingham; et un fils, Joseph Jensen, d'Anacortes; quatre petits-enfants; deux soeurs, Mme Selma Bertand, de Pender Harbour, B.C. et Mme Hilda Tesky, de Vedder Crossing, B.C.; un frère, Fritz Stromborg, Abbotsford, B. C. Les restes sont sur le site funéraire de Harlow-Hollingsworth, où les services seront rendus par le révérend David S. Land, le lundi 16 juillet à 13 heures. Lieu de repos final, Greenacres Memorial Park.

APPLEYARD, Anna Haley, âgée de 84 ans, est décédée dans une maison de retraite locale le mercredi 5 février (1964). Mme Appleyard vivait dans cette communauté depuis 25 ans. Les survivants sont une fille, Mme Ed Anderson, Acme; un fils, Robert B. Oakes, Santa Clara, Californie; cinq petits-enfants et douze petits-enfants. Le reste repose sur la Maison funéraire Jones où les services seront terminés le lundi 10 février à 3 heures, suivi de la crémation.

APPLINGTON, Nathan O., âgé de 73 ans, de Deming, est décédé dimanche. 24 septembre 1978. Scierie à la retraite, il vivait dans la société Whatcom depuis 23 ans. Les survivants sont 5 fils; Randal Johnson, Houston, Texas; James Applington d'Everett, David Applinton de Chicago, Malvin Applington de Deming et Warren Applington des B & B. 2 filles; Mme Marsha Balcom de Deming et Mme Melba Sunel ou lui. 1 soeur, Mme Ona Pearson de Deming. 11 petits-enfants, 3 petits-enfants, ainsi que plusieurs nièces, neveux et cousins. Les funérailles seront conduites par dir. Bob Long, mercredi 27 septembre à. 10h30 au salon funéraire Jones. Les funérailles suivront au Greenacres Memorial Park.

APPLINGTON est décédé lundi, le 23 avril, dans un hôpital local, à l'âge de 36 ans, à Demhel, à l'âge de 36 ans, après une longue maladie. Mme Applington résidait à Deming depuis un an. Son mari Nathan, ses deux filles, Mlle Melba Johnson et Mlle Marsha Applington, deux filles de Deming, ont cinq enfants, James, de Sand Point, Idaho, David, Randel, Melvin et Nathan. Warren, tous de Deming. Six frères et soeurs au Texas, plusieurs autres parents. Les funérailles s'achèveront le mercredi 25 avril à 14h30. de Monroe Funeral Chapel à Ferndale, avec rév. G. A. Johnson officiant. Dernier lieu de repos Greenacres.

APT, William H., est décédé le 24 juin 1976 (à l'âge de 63 ans), à l'âge de 63 ans, de la rue Yew. M. Apt vit à Bellingham depuis 1934 et travaille pour Georgia Pacific depuis 40 ans. Il était membre de la section locale 309 de Western Pulp & Paper Workers. Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse Clara; deux fils, William H. de Ferndale et Kenneth de Los Alamos, Nouveau-Mexique; un frère, le Dr J. Walter Apt de Hawaii; deux soeurs, May Hanson et Ethel Johnson, toutes deux de Bellingham; 2 petits-enfants. Les funérailles auront lieu à la chapelle Veroskes Bellingham le mardi 29 juin à 14 heures. avec les funérailles au cimetière de Bay View.

APT, William H., âgé de 83 ans et âgé de 83 ans, est dominé par un hôpital local le samedi 14 avril (1951), au 3100 rue Julia, après une longue maladie. M. Apt vivait à Bellingham depuis 18 ans. Les parents survivants comprennent deux fils, William Jr., Bellingham et Walter of Pullman; deux filles, Mme Art Johnson et Mme Wallace Hanson, toutes deux de Bellingham, et 10 petits-enfants. Les services privés seront terminés le mardi 17 avril à. 01:30 h, heure .. dans la chapelle du cimetière de la cathédrale Westford-Beck avec le rév. Clarence Haugen, pasteur de notre église luthérienne Sauveur officiant. L'inhumation se fera au cimetière de Bay View.

ARAWAY, Dora, 62 ans, Ferndale, est décédée chez elle le vendredi soir 20 avril (1951) après une courte maladie. Mme Araway vit dans la communauté de Ferndale depuis 23 ans et a fréquenté l’église communautaire de Marietta. Les parents survivants comprennent deux fils, Fred de Ferndale et John de Lewiston, Idaho, et trois petits-enfants. Les services auront lieu à la chapelle de la morgue Monroe de Ferndale, le mardi 24 avril à 2 heures du matin, en compagnie du recteur George McMasters. L'inhumation dans la famille complotée au cimetière Woodlawn.

ARAWAY, à l'âge de 22 ans, est décédé Fred J., à Bellingham, le mardi 29 avril 1986, à l'âge de 78 ans. Il est né le 8 mars 1908 à Astrakhan, en Russie. Il résidait à Ferndale depuis 1926. Il émigra de Russie à Boulder, dans le Colorado, en 1913. Il travailla dans la construction pendant plus de 40 ans et fut membre de l'église baptiste Bakerview, Laborers extension 276 à Bellingham et Ferndale Jet Oldsters. Il était un jardinier passionné connu pour ses belles fleurs. Les survivants comprennent sa femme, Doris, de la maison familiale; deux fils, Richard de Seattle et Robert de Belmont, MI; une fille, Marily Almquist de Kent, WA; 10 petits-enfants, Sharon Cavanaugh, Alan et Don Rhea, Larry et Terry Almquist, Julie Gonzalez, Robert, Kathy et Amy Araway et Barbara Hoggatt; cinq petits-enfants, Meghan Cavanaugh, Samuel et Ronald Taylor et Kyle Rhea. Le mémorial a eu lieu à la Bakerview Baptist Church de Ferndale le samedi 3 mai à 2 heures du matin avec le révérend Oscar M. Lee officiant. Crémation au crématorium de Greenacres. Événements de la maison funéraire Moles.

ARAWAY, John H., père, âgé de 70 ans, de Ferndale, décède à son domicile à Ferndale, le dimanche 20 juin (1948). Il réside à Ferndale depuis 22 ans et était un agriculteur à la retraite. Les survivantes sont veuves, Dora; deux fils, Fred et John Jr., tous deux du comté de Whatcom; et trois petits-enfants. Les funérailles auront lieu à la chapelle Monroe à Ferndale, jeudi après-midi, le 24 juin à. 14h, heure normale. Rev. Ivan Belle, officiant. Inhumation au cimetière Woodlawn.

ARBUCKLE, Clyde, 59 ans, de la route 1, Custer, a quitté son domicile le mardi 20 janvier 1959 (1959) après une courte maladie. Les survivants comprennent son épouse, Frieda Anna, chez elle; une fille, Sharon Lee, également à la maison; deux fils, Ronald Clyde et Vernon Ray, tous deux de la route 1, Custer; deux soeurs, Mme Fred Savage de Port Orchard, Washington, et Mme Ellen Pendleton de Californie. Trois frères, Glen of Blaine; Paix de Puyallup; Leslie de Fort. Stellacom. Les funérailles auront lieu le samedi 24 janvier à 10h30 de la maison funéraire McKinney à Blaine avec le rév. Calvin D. Churchill. L'inhumation se fera dans le cimetière Haynie.

ARBUCKLE, Fred, 84 ans, ancien résident de Lynden, est décédé le mardi 27 septembre 1988 dans le bon hôpital samaritain de Puyallup. M. Arbuckle est né le 1 er mars 1904. Diplômé de la Lynden High School, il a travaillé pendant 16 ans à Lynn Hatchery, à Puyallup, avant de rejoindre le conservateur de la Citizen State Bank, aujourd'hui la Rainier Bank. C'était un membre de la loge maçonnique âgé de 50 ans, ainsi que du membre du Northland Grange. Il a fait du bénévolat au Midlands Senior Center. Les survivants incluent son épouse Ethel; sa fille Maxine Lovitt; les fils Gene Arbuckle de Seattle, Paul Arbuckle de la maison familiale et Fred Arbuckle de Seattle; un frère, Glen Arbuckle de Blaine; une soeur, Ellen Pendleton de Custer; trois petits-enfants; et plusieurs nièces et neveux. Les services auront lieu aujourd'hui à 11 heures au Summit United Methodist Church à Puyallup. Les funérailles ont lieu au cimetière de Puyallup. Événements de Funeral Home à Puyallup.

ARBUCKLE, Glenn L., âgé de 86 ans, est décédé, le lundi 5 décembre 1988, à 420 H St., Blaine. Il résidait depuis plus longtemps à Blaine et à Custer. Dans son mariage précoce, il a vécu sur Haynie Road et a travaillé pendant 22 ans dans une ferme. Il a travaillé pendant 18 ans pour le comté en tant qu'agent de la circulation, où il a pris sa retraite en 1970. Il s'est installé à Blaine, en 1957, avec sa femme, Marie. Il était membre de l'église baptiste de Blaine, où il a été actif pendant 58 ans. Il était membre de Haynie Grange pendant 65 ans. Il était également membre de United Teamsters. Il était un leader animalier 4-H et dirigeait un groupe de garçons qui élevaient des cochons Herford. Glenn et son épouse étaient les parents adoptifs d’un certain nombre d’enfants depuis 15 ans. Les survivants incluent son épouse âgée de 58 ans, Marie; deux filles, Patricia Marie McIntyre et son mari, John de Ventura, Californie, et Glenna Lee Vaskelis, et son mari Frank de South Pasadena, Californie. une soeur, Ellen Pendleton de Haynie; quatre petits-enfants et trois petits-enfants, ainsi que plusieurs cousins, cousins, neveux et nièces. Il a été conduit à la mort par trois frères, Clyde, Fred et Leslie; et une soeur, Freda Savage. Un service aura lieu à la Northwest Community Church de Blaine le vendredi 9 décembre à 19h. 10h30 avec les funérailles au cimetière Haynie.

ARBUCKLE, Leslie, 78 ans, qui a grandi à Blaine pendant cinq ans, est décédée samedi dernier (16 avril 1988) dans un centre de congrès à Lacey. Aucun service ne sera organisé. Né le 25 septembre 1909 à Sentinel Butte, dans le Dakota du Nord, il est diplômé des lycées Custer et du Pullman College avant de s’installer à Sweet Road, à Blaine, où il dirigeait une entreprise laitière. Il est ensuite devenu gérant de ferme à l’hôpital Western State. M. Arbuckle, un melon passionné, a déménagé à Lacey après son départ. Les survivants comprennent son épouse, Margaret of Lacey; un fils, John de Bellingham; une fille, Myrna Gluck du Touch; deux frères, Glen de Blaine et Fred de Puyallup; une soeur, Ellen Pendleton de Custer; deux petits-enfants; et plusieurs nièces et neveux.

ARRANGER, Alfred W. – Les funérailles d’Alfred W. Archer, âgé de 71 ans et décédé au 2290 de la rue J, le 28 août 1936, après une maladie grave de quatre ans, se dérouleront dans la chapelle de la cathédrale de la morgue Homer Mark, le mercredi après-midi 2. Le 2 août, avec Dean T. DeWitt Tanner, pasteur de l'église épiscopale St. Paul. L'inhumation se fera dans l'enceinte familiale du parc Greenacres Memorial. M. Archer était un pionnier vivant dans le comté de Whatcom, au cours des quarante dernières années. Avant de vivre, il vivait à Everett, Wash. Il était auparavant employé par la Moore Timber Company de Deming, Wash. Et Warnick Timber Company dans cette ville. M. Archer était un membre des Redmen d'Everett, Wash. Les survivantes sont une demi-soeur, Dora Wesley, une cousine, Sarah Jane Archer, toutes deux au Canada, et une nièce, Lillian Stephen, de Lincoln, dans l'Ohio. Les porteurs de cas seront Hermany Harvey, Bert Bensen, E.J. Barrett, Frank Carpenter, H.K. Anderson et W.A. Moore.

