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Dr Maurice Russell “Mauri” Griffithe

Dr Maurice Russell “Mauri” Griffithe

Death 8 Nov 2002 (aged 68)
Burial Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown, Specifically: American Memorial
Memorial ID 105884993 · View Source
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Mauri Griffithe, born in California 11-9-1933, graduated from El Cerrito High School in California, served in U.S. Army, married, survived by two brothers, died November 8, 2002, in Seattle (King County) Washington.

Mauri is survived by brothers Thomas D. (Garden Grove) and Kenneth Elliot Griffithe of Huntington Beach, California, and nephews Todd and Mark Griffithe.

After retiring in the late 1990s, Mauri moved to Hauclura, Arizona, but returned to Seattle, Washington.

Parents were John E. Griffithe (born in Florida, mother's maiden name is Gandy, born March, 1909 and Marguerite Rotunno, (no information on mother) born in New York January 15, 1915.

Youngest brother, Gary J. Griffithe, born September 10, 1953, married to Gayle Hessenius, on June 19, 1976, died December 12, 1980 in Glendale, Ca. (age 27).

Mauri aka M. Russsell Griffithe is the author of:

California RLC: A Summary of California Real Estate Principles for Brokers and Salesman licenses.

He owned and operated The Griffithe Institute in San Bernadino, California, beginning in 1976.

His last known address was 5312 28th Avenue Northwest in Seattle, Washington. Cause of death: Injuries from a car accident on November 2, 2002, died at Harborview Trauma Center on November 8, 2002, body was released 11-11-2002 to American Memorial - cremated, location of remains unknown.

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  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Dr Maurice Russell “Mauri” Griffithe (9 Nov 1933–8 Nov 2002), Find A Grave Memorial no. 105884993, ; Maintained by Jennifer_Griff (contributor 47017145) Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown, who reports a American Memorial.