Timothy Carl Mickelson

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Obit TimLife held many paths for Timothy Carl Mickelson. However, they came to a final end on Wednesday, August 30th  at the age of 68.

Tim grew up in the small farming community of Deerfield, Wisconsin  where he worked from a young age in his family’s grocery store. It was here that he developed his strong work ethic.

His educational path led to earning an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, a Masters Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Dartmouth College, and a Doctorate Degree in Exercise Physiology at Ohio University. He also served in the US Army.

Tim then began working in, and ultimately retired from, the medical electronics field. Self-taught in business management, he eventually rose to become President and CEO of various companies including ATL/Philips Medical in Bothell, WA until his retirement in 2007.
A six year member on the US National Rowing Team, Tim set his sights high in athletics. This path led to his winning a silver medal in the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, a gold medal in the World Rowing Championships in 1974 in Lucerne, Switzerland and a gold medal in the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico City – all in the men’s heavyweight eight rowing events. Tim was also an avid alpine and cross-country skier, enjoyed hiking & biking, was a woodworker, and was an accomplished cook and baker. He was also a winemaker in partnership with Cinq Cellars winery in Redmond, Washington.

Perhaps the most important path Tim took in his life was that of husband and father. He had a passion for living that enveloped his family with his strength, high morals, and never-ending love. He is survived and loved by his wife of 41 years, Beth Mickelson, sons Dayne (Kelly) Mickelson, Todd (Julia) Mickelson and Bryan Mickelson. He is also survived by his sister, Peggy Mickelson, and two grandsons, Bryce and Ayden Mickelson.

A funeral service is planned for Saturday, September 16th at 4:00PM at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church – 10021 NE 124th Street, Kirkland, Washington. A celebration of his life is planned for early November at the University of Washington Conibear Shellhouse. The spring of 2018 there will be an interment at his home church in Deerfield, Wisconsin.

Donations can be made to:
Mickelson Family Fund for ALS Research or
Mickelson ALS Walk Team Page or
National Rowing Foundation


Richard C Broderson

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Obit Richard BrodersonDick passed away August 19, 2017 at the age of 78 after a valiant battle with kidney disease. Dick and his parents, Morris and Geneva Strahm Broderson were longtime residents of Woodinville. He was the oldest of four siblings; John (Loi) Broderson from Sandpoint, ID, Leonard (Dana) Broderson from Athol, Idaho, and Gordon Broderson (deceased). Dick kept in close touch with classmates from Bothell High School. After retirement from UW and Builders Hardware, he was an avid golfer and model aeronautics pilot. He also enjoyed hunting, travel, motorcycle touring and cross-country skiing. He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Claudia, daughters Cheryl Broderson and Denise Morton, grandsons Joshua Redding and Andrew

Schukar (Kristina), granddaughter Melissa Morton and great grandsons Colton and Von Schukar.
A celebration of life will be planned for a later date. Memorials can be sent to Puget Sound Kidney Center of Monroe, Regency Care Facility of Monroe or the Snohomish Fire Dept.

Robert Eugene Young

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obit youngRobert ”Bob” Eugene Young – A beloved husband, father, and grandfather died unexpectedly on August 25, 2017 at the age of 63.  He is survived by his wife Care, and his children Traci (Anthony) and Tawnya (Eric), his grandchildren Christopher, Zachary, Brett, Taylor, Isabella, Michael, Austin, Miranda and Alex, and his brothers Mark (Kathy), Rand (Zank), and sister Tara (Butch).

Born and raised in Washington, Bob was a hardworking, loyal, and strong man.  His stubbornness carried him through his life journey.  His love for BBQ’s, camping, fishing, crossword puzzles, and the Seahawks made him who he was.  His passion was art and music.  His favorite band was The Beatles.  He will be greatly missed and never forgotten.  A celebration of life will be held.  Please visit our Facebook page and event for further details at  You can also search Robert (Bob) Young on Facebook.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank to the Bob Young Benefit Memorial Fund.

Joan Gray Gleadle

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Obit GleadelJoan Gray Gleadle beat breast cancer, but could not win her hard fought battle with Parkinson’s disease.  Her body and mind were finally at peace on August 10, 2017.  Joan was born November 12, 1941 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England to Bertie Richard and Oliver Muriel Gray.  Joan married John Robert Gleadle in 1961 and had a son, Ian David in 1961, followed by daughter, Christine Heidi in 1965.

Joan and John moved their young family to America in 1967 where John began his 39-year career at Boeing.  Joan was a Secretary/Receptionist for Greyhound Lines in Seattle for many years and then later retired from Boeing in Everett.  They made their home and raised their family in Woodinville, Wash. for 35 years.  Joan was best known as the local Avon Lady.  She loved her customers and earned many sales awards in her 25 years with Avon.  She also loved working in her garden, teaching Lifetime Fitness, volunteering at Evergreen Health Hospice, and driving events with the Jaguar Drivers and Restorers Club of NW America.

In 2003, Joan and John moved to Camano Island where they enjoyed their garden and views of the water and the Olympic Mountains.  They loved to go to garage sales, to the Camano Garden Club meetings, and to Jaguar car club events. Joan started up her Avon business on Camano, began volunteering at the Stanwood Senior Center, and became active in the Stanwood-Camano Island’s Relay for Life fundraisers.   They took their little dog Katie with them everywhere they went.  They hosted many happy family picnics with their children and grandchildren on Camano.

Joan was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2005.  John retired in 2006 to care for her, but sadly passed away in 2010 after nearly 49 years of marriage.  Joan moved to Merrill Gardens for assisted living and eventually to Brookdale of Silver Lake for their full time skilled nursing care.  The family thanks her friends at the Stanwood Parkinson’s Support group and all of her caregivers for their kindness and support over the years.

Joan is survived by her son Ian (Linda) of Camano Island, daughter Chris (Todd) of Machias, and five loving grandchildren, Nicole, Brian, Ryan, Kyle and Sydney.  They can picture her snuggling with her Katie dog, playing Bingo, line-dancing, and selling Avon to the angels in heaven.  Rest in peace Nanna.

A Celebration of Life will be held September 17, 2017 at 12:30 pm at Brookdale of Stanwood located at 7212 265th St NW, Stanwood, WA. 98292.

Remembrances may be made to Stanwood-Camano Island Relay for Life.

John J. Belarde

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

John J. Belarde, age 90, born April 15, 1927 on the family ranch in Gulnare, Colo. to Francisco Belarde and Anna Pais, passed away on August 8, 2017 in his home in Woodinville, Wash.

John was orphaned at the young age of 11 with his other siblings in Colo. when both parents passed away. John enlisted in the army just one day after his 18th birthday and was a solider in WWII. John met the love of his life, Rosemary Belarde, in Seattle. They married on June 11, 1949 and would have celebrated 68 years of marriage if not for Rosemary’s passing in 2013.

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