ARCHER, Lueta Anna – Les funérailles de Lueta Anna Archer, âgée de 93 ans sur 1063 W. Axton Rd. Bellingham aura lieu le vendredi 11 janvier à 16 heures au salon funéraire de Greenacre avec le pasteur Harold Schroeder, officiel de la Good News Society Church. Les funérailles auront lieu le lundi 14 janvier à Genève, Nebraska, au cimetière Harmony inhumation. Mme Archer est décédée le 8 janvier 1985. Elle résidait dans le comté de Whatcom depuis 1963 et était membre de l'Église mendonite de Glendale. Elle laisse dans le deuil quatre fils, les jumeaux Lyle J. et son épouse Marguritte de Wichita (Kansas) et Lavyrl F. et son épouse Lola de Nampa (Idaho), Delbert O. et son épouse Leota de Renton, Clair Guy et son épouse Marcia à Rio de Janero, Brésil; 1 fille Alyce (Reimer) et son mari Winfred ou Bellingham; 17 petits-enfants; 25 petits-enfants; 2 arrière petits-enfants. (10 février 1891, Mgr Stasjon, IL)

ARCHIBALD, Edith Grace, de Lyman, ancienne opératrice du Beauty Hall national de cette ville, est décédée chez elle le samedi 8 mars 1941 après une longue maladie. Elle vivait à Lyman depuis six ans et était membre du camp royal no 4705 de Bellingham, et elle était assistante de l'église méthodiste Garden Street. Les survivantes sont son mari, Whitney A. Archibald; deux fils, Wendell et Marvin Bryan, de Sedro-Woolley; sa mère, Mme Lou Bonikowski, de Waupaca, dans le Wisconsin; trois soeurs, Mme Charles Poster, de Ferndale, Mme Dave Baker, de Lancaster, Wisconsin, et Mme Thelma Klemm, de Madison, Wisconsin; trois frères, Leo Wellman, Marshfield, Wisconsin, Roger Wellman, Walworth, Wisconsin et Guy Wellman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Les funérailles seront conduites par le révérend. James E. Milligan mardi à 2h du matin dans la chapelle Harlow-Hollingworth. L'inhumation au parc commémoratif de Greenacres suivra. Les Casketbearers seront Orin James et Ronald Archibald, Fred Russell, George Edquist et Ed Ward.

ARCHIBALD, Ethel, 78 ans, résidant à Sedro Woolley, est décédé à son domicile le 2 août 1978. Né le 17 septembre 1899 à Bellingham. Utilisé ses premières années dans le comté de Whatcom, marié à Art Grey. Il est décédé en 1937. Elle a épousé Ronald Archibald en 1940 et il est décédée en 1964. Elle laisse dans le deuil deux filles, Hazel Betschart de Sedro Woolley et Gladys Fox de Port Angeles; 6 petits-enfants et 6 petits-enfants. Les travaux d'excavation auront lieu à 14 heures, samedi dans le cimetière Saxon, sous la direction de la chapelle Lemley.

ARCHIBALD, Wallace, 80, 500, rue Myrtle est décédé dans un hôpital local le vendredi 21. Février (1958). M. Archibald a vécu plus tôt à Ponoka, en Alberta, et à Bellingham depuis deux ans. Les survivantes sont trois filles, Mlle Margaret Archibald et Mme Art Anderson, toutes deux de Bellingham, et Mme Lilly Godard, d’Edmonton, en Alberta; un fils, Wallace Fraser Archibald, Nanton, Alberta; 11 petits-enfants; 14 petits-enfants; deux frères, Judson, Ponoka, Alberta et Sylvester, de Saskatoon, Sask .; deux soeurs, Mme Chris Meyer, de Galahad, en Alberta, et Mme Ted Townsend de Winnipeg, au Manitoba. Les restes seront acheminés sous la direction de la maison funéraire Jones à la maison funéraire Bascom à Ponoka, en Alberta, où les services seront terminés mardi à 14 heures. Lieu de repos final, cimetière de Forest.

ARCHIBALD, William Albert, décédé à l’hôpital local le jeudi 16 novembre (1950), à l’âge de 82 ans, âgé de 82 ans. M. Archibald vivait ici depuis 1909 et était un bûcheron à la retraite. Les survivants sont quatre fils, Orin L., Skykomish, James L., Roseburg, Oregon, Ronald H., Eureka, Californie et Whitney A. Archibald, Arcata, Californie. deux filles, Mme Laura McLeod, de cette ville, et Mme Lilly Edquist, de Lyman, Wash .; deux soeurs, Mme Jane Nichols, du Wisconsin, et Mme D. F. Graham, du Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada; et sept petits-enfants et six petits-enfants. Les restes reposent sur le site funéraire de Harlow-Hollingsworth, où les services seront rendus par le révérend. Daniel E. Taylor, samedi 18 novembre à. 01:30 h, heure .. Lieu de repos final, vue sur la baie.

ARCHIE, Alice N. est décédée le vendredi 9 septembre. Juillet 1993, à Bellingham. Elle avait 87 ans. À sa demande, aucun service ne sera organisé. Ses cendres seront enterrées au Greenacres Memorial Park. Mme Archie est née le 1 er janvier 1906, à South Hampton (Royaume-Uni), de Charles et Alice Gosney. Elle a vécu à Bellingham pendant les 30 dernières années. Avec son mari, Fred, elle possédait et exploitait des restaurants dans l'ouest de Washington. Mme Archie a été tuée par son mari. Les survivantes sont les filles de Beverly Coots de Jefferson City, dans le Missouri, et de Viola Norvelle, de North Bend, dans le Minerai. son fils, Richard F. Mutsch, San Diego, Californie; les soeurs Freda March de Bellingham et Dora Ogg de Shelton; deux petits-enfants et deux petits-enfants. Événements de la Maison funéraire Jones-Moles.

ARCHAMBAULT, Fred, âgé de 81 ans, qui vivait à Knox Ave en 1817, est décédé dans un hôpital local le mercredi 10 juillet (1957) après une maladie prolongée. M. Archambault a vécu à Bellingham pendant plusieurs années et était membre de l’Église du Sacré-Cœur. Il part survivre à un frère, Norman Archambault, de Friday Harbor. La messe de Requiem sera célébrée à l'église Assumption le mardi 16 juillet à 9 h 30, sous la direction du salon funéraire Bingham & Iron. Inhumation au cimetière de Bay View.

ARDINGER, Ida Jane, est morte le samedi 15 juin 1957. Elle était âgée de 23 ans et résidait à 1509 E. Victor Street. Elle était l'ex-opérateur du Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio. Survivez à plusieurs neveux et nièces. Le reste repose sur le cimetière de Jones où des services privés seront effectués par le révérend. W. Robert Webb Mardi 17 juin à 13 heures, dernier lieu de repos Bayview.

AREGGER, Charles J. "Jim", décédé le mardi 10 avril 1984 à l'âge de 79 ans, est décédé à Trig Rd. Ferndale. M. Aregger est entré à Ferndale en 1953, était membre de l'Église catholique romaine, membre de Operations Engineers, sections locales 3 et 302, et avait été surintendant de Bechtel Corp, où il avait travaillé à la construction initiale des raffineries Mobil and Arco et de l’usine d’aluminium Intalco à Ferndale ainsi que de la raffinerie Texaco à Anacortes. Son petit-fils, Mike Aregger, est décédé avant lui, laissant derrière lui son épouse, Mary of Ferndale; 3 fils, James et son épouse Marion Aregger de Bellingham, Jack et son épouse Carole Aregger de Ferndale, Dick Aregger de Santa Clara, Californie; 3 filles, Bernice et son mari Roy Pottle de Ferndale Sugar et son mari Bill Hiatt de Ferndale Lorraine et son mari Dean Crasper de Ferndale; 1 frère, George Bernal, San Ardo, Californie. 1 soeur, Bernice Bidou de San Ardo, Californie; 21 petits-enfants; 5 petits-enfants; plusieurs nièces et neveux. Les funérailles seront présidées par le père Jack Buckalew le vendredi 13 décembre. Avril à 11h00 au salon funéraire Moles. Les funérailles suivront au parc commémoratif Greenacres.

AREGGER, Jack, 60 ans, de Ferndale, est décédé subitement le 7 janvier 1992 alors qu'il voyageait avec son épouse Carole à Tampa, en Floride. Il était membre de l'église catholique St. Joseph à Ferndale, ingénieur en exploitation. La section locale 302 était un opérateur de grue à la retraite après 44 ans de travaux de construction. Il est venu dans la région de Ferndale pour commencer les travaux de Mobil Oil Corp. avec Bectel Corp. M. Aregger était un excellent ouvrier forestier et était un collectionneur d'antiquités et de jouets. Jack a épousé Carole June Kern le 15 janvier 1955 à Idaho. Il a été tué en 1984 par son père James Aregger et un neveu Mike Aregger en 1971. Il a quitté pour survivre à sa femme Carole Jun Ferndale; sa fille Sue et son mari Dan Metcalf de Bellingham; 2 fils, Steve et Jeff tous deux Ferndale; la mère Mary Aregger de Ferndale; 2 frères, Jim Aregger et son épouse Marion of Bellingham, Dick Aregger de Santa Clara, Californie; 3 soeurs, Bernice et son mari Roy Pottle de Ferndale, Regina "Sugar" et son mari Bill Hiatt de Ferdale, Lorraine et son mari Dean Crapser de Ferndale et plusieurs nièces, neveux et autres membres de la famille. La messe des funérailles chrétiennes sera offerte par le p. Brian J. McGovern et assisté du diacre George Ficken, le vendredi 10 janvier à 10 heures à l'église catholique St. Joseph de Ferndale. Événements de la maison funéraire Moles. (26 novembre 1931 à Redding, Californie à Jim et Mary)

AREGGER, James Richard – Des amis nous ont appris à connaître le décès de James Richard Aregger, âgé de 16 ans, le 14 août 1992. Il est mort à Everett après une longue maladie. Il a fréquenté le lycée Ferndale et a vécu dans le comté toute sa vie. Il était membre de l'église catholique St. Joseph et du chapitre nord-ouest de l'Ordre du DeMolay. Les survivants comprennent ses parents, M. et Mme James C. Aregger Jr .; deux soeurs, Fawn et Lei Lani, toutes deux chez elles et leurs grands-parents, M. et Mme James Aregger de Ferndale et M. et Mme P. W. Howell de Bellingham. Les services funéraires seront à. Jeudi, 10h30, au cimetière Woodlawn, sous la direction de la Maison funéraire Moles.

ARENDSE, Adriana – Services funéraires à Mme Adriana Arendse, âgée de 89 ans, d’Abbotsford, en C.-B., qui a été exécutée le samedi 16 mars dans la première église chrétienne réformée d’Abbotsford avec le rév. A. Beukema officiant. Les funérailles ont eu lieu à 9h30 au cimetière Monumenta à Lynden. Mme Arendse est décédée le mercredi 13 mars (1985). Elle a résidé à Ebenezer Christian Rest Home à Abbotsford et était membre de la première église réformée chrétienne d'Abbotsford. Née aux Pays-Bas le 3 mars 1896, elle a été tuée par son mari Kryn en 1963. Elle laisse dans le deuil ses fils Kryn et son épouse Betty du mont. Vernon; Jack et sa femme Johanna de Burlington; Adrian et son épouse Hermina de Lynden; Arthur et son épouse Jenny, d'Escondido, en Californie; une fille, Audrey et son mari Edward de Clearbrook, C.-B. 38 petits-enfants, 50 petits-enfants, une soeur et deux frères en Hollande. Événements de la maison funéraire Woodlawn-Henderson de Clearbrook.

ARENS, Larry, 6 ans, fils de M. et Mme Robert Arens de la route 1, à Everson, est décédé dans un hôpital local le mardi 1 er août 1950. Il laisse également pour survivre, son frère Rodney; et trois soeurs, Margaret, Sharon et Terry Arens, toutes à la maison; les grands-parents, seigneur et mademoiselle Ray Sand, de cette ville; et son grand-père, MJD Arens, Brownsboro, Oregon. Les offices auront lieu à l'église d'admission, le jeudi 3 août à. 10.30 par rev.fr. J. H. Horn. L'inhumation se fera au Greenacres Memorial Park, sous la direction du salon funéraire de Harlow-Hollingsworth.

ARESTAD, Eric A, 25 ans, est décédé mercredi 1 er mars 1989 à Ferndale d'une maladie congénitale. Il est né le 22 juin 1963 à Olympia et a déménagé avec sa famille dans le comté de Whatcom. M. Arestad était membre de l’assemblée de Ferndale de Dieu. Il est diplômé de Ferndale High School et a fréquenté le Northwest Bible College à Kirkland. Son père, Leif Arestad, est mort devant lui. Les survivants comprennent sa mère, Laura Arestad-Foster, et son beau-père, Jack Foster, de Ferndale; sept soeurs, Kim Rasset et Erin Woodell, toutes deux Bellingham, Debbie Hill de Custer, Jill Noland de Ferndale, JoAnne Knight de Puyallup, Kristen Arestad de Tacoma et Julie Arestad de North Pole, en Alaska; six frères, Lou et Steven Arestad de Ferndale, Stuart et James Arestad de Bellingham, Jon Arestad au pôle Nord en Alaska et David Arestad à Minot en Alaska; et beaucoup d'autres parents. Les travaux d’excavation auront lieu lundi à 11 heures au cimetière de l’entreprise à Ferndale, avec le rév. Arlen Benson officie. Les événements sont organisés par la Maison Funéraire Moles.

