Pamela Jean Baugh passed away November 4th of complications from the cancer she had been fighting for 20+ years. She was born on July 29, 1948 in Los Angeles California and is survived by her husband of 43 years Donald R. Baugh, her two children Thomas A. Baugh and Patricia K. Allen and one grandchild Jonathan P. Allen.
Pamela moved with her family to Bothell in 1981 and had been a resident there ever since. Pamela had a rich and full life balancing work, volunteering and her love of music, live stage performances and sports.
A celebration of her life will be held on November 17th at her daughter’s house in Bothell. Details can be obtained by calling 425-299-5790.
In lieu of flowers, please take a moment to share your favorite memory on her Face Book page.
Douglas Jon Delson, 75, passed away Nov. 9, 2013, in Seattle, Wash. He was born Nov. 5, 1938 in the Bronx, N.Y., but had been a resident of Corvallis, Ore. since 1994 and Bothell, Wash. for the past year.
He was preceded in death by his son, Matthew Delson. He is survived by his wife, Estelle Delson, of Bothell, Wash., and his daughter, Tara Levin-Delson, also of Bothell, and five grandchildren.
Funeral service will be held at Evergreen-Washelli Funeral Home, Seattle at 1PM on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation, S.L.C., Utah.
Julie Lynn (George) Lawson, 58, a resident of Moses Lake (and former Duvall and Carnation resident) passed away on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, from complications due to health issues.
Julie spent most of her life in the Snoqualmie Valley, graduating from Tolt High School in 1973.
She then met the love of her life, John Lawson, and after two years of dating, married in 1977.
In 1979, they welcomed son Charlie and in 1985, daughter Carey.
John and Julie continued to live in the area until 1993 when they decided to trade 300 days of rain for 300 days of sunshine in Moses Lake.
Julie loved her family very much and she looked forward to the holidays when everyone would get together.
Julie told her family that she was sick in October of 2012, and also told them that she was going to fight it — and she did.
Sadly, Julie lost her battle with Sjogrens & Lupus, with her loved ones at home.
Her family is so proud of her for fighting as hard as she did and doing so with a happy face on, so she wouldn’t worry her family. She will be forever missed, and we love her that BIG MUCH...
Julie is survived by her beloved husband, John; son, Charlie (Cathy) and granddaughters, Selena and Sabrina; daughter, Carey Lawson; daughter, Michelle and grandchildren, Cody and Cheyanne; brother, Jerry and sister, Jolene; parents, Paul and Verlene George and sisters. Big Jo, Terry and Shelley.
Julie is proceeded in death by both of her parents William and Patty Heyer, mother-in-law Rocky (Lawson) Rush, brother-in-law Rob Lawson and her grandson Baby J.
Robert Charles MacKay, 48, formerly of Duvall, died Tuesday, October 22, at the Gene & Irene Wockner Hospice Center in Kirkland from heart failure brought on by a series of heart problems.
He was born at Providence Hospital in Seattle, Wash., on November 11, 1964, to George and Gloria MacKay.
He is survived by his parents, his daughter and son-in-law, Stephanie and Brent Marchant and three brothers, Scott, Craig and Russell MacKay.
Robert graduated from Shoreline High School and was a trombonist in the band and the orchestra.He continued his studies at Shoreline Community College.
Robert was a lover of music and enjoyed attending concerts throughout his life. He also was a true outdoorsman who loved to camp and explore.
Robert was a dedicated soccer coach for the Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association during his daughter’s high school years.
He took pride in his coaching and encouraged each team member to be proud of her efforts. In his last year of coaching, the team was undefeated and won the conference championship.
A memorial was held on November 2 in remembrance of what a special person Robert was. It was attended by guests of all ages, including family and friends new and old, members of the championship soccer team, sports lovers and music lovers.
Also, Robert’s friends from the bluegrass band, The Cascade Cut Ups, were in attendance and added a special charm to the event. Robert was a joy to be around.
His jokes and laughter lit up a room and he will be missed by many.