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Page A-22 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 19, 2014 Jo og e A Reputation Built on Service WATCH YOUR MAILFoR IMPORTANT NEWS ABOUT OUR $555 COMPLETE CREMATION, AND $1795 COMPLETE BURIAL SERVICE. CALL "Lee" Eberhardt Lee passed from this life on Friday, June 6, 2014 in Shelton, Washington. He was born on July 7, 1936 to Julius and Emma (Sippert) Eberhardt in Bentley, North Dakota. At the age of three months his family moved to Mountain View, California. He graduated from Mountain View Union High School in 1954 where he played football, baseball and was in the Marine Reserves. In 1955 he joined the Air Force for a four-year tour of duty, ending in 1959. During the summer of 1942, Lee met his future wife while riding their tricycles! They were childhood friends for years and married November 29, 1958. They would have celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary this year. Lee enjoyed camping, fishing, boating and golf. During his working career he was an operations manager for Hewlett Packard for 25 years as well as other small companies. He is survived by his wife, Margie; daughter LeAnn and grand-daughters Kacey and Amy Sherrell; daughter Cindy (Randy) Cruse and grand-daughters Katy and Dana Sanders, all of Crescent City, California; sister Laverne Borges of San Jose, California; brother Julius (Bud) and Barbara Eberhardt of Shelton and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents and by infant sister, Darlene. Lee will be remembered by his family and friends for his positive and caring attitude and his great smile! A private family memorial service will be held in Cannon Beach, Oregon at a later date. McComb & Wagner handled arrangements. ]3"1 ~ PAID OBITUARY NOTICE- F John Thomas Hogle, 87, a resident of Shelton, died June 11, 2014, at home. He was born Aug. 15, 1926, to Glen M. and Josephine S. (Barker) Hogle in Minneapolis. As the youngest of three children, John grew up on a farm in Mora, Minnesota, Vchere his love for the outdoors began. John joined the Navy and went on to honorably serve his country during World War II from 1943 to 1947, working on float- ing dry docks repairing ships in the Philippines. John spoke highly of his experience in the mili- tary and often said: "It is the best education." He learned his trade as an electrician while in the military and then went to work for Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton. Later, John retired from Manches- ter Fuel Depot in 1981, where he worked for 18 years and served his country for a total of 35. John enjoyed hunting, fishing and traveling. Most importantly, he en- joyed spending time with his wife and daughters, who said they will forev- er cherish the memories of fishing and camping trips, sitting by the fire and whittling with the first pocket knife their father gave them. John is survived by his wife of 62 years, June M. (Matson) Hogle; daughters Janet (Dan Jackson) Hogle, Joanne Schippmann and Joyce (Martin) Bevans; six grandchildren Serena (Erik) Zizumbo, Joshua and Grace Shippmann, and Jocelyn, David and Alana Bevans; four great-grandchildren Lowgin, Naomi and twins Kenzie and Kim- bra Zizumbo; and several nieces and nephews. John was preceded in death by his parents sim a e. economical, res aectfu and sisters Clara Belle Mitchell and Helen Sod- erstrom. A celebration of life will be at 1 p.m. June 20 at Shelton Presbyterian Church, 1430 E. Shelton Springs Road. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Funeral Home and Cre- matory. Mary Jane (Werner) Mary Sund Sund, 95, of Hoodsport, died June 8, 2014, at home. She was born June 29, 1918, to Frazier and Jane Werner in Seattle, and was the youngest of four children. Mary Jane graduated from Roosevelt High School in Seattle in 1936. She married Harold Sund on Jan. 13, 1940. The couple lived in Se- attle unti ! 1945, when they moved to Sund Rock on Hood Canal, where Harold's grandparents had homesteaded. After adjusting to the country life on the beach, Mary Jane enjoyed cooking and entertain- ing, sewing and church work, including teaching Sunday school for many years and raising five children. She is survived by children Sharon "Sharie" (Richard) Lakas; David (Sally) Sund; Sylvia (Bruce) Wilson and Sh- eryl (Randy) Endicott; daughter-in-law Cheryl Hungate Sund; grand- children John Lindal and Jennifer Fultz, Asher and Scott Sund, Jason and Nicholas Wilson, Emily Hageman, Betsy Bloomfield and Lucy and Luke Endicott; and 21 great-grandchildren. Mary Jane was pre- ceded in death by hus- band Harold; son Larry; and great-grandson Fisher. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m, June 29 at Hood Canal Com- munity Church in Hood- Doris Keller Doris E. Keller, 90, a resident of Shelton, died June 14, 2014, at home. ents are by For- est Funeral Home in Shelton. Ernestine Nicklaus Ernestine Nicklaus, 82, a resident of Shelton, died June 14, 2014, at Mason General Hospital in Shel- Debra Wood Debra Wood, 59, a resident of Shelton, ed June ton. sport. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Hood Canal Commu- nity Church. Betty Blackwell Betty Blackwell,93, a 58-year resident of Bel- fair, died June 1, 2014, at home. She was born Sept. 4, 1920, to Frank and Ethel (Towers) Bremer in Sedro-Woolley. Betty married Louis Blackwell on Dec. 12, 1939, in Everett. She worked as a cir- culation driver for the Bremerton Sun for 30 years. Betty loved gardening and solving all the prob- lems of all her children, her family said. She is survived by son Dwayne (Linda) Black- well and Richard (Car- rie) Blackwell of Belfair; daughters Norren Ham- ren of Bremerton and Jenette Blackwell of Bel- fair; grandchildren Bran- don (Leandra) McGuire of Bremerton, Michelle (Joe) Agana of Bremerton, Bryan (Ciss) Blackwell of Belfair, Troy (Sara) Blackwell of Belfair, Channing (Keith) Brown of New Mexico, Dossie Blackwell of Texas, Anna Britt of London, Josh Watson of Belfair and Lauren (James) Helwick of Belfair; and 17 great- grandchildren. Betty was preceded in death by husband Louis, son Kenneth Blackwell and grandson Kenneth McGuire. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Fu- neral Home and Crema- tory of Shelton. Dick Baxter Dick "Luke" Bax- ter, 73, an eight-year resident of Port Angeles, died May 23, 2014, in Everett. He was born Sept. 3, 1940, to Jesse Richard and Mary Louise Baxter in Stanford, Kentucky. Luke worked as a tim- ber cruiser for the Simpson Timber Co. He also retired from working as a build- ing inspector for Clallam County and from working as a damage estimator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He enjoyed hiking, hunting, fishing, photog- raphy and Shelton High School class reunions. He is survived by .chil- dren Cindy Louise Klein, Traci Lynn Baxter, Richard John Baxter and William Levi Baxter; and brother William Corne- lius Baxter. Luke was preceded in death by his first wife, Janna Carmen Baxter. A memorial will be at 3 p.m. June 28 at the Mason County Senior Activities Association at the Pavilion, 190 W. Sen- try Drive, Shelton. burial-cremation-preplonning000000"x..0000 TRUSTED 117years mccombwagner.com 360.426.4803 pr( En in of: in An