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Memorial service in loving memory of John Stone at First Presbyterian Church will take place in Quilcene on Sat. Sept. 29. Memorial service and military honors at 1 p.m. Reception following service. John Stone was a decorated Army Veteran of World War II in the 10th Mountain Division.

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Bob was born January 12th, 1929 in Cleveland, Ohio. Afterward, he lived in a small Ontario tree mill town with his immigrant parents, Frank and Violet, who rescued their 4-year-old kidnapped child from disgruntled relatives.

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Hugh E. Zeits, 28 January 1927 to 9 September 2018, passed peacefully after battling cancer, surrounded by family. He now joins his wife of 31 years, Rosi. Hugh was drafted out of High School into the Army during WWII, where he served in the Aleutians. He was well known locally as a letter c…

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A memorial service for John Stone will be at 1 p.m. Sept. 29 at the First Presbyterian Church in Quilcene. The memorial service will include military honors as Stone was a decorated Army veteran of World War II In the 10th Mountain Division. A reception will follow.

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John Stewart died July 12, 2018 in a motorcycle crash. A celebration of life for family and friends will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Sept. 1 at HJ Carrol Park, located at Highway 19 in Port Hadlock, in the Salmon Shelter. Come at your leisure to share stories and memories.

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John Richard Hess, of Irondale, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by family on July 5, 2018. He was 84.

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Born in Sumatra, Indonesia, of Dutch parents on July 17, 1926, Willem H. (Bill) Prins died in Port Ludlow, Washington, on January 2, 2018. Bill’s family remained in Sumatra until the start of WWII, when Bill and his sister Minny were sent to Amsterdam to stay with their grandparents. Their p…

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Heaven became a brighter place as Betty June entered the gates. Betty was a breast cancer survivor, later passing away due to natural causes in Wenatchee, WA, at the age of 96.

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Michael Earl Larson may have been born in Roseburg, Oregon on June 22, 1946, but he always considered Irondale his home port. His many friends and relatives living in the area continued to be his lifelong support group.