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Pge A-22 - Ma,,on 6aunty Journal - Thursday, Fob. 27, 201 4 'ST Shehon - (360) 427-8044 Toni R. "Krazi" Britton L Krazi Britton passed away after a stroke on February 14, 2014 in Shelton, Washington, at the age of 47. She was born January 23, 1967 to Robert Wilson and Nancy Cooper in Glendale, California. A 24-year resident of Western Washington, she is survived by son, Jeremy Britton of Burbank, California; daughter, Megan Gilman of Castaic Lake, California; mother, Nancy Jacobson; and sisters, Robynn Frame of Quartz Hill, California, Sheri Bardin of San Bernardino, California, and Rachel Moreaux of San Rafael, California. Service date pending. Please leave memories at www. FuneralAlternatives.org. - PAID OBITUARY NOTICE - f We're Here To Help -1 with your obituary or other J advertising needs. Call 426-4412 COMPLETE CREMATION (Basic Merchandise and Tax Included- No Hidden Fees) Reg. $765 NOW ONLY $599indod00, Biodegradable Container Ted Bianchi Ted Bianchi, 73, a resi- dent of Belfair, died Feb. 17, 2014. He was born Nov. 6, 1940, in Grandview to Delph and Anna (Bor- dwell) Bianchi. He married Marlene Baird on Aug. 1, 1958, in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Ted was a roofer, sider and restaurateur. He en- joyed the outdoors, includ- ing fishing, camping and hunting. He was also a fan of competitive sports, and loved the Seahawks. He was a member of the North Mason Eagles in Belfair for six years and coached youth football. Ted was a fan of history, reading and traveling, es- pecially to historical areas. He was preceded in death by his mother, fa- ther, mother-in-law and father-in-law. He is survived by daughters Teddi (Jay) Cantrell of Stanwood, Terri (Tim) Bianchi of Brier, Tammi Bianchi of Belfair; grandchildren Teighler, Jessi, Dane, Lindsey and Hailey; sis- ter Mona (JD) Edwards of Sflverdale; brother Tom (Louise) Bianchi of Grandview; in-laws Larry (Alice) Baird of Auburn and Kim Baird Carner of Marysville; and muner- ous nieces and nephews. A service will take place at I p.m. March i the North Mason Eagles Club in Belfair. Burial will be at the Little Natches Hunting Grounds. Memorial donations can be made to the Eagles or the American Cancer Society. Donna Davis Donna L. (Lyon) Davis, 62, a resident of Shelton, died Feb. 17, 2014. She was born June 28, 1951, in Shelton to Don and Lois (Perry) Lyon. She married Harry Davis in 1973 in Shelton. The marriage ended in his death. She was also married to Perry Rollins and Byron Thompson. Both marriages ended in divorce. Donna was in environ- mental health at Little Creek Casino Resort, and was a manager at local bingo halls. She was disabled from a work inci- dent for the last 12 years. She loved playing games on Pog0.com, and enjoyed crossword puz- zles and listening to fam- ily members who needed a sohnding board. She enjoyed spending time with her family. She is survived by sons Robert and Michael Davis of Shelton; brothers Ted and Jim Lyon of Shelton; sisters Cindy Hyman and Barbara "Bunny" Lyon of Shelton; mother Lois Perry of Shelton; grand- children Jesse, Jasmine, Asley and Zack; great- grandchildren Dillon and Tanner; and many nieces and nephews. 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James Foran James Foran, 54, a resident of Belfair, died Feb. 18, 2014, at Har- rison Medical Center in Bremerton. He was born April 14, 1959, in Hot Springs, S.D., to Willard and Jan- tice (Ham) Foran. In Jim's earlier years, he was an accomplished skidder operator in the forest industry in the Black Hills of South Da- kota. After an accident, he moved to Belfair, where he worked as a tow truck driver. He was known to many as "Tow Truck Jim." He was an avid rock hound, and had an eye for unique treasures many people wouldn't even no- tice. In his earlier years, he also enjoyed hunting deer and elk, and liked fishing in lakes near where he grew up. He was preceded in death by his father, Wil- lard, and his younger brother, Steve. He is survived by son Dakota of Osmond, Neb.; mother Jantice of Belfair; brother Willard (Chris) of Belfair; sister Rhonda Otiker of Custer, S.D.; and many friends and rel- atives across the country. James' ashes will be scattered by the family in the Black Hills area of South Dakota, per his wishes. Arrangements are by Tuell-McKee Funeral and Cremation Services of Bremerton. Virginia Grout Virginia June (Pow- ell) Grout, 90, a resident of Union, died Feb. 11, 2014, at Mason General Hospital. She was born June 4, 1923, in Dallas, Ore., to Alfred and Evelyn Powell. She married Curtis B. Grout on May 18, 1941, in Oregon. They later moved to Bremerton. Her family said that she and her husband remembered watching ships come and go from the Navy shipyard in Bremerton. She lived in Union for 72 years. She worked at Shelton Title Company, the Ma- son County Courthouse and bought Home Gas Company in Hoodsport with her husband in 1963. They sold the business to their son, Steven, in 1981. She is survived by daughter Judith; sons Ste- ven and Christopher; eight grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis, in 1987. The family is having a private service at a later date. Burial will be at Shelton Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Mc- Comb & Wagner Funeral Home and Crematory. Shirley Sechler. Shirley L. Sechler, 87, a 40-year resident of Grapeview, died Feb. 17, 2014, in Shelton. She was born March 22, 1926, in Orting to Wil- liam Henry and Juanita Mueller. She married Alvin Sechler in June 1967 in Tacoma. She was previ- ously married to Richard Finch. Shirley worked as a bookkeeper for an auto house. She was a member of the Bayshore Ladies' Golf Club. She is survived by her husband, Alvin, of Alpine Way in Shelton; her sons Dennis Finch of Puyallup and Richard Finch of Sac- ramento, Calif.; stepdaugh- ters Patty Steen of Anchor- age, Alaska, and Sandy Williams of Indio, Calif.; and brothers Jerry Muel- ler of Anaheim, Calif., and Fred Mueller of Shelton. She was preceeded in death by her son Jerald Finch and her sister Col- leen Westby. A memorial has been scheduled March 8, 2014, at Mt. 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