Dwight Holobaugh, age 73, born June 6, 1944 grew up in Tipp City, Ohio. He joined the Army-82nd Airborne division. Following his service he married his 7th grade sweetheart Joyce. Graduating Cum Laude from Northern Arizona he became a Civil Engineer with expertise as a Utilities Specialist. He owned his own consulting business and later retired in Maple Valley. Dwight loved sports so being a youth football and baseball coach in Woodinville, where he raised his children, was a perfect fit for him. Through coaching he made a positive impact on many young lives. Dwight loved vacationing with the family, duck hunting, and fishing wherever he could find a good fishing hole. Dwight is survived by his wife, Joyce of 52 years of marriage. His two children, daughter Tara Travers (Husband-Mike), son Trent Holobaugh (Wife-Christina) and twin grandsons Hayden and Hunter.
He passed away very peacefully with excellent care from the University Of Washington Medical Center on January 29, 2018. Dwight was the recipient of a heart transplant which gave him 20 extra years with his family. Please consider being an organ donor. Per his wishes there will be no public services.
Eleanor Lorraine Johnson passed away peacefully with her family at her side on January 23, 2018 to be with her Lord and savior Jesus Christ.
Eleanor was born December 24, 1920 in Everett, WA. She married Richard A. Johnson (deceased) on June 15, 1940 and resided in the Bothell and Woodinville area.
She had five children: Dorothy (Fred) Dobbins, Richard E. Johnson (deceased) (Patti), Leslie Johnson (deceased), William (Marilyn) Johnson, Earl (Barbara) Johnson, seven grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, and two great great grand children.
A celebration of life will be held at the Woodinville Community UM Church on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the UCUMC Benevolence Fund or Evergreen Health Hospice Care.