Vancouver Obituaries

Vancouver Obituaries

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  • Sunday Jul 17 | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer 

    Farmer's wish for donated land coming to fruition

    This photo taken July 8, 2016, shows donated land near the intersection of Northeast 72nd Avenue and Northeast 78th Street in Vancouver, Wash. Clark County farmer Elizabeth Swanson, who died in April at the age of 99, was always a quiet, private person, her stepson Orin Swanson said.

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  • Friday Jul 15 | via Wenatchee World 

    Jennifer Franza

    Jennifer lived in the Vancouver area until she attended and graduated from Western Washington University. It was at Western where she met and married her husband, Mike Franza.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via Willamette Week 

    Vancouvera s Tap Union Freehouse Is Here to Finally ...

    Real estate booms are like high tide in a winter storm. Yes, the surge is dangerous and destructive to many, but it's also the only time the sand on the top edge of the beach is finally cleansed of all the bottle caps, used condoms and half-burnt logs otherwise trapped forever.

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  • Monday Jun 27 | via Daily Jefferson County Union 

    Raymond F. Kessenich, 84, Lake Mills, Two Rivers

    Raymond F. Kessenich, 84, of Lake Mills, formerly of Two Rivers, died peacefully, surrounded by his family, on Thursday, June 23, 2016, at Alden Estates of Jefferson. While living in Two Rivers, he was an active member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church, Roncalli High School Board of Directors and Kiwanis.

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  • Jun 24, 2016 | via People 

    Heaven or Hospital Mom Says Her Daughter's Legacy is...

    For Michelle Moon , the 10 days since her daughter, Julianna Snow , died have been a rollercoaster of emotions. "It's up and down," Moon, 43, tells PEOPLE.

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  • Jun 21, 2016 | via CNN 

    A tea party to say goodbye to Julianna Snow

    And so friends and family arrived Saturday morning at City Bible Church in Vancouver, Washington, in floral print dresses and shocking pink polo shirts, brightly colored boas and sparkly bolero ties to celebrate the life of Julianna Yuri Snow. Julianna, who had an incurable neuromuscular disorder, chose heaven over the hospital , and last week, she died, going to heaven on her own terms.

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  • Jun 21, 2016 | via WPMT-TV York 

    Tea party funeral for the girl who chose heaven over...

    And so friends and family arrived Saturday morning at City Bible Church in Vancouver, Washington, in floral print dresses and shocking pink polo shirts, brightly colored boas and sparkly bolero ties to celebrate the life of Julianna Yuri Snow. Julianna, who had an incurable neuromuscular disorder, chose heaven over the hospital, and last week, she died, going to heaven on her own terms.

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  • Jun 21, 2016 | via GantDaily.com 

    Heaven over hospital: A tea party to say goodbye to ...

    And so friends and family arrived Saturday morning at City Bible Church in Vancouver, Washington, in floral print dresses and shocking pink polo shirts, brightly colored boas and sparkly bolero ties to celebrate the life of Julianna Yuri Snow. Julianna, who had an incurable neuromuscular disorder, chose heaven over the hospital, and last week, she died, going to heaven on her own terms.

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  • Jun 21, 2016 | via CNN 

    Heaven over hospital: A tea party to say goodbye

    And so friends and family arrived Saturday morning at City Bible Church in Vancouver, Washington, in floral print dresses and shocking pink polo shirts, brightly colored boas and sparkly bolero ties to celebrate the life of Julianna Yuri Snow. Julianna, who had an incurable neuromuscular disorder, chose heaven over the hospital , and last week, she died, going to heaven on her own terms.

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