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Will Zacherias

Jan 20, 1977 - Nov 05, 2023

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Everett, WA

Will Zacherias was born on January 20, 1977, in Majuro, Marshall Islands. He passed away on November 5, 2023, in Everett, Washington, at the age of 46. Will worked as a meat processer. He leaves behind his wife, Rosalie (Everett, WA), cousin, Jally Alex (Arlington, WA) and other family and friends. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Will Zacherias, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Dage Paul Yim

Mar 05, 1979 - Feb 12, 2024

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Everett, WA

Dage Paul Yim, also known as Paulie. Born March 5, 1979 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and left us on February 12, 2024, in Everett, Washington. Paul was raised in the Richmond Beach and Shoreline areas. He attended multiple elementary schools in Shoreline, Einstein Middle School and Shorewood High School where he graduated in 1997. Following high school he took some courses at Shoreline Community College before embarking on a long and physically demanding job of laying carpet. After a serious leg issue in 2018 he was no longer physically able to do such a demanding job full time, and he turned to selling flooring for the last few years. Paulie loved life and was always quick with one liners, or to laugh with friends. He also enjoyed playing his guitars, watching sports, especially his beloved Seahawks! He was a passionate fantasy football player - he was so creative in picking witty team names to change to every week. He enjoyed watching movies, playing card games, especially poker, and recently became passionately involved in online gaming. When Paulie wasn't playing games himself, he could always be found playing with the kid’s at group functions, and the kiddos loved him! He was also silly at times and would, for example, randomly put on costumes any time of year and parade around the house like it was his normal clothing. Paulie also loved his superheroes, especially Batman! Paulie loved listening to all kinds of music, from 90's-2000's alternative and metal to 60's classic rock - and everything in between. His favorite performer was probably Chris Cornell and one of Paulie's prized possessions was a framed newspaper article about Chris Cornell given to him by his dear, late friend Joe. Paul is proceeded in death by his father, Red Yim, and is survived by his mother Polina Lee (Charles Lee), sister Paulina Seo (Sam Seo), his nephews, Ethan and Evan Seo, and his brother Moses Yim. Paul is also preceded in death members of his chosen family Joseph Antoncich and Peter Martin. Paulie will be missed by both his families, his blood related family and his chosen family, as well as all of his friends whose lives he touched. We all loved him and will miss him for the rest of our days.