ARESTAD, George, 47 ans, de la route 2 à Ferndale, a soudainement quitté le vendredi 14. Octobre 1955 à Wenatchee, Wash. Arestad vivait à Ferndale depuis dix ans. Il était pêcheur commercial et membre de l’Alaska Fishermen's Union. Les parents survivants comprennent un fils, Theodore, de la marine; une fille Judy à Clallam Bay; cinq frères, Trygve de Portland, Leif et Norris de Ferndale, Gabriel de Garden Grove, Californie et Sverre, Seattle; et deux soeurs, Mme Ruth A. _ndahl, missionnaire à Formose, et Mme Gladys Wheeler de Spokane. Les funérailles auront lieu le mercredi 19 octobre à 13 h 30. dans la morgue de Monroe, avec rév. David Christenson officie. Cimetière d'entreprise d'inhumation.

ARESTAD, Leif, 71 ans, 5973 Vista Drive, Ferndale, est décédé le lundi 16 février 1987 à Bellingham. Il est né le 12 janvier 1916 à Custer et a vécu toute sa vie dans le comté de Whatcom. M. Arestad était un producteur de lait à la retraite. Il était membre et diacre de l'église de Ferndale Assembly of God et était un membre du cimetière d'Enterprise âgé de 25 ans. Les survivants incluent son épouse, Laura Arestad, de la maison familiale; sept fils, David Arestad de Minto, en Alaska, Steven Arestad, Eric Arestad et Lou Arestad, tous de Ferndale, Stuart Arestad de Bellingham, Jonathon Arestad de Lawton, Oklahoma et James Arestad de Edison, Wisconsin; sept filles, JoAnne Knight de Puyallup, Deborah Hill de Custer, Kirstan Arestad de Tacoma, Kim Rasset de Bellingham, Julie Arestad de Fairbanks, Alaska, Erin Woodell et Jill Nolan, toutes deux de Ferndale; 11 petits-enfants; deux frères, Norris Arestad ou Ferndale et Gabe Arestad de l'Arizona; une soeur, Ruth Aandahl du Minnesota; et plusieurs nièces et neveux. Les funérailles auront lieu à 13 heures. Jeudi à l'église Ferndale Assembly of God, avec le révérend Arlen Benson officie. L'inhumation se fera au cimetière d'entreprise. Événements à la Maison Funéraire Moles.

ARESTAD, Norris, est décédé à l'âge de 74 ans, sur 6685, North Star Rd., Ferndale. 14 (1988). Elle est née le 10 mars 1914 à Ferndale, WA. He was a lifetime resident of Ferndale & a member of the Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren Church of Ferndale. Survivors include his wife, Virginia of the family home; son, Jerry Arestad & wife Arlynne of Ferndale; daughter, Diana & husband Don Hansen of Ferndale; 6 grandchildren, Richard Arestad & wife Denise of N. Carolina, Ronald Ryan, & Randall Arestad all of Ferndale, Greg & Denise Hanson of Ferndale; 1 great grandson, Nicholas Arestad of N. Carolina; sister, Ruth Aandahl of Minnesota; brother Gabriel Arestad of Arizona; numerous nieces & nephews. Funeral service will be held Friday, Nov. 18, at 2 p.m. at the Triumph Lutheran Church, Ferndale with Pastor Dick Mattila officiating. Burial at Enterprise Cemetery. Arrangements by Moles Funral Home.

ARFORD, Barbara J., age 52, of 517 Linden Rd., passed away Sat. Oct. 23, (1982). Mrs. Arford had resided in Bellingham for the past 12 years and was formerly a resident of Skagit County. She was a member of the Bellingham Golf & Country Club; salesperson for Arnason Realtors. She leaves to survive her husband Oscar L. of the family home; 1 son, Brad Dally of Mt. Vernon; 2 daughters, Penny & husband Mike Tidrington of Mt. Vernon and Koby & husband Dan Peterson of Big Lake; 3 granddaughters, all of Mt. Vernon; 2 brothers, Rodger Fleek of Great Falls, Montana and Harry Junior Jackson of LaConner; several nieces & nephews. At her request there will be no services. Arrangements by the Westford Funeral Home. (b. Nov. 24, 1929 in B'ham)

ARGENBRIGHT, Lucile H., of Rolling Bay, Washington, passed away at her home on Sat., Feb. 14, (1976). Born at Wenatchee, Wa., Mrs. Argenbright lived for a time in Seattle, before moving to Rolling Bay. She was a member of the Washington State Music Teachers Association. In addition to her husband, Wallace M. Argenbright, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Lee Lowe of Mercer Island and Mrs. Tage Blytmann of Bainbridge Island. At her request there will be no services. Remembrances are suggested to the Cornish School of Music.

ARGENBRIGHT, Charles Victor, known as "Grandpa Apple" to many Western Washington University students, has died at age 89. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Geneva Community Church with the Rev. Ridley Latimer officiating. Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Argenbright of 2300 14th St. died Monday (Nov. 27, 1989) in a Bellingham convalescent center. He had lived in Bellingham since he retired in 1965. He was born Jan. 26, 1900, in Versailles, Mo. He was an active member of Geneva Community Church and Gideons International, a Christian organization that distributes the New Testament. Mr. Argenbright enjoyed setting up a card table outside Western's Viking Union, where he sold apples and distributed Gideon Bibles. He married Adriana Osseward in June 1930 in Seattle. A salesman for the National Biscuit Co. (Nabisco) for 39 years, he started out in Seattle, then moved to Port Angeles, where he lived for 25 years until he moved to Bellingham. Survivors include his wife, of the family home; two daughters, Joan Cooper of Bainbridge Island, and Janice LaBrash of Seattle; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one brother, Wallace Argenbright of Bainbridge Island; and one sister, Vera Kuhlman of Watsonville, Calif.

ARIANS, Fred C. – Funeral services for Fred C. Arians, 77, of Bow, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hulbush Funeral Home with burial in the Bow Cemetery. Mr. Arians died Wednesday (July 14, 1971) in Bellingham. He moved to Skagit County in 1940. He retired from Milwaukee Railroad in 1959. He was a World War I army veteran and was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Bellingham. Mr. Arians is survived by the widow, Minnie; one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Peterson of Bow; two sons, Alvin of Seattle and Arthur of Alaska; three sisters, Mrs. Adele Krueger, Mrs. Dorothy Busse and Mrs. Elsie Dyess, all in Florida; and six grandchildren.

ARIANS, Minnie – Graveside services for former Bow resident Minnie Arians, 87, will be at 10:15 a.m. Friday at Bow Cemetery. Memorial services will follow at Edison Lutheran Church. Mrs. Arians died in a Burlington nursing home Tuesday. She was born Jan. 14, 1902, in Powellsville, Ohio. She married Fred C. Arians on July 15, 1923, in Sterling, Colo. He preceded her in death in 1971. Mrs. Arians worked for the Iron Workers and Laborers Union in Bellingham until retiring in 1972. She was a member of the Edison Lutheran Church and the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 44, in Mount Vernon. Survivors include a daughter, Lucille Peterson of Bow; two sons, Alvin Arians of Seattle and Arthur Arians of Anchorage; one brother, the Rev. Carl Busse of Toledo, Ohio; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Hulbush Funeral Home of Burlington.

ARKO, Frank, age 75, of 3124 Peabody, passed away in a local hospital Friday, June 17, (1966). Mr. Arko was a retired coal miner, and was a member of the United Mine Workers union and Slovenian Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Ursula at home; 1 son, Dan F. of Ferndale; 2 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandchild; 3 brothers, Joe of Renton; Matt of Cleveland, Ohio; and Louie in Austria. Mr. Arko will lie in state in the Westford Funeral Home until 3:00 p.m. Søndag. Memorial services will be held in the Unity Church of Truth following the regular Sunday service. Memorials may be made to a favorite charity.

ARKO, Ursula, 86, of 205 South B. C. Ave., Lynden, died Wednesday (Aug. 25, 1982). A Whatcom County resident since 1934, she was born Aug. 22, 1895, in Austria. She was a member of Church of Truth. Survivors include a son, Dan Arko, of Ferndale, and five grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Westford Funeral Home. Cremation will follow.

ARMBRUST, Louis A., age 71, of 2631 Peabody Street, passed away in a local hospital Monday, September 15, (1952). Mr. Armbrust had resided in Bellingham for the past three years, and had formerly lived in Columbus, Ohio. He had been employed as a clerk in a clothing store, and was a veteran of the first World War. He attended the Salvation Army, and was a member of the Washington Club. Surviving relatives include the widow, Mrs. Frances Armbrust, of the family home; four sons, Clyde Armbrust, Landrum, of Columbus, Ohio, Louis Armbrust with the U. S. Army in Korea, and Kenneth Smith; one grandchild; one great-grandchild; three brothers, Fred of Erie, Penn., Edward and Elmer, both of Columbus, Ohio; and three sisters, Mrs. Estella Heller, Mrs. Kate Karshner, and Mrs. Lena Reams, all of Columbus, Ohio. The remains rest at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by Captain Elise K. Hogland Thursday, September 18, at 1 p.m. Final resting place, Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARMBRUSTER, Audrey B., age 75 of the Highlands, Seattle died March 26, 1988 in a Seattle hospital. She was born February 17, 1913 in Everett. She was a graduate of Everett High School and the University of Washington and has lived in Seattle since 1942. She was a member of Epiphany Episcopal Church and Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. She leaves her 2 sons, Norman Armbruster of Snohomish and Kurt Armbruster of Seattle; her daughter Garnis Armbruster of the British West Indies and 2 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fredrick R. Armbruster on July 26, 1985. Funeral services will be Thursday, March 31, 1988 at 3 p.m. Evergreen Funeral Home Chapel, Everett.

ARMBRUSTER, Gerald A., age 67, of 3789 Lego Bay Rd., Lummi Island. Passed away at his home Sun., Feb. 2, 1986. He had been a Lummi Island resident the last 5 yrs & prior to that lived in Denver, CO where he retired from the Colorado Interstate Gas Co. after 33 yrs of service. He was a member of the Methodist Church & ex-alumnus of Hardin Simmons University of Abilene, Texas, played in the Cowboy Band, was active in the El Paso Masonic Lodge of Colorado Springs, CO for 42 yrs. He leaves to survive his wife Betty of Lummi Island, 1 son Frederick L. Armbruster & wife Patricia of Abilene, Texas, mother-in-law Faye Havens, sister Barbara Jane Baker of Denver, CO, 1 granddaughter Kelly Armbruster & grandson Matthew Armbruster. Graveside Committal of Ashes services will be conducted Thur., Feb. 6, at 2 p.m. in Lummi Island Cemetery w/the Ferndale Masonic Lodge No. 264, F & AM officiating. Memorials may be made to the Lummi Island Firemans Auxiliary Fund. Cremation arrangements by Moles Funeral Home. (b. July 27, 1918 in CO)

ARMBURSTER, Frederick R., 72 of Seattle, died July 26, (1985) at his home. He was a chemical engineer for the Dow Company from 1938 to 1965. Also a limited partner of Coleman & Riddell of Birch Bay Village development until his retirement. Member of the Rainier club, Seattle Golf & Country Club, graduated from University of Washington in 1936. He is survived by his wife Audry Seattle, daughter Garnis Armburster of St. Vincent W. Indies, 2 sons Norman of Kirkland, Kurt of Seattle, 4 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Viva Matheson, Lake Stevens, Inez Matheson Mt. Vernon. Funeral services Thursday 11 a.m. Evergreen Funeral Home 4504 Broadway Everett.

ARMESTAGE, George, age 79 years, of 701 Central Avenue, passed away following a heart attack Thursday, May 28, (1953). He had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 50 years and leaves to survive two sisters, Mrs. Florence R. Whitson, of Still Water, Okla., and Mrs. Sarah Phillips, of Ashland, Ore.; one brother, Thomas Armestage in Oklahoma. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, June 1, at 10:30 a.m. within the Chapel of the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral Home with Mrs. Margaret Whitney Kupfer officiating. Cremation.

ARMITAGE, Vida D. – Memorial services for Vida D. age 87, formerly of 919 E. Maple St., will be Mon. May 22, 1 p.m. at Greenacres Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. William Berney, Garden Street United Methodist Church officiating. Cremation with inurnment Greenacres Memorial Park. Mrs. Armitage passed away Wed. May 17, 1989. She is survived by 3 nieces, Judith Gallagher of Redmond, Florence Showell of Missoula, Montana, & Susan Butler of Huson, Montana; 3 grand nieces, 2 grand nephews & 6 great-grand nephews. Mrs. Armitage was a resident of Bellingham since 1959; attended Garden Street United Methodist Church; was a very active member of Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7 American Legion Auxiliary and 8 et 40 Salon; active member of the Whatcom County Republican Party and the Washington State Republican Party; member of the St. Luke's Hospital Gladys Morse Auxiliary; Aftermath Club; Whatcom County Museum; Theater Guild & Olivet Chapter OES in Lander, Wyoming. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home.

