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Bade Mortuary

8000 Foothill Boulevard
Sunland, CA 91040
(818) 352-1431
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7841 Foothill Boulevard
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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church played a large part in their decision to make Sequim their home. They purchased a house built in 1976 in the beautiful Sunland Community, and Carolyn lovingly remodeled and redecorated it into their “perfect home.”Carolyn Marie was a truly generous and loving person and a fervent practicing Christian. Among her activities and accomplishments was participating as a server in Christian soup kitchens in Seattle and Wisconsin, functioning as a foster parent, being a coordinating member of the Square Dance community of the Olympic Peninsula; and she was also an avid supporter of the Boys & Girls Club, the Habitat for Humanity, the Sequim Food Bank, and the Community Foundation of Sequim Dungeness Valley.Carolyn functioned as the Chairperson of the Sunland Golf and Country Club’s Social Committee for two years. She was a member of NAMI (National Association for Mental Illness), and a major contributor to the Clallam County VeteranÕs Standdowns. She was an involved member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and along with a group of other dedicated women in the church, they produced well over a thousand prayer quilts for wounded military veterans across Washington state; as well as, prayer quilts for ill members of the church and their families, neighbors, and friends.Carolyn always had a warm smile, a kind word, and a caring heart and hand for everyone that she encountered. She will forever be cherished and loved by those she left behind. Besides her devoted husband, Richard, she is survived by her brother Gary Riese and his wife Michel of Parrish, Florida; her sister Janice Dierdorff and her husband Terry of Olympia, Washington, also by her four children: Mark Maciejewski and his wife Donna of Issaquah, Washington, John-Paul Maciejewski and his wife Rochelle of Tampa, Florida; Teresa Rose Schultz and her husband Ryan of Wassau, Wisconsin; and Michael of Iola, Wisconsin; and a total of 5 grandchildren. As well, by her step-daughter, Karie Hempel and her husband Brian Bump; and her step-son Greg Hempel and his wife Rochelle Gurusinghe.In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to a charity of your choice.A Memorial Service will be held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth Ave, in Sequim, Washington on Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 4 p.m. Her earthly remains will be interred in the Church Columbium. Carolyn’s beautiful soul has moved on to the joy of eternal life with her Savior, Jesus Christ, with God the Father, and with the heavenly host of Saints and Angels.Don MonsonDonald Edward Monson, age 93, died June 5, 2017 at the Washington VeteranÕs Home in Port Orchard, WA.A native of Fargo, ND, Don was the son of Gustaf and Tillie (Wiese) Monson.Don graduated Fargo Central High School in 1942 and enlisted in the US Army in 1943. He served as a gunner in the Army Air Force in an A-20 attack aircraft. He was assigned to duty in New Guinea and the Philippines and barely survived when an anti-aircraft shell exploded aboard his plane, killing his fellow gunner. He served for the duration of WWII and was honorably discharged in 1946.After the war, he enrolled in the University of North Dakota and achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce in 1950. He joined JC Penney company as a manager in 1951 and relocated to Lancaster, California in 1957. He later joined Sears as a merchandise manager and relocated to Hemet, California in 1966. In 1973 he joined Skyline Corporation in sales and later worked for Phillips...

Thousands Mourn Slain New Mexico Officer - Officer.com (blog)