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Rhoda Amunsis

Jul 30, 1937 - Feb 05, 2024

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Everett, WA

Rhoda Amunsis, our beloved Grandma, aunt, great-aunt, sister in law and friend, passed away peacefully at home, after a brief illness, supported by Hospice with Providence Hospital, and her nieces, grandson & his special friend, Deirdre and very special family friend Jerry. She leaves behind: her beloved kitty “Silver”, her grandson RT, her nieces Susan and Clarrice, Denise, Linda and Leah, numerous other nieces and nephews, great nephews and nieces and her precious and beloved great-great nieces and nephews, Conner, Kiera and Keagan, Anaka, Klark and Winry, and sister in law Phyllis Burns. She is preceded in death by her father George Burns, mother Helen, stepmother Rose, brothers: Robert, Ralph, Arthur and Burton, sisters: Dorothy White, Helen Bodine and Lenora Cunningham, brother in laws: Herbert White, Ralph Bodine, Richard Cunningham and sister in laws: Eva, Joan and Mary Burns. Her children Lorraine Miller and Allan Tucker, sister in laws: Eva, Mary and Joan Burns, and niece Janice Halliday. Aunt Rhoda was 86 years old, full of fashion and compassion, she was born and raised and a lifetime resident of Everett. She graduated from Everett High School and worked at Simpson Lee paper company, then continued her career with restaurant culinary positions and later at Cascade High cafeteria. At the well-loved Bud’s restaurant, on Broadway, she met her late husband, Jim Amunsis, Jimmy. Their life continued in bliss until Uncle Jim passed in 2013. In the 1980’s they acquired C-Vans groceries on 15th & Rucker where they became shopkeepers. She helped Jimmy with bookkeeping and billing, in the days when you could charge your groceries and pay at end of month. Her support and radiant infectious smile, complimented by her timeless sparkle of her favored glittering accessories. Her many special friends at the “Club 170” were treasured. She enjoyed her time and their special events she always looked forward to. She loved trips to Hawaii with family and their Sunday drives in the 1967 red Cadillac convertible, tooting around with the top down and their 1973 chartreuse Cadillac and current plum color Cadillac. Aunt Rhoda and her sisters traveled on cruises to Portugal and other destinations in the warmth where she loved to sunbathe and soak up the sun. Hawaii was a frequent destination with her daughter, sisters and niece. Aunt Rhoda was an ardent animal lover, her compassionate spirit found joy in the company of all creatures great and small. Her kindness extended to kitty companions she adopted, most often her cat had been a stray welcoming themselves at her door, embodying her generous nature that resonated with the innocence of the animal kingdom. Country western music and Elvis Presley held a special place in her heart, often filling the air around her, a comforting backdrop to many of her cherished memories. Her commitment to family gatherings was unwavering, where she would often regale her kin with tales punctuated by her gentle laughter, as vibrant as her carefully selected outfit for the occasion. To honor her memory family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to local animal sanctuaries or your favorite animal shelter, in memory of Rhoda Amunsis. Memorial service at her mausoleum site will be at 12 PM (Noon) on Monday, February 19, 2024 at Evergreen Cemetery & Funeral home in Everett, 4504 Broadway, 98203. There will be a reception immediately following. Her absence leaves behind a void, but also countless shimmering moments. Her family would like to thank her Hospice team for their gracious, kind and compassionate care and we truly appreciate you all.

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Hieu Chi Phan

Dec 31, 1982 - Feb 04, 2024

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Everett, WA

Hieu Chi Phan, age 41, of Everett, Washington passed away on Sunday, February 4, 2024. A prayer service for Hieu will be held Tuesday, February 13, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Evergreen Funeral Home and Cemetery, 4504 Broadway, Everett, WA 98203. Following the prayer service will be a graveside service from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, 1615 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett, WA 98208.

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Juliana Ursula Ablang Coloma

Jul 26, 1948 - Jan 30, 2024

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Everett, WA

Juliana Ursula Ablang Coloma, age 75, of Everett, Washington passed away on Tuesday, January 30, 2024. Juliana Ursula was born in Santa Lucia, Ilocos, Philippines. A visitation for Juliana Ursula will be held Saturday, February 17, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM at Evergreen Funeral Home and Cemetery, 4504 Broadway, Everett, WA 98203. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, February 20, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Saint Thomas More Parish, 6511 176th St SW, Lynwood, WA 98037.

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Juliana Ablang Coloma

Jul 26, 1948 - Jan 30, 2024

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Everett, WA

Juliana Ablang Coloma, age 75, of Everett, Washington passed away on Tuesday, January 30, 2024. A visitation for Juliana will be held Saturday, February 17, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM at Evergreen Funeral Home and Cemetery, 4504 Broadway, Everett, WA 98203. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, February 20, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at St Thomas More Catholic Church, 6511 176th St SW, Lynwood, WA 98037.

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Douglas Wayne Lineberry

Jul 22, 1941 - Jan 24, 2024

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Everett, WA

Douglas Wayne Lineberry of Everett, WA passed away on the evening of January 24th. He was a beloved husband to Su-Ling and father to Felice. Born the eldest child of Coley and Marie on July 22nd in Mt. Airy, NC. He retired Naval Chief Petty Officer after 27 years of service and traveling the world. He will be remembered by his intelligence, humor, and caring nature to those who knew him. His final resting place will be at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, WA.