ARMSTRONG, Ada Annie, age 78, passed away at her home, 1920 Ellis St., Monday, April 7, (1957). Mrs. Armstrong had been a 56 year resident of this community and was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving relatives are three sons, Albert of Los Angeles, Calif., Bruce of Victoria, Texas, and Cecil of Bellingham; two daughters, Mrs. Ada Wirig of Bellingham, and Mrs. Victoria Griffiths of Abbotsford, B. C.; eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Dr. W. Carl Calhoun, Friday, April 11, at 3 p.m. Final resting place, Bay View.

ARMSTRONG, Agnes G. – Funeral services for Agnes G. Armstrong, age 84, of 2817 Utter St., will be held on Fri., June 1, at 10:00 a.m. at the Jones Funeral Home with Rev. John Langlitz Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, officiating. Internment Greenacres Memorial Park. Mrs. Armstrong passed away May 26, 1984, and is survived by one son, Robert Hinton of Everett; 3 grandsons, Robert M. Hinton of city; Steven & David Hinton, both of Everett; 2 great grandchildren, Eric & Margaret Hinton. Mrs. Armstrong had been a resident of Whatcom County for most of her life & was a retired teacher from the Whatcom County School District. She was a member & Past Worthy Matron of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 58, O. E. S. (b. July 5, 1899 on Orcas Island)

ARMSTRONG, Alfred, age 84 years, 2438 Nevada Street, passed away at a local hospital, Friday, October 11, (1946) following a lingering illness. Mr. Armstrong had been a resident of Bellingham for the past forty-one years and leaves to survive, three sons, William, Arthur and Floyd, all of Bellingham; four grandchildren; also one brother, George Armstrong in California. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, October 17, at 2 p.m. with Rev. James Martyn Wilson officiating. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery, under the direction of the Bingham-Dahlquist Funeral Home.

ARMSTRONG, Anne L. – Funeral service for Anne L. Armstrong, age 94 of 1530 James St. will be Monday, March 14, 3:00 p.m. Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Al Currier of the Advent Christian Church officiating. Interment will be at Greenacres Memorial Park. Mrs. Armstrong passed away Friday March 11, 1983. Surviving are 1 daughter, Mrs. Peggy Louise Crowell of Olympia; 4 grandsons and 17 great grandsons; 2 nieces and 4 nephews. A resident of Bellingham since 1891, Mrs. Armstrong arrived here at the age of two with the pioneer family of Richard Siemons. She was a life member of the Advent Christian Church and had written the history of the Bellingham Church.

ARMSTRONG, Arthur J. – Funeral services for Arthur J. Armstrong, age 79, of 2817 Utter St., will be Friday April 6 at 3 p.m. at the Jones Funeral Home with Rev. John Langlitz, St. Paul's Episcopal Church officiating. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park. Mr. Armstrong passed away Wed. April 4, (1984). He is survived by his wife Agnes & 1 brother Floyd Armstrong of City. Mr. Armstrong had been a life resident of Whatcom County. (b. April 30, 1904 Pinconing, Mich.; US Navy WWII; truck driver for Puget Sound Power & Light)

ARMSTRONG, Bens S., age 74, Rt. No. 2, Blaine, passed away in Seattle, Saturday, Oct. 27, (1962). Mr. Armstrong had resided in this community for the past twenty years, was a retired Customs Broker, and a member of the Advent Christian Church. Survivors are his widow, Helen, at home; two daughters Mrs. Peggy Wood Crowell, Seattle; Mrs. Don Goodrich, Eugene, Oregon; 3 grandsons, John, Robert and Charles Wood, and two nieces, including Mrs. Harry R. Huddart of Bellingham. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Rev. Donald E. Wrigley Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 1:00 P.M., after which time they will be forwarded to Howard Lake, Minnesota.

ARMSTRONG, Bruce A. age 69, of 1025 Fraser St. Bellingham, passed away Fri. Sept. 8, 1989. A Whatcom County resident for 65 years he was a member of Teamsters Local 231, and is survived by his wife, Gloria; 2 sons, Richard & wife Shirley Armstrong of Everett, Gary & wife Mary Ann Armstrong of City; daughter, Lori Anne Armstrong of Blaine; 3 grandchildren, Brenda, Bruce & David Armstrong. A gathering for relatives & friends will be Sat. Sept. 16, 12 noon, South Fork of Nooksack River, Highway 9. (b Aug. 16, 1920 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan)

ARMSTRONG, Cecil Samuel died November 23, 1991. Born March 24, 1906 at home on Nevada Street, Bellingham; his parents were George Armstrong and Ada (Wilkins) Armstrong. Cec lived most of his life in Bellingham and wondered that anyone wished to travel since "we live in the best part of the world right here." Camping, hunting and fishing were a great joy in his life. He worked longshore from 1941 to retirement in 1968; member of the ILWU Local #7 and Local #98. Preceded in death by his wife, Esther Pohl Armstrong, in 1983 and a son, Floren Armstrong Miller in 1988. He is survived by his daughter, Norma Armstrong Thompson of Puyallup, WA; 8 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; sister, Victoria Armstrong Griffiths, Abbotsford, B. C. Canada; 3 nephews. At Cec's request there will be no memorial service following cremation.

ARMSTRONG, Edna, age 62, of 411 E. Magnolia, passed away at her residence, Monday, Oct. 9, (1961) following an extended illness. Mrs. Armstrong had resided in Bellingham for the past 30 years. She was employed at the Leopold Hotel for many years and was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Survivors include 1 son, Donald Lewis of Wrangell, Alaska, 2 daughters, Mrs. John G. Brooks of this city and Mrs. Peter Pecarich of Blaine, 9 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 1:30 p.m. in St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

ARMSTRONG, Esther Ruth, age 77, of 2323 Queen St., passed away Sat. June 25, 1983. She is survived by her husband Cecil; 1 son, Floren Miller of Edmonds; 1 daughter, Norma Thompson of Puyallup; 8 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; 1 sister, Anna Pohl of Gothenburg, Nebraska. Mrs. Armstrong had been a Bellingham resident for the past 50 years. No services will be held. Cremation Greenacres Memorial Park. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home. (b. June 10, 1906 Gothenburg, NE)

ARMSTRONG, Frances W., age 72 of 604 York St., passed away Thurs. May 29, 1980. Mrs. Armstrong was a life resident of this community and a member of Central Lutheran Church. She is survived by her son Loren R. Armstrong, City; 3 grandchildren; 1 brother, Grant Larson, City; 2 sisters, Mrs. Louise Spees and Mrs. Lillian Torgeson both of City. Services will be conducted Monday June 2, 10:30 a.m. at the Jones Funeral Home, Rev. Leonard Ericksen officiating. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Central Lutheran Church Building Fund.

ARMSTRONG, Harold W. "Army", age 82 of 1320 Lakeway, passed away Sun. Dec.
21, 1980. A life resident of this community Mr. Armstrong was a retired security
guard, a charter member of the Bellingham Golf & Country Club and had
operated a restaurant in Bellingham for many years. He is survived by his
wife Gladys; 2 daughters, Opal & husband Roscoe Phare of Seal Rock, Oregon
and Camilla & husband Edward Riley of Vancouver, B. C.; 3 step-daughters;
1 step-son; 11 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren. Graveside services
will be conducted Fri. Dec. 26, 1 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, Pastor R. L.
Christensen officiating. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home. (b. Jan. 12,
1898 B'ham)

ARMSTRONG, Hazel M., age 67, who resided at 2700 Meridian St., passed away
in a local hospital on Monday, Feb. 23, (1959) following an extended illness.
Mrs. Armstrong had resided in Bellingham since 1924 and was a member of the
Lutheran Church. She leaves to survive two daughters, Mrs. Edith Solomon
of Santa Ana, Calif., Mrs. Isabell Kruzich of Highland, Calif.; one son,
Bruce A. of Bellingham; 15 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Rev. E.
M. Butenschoen will officiate at funeral services on Thursday, Feb. 26, at
2 p.m. in the Chapel of the Bingham and Jerns Funeral Home. Cremation.

ARMSTRONG, Hertha L., age 53, who resided at 1690 Laurel Rd., passed away
in a Seattle hospital Tuesday, May 22, (1962) following a brief illness.
Mrs. Armstrong had resided in Bellingham for the past 39 years. She was a
member of the Laurel Good Will Club, the Home Improvement Club and was very
active in the 4-H Club. She leaves to survive her husband, Marshall J. at
the family home; her daughter, Mrs. Loretta Holzberger of Fairfiled, Wash.;
her mother, Mrs. Julia Hohensee of Bellingham; four sisters, Mrs. Alice Tenaglia
and Mrs. Paula Norman of Bellingham, Mrs. Helma Muchowski of Vernon, B. C.,
and Mrs. Gertrude Tenaglia of Moses Lake, Wash.; two grandsons, also numerous
nieces and nephews. Rev. S. H. Quiring of Seattle will officiate at funeral
services on Friday, May 25, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Bingham & Jerns
Funeral Home. Interment Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARMSTRONG, Malcolm William died suddenly Friday July 8, 1977 a victim of
an accident. He was born March 23, 1903 in Bellingham, Washington. He was
a member of the Masters and Pilots Organization. Married Elizabeth Zimmermann
in May 1, 1939. He was a well known farmer of the Lynden area for the past
twenty-two years. He was a member of the Fairhaven Masonic Lodge, No. 73,
Bellingham, also a member of the Laurel Grange. Survivors are wife, Elizabeth
Armstrong; sons, Robert W. Armstrong & wife Phylis, Kurt M. Armstrong
& wife Sharon; 4 grandchildren; sister, Ramona Bremmer and husband Lewis;
brother, Robert Keith Armstrong & wife Lois; aunt, Esther McNutt &
husband Walter; numerous nieces & nephews. At his request cremation and
private arrangements have been made with the family. In place of flowers
it is suggested that contributions be made to the widow and orphans Fund,
Fairhaven Lodge, No. 73, Bellingham.

ARMSTRONG, Margaret E. age 88, of 1200 Birchwood Ave. passed away Wednesday,
July 7th, (1993). She had been a resident of Bellingham since 1916. She was
a member of The First Christian Church & DAR. She is survived by her
son Alfred & wife Willadine of Humptulips, WA; Daughter Jeanette &
husband Galen Parker of Bellingham. Memorial services will be held Saturday
July 10th at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church with Reverend Harry Baird
officiating. Arrangements by Jerns-Leveck Funeral Chapel. (b. Sept. 7, 1904
Pe Ell, WA to Junius & Claudia goodrich)

ARMSTRONG, Marshall J., age 79 of Bellingham, died Saturday, Dec. 3, (1988)
in B'ham. He was born May 27, 1909 in Bellingham & was a life-time resident
of the county. Mr. Armstrong was a retired shingle weaver & was employed
for 28 yrs as a truck driver for Columbia Valley & Copeland Lumber. He
was a member of Bellingham's Elks Lodge No. 194. Survivors include his wife,
Myrtle of the family home; a daughter Loretta Holtzberger & husband John
of Puyallup; 3 grandsons & 1 great-granddaughter; 5 step-children, Ilene
Fenton of Custer, Dale Dwight of Mill Creek, WA, Floyd Dwight of Ferndale,
Marlene Talman of Blaine, Lynda Ness of Blaine; 2 sisters, Lois Helstrom
of Bothell, Wilma Sorrentino of Seattle; numerous nieces & nephews. services
will be held Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1 p.m. at Greenacres Funeral Home Chapel, Axton
& NW Rds. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Tall Elks No.
194 Cripple Children Fund. (m. Mrytle Sept 3, 1965 Boise, ID)

ARMSTRONG, Mervin Robert, age 32, of 818 Kentucky, passed away at a local
hospital Sunday, July 30, (1950) following an extended illness. Mr. Armstrong
had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 26 years; he was a member
of the Church of the Assumption, and a veteran of World War II. Surviving
relatives include his wife, Myrtle; three daughters, Darlene, Edith and Zelda,
and four sons, James, Vincent, Roger and Gregory, all at home; his father,
Robert Armstrong, of Saskatchewan, Canada; his mother, Mrs. Hazel Armstrong,
of Bellingham; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Solomon of Garden Grove, Calif., and
Mrs. Isobel Kruzich of Bellingham; a brother, Bruce, of Bellingham, and numerous
other relatives. Rosary will be said Tuesday, August 1, at 7:30 p.m. dans
the Church of the Assumption. Requeim mass will be said Wednesday, August
2, at 9 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. John Horan officiating. Interment in the Lynden
Cemetery under the direction of the Bingham-Dahlquist & Jerns Funeral
Home.

