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William Bowron

Aug 14, 1927 - Nov 02, 2023

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Mount Vernon, WA

William (Bill) Bowron passed away November 2, 2023. He was born August 14, 1927 in Mount Vernon to Myrtle and Maurice Bowron. He graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1945 and began his career with the U. S. Postal Service in Mount Vernon. He entered the Army in 1945 and served until 1947. Upon his return home he attended Skagit Valley College, while resuming his work at the Mount Vernon Post Office, as clerk and then Superintendent of Mails for several years. He retired from the Mount Vern...Read More

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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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Marivonne Imogene Whipple

Aug 19, 1928 - Jan 22, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Marivonne Imogene Whipple, also known as Granny, passed away on January 22, 2024, at the age of 95 in Mount Vernon, Washington. Marivonne was born on August 19, 1928 in Anacortes, Washington to Robert and Clara Stover. She attended first grade at Nelson Grade School in Anacortes and went on to graduate from Anacortes High School in 1946. Marivonne married Donald Whipple on August 28, 1948 and they celebrated 61 years of marriage before his passing. She had a fulfilling career, working as a bookkeeper for the family business, Don's Evergreen, as well as handling accounting and advertising for Burlington Thrifty Foods. She found joy in her hobbies, including annual trips to Mexico and Hawaii with her husband, as well as special journeys to Hong Kong, China, Russia, and Ireland. Marivonne and Don created cherished memories on family ski trips in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, Canada. They also hosted many family holidays, with Christmas Eve being a particular favorite. Until the age of 90 Marivonne drove her husband's red Hummer to the Soroptimist Thrift Shop in Anacortes, where she was a dedicated weekly volunteer, alongside her childhood friend Bonnie Riley, whom she had known since first grade. Her longevity is attributed to her daily 6:00 AM workouts at Riverside Health Club, which she faithfully attended from 1971 to 2020. She enjoyed attending church at Christ the King in Burlington with her daughter Marla and had a special friendship with Pastor Given Kutz. Marivonne had fun doing countless puzzles with family and friends, collecting brooches and pins, and delighted in her array of Mickey and Minnie Mouse memorabilia. Growing up without siblings, she always marveled at how she had created such a large family, with three children, 11 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren! Marivonne leaves behind a legacy of love and is survived by her daughters Sheila Fraley (Allen) and Marla Vance (Rick). She was a proud grandmother to Barry Jr. (Kim), Scott, Carly (Ben), David (Annie), Allison (David), Holly, Heidi (Nick), Jenna (Brent), Don, Ben, and Zach. She was also a special great-grandmother to Mackenzie, Trevor, Chance, Brycen, Devin, Shea, Ella, Abby, Evan, Ayla, Kayana, Brayleigh, Rylan, Hazel, William, Emma, and Ruby. Marivonne is also survived by her nephew Ken Whipple (Chris) and daughters-in-law Kathy (Joe) and Annette. She was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Clara Stover, her husband Donald Whipple, her son Barry Whipple Sr., her brothers-in-law Roy Whipple and Bill Whipple, and her sister-in-law Virginia Whipple. Marivonne was known for her generosity, love, strength, and adventurous spirit. She was a world traveler who cherished her family above all and was always ready for a grand adventure, including a visit to Disneyland at 87 years old! Her lively and spirited personality will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. A memorial service to celebrate her long life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Burlington Senior Center at 1011 Greenleaf Ave, Burlington, WA 98233, or to Smile Train International: www.smiletrain.org. Please visit www.hulbushfuneralhome.com to share your thoughts and memories and sign the online guest register. Arrangements are under the care of Hulbush Funeral Home, Burlington, WA.A very special thank you to Rusty Collins, Country Meadow Village in Sedro-Woolley, and Hospice of the Northwest. We appreciate all your care and support of our Mom and Gran.

