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ADAMS, Loyd F.
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA: Loyd Franklin Adams died October 28, 2006. He was born February 26, 1935 to Walter and Fern Adams. He worked at Clear Air Force Station, and was a truck driver with Teamsters Union Local #959. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and enjoyed Western movies, sports, and NASCAR racing. He was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska. He is survived by his wife, Mary Canada Adams; his sons and a daughter-in-law, Vern and Jeanette Canada of Fairbanks, Jim Canada of Seattle, and Michael, Guy, and Eric Adams, all of Hawaii; a brother, Kenneth Adams; his nieces and nephews; and his great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Betty Adams Seal; and a brother, Wayne Adams. Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church. Interment was at Northern Lights Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Fairbanks Funeral Home and Crematory.

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ALFARO, Aurea
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Aurea Jacinto Alfaro, 85, died December 10, 2008. She was born in Manila, Philippines on September 26, 1923 to Mariano Jacinto and Fausta Tamundong. She worked for In-Flight Catering Company, W.H. Smith Retail Stores, and the Anchorage School District. She studied voice and piano in college. She and her family came to Anchorage in 1976. She enjoyed playing piano, singing, cooking, and going to casinos. She was active in the Filipino Community of Anchorage and Maharlika, Inc. Survivors include her children and their spouses, Rolando and Nancy Alfaro, Rosalito and Sandra Alfaro, Isabelita Alfaro, Ceclia Adad, Bernadette Palma, Patricia and Bufford Wright, Ronald and Sheila Alfaro, Raymund and Debra Alfaro, Anabelle and Michael Woodard, and Roberto and Patricia Alfaro; a daughter-in-law, Lorna Legarda; a brother and sister-in-law, Gorgonio and Nita Jacinto; a sister, Corazon Vicencio; 29 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Patricio, Jr.; and a son, Rosauro. Services at Evergreen Memorial Chapel. Arrangements were handled by Janssen Funeral Home.

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AMOS, Nona
MEKORYUK, ALASKA: Nona Nuyalran Amos, 77, died October 29, 2003. She was born August 6, 1926. She attended the First Evangelical Covenant Church, and enjoyed camping, singing, arts and crafts, picking berries, and making traditional Cup'iq parkas, books and clothing. She is survived by her children, Rolland Amos, Fannie Degrote, Elizabeth Spud, Cecilia Woodard, Raymond Amos, Frieda Amos Seebold, Oscar Amos, Barbara Amos-Andrew Howard Amos, Tony Amos, and Brian Amos; 28 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Services were held at the First Evangelical Covenant Church. Interment was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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AUNE, Hans
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Hans T. Aune, 46, died February 24, 1971 in a plane crash at Talkeetna. He was born in Trondheim, Norway on August 10, 1924 to Mr. and Mrs. Hans B. Aune. He was a contractor, and was a member of the Nordic Ski Club and the Sons of Norway. Survivors include his wife, Aslaug Aune; two children, Hans Erick and Tove Arleen; his parents; a sister, Mrs. Bret Karlsen; and a brother, Torger. Arrangements were handled by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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BAIRD, Wilma
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Wilma Grace Baird, 91, died December 1, 2007. She was born April 27, 1916 to Andrew and Viola Crow. She retired from the Anchorage School District, and formerly worked as a bookkeeper and waitress. She was a member of the Order of the Amaranth, the Order of the Eastern Star, and the Alaska Pioneers. She enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, motor home traveling, and spending time at the family cabin in Willow. Survivors include a son, Robert W. Baird, Jr. of Tacoma, WA; two daughters, Janice Vial and Joyce Spencer of Anchorage; 10 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Willie "Bill" Baird, Sr. Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church. Interment was at Angelus Memorial Park by Janssen Funeral Home.

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BELZ, Alvin
HAINES, ALASKA: Alvin James "Al" Belz, 54, died November 13, 2000. He was born December 6, 1945. He was chief heavy equipment mechanic at Chilkoot Lumber, and had formerly worked at the Crown-Zellerbach mill in Estacada, OR, and at some small trucking firms. He was a U.S. Army veteran, and enjoyed fishing. He is survived by a sister, Helen McReynolds of LeGrand, OR; and two brothers, Larry Belz of Federal Way, WA, and Jake Belz of Yelm, WA. Services were held at the Presbyterian Church. Interment was at Jones Point Cemetery.

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BUTLER, Glenn
TANANA, ALASKA: Glenn S. "Speed" Butler, 73, died January 10, 2010. He was born September 30, 1936. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He worked at Tanana Indian Health Service Hospital, was a forest firefighter, and ran a gift shop. He attended St. James Episcopal Church, and was a former chairman of the Nuchalawoyya celebration in Tanana, and a member of the Tanana Dog Mushers' Association and the Lions Club. He enjoyed photography and music, and showed movies at the Community Hall. Survivors include a sister, Bernice Aragon (Eli) of Fairbanks; his nieces and nephews; his great-nieces and great-nephews; his cousins; and his friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Alice Grant Thompson and his stepfather, Warren; his adoptive parents, Teresa and Thomas Butler; a sister, Maudrey J. Sommer and a brother-in-law, Heinie; two brothers, Walter John and Morris Thompson and a sister-in-law, Thelma; and two nieces, Sheryl Thompson and Lucille Sommer. Services were held both at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Fairbanks and at the Community Hall in Tanana. Interment was at Mission Hill Cemetery under the direction of Fairbanks Funeral Home.