Monday, August 29, 2016

The service featured a variety of speakers, including:Doña Ana County Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” VigilSunland Park Police Chief Jaime ReyesUnited States Honor Flag founder Chris HeislerBishop Oscar CantúHatch Mayor Andy NuñezDoña Ana Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Kelly Jameson, who read a letter on behalf of Hatch Police Chief James “Trey” Gimler and Lt. Corey WatkinsThird Judicial District Attorney Mark D'AntonioDamon Martinez, U.S. attorney for the District of New Mexico, who read a letter from U.S. Attorney General Loretta LynchU.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, R-N.M.New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez“Officer Chavez’s decision to protect and to serve was a decision to love,” Cantú said. “His final words, ‘Tell my mother that I love her; tell my girls that I love them,” — in his final moments, he was thinking about love.”Jameson, reading the address prepared by Gimler and Watkins, recounted Chavez’s job interview with the department. Dressed “like a Wall Street banker,” he told the chief, “I just need a chance to prove myself.”The 33-year-old Chavez served for two years on the eight-man force.Martinez fought back tears as she spoke. As the daughter and wife of law enforcement officers, and as a former prosecutor, she said Chavez’s death hit close to home.“I saw my father and my husband walk out the door, every single day, with their uniforms, their bulletproof vests and their guns,” Martinez said. “It was all they had to protect themselves, but more importantly, to protect you and me. When that call doesn’t come in, or they don’t pull into the driveway on time, your heart starts to beat faster. As a loved one of a law enforcement officer, we know those things are possible.”Addressing Chavez’s two daughters, Janiley and Aryam, Martinez said, “Your daddy will be walking alongside you for the rest of your life as your guardian angel.”“We will all miss him very much,” she concluded, before walking over to kneel before the family, offering her condolences.After a three-volley salute, the playing of taps, and bagpipers playing "Amazing Grace," a tearful Mesilla Valley Regional Dispatch Author...

Claude Williamson dies at 89; versatile jazz pianist was mainstay of West Coast cool - Los Angeles Times

Monday, July 25, 2016

East with the laid-back sound of the West, securing himself a seat in the cool L.A. jazz scene of the ‘50s, has died.Williamson, 89, died in a facility in Sunland on Saturday, said his son, Marc Williamson. He fell and broke a hip last year and suffered complications afterward, his son said. Williamson was believed to be the last surviving member of the Lighthouse All-Stars, the house band of the Hermosa Beach jazz club of the same name. The Lighthouse’s fortunes tracked the era of cool jazz, a musical movement inspired by Miles Davis and Gerry Mulligan that flowered in L.A. and came to be seen as an archetypical West Coast artistic style.  L.A. musicians brought cool tones and an experimental, laid-back style to jazz, and for a while, they stole the spotlight from counterparts back East.Raised in Vermont and trained in Boston, Williamson was fully a product of East Coast bebop tradition: his musical idols were Al Haig and Bud Powell. But he was also a thoroughly skilled musician -- a player with perfect pitch for whom music seemed effortless, his son said. Or rather, it seemed like it was “in the blood,” Marc Williamson said.That depth and flexibility allowed Williamson to ad...

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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church played a large part in their decision to make Sequim their home. They purchased a house built in 1976 in the beautiful Sunland Community, and Carolyn lovingly remodeled and redecorated it into their “perfect home.”Carolyn Marie was a truly generous and loving person and a fervent practicing Christian. Among her activities and accomplishments was participating as a server in Christian soup kitchens in Seattle and Wisconsin, functioning as a foster parent, being a coordinating member of the Square Dance community of the Olympic Peninsula; and she was also an avid supporter of the Boys & Girls Club, the Habitat for Humanity, the Sequim Food Bank, and the Community Foundation of Sequim Dungeness Valley.Carolyn functioned as the Chairperson of the Sunland Golf and Country Club’s Social Committee for two years. She was a member of NAMI (National Association for Mental Illness), and a major contributor to the Clallam County VeteranÕs Standdowns. She was an involved member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and along with a group of other dedicated women in the church, they produced well over a thousand prayer quilts for wounded military veterans across Washington state; as well as, prayer quilts for ill members of the church and their families, neighbors, and friends.Carolyn always had a warm smile, a kind word, and a caring heart and hand for everyone that she encountered. She will forever be cherished and loved by those she left behind. Besides her devoted husband, Richard, she is survived by her brother Gary Riese and his wife Michel of Parrish, Florida; her sister Janice Dierdorff and her husband Terry of Olympia, Washington, also by her four children: Mark Maciejewski and his wife Donna of Issaquah, Washington, John-Paul Maciejewski and his wife Rochelle of Tampa, Florida; Teresa Rose Schultz and her husband Ryan of Wassau, Wisconsin; and Michael of Iola, Wisconsin; and a total of 5 grandchildren. As well, by her step-daughter, Karie Hempel and her husband Brian Bump; and her step-son Greg Hempel and his wife Rochelle Gurusinghe.In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to a charity of your choice.A Memorial Service will be held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth Ave, in Sequim, Washington on Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 4 p.m. Her earthly remains will be interred in the Church Columbium. Carolyn’s beautiful soul has moved on to the joy of eternal life with her Savior, Jesus Christ, with God the Father, and with the heavenly host of Saints and Angels.Don MonsonDonald Edward Monson, age 93, died June 5, 2017 at the Washington VeteranÕs Home in Port Orchard, WA.A native of Fargo, ND, Don was the son of Gustaf and Tillie (Wiese) Monson.Don graduated Fargo Central High School in 1942 and enlisted in the US Army in 1943. He served as a gunner in the Army Air Force in an A-20 attack aircraft. He was assigned to duty in New Guinea and the Philippines and barely survived when an anti-aircraft shell exploded aboard his plane, killing his fellow gunner. He served for the duration of WWII and was honorably discharged in 1946.After the war, he enrolled in the University of North Dakota and achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce in 1950. He joined JC Penney company as a manager in 1951 and relocated to Lancaster, California in 1957. He later joined Sears as a merchandise manager and relocated to Hemet, California in 1966. In 1973 he joined Skyline Corporation in sales and later worked for Phillips...