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Lois Beatrice White

Oct 05, 1927 - Jan 26, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Lois White was welcomed into the gentle arms of the Lord Jesus Christ on Friday, January 26, 2024 at the Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, Washington.Lois’ life of 96 years blessed and encouraged numerous friends and family members through her exemplary witness and intercessory prayers.Her life’s journey began on October 5, 1927 in the homestead house of grandfather August and grandmother Barbara Aanderud who had immigrated from Norway and settled in Maddock, North Dakota. Lois’s proud parents were Richard and Myrtle Aanderud.Lois was the eldest of five siblings, Mayo Aanderud (deceased), Mary Kinder (deceased), Dee Shutes, and Darlene Aanderud whom she conscientiously cared for like their second mother.Lois completed eight years of grammar school in Hamburg, North Dakota before the family moved to Everett, Washington in 1942 where she attended North Junior High School and graduated from Everett High School in 1946. Lois married William N. White, Jr., the love of her life, on June 19, 1946, at her parents’ home in Everett. The couple relocated to Mount Vernon, Washington, and in 1950 they moved to Burlington, Washington and purchased land from William Boeing for the location of their two initial homes. While living in Burlington from 1950 to 2009, two adored daughters, Valerie and Trudy, were born. After the move from Burlington to Salem Village in 2009, Bill passed in 2011. Lois continued to make Salem Village her home until 2024.Lois was dedicated to impeccable homemaking when not assisting with the rigorous family berry farming business. Progressing into their retirement years, Lois and Bill enjoyed touring to the east coast, Arizona, and Hawaii with the Skagit Valley farmers’ group and cruising in the Caribbean.During her adolescent years in North Dakota, Lois was confirmed in the Viking Lutheran Church. After marriage, she and Bill attended the Avon Methodist Church and later moved to the Viewcrest Assembly of God Church in Mount Vernon where she was passionately involved in Sunday School class teaching, prayer groups, social event planning, elders’ wives’ duties, and ministering wherever needed. Foremost of all, she was a warrior when it came to touching the heart of God in her prayer ministry.Gifts in memory of Lois may be given to the Samaritan’s Purse ministry of Franklin Graham.A celebration of life service will be held at the Salem Lutheran Church, 2529 N. Laventure Rd., Mount Vernon, Washington, on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 12:00pm.Please visit www.hawthornefh.com to share your thoughts and memories and sign the online guest register. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Lois Beatrice White, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Barbara Joyce Sutherland

May 18, 1932 - Jan 21, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Barbara Joyce Sutherland 91, of Mount Vernon passed away in the early morning hours of January 21, 2024 with her loving family by her side. She was born May 18, 1932, in Bellingham, WA to Leslie and Cora (McClellan) Olsen. She received her education in the Bellingham School District, graduating from Bellingham High School in 1950. While attending Bellingham Junior High, she met her husband Jack Sutherland and they were blessed with two children, Sindi and Scott. In 1960 they moved to Mount Vernon where they were blessed with two more children, Kay and Darrin.Barbara was happiest being a stay-at-home mom, but once her kids were in school, she started a career with the Mount Vernon School District, working in the kitchen of Jefferson Elementary, LaVenture Middle School, and Washington Elementary. It was here she was fondly known as “Grandma Barb” by all. She retired in June 1992.She found joy in sewing, photo albums, working in her yard and camping with family at Pearrygin Lake. Mom was known to load up the grandkids, pop in a cassette of Oak Ridge Boys and off they would go. “Elvira” could be heard from the motorhome as they crossed the North Cascades. Grandma sleepovers were the best, as one wrote “Thank you for letting us do all the things at your home, our parents would never let us do at theirs.” She also enjoyed attending many sporting events, musical concerts and plays.Barb was a devoted member of Trinity Lutheran Church for over 60 years. She was very active in Food and Fellowship, Choir, LWML and Tuesday Morning Bible Study.Barb loved to travel and was able to visit the Holy Land, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Hawaii, Mexico, New York, Boston, Connecticut and Alaska.She is survived by her children, Sindi (Dave) Moe, Kay (Marty) Lopez, Darrin Sutherland, daughter-in-law, Jenny Sutherland; special, Niece Nancy Somers; Sister-in-law, Betty Massey, special aunt, Helen Meins, along with numerous nieces and nephews.She is also survived by ten grandchildren, Nic (Janet) Moe, Chad (Merika) Moe, Michael Moe, Kelsey (Jeremiah) Nyman, Katelyn (Chris) Zachmeyer, Kevin Sutherland, Danielle (Kenny) Lopez, Lance Lopez, Brieanna Lopez, Christian (Jaid) Lopez; seven great-grandchildren, Alaina, Kellan, Harrison, Kenna, Sean, Valerie, Luke and one on the way.She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jack Sutherland; sister, Marjorie Eriksen; nephew, Kris Eriksen and her son, Scott Sutherland.The family is incredibly grateful to Hospice of the Northwest for the loving care they gave to mom, and to the staff of Country Meadows Retirement Community.The funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024, 1:00PM, at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2015 E. Blackburn Road, Mount Vernon, WA, 98274.In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Hospice of the Northwest, 277 Freeway Drive Suite A, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 or Skagit Regional Health Foundation, PO Box 1376, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, foundation@skagitregionalhealth.org.