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CAREY, Anna
HAINES, ALASKA: Anna Bell Carey, 84, died December 23, 2006. She was born November 17, 1922 in Castle Shannon, PA to Charles and Anna Wilson. She was a retired executive secretary for the CEO of Calgon Corp. She held a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Pittsburgh, and had also attended Center College. She was a member of the Emblem Club, the Order of the Eastern Star, the Ladies' Oriental Shrine, and the American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors include a half-brother, Charles L. Wilson of Shepherdstown, WV; and a cousin, Vivian Beltzhoover of Wilmington, NC. She was preceded in death by her husband, William E. Carey. A memorial service was held in Haines, followed by a reception at the Elks Lodge.

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CLYDE, James L.
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA: James Lynn Clyde, 59, died November 12, 2009. He was born July 26, 1950 to Jerald and Elda Carlisle Clyde. He worked at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital for 23 years, and formerly worked in the logging industry. He attended Shasta College. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and the stock market. Survivors include his wife, Candyce Adams Clyde; a son, James Clyde of Redding, CA; a daughter, Regina Clyde Geisler of Bella Vista, CA; his mother; a brother, Danny Clyde of Brookings, OR; 4 grandchildren; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father; and a brother, Mark Clyde. Services were held at Immaculate Conception Church. Interment was at Northern Lights Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Fairbanks Funeral Home and Crematory.

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COFFEY, Camille
HOMER, ALASKA: Camille Coffey, 92, died January 27, 2009. She was born September 12, 1916. She was a World War II of the U.S. Air Force, and also the Navy. She was one of the few women at the time to fly in the Air Force. She enjoyed shopping and clipping coupons, and at the age of 91, caught her first king salmon. Survivors include a son, Dan Coffey; two daughters, Sergia Coffey and Robbie Coffey; two sons-in-law, Steve Hughes and Tom Eyester; a daughter-in-law, Jessie Prokop; and 3 grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Don Coffey. Services were held at Holy Transfiguration of Our Lord Russian Orthodox Church in Ninilchik. Interment was at Hickerson Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Homer Funeral Home.

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CONNORS, Alexander
SITKA, ALASKA: Alexander Connors died October 4, 1914. He was a veteran of the United States Army. Interment was at the Sitka National Cemetery.

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CRANE, Carolyn
STERLING, ALASKA: Carolyn Rose Crane, 26, died December 3, 2009. She was born March 23, 1983. She was of the Russian Orthodox faith. She enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and snowmachining. She is survived by a daughter, Quincy-Anne Crane; her mother, Paula E. Bobby; her dad, Don D. Dobson; four brothers, Donald B. Dobson of Soldotna, and Jerimiha Bou Dobson, Benjamin R. Bobby, and Troy B. Alexie, all of Sterling; her sisters, Samantha J. Bobby of Bridger, MT, Kira Kay Bobby of Lime Village, Donna D. Edmunds of Soldotna, Yvonne Waskey of Kenai, and Phillisha Dobson, Jenipher Dobson, Catherine V. Keane, and Hannah L. Alexie, all of Sterling; her grandmother, Balusha Barns of Wasilla; her grandparents, Nick and Emma Alexie; her uncles and aunts; and her cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, James P. Crane; a daughter, Geneva Louise Oceania Waskey; her grandfather, Sinka Crane, Sr.; and an uncle, Wasilie Bobby. Services were held at Holy Assumption Russian Orthodox Church in Kenai. Burial was at Holy Assumption Orthodox Cemetery by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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DAVIS, Byron
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Byron Harris Davis, 74, died November 29, 2009. He was born February 12, 1935 to Lavern and Sylvia Davis. He was a graduate of the University of Washington, and worked in the aeronautics industry for Boeing and Lockheed. He later became a commercial fisherman and owned the F/V Medallion. He served with the U.S. Army in Army Community Service, and enjoyed snowshoeing and hiking. He is survived by his wife, Joyce Davis; two daughters and a son-in-law, Elida and Ernst Horn, and Melanie Moats, all of Anchorage; a son and daughter-in-law, Marc and Kathleen Moats; two sisters, Linda Smith of Federal Way, WA, and Katherine Constable of Ketchum, ID; and 8 grandchildren.

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DEMIDOFF, Cecil
HOMER, ALASKA: Cecil Demidoff, 82, died August 20, 2008. He was born December 26, 1925 to Alex and Effie Demidoff. He was a member of the Russian Orthodox Church, and served as a Starosta and reader. He enjoyed commercial fishing, outdoor projects, and building. Survivors include his wife of 54 years, Mae Demidoff; a son, Rueben Demidoff; three daughters and their spouses, Effie and Kip Taeschner, Cecilia and Shane Blattler, and Mary and Peter Stokes; 11 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Adam Michael Demidoff. Services were held at Holy Transfiguration of our Lord Russian Orthodox Church in Ninilchik. Interment was at the church cemetery under the direction of Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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DIAMOND, Charlie
SOLDOTNA, ALASKA: Charlie Diamond, 77, died April 8, 2009. He was born February 18, 1932. He worked for Ellis Airlines, Moore Construction, the Ketchikan Pulp Mill, and ArcoAlaska. He formerly served in the Army and the National Guard. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, bowling and carpentry. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Diamond; his sons, Craig Diamond of Kenai, Kenneth Diamond of Nikiski, and Raymond and Dennis Diamond, both of Ketchikan; two brothers, Harold Diamond (Pat) of Sitka, and Harry "Jim" Diamond III of Ketchikan; 8 grandchildren; and his great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Elizabeth Adolf; his parents, Harry and Alice Diamond; and two brothers, Joe and Lee Diamond. Arrangements were handled by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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DICK, Karl
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Karl David Dick, 29, died February 18, 1972 at the Anchorage Community Hospital. He was born May 22, 1942 in Seward. He was a conductor for the Alaska Railroad, and had lived in Anchorage for 12 years. Survivors include his wife, Nancy Dick; a daughter, Becky; a son, Bucky; his mother, Harriet Dick; a sister, Lou Ann Arsenault; and a brother, Lewis Dick. Interment was at Angelus Memorial Park with arrangements by Green Funeral Chapel.

