Vital Statistics

Deaths

Adams, James, 70, Lynnwood

Albano, Dorothy, 60, Edmonds

Amdal, Marilyn, 83, Everett

Anastasi JR, Joseph, 71, Langley

Anderson, Eleanor, 93, Granite Falls

Anderson, Robert, 74, Marysville

Awer, Binti, 26, Lynnwood

Barnes-Welch, Mildred, 92, Snohomish

Bergeson, Evan, 29, Everett

Booth, Kenneth, 92, Edmonds

Bouillon, Anita, 67, Granite Falls

Bridges, Gleva, 85, Marysville

Burton, Victoria, 57, Edmonds

Calhoun, Christopher, 62, Snohomish

Carson, Thomas, 68, Marysville

Carter, Michael, 65, Monroe

Chen, Dan, 67, Lynnwood

Coker, Evelyn, 95, Bothell

Coster, Virginia aka: Mary, 97, Mukilteo

Cottrell, Donna, 84, Marysville

Cross, Lydia, 87, Mill Creek

Daniel, Rosita, 75, Lynnwood

Dietz, Deborah, 54, Everett

Dockendorff, Philip, 97, Granite Falls

Dupree, Lucille, 92, Lynnwood

Finnerin, Margaret, 80, Everett

Foreman, Lorraine, 84, Stanwood

Fulton, Marcia, 74, Lake Stevens

Gilbert, Trista, 41, Everett

Giles, Marion, 89, Lynnwood

Gorney, Dorothy, 84, Everett

Hamsely, Barbeau, 81, Shoreline

Harrigan, Thomas, 84, Mukilteo

Harrington, Norma, 94, Marysville

Harvey, Telveda, 88, Marysville

Hegre, Sandra, 63, Marysville

Hjorten, Alvin, 82, Snohomish

Holmes, Howard, 96, Everett

Houston, Barbara, 62, Lynnwood

Johnson, Bryan, 59, Edmonds

Johnson, Dennis, 59, Everett

Johnson, Helen, 91, Seattle

Jones, Arlene, 77, Mountlake Terrace

Juntila, Judith, 60, Everett

King, James, 77, Mtlake Terrace

Kirkland, Anna, 85, Arlington

Klepp, Ina, 92, Bothell

Krogh, John, 73, Everett

Lindsay, Franklin, 71, Mtlake Terrace

Lindsay, Thomas, 67, Lake Stevens

Lindsay, Vernon, 60, Everett

Lovegren, Carol, 68, Edmonds

MacGilvray, Russell, 91, Edmonds

Maurel, Anthony, 96, Edmonds

McCracken, Heather, 53, Sioux Falls

Milliken, Donald, 94, Coupeville

Miner, Dennis, 93, Edmonds

Minogue, Robert, 76, Everett

Moree, Loretta, 63, Bothell

Morgan, Theron, 86, Edmonds

Morris, Kimberley, 51, Oak Harbor

Nielsen, Carolyn, 35, Lynnwood

Ohm, Gloria, 85, Lake Stevens

Pielow, Winifred, 94, Edmonds

Quichocho, Josefina, 76, Marysville

Rife, Paul, 58, Snohomish

Riley, Tyke, 87, Edmonds

Rosenthal, Stanley, 65, Monroe

Rost, James, 89, Seattle

Rowe, Norman, 69, Lynnwood

Sawyer, Judith, 59, Mill Creek

Schilling, Elisa, 44, Edmonds

Schneider, Esme, 98, Everett

Shields, Martha, 84, Lake Stevens

Smith, Joseph, 87, Arlington

Smith, Susann, 37, Bothell

Spurgeon, Cleveland, 93, Edmonds

Starbard, Arlene, 75, Lynnwood

Stevens, Arlene, 96, Lynnwood

Suslova, Olga, 51, Snohomish

Svenning, Arville, 90, Marysville

Taylor, Charles, 73, Bothell

Tracy, William, 87, Everett

Trapkowski, Horst, 84, Camano Island

Travis, Dwane, 57, Everett

True, Nancy, 68, Everett

Undhjem, Marion, 85, Edmonds