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Timothy David Flynn

Aug 10, 1963 - Jan 19, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

2 Timothy 4:6-8“For I am already being poured out as a drink offering, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing.”Tim was born in Edmonton, Alberta, but called both the United States and Canada home. He was born with a curiosity for figuring out how things worked. He spent his childhood developing a love for mechanics, which eventually led him to pursue a degree in engineering. He and his brother, Rob, shared a love for cars and racing. Tim was so proud of his brother and enjoyed following his drag racing career. Tim was a loving and attentive son; he would drop whatever he was doing to sit and chat with his mom. Tim graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He was dedicated to his position as Director of Research & Development for RMS Welding, specializing in pipeline welding robotics. Being an engineer was not just a career for him – it was who he was. He was known for his creative and eloquent solutions to problems and for his integrity in doing things correctly. He was careful, precise, and methodical in everything he did. He joked that there were two kinds of people, fixers and breakers, and he was a fixer extraordinaire! Tim met Julie, his “Sweetie,” after taking a job in Redmond, Washington, and they married in 1994. Tim’s career took him back to Edmonton where they raised their four kids. A later career move took the family to Houston, Texas, where they enjoyed lake life and watching their children grow into adults. After several more years back in Edmonton, he and Julie eventually settled in Mount Vernon, Washington. Every day was an adventure with a big and active family and Tim was a devoted family man who loved camping trips, ski trips, road trips, watching and coaching soccer, and helping with homework. He had an incredible sense of humor and the ability to light up a room with laughter even in the hardest of times. It was always an adventure…never a dull moment with Tim at the helm! He was ever present and always available, happy to provide a tease or joke and heartfelt guidance.Tim was an incredible father and mentor, not just to his own children, but to the many kids who gathered in their home over the years. He gave his children a perspective that will long outlive him: that family is the most important thing in life and that it is important to stop, smell the roses, and focus on the journey instead of just getting from point A to point B. Somehow the boy from land-locked Alberta became a lover of all things nautical. He loved sailing; a big highlight of his life was the annual trip with the guys on the Zodiac. He was loyal to the group and never missed a sailing trip in 25 years! Other hobbies included cars and he especially enjoyed his green 2007 Jaguar. Tim loved road trips; driving was a passion for him, especially pulling the family travel trailer on many adventures. He enjoyed winter sports such as skiing, ice skating, and hockey, then rounded out with warmer weather sports including hiking and mountain biking. He loved projects and tinkering and was always busy in the shop or garage, working on house projects. Tim was a man of faith who prayed for his wife and children and knew his salvation was in Jesus Christ. His family takes great comfort in knowing that he is in heaven with his Creator. He lived his life humbly, knowing that all of his many blessings were given by God. In the weeks prior to his passing, the Flynn family coined the phrase “The Tim Effect.” This was Tim’s uncanny ability to impact and connect with anyone he came into contact with. The phenomenon was especially evident during his time in the hospital as doctors, nurses, and staff who met him were moved by his presence, strength, and selflessness. The family would like to thank the medical team at Providence Hospital and Hospice of the Northwest for their care. Tim is survived by his wife, Julie Flynn, his mother, Marilyn Flynn, his brother, Robert Flynn (wife Michelle), his four children, Jared Galbraith (wife Laura), Danica Sessions (husband Alex), Alyss Flynn (partner Luc), and Mallory Iversen (husband Carl). He is also survived by his five grandchildren, Anna, Blakely, Tyler, Mari, and June. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Robert Flynn.A funeral will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Bethany Covenant Church in Mount Vernon, Washington. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck Cancer. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Timothy David Flynn, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Jessie Pauline Cork

Mar 18, 1930 - Jan 23, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Jessie “Pauline” Cork of Sedro-Woolley, Washington passed away on Tuesday, January 23, 2024, at Skagit Valley Hospital, Mount Vernon, WA. She was born March 18, 1930 in Lacon, Marshall County, Illinois to Frank L. Boers and Opal (Schooling) Boers. She was married on Jan 5, 1951 to Roger Cork in Princeton, Illinois. They were married for 61 years before his passing in Oct 2012. They moved to Ferndale, WA in 1953 and have lived in Whatcom County for 16 years and Skagit County for the rest of their lives. Pauline had worked at Mexico Café for many years. Pauline is preceded in death by her parents, brothers James, Kenneth, Kermit, Franklin, Phillip, Everett, Samuel and sisters Inga Boers York, Martha Boers York, and Beverly Boers Krafft. Also, her brother and sisters-in-law, Donald Cork, DeWayne Cork, Glenna Cork Morse, and Viola Cork Cavin and grandson. She is survived by her sister-in-law Alice DePauw of Florida, children Dorothy “Dottie” Chandler, William Cor, Juanita Cork, Vickie Cork, and Ron Cork; 9 grandchildren; Kyle Ryan, Tonia, Mindy, Alicia, Frank, Madison, Arielle, Ashleigh; and 9 great grandchildren. There will be no services. Because of her love for animals, if you wish to donate in her name, you can make it to the Humane Society of your choice. Share your memories of Paul and sign the online guest register.

