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Byrdene Warner Entenmann

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Passed quietly on Jan. 30, 2015 at Evergreen Medical Hospice Center in Kirkland at age 87. She was born to John and Mary Warner on July 15, 1927 in Seattle. She spent her childhood years in the Seattle area and then moved to Spokane at age 17 and graduated from North Central High School. After graduation she worked in the banking industry. She met her husband of 65 years, Felix, in Spokane and moved to Colfax, Washington where the bulk of their life was spent.
After retirement, they moved to Spokane and then to the Seattle area to be around their children. She is preceded in her death by her husband Felix in 2014. She is survived by her three children, John and his wife Sindi, David and his wife Saitong and Karen Lambert; two grandchildren, Jennifer and Jay; one great-grandson, and just missed by hours the birth of a second great-grandson.

Graveside services were held at Greenwood Memorial Terrace on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015 in Spokane. Heritage Funeral Home, 508 N. Government Way Spokane, WA 99224 is helping the family.

Dr. Elizabeth Thybulle

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After a very hard fought battle with cancer, Dr. Elizabeth Thybulle passed away Feb. 2, 2015. A woman with a passion for life and coffee, she truly lived and loved every moment. For those of us who were only graced for a few short years of her friendship, it was not enough!
Dr. Thybulle’s service will be at Eastside Catholic High School on Feb. 14 at 10:30 a.m. It will be mass followed by a reception. 232 228th Avenue Southeast, Sammamish, WA 98074
More information can be found on the Health Moves Facebook page and a full obituary will be published in a future edition.

Michelle H. Anderson-McGrath

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Michelle H. Anderson-McGrath, age 52, of Woodinville, Washington died Jan. 31, 2015. Michelle, daughter of the late Alan G. and MaryAnn (Thill) Anderson, died in Woodinville as a result of a car accident.
She is the beloved mother of Keyth (Tiffany) Pankau, Corey McGrath and Kyle (Becky) McGrath. Michelle is also survived by her adoring granddaughters Annabella Pankau and Kylee McGrath; sister Linda Bacon; nephew Brian, niece Nichole and her beloved dog Jessie. She will be greatly missed.
Services will be held Saturday, Feb. 14 at Imprint Church, 13632 Northeast 177th Place, Woodinville, at 1 p.m.

Timothy Keith Matson

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TimMatsonTim passed away peacefully on Jan. 11, 2015 after a long illness. He was born to Keith and Mary Ellen (Mann) Matson on Oct. 14, 1952 in Ontario, Oregon. Growing up in Selah, Washington he attended Selah public schools.

While living in the Yakima, Washington area Tim worked as a cook, chef, restaurant manager and briefly managed a small family orchard. In 1984 he relocated to Olympia, Washington and immersed himself in politics. He was a political consultant on many state and national campaigns and on the staff of the Republican Caucus. In 2001, he was elected Commissioner in the Woodinville Water District, an office he held for several years.

Tim loved the Grand Canyon and went there often to hike, float the river and explore. He also traveled to Kenya, China, Venezuela, the United Kingdom and Czechoslovakia. Tim enjoyed backpacking, fly fishing and outdoor/wildlife photography. He had a significant passion for cooking, much to the enjoyment of his family and friends.

Preceded in death by his parents, Tim is survived by his brothers Jon (Kathy) and Chris (Bernadette); sisters Lyn and Suzy; nieces Christina Morehead, Allison (Tristan) Parke, and Emily Matson; nephews Nick and Spencer Homer; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. We will miss his intellect, humor and gift of storytelling. There are no services planned but the family suggests that a gift in Tim’s memory to Congregations for The Homeless in Bellevue, Washington would be well received.

David Lee Olson

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obit olsonDave Olson of Woodinville, Washington passed away quietly on Jan. 25, 2015. He was surrounded by the love of his family and friends. Dave was born in Lacrosse, Wisconsin on Sept. 9, 1939. Dave’s family moved to St. Charles, Illinois where he would live most of his early life. He served in the US Army from 1958 to 1961, married and started his family. In 1965 he moved them to Kirkland, Washington where he owned and operated Tip Top Tree Service; he loved working outdoors and driving around in his red truck. Dave retired in 1998; he and his wife re-settled in Woodinville and began traveling, making yearly visits to Palm Springs. Dave was a loving husband and father; he enjoyed fishing, golfing, coaching and watching sports and always had a good joke. Dave was a friend to everyone he met. He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Karon, family and countless friends he met along the way. He leaves warm memories.

Think of Dave as living, in the hearts of those he touched.
Nothing loved is ever lost, and he was loved so much.

In Loving Memory of Dave Olson

In the early spring when we begin to see
Overgrown bushes, shrubs and trees
Look in your heart and there he’ll stand
With that big beautiful smile and clippers in hand