Vail, Patricia, 86, Edmonds

Vanderhoff JR, Richard, 80, Stanwood

Von Heintschel, Joy, 70, Mount Vernon

Waldeck, Elma, 94, Everett

Walsh, Catherine, 84, Edmonds

Wiechmann, Peggy, 66, Marysville

Wyatt, Cecil, 74, Marysville

Marriage Licenses

Branham, Peter Michael and Schmaltz, Ann-Marie Caroline

Malitska, Zoryana Ivanovna and Sherer, Dmitry Ivanovich

Colombi, Randall Keith and Monadjemi, Shoaleh Cosette

Fisher, Nicholas Donald and Blume, Sarah Elizabeth

English, Alicia Marie and Knapp, Christapher James

Justice, Donald Brian and Smart, Valarie Jean

Lepesha, Nikolay Mikhailovich and Nazaruk, Iryna Nikolaevna

Driebergen, Jacob B and Doonan, Colleen Marie

Menzies, Timothy Andrew and Kalles, Jennifer Louise

Caraway, Bradley James and Furtado, Kathryn Norene

Helweg Steven Jennings and Vorasitthanukul Leena

Ramos Ramirez Fernando and Cruz Moreno Adelisa

Minor Matthew Kinyon and Amby Judith Eve Lamosao

Vo Quynh Dan and Ngo Phuc Hiep

Mccann Jacob William and Patey Breanne Dee

Morel Simon Alberto and Ortega Brenda Patricia

Garcia Ray Jason and Wood Chelsey Margaret Lee

Knudtson James Alan and Hansen Arrie Delane

Knowles Terry Eugene and Hansen Jennifer Mae

Manrique Arnez Sandra Beatriz and Arnez Malatesta Jose Fernando

Harrington, Jennifer Lynn and Matthews, Joshua Donald Mcginnis

Kantzer, Shane Michael and Stoetzel, Marcie Ann

Kong, Dann Reth and Pheng, Phouvisal

Wagoner-Baker, Christine Van and Scheffler, Michael Daniel

Schue, Aslan Arie and Morical, Lisha Marie

Pannell, Natasha Yvette and Lind, Sarah Marie

Jackson, Adriadne Shernell and Wyatts, Jeremy Christopher

Huber, Michael Wynn and McElfresh, Jodie Ann

Hunt, Barbara Rader and Benzel, Donald James

Kirchner, Derek James and Stowers, Janie Hope Shirail

Turner, Jessie Jr and Leger, Denise Danielle

Ridler, Kenneth Ellert and Anderson, Caitlyn Lee Reeves

Lukomskiy, Mikhail Vasilevich and Whitish, Krista Marie

Lutz, Eric Robert and Lorig, Julie Lynn

Beauprey, William Steven and Porter-Cleland, Katherine Brigit

Lopez Usiel, and Navarro, Leysly Leysy

Nuttall, James Edward and Decoria, Tiffani Marie

Villalpando, Francisco Alberto and Medina Gaxiola, Brenda Yazmin

Krantz, Jordan Michael and Kunda, Amanda Marie

Bernard, Nicholas Frederick and White, Maranda Megan

Anchondo, Nunez Luis Nahim and Diaz, Loya Petty

Torres, David and Ochoa, Ramos Edy Maria

Chong, Dong Sun and Kwon, Julie Heikyu

England, Tory Allen and Mclane, Kendra Lee

Johnson, Dusty Dean and Horton, Steffany Anne

Aquino, Gray Palacpac and Nora, Marcy Kay

Cleator, Shelly Joy and Moreno, Susan Lorraine

Alvarez-Villalpando, Cristal Sarahi and Pelayo, Edgar

Mcintosh, Lashod Allievonte and Ramirez, Connie Sitlali

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