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Lance Rasmussen

Nov 15, 1952 - Nov 26, 2023

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Federal Way, WA

Lance Jay Rasmussen age 71, of Idaho rejoined his Heavenly Father on Sunday, the 26 of November 2023 He was born November 15, 1952, to Jesse alma Rasmussen and Alice Lapreal Davis. They moved to Utah when he was young and he spent most of his school years there. He settled down in Washington and it became his home. He was the last of 6 children and the only boy. He served a mission for the church of Jesus Christ of latter-day saints. He then joined the army. In the army he was in the ar...Read More

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Gerald Ohmer

Mar 09, 1956 - Feb 27, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

With heavy hearts, we say goodbye to Gerald Ohmer, 67, whose life was as colorful as his favorite TV shows. From Lucy's antics to Jeannie's magic, he found joy in the classics. While rock 'n' roll was his anthem, he grooved through life with the tunes of yesteryears. But his true masterpiece was his biscuits and gravy. Despite Jessica's reminders to stay hydrated, he swore "water is in coffee." His devotion was unwavering, just like his love for laughter and classic TV. Survived by his loving daughters, Tiffany, Jennifer, and Jessica, their children, and a legacy of quirky moments. Jerry will be dearly missed but forever remembered for the laughter he brought to our lives and the roller coasters he took us on. Rest in peace, old friend. May your coffee always be strong, and your laughter eternal.

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Sharon Marie Peters

Mar 30, 1944 - Feb 22, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

Sharon Marie (Holding) Peters was born on March 30, 1944, to Harry and Elsie (Hodgson) Holding in Port Angeles, Washington. She lived in Sekiu and attended Clallam Bay Schools graduating in 1962. As a teen she worked at the fishing resorts in Sekiu. She earned a B. A. in Education from Western Washington State College in 1966. Sharon then taught 3rd and 4th grades in the Everett School District for 30 years until her 1996 retirement whereupon she occasionally substituted for about 10 years. Sharon's interests included reading, traveling, cooking, gardening, playing bridge, and tennis. Sharon exuded sweetness and kindness with a calm, soft-spoken but firm demeanor. However, she sometimes displayed a stubborn streak. Sharon always had time to answer a question or solve a problem, no matter how small. She enjoyed discussions and listening to different perspectives. She was a dependable person who offered encouragement and help to others as well as being a consistent, steadfast friend who cared deeply about them. Sharon lived every day with integrity. Sharon died in the early hours on Thursday, February 22, 2024, just short of her 80th birthday with her grandniece Melissa Webb by her side. She was preceded in death by her parents Harry and Elsie Holding; brothers Edward, Alfred, twin John Charles; and niece Gloria Hoeppner. She is survived by her nephew Gary (Caren) Holding and nieces Karen Holding, Carolyn (Mark) Setala, Sherry (Frank) Rutherford, Lorene (Dale) Ludwig, and Charlene (Mark) Ramthun; and 17 grand nieces and nephews as well as cherished friends who dearly miss her. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life at a later date.

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Hoa Luu

Dec 12, 1925 - Feb 19, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

Hoa Luu, age 100, of Federal Way, Washington passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. Fill not your heart with pain and sorrow, but remember me in every tomorrow. Remember the joy, the laughter, the smiles, I’ve only gone to rest a little while. Although my leaving causes pain and grief, my going has eased my hurt and given me relief. So dry your eyes and remember me not as I am now, but as I used to be. Because I will remember you all and look on with a smile, Understand, in your hearts, I’ve only gone to rest a little while. As long as I have the love of each of you, I can live my life in the hearts of all of you

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EARLWIN PAULINO FUENTES CASTRO

Mar 06, 1965 - Feb 13, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

EARLWIN PAULINO FUENTES CASTRO, of Federal Way, Washington, peacefully passed away on February 13, 2024, surrounded by loved ones, after being ill for several months. EARLWIN PAULINO FUENTES CASTRO was born on March 6, 1965, to Paulino Lubao Castro and Natividad Musngi Fuentes DeBord in the bustling city of Manila, Philippines. After Earlwin graduated from St. Rita College, he pursued some college at PATTS, Philippines. Earlwin and his family migrated to United States of America in December 1984. He worked for Unisea Seafoods for several years before he switched careers to become a sous-chef for a Thai restaurant in Tacoma, WA. Earlwin loved connecting with people through Facebook and playing games on his phone. He married Ellen Tavares Castro on December 21, 1996, at Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Earlwin was predeceased by his father, mother, and older brother Edwin. Earlwin was survived by his wife Ellen, younger brother Kerwin and youngest sister Sherwin. A private Inurnment will be held on March 8, 2024.

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Zhang Ping

Mar 05, 1934 - Feb 18, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

We announce the passing of our cherished mother and grandmother, Zhang Ping, at the age of 89. Born in Shanghai and a resident of the United States since 1990, she was a woman of strength and resilience. She is survived by her four children, Guo Jue Yan, Guo Feng, Guo Jue Hua, and Guo Kun. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Guo Ren-Quan. Her three grandchildren, Teresa Guo, Wesley Lau, and Vivian Xin, will carry forward her legacy. Zhang Ping's life was a testament to her enduring spirit and dedication to her family. While she will be deeply missed, her memory will continue to warm the hearts of her family.

