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OBITU00tRIES Betty Jane Ladd Greenfield Betty Jane Ladd Greenfield, 84, a resi- dent of Shelton, died Feb. 3, 2014. She was born Sept. 10, 1929, in Tolley, N.D., to Hattie Hart and Ladd Lawrence. She married Kenneth Greenfield on Dec. 16, 1951, in Shelby, Mont. Betty was a home- maker, nurses' aide, gatekeeper at Land Yacht Harbor and a mobile home court manager. She enjoyed travel- ing, camping and play- ing cribbage and other card games. She had an extensive collection of cat trinkets, and liked spending time with family and friends. Curtis Sapp Dr. Curtis Sapp of Olympia passed away on February 3, 2013. He was born on August 12, 1950 in Seattle, Washington to Floyd and Betty Sapp. As a child, his family moved around a lot and he spent parts of his childhood in both California and Washington. He attended the University of Washington where he earned a degree in Pharmacy. During his undergraduate studies he married Linda Wolph. After completing his undergraduate degree he was admitted to the University of Washington School of Dentistry. He excelled in this environment and graduated as a member of the prestigious Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Society. Upon completion of dental school Curt and Linda moved to Connecticut so that he could pursue a degree in Orthodontics from the University of Connecticut. In 1980 Curt moved to Olympia. Here he opened Orthodontic practices in Olympia and Shelton where he would go on to practice for nearly 30 years. Throughout his accomplished career he was an active member in the dental community of the Puget Sound. Curt was a founding member of the Thurston-Mason County Dental Society where he served as an officer twice and president once. He also worked on the cleft palate board for Thurston County with a team of specialists. Towards the end of his career he very much enjoyed volunteering as a part-time faculty member at the University of Washington working with first year students. Curt was also very active within the community of Olympia. He was a long time Rotary member and enjoyed many of the local festivals and gatherings including Super Saturday, Lakefair, Oysterfest, the farmer's market, etc. His hobbies included sea and river kayaking, snow skiing, working out at the Valley, playing with his dogs, and attending Huskies and Sonics games. He was also a blues and rock music enthusiast and had a passion for American made cars, especially Corvettes. Most of all, though, Curt enjoyed spending time and participating in the lives of his son's Jagger and Hunter and his current wife Sharon. Curt will be remembered for his generous and gregarious nature. He is survived by Hunter and Jagger Sapp (Meghan), his wife Sharon Sapp, and his sister Cheri Enevold (Steve). A funeral will be celebrated on Saturday, February 15th at 11:00 a.m at Gloria Dei Lutheran, 1515 Harrison Ave NW, Olympia, Wa 98502. It will be preceded by a viewing starting at 10:00 a.m. and a reception will follow. E}] Paid Obituary Notice rE Page A-18- Mason County Journal- Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 Betty is survived by daughter Judy Hooper (Randy) of Aberdeen; sons Jeffery Green- field (Diane) of Shel- ton, James Greenfield of Shelton and Joe Greenfield (Debbie) of Hoquiam; daughter-in- law Martha Greenfield of Shelton; and many grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Kenneth; son John; brothers Wayne Arland and George Arland; sisters Clara Kanduch and Edna Ev- ans; and nephew Alvin Landa. A graveside service will take place in Shel- by, Mont., at a later date. A family gather- ing took place in Shel- ton on Feb. 8. Robert Hoss Robert Dryden (Bill) Hoss, 92, a resident of Tacoma, died Feb. 6, 2014, in Tacoma. He was born Oct. 21, 1921, in Seaside, Ore., to Robert D. and Geor- gie (Talbott) Hoss. He served in the Marine Corps, and married Dolores Ash- kar in 1944. The couple recently celebrated their 69th wedding an- niversary. Bill graduated from Washington iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii!i!!!!! ii,,iiii?,i!!iil;i!i!;i! High School and Reed College in Portland, Ore., and from Mas- sachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering. After his service, he worked for Minneapolis Honeywell in Portland, Anchorage, Alaska, and Minne- apolis, and then began working for Weyer- haeuser in 1956. He started as a design en- gineer, became a proj- ect engineer and then the company's first manager of information services, in Tacoma. Bill ultimately ended his career with Weyer- haeuser in Longview as southwest Washing- ton regional manager. After retirement, he continued to work as a consultant for about 10 years. Bill volunteered in many capacities, from Little League coach and umpire, Boy Scout leader, and el- ementary school math and reading tutor to board member and president of Monticello Hospital, Longview Country Club, and many other founda- tions and boards. He was the men's golf club champion and senior L FAMILY FUN I17 4 ...... o 41 club champion at the country club. He shot his age for many years. Bill's other interests included gardening and bad jokes. He is survived by Dolores; children Mad: eline (Dan), Robert (Wendy) and Richard (Martha); grandchil- dren Kelly (Kirsten), Robin (Scott), Allison, Tyler (Danielle), Cory (Brittany), Emily (Eric), Matt (Michelle) and Jennifer; and eight great-grandchil- dren. See OBITUARIES on pageA-19