ARMSTRONG, Myrtle, age 64 who resided at 4000 Flynn Street, passed away in
a local nursing home Sunday, March 14, 1982. She leaves to survive 4 sons,
Vince Armstrong of Everson; Roger, Gregory & James of Seattle; 3 daughters,
Edith Blakeway of Randle; Darlene Blurton of Seattle; Zelda Kennedy of Port
Townsend; 2 brothers, Traverse Burdick of Naselle; & Henry Howe of Redmond;
2 sisters, Zelda Luby of California; & Sue Morris of Idaho; 15 grandchildren;
2 great grandchildren; numerous nieces & nephews. Services will be held
Thursday, March 18 at 1 p.m. in Veroske Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel.
Those wishing may contribute to the American Arthritis Foundation. (b. July
17, 1917 Polson, MT)

ARMSTRONG, Phyllis G. "Sunny" age 59, of Bothell passed away Wednesday, December
22, 1993. Born September 17, 1934 in Halstad, Minnesota to Roy and Alpha
Sundseth, she was a member of Central Lutheran Church; member of Business
Women's Assn. of Bellingham; employed at Pacific First Federal Savings and
Loan for many years. Survived by her husband, Bill Armstrong; 2 daughters,
Roxana and husband Dana Wilson of Bellingham, Tika and husband Blair Carter
of Westminster, Colorado; mother, Alpha Haussler of Bellingham; brothers,
Marlo and wife Charlene Sundseth of Bellingham, Mitchell and wife Winnie
Sundseth of Newport, WA; sisters, Sylvia and husband Tommy Thomson, Rosemary
and husband Norm Vigre, all of Bellingham; 2 granddaughters, Danayle and
SaraJean Wilson; 2 grandsons, Jordan Wilson and Spencer Carter; beaucoup
nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by father, Roy Sundseth, step-father,
Ted Haussler, sister, Ruth Nichols. The family suggest memorials to Central
Lutheran Church Parament (sic) Fund. Funeral service Monday, December 27,
1993, 1:00 P.M. Central Lutheran Church with Reverend Leonard C. Ericksen
officiating. Burial Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARMSTRONG, Vera Forbes, 83, of 2629 Lummi View Drive, a retired elementary
school teacher in the Ferndale School District, died Friday (July 7, 1989)
at Sehome Convalescent Center, where she had been for only one day. A lifetime
resident of Bellingham, she was born here Sept. 23, 1905. Her husband, Wallace
Y. Armstrong, died Aug. 9, 1976 after a long illness. Mrs. Armstrong was
active in the Washington Retired Teachers Association, the ladies auxiliary
of the local machinists union, and the Eastern Star masonic order. Survivors
include a nephew, Robert W. Armstrong of Bothell and a niece, Marlene Doyle
of Everett, raised as Mrs. Armstrong's son and daughter; four grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Evelyn Monohon of Spokane, Lois
Folmsbee of Bellingham and Doris Walton of Everett; and a brother, Owen Forbes
of Everett. The family requests no flowers. Private family services will
be Saturday in Bellingham.

ARMSTRONG, Wallace Y., age 69 of Bellingham passed away Friday, August 27,
(1976). He was born in Maple Falls and lived in Bellingham most of his life.
Surviving are his wife, Vera Armstrong and daughter, Marlene Doyle of Everett;
1 sister, Mona Bremmer of Walla Walla; 2 brothers, Malcolm W. Armstrong of
Lynden and Keith Armstrong of Anchorage, Alaska; nephews, R. W. "Bill" Armstrong
of Bellingham and Kurt M. Armstrong of Lynden; 1 aunt, Esther McNutt of Seattle
and grandchildren. Prior to retirement he worked as a business representative
to Machinists Local 279, active until his death in local, state, civil and
labor affairs. He was a charter member of the Bellingham DeMolay and was
a member of Fairhaven Masonic Lodge No. 73, Scottish Rite Shriners, Whatcom
County Planning Commission, State Machinists and Apprenticeships Councils,
City and County Civil Service, Original Advisory Board Bellingham Technical
School. Memorial services will be held at the Masonic Temple, 1101 State
St., Bellingham, at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1976. Memorials may be given
to the Bellingham Temple, Inc. or to your favorite charity.

ARMSTRONG, Walter S., age 73, of 405 E. Magnolia Street, passed away in a
local hospital Thursday, March 29, (1951). Mr. Armstrong, a retired restaurant
owner, was serving as Whatcom County constable at the time of his passing.
He had resided here for the past 61 years and was a former city councilman.
He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 31; Bellingham
Bay Lodge No. 44, F. & A. M.; Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 56, Knights of
Pythias; and he was a member and past exalted ruler of Bellingham Lodge No.
194, B. P. O. Elks. Surviving relatives are one son, Robert W. Armstrong,
of Seattle; one grandson; one brother, Harold W., of this city; and one sister,
Mrs. Helen Elliott, of Baker, Ore. The remains rest at the funeral home of
Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted by the Rev. W. Carl
Calhoun and officers Bellingham Lodge No. 194, B. P. O. E., Saturday, March
31 at 3 p.m. Cremation.

ARMSTRONG, William James, age 83 passed away in a local hospital June 2,
1983. He had been a resident of Bellingham for the last 78 years and attended
the First Christian Church. He was a former custodian for the Bellingham
School District. He leaves to survive his wife, Margaret of Bellingham; 1
son, Alfred J. and wife, Welladine of Hoquaim; 1 daughter, Jeanette and husband,
Galen Parker of Bellingham; 2 brothers, Arthur and Floyd Armstrong of Bellingham;
6 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Washington
State Heart Fund or First Christian Church. Memorial services will be held
Sunday, June 5, at 3:00 PM in the First Christian Church with Reverend Richard
Talley officiating under the direction of Jerns LeVeck Funeral Chapel &
Crematorium.

ARNASON, Ena G., age 84, of 700 32nd St. passed away Fri. June 8, (1984).
Mrs. Arnason had resided in Bellingham for the past 80 years. She was preceded
in death by her husband Hal G. Sr. & a daughter Natalie Graham. Elle était
a member of the Frye Club, the OES Maple Leaf Chapter, Bellingham Yacht Club
and the Zenobia Club. She leaves to survive a son Hal G. Arnason Jr. of this
city; 7 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren & 3 great-great-grandchildren;
4 brothers, Kay, Harry, Walt & Jon Goodman; 2 sisters, June Ewing &
Florence Ramsay, all of this city; numerous nieces & nephews. funérailles
services will be conducted Tues. June 12 at 1:30 P.M. in the Chapel of the
Westford Funeral Home with Rev. John Langlitz officiating. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. Memorial to the Salvation Army. (b. May 6, 1900 Pembina County,
ND)

ARNASON, Hal G., Sr., age 67, of 3039 Eldridge Ave., passed away Thursday,
November 17, (1966). Mr. Arnason had resided in Whatcom County for the past
65 years and was a member of Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 44, F. & A. M.,
Scottish Rite Bodies, Nile Temple of the Shrine and was past president of
the Northwest Shrine Club, Bellingham Central Lions Club, Bellingham Chamber
of Commerce, Salvation Army Board, Bellingham Association of Insurance Agents,
and Bellingham Board of Realtors. He leaves to survive his wife, Ena G.,
of the family home, 1 son, Hal G., Jr.; 1 daughter, Mrs. Natalie Graham,
both of this city; 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Mrs.
Olive Bauthues of Custer and Mrs. Mattie Lindquist of city; several nieces
and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, November 22 at 1:30
p.m. in the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home, Rev. John Winn officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.

ARNASON, Jonia, age 88, a long-time resident of Blaine, passed away at her
home Tuesday morning, May 23, (1950) following a lingering illness. funérailles
services will be conducted, Thursday, May 25, at 1:30 p.m. from the McKinney
Funeral Home in Blaine with the Rev. A. E. Kristjannson officiating. Interment
in the Blaine Cemetery.

ARNASON, Stephen, age 91, of Blaine, passed away Saturday, June 15, (1957)
following a lingering illness. He was a resident of the Blaine Icelandic
home at the time of his death and had lived at Blaine for the past 51 years.
Surviving relatives include one son, Harold G. Arnason Sr., of Bellingham;
two daughters, Mattie L. Lindquist of Bellingham and Olive E. Bauthes of
Custer; eight grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Services have been
scheduled for Tuesday at 2 p.m. at McKinney Funeral Home in Blaine with the
Rev. Evan David officiating. Interment will be at Woodlawn Cemetery.

ARNDT, Frank Leon, age 47, of 6075 Wiltshire Street, Vancouver, B. C., passed
away in that city Saturday, March 17, (1951). Mr. Arndt had resided in Bellingham
four years before moving to Vancouver nine years ago where he was employed
as an accountant with the Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Company. Surviving
relatives are his widow, Ruth E., and one daughter, Miss Jean Ruth Arndt,
both of Vancouver, B. C., and one brother, J. A. Arndt, of Philadelphia,
Pa. The remains will be received by the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth
where Christian Science services will be read Saturday, March 24, at 3 p.m.
Final resting place, Bay View.

ARNDT, Herbert C., age 48, of Rt. 1, Blaine, passed away in a local hospital
Friday, January 28, (1972). A resident of Whatcom County for the past 1 1/2
years he served with the U.S. Navy during World War II and was employed by
the Parsons construction Co. Surviving are his wife Marianne; a daughter,
Kellie Jean; 4 brothers, Bill of Seattle, Milford of Clallam Bay, Vern of
Marysville and Russ of Omak; 3 sisters, Bertha Moreau, Ellen O'Malley and
Feeny Bains all of Seattle. Graveside funeral services will be held in the
Floral Hills Cemetery, Lynwood Monday, January 31 at 1 p.m. under the direction
of Veroske's Bellingham Funeral Chapel.

ARNDT, Ruth Esther, age 78, of 1320 Lakeway Dr., passed away Tues. Feb. 13,
1979. A resident of this community for 1 year, formerly of Pacific Grove,
CA. She was a member of the Unitarian Church & is survived by 1 daughter,
Mrs. Jean Fowler of McKinleyville, CA, 2 grandsons: Brett & Scott Fowler.
At her request no services will be held. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home.

ARNELL, Annie, age 95, of Everson, passed away at her home Friday, June 24,
(1959). Mrs. Arnell was born in Wick, Sussex County, England. Mrs. Arnell
had been a resident of Whatcom County since 1908. She is survived by two
sons, Charles Arnell, Oceanside, Calif., Sam Arnell, of New Westminster,
B. C.; four daughters, Mrs. Annie Gay and Mrs. John Boyd, both of West Vancouver,
B. C., Mrs. L. H. Boyce, of Vancouver, B. C., and Mrs. Ivy Stratton of Everson;
17 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren. Private funeral services are being
held in Gillies Funeral Home in Lynden, Monday, July 27, at 1:30 p.m. rev.
Neal Higbee officiating. Burial will follow in Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARNESEN, Evelyn M., age 82, of 413 1/2 Front St., Lynden, passed away at
her residence Thurs. Jan. 7, (1988). Mrs. Arnesen had resided in Whatcom
County for the past 18 years; retired medical underwriter for Metropolitan
Life. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and is survived by
a daughter, Marguerite Arnesen of Mount Vernon; 4 grandchildren. Rosary will
be said Sunday, Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
Lynden. Mass will be Jan. 11, 10 a.m. St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Lynden.
Burial will follow at Bayview Cemetery. Under the direction of Westford Funeral
Home.

ARNESON, Anton, age 6_ years of Route 1, Lynden, passed away at his home
Friday, Feb. 1, (1957) following a lingering illness. He has resided in the
Lynden district for the past 13 years, and is survived by his wife, May;
one son, Harold, of Lynden, one daughter, Gayle Rachinski of Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada; eight grandchildren; one brother, Malford of Chicago; six brothers
and three sisters in Norway. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday,
Feb. 6, at 2 p.m. from the Assembly of God Church in Lynden with Rev. Skaggs
officiating. Interment in Lynden Cemetery under the direction of the Gillies
Funeral Home in Lynden.

