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Lee Schneider

Dec 22, 1926 - Oct 27, 2023

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Mount Vernon, WA

Lee Vernon Schneider, age 96, of Mount Vernon, Washington passed away on Friday, October 27, 2023. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www. neptunesociety. com/location/seattle-cremation for the Schneider family.

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Patricia Rosedale Carpentier

Dec 01, 1936 - Feb 22, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Patricia Rosedale Carpentier, 87, of Mount Vernon, Washington, passed away on February 22, 2024 after a short illness. Patricia, “Pat”, was born on December 1, 1936 to Harry and Edna Rosedale in Monrovia California. After graduating from Monrovia high school in, 1954, she married Augustine, “Bud” Pelos in 1955. They went on to have three children, Regina Nanette, Alison Kimberly and Belinda Diane. A second marriage to Lawrence Carpentier produced a son, Roger Lawrence. During her working years, Pat trained and worked as a psychiatric nurse at Lanterman State Hospital. She was dedicated to serving the children and teens who were on the ward she worked. Pat was also a passionate horticulturist. When she wasn’t leading Girl Scout troops or at a PTA meeting, she could be found in her yard or giving her time and talent to the community planting trees and flowers. Pat also loved road trips and was always up for adventure. She often would say “observe the beauty of nature” while driving down the road. She also loved world travel and has visited many countries including Tasmania, Egypt, and India. Even as mobility became less and less, Pat always had plants and plenty of seed for the birds right outside her picture window. We will miss her greatly! Pat was predeceased by her parents, her sister Arlitha Wentz, brother Harry Rosedale Jr. and both spouses. She is survived by her brother Lance Rosedale, her four children, eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.In lieu of flowers please send donations to Hospice of the Northwest in Mount Vernon Washington, they were a blessing to her in the end. A memorial is to be held at Big Lake Community Church, 23684 Dalacey Ln, Mount Vernon, WA 98274 on Saturday May 4th, at 11:00am. Please RSVP if you would like to join us for a potluck luncheon after the service.Please visit www.hawthornefh.com to share your thoughts and memories and sign the online guest register.Arrangements are under the care of Hawthorne Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, WA.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Patricia Karen Carpentier, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store. Memorial Donation

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Elma Elizabeth Johnson

Dec 13, 1925 - Feb 20, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

On February 20, 2024, Elma Elizbeth Johnson joined her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, demonstrating the same humility and grace with which she lived her 98 years of exemplary, productive life of faith and good works.A memorial service honoring Elma will take place Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 1:00pm at Bethany Covenant Church, 1318 South 18th Street, Mount Vernon, WA.A full obituary to follow in April.Arrangements are under the care of Hulbush Funeral Home, Burlington, WA.

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William Charles Mazza

Jul 06, 1935 - Feb 24, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

William Charles Mazza, age 88, of Mount Vernon, Washington passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024.

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Cola Jean Webster

Feb 28, 1940 - Dec 19, 2023

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Mount Vernon, WA

Cola Jean Webster, beloved Mother, Grandmother and sister passed away at the age of 83 on December 19, 2023 in Mount Vernon, Wa. She was born on February 28, 1940 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, daughter of Frank and Gene Chapin . Oldest of four children, Cola acquired her name from the Coca-Cola logo of the bottling plant which her father managed for many years in Nebraska City. Her name was always a topic of conversation. Cola excelled in school and was an accomplished pianist and clarinet player. She loved the water and was an excellent swimmer and waterskiier. In 1957, her family moved from Nebraska City to Long Beach, California seeking more opportunities. Upon graduation, she worked in Yellowstone National Park for two summers, including 1959 when the devastating earthquake hit. Upon return to Long Beach, Cola worked briefly for Southern California Edison then eventually moved to Tacoma, Wa. where she began work with Weyerhauser in their accounting department. Many years and promotions later, she decided to move north to Anacortes, Wa. where she began work in plywood mills. Cola dedicated many years to millwork and management rolls in the industry. Anacortes plywood mill encountered a devastating fire leading Cola to seek more millwork and new residency in Bellingham, Wa. She continued this occupation until partially retiring in 2005 when she decided to settle in Mount Vernon, Wa. so she could be close to her daughter and two grandchildren. Cola dedicated her life to her family making sure she was always available to help and she wholeheartedly gave to her family and friends, bringing immense joy to their lives. Cola is preceded in death by her two younger sisters, Christine McArdle of Jupiter, FL., Claire Thornton of Greensboro, NC, her daughter, Pelar Holmes of Burlington, Wa. and her two grandchildren, Vincent Holmes of Burlington, Wa. and Chesah Holmes of Burlington, WA. Please visit www.hawthornefh.com to share your thoughts and memories and sign the online guest register. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Cola Jean Webster, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Rodrick Floyd Siverson

