|Bob Gillum (#47350181)|
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|Mr. Jean Coston||Eugene F. Dawson|
Here is the obit. Use any part as you like.
Mr Jean F. Coston
Coston Obit Service
Eugene Dawson, President Of Machinery Firm, Passes At 69
Eugene F. Dawson, 69, 9340 Sunset Way, Bellevue, died
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964, after a brief illness.
Mr. Dawson was born in Maynard, Iowa, and came to Seattle
in 1921. He was a member of Seattle Masons, Scottish Rite
Bodies, Nile Temple, Washington Athleic Club, Elks club and
the Swedish Club.
Mr. Dawson was president of the Dawson Machinery Co., vice-president of the Dawson Tool and Abrasive Co., andpresident of the Hi-Ten Bowl, in Issaquah. A veteran of World War I, he retired in 1961.
Survivors: Wife, Frances H., Bellevue; son, Richard E. of Issaquah; brother, retired Judge Hobart S. Dawson, Bellingham; sisters, Mrs. E. L. Yelden, McHenry, Ill., Mrs. B. A. Koloc and Mrs. Clifford Wilson, both of Waterloo, Iowa, and three grandchildren.
Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Green Funeral Home,
Bellevue; entombment, Acacia. The family suggests
that memorials may be made in the form of
contributions to the Childrens Orthopedic Hospital.
|Jack Davison||George Y Pocock|
Nice job on his memorial. I am not an oarsman and never heard of him before reading the book. Very impressive, especially his role in the development of the 1936 UW Huskies National and Olympic champion crew. I have a slight bias; I was a USNA mid in 1952 when the 1952 crew, including a classmate took Olympic gold at Helsinki. That classmate won another prize in Finland. He married her when we graduated the next year.
Hi there Bob,
I just wanted to say from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for your pictures of my moms memorial. When I found it here off of google, it made me smile to know someone was taking good care of her memory. Do you remember who put in the request for the photos? Just curious. I would like to know in case it was from someone in the past.
May God bless you ten fold!
Niyah Gonzales, daughter of Mary "Zori" Figueroa
Added by Niyah on Apr 15, 2014 8:12 AM
|Marsha||William & Beverly Taylor|
I have created a memorial page for William Taylor (no. 127141844). Could you please add the photo of his and Beverly's gravestone that you have on her memorial page (no. 84679159) to his page as well? Thank you.
Added by Marsha on Mar 30, 2014 11:09 AM
|KPtheGraveHunter||Carolyn Roberts memorial|
I discovered through a little research that one of the memorials you created, Carolyn F. Roberts, d 1998, is buried under her maiden name. Her married name was Durall and I thought you might want to add it in. I am guessing her family did this since she was killed by her husband. I also found that another findagrave member has a memorial for her under her married name but doesn't have any burial information. Perhaps between the two of you you can decide if one of them should be deleted. I will let the other member know the same. Hope you are enjoying the findagrave web site!
Hi, Thank you...don't think it was your fault. Probably mine or something within the site that hiccuped the number :) . Stay warm.
Pansys first husband was my uncle William Guthrie. Do you have any information on her parents, or their names?
And do you know what became of their son William Guthrie? He used to live in So Park Seattle, WA.
Thanks, Carole Bonnell Carolebonnell@aol.com
Thanks so much for adding links to her family!
Added by CZNBJL on Nov 11, 2013 6:23 PM
|Darlene||Ada L Hamlin Litch|
Thank you for updating her memorial, but her date of birth was 1893, not 1894. That is from family records, which include a notice in the Medford Mail of Friday, March 24, 1893.
Added by Darlene on Sep 26, 2013 10:09 PM
|Jerry Engelhart||Shirley McGee|
Thank you so much for the prompt response to my request to add information and links to Shirley's memorial, and for the transfer. That is special and very much appreciated.
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