ARNESON, Laural, age 87 of Lynden, went to be with her Heavenly Father on Wednesday, July 4, 2007 at St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham.
Born in Regina, Saskatchewan on November 29, 1919, she was the daughter of Clifford and Amelia (Holmes) Close. Laural grew up in Saskatchewan and following high school she attended Prairie Bible Institute in Saskatoon. Following graduation from Bible College, she became ordained with the Assemblies of God Church and did evangelistic work. She married J. Harold Arneson in Noonan, North Dakota on October 9, 1941 and they ministered in Montana prior to moving to Lynden in 1952. Harold and Laural operated a strawberry farm near Lynden and also continued their ministry in the Lynden area and also for many years in Arizona where they would spend their winters. She was a member of Word of Life Church in Lynden and enjoyed painting, especially lighthouses.
Mrs. Arneson was preceded in death by her husband Harold and a brother Orval Close and is survived by her children Garth (Eve) Arneson of Lynden, Bryan (Pam) Arneson of Portland, OR., Marlin (Rosilyn) Arneson of Lynden and LaDonna (Wendell) Kruger of Olympia; seventeen grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren and numerous other relatives.
Visitation hours will be from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11, at Gillies Funeral Home in Lynden.
Graveside services will be conducted on Thursday, July 12, at 10:15 a.m. in Monumenta Cemetery in Lynden followed by funeral services at 11:00 a.m. in Word of Life Church, 1986 Main St., Lynden, with Rev. Wendell Kruger officiating.

ARNESON, May O., 85, formerly of 200 Grover St., Lynden, died Friday (Oct.
25, 1985) in Lynden. Born Jan. 8, 1900 in Sabetha, Kan., she married Anton
Arneson in North Dakota. The couple moved to Lynden in 1943. Her husband
died in 1957. Mrs. Arneson was a member of the Word of Life Church. Survivors
include a son, Harold, formerly of Lynden; a daughter, Gayle Rainey, Lynden;
nine grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m.
Tuesday at Word of Life Church, followed by burial in Lynden Cemetery. Gillies
Funeral Home.

ARNETT, Cliff James (James Temple), age 66, of 2114 Young Street, passed
away in a local hospital, Monday, December 13, (1948). Mr. Arnett had resided
in this community for the past two years and was a retired laundry operator.
Surviving relatives are one son, Lee Temple in the U.S. Navy. The remains
are at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth where services will be conducted
by Dr. Robert T. McFarlane, Wednesday, December 15, at 1:30 p.m. Cremation.

ARNETT, Floyd Y., Jr. – Graveside military services for Mr. Floyd Y. Arnett,
Jr., age 72, who died in Lynden on Thursday, Jan. 21, 1988, were conducted
on Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma, Calif.
A retired motel manager, Mr. Arnett lived in California for many years before
moving to Lynden in 1982. He had resided at the Christian Rest Home. During
World War II he served in the U.S. Navy. He is survived by three sons, Donald
of Everson, David of Tacoma and Dennis of Nooksack; a daughter, Mrs. Dixie
and husband Jerry Hulse of El Cajon, Calif. and twelve grandchildren. He
was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred in 1962. Local arrangements were
under the direction of Gillies Funeral Home, Lynden.

ARNETT, Jahue J., age 83, of Lopez Island, passed away in a local hospital,
Sunday, January 11, (1948). Mr. Arnett had been a resident of that community
for many years and leaves to survive his step-daughter, Mrs. Emerson McMallie,
of Custer. The remains are at the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth, where
services will be conducted by the Rev. Dennis DeVore, pastor of the Custer
Methodist Church, Friday, January 16. Cremation.

ARNETT, Marie Dorothy, age 84, of Bellingham, passed away Sunday, May 9,
1993. Born June 10, 1908 in Sykeston, North Dakota, she had been a Bellingham
resident since 1923; member of First Congregational Church in Bellingham;
Past Royal Matron Order of Amaranth #25; Past Worthy Matron Maple Leaf Chapter
#58 O.E.S.; Member of Hatasu Temple #1, Daughters of Nile; Zenobia Club #2;
Emblem Club #489. Preceded in death by her husband, Robert Arnett, in 1987
and daughter, Juanita Pope in 1988. Survived by nieces, Donnette Hilton of
Eagan, MN; Judi Nelson of Park Rapids, MN; Son-in-law, Kenneth Pope of Selah,
WA; other nieces and nephews. Graveside service Wednesday, May 12, 1993,
10:30 a.m. Greenacres Memorial Park followed by memorial service at 2:00
p.m. First Congregational Church, with Reverend Cynthia Bauleke and Reverend
Donel McClellan officiating. Arrangements by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.

ARNETT, Robert E. – Funeral service for Robert E. "Bob" Arnett, age 81, of
2204 Humboldt St., will be Mon. Oct. 19, 1 p.m. First Congregational Church
with Rev. Donel G. McClellan & Rev. Cynthia Bauleke officiating. Interment
Greenacres Memorial Park with Ritualistic Service by Past Exalted Rulers
of BPO Elks, Bellingham Lodge No. 194, officiating. Mr. Arnett passed away
Wed. Oct. 14, 1987. A Bellingham resident since 1919, he was a member of
First Congregational Church of Bellingham; former Bellingham City Councilman
for 8 years; member & past Exalted Ruler of BPO Elks No. 194; Past District
Deputy BPOE; member of Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 44 F & AM; member &
Past Patron of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 58 Order of Eastern Star; Past Patron
Order of Amaranth. He is survived by his wife Marie; daughter, Juanita &
husband Kenneth Pope of Toppenish; sister, Gertrude & husband Delbert
Hoehner of Walnut Creek, CA. (b. Jan. 20, 1906 Columbia, MO)

ARNGRIMSON, Elizabeth, age 76 of Blaine passed away Saturday, Feb. 10, (1962).
She had been a resident of Blaine since 1943, moving from Saskatchewan. Surviving
are 2 daughters, Mrs. Charles Brill of Seattle and Mrs. John Gudmundson of
Saskatchewan; 2 brothers, John Peterson and Ole Peterson both of Blaine.
Also 4 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, Feb. 13
at 2 p.m. in the McKinney Funeral Home. Cremation will follow.

ARNGRIMSON, Sig, age 77, passed away Monday, Sept. 16, (1957) at a local
hospital following a short illness. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth at
home; two daughters, Mrs. Thorbjorg Gudmundson of Elfros, Sask., Mrs. Sophia
Grill of Seattle; four grandchildren; one brother, Bjorn Arngrimson of Mosark,
Sask.; one sister, Mrs. Lewis Bjarnson of Bellingham; several nieces and
nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m.
from the McKinney Funeral Home in Blaine. Cremation.

ARNOLD, Avis A., age 79, of 2500 Queen Street, passed away in a local hospital,
Wednesday, June 8, (1955). Mrs. Arnold had resided in this community for
the past 65 years and leaves to survive one grandson, Jack Beal of Seattle;
two granddaughters, Mrs. Vivian Crocker of Bellingham, and Mrs. Maxine Myers
of Lyman; six great-grandchildren; one brother; one nephew, Louis Monette
of Bellingham. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 10, at the
Harlow-Hollingsworth Funeral Home at 1 p.m. with the Elder H. D. Jeffries
officiating. Interment Bay View Cemetery.

ARNOLD, Elizabeth J., age 86, of 1817 Knox St., passed away in a local hospital
Thursday, Nov. 20, (1958). Mrs. Arnold had resided in Seattle for 48 years
and in Bellingham for the past four years and was a member of the First Christian
Church in Seattle. Survivors are one son, Robert F. Arnold, of Seattle; un
daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins, of Seattle; one grandson, Bob LeCocque,
of Bellingham; one granddaughter, Mrs. Jeanette Lindell, of Seattle and three
great-grandchildren. Private services were conducted at the Jones Funeral
Home Friday, Nov. 21, at 1 p.m. Cremation.

ARNOLD, Hannah F., age 86, of 1111 Monroe Street, passed away in a local
rest home Monday, December 11, (1950). Mrs. Arnold had been a resident of
this community for the past 62 years, and leaves to survive, one brother,
Stephen Holt, of Broadus, Mont., and Osgood Holt, of Oklahoma; nephews, Hale
Rothwell and a great nephew, Norman Rothwell, both of Blaine, and one niece,
Mrs. Charles E. Black, of Pleasure Point, Route No. 2, Renton. Private services
were conducted from the funeral home of Harlow-Hollingsworth by the Rev.
Charles W. Muir, Thursday, December 14, at 4:30 p.m., followed by cremation.
The remains will be placed in the Urn Garden at Bay View Cemetery.

ARNOLD, Herbert W., 70, of 7106 Tall Cedars Lane, Ferndale, died Monday,
May 9, 1994, at his home. At his request no services will be held. Born Feb.
6, 1924, to Herbert I. and Mary Ellen Balley Arnold in Marion, Ohio, he attended
high school in Caledonia, Ohio. Mr. Arnold served in the U. S. Marine Corps
in the South Pacific during World War II. He married Kathleen Flaherty April
1, 1945, in Silverdale. Mr. Arnold was a sales representative in the lumber
and building supply industry and retired after working in the Grays Harbor
area. He was a past member of the American Legion and a member and past exulted
ruler of Elks Lodge No. 1082 in Hoquiam. Mr. Arnold served on the Washington
Elks Therapy Program, was a member of the AARP and a past member of the Marine
Corps League. He enjoyed recreational vehicle traveling, golfing and fishing.
Survivors include his wife of the family home; daughters Reenie Loreen, Christine
Arnold and Patricia Hoffman, all of Bellingham; sons Herbert R. Arnold of
Bellingham and Timothy Arnold of Foothill Ranch, Calif.; sister Mildred Underwood
of Caledonia, Ohio; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Washington Elks Therapy
Program or to the Hospice of Whatcom County. Arrangements are by Moles Funeral
Home and Cremation Service.

ARNOLD, Jewell L., 88, of 1509 E. Victor St., Bellingham, died Tuesday (March
14, 1989) in Bellingham. Mrs. Arnold was born July 27, 1901 in Marshal, Ark.
She is survived by a sister, Leo Smyth, of Bellingham. Burial will take place
in Oklahoma. Westford Funeral Home is handling local arrangements.

ARNOLD, Joseph G., age 69. Beloved husband of Pauline, Seattle; step-father
of Mike Dickinson, Bellingham, Kay Fredette, Tempe, Arizona and Paula Porosky,
Seattle; 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandson; brother of Jack Arnold, Seattle;
uncle of Jackson Arnold, Kent, WA. Mass of Christian Burial Friday, 10:00
a.m. at St. Margaret Church, Seattle. Directed by Wiggen & Sons Mortuary.
Interment Friday, 2:00 p.m. Greenacres Cemetery, Bellingham. (d. Oct. 25,
1983)

ARNOLD, Kenneth E. – Funeral services for Kenneth E. Arnold, age 76, of 7455
Birch Bay Drive, Blaine, will be Wednesday, August 2nd at 2 pm in the Custer
United Methodist Church with Chaplain Lindsey Arnold, Capt. États-Unis Army,
officiating; cremation Greenacres Crematorium. Mr. Arnold had been a resident
of Birch Bay since 1978. Prior to that he lived in Seattle where he was employed
by Boeing for 40 yrs as a Buyer Supervisor. He was a member of the Custer
United Methodist Church. Mr. Arnold leaves to survive his wife Jeanette of
the family home; 1 son Capt. Lindsey Arnold and his wife Kerry of West Germany;
3 daughters, Mitzi Arnold of San Diego, CA; Becky and her husband Joe Brumley
of Escondido, CA; Nikki Ford of Wichita, KS; 10 grandchildren & numerous
other relatives. Moles Funeral Home. (d. July 29, 1989; b April 6, 1913 Kirkwood,
MO)

ARNOLD, Lyla L., age 44 of 3017 Alderwood Ave. passed away Aug. 27, 1993.
She has been a lifetime county resident. Lyla had been a loving and compassionate
caregiver for seven years for Visiting Nurse Association. Survivors are her
husband Sam Arnold and her son, Matt Haddox, all of Bellingham. Memorials
may be made to the American Cancer Society. Flowers may be sent to Woodlawn
Cemetery where a private family graveside service will be held. Arrangements
and services are under the direction of the Jerns Leveck Funeral Chapel and
Crematorium. (b. May 3, 1949 Ferndale to Lyle & Hilma Estes; m. Sam Arnold
1984)

ARNOLD, Marga, passed away in Belmont, CA Feb. 4, 1984. Beloved wife of Anatole
Arnold (Belmont), loving sister of Mabel Smith, Leona Ward & Frances
Holt of Bellingham, WA. She is also survived by numerous nieces & nephews.
A student of the Infinate Way & member of the Church of Religious Science.
Friends are invited to attend a memorial service Wed., 4 p.m. at Duggan's
Carlmont Chapel. Cremation arrangements by Duggan's.

