Norma Marie Hansen (Hoyle) (Stoutenburg)

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Norma Marie Hansen (Hoyle) (Stoutenburg)
November 27, 1925 – November 14, 2017
Norma was born to Marius and Johanne Hansen in Seattle, Washington on November 27, 1925. She married Curtis M. Hoyle in 1946 and they were married 40 years. Together they raised five sons, Greg (Debra), Randy (Jill), Jeff (Barb Breda), Tim (Katie), Marty (Debbie), and one daughter Yvonne (Bill Freist). After the passing of Curtis in 1986 Norma subsequently married John Stoutenburg in 1989. They were married until his death in 2002.
Norma worked as a bookkeeper at Kemper Insurance, office manager at Green Ford and ultimately General Manager of Kenmore Premix. She received Woman of the Year awards for her work in the concrete construction industry. She is remembered as an intelligent, compassionate and courageous leader in the industry.
Norma was a very active member in the Bothell community and was a dedicated servant in the Northshore Rotary and NPACF /Northshore Performing Arts Center Foundation. Norma was the first woman member in the Northshore rotary. She started the Northshore Rotary Santa Breakfast that initially served only 2 dozen families… it has grown into serving over 1400 each Christmas season with a meal, pictures with Santa, entertainment, a toy and a warm jacket provided by Woodinville Rotary.
She enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren as much as anything. Norma always had an open invitation to family and friends at her home in Bothell.
Please join us to celebrate our dear Mother:  Sunday- December 17, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Northshore Performing Arts Center- 18125-92nd Ave NE Bothell, WA 98011 (located next to Bothell High School gymnasium - Free Parking)
Remembrances may be sent in Norma's name to the following:
Northshore Performing Arts Center Foundation P.O. Box 486 Bothell, WA 98041
Northshore Rotary Foundation P.O. Box 44 Bothell, WA 98041

Douglas Allen Long

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Douglas Allen Long passed peacefully on November 29, 2017 at his home in Gig Harbor, WA surrounded by family after a courageous battle with Leukemia.
Doug was born in San Diego, CA on November 1, 1944, the first child of Donald and Anne Long.  Doug spent his youth in Palo Alto, CA. He graduated from Cubberley High School, where he also met the love of his life.
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Rhonda Williams-Parent

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rhondaprofileRhonda Williams-Parent of Woodinville returned to the infinite on November 15th, 2017 at 9:05 p.m. on what would have been her 51st birthday, after suffering from a stroke two days earlier.  She was preceded in passing by her parents Richard Williams (d. 2007) and Elizabeth Williams (d.1996).  Rhonda is survived by her loving husband of 27 years, John; her two beautiful children, Meghan (22) and Cameron (19); her three sisters, Sandra, Kathy and Darlene; her brother Ricky and numerous nieces and nephews.
Rhonda was born and raised on a farm in the small northern Ontario town of Englehart. As a farm girl Rhonda loved all animals and in recent years had a special connection with her Chihuahua, Pumpkin.  She graduated from the University of Guelph in 1993 with a degree in child studies followed by a Bachelor in Education degree from Brock University in 1994.  It was during her time at U of G that she met her life’s love, John and they wed on June 30, 1990.  Rhonda taught kindergarten for several years in southern Ontario schools and absolutely loved and excelled in that role. 
In July 2005 the Parent family made the decision to accept an offer to move to Seattle area for John’s employment and purchased a home in Woodinville.  Rhonda’s love and value of education led her to active involvement in the Cottage Lake PTA for several years including two years as co-president.  Once her children were older Rhonda resumed her teaching through providing art classes at the Arts Umbrella in Bothell and the recently opened Kineo School in Kirkland. She also began an art career and showed at galleries in Ballard, Bellingham and other venues (including displays in Woodinville City Hall). Many of her works of art have their home in Woodinville residences.   
Rhonda loved and gave to so many and was greatly loved in return.  By none more than her husband and children who are in shock at her passing so young but know that her spirit lives on in the collective experience of all she touched.  Her limitless capacity for love and giving showed itself to the very end with Rhonda giving literally of herself as an organ donor, which the family was informed will save a minimum of five lives. 
In lieu of any gifts, donations can be made in remembrance of Rhonda to the American Stroke Foundation or through considering becoming an organ donor.  A memorial service will be held on December 2nd, 2017 at Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Rd, NE, Redmond.  All who wish to celebrate Rhonda’s life and impact are welcome.