May 26, 1950 - Feb 07, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Rodrick Floyd Siverson of Mount Vernon, Washington, age 73, passed away on February 7, 2024 at Skagit Valley Hospital. He was born on May 26, 1950 in Seattle, Washington to Floyd and Lucienne (Rodrigue) Siverson.Rod retired from Seattle City Light after 35 years of service and was a member of the IBEW local 77. He began his career at City Light as a helper, became a lineman and eventually moved up to be Manager 3, leading crews and projects throughout the Seattle area. He was proud of his role in the growth and transformation of the city we see today. Before being hired by Seattle City Light he worked at Alley Chevrolet for 3 years and became Service Manager.Rod married the love of his life, Suzette (Sue) Fleury on September 23, 1988. They lived in Everett for 28 years before moving to Mount Vernon in beautiful Skagit Valley.He was very athletic and was an avid snow skier and water skier. He coached soccer and little league for his boys. Rod successfully climbed Mt. Rainier which is no small feat. One of his biggest loves was cars and he owned a red Corvette which he loved to wax to keep to a perfect shine. For many years he and Sue would travel on weekends and holidays to Sunland in Eastern Washington for the sun and boating. His biggest joy was his grandchildren. The grandchildren loved going to Sunland where their Papa took them swimming in the pool and inner tubing behind the boat. He would let them drive the boat and honk the horn while sitting on his lap – “living the dream”.Rod was known for saying “Every day I wake up and see the ceiling is a good day” and “a lineman could do a better job”.Rod is survived by his wife, Sue; his sons, Adrian and Arron; seven grandchildren, Eric, Brandon, Atlas, Nadina, Maike, Matthew, Jaden; and his sister, Janet Wood.A Memorial Service will take place on Sunday, February 25, 2024 beginning at 1:30 PM at Kern Funeral Home, followed by a social time in Kern’s Social Room. Inurnment at Mount Vernon Cemetery will take place at a later date. A Celebration of Life is being planned for May 11th at Bay View Community Center.In lieu of flowers, the family suggests you make donations to the American Heart Association (https://www.heart.org/en/affiliates/washington/puget-sound). You are encouraged to send your memories and condolences to Rod’s family at www.kernfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the care of Kern Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, Washington.

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Susan Faller

Oct 19, 1938 - Feb 06, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Susan Faller passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2024 in Mount Vernon. She was born on October 19, 1938, in Mount Vernon to Earl and Alice (Van Sickle) Moore. Susan graduated from Queen Anne High School in Seattle, WA and continued her education at the University of Washington.After she married Gerald Faller, the couple operated the Full Schooner Tavern and D&D Grocery until their retirement. Prior to her marriage to Gerald she volunteered as a Girl Scout leader, 4H leader and in the classroom at Washington Elementary School. Susan was a stay at home mother for 13 years and during this time was a foster parent to several babies awaiting adoption. She enjoyed crafting and sold many of her crafts through mail order and local gifts stores. During the Christmas holiday she made wreathes for The Festival of Trees. She was a member of P.E.O., Salem Lutheran Church and Skagit Valley Hospital Guild. At Salem Lutheran Church she particularly enjoyed being a part of the quilt tying group and the Salem Visitors group.Susan is survived by her daughters, Sherry (Matt) Thostenson and Julie Lennartz-Reppen; granddaughter Jasmine Reppen; brother Leon (Lynn) Moore. She was preceded in death by her husband Gerald Faller and her parents Milo and Alice Moore.A Celebration of Life service will be held for Susan at Salem Lutheran Church on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, 11:00 AM, and immediately following the service there will be a reception. Susan has been inurned at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Susan to Salem Lutheran Church, 2529 N. Laventure Rd., Mount Vernon, WA 98273.

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Marilyn Rose Wheeler

Apr 10, 1933 - Feb 09, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Marilyn Rose Wheeler, aged 90, passed away in Mount Vernon, February 9, 2024.Marilyn Norgaard was born on April 10, 1933, in Burlington, WA, the daughter of Ernest and Ruth (Hall) Norgaard. She grew up in Cedarhome, Florence, and Stanwood, graduating from Twin City High School in 1951. She attended Stephens College in Missouri for two years. Marilyn met William (Bud) Wheeler in high school and they were married September 20, 1952, and had three children who were raised in Mount Vernon.Marilyn had a variety of interests; enjoying reading, gardening, genealogy, bowling, casinos, canning, baking, and cooking. She and Bud hosted all the family holiday dinners with delicious food. She loved to travel; some favorite places were Penticton BC, Ross Lake, Branson MO, Lake Concunully, and many historical sites and national parks. But above all she loved her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, to whom she was known as GiGi. She was a member of the informal sewing club, which did very little sewing and was designated as the “hen party” by her husband Bud. Marilyn held many different jobs over the years. When her children were young, she worked for Roozengaarde and the La Conner Fish Cannery. In the late 70s and early 80s, Bud and Marilyn lived in Fairbanks, AK, which they both really loved. She was employed there as a rental car agent. After they moved back to Mount Vernon, she worked with her daughter, Vicky, as a florist for Thrifty Foods. Marilyn also volunteered as a Campfire Leader and for a local battered woman’s shelter.Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband Bud, her parents, and her brother Bill Norgaard. She is survived by her children, Vicky (Mike) DuCharme, Gail (Eric) Henry, and Wade (Monica) Wheeler; her grandchildren, Bryan DuCharme, Chad DuCharme, Jayme (Michael) Lambert, Taryn Wheeler, Garrett (Tara Duce) Wheeler, Cameron Wheeler, Caitlin Henry, Lacey (Tyler) Ballard, and Delaney Ballard; and great-grandchildren, Corbin, Hudson, Zavier, Graycie, Harper, Baker, and Owdon.Marilyn’s family would like to thank her caregivers, Nevada Heide and Johanna Davies, whose loving care for Mom enabled her to stay in her beloved home as she aged.Marilyn has been interred alongside her husband Bud at Hawthorne Memorial Park. At her request, no funeral service will be held, but a family memorial service is planned for April. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Marilyn Rose Wheeler, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Donald Lloyd Herbaugh