ARNOLD, Martha E. – Memorial services for Martha E. Arnold, age 91, of 3721
Dana St., will be Mon. Oct. 20, at 1 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church with R.
L. Christensen, Pastor, officiating. Cremation with inurnment in North Bergen,
New Jersey. Mrs. Arnold passed away Oct. 16, 1986. She had been a resident
of Bellingham since 1980 and was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. She is
survived by 2 daughters, Doris & husband Thomas "Jack" Matthews of
Bellingham, Elsie & Edwin O'Brien of Brevard, No. Carolina; 3 grandchildren,
Michael Edwin O'Brien of Seattle, Lawrence O'Brien of Hartford, Conn., and
David O'Brien of Boston, Mass. (b. March 25, 1895 Hoboken, N. J.)

ARNOLD, Myrtle L., age 63, who formerly resided in Spokane, Wash., passed
away in a local hospital on Monday, March 6, (1961) following an extended
illness. Mrs. Arnold had resided in Bellingham for the past three years and
was a member of the Eastern Star of Spokane – the White Rose Chapter No.
230; also a member of the Daughters of the Nile of Spokane and the White
Shrine of Jerusalem. She leaves to survive her daughter, Mrs. Luola Coleman
of Torrance, Calif., her sister, Mrs. E. H. Sedene of California, and her
brother, Lind Ayres of Ontario, also her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fay McKay of
New Westminster. Rev. Allan G. Wood will conduct funeral services on Wednesday,
March 8, at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Bingham & Jerns Funeral Home,
followed by cremation.

ARNOLD, Pauline C., age 77, of 3115 Squalicum Parkway, Bellingham, died Monday,
October 18, 1993 at St. Francis Extended Health Care. She was born October
2, 1916 in East Sound, WA to Jesse and Lena Cramer. Pauline graduated from
Whatcom High School in 1934 and was an X-Ray Tech with St. Lukes Hospital
for ten years. Preceded in death by her first husband Leo Dickinson in 1943,
her second husband Joseph Arnold in 1983, and her son, Mike Dickinson in
December 1992. Survived by two daughters, Kay Fredette of Tempe, Arizona
and Paula Porosky of Seattle, WA; three sisters, Alma McArdle and Merle Baker,
both of Bellingham and Thelma Clark of Navato, CA; 8 grandchildren and 2
great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Visiting Nurse Home Health
Care. Arrangements by Westford Funeral Home.

ARNOLD, Robert F., age 57 of 2726 Alderwood Ave., passed away Saturday, Jan.
15, (1966). Mr. Arnold was a longtime resident of Seattle and had resided
in Bellingham since March, and was a retired carpenter. He leaves to survive
1 daughter, Mrs. Janet Lindell of Seattle, 1 sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins
of Bellingham; 3 grandchildren. Private funeral services were held Monday
afternoon followed by cremation under the direction of the Bingham &
Jerns Funeral Home.

ARNOLD, Wendell M., 86, 740 Chuckanut Dr. died Friday (May 10, 1974) after
an extended illness. At his request no services will be conducted. incinération
arrangements by Veroske's Funeral Home. Mr. Arnold was a retired dentist
and came to Bellingham from New York in 1964. Surviving is a son, Dr. John
Arnold of Bellingham; a daughter, Mrs. Sue McAndrew of Orlando, Fla.; a brother,
Kenneth Arnold of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and grandchildren, Robert, Kenneth
and Phillip Arnold all of Bellingham.

ARNOTT, Cecily Reid – Memorial service for Cecily Reid Arnott, age 85, of
2710 Grove St., will be Fri. June 3, 10:30 a.m. at Jones Funeral Home with
Rev. Cindy Bauleke, First Congregational Church officiating. Cremation Greenacres
Crematorium. Mrs. Arnott passed away Sun. May 29, 1988. A Bellingham resident
for 70 years, she was a member of First Congregational Church; Maple Leaf
Chapter No. 58 O.E.S.; Bellingham Court No. 25 Order of Amaranth and is survived
by her husband Sidney Arnott of City; daughter, Margaret Jean & husband
Richard Simmons; 2 grandchildren, Megan & Sarah Simmons, all of Edmonds.

ARNOTT, Corbin K. – A private, family funeral service for Corbin Kaleb Arnott of Everson was held April 11 at Kendall Chapel in Kendall, with the Rev. Glenn Newton Officiating. Burial was in Kendall Cemetery. Corbin died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome on Sunday, April 8, 2001, at his home. He was 24 days old. Corbin was born March 15, 2001, to Michelle Arnott and Travis Sowers in Bellingham. Survivors include his parents and sister Maya Arnott, all of Everson; grandparents Troy and Coeur&#39; D Sowers of Everson, John and Sonja Arnott of Coupeville and Jasper and Debbie deHoog of Umatilla, Ore.; great-grandparents Gerrit and Dingetje deHoog of Sumas, Cliff and Diane Russell of Sedro-Woolley, Richard and Sharon Osorio of Coupeville, Ted and Elinor Sowers of Idaho and Ron and Patti Comfort of Kansas and great-great grandparents Lucy Hamilton of Deming, Ester Gates of Coupeville and Dorothy Russell of Great Falls, Mont. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.<!–

(From The Bellingham Herald, April 12, 2001)
Submitted by Debbie deHoog
->

ARNOTT, Edna G., age 88 of 1801 Lakeway Drive passed away in a local hospital,
Friday, March 18, 1983. She had been a life time resident of Bellingham;
attended the Garden Street Methodist Church; and belonged to the Order of
the Eastern Star, No. 17, Sehome Chapter. She leaves to survive 1 sister,
Inez Aldrich of Everett; 1 nephew, M. J. Brooks of Bellingham; 4 nieces,
Enid Corbin of Anacortes; Marian Caufman of Bellingham; Peggy Todd of Bellingham;
Mary Jane Miquel of Phoenix, Arizona. Graveside committal of cremains will
be held Thursday, March 24 at 3 p.m. in Bay View Cemetery under the direction
of Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel.

ARNOTT, Frances M. – Graveside services for Frances M. Arnott, age 65 of
2418 Franklin St., will be Wed. Nov. 25, 10:30 a.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Arnott passed away Thurs. Nov. 19, 1981. She is survived by her husband
Lloyd K.; 4 sons, Melvin F. Arnott of Long Beach, Calif., Eugene K. &
wife Audrey Arnott of Buena Park, Calif., Kenneth L. Arnott, William A. &
wife Sheila Arnott, all of City; 10 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren;
1 sister, Ellen Gorrell of Tacoma. Mrs. Arnott had been a lifetime resident
of this community. Jones Funeral Home. (b. April 8, 1916 Stanwood)

ARNOTT, George E., age 81 of 1801 Lakeway Dr., passed away in a local rest
home Sun. April 15, 1979. A lifetime resident of B&#39;ham. He was a retired
iron worker. He was a member of Bellingham Bay Lodge, No. 44, F & A.M.
Past patron of Sehome Chapter No. 17, O.E.S. and a member of the York Rite
Bodies. Surviving are his wife Edna, a brother Sidney, his sister Hazel Grub
all of B&#39;ham. A niece, Margaret Simmons of Edmonds. At his request no services
will be held. Cremation under the direction of the Veroske-Jerns Funeral
Home.

ARNOTT, Lloyd K. – Graveside service for Lloyd K. Arnott, age 71, of 2418
Franklin St., will be Thurs. Oct. 10, 11 a.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery with Rev.
David Linehan, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, officiating. Mr. Arnott passed
away Sat. Oct. 5, 1985. A lifetime resident of Whatcom County, he was a member
of Plumbers & Steamfitters Union No. 40 and is survived by 4 sons, Melvin
Arnott of Long Beach, Calif., Eugene Arnott of Buena, Calif., Kenneth Arnott
of Ferndale and William Arnott of Tacoma; 9 grandchildren; several great
grandchildren; sisters, Hazel Pearson, Maxine Doyle & Irene Meyers. Jones
Funeral Home. (b. Nov. 8, 1913 Nooksack)

ARNOTT, Rebecca, 73, of 1632 James St., passed away in a local hospital Sunday,
Feb. 7, (1960). Mrs. Arnott had resided in Bellingham her entire life; était
a member of the Lutheran Church. Survivors are her husband, William Arnott,
at home; one son, Lloyd, of Bellingham; three daughters, Mrs. Irene Myers,
of Wickersham, Mrs. Hazel Pearson, of RFD No. 3, Bellingham and Mrs. Maxine
Plumb, of Reno, Nevada; 10 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; one brother,
Elmer Hanna, of Tacoma; one sister, Mrs. Morris Watkine, of Santa Monica,
Cal. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted
by Pastor Donald W. Taylor, Friday, Feb. 12, at 10:30 a.m. Final resting
place Woodlawn Cemetery.

ARNOTT, Sarah K., age 86, of 2206 James Street, passed away at a local hospital
Tuesday, Jan. 26, (1954) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Arnott had resided
in Bellingham for the past 67 years, was a member of the First Presbyterian
Church, member of the Mothers Club of World War I. She is survived by 3 sons,
William C. of Seattle, George E. and Sidney A., both of this city; one daughter,
Mrs. Hazel Grub of North Palm Springs, Calif.; one granddaughter, Margaret
Jean Arnott of this city, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will
be conducted Thursday, Jan. 28, at 1:30 p.m. within the Cathedral Chapel
of the Westford Funeral Home with Rev. Harold E. Penhalurick, pastor,
officiating. Interment Bay View Cemetery.

ARNOTT, Stella, age 62 years, of 1312 Lincoln Street, passed away at a local
hospital, Monday, July 19, (1948) following a lingering illness. Mrs. Arnott
had been a resident of Bellingham for the past 50 years and was a member
of the Calvary Pentecostal Church. Surviving relatives include one daughter,
Mrs. Stella Martin, and two grandchildren, Robert W. and Jack C., all of
the city. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, July 23, at 2 p.m. dans
the Cathedral Chapel of the Westford-Beck Funeral Home with Rev. Elsie E.
Johnson, pastor of the Calvary Pentecostal Church officiating. Interment
in Bay View Cemetery.

ARNOTT, William C., age 70 of 1509 E. Victor passed away in a local hospital
Sunday October 1, (1961). He had resided in this community for the past 45
år. He was a retired Boilermaker, a veteran of World War I, a member of
the Boilermakers Union No. 104. He leaves to survive 2 brothers, George and
Sidney A. both of this city, one sister Mrs. Harry J. Grub of Lummi Island,
1 niece Mrs. Margaret Arnott of this city. Private family services will be
held Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 1 p.m. from the Chapel of the Westford Funeral Home
with the Rev. Arthur Bezanson officiating. Cremation.

ARNQUIST, John L., age 67, of Lynnwood, died April 19, 1987. He was a retired
supervisor with the Boeing Company and is survived by his wife, Helen; son,
John (Wendy) Arnquist of Spokane; daughters, Susan (Fred) Van Jentzen of
Granite Falls, Kathy (Bruce) Ernst of Bellingham, Margaret (Darrel) Rutledge
of Seattle; 14 grandchildren; sisters, Edith Johnson & Margaret Olson,
both of Minnesota. In keeping with his wishes, no services were held. ils
family suggests remembrances to the St. Anthony Circle, Assumption Parish.

ARNSTAD, Louie, age 84, of Rt. 2, Ferndale, passed away Saturday, November
22, (1952) following an extended illness. Mr. Arnstad had been a resident
of the Ferndale community for the past 35 years and was a member of the Lutheran
Free Church of Ferndale. He is survived by one brother, John, of Grand Forks,
North Dakota. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, November 26,
at 1 p.m. within the Monroe Funeral Chapel in Ferndale with Rev. Sylvester
Rue officiating. Interment, Woodlawn Cemetery.

ARNTZEN, Alice Marie, 66, 4153 Patos Drive, Ferndale, passed away in a Bellingham
Rest Home Jan. 25, (1973) following an extended illness. Born in Custer,
she grew up in Whatcom County and had made her home in Marysville for 14
years prior to returning to Whatcom County. Mrs. Arntzen was a member of
Ferndale Triumph Lutheran Church, Fidelity Grange No. 206, Seventh Degree
member; and the North Bellingham Improvement Club. Surviving are her husband,
Gerald, at the family home; son Wendell of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada;
brother, George Bruland, Bellingham; two sisters, Mrs. Carl Matson and Mrs.
George Sundahl, both of Mesa, Ariz.; four grandchildren and four great
grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Veroske&#39;s Funeral Home Monday
at 2 p.m. with the Rev. J. G. Erickson officiating. Burial followed in Greenacres
Memorial Park.

