July 18: Drabiszczak, Daniel 47, Gold Bar

July 20: Grager-Jackson, Catherine, 86, Snohomish

July 20: Gray, Homer, 95, Everett

July 20: Hau, Kiet, 89, Stanwood

July 9: McDaniel, Douglas, 60, Lynnwood

July 19: Nelson, Michael, 60, Snohomish

July 15: Nobriga, John, 66, Marysville

July 21: Okimoto, Fujio, 82, Mountlake Terrace

July 14: Potter, Louise, 65, Everett

July 21: Van Duren, Ronald, 62, Everett

July 15: Giron, Melanie, 64, Bothell

July 24: Holdren, Virginia, 91, Marysville

July 17: Houston, George, 87, Mountlake Terrace

July 23: Knosp, Walter, 87, Stanwood

July 16: Lambert, Loren, 81, Everett

July 13: Mehau, Felicitas, 82, Mill Creek

July 11: Robinson, Gordon, 68, Lynnwood

July 15: Reinholt, Theodore, 87, Everett

July 25: Stevens, Janelle, 91, Arlington

July 24: Swerin, Kenneth, 77, Bothell

July 19: Shteynberg, Mark, 56, Lynnwood

July 19: Sirotnikova, Irinia, 56, Lynnwood

July 23: Baier, Beverly, 70, Monroe

May 20: Blackburn, Virginia, 90, Lynnwood

July 22: Breedlove, Robert, 81, Freeland

July 19: Gronning, Robert, 79, Marysville

July 23: Hultman, Wendell, 73, Mukilteo

July 21: Sarvis, Robert, 87, Clinton

July 15: Benson, Steven, 58, Lake Stevens

July 22: Barrans, Eileen, 91, Everett

July 22: Boyd, Gene, 70, Mill Creek

July 24: Brodie, James, 62, Marysville

July 25: Shagrin, Thelma aka Theresa, 87, Edmonds

July 24: Dahl, Dixon, 90, Everett

July 24: Panchot, Marie, 85, Snohomish

July 21: Ryan, Marguerite, 94, Everett

July 22: Skold, Douglas, 69, Lynnwood

July 23: Western, Geraldine, 92, Stanwood

July 22: Wilson, Nathaniel, 96, Stanwood

July 24: Anderson, Evelyn, 88, Everett

July 22: Dobbins, Margret, 93, Everett

July 23: Flores, JR., Moises, 58 Mountlake Terrace

July 22: Horstman, Jean, 89, Edmonds

July 24: Husby, Betty, 85, Everett

July 24: Myres, Robert, 87, Bothell

July 23: Peshek, Gladys, 90, Everett

July 25: Roberts, Madonna, 64, Snohomish

July 21: Thomas, Susan, 77, Mukilteo

July 25: Tupper, Laura, 90, Lake Stevens

July 23: Williams, Alma, 87, Monroe

July 12: Beckwith, Jeannie, 87, Lynnwood

July 18: Bowers, Shirley, 87, Stanwood

July 16: Bridgeman, Jr., Chester, 76, Granite Falls

July 18: Dolan, Laurence, 70, Lake Stevens

July 15: Fitch, Margaret, 87, Edmonds

July 19: Kirby, Robert, 43, Tulalip

July 15: Mosness, Katherine, 94, Lynnwood

July 13: Nelson, Michelina, 92, Camano Island

July 15: Penelerick, Elwin, 97, Mukilteo

July 17: Wadham, Jr., James, 76, Gold Bar

July 18: Amaya, Juan, 49, Snohomish

July 11: Dixon, William, 64, Granite Falls

July 20: Iverson, Aase, 88, Everett

July 14: Jilk, Gary, 64, Marysville

July 13: Johnson, Terry, 59, Arlington

July 19: Jones, Dylan, 23, Everett

July 13: King, Patricia, 65, Everett

July 18: Marsh, Laurie, 72, Darrington

July 15: Rafferty, Lori, 48, Snohomish

July 18: Trump, Jeanne, 81, Arlington

June 30: Merrick, Glenda, 72, Monroe

July 19: Mafune, Royoko (Joann), 90, Lynnwood

July 17: Mayer, June, 58, Everett

July 19: Yockey, Patricia, 60, Everett

July 19: Gentile, Stephen, 43, Everett

July 20: Bouchor, Simeon, 34, Gold Bar

July 18: Cecil, Thomas, 72, Lake Stevens

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