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DUNN, Ernest
KETCHIKAN, ALASKA: Ernest Ivan "Ernie" Dunn died June 13, 1998. He was born September 3, 1920 to Ivan Lester Dunn and Jennie E. Lloyd. He operated dental labs in Anchorage, Juneau, and Ketchikan. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and served as past commander of Juneau Post #5559. He was a member of the Disabled Veterans of America, and a former president and treasurer of the Alaska Indoor Sports Dart League. He is survived by his wife, Mary Dunn; two sons, Michael Lester Dunn (Sandra), and John R. Sutton (Katie); two brothers, Norman Dunn (Bernice), and Willis Dunn (Mary); a sister, Ople Mormon (Verne); 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two stepsons, David Anthony Sutton and Wesley James Sutton; a foster son, Jerry Allen Green; and a brother.

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ELDRIDGE, Harold
CHUGIAK, ALASKA: Harold Eldredge, 77, died Auguat 7, 2002. He was born April 13, 1925. He held a bachelor of arts degree from San Francisco State College. He retired from Wells Fargo Bank, and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He served as president of the board of directors at the Chugiak Senior Center, and was the recipient of service awards from the Chugiak Senior Center and the Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau. He enjoyed traveling, reading, and playing the violin. He is survived by his best friend of 50 years, Stephanie Studnicki of Weimar, CA; and two step-nieces, Shirley Brown of Tucson, AZ, and Darlene Crisswell of Carmichael, CA. A memorial service was held at the Chugiak Senior Center. Interment was at St. Dominick's Cemetery in Clinton, MI. Arrangements were handled by Evergreen's Eagle River Funeral Home.

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FRENCH, Donald
HOMER, ALASKA: Donald W. French, 66, died February 10, 2000. He was born October 5, 1933. He operated the Homer Drywall Company. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and gardening. Surviving family members include his wife of 47 years, Lois French; three daughters, Dawn Guisinger of Wasilla, Joy Buol of Salem, OR, and Lela Lindquist of Palmer; 12 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. Services were held at Glacier View Baptist Church. Burial was at Hickerson Memorial Cemetery with arrangements by Homer Funeral Home.

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GAY, John
EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA: John Gay, 87, died February 15, 2007. He was born May 25, 1919. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II, the Korean Conflict, and the Vietnam War. He enjoyed fishing, sports, model airplanes, boating, and playing keyboard music at senior centers. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Gay; a son, John P. Gay of Washington; three daughters, Ruth Blanchard of Alaska, Sharon Weyhing of Nevada, and June Gaylor of Oklahoma; 27 grandchildren; his great-grandchildren; his great-great grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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GREMINGER John A.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: John Allen Greminger, 57, died December 24, 2009. He was born April 28, 1952. He worked in the carpet industry. He donated his body to science. Arrangements were handled by the Hasara Family and the Cremation Society of Alaska.

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GRYS, John C.
HEALY, ALASKA: John C. Grys, 88, died September 2, 2009. He was born February 5, 1921. He was a retired section foreman for the Alaska Railroad, and formerly worked for Great Northern Railroad. He served in the National Guard. He enjoyed hunting and trapping, and was a member of the National Rifle Association. He was the last charter member of the Healy Valley Lions Club, of which he was a former president and treasurer. He was a life member of the International Association of Lions Clubs. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Louise Topczewski Grys; three daughters and sons-in-law, Caroline and John Heater, Cindy and Allen Price, and Lorraine and Ken Kastner; and 4 grandchildren. Services were held at Holy Mary of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Burial was at Valley View Memorial Cemetery.

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HAMMER, Jasper
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Jasper Lee "Jack" Hammer, 71, died February 9, 1988 at Humana Hospital-Alaska. He was born March 12, 1916 in Kaw City, OK. He was a retired mechanic. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, and had moved to Alaska from Layton, UT in 1967. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Florence; a son, Martin of North Pole; three daughters, Sally Tilton of Chugiak, Patsy Bossio of Lawrence Township, NJ, and Florence Halls of Clearfield, UT; three brothers, Earl of Snowflake, AZ, Marvin of Riverton, WY, and Richard McCardle of Layton, UT; 11 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. Services were held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Eagle River Chapel. Interment was at the Tremonton Cemetery in Tremonton, UT with arrangements by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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HARRIS, Seth A.
ANCHOR POINT, ALASKA: Seth Allen Harris, 39, died March 28, 2008. He was born October 2, 1968. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, and playing pool. He is survived by his mother, Sandra Harris of Moose Pass; his father, John Harris of Ketchikan; his grandfather, Walter P. Moore of Anchor Point; a sister, Mary Harris of Anchorage; a brother, Corkey Harris of Wasilla; an aunt, Nancy Hotch of Haines; two uncles, Buzz Moore of Anchor Point, and Glen Bird of Funny River; and a cousin, Tanya Hotch of Haines. A celebration of life was held at the Anchor River Inn. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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HOBEIN, Byron
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Byron Elwyn Hobein, 93, died August 13, 2005. He was born July 27, 1912 in Lead, SD. He owned Hudson's Shoe Store, and was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. He attended Heiman's Business College. He was a member of the Elks Lodge and the Pioneers of Alaska, and was a Mason. He had a cabin on the Kenai River at Cooper Landing. He is survived by his wife, Jean Hobein; a daughter, Cathy Stewart of Alaska; a brother, Dale Sickel of Sheridan, WY; a grandson; and 4 great-grandchildren. Interment was at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, WY under the direction of Champion Ferries Funeral Home.

