Zanna Suzann Martin, 61, of Anacortes, Washington died Friday, August 16, 2013 at her home in Anacortes.
Services are pending and a full obituary will be published at a later date.
Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc., Anacortes, WA and the San Juan Islands. To share memories of Zanna, please sign the online guest register at www.evanschapel.com.
Andrea Joan (Barth) Deyo, lovingly known as Andy, passed away peacefully on August 16, 2013 following a heart attack and related complications.
Andrea was born to Eleanor “Nell” (Mitchell) and Raymond Barth on October 24, 1935 in Mount Vernon, Washington. She attended school in Mount Vernon graduating with the class of 1953 and went on to continue her education at Seattle University.
On August 5, 2013 Richard Morlan “Dik” Haddox sailed on from this life. Family, friends, spouse, and all who met him in life wave at him from this shore. Dik lived an adventurous, colorful life and was dedicated to doing good in the world and being a steady and stalwart friend to those who knew him. His philosophy in life was to be the best that you can at what you do. Teach others what you know. Laugh a lot. Work at being humble. Share your blessings.
Ruth Lake was born in Montgomery, Alabama, the oldest of five children born to Winfield Woolf Skinner and Nellie Agnes McCabe. She graduated from Sidney Lancier High School in Montgomery before earning a BA in English literature and journalism from the University of Alabama in 1943 (ROLL TIDE). During her time at U of A, she worked together with future governor George Wallace in their role as captains of the men and women’s spirit committees. Ruth Lake never feigned any fondness for the governor’s politics. After college, she served as a pharmacy mate in WWII from 1945-46.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Gere-a Deli on August 18th from 1-3.
Maryilee Fowler, 91, of Puyallup, Washington, died Friday, July 19, 2013 at Franciscan Hospice House in University Place, Washington.
She was born on August 8, 1921 in Wilson, Oklahoma, the daughter of Elbert and June (Hawkins) Wiggs. She left Oklahoma and moved to Spokane with her family, at the age of 12, in 1933 as a result of the “Dust Bowl” and the Depression. She attended Otis Orchards High School and then Kinman Business University on a loan from the owner and the guarantee of employment if she finished successfully, which she did.