Lynn (Madeline) Bell passed away Sept. 28, 2012, at Fidalgo Care in Anacortes.
Born in Chicago in 1914, she moved here in 1999 with her husband Vic to be with her daughter Jerlyn Caba.
Margaret Jane “Tannahill” Larsson, was born on August 26, 1930, in Hoquiam, Washington to James A. and Mabel R. Tannahill.
Margaret passed away on September 26, 2012, in her daughter’s arms in the family home at Lake Quinault, Washington. This was the place she loved more than any other.
Margaret was raised in Hoquiam and would attend college at Washington State University and the University of Hawaii, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in home economics and psychology.
Billie Vasiliki Demopoulos McKee passed away peacefully, surrounded by friends and family in La Conner, Washington on September 25, 2012, after ninety years as an active member of her community in Anacortes, Washington.
She was born on February 26, 1922 to Efthimios (Mike) and Eleni (Ellen) Demopoulos at home in the McCracken apartments at 4th and “O” Avenue in Anacortes, with a pair of healthy lungs, according to one neighbor. She attended the original Whitney Grade School and graduated from Anacortes High School in 1940.
Cayden unexpectedly passed in the early morning hours of Monday, Sept. 17th.
He is survived by his fraternal twin brother Cobalt, father Christopher Mulligan-Smith, mother Jacquelyn Whetsell, paternal grandparents Brenda and Stan Smith, Aunt Jamie Mulligan-Smith, great-grandmother Doris Bianchini, and numerous family members. He is also survived by maternal grandparents Steve and Stephanie Whetsell, Rick and Robin Luif, brother Jakob and numerous family members.
Dorothy O. Faulkner passed away peacefully on September 9, 2012 at the San Juan Rehabilitation and Care Center in Anacortes.
Dorothy was born on July 24, 1912 in Beresford, South Dakota. She, with her parents and two brothers, moved to Anacortes, Washington in 1920.
Dorothy had just recently celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends.
Irma East Grogan Gudmunson, 99, of Anacortes departed this life on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at San Juan Rehabilitation and Care Center.
She was born in Magnolia, Mississippi, on December 5, 1912, the daughter of John and Clara (Brewer) East. There were 13 children in their family and all of them had musical ability. Even at age 99, Irma sang constantly, according to her nurses, at San Juan Rehabilitation and Care Center.