Raymond Oscar Keehner

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RaymondRaymond Oscar Keehner, 76, of Wenatchee, Wash., beloved husband and best friend of Carol (Brown) Keehner for 35 years, passed away on November 16, 2017.
He was predeceased by several of his great friends and ‘partners in crime’. He was also predeceased by his parents Iris Haight and Oscar Keehner.
Ray was born in Spokane, growing up in Eastern Washington where he spent his younger years on his grandparent’s ranch outside of Ritzville. Moving to Seattle, he attended Lincoln High School and spent those years water skiing on Lake Washington. He also spent time in the U.S. Coast Guard before eventually settling down in Bothell and starting his family.
Ray began a career in the body shop at Brooks Biddle Chevrolet where he was soon managing the shop. It was during this time he began doing body work out of his garage, which he quickly outgrew and he opened ‘Ray Keehner’s Bothell Auto Rebuild’ on Bothell Way.  Ray was also a key member of the Bothell Chamber of Commerce and sponsored many a little league and youth soccer team. 
Bothell Auto Rebuild was where he first met the love of his life, Carol and together they blended their two families.  In addition to his wife Carol, Ray is survived by his and Carol’s children, Colleen Brown (Jim), Wendy Gitnes (Seth), Heather Munn (Jim) and Jon Keehner (Amy) as well as his pride and joy, grandchildren Joshua, Rylie, Rachael, Madeline, Gabrielle, Kyle, Ava, Zachary, Cole and Tristan; his sister Terry McCoy as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews. 
Ray was not only a pillar of the community, but the rock of his family.  Ray was always in motion, he loved camping, hunting, water skiing, golfing, snowmobiling, flying his plane, attending airshows, working on his Studebakers, winning trophies at car shows and cheering on his grandkids in their many activities.  He and Carol had recently moved from Bothell to Wenatchee to begin their latest adventure. Ray’s quiet strength and constant support will be missed by so many.
A memorial service will be held honoring Ray on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at Bothell United Methodist Church, 18515 92nd Ave NE, Bothell. Memorial contributions may be made to the Museum of Flight (, America’s Car Museum ( or the Washington State Snowmobile Assn ( 

Michael Patrick "Mike" Maloy

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Obit MaloyApril 15, 1959 – September 17, 2017
Mike was born in Tacoma, Wash. to Danny Maloy and Lila Ekstedt while Danny was stationed at Fort Lewis. He grew up in South Snohomish County and graduated from Lynnwood High School in 1977. His entire adult life was spent as an I.T. professional in the service of others, as shown by his resume’ which includes FEMA, Overlake Hospital, Evergreen Hospital, and the King County Crisis Clinic. He was a Search and Rescue volunteer, putting his ham radio hobby to very good use. Mike was a volunteer and familiar face at many regional  disaster  drill   events, including the annual Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill, and Harborview Medical Center’s Mass Casualty Drill. Always putting others before self, he was ready to lend a hand to anyone who needed help.

Mike was preceded in death by his mother Lila, and is survived by his father Danny who now resides in Lake Havasu City Ariz., his sisters Cyndy (Ron) Meade of Whidbey Island, Terry (Alec) Barker of Woodinville, Candee Butterfield, and his brother Ken Taylor. He leaves behind his son Adam Maloy of Montreal, his daughter Apryl (Marcus) Jasperson, and his two grandchildren Charles and Danyka Mason.

A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held on November 18 at 1 p.m., at First Lutheran Church in Bothell, 10207 NE 183rd St, Bothell, Wash. 98011.