Northwest NEWS

January 25, 1999

Local News


Judith Hahn

   Funeral services were held for Woodinville resident Judith Hahn, 57, on Jan. 21 at the Northshore Church of Christ. Mrs. Hahn died Jan. 15 of a heart attack at Evergreen Hospital.

   Born in Chicago in 1941, Mrs. Hahn was an accomplished printmaker and painter with works in collections throughout the U.S. including the Smithsonian, the Brooklyn Museum, and locally. She received a master's degree in fine art from Michigan State University.

   Mrs. Hahn had suffered with multiple sclerosis for 20 years and was active in the Western Washington chapter. Her artwork had been reproduced as greeting cards for both the local and national MS organizations. In recent years, she had given up printmaking and concentrated on water colors and acrylics. She was a long-time member of the Northwest Water Color Society.

   Mrs. Hahn is survived by her husbad, Jon Hahn; their son, Stephan, and his wife, Christie. The family suggests memorials to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 192 Nickerson St., Seattle, WA 98109.

Linda Lee Savidge

   Born Sept. 4, 1948 in Wichita, Kansas, Linda Savidge died Jan. 19 in Seattle at age 50. A Bothell resident, she was an artist and homemaker, a member of the Woodinville Lions Club, and an honorary member of the Woodinville B.P.W.

   Mrs. Savidge is survived by her son, Jason C. Savidge, of Renton; parents, Jacob and Genella Helm of Yuma, Arizona; sister, Pamela Shimek and her husband, John, of Renton, and their sons, Michael and Matthew; brother, Jerry Helm and his wife, Jan, of Greenbank, and their children, Jerry, Mollie, and Matthew; and her close friend and companion, Steve Witten.

   A memorial service was held Jan 23. Memorials may be made to the Lions Eye Bank, 901 Boren, Suite 810, Seattle, WA 98104.