Obituary: Faulds

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Louise C. Faulds

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Louise is survived by her husband Paul and her two children Isabele and Jacob. Louise was a devoted mother, wife, sister and daughter.

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Obituary: Flaherty

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Woodinville resident Lynne Flaherty, an emergency-room physician, died Aug. 25 while scuba diving at Neah Bay. She was 61.

Dr. Flaherty had just entered the water near Duncan Rock with her husband, Peter Rothschild, when they became separated. She did not surface. The U.S. Coast Guard was quickly summoned and combed the area around Cape Flattery for 33 hours before calling off the search.

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Obituary: Howard

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Mark Patrick Howard

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Mark Patrick Howard, 45, of Bartlett, Tennessee, passed away July 7, 2015 after a short and painful battle with cancer.

He was born March 17, 1970 in Nome, Alaska to Michael and Margo (Carpenter) Howard. After several years in Nome, the family moved back to Washington.

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Gary Lawrence (Patrick) McGinnis

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Gary was born on July 28, 1951, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Larry and Betty (Grisim) McGinnis. He was the oldest of four brothers. He graduated from Edison High School in 1969.

He attended the University of Minnesota as a music major. He left school and moved to Huntsville, Alabama, to play in a Dixieland band and to work in a foundry. He made his way to Tennessee, and attended Trevecca Nazarene College to study theology.

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Katherine Louise Forbes Jones

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obitKatherine Louise Forbes Jones passed from this world abruptly on July 15, 2015. She is survived by two daughters and six grandpets.

For much of her working life, Katherine drove 18-wheel semi-trucks across the country. She drove all 48 continental states and Canada. She had stopped trucking to move her two daughters from California to raise them in Washington state. However, it didn’t take her long after they had grown into two mostly well-adjusted adults, to get back on the road and do what she loved.

Katherine was a mother, a daughter, a truck driver, a writer, an artist, a pianist, a mentor, a cake decorator and a seamstress…well, we could be here for a while, but one thing was for sure: Katherine was a curious person who was never afraid to learn or try something new. She lead a rich and fulfilling life, and showed those around her how to enjoy who they were, the family and friends that surrounded them...and maybe a blackberry wine cooler every now and then.

Katherine was the daughter of Gene and Roberta Forbes and graduated from Issaquah Senior High School in 1979.

A funeral service will be held 11 a.m., Saturday, July 25 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Duthie Hill Road in Issaquah.