Lois Faye Haining

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Lois and Roger Haining
On an impending visit, a grandson asked, “Is this the one who makes cookies?” Yes was the answer, which typified Grandma Haining’s open heart to an open house, love of family, graciousness and continuous hospitality.

Lois Faye Haining, born May 16, 1923, died of complications from a stroke in the presence of her loving family on June 4, 2012.

Lois, devoted wife of Roger who preceded her passing, loved to entertain groups of all kinds from a Russian imigrant family to a large group of church members for her famous clam chowder social.

Family gatherings at Thanksgiving and Christmas, backyard weddings and reunions during the summer were particularly joyous.

Lois had passions for music and good food, which have been passed on to her family. Her compassion for others was further demonstrated in her church prayer chain, initiating the weekly “Primetimers” potlucks and leading her chapter of the philanthropic Orthopedic Guild.

Underlying these activities was her faith in Jesus Christ. Lois was an active member of the Woodinville Community United Methodist Church (WCUMC), choir member and helped Roger conduct lay witness missions throughout North America and Europe.

Lois is survived by four children: David, Janis (husband, Frank Reno), Nancy (husband,  Alan Strand) and Colleen (husband, Kim Imper); four grandchildren: Michael (wife, Cassie Reno), Kelli Reno, Kimberly (husband, Scott Blackburn) and Kelli (husband, Tim Daniels); and four great grandchildren: Eva, Sammi, Christian and Connor.

A celebration of life was held at WCUMC on June 11.

Rememberances may be made to the good works of WCUMC.

Janet Lewis

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ObitJanetLewis014Janet Lewis, always a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother passed away peacefully on May 1, 2012, at Evergreen Healthcare Hospice.

She was born in Pittsburgh, Pa.,  on July 1, 1914, graduated from college, joined the Navy in 1944 doing photography work. She taught briefly in Eugene, Ore., before moving to Whittier and then La Habra, Calif., where she raised her family and taught kindergarten and second grade for 33 years. After retirement she moved to the Northwest and lived in Woodinville for 34 years.

Janet was preceded in death by her parents, George and Blanche Yarnold; siblings, Edward Yarnold and Richard Yarnold and husband Jack R. Lewis.

She leaves her sister ,Marion Webster of Lee Center, NY.; her daughter, Charlotte Twight (Richard) of Boise, Idaho; and daughter, Carol White (Bill) of Woodinville; grandchildren, Wendy Romine (Troy), Michelle Cox (West) of Woodinville, Jeff White (Tristin McLaren) of Redmond and six beautiful great grandchildren whom she adored Kaden (7), Reese (7) and Jaxton (2) Romine, Brady Cox (4), Nicole (5) and Even (3) White.

Janet loved to travel, enjoying seeing the world locally and abroad.

She had taken several cruises with friends and many family vacations.

She was an avid reader. She was an excellent artist and gardener.

She also enjoyed attending Rose Hill Presbyterian Church and had met many good friends there.

Her cause of death was congestive heart failure.

Janet was cremated and will be laid to rest alongside her parents and husband at Rose Hill Memorial Park in Whittier, Calif. Remembrances can be sent to Evergreen Healthcare Hospice in Kirkland, WA.

Words cannot express how much she will be missed each and every day.

Franklin Robert Blair McMaster

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Franklin Robert Blair McMaster
Franklin Robert Blair McMaster, born July 10, 1945, peacefully passed away on May 6, 2012, in the comfort of his home with his loving daughters by his side.

He is survived by his two daughters, Tiffany Seeger (Dave) and Tameron McMaster; his mother, Beatrice McMaster, and his sisters Chris Stein (Monte), Mercy Wickersham (Chuck)and Jean McMaster.

Bob was a lifelong car enthusiast and spent much of his time restoring and working on vintage automobiles.

He also loved fishing, crabbing, riding motorcycles, snowmobiles and spent much of his younger years camping and riding with his family in the woods.

Bob lived a full and active life in his younger years; in his later years he had enjoyable times despite his MS.

A memorial service was held May 18 at Cascade View Presbyterian Church.  Remembrances may be made to the MS Society.

Tim Carroll Reeves

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Tim Carroll Reeves with his granddaughter Haley
Tim Carroll Reeves passed away peacefully on the morning of May 14, 2012, in Issaquah, Wash., at the age of 70.

Tim was born on January 1, 1942, in Vernon, Texas, to William Carroll and Ruby Veda Reeves.

He married Kathleen Helen Johnson on June 2, 1969, in Topanga Canyon, Calif. and they were blessed with three children: Timothy Ronald, Kimberly Christine and Heather Carole.

Tim remembered his Vernon, Texas, childhood fondly, passing time with cousins Reggie and Max Kester and attending Hawkins Elementary School and Vernon High School.

After moving to Boulder, Colorado his senior year of high school, he joined the Coast Guard, and as a chief sonar tech he was able to see the world.

He settled in Woodinville in 1978 and worked for Boeing Aerospace, retiring in 2002.

Tim enjoyed fishing, boating, car shows and spending time with his family. He had a curiosity for many things and a joyful spirit.

Papa, as he was known to his grandkids, was a man of gentle strength and his southern hospitality allowed him to strike up conversations with strangers wherever he went.

He was preceded in death by his parents William Carroll and Ruby and his brother Ken.

He is survived by his wife, Kathleen; son, Tim; daughter-in-law Athlynn; grandchildren, Timothy and Esther of Newberg Ore.; daughter, Kimberly of Newcastle Wash.; daughter, Heather; son-in-law, Brett and grandchildren, Tanner and Haley of Issaquah, Wash.

He will be remembered for his selflessness and sense of humor.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Old Dog Haven of Lake Stevens Wash.