Obituaries — Aug. 31, 2022

Donald Hall

January 27, 1932 – July 23, 2022

Past Sequim City Councilman, Donald Hall, passed away peacefully in his sleep on July 23rd, 2022.

Don was born in January 1932 to Harold and Mary Hall of Warwick, R.I. He, and his older brother George, grew up and went to school in that town. Donald spent 4 years in the Air Force, in the Air Defense Command, during the Korean War.

After discharge from the Air Force, Mr. Hall went to work for various businesses and developed a career as a Quality

Assurance Manager. He married his childhood sweetheart, June Johnson, in 1956. They raised two boys, Kris and Kyle.

Don retired in January 1995. He and June moved to Sequim, WA. Donald spent the next 12 years working for

the City of Sequim in various volunteer positions, such as the Planning Commission and the Parks Board. Mr Hall also served on the City Counsel for 10 years.

Don was a member of Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church. He assisted in the building the church on North Sequim Avenue.

Mr. Hall was a lifelong woodcarver, and many of his carvings sold in Port Angeles or Sequim stores.

Mr. Hall is survived by sons, Kris Hall of West Virginia, and Kyle Hall of Sequim.

A Memorial Service will be held at Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church, 925 N Sequim Ave, on Thursday, Sept 1st, at 10am.

Tiffany Reader

11-01-1982 – 07-20-2022

Tiffany Reader passed away on 7/20/2022. Tiffany was born on 11/03/1982 to Carol Reader and Marvin Thorstensen. She is survived by her daughter Kaylee Brown, