Jack James Lobdell
09/14/1927 - 01/09/2019
Beloved grandfather, father to four, friend to so many, and a man of so much love.
Please join us for his memorial at the Monroe Community Senior Center on February 9th from 1-3pm. There will be lots of photos, food, and a loving space to share your memories of him.
June 8, 1959 - September 15, 2018
Dave Frederickson died September 15, 2018 at his home from a pulmonary embolism while recovering from brief illness.
Dave was born June 8. 1959 in Everett Wa. and was a graduate of Snohomish High School.
He is survived by his wife Wanda, daughter Justeen, son Mike, grandchildren Tanner, Jeremia, Mikayla and Brandon. He is also survived by brothers Bob and Ernest, and his Aunt Pat Tuengel as well as many cousins and friends who will miss him greatly.
A celebration of life will be planned at a later date.
Michael A. Barnhart
June 6, 1935 – January 8, 2019
Michael A. Barnhart went home to the Lord on January 8, 2019.
He was born June 6, 1935 to Florence and Arthur (A.J.) Barnhart at Snohomish General Hospital. His paternal grandparents were Ellen and Fred Barnhart, whose pioneering spirit led them to Snohomish, WA in 1895. His maternal grandparents were Inge and Antone Tronsrud.
Mike was a 1953 graduate of Snohomish High School, where he was an All-Northwest league basketball player.
He served in the U.S. Army in Germany before returning to Everett, WA.
Mike worked for the U.S. Postal Service in Everett. He was the letter carrier for the same route for 25 years where he acquired many beloved friends along his route until his retirement in 1992.
Mike enjoyed collecting antiques, reconnecting with friends at class reunions, Snohomish County history, attending coin club, trading tokesn and the love of his life was playing Keno.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents, and his sister, Patricia; and his wife of 42 years, Audrey.
Mike leaves behind his cousins Luanne Ren, Jackie Hughes, Barbara and Bob Barnhart. He also leaves his best friend, Janet McCumber and his beloved Meow Cat; as well as many longtime friends and neighbors.
Mary Christine McMillan
December 28, 1954 – December 6, 2018
Mary McMillan, 63, from Snohomish, WA passed away while abroad on December 6, 2018. She was born Mary Christine Caskey on December 28, 1954 in Yokosuka, Japan to Robert and Wilma (Davies) Caskey, with older sisters Jonanne & Mikki. She married her high school sweetheart, Daniel James McMillan, on August 4, 1972.
Mary was a devoted wife and mother of 3, grandmother of 4, and great grandmother of 2. She was involved in the Christian Women’s Club in Skagit county during the 1980’s. Mary was active in the Society for Creative Anachronism for over 20 years (Baroness Meara Ferch Evan-Davies). She was a state certified home school teacher who volunteered for the Mukilteo School District.
Mary was a long-time employee of First Heritage/Columbia Bank in Snohomish Washington. Her interests included calligraphy, genealogy, quilting, ceramics, reading (J.K Rowling), and was known for her love of Christmas. Mary loved her family, and devoted herself to being the best mother, sister, grandmother or friend she could be. She was known for her selfless nature and devotion to those she loved.
She is survived by her sisters Jonanne Brown and Mikki Martin, her children Sean Michael McMillan (and wife Angela), Jered Matthew McMillan, and Laura Katherine Wilson (and husband Joseph). She was a loving grandmother to Raegan Danger McMillan, Daniel James McMillan II, Koll Ridley McMillan and Avanleigh Eris Erickson. She was blessed to be the great-grandmother of Silas James Tregoning and Brycen Gray McMillan. She was a loving aunt to Jennifer Brown, Melissa Martin, Ephraim Brown, Anna Brown, David Martin and Jedidiah Brown. She was preceded in death by parents, Robert and Wilma, her husband, Daniel, and nephew, P. Allen Brown.
Services will be held at Hawthorne Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 1825 E. College Way in Mount Vernon, WA on Saturday, December 22, 2018. A viewing will be from 10a.m.-1p.m., with the funeral/placement ceremony at 1 p.m., and the memorial/wake to follow.
Based on Mary’s love of Harry Potter and Christmas, it is encouraged to wear/accessorize something related to those items, as it would have made her smile to see it.
In lieu of flowers, The Mary Mac Memorial Fund has been established at all Columbia Bank branches.
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