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HOWARD, James A.
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA: James Alvin Howard, 73, died April 8, 2009. He was born January 8, 1936 to Luther and Ruth Howard. He was a boiler operator at the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, and later managed the maintenance department. He was a professional musician, and also taught music lessons. He was a member of the North Pole Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. He was a pedal steel guitar player, and enjoyed hunting, fishing and flying. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Baarsch Howard; six children and their spouses, Jeffery Howard, Tina and Joel Messnard, James S. Howard, Jana and Austin Sipes, Van Howard, and Lance and Charla Howard; a sister, Sharon Ellis; two brothers, Robert Howard and Jerry Ellis; 17 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Kevin Howard; his mother, Ruth Hutchison; his father, Luke Howard; his stepfather, Frank Hutchison; a brother, Ralph Ellis; and a great-grandchild, Katlyn Brunty. Services were held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. Interment was at Birch Hill Cemetery by Fairbanks Funeral Home.

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HUTCHISON, Geraldine
CHUGIAK, ALASKA: Geraldine Patricia Hutchison, 77, died September 26, 2007. She was born in Vancouver, B.C. on April 26, 1930 to John and Lilly Murtagh. She was a hairdresser for 30 years. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoyed knitting, sewing, crocheting, reading and dancing, and was a member of the Red Hat Society. She is survived by two daughters, Shannon Williams of Fairbanks, and Colleen P. Eyles of Eagle River; a son, Michael Hutchison of Florida; a daughter-in-law, Lisa Hutchison of Florida; two sons-in-law, Marty Williams of Fairbanks, and Jim Eyles of Eagle River; 5 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Hutchison; a brother, John; her parents; and her mother-in-law, Betty Snidow. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Evergreen's Eagle River Funeral Home.

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JACKSON, Larry
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Larry Jackson, 54, died November 2, 2009. He was born December 31, 1954 to Luther and Ursula Jackson. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War, and was also a security specialist with the British Air Force. He enjoyed playing pool. He is survived by his parents; his sisters, Cherie Jackson of Pennsylvania, Darlene Jackson of Washington, DC, and Christine Berkley and Patti Crawford, both of Anchorage; a brother, Dieter Jackson of the Philippines; an aunt, Rosemarie Peter of Germany; and his nieces and nephews. Interment with military honors was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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JAMES, Thalia
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA: Thalia Elizabeth James died October 29, 2009. She was born January 12, 1939 to Robert Fulton James and Sylvia Elizabeth Fricke. She worked in the entertainment industry, and was a former personal assistant to Pearl Bailey. She performed the lead role in productions of Hello, Dolly!, and was a dancer and entertainer at the Ester Gold Camp. She was a former flight attendant. Survivors include a sister; two brothers; her friends; and her terrier, Billy. She was preceded in death by her parents. Her ashes were scattered over Sedona, Arizona. Arrangements were handled by Chapel of Chimes Funeral Home.

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JOHANNES, Earl J.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Earl John Johannes, 82, died September 12, 2009. He was born March 11, 1927 to Alvin and Helen Johannes. He was a bookkeeper for Tennessee Miller, owner for Frontier Construction and the accounting firm of Peat, Marwick and Mitchell, and started his own firm, Acutax. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, and a member of the American Legion, AMVETS, and the Eagles. He enjoyed golfing and watching sports. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Rod Norris; a son, Craig Johannes; two sisters, Marlene Clark of Chandler, AZ, and Karen Johansen (Jerry) of Anchorage; a brother, Francis (Deborah) of Las Vegas, NV; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; and his nieces and nephews. Religious services were held at St. Benedict's Catholic Church. A celebration of life was held at Eagles Aerie #4207. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery by Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home.

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JOHN, Wilfred E.
FORT YUKON, ALASKA: Wilfred Ernest "Willie" John died November 23, 2009. He was born January 3, 1943 to Isaac and Margaret John. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War. He enjoyed movies and reading. He is survived by his stepchildren, Robert and Steven Flitt; two sisters, Lois James and Sally Herren; two brothers, Edward and Sam John; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his longtime companion, Annie Flitt; three sisters, Margaret, Charlotte, and Lillian; and four brothers, Alex, Isaac, Jr., Daniel, and Jonas. Services were held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Interment was at Hudson Stuck Memorial Cemetery.

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JOHNSON Ted
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Douglas Theodore "Ted" Johnson, 54, died November 10, 1988 at his residence. He was born May 21, 1934 in Price, UT. He attended Brigham Young University, and was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He owned Capital Appraisers, and formerly worked for Alaska Valuation Services and the Department of Highways in Juneau. Survivors include his wife, Martha Johnson; four daughters, Chandra, Amber, Robin and Rahni; a son, Troy; his mother, Elizabeth; and two brothers, Robert and William. Services were held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Interment with military honors was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery.

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JONES, Avis
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Avis Mildred Jones, 87, died May 12, 1983 at Providence Hospital. She was born September 7, 1895 in Wakefield, NH. She had lived in Alaska since 1952. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Perley Jones, Jr. and Caroll Jones of Anchorage; a sister, Ellen Langille of Northwood, NH; and a grandson. She was predeceased by her husband. Arrangements were handled by Kehl's Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel.