Thousands Mourn Slain New Mexico Officer - Officer.com (blog)

Monday, August 29, 2016

The service featured a variety of speakers, including:Doña Ana County Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” VigilSunland Park Police Chief Jaime ReyesUnited States Honor Flag founder Chris HeislerBishop Oscar CantúHatch Mayor Andy NuñezDoña Ana Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Kelly Jameson, who read a letter on behalf of Hatch Police Chief James “Trey” Gimler and Lt. Corey WatkinsThird Judicial District Attorney Mark D'AntonioDamon Martinez, U.S. attorney for the District of New Mexico, who read a letter from U.S. Attorney General Loretta LynchU.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, R-N.M.New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez“Officer Chavez’s decision to protect and to serve was a decision to love,” Cantú said. “His final words, ‘Tell my mother that I love her; tell my girls that I love them,” — in his final moments, he was thinking about love.”Jameson, reading the address prepared by Gimler and Watkins, recounted Chavez’s job interview with the department. Dressed “like a Wall Street banker,” he told the chief, “I just need a chance to prove myself.”The 33-year-old Chavez served for two years on the eight-man force.Martinez fought back tears as she spoke. As the daughter and wife of law enforcement officers, and as a former prosecutor, she said Chavez’s death hit close to home.“I saw my father and my husband walk out the door, every single day, with their uniforms, their bulletproof vests and their guns,” Martinez said. “It was all they had to protect themselves, but more importantly, to protect you and me. When that call doesn’t come in, or they don’t pull into the driveway on time, your heart starts to beat faster. As a loved one of a law enforcement officer, we know those things are possible.”Addressing Chavez’s two daughters, Janiley and Aryam, Martinez said, “Your daddy will be walking alongside you for the rest of your life as your guardian angel.”“We will all miss him very much,” she concluded, before walking over to kneel before the family, offering her condolences.After a three-volley salute, the playing of taps, and bagpipers playing "Amazing Grace," a tearful Mesilla Valley Regional Dispatch Author...

Claude Williamson dies at 89; versatile jazz pianist was mainstay of West Coast cool - Los Angeles Times

Monday, July 25, 2016

East with the laid-back sound of the West, securing himself a seat in the cool L.A. jazz scene of the ‘50s, has died.Williamson, 89, died in a facility in Sunland on Saturday, said his son, Marc Williamson. He fell and broke a hip last year and suffered complications afterward, his son said. Williamson was believed to be the last surviving member of the Lighthouse All-Stars, the house band of the Hermosa Beach jazz club of the same name. The Lighthouse’s fortunes tracked the era of cool jazz, a musical movement inspired by Miles Davis and Gerry Mulligan that flowered in L.A. and came to be seen as an archetypical West Coast artistic style.  L.A. musicians brought cool tones and an experimental, laid-back style to jazz, and for a while, they stole the spotlight from counterparts back East.Raised in Vermont and trained in Boston, Williamson was fully a product of East Coast bebop tradition: his musical idols were Al Haig and Bud Powell. But he was also a thoroughly skilled musician -- a player with perfect pitch for whom music seemed effortless, his son said. Or rather, it seemed like it was “in the blood,” Marc Williamson said.That depth and flexibility allowed Williamson to ad...