Obituaries — Nov. 7, 2018

Roy William Davis

Roy William Davis died at age 89 in Sequim on Oct. 10, 2018.

He was born in Phoenix, Ariz., on Sept. 30, 1929.

A service has been scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 14, at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colo.

Mary Ann Lewis

Mary was born June 6, 1938, in Yakima to Joseph and Laura (Haden) O’Neill. Mary had one brother, Jack. They lived in Wilbur for a short time and settled permanently in Yakima when Mary was 5. She graduated from Yakima High School in 1956. She married Kenneth (Jack) Lewis, November 24, 1956. They had 2 sons, Joseph Leroy and Jeffrey Thomas. Jack and Mary divorced in 1966.

Mary and the boys moved to Port Angeles. She worked many different jobs. A bartender at the Top Spot, a TV repair office manager, customer service for Sweets & Treats, store clerk for The Bosun’s Locker at John Wayne Marina and many others.

She married Mike Cummings in 1975. Mike & Mary adopted Becky Ann (Mary’s 16 year old niece) in 1978. They lived in Joyce for many years. They later divorced and she re-married Jack on November 24, 1993. They moved to Sequim in 2003, where she lived until her passing.

Mary was preceded in death by her father, mother, brother, son Joe, husband Jack and daughter Becky. She leaves behind son, Jeff (Karen) of Sequim; 1 stepson, Mark (Cris) of Yakima; four grandkids; Eric Potter of Wilmington, North Carolina, Jessica Potter of Cape Canaveral, FL, Melissa Lewis of Sequim and Kenneth Lewis of Yakima.

At Mary’s request there will be no services. She will be laid to rest at Sequim View Cemetery.

Robert Alan Dennis

March 7, 1952 – October 20, 2018

Robert Alan Dennis, was born March 7, 1952, in Omak, and died peacefully at home on October 20, 2018, in Port Angeles.

Robert spent 9 years in the U.S. Army as Military Police, E-6.

Robert is survived by his wife, Carol (Deck); mother, Patsy Joy Sutton of Sequim; sons, Jason Patrick (Lauren) Dennis of Port Angeles, Todd Alan (Angel) Dennis of Las Vegas, Nevada; daughter, Timmi Jai Dennis; sister, Michelle (“Mickey”) Joy (Robert) McCrorie of Sequim; brothers, Steven Alan Dennis of Port Angeles, Richard Alan (Corinne) Dennis of Sequim, Patrick Alan Dennis of Sequim, (“Rocky”) William Alan (Wanda) Dennis of Sequim; grandchildren, Brendan Alan Dennis of Port Angeles, Maddison Desiree Dennis of Sequim, Bryce Alan Dennis of Enumclaw, Cody Patrick Dennis of Port Angeles, Paige Parker of Port Angeles, and Bradyn Murphy of Port Angeles. Other surviving family includes the Decker Clan, the Sutton Clan, and the Dennis Clan.

At Robert’s request, there will be no services.

Bill Thomas

Bill Thomas was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, at a time when the sky was bright blue and Griffith Park was nearby to a boy who loved horses. He left college after a few years, going back later to earn his degree in business. He joined the U.S. Navy, and then transferred to the U.S. Air Force where his pilot’s training led to his lifeÕs work, a Pan Am 747 Captain flying the Pacific Routes. Flying was one of the loves of his life; the other was his family.

In 1957, Bill married Lois in Philadelphia. Last September, they celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary. He was an exceptional father to this three daughters, Michele, Danielle and Martine. He taught them to swim, to ski, horsemanship and responsibility. He saw that all of his daughters finished school with degrees that would ensure lifetime careers.

His avocation in later life was growing grapes in a vineyard in Temecula, California, when Temecula was just beginning to be recognized as a wine region. Bill and Lois spent the last twenty years of his life in Sequim where dementia began to take hold of his life. The family is deeply indebted to Sherwood Assisted Living where Bill spent the last four years of his life. Their loving compassionate care will always be remembered.

He is survived by his wife, his daughters and his grandchildren, Evan and McKenna. While we will all deeply miss him, he is free now and with the Lord in his heavenly home.

George L Woodriff

June 30, 1942 – October 20, 2018

In Memory of George L. Woodriff

George was born to Ruth C. and George L. Woodriff Sr. on June 30, 1942, in Crescent City, California. George is survived by his true love, Bonnie of 57 years, all four of his children, 12 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, and two great grandchildren that are due December 2018 and February 2019. George will be watching all from above.

George was employed in many fields including: Logging, McDonalds, Alaska Mushers, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Sequim Senior Center, Tri-Care Senior Center. George retired and spent the last of his years on his property in Diamond Point that he loved.

George loved working with his flowers, spending time with the love of his life, Bonnie, and dogs, Bruno and Mocha. George will be remembered by his family and many friends in his life. Celebration of life to be held at Eastern Hills Church 91 Savannah Ln, Sequim, WA 98382 on November 10, 2018 at 11:30 a.m.

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