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Yvonne Dee Mattson (Force)

Mar 13, 1965 - Jan 22, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

On the morning of January 22, 2024 Yvonne Dee Mattson (Force) passed away at the age of 58 due to complications of brain cancer (GBM tumor).Yvonne was born in Bellingham, WA on March 13, 1965 to Sue and Ernie Force, the third of their four children. The family moved to Mount Vernon in 1972. As long time owners of the Chuckwagon restaurant, Sue and Ernie instilled in Yvonne and her siblings the hard work ethic that would be with her for her entire career. Yvonne worked at Elaine Powers Powercise Studio and later Sager’s Restaurant while going to Skagit Valley College and graduated with an Associate’s Degree. She then worked for a local law firm and started her professional career in insurance at First Insurance that later became WAFD Insurance where she worked for over three decades. She had a thirst for knowledge leading her to be a mentor to countless others as she grew in her career. She touched the lives of many and poured so much into those relationships with coworkers and clients alike.On October 22, 1983 Yvonne married Jon Mattson at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon, WA. Their honeymoon trip driving Hwy 101 down the Oregon coast gave them great memories that would last a lifetime. They returned to the coast many times in the years following as the Oregon coast was one of Yvonne’s favorite places on Earth.Yvonne and Jon’s own family started with the birth of their son Jay in March 1990, then the birth of their daughter Jayna in April 1992. They added another daughter (in law) when Jay married Pamela in July 2013 and added granddaughter, Evelyn, in June 2022. Yvonne enjoyed spending time with close friends, some of which developed during childhood, and was very devoted to all of her loved ones whom she unconditionally cared for each and every day.Yvonne had many hobbies, one of which was rock hounding the beaches in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) looking for beach glass and rocks. She loved arts and crafts, making many wood working decorations used every year for Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Yvonne loved painting and gardening and after her diagnosis found a love for jigsaw puzzles. It was Yvonne’s green thumb that made her home’s garden beautiful each spring and summer.Yvonne loved to travel. Some of her favorite getaways included the Pacific Coast, Maui, Thousand Palms (CA), cruises, the San Juan islands, and British Columbia. Yvonne loved to golf and golfing on her trips was a must. She had biannual golf tournaments at Bear Mountain in Chelan, WA. She later took up disc golf as a hobby and traveled to as many courses in the PNW as she could.On March 22, 2021 Yvonne was diagnosed with a glioblastoma (GBM) tumor and given a short time to live (less than 1 year). Yvonne continued to live life the way she always had with grace, dignity, and positive outlook. She never gave up and fought cancer with a resolute determination that was a part of Yvonne’s being and spirit. Her faith in God was a part of her life. Family, friends, and faith all helped Yvonne in her time of need. The entire care team at Skagit Regional Health Cancer Care Center, including but not limited to Dr. Mathey and Dr. Whiton, are owed a dept of gratitude that can never be repaid.She is survived by her husband Jon; parents Sue and Ernie; siblings Paul (Tammy), Kristine (Steve), and Tim (Amy); children Jay (Pamela) and Jayna; and granddaughter Evelyn; mother and father-in-law Neal and Sharon, and a sister-in-law Kristen.Yvonne wished to have a celebration of her life which will be announced at a later date.

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Sensei Dale Edward Kahoun

Aug 15, 1950 - Jan 12, 2024

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Mount Vernon, WA

Sensei Dale Edward Kahoun passed away on January 12th, 2024, in Mount Vernon, Washington, at the age of 73. Sensei Kahoun lived life passionately and will be greatly missed for his bravery, dedication, and generosity. Born August 15, 1950, in Tacoma, Washington, but considered Crescent City, California, his hometown, Sensei Kahoun spent 27 years serving his community as a police officer in the State of California. Sensei Kahoun trained in Martial Arts for over 54 years and shared his passion through teaching at community colleges, private dojos, and his own school. Throughout his life, Sensei Kahoun has received honors for his bravery and held life memberships in several Martial Arts Federations. Even when Sensei Kahoun retired to Oak Harbor, Washington, his love for Judo and Jujitsu was still strong as he continued to serve as a guest instructor and referee events. He is survived by his loving companion, Magdalena Estrada, his many friends and chosen family around the world whom he has met through his service and passion. He is also survived by one brother, Gregory (Sally) Kahoun, and two nephews, Casey and Christopher. Respects can be paid during his funeral at Sunnyside Cemetery, 90 Cemetery Road, Coupeville, Washington on Thursday, January 25that 1 pm.

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