ARNTZEN, George H., age 79, formerly of Bellingham, passed away in a Seattle
hospital Wednesday, Aug. 20, (1957). Mr. Arntzen had lived in Bellingham
for 40 years before moving to San Clemente, Calif., 10 years ago, and then
moving to Marysville three weeks ago. Mr. Arntzen was a cabinet maker with
Western Woodworking Co. for many years and was a member of St. Paul&#39;s Episcopal
Church. Surviving relatives include a daughter, Mrs. Stanley Williams of
Renton; a son, Gerald of Marysville; three grandchildren and a sister, Mrs.
Olga Flengstead of Long Beach, Calif. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral
Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. Canon E. B. Smith, Monday,
Aug. 25, at 1 p.m. Final resting place Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARNTZEN, Gerald V., age 66, of 4153 Patos Dr., Ferndale, passed away at home
Monday, Jan. 7, (1974). He was a member of the Triumph Lutheran Church of
Ferndale, Fidelity Grange No. 206 and the South Bellingham Community Improvement
Club. Mr. Arntzen lived in Marysville for 14 years prior to returning to
Whatcom County four years ago. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alice
in January of 1973. He is survived by 1 son, Wendell Arntzen of Ontario,
Canada; 1 sister, Mrs. Stanley Williams of Renton, Wn.; 4 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Friday, Jan. 11, at 2 p.m. in Veroske&#39;s Bellingham
Chapel, with the Rev. J. G. Erickson officiating. Burial will follow in
Greenacres Memorial Park.

ARNTZEN, John, age 73, of Rt. 1, Blaine, passed away at a local hospital Monday June 25, (1956) following an extended illness. Mr. Arntzen had been a resident of the Whitehorn community for the past 47 years. He was a member of the W. C. D. A. and attended the Whitehorn Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Dora; three daughters, Mrs. Hester Haugen, of Blaine, Mrs. June Grinton, of Bellingham, and Mrs. Beulah Gullette, of Mount Vernon; three sons, Harold, of Blaine, Ronald and Donald at home; one sister, Mrs. Olga Flengstead, of Los Angeles; one brother of San Clemente, Calif.; 23 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, numerous other relatives. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 29, at 1:30 p. m. from the Monroe Funeral Chapel in Ferndale with Rev. E. P. Dreyer officiating. Final resting place, Greenacres.
<!–(From The Bellingham Herald June 26, 1959) Submitted by Jeanne (Brandt)Arntzen–>

ARNTZEN, Peter L., age 49, passed away, Saturday, Sept. 17, 1994, as a result
of lung cancer. A lifetime resident of Whatcom County, he was born Feb. 15,
1945 in Bellingham to Harold and Wanda (Hatton) Arntzen. He loved to dance
and go bowling; served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam era and was employed
as a warehouse supervisor. He is survived by his parents, Harold Arntzen
of Blaine and Wanda Goodwin of Bremerton; two sons, Tony Arntzen of Ferndale
and Brian Arntzen of Bellingham; daughter, Marie Arntzen of Ferndale; five
brothers, Don, Ron, Dennis, Jack and Dale; four sisters, Corky, Sally, Becky,
and Sherry; twin granddaughters and numerous nieces and nephews. funérailles
services will be held Thursday, Sept. 22, 2:30 p.m. in Greenacres Funeral
Home chapel with Rev. Wayne C. Bottlinger officiating. Burial will follow
in Greenacres Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Whatcom
County.

ARRINGTON, Emelyne I., age 83, formerly of 2207 King St., passed away in
a local hospital on Wednesday, Aug. 29, (1962). Mrs. Arrington was a 62-year
resident of this community; a member of the Methodist Church, and past noble
grand of the Holly Rebekah Lodge, of which she had been a member for the
past 60 years. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Lydia Summers, Marysville,
and nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Raymond Olden, Bellingham, Leo and
Gilbert Iverson and Leonard Ebe of Custer. The remains rest at the Jones
Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Rev. Ray S. Wagoner and
officers of the Holly Rebekah Lodge on Friday, Aug. 31, at 10:30 a.m. Final
resting place Bay View.

ARRINGTON, Beatrice M., 80, 6156 Aldrich Rd., Ferndale, WA passed away January
6, 1992. She was born October 27, 1911 in Ontario to Percival and Annie Gorley
and moved to Whatcom County 60 years ago. She was a member of the Ferndale
Jesus Christ Church of Latter Day Saints. She loved to travel and fish. Survivors
are her two sons Jim and wife Mary Arrington of Marysville and Clinton and
Darlene Arrington of Pt. Alice, Alaska; daughter Arlene and husband Ted Wight
of Ferndale; two brothers, Roy and Susie Gorley of Grays River, WA and Harry
and Sally Gorley of Cathlamet, OR; sister Gracie Conrad of Skamokawa, WA;
12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held
11:00 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 9, 1992 at Enterprise Cemetery. Arrangements and
services under the direction of Jerns Leveck Funeral Chapel and Crematorium.
(m. George Arrington in 1930 in Port Townsend)

ARRINGTON, George, age 73 who resided at 1214 Deer Creek Dr., Ferndale, passed
away in a local nursing home Wed. Nov. 25, 1981. He was a retired logger
& carpenter & had been a 50 year resident of Whatcom Co. He was a
member of the Carpenters Local 756. He leaves to survive his wife, Beatrice;
2 sons, James of Snohomish & Clinton of North Bend; 1 daughter, Arelene
(sic) Wight, Ferndale; 5 sisters, Nettie Spitzner & Ada Spitzner both
of Chehalis, Jessie Arrington, Cordie Arrington, both of PeEll, Wash., Betty
Arrington of Chehalis; 11 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren. In lieu of
flowers, contributions to Medic I. Graveside services will be held Fri. Nov.
27 at 10 am in Enterprise Cemetery with Bishop John Eastman officiating.
Under the direction of Veroske Jerns LeVeck Funeral Chapel.

ARSETH, Oskar N., age 86 of 1303 1/2 Commercial St. passed away March 28,
1980. He was born June 16, 1893 in Norway, and was a member of the Senior
Citizens Center. He came to America in 1909 where he lived in the Seattle
area for many years. He was a fisherman and has been a resident of B&#39;ham
for the past 25 years. He is survived by 1 brother and 1 sister both of Norway
and many friends in B&#39;ham. Inurnment services will be held Tues., April 1
at 1 p.m. at Bayview Cemetery. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home.

ARTHUR, Caroline, age 64 of 2514 Huron Street, passed away Tuesday, December
15, (1964) in a local hospital. She had been a resident of Bellingham for
the past four years, and of Whatcom County for 21 years previously. Elle était
a member of the Assumption Catholic Church, Altar Society and VFW Auxiliary
Post, No. 3685, Laurel. Mrs. Arthur is survived by her husband, Delbert J.;
one son, Delano, of Newman, Cal.; one daughter, Mrs. Carmen Oelceg (sic)
of Bellingham; four grandchildren; two brothers, Daniel Ball of Pocatello,
Idaho, and John Ball of China Lake, Calif.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Nellie Bischoff
of Blackfoot, Idaho, and Mrs. Helen LaBass of Turlock, California. Rosary
will be said at 8 p.m. Sunday, December 20 in the Chapel of Bingham &
Jerns Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held in the Church of the
Assumption, Monday, December 21 at 9:30 a.m., Father Hanley officiating.
Interment in Bay View Cemetery.

ARTHUR, Delbert J., 96, a founder of the first VFW post in Whatcom County,
died Sunday (Dec. 4, 1988) in Bellingham after a short illness. After serving
in U.S. Navy submarines during World War I and working in a defense plant
producing aircraft during World War II, Mr. Arthur helped to establish VFW
Post 9307 in Lynden, where he was a lifetime member. Mr. Arthur was born
March 6, 1892 in Waukesha, Wis., but he was raised on a cattle ranch near
Longmont, Colo., where he became an outstanding horseman and developed interests
in farming and agriculture. He moved to Whatcom County in 1929 and settled
on a farm in Everson. In 1934 he moved to Southern California, where he worked
in a defense plant during World War II. In 1950 Mr. Arthur returned to Whatcom
County, where he operated a strawberry and poultry farm. Mr. Arthur contributed
a barrage of letters to the editor of The Bellingham Herald, which resulted
in the establishment of a flag pole and garden in Bayview Cemetery. Survivors
include a son, Delano Arthur of Tacoma; a daughter, Carmine Delceg, and her
husband, Ronald Delceg, of Bellingham; seven grandchildren; and numerous
great-grandchildren. Mr. Arthur&#39;s wife, Caroline, died in 1964. A rosary
will be said at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Jerns & LeVeck Funeral Chapel. FR
requiem mass will be celebrated at noon Thursday in the Jerns & LeVeck
Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Mario Blanko officiating. Burial will be in
Bayview Cemetery.

ARTHUR, Donald F., age 68, 1509 E. Victor Street passed away in a local nursing
home Monday, September 30th. Mr. Arthur was advertising manager for The
Bellingham Herald prior to retiring; was a member of the First Presbyterian
Church; Bellingham Bay Lodge No. 44, F. & A. M.; Scottish Rite Bodies,
and the Bellingham Kiwanis Club. Surviving is a brother, Arthur, in Detroit,
Michigan. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will
be conducted by Rev. Arthur Bezanson Wednesday, October 2 at 3 p.m. incinération
will follow.

ARTHUR, Mary Katherine, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delano J. Arthur
who reside at 1114 Alabama, passed away Thursday, June 20, (1963). She leaves
to survive besides her parents, 1 brother, David James and 1 sister, Elizabeth
Jane all at the family home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
J. Arthur; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Macmillan all of
Bellingham. Mary Katherine was a member of the Church of Assumption. Father
Gregory O.S.B. will conduct graveside services in Babyland in Bayview Cemetery
Friday June 21 at 3:30 p.m. under the direction of the Bingham-Jerns Funeral
Home.

ARTHUR, Rosina T., 62, of 308 West Champion, passed away in a local hospital,
Tuesday, Jan. 21, (1957). Mrs. Arthur had been a resident of this community
the past 12 years; was a member of the First Presbyterian Church; Sehome
Chapter No. 17, O.E.S. and Zenobia Daughters of the Nile. Surviving relatives
include the husband, Donald F. at the family home and two brothers, Oliver
Tuttle of Colville, Wash., and Orland Tuttle of Washington City, Calif. la
remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by
Rev. Harold K. Lawrence, Thursday, Jan. 23, at 3 p.m. Cremation.

ARTHUR, Tereasa Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delano J. Arthur of
2923 McLeod Road, passed away in a local hospital Sunday, July 17, (1960).
Besides her parents, she leaves to survive, one brother, David, at the family
home; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McMillan, city, and
her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert J. Arthur of Rt. No. 2, Lynden.
Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday, July 19, at 10:30 A.M. in Babyland,
Calvary Cemetery, Seattle, under the direction of the Westford Funeral Home.

ARTHURS, Ethel – Graveside service for Ethel Arthurs, age 92, formerly of
Bellingham will be Monday, June 25, 11 a.m. at Greenacres Memorial Park.
Mrs. Arthurs passed away Wednesday, June 20, 1984. A member of Order of Eastern
Star, and Bellingham resident from 1293 to 1983, she is survived by 1 son,
R. C. Arthurs; 2 daughters, Shirley M. Wise of Bellevue; Catherine E. Davis
of Palm Desert, California; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. The family
suggest memorials to the First Baptist Church. Arrangements by Jones Funeral
Home. (b. Aug. 12, 1892 Canada)

ARTHURS, Ervine Russell, age 71, of 2406 Utter St., passed away in a local
hospital Friday, Nov. 14, (1958). Mr. Arthurs had resided in this community
for the past 35 years and was a retired carpenter. Deceased was a member
of the First Baptist Church; the Carpenters & Joiners Union, Local No.
756; the Loyal Order of the Moose, Lodge No. 493. Survivors are the widow,
Ethel, at home; one son, Clifford, of Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley
Wise, of Seattle, and Mrs. Catherine Davis, of Anacortes; three grandchildren;
five sisters, Mrs. Catherine McNeil, of Ottawa; Mrs. William Hurd, of Troy,
N.Y.; Mrs. Phoebe Cummings, of Vancouver, B. C.; Mrs. C. C. Dent and Mrs.
Will Cochran, both of Ottawa, Canada; one brother, Sam Arthurs, of Ottawa;
also several nieces and nephews. The remains rest at the Jones Funeral Home
where services will be conducted by Rev. James B. Hughes Monday, Nov. 17,
at 11:30 a.m. Cremation.

ARTZ, Roy W., age 63, Blaine, passed away at the Icelandic Old Folks Home
in Blaine Tuesday, July 21, (1964) following an extended illness. Mr. Artz
was a 33 year resident of Blaine. Survivors include 1 son, Brenton serving
with the U.S. Navy at National City, California; 1 daughter, Mrs. Charles
McNallie, Mt. Vernon; 1 stepdaughter, Mrs. Margaret Paulus, Bremerton and
5 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 25,
at the McKinney Funeral Home with Rev. William Graff officiating. Commital
will follow in the Haynie Cemetery.


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