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KAGIMOTO, Tito
HOPE, ALASKA: Torao "Tito" Kagimoto died December 16, 2009. He was born June 14, 1921. He was the owner of the Discovery Cafe. He formerly worked in forestry, construction, carpentry, and stone masonry. He was a member of the Carpenters' Union. He is survived by his brother-in-law and caretaker, Henry "Hank" Mori; a niece, Maria Motoyama; a nephew, Bert Motoyama; his great-nieces and great-nephews; his great-great nieces and great-great nephews; and his adopted family, Susan and Josh Anderson, Danny and John Ducharme, and Sarah Fontaine. A memorial celebration was held at the Discovery Cafe.

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KELLEY, Connie
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Connie Floyd Kelley, 83, died August 30, 2003. She was born December 1, 1919 to Suzie Dunden Floyd and E.L. Floyd, Sr. She was retired, and had owned a seamstress business and worked for the Anchorage School District and Carrey Homes. She was a member of the Ladies' Elks, the Anchorage Moose Lodge, and the 35+ Club. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, knitting, gardening, and traveling. Survivors include three brothers, Charles Floyd of Anchorage, and Brookie and Maurice of Georgia; three nephews, Kevin Floyd, Chuck Floyd, Jr., and Conner Floyd; and a niece, Kristina Floyd. She was preceded in death by five brothers. Burial was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Kehl's Forest Lawn Mortuary.

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KUR, Stanislaw
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Stanislaw Kur, 59, died August 5, 2006. He was born July 22, 1947. He worked as a cook. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, and served during the Vietnam War. He is survived by his friends. Interment with military honors was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Evergreen Memorial Chapel

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LAKE, Candida
HOOPER BAY, ALASKA: Candida A. Lake, 28, died August 8, 1978 at the Alaska Native Medical Center. She was born in Chevak on February 10, 1950 to John and Rita Unin. She is survived by her husband, Arthur; two sons, Michael and Arnold, both of Hooper Bay; her parents; four sisters, Lisa, Antonia, Mary, and Nancy Unin, all of Chevak; and three brothers, Ray, Leo and Simon. Services were held in Chevak. Arrangements were handled by Bruce Funeral Home.

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LAMPL, Emmanuel
WASILLA, ALASKA: Emmanuel George Lampl, 67, died October 24, 2008. He was born January 25, 1941 to John and Theresa Lampl. He retired from Alaska Commercial Company, and was also a produce manager at Safeway, Shoprite, DA Supermarkets, and Steve's Food Boy. He attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church, and was a member of the Legion of Mary. He enjoyed gardening, landscaping, woodworking, and visiting shut-ins and nursing homes. He is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Cheryl Buchanan of Big Lake, Elsie and Dave Block of Palmer, and Cathy and George Obrien of Wasilla; a son, Dan Poirot of Big Lake; a brother and sister-in-law, John J. and Venita Lampl of Dickinson, ND; his grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma Anderson Lampl; a son, Craig A. Poirot; and his parents. Services were held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial was at Sacred Heart Cemetery with arrangements by Alaskan Heritage Memorial Chapel.

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LARGE, Susan
BIG LAKE, ALASKA: Susan Lin Large, 60, died August 8, 2007. She was born August 9, 1947. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoyed crafts, animals and horse riding, and was a Civil War buff. A memorial service was held at the Silver Fox Inn. Arrangements were handled by Valley Funeral Home.

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LAUGHLIN, Dr. Winston M.
PALMER, ALASKA: Dr. Winston Means Laughlin, 92, died July 28, 2009. He was born May 2, 1917 to Laurence and Stella Laughlin. He held a doctorate in soil science from Michigan State University, and was a retired research soil scientist at the Experimental Station. He was a U.S. Army veteran. He enjoyed reading, gardening, and being active at his church and the Palmer Senior Center. He is survived by two sons, Brian Laughlin of Palmer, and Keith Laughlin of Issaquah, WA; a daughter, Ellen Taylor of Palmer; a brother and sister-in-law, Rolief and Ruth Laughlin of Shoreline, WA; his grandchildren; his nieces and nephews; and his great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Fuleihan Laughlin; and a son, Laurence Laughlin. Services were held at the United Protestant Church. Interment was at Palmer Pioneer Cemetery under the direction of Kehl's Palmer Mortuary.

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LEALIE, Nathaniel
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Nathaniel Lealie, 84, died May 1, 2005. He was born August 26, 1920. He was a retired laborer with Local #341. He was preceded in death by his wife, Willa Mae Lealie. Services were held at God's Greater Holy Temple. Interment was at Angelus Memorial Park under the direction of Walker Funeral Home.

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LEE, Chester
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Chester Thomas Lee, 81, died March 7, 2009. He was born August 6, 1927. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and was the husband of Edith Lee. Interment with military honors was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home and Crematory.

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LEE, Chun Young
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Chun Young Lee, 90, died October 23, 2003. He was born in Kong Ju, Korea on July 10, 1913. He was an electrical engineer at Korean Electrical Power Co. for 40 years, and came to Alaska in 1987. He enjoyed fishing, camping, and playing Korean and Chinese chess. Survivors include two sons, Chu Tae Lee and Chu Sil Lee, both of Seoul, Korea; his daughters, Chuja Lee of Seoul, and Jeanne Robinson and Yeonhee Freeman of Anchorage; a daughter-in-law, Jung Kang Choi; two sons-in-law, Tom Freeman and Robbie Robinson; and 3 grandchildren. Services were held at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Interment was at Angelus Memorial Park under the direction of Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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LIPPINCOTT, Alfred
PALMER, ALASKA: Alfred H. Lippincott, 88, died February 24, 1987 at Valley Hospital. He was born October 30, 1898 in New Jersey. He had been an Alaska resident for 25 years. He was a salesman with Burroughs Design Systems for 30 years, and was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War I. He is survived by a son, J.K. Lippincott of Waxhaw, NC; and 2 grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Kehl's Palmer Mortuary.

