Bellingham Obituaries

Bellingham Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Bellingham, WA

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  • Sunday Aug 12 | via Wenatchee World 

    Tam M. F. Hutchinson

    After elementary school, he attended and graduated from Queen Ann High School in Seattle. He attended Humboldt University in California, where he played football, before a knee injury stopped his playing career short.

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  • Thursday Aug 2 | via Marshall Independent 

    Barbara Seaman

    Services for Barbara Lou Seaman, 78 of Redwood Falls will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Nelson-Hillestad Funeral Home in Redwood Falls with burial of cremains in the Redwood Falls Cemetery to follow. Arrangements are with Nelson-Hillestad Funeral and Cremation Service of Redwood Falls.

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  • Jul 14, 2018 | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Iconic rock near Bellingham tells many community sto...

    For decades, a boulder perched above Interstate 5 about four miles south of the city has served as the community's billboard - a public spot on the side of the road to paint messages of celebration, love and loss. Over the years, people have wondered who was the first to paint what's been called "graffiti rock," "the rock," "Bellingham rock" and "Samish rock."

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  • Jul 14, 2018 | via Bellingham Herald 

    Iconic rock near Bellingham tells many community sto...

    For decades, a boulder perched above Interstate 5 about four miles south of the city has served as the community's billboard - a public spot on the side of the road to paint messages of celebration, love and loss. Over the years, people have wondered who was the first to paint what's been called "graffiti rock," ''the rock," ''Bellingham rock" and "Samish rock."

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  • Jul 10, 2018 | via Bellingham Herald 

    Nearly five decades worth of paint cover this Whatco...

    For decades, a boulder perched above Interstate 5 about four miles south of the city has served as the community's billboard - a public spot on the side of the road to paint messages of celebration, love and loss. Over the years, people have wondered who was the first to paint what's been called "graffiti rock," "the rock," "Bellingham rock" and "Samish rock."

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