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Robert Charles MacKay

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Obit McKayRobert 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.

Norma Darlene Dazey

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Obit DazeyNorma Darlene Dazey passed away on Saturday, October 12, 2013, in Kirkland, Wash., at the age of 81. She was born October 27, 1931, in Kansas to Dewey and Mildred Billings.

Not given the opportunity to go to college because she was a girl, she subsequently took the Mensa test and passed with an IQ score of 150.

Norma has been a long-time resident of the Woodinville area, where she raised her family. She was active in the Order of the Eastern Star and the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

She is survived by her sons; Steven, Merrill and Byron Dazey, and her daughter Anna Aldrich, along with twelve grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, January 18th, 2014, at 1-3 p.m. at the Redmond Eagles #3324. The address is: 11440 Avondale Rd NE, Redmond, WA 98052.

In lieu of flowers, please take a moment and share your favorite memories of her on the guestbook at www.AcaciaFuneralHome.com.

Kyle W. Myer

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Kyle W. Meyer, 18, of Woodinville, Washington passed away on Thursday, October 31, 2013.

Kyle was born December 15, 1994, in Bellevue, Washington to Shelley Svien and Frank Meyer.  He attended Chrysalis School in Woodinville, Washington.

Kyle loved Chrysalis because of the wonderful teachers and friends he made. He enjoyed all the latest technology gadgets used for videotaping, playing music and computer games, and connecting with his friends and family on Facebook. His favorite hobby was Magic The Gathering. He had an adventurous spirit and loved to travel and visit new cities and states.  He also had a strong faith in Jesus and lived with strength, courage and love every day.  His authentic heart and sense of humor will live on in our memories of him.

Kyle is survived by a loving and extended family, including his mother, Shelley, and his father, Frank; his step-father, Matthew and step-mother Sarah; his sister, McKenzie and his brother, Caleb; his grandparents, Carol and Ed Reddick, Miriam and Frank Meyer, Roxann and John Koutzoukis, and Glenda Jacot.

It is never easy to lose a loved one, especially a loving boy like Kyle. We were blessed to have him in our lives and will love him forever. 

A celebration of Kyle’s life will be held at Chrysalis School, located at 15900 Woodinville-Redmond Road in Woodinville, Washington at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 7, 2013.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Kyle Meyer Scholarship Fund, by contacting Karen Fogle at Chrysalis School.

Catherine Reed

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Catherine Reed, born January 20, 1902, passed away on October 15,2013 in her sleep. She was known as Katie and walked the Burke-Gilman Trail from Bothell to Woodinville

For many years, she would do her grocery shopping and walk home. She lived in Bothell for many years and later moved to Greenbriar in Woodinville. She then moved to Bothell Life Care center in Bothell, where she passed away.

She has a son in St. Louis and grandchildren and great grandchildren, a son in California who preceded her in death She has one daughter who lives in Woodinville with her husband.

She was always the life of the party at each of her birthday parties, dancing and singing the old tunes.

She is buried in Elkland, Missouri, next to her husband and sister.

Kenneth R. Hall

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

It is with deep sadness that the family of Kenneth R. (Kenny) Hall announces his passing on October 11, 2013. Kenny was born in Boise, Idaho on June 17, 1920. He was the youngest of five children born to Bradford and Mary Ellin Hall. He served his country during World War II in the Army Air Corps. He was married to LaWanna Isaackson for 56 years when she passed. A few years later he married Kay Anderson and he lost her to a stroke four months later.

He is survived by his son, Maurice Hall (Cheryl); his stepdaughter, Sandy Stone (Stoney); his nephews, Wendell Hall (Faye), Richard Hall (Irma), Brad Hall (Karyl), Greg Isackson; nieces, Darlene Baete (Ron) and BJ Smith (Jack) Georgia Lee Isackson; as well as many grandchildren, great grandchildren and many great and great great nieces, nephews and friends. He is also survived by his sister-in-law, Donna Clay (Silver) and dear friends, Ken Heidenreich and Tosh and Yeiko Funaii.

He was preceded in death by his brothers, Clifford Hall, Wallace Hall, Maurice Hall and his sister, Myrtle Radford.

He always had a smile for everyone, and never had a bad word to say about anyone. In lieu of flowers please send a donation to  your favorite charity. And,visit or call an elderly friend and/or relative and say "I love you." It will make at least two people very happy. There will be a celebration of Kenny’s life in the spring or summer. All family and friends will be notified when the date is set.