Ravenna Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Ravenna (Seattle, WA)

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  • Friday Jan 23 | via West Seattle Blog 

    Celebration of life on February 3rd for Jim Hartog, ...

    A celebration of Jim Hartog 's life is planned for February 3rd. Here's the remembrance his family is sharing: He received his early education at Holy Rosary School and graduated from O'Dea High School.


  • Thursday Jan 22 | via Capitol Hill Blog 

    Writer Dotty DeCoster remembered

    A nearly 50-year resident of Capitol Hill and First Hill died last week - CHS was lucky to call her a friend. Dotty DeCoster , who spent her last six years on First Hill after four decades on Capitol Hill, was a writer, researcher, and historian who often worked for little more than her love for some of her favorite subjects - the people, places - and sometimes birds - of Capitol Hill, First Hill, and Central Seattle.


  • Jan 1, 2015 | via Peninsula Daily News 

    Former Olson's Resort owner dies at 81; longtime ope...

    Arlen Olson, former operator of the namesake resort that served sports fishers for almost eight decades, died early Wednesday morning. His death at 81 came shortly after he finalized the sale of Olson's Resort to an Idaho couple who promised to continue running it as a family operation.


  • Dec 31, 2014 | via KATU-TV Portland 

    The most clicked KATU.com stories of 2014

    From the inspiring, to the sad, to downright strange - here are the top 10 most clicked stories on KATU.com: A strong wind storm in mid-November knocked out power for people across the northwest, and left people picking up after the toppled trees and debris. Here are some of the photos you sent us of what kind damage your neighborhood sustained.


  • Dec 29, 2014 | via KOMO News 

    Popular doorman brutally beaten in 2011 Belltown att...

    Matt Hale, the victim of a brutal beating in Belltown three years ago, died Saturday at 72. Hale was a doorman at the Seattle Heights condominiums who locals said was a huge Mariners fan and always full of useful tips. "If had any kinds of questions or anything about downtown, or the Mariners, or anything, he'd always know that information for you," said Harold Seaburg.