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LUCAS, Ernest
KENAI, ALASKA: Ernest J. Lucas, 65, died April 17, 2008. He was born November 11, 1942. He retired from Mare Island Naval Base. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a recipient of the Purple Heart medal. He enjoyed motorcycles, hot rods and fishing, and attended the Brethren Church in Soldotna. He is survived by a daughter, Rhonda Lucas of Seattle, WA. He was preceded in death by two wives. Services were held at at V.F.W. Post #10221 in Anchor Point. Arrangements were entrusted to Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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MACK, Mary
KENAI, ALASKA: Mary Mae Mack, 38, died May 26, 2005. She was born October 28, 1966. She was a commercial fisher. She was an artist, and enjoyed arts, crafts and baking. Survivors include her husband, Glen "J.R." Mack; a son, Devon Mack of Kenai; her mother and stepfather, Geraldine and Joe Ackerman of Sterling; two brothers, Donald Dushkin of Anchorage, and Robert Dushkin of Sand Point; her aunts and uncles; and her cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Dushkin; her grandparents, Nick Dushkin, Mary Carlson, and Olga Halverson; and an uncle, Willis Carlson. Interment was at the Kenai City Cemetery under the direction of Peninsula Memorial Chapel.

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MANOOK, Elmer
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Elmer Manook, 74, died August 17, 2004. He was born January 17, 1930. He retired from Alaska Native Medical Center, and was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War. He enjoyed attending high school baseball and basketball games. Survivors include two daughters, Tara Gillen and Erika Kalilikane; and 6 grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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MILLER, Albert A., Sr.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Albert Alfred Miller, Sr., 75, died May 4, 1989 at his home. He was born September 13, 1913 in Teller. He was a retired heavy equipment operator, and had worked statewide for different companies, including MK Construction. He was a lifelong resident of Alaska. He was a member of Operating Engineers Local #302 and the Cook Inlet Regional Native Corporation. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and photography. Survivors include three daughters, Lora Nelson, Frances Bartanian, and Sara Tweet, all of Anchorage; a son, Albert Miller, Jr. of Hayward, CA; 18 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. Interment was at Angelus Memorial Park by Witzleben Family Funeral Home.

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NAKAMURA, Joe, Jr.
JUNEAU, ALASKA: Joe Masaaki Nakamura, Jr., 78, died August 10, 2009. He was a retired custodian at REACH. He had formerly worked in construction, as a longshoreman, and as a skipper on a boat. He enjoyed playing pool and basketball. He served in the National Guard at Angoon. Survivors include two daughters, Debbie McCluskey (Frank, Sr.), and Ida Jack (Willie Jack, Jr.), all of Angoon; a son, Ray Lindoff, of Juneau; a brother, Frank Nakamura (Ruth) of Everett, WA; two sisters, Elizabeth Krug of Arizona, and Josephine Zeller of Juneau; 13 grandchildren; his cousins; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joe Masaaki Nakamura, Sr. and Bessie Nakamura Williams; a brother, Mack Nakamura, Sr.; a sister and brother-in-law, Lillian and Martin Johnson; a brother-in-law, Don Krug, Sr.; and a grandson, Charles Lee Nelson. Services were held at Thunder Mountain Church of God. Arrangements were handled by Alaskan Memorial Park and Mortuary.

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OLIVAS, Maria
WASILLA, ALASKA: Maria Rosa Bologna Olivas, 81, died November 9, 2009. She was born March 25, 1928 to Joseph and Maria Bologna. She enjoyed arts and crafts, crocheting, and cake decorating, and had a brown belt in karate. Survivors include her husband, Harry Leo Olivas, Sr.; a son and daughter-in-law, Mario and Roberta Olivas of La Jara, NM; a daughter and son-in-law, Sondra and John Ace of Wasilla; two brothers, Dominic and Sam Bologna of San Pedro, CA; her grandchildren; and 3 great-grandsons. She was preceded in death by a son, Harry Leo Olivas, Jr.; two brothers, Anthony and Joe Bologna; and her parents. Services were held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Arrangements were handled by Alaskan Heritage Memorial Chapel.

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PAAKKANEN, Alfred, Jr.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Alfred Paakkanen, Jr. died October 24, 1945. He was a casualty of World War II. He was born April 2, 1921. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery.

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PANEAK, George
ANAKTUVUK PASS, ALASKA: George Paneak, 60, died September 19, 2009. He was born February 1, 1949 to Simon and Susie Paneak. He was a power plant operator, and served his community as mayor, village coordinator, and part-time postmaster. He held a pilot's license, and was a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Mabel and Bernie Burris; a brother, Raymond Paneak; two sisters-in-law, Beth Paneak and Marie Paneak; his nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Jenny and Alice; four brothers, Roosevelt, Allan, Robert, and Harold; and his parents. Services were held at Anakuvuk Pass High School. Interment was at Anaktuvuk Pass Cemetery with arrangements by Chapel of Chimes Funeral Home.

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PHILLIPS, Marie
EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA: Marie A. "Toni" Phillips, 61, died August 3, 2002. She was born August 25, 1940 to Harold W. Kuehl and Berneice A. Kuehl. She retired form the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority. She enjoyed art, crocheting, computers, and fishing. She was a lifelong student, and took many college classes; she was a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, and held a 3.5 GPA. She is survived by her companion, Ray Stith; her children, Velvet (Steve), Curtis (Shelly), and Mick (Laurie); a brother, Bill (Miki); a sister, Pat (Louis); 12 grandchildren; a niece; her nephews; and her friends. She was preceded in death by her parents. Cremation arrangements were handled by Evergreen's Eagle River Funeral Home.