Sep 10, 1931 - Feb 01, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

ObituaryDonald Lloyd Herbaugh, 92, passed away peacefully on February 1, 2024, in Mount Vernon, WA. Donald was born on September 10, 1931, in Purdum Nebraska. Donald Herbaugh and his family traveled to Skagit County from Nebraska in 1936 when he was just 5 years old during the Great Depression. Making the journey in a 28 Ford pickup alongside another family, all 12 children slept under the vehicle at night and were known as “the dirty dozen.”During his school years, Don attended Samish School, Avon School, Lincoln School then Mount Vernon High School, graduating in 1950. Shortly after graduating, he joined the United States Army and proudly served his country during the Korean War. Don began civilian life working as a 2nd generation Darigold farmer on Ovenell Road. A few years later, he worked for Shell Oil Company in the warehouse of their Anacortes refinery. He retired from Tesoro after 30 years in 1994. A man of many hobbies and interests, Don enjoyed square dancing, camping, fishing, watching the game on TV (baseball, basketball, or football, but basketball was his favorite), traveling with his wife, enjoying several cruises, and spending time in nature. You’d never find him far from a Louis L’Amour book, although Zane Grey would do in a pinch. He was also an avid and gifted woodworker and carpenter, building many beautiful pieces for his family over the years.Don was equally devoted to serving his community throughout his life and well into his retirement. He served on the Board for Tesoro Credit Union, later to become the North Coast Credit Union, and the Skagit Valley Herald Christmas Fund. He was a founding member of the Skagit Golden K Kiwanis Club in 1996 where he served as President from 1997 to 1998 and from 1999 to 2000. He received the George F Hixson Award for his service. Always available to help, Don served as a general handyman at the Stonebridge Community, to take care of community problems. He also served on the Board for Stonebridge. He was on the council at Avon United Methodist Church, and later attended the Community Covenant Church in Clear Lake. Don was preceded in death by his parents Lloyd and Lucille Herbaugh, his wife Kathleen Herbaugh, his son Richard Herbaugh, and sisters Zelma Herbaugh, Jean Marshell, Vivian Pells, Georgia Justman, and Leila Shaffer. He is survived by his wife Helen Herbaugh, son Roger Herbaugh (Anne), daughters Melanie Johnson, Donelda Lea (Rick), Deborah Arntzen, Kim Blatz (Eric), thirteen grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren, his brother Lyle Herbaugh, and many nieces and nephews.He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. The Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, February 23rd, 2024 at the LDS Church at 1122 McGarigle Rd, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 at 1:00 pm.In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Meals on Wheels. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Donald Lloyd Herbaugh, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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David Irving Anderson

Mar 04, 1939 - Feb 07, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

ObituaryDavid Irving Anderson, 84, passed away peacefully on February 7, 2024, in Mount Vernon, WA. David was born in Mount Vernon, WA on March 4, 1939, to Phillip and Dorotha Anderson.The people that knew him best called him Andy or Uncle Dad. He attended Mount Vernon High School. Prior to finishing High School David enlisted in the United States Navy in March of 1956. He married Carol in March of 1967 and retired from the Navy in July of 1976. After retiring from the Navy he moved back to Conway, WA. He acquired AAA Rent A Pottee in March of 1983. In 2001 David retired and enjoyed 17 years playing snowbirds with Carol in the desert in Quartzite, AZ.David enjoyed sprint car racing, hunting, fishing, and loving life. He was a member of the Elks Club, VFW, DAV, Fleet Reserve and the American Legion.He is survived by wife Carol Ann, sons Kelly Dean Hart (Kellie), David J (Amy), daughter Deborah Lou Danielsen (David), grandkids Kaleb, Kate and Devin Wall, Sierra and Anthony Curran, Gary, Tyrel and Dustin O’Malley. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, brother Gary and Sister Phyllis.A graveside service will be held Friday February 16, 2024, at 12:00pm at Hawthorne Memorial Park, Mount Vernon, WA with a reception to follow in the Hawthorne Reception room.Memorials can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project.Please visit www.hawthornefh.com to share your thoughts and memories and sign the online guest register.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of David Irving Anderson, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Arletta Jean Pearson

Mar 27, 1939 - Feb 01, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

3/27/1939-2/1/2024 Arletta Jean Pearson, 84, of Mount Vernon, WA passed away on February 1, 2024. Jean was born March 27, 1939, to Alettha and Henry Nelson. She grew up in Stanwood, attending Stanwood schools. Jean graduated from Stanwood High School in 1957.

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