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Zhang Ping

Mar 05, 1934 - Feb 18, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

We announce the passing of our cherished mother and grandmother, Zhang Ping, at the age of 89. Born in Shanghai and a resident of the United States since 1990, she was a woman of strength and resilience. She is survived by her four children, Guo Jue Yan, Guo Feng, Guo Jue Hua, and Guo Kun. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Guo Ren-Quan. Her three grandchildren, Teresa Guo, Wesley Lau, and Vivian Xin, will carry forward her legacy. Zhang Ping's life was a testament to her enduring spirit and dedication to her family. While she will be deeply missed, her memory will continue to warm the hearts of her family.

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James Walter Whisenhunt

Sep 20, 1962 - Jan 23, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

James Walter Whisenhunt was born in Wichita, Kansas on September 20, 1962 to Andrew and Martha Whisenhunt. He passed away suddenly on January 23, 2024, from heart disease. James (Jim to most who knew him) is survived by his wife Ilana Sharon Whisenhunt, his sons James Whisenhunt, Cameron Whisenhunt, Eldar Sharon and their respective spouses and partners. He is survived by his siblings Jo Ann Borden, Faye Marvel, Fred Whisenhunt, their spouses, 3 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. James was preceded in death by his son Nicholas. James worked for Sysco Northwest in Kent, Washington for the past 34 years. He was a dedicated team member and was always up for the challenges coming his way. Jim's love of the outdoors meant you might find him out fishing in Puget Sound or Eastern Washington, hunting at Bonaparte or in Idaho, clamming on the Southwest Washington beaches or kayaking on local lakes. When Jim was not outdoors, you might find him and his wife, Ilana, tending the garden and canning the fruits of their labor, be it peaches, beans, homemade pickles and salsas, and numerous other yummy treats. He never hesitated to arrive at someone's home with a jar of one of his home canned specialties or a dozen eggs from the backyard chickens. Jim will be forever missed by his family, friends, coworkers and last, but not least, his beloved dogs Rockwell and Braxton. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to be made to your local animal shelter/rescue in his memory.

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Billie Kay Batson

Jul 29, 1940 - Feb 07, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

Billie Kay (Kay) Batson passed peacefully at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Federal Way, Washington after a short bout with Septic Pneumonia at 1:55PM. Kay was preceded in death by her: Father, Thomas William (TW) Fairburn Jr. Mother, Kathlene Edress Fairburn Sister, Sandra Jean Hinderson (David) Brother, Thomas William III (Tom) (Alline) Her surviving sister, Marsha Lanette Bonner 8 nieces and nephews Husband, Dorman L Batson, lost his friend, life-long partner and very special love. Sons: Scott Michael (Laura) Mark David (Eve Stevens) Sean Gregory Craig Steven (Michele) Kay and Dorman graduated from Hueytown High School, Hueytown, Alabama, 1958 and Kay received her Registered Nurse certificate at Birmingham Baptist Hospital School of Nursing in 1960, and Dorman enlisted in the US Army and was stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. On July 14, 1962, Kay and Dorman were married at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church in Hueytown. They returned to Tacoma, Washington to complete his tour-of-duty. After his service, Kay, Dorman, and Scott returned to Alabama where Dorman received his Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University in 1966. Kay, Dorman, Scott and Mark returned to Washington where Kay over the next 39 years pursued her nursing career, gave birth to Sean and Craig, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puget Sound. Kay retired from Tacoma General Hospital in 2005. She retired from Regents Blue Shield Insurance in 2020. Kay loved roller skating with her family as a teenager and took it up again when she turned 60, visiting rinks and making friends in Federal Way, Puyallup, Marysville and Portland, only giving it up when COVID shut down the rinks. Kay was very active with the Federal Way Food Bank, Courageous Conversations, Coalition Against Human Trafficking and Missions committee at Journey Church in Federal Way. Her special service to the church family was sending Birthday Cards with words with Biblical references of encouragement to the adult members of the congregation. Kay loved her family deeply and was delighted with and in love with our ten grandchildren and especially our great-grandson little Enzo whom she was blessed to meet, hold, and love on.

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Omoro Jaliba Howard

Nov 07, 1982 - Feb 04, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

"Omoro Jaliba Howard, age 41, passed away in Federal Way, Washington on February 4, 2024. Omoro will be missed and is loved by many family and friends. Family is currently working on a more complete obituary. Please honor the life and memory of Omoro by leaving cherished memories, messages, and photos for his family on the guestbook page. Funeral arrangements have been faithfully entrusted to Mountain View Funeral Home."

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Omaro Joliba Howard

Nov 07, 1982 - Feb 04, 2024

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Federal Way, WA

"Omaro Joliba Howard, age 41, passed away in Federal Way, Washington on February 4, 2024. Omaro will be missed and is loved by many family and friends. Family is currently working on a more complete obituary. Please honor the life and memory of Omaro by leaving cherished memories, messages, and photos for his family on the guestbook page. Funeral arrangements have been faithfully entrusted to Mountain View Funeral Home."

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