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PINSKI, James R.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: James Richard Pinski, 50, died September 30, 2009. He was born December 1, 1958 to Joseph P. Pinski, Jr. and Betty Brady Pinski. He worked in the grocery business, and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is survived by a sister, Mary Pinski of Stillwater, OK; and 2 nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, Joseph; and his parents. Arrangements were handled by Palmer-Marler Funeral Home of Stillwater, OK.

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REEDY, Nancy
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Nancy Ann Reedy died March 29, 1972 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. She was born November 22, 1971 in Anchorage to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Reedy. Other family members include three sisters, Maureen, Theresa and Martina; two brothers, Patrick and Michael; and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Reedy of Manitowoc, WI. Interment was "at Mentasta" under the direction of Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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REYES, Alfred
WASILLA, ALASKA: Alfred Reyes, 77, died January 26, 2006. He was born in the Philippines on March 22, 1928. He retired from the U.S. Navy. He enjoyed playing mahjong and collecting coins. Survivors include a daughter, Generosa Hartley of Belleville, IL; a son, Emmanuel Reyes of Wasilla; a daughter-in-law, Katrina Reyes; a son-in-law, Lee Hartley, and his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Calliope "Kellie" Reyes. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Valley Funeral Home.

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RICKTEROFF, Victor W.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Victor William Rickteroff, 70, died May 23, 2005. He was born January 1, 1935 to Michael and Jean Rickteroff. He was a member of the Russian Orthodox Church, and enjoyed walking and traveling. Survivors include two sisters, Linda Blanton of Lewiston, ID, and Florence Hale of Eagle River; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, David Rickteroff; and two sisters, Tootsie Lowrey and Annie Rickteroff. Services were held at Evergreen Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery.

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ROZELLE, Robert D., Sr.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Robert Dale Rozelle, Sr., 71, died September 12, 2007. He was born February 28, 1936. He worked in fishing, and lived in Kodiak, Akhiok, Old Harbor and Anchorage. He enjoyed camping, his RV, fishing, and going to Indian conferences. He was of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his wife, Martha Rozelle; his sons and daughter-in-law, Robert Rozelle, Jr., Keith Rozelle, and Gary Rozelle, Sr. and wife Martha; two daughters and sons-in-law, Roberta and Alfred Naumoff, and Mary D. and Emil Christiansen, Sr.; his grandchildren; and his great-grandchildren. Services were held at Evergreen Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery.

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SACCHEUS, Theodore
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Theodore J. Saccheus, 30, died February 22, 1979 at Ship Creek. He was born in Elim on February 16, 1949. He had attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and was a cannery employee. He had been an Anchorage resident since 1956. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freedole Saccheus of Anchorage; four sisters, JoAnn Amaktoolik of Elim, and Maye Meehan, Bonnie Saccheus, and Alice Cantrell, all of Anchorage; and three brothers, Abel of Elim, and Mike and Isaac, both of Anchorage. Interment was at Anchorage Memorial Park.

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SAVOK, Lily
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Lily Savok, 86, died January 10, 1980. She was born October 5, 1893 in Selawik, AK. She had lived in Anchorage for 16 years. Survivors include five daughters, Ruth Outwater of Anchorage, Irene Armstrong of Nome, Ida Watt of Fairbanks, Rachel Demmick of Deering, and Anna Thomas of Kotzebue; two sons, Fred Savok of Anchorage, and James Savok of Selawik; 55 grandchildren; her great-grandchildren; and her great-great-grandchildren. Services were held at the Covenant Church. Interment was at the Anchorage Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Bruce Funeral Home.

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SCHOONMAKER, Robert
CHUGIAK, ALASKA: Robert F. Schoonmaker, 75, died April 29, 2006. He was born March 18, 1931. He was a retired telecommunications worker at Fort Richardson. He served in the Air Force and the U.S. Merchant Marines, and enjoyed 4-wheeling, fishing, camping, and snowmachining. Survivors include his children, Mike Schoonmaker, Karen Lord, Becky Saloka, Betty Austin, and Kim Hewitt; and 13 grandchildren. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery under the direction of Witzleben Family Funeral Home.

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SCOTT, Michael
WASILLA, ALASKA: Michael Lee Scott, 52, died April 29, 2006. He was born February 26, 1954. He held a degree in metals technology, and was an aircraft metals technologist. He retired from the U.S. Air Force, and was a tech sergeant and welding instructor. He was of the Baptist faith. He enjoyed camping, hunting, fishing and bowling. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor Scott; a stepdaughter; a stepson; 2 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren, his brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law; his cousins; and several nieces and nephews. Interment with military honors was at Aurora Wasilla Cemetery with arrangements by Valley Funeral Home and Crematory.

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SEE, Mike
HOONAH, ALASKA: Mike See died September 10, 2009. Services were held at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall. Arrangements were handled by Alaskan Memorial Park and Mortuary.

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SNIGEROF, Austinia
ATKA, ALASKA: Austinia Snigerof died November 7, 1905. She was born January 7, 1900 to Isedor and Zinovia Sokolnikof Snigerof. Burial was at the Unalaska Ciety Cemetery.

