JANUARY 27, 1997

 The Edwards Agency

Local News

Obituaries

Obituaries


Farrell D. Glenn

   Memorial services were held Jan. 27 for Farrell Glenn, 79, who died Jan. 22. A Redmond resident for 40 years, Mr. Glenn was born April 2, 1917 in Tooele, Utah. He had been employed by the Boeing Company as a tooling inspector.
   Mr. Glenn is survived by his wife, Winifred, Redmond; son, Richard Glenn of Denver, Colorado; daughters, Claudia Corson of Seattle, Gail Eaton of San Diego, California, Nancy Reid of Bellevue, and Sandra Kulmas of Rawlins, Wyoming; sister, Mary Alice Graff of Parowin, Utah; and 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
   Memorials may be made in Mr. Glenn's name to Soroptimist International of Seattle Metropolitan Fund for Youth; P.O. Box 2676; Seattle, WA 98111.


Patrick Michael Sullivan

   Funeral Mass was held Jan. 25 at St. Jude Catholic Church in Redmond for 11-year-old Patrick Sullivan. Interment will be at St. Bridget's Catholic Cemetery in DeGraff, Minnesota.
   Born March 12, 1985 in Benson, Minnesota, Patrick had lived in Redmond for most of his 11 years. The Horace Mann Elementary sixth grader loved sports and was active in Little League baseball, basketball, and football. He loved to spend time with all his friends, family, and his puppy, Champ.
   Patrick's survivors include his parents, Terry and Jennifer Sullivan of Redmond; brother, Nathan Sullivan; grandparents, Rosemary Flannigan of Benson, Minnesota, Arthur Flannigan of New Brighton, Minnesota, and Doris Sullivan of DeGraff, Minnesota.
   Memorials in Patrick's name may be made to the Make A Wish Foundation; 400 E. Pine, Suite 220; Seattle, WA 98122; or Children's Hospital; P.O. Box C5371; Seattle, WA 98105-0371.


Herbert John Schlichtmann

   Herbert Schlichtmann, 61, of Woodinville died Jan. 18. Funeral services were held Jan. 22 in Lynnwood.
   Mr. Schlichtmann was born Jan. 14, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School in 1952 and from Lehigh University in Bethleham, Pennsylvania in 1958. He was employed with Boeing as a metalurgical engineer. During his career, he worked in Boeing Marine Systems, specializing in jetfoils and hydrofoils. He also worked for a time in commericial aviation.
   Mr. Schlichtmann is survived by his wife, Jeanine, of Woodinville; son, Curt, of Marysville; daughter, Lisa Luck of Bothell; father, Friedrich, of New Jersey; brother, Fred, of Lutherville, Maryland; and two grandsons, Kyle and Garrett Luck.
   Memorials may be made to the Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted; 9709 3rd Ave. NE, #100; Seattle, WA 98115.


Lance Edward Domonoske

Lance Domonoske    Lance Domonoske, a former Woodinville resident who grew up on Bear Creek Road, died Jan. 17 in Alaska. He was 39.
   A well-known artist and drift-boat fishing guide, he was caught in an avalanche while hunting for the antlers that had earned him fame as a carver. Over 500 friends and neighbors attended the Jan. 22nd memorial service for the well-liked and respected Domonoske. It was held in the Kenai Peninsula town of Sterling.
   Among his many memberships were the Abundant Life Assembly of God, Kenai Peninsula Outdoor Coalition, Kenai River Guides Assn., Alaska Bow Hunters, Trout Unlimited, and the Fish and Game Advisory Board. Mr. Domonoske also was a member of the Alaskan "Give Moose a Brake" board, a program he began by making the warning signs and posting them throughout the state.
   "Lance put other people first, ready to lend a helping hand at the drop of a hat," his family said. "You have to give back more than you take," was a quote he lived by.
   His survivors include his wife, Laurie, and children, Levi, Lindsey, and Logan, all of Sterling; parents, Denise and Gary Domonoske; father, Paul Grahn; brothers Rick Grahn of Los Angeles and Barry Domonoske of Bothell; half-sisters, Shelly, Lisa, and Stephanie; grandmother, Doris Domonoske; nephew, Arron Domonoske of Seattle; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
   The family suggests memorials may be made to the Lance Domonoske Fund at the National Bank of Alaska; 44552 Sterling Highway; Soldatna, Alaska 99669.