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Jorge Alberto Padilla

Apr 07, 1942 - Jan 30, 2024

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Everett, WA

Jorge Alberto Padilla was born on April 7, 1942, in Santa Ana, El Salvador. He passed away on January 30, 2024. in Everett, Washington, at the age of 81. He worked as an office worker in the maintenance industry. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Jorge Alberto Padilla, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Robert Alan Joyce

Mar 25, 1936 - Jan 25, 2024

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Everett, WA

Robert Alan Joyce, 87 of Everett, WA, passed away peacefully on January 25, 2024. He was born March 25, 1936, in Seattle, WA. Bob was an architectural designer in Everett for many years. He then went on to work as a superintendent of construction for the Safeway Corporation until his retirement. Bob had many interests. Playing the accordion and keyboard, playing cards, road trips, traveling, especially to Hawaii, eating cinnamon rolls, but most of all, he loved spending time with his family and friends. Bob leaves behind his wife of 68 years, Ona, 2 sons, Bob (Lori), Jeff and daughter Juli, 6 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren. Bob will be deeply missed by all that knew him. His love and devotion to his family and friends, great personality, sense of humor, and infectious laugh will forever be remembered.

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Arvella Marian Patterson

Dec 16, 1928 - Jan 25, 2024

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Everett, WA

Arvella Marian Patterson, age 95, of Everett, Washington passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2024. Arvella was born in Arcadia, WI.

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Edythe Ann Pavish

Sep 06, 1934 - Jan 25, 2024

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Everett, WA

On September 6, 1934, Edythe Ann (Kallicott) Pavish was born as she lived: big, bold, and blonde. Edythe was born to pioneering parents who helped shape Snohomish County into what it is today, and was incredibly proud of her family legacy. Edythe was raised on a homestead in East Sunnyside, in the home her father built, surrounded by a tight-knit community largely comprising of her own large extended family. Brilliant from birth, she could read and write from a very early age. Edythe was the Valedictorian of the 1951 class at Lake Stevens High School and deeply appreciated what an honor and sacrifice it was for her parents to send her to the University of Washington. She met the love of her life, Lawrence “Bud” Pavish, selling him a Greyhound ticket at the old Everett Depot - a fitting start for the life of adventure they’d share. Two darling daughters, Jessica and Kimberly, completed the Pavish family, which, between dance classes and trap shoots and travels, seemed to be in a constant state of motion. Edythe was a beloved reading specialist and school teacher, and she thrived in the classroom. She believed in being neighborly and was a regular walking fixture in the Bayside Neighborhood of Everett for the last 24 years. Edythe was a member of numerous professional, philanthropic, and social clubs and associations throughout her life, including the historic and illustrious “Bonettes.” She traveled the world with every mode possible, including a transatlantic cruise, a flight on the Concorde, and an African safari. She loved fashion, jewelry, makeup, and glamour. She loved cashmere, gin, the morning newspaper, Big Bang Theory, and real whipped cream. But the thing she loved most of all was her family. Edythe delighted with pride and admiration in the activities of her relations. Anyone and everyone who caught the warm glow of her megawatt smile was instantly charmed. With so many admirers, Edythe had her choice of who she could love. We are all honored she chose us. She is adored and forever remembered by her family and extensive network of friends and fans. Surviving her are her daughters, Jessica Pavish (James Arrabito) and Kimberly Pavish (Randy Robinson), beloved grandchildren Alexis Arrabito (Ian Plagmann), Avery Ekren (Lindsay Gobble), Adrian Arrabito, Nathan Ekren, Abe Ekren, and three great grandchildren: Cooper, Berkleigh, and Addison Edythe Ekren. She is preceded in death by her husband and eternal dancing partner, Lawrence “Bud” Pavish, dear parents Harold and Eva (Skucy) Kallicott, and loving brothers Arthur and Alan. Join us for a Celebration of Edythe’s life at Evergreen Funeral Home on Thursday, February 1. Doors will open at 10:00 o'clock. with a service in the chapel at 11 a.m. Come for brunch and memories. Please wear a statement accessory in honor of our girl.

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