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STOWE, Roland
EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA: Roland David Stowe, 75, died January 31, 2002. He was born February 28, 1926. He retired from civil service at the Elmendorf Power Plant after 35 years, and formerly worked for the National Atmospheric and Space Administration. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Carol Stowe; his daughters, Cindy Bouwens and Kathy Stowe, both of Eagle River, and Julie Jones and Susan Hughes, both of Palmer; four sisters, Madonna Kauser of Minnesota, and Sally Morton, Mary Mitchell, and Jane Kerberg, all of California; and his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters; four brothers; and his parents. Interment of cremains with military honors was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Evergreen's Eagle River Funeral Home.

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TABOR, Roger
PALMER, ALASKA: Roger C. Tabor, 70, died December 12, 2008. He was born February 24, 1938 to Myrtle and Frank Tabor. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1955 to 1977, and did three tours of duty in Vietnam. He was the former owner of Muldoon Texaco in Anchorage, and was a retired manager at Knik Tire and Auto. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, skeet shooting, and camping. He is survived by his wife, Ginny Tabor; a daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie and Justin Morris; two sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Kim Tabor, and Tony and Cheri Tabor; a daughter-in-law, Chris Tabor; and 4 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Steven M. Tabor. Services were held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Wasilla. Interment was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery.

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TAKAK, Afonie
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Afonie Takak, 70, died October 14, 2009. He was born November 15, 1938. He was a commercial fisherman, and was a member of the Russian Orthodox Church. Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Annie Takak; three daughters, Brenda King, Nana Kalmakoff (Harry, Jr.), and Della Takak (Jerry Kalmakoff); two sisters, Clydia Kosbruk and Francis Larson; 13 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Annette Takak; and a grandson, John Kalmakoff. Religious services were held at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Chignik Lake. Interment was at St. Nicholas Church Cemetery under the direction of Alaskan Heritage Memorial Chapel.

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TALAMONI, Rev. Faatauvaa
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Rev. Faatauvaa Talamoni, 74, died September 27, 2003. He was born in American Samoa on July 12, 1929. He was a minister. Survivors include his wife, Faauliuli Fereti Talamoni; his daughters, Siaunofo Talamoni and Samaria Chisholm; his sons, Nuuese Talamoni, Talalelei Talamoni, and Fili Villanueva; and 6 grandchildren. Services were held at the First Samoan United Methodist Church. Burial was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Witzleben Funeral Home.

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TAUG, Rosita
JUNEAU, ALASKA: Rosita Mabel Taug, 54, died January 20, 1998. She was born January 18, 1944. She is survived by her mother, Edna M. James of Juneau; two daughters, Eleanor M. Robles and June M. Lee, both of Juneau; an aunt, Rebecca (Nick) Nelson of Juneau; an uncle, Kelly (Betty) James of Kake; and 3 grandchildren. Services were held at the Salvation Army Church.

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TOOTKAYLOK, Thomas
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Thomas West Tootkaylok, 64, died September 19, 2006. He was born August 3, 1942. He was a retired member of Carpenters' Union Local #1281, and enjoyed camping, hunting, and fishing. He is survived by two sons, Keith Tootkaylok and Glenn Tootkaylok; a daughter, Jewel Tootkaylok; four stepsons, Alvin Saccheus, Dean Giffin, Robert Bacon, and Fred Bacon; two sisters, Pearl Zoebisch and Dorothy Komakhuk; and three brothers, Reggie Komakhuk, Peter Komakhuk, and Charlie Komakhuk. Interment was at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery with arrangements by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

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VAUGHT, Gerald
SITKA, ALASKA: Gerald Ray Vaught, 54, died May 3, 2008. He was born February 24, 1954 to John Herman and Elige Lee Davis Vaught. He worked as a bartender at the Columbia Bar, the Kiksadi Club, and the American Legion, and also worked as a fisherman and logger. He enjoyed scuba diving, hunting, fishing, and bicycling. He was a member of the American Legion, and the Moose, Elks, and Eagles lodges. He is survived by his sisters, JoAnn and Gary Vertner of Otis, OR, Lola Denise Vaught and Greg Kautz of Juneau, and Mariane Stone and Ramona and Charles Ricks, all of Grandbury, TX; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Phillis Kay Vaught Rhodes and her husband, Dale. He was cremated.

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YAW, Robert
SITKA, ALASKA: Robert E. Yaw died January 11, 1946. He is listed as a World War II casualty from Alaska. He was born October 3, 1925. He is buried at the Sitka National Cemetery.

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YOO, Sungnam
FAIRBANKS, ALASAKA: Sungnam Yoo, 92, died May 20, 2010. He was born in North Korea on January 17, 1918 to Chanhung and Oknyeo Kim Yoo. He attended the Assembly of God Central Mission Church, and enjoyed reading, music, fishing and sewing. He is survived by his wife of over 40 years, Myong S. Yoo; and his daughters, Kaeok Lee of Fairbanks, Younghee Lee of Washington, DC, and Inja Lee of Seoul. Interment was at Birch Hill Cemetery under the direction of Fairbanks Funeral Home.

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ZABORAC, Carl
PALMER, ALASKA: Carl Zaborac, 69, died August 19, 2006. He was born July 23, 1937 to Stanley and Agnes Durand Zaborac. He retired from the Mat-Su Borough School District, and had attended the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. He was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska, the Moose Lodge, and the Elks Lodge. He enjoyed stamp collecting. He is survived by two sisters, Pat Stone and Shirley (Floyd) Ritter; a sister-in-law, Nell Zaborac; 12 nieces and nephews; and 15 great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, Stanley; a niece, Hilary; and a nephew, David. Interment was at Palmer Pioneer Cemetery under the direction of Kehl's Palmer Mortuary.