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The Edmonds Petanque Club submitted the following gallery of photos in memory of Pierre, who passed away March 22. Services will be held April 2 at Acacia Funeral Home.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 23, in Everett, and the Sound Singers and Edmonds Senior Center plan a celebration of life for Jones on Tuesday, March 26.
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Wood was active in community service.
Mr. Warren presided over the campus when it opened at Woodway High School. It would later move to its current location in Lynnwood.
A memorial service is Friday at Holy Rosary Church.
Mrs. Van Meter was 2012 Edmonds Citizen of the Year.
"He was a great man, a fine mayor and citizen who loved Edmonds," says former Edmonds Mayor Mike Cooper. Fans create memorial page on Facebook.
Pierson remembered for the many friendships he made.
Donald Largen, a 57-year-old saxophone player and urban planner, was killed Wednesday in the Café Racer shooting. Donations are needed to fund funeral expenses and support his surviving par
Memorial concert is planned for the fall for Anderson, who also led music education for the Edmonds School District.
Mr. Scheuerman, of Edmonds, worked his way up to become owner and licensed optician.
Nelson founded the dealership in 1981.
She enjoyed life to its fullest, being an avid skier and golfer, an exceptional cook and confirmed gardening enthusiast.
The 93-year old was born in Edmonds and had a lifelong passion for singing and playing the piano. A memorial service is Monday at Edmonds United Methodist Church.
The longtime Edmonds resident co-founded the company in 1953.
Mrs. Zenk ran the Sail Inn Restaurant, now home to Rory's.
June Steves and husband, Dick, moved their family to Edmonds in 1967.