James E. Mulvihill was born in Twin Falls, Idaho, on October 20, 1936. He was the youngest of eight children born to Myrtle Auvil Mulvihill and Dan William Mulvihill.
Jim graduated from Wenatchee High School, served four years in the Navy, and attended the University of Washington.
He worked as a Boeing manufacturing engineer and retired in 2002.
He owned Sam’s Pizza in Woodinville, from 1984-1987.
Jim loved the Lord and his family was his joy. He went home to be with the Lord on June 1 after a brave and dignified struggle with cancer. He is missed and loved by many, especially his wife, Audrey; his four daughters, Christina Ruddy, Teresa Talbot, Colleen Pacem and Jamie Mulvihill; his step-son, Eric Cook; his 10 grandchildren; his sister, Lucy Anderson; his brother, Dan Mulvihill and step-sister, Linda Luxem.
Donations in Jim’s memory may be made to: The Jim Mulvihill Memorial Fund: Living Hope Lutheran Church, 7305 208th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98053.
Rosemary Belarde 81, long time Woodinville resident passed away on Saturday, June 8th, 2013 at Evergreen Memorial Hospital, Kirkland, Wash.She was born on March 7th, 1932, in Glendive, Montana. Her family later moved to Seattle where she met and married the love of her life, John J. Belarde.The young couple moved to Anchorage, Alaska, in 1954, where they raised their three children. Rosemary was one of the first women in Alaska to receive a certificate of cosmetology and owned/operated the Northern Lights Beauty Salon for many years. They moved back to Washington in 1988 and their children and their families followed.
She is survived by her husband, John, daughter LeeAnn, son John F and his wife Sandy, son Steven W and his wife Leighann, seven grandchildren; Sierra, Johnna, Breanna, Jessica, Joseph, Kristina and two great grandsons, Chance and Colton.Rosemary loved music, dancing, was an accomplished cook, loved to entertain and loved to have her family around her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; Frank E. and Wilhelmina Frohlich, her brothers, George and Frank, and her beloved sister Josephine Norris of Sequim.
The funeral will be held June 21 at 11a.m. at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church at 630 7th Ave. N in Edmonds. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Rosemary Belarde to the Alzheimer’s Association and/or to Breast Cancer Funds.
Lee was born November 5, 1927, and passed away at home in Bothell, Wash., on May 11, 2013.
He was born in Port Angeles, Wash., to Eliza May Hopf Larrick and Leland Stanford Larrick Sr. Lee’s younger brother, Donald Earl Larrick, was born in 1929.
After high school, Lee was inducted into the U.S Army during World War II. He was honorably discharged from the Army in May 1947. Using the GI Bill, Lee obtained a bachelor’s and a master’s of education degree from Western Washington University.
Lee began his career on Whidbey Island in Langley in 1950, as a teacher and principal of Langley Elementary School. He married Beverly Carlson and they began their family on the island. In 1962, Lee moved to Bothell as the principal of Lockwood Elementary. In 1970, he was honored as Outstanding Administrator of the Year for the Northshore School District. Lee retired from Northshore in 1986 as the principal of Maywood Elementary. One of the most memorable of Lee’s 35 years of service to education was 1984 when he was an exchange principal through the Victoria Teacher Exchange of Victoria, Australia.
A great passion of Lee’s life was the cabin at Fish Lake, Wash.
After his marriage to Beverly ended, he met Ella Johnson Colson, who happily became Ella Larrick in 1985. They enjoyed traveling and joyful hours at Fish Lake. Lee also enjoyed woodworking, particularly creating beautiful grandmother clocks for his family, and playing pinochle with the "jolly boys."
Parkinson’s and heart disease took Lee out, but did NOT TAKE HIM DOWN! He was active to the very end. Lee is survived by his wife, Ella Larrick; children, Margaret Elise (Eric Dickman), John Larrick (Dolores), James Earl Larrick (Lisa), and Mary Carlson; step-children, Kim Bodnar (Paul), Kathryn Unruh (Loren), Sara Ahola, (Jason); six grandchildren, Gregory, Mitchell, Sydni, Rachel, Evan, and Nicole; seven step-grandchildren, Emily, Meaghan, Anna, Evan, Dean, Bryan, Henry and Samuel.
A celebration of Lee’s life will be held Monday, June 17, from 5-8 p.m. at the Hollywood Schoolhouse, 14810 NE 145th St., Woodinville, WA 98072. All who knew and loved him are invited. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hopelink or Children’s Home Society.
Patricia Ann McDougall (Cook) was born in Sacramento, Calif., and passed away on May 22, 2013. Patricia (Patti) grew up in Renton, Wash., where she attended Burnley School for Professional Art and Renton High School where she was student body president.
The only child of John and Hilda Cook, Patti studied physics at the University of Michigan and interior design at the University of Washington. Patti was the promoter of the NW Ski and Home Shows and assisted with design concepts for many businesses including Farrell’s, Red Robin, Stimson Manor House and the Street of Dreams luxury home tour. Throughout her career and adult life, her passions centered on design, art and gardening. Patti’s favorite places were in her garden with the plants, trees, flowers, birds and squirrels and combing the beaches of Hat Island.
Patti has been active in multiple charities and organizations where she served in leadership positions including: Hilltoppers Garden Club (president), Avant Designers Guild (president), Japanese Gardens in the Arboretum (docent), International Race Drivers Club (chief timer & scorer), Hat Island Yacht Club (commodore) and was named Horticulturist of the year for Washington state.Patti was active in the Renton Masonic Lodge in Rainbow Girls (worthy advisor, grand officer and mother advisor), and was a member of The Order of Eastern Star and Daughters of the Nile.
Patti was an amazing woman and was known for her leadership, art & design, sense of humor, and will be missed by all who knew her.
She is survived by her husband Bill McDougall and children Scott (Wendy), Tracy (Faye) and Eric; grandchildren (Kaley, Ashlee (Thomas) & Taylor) and a great-grand- daughter (Audree). Patti will be missed by all whose lives she touched and loved. In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be sent to the Japanese Gardens at the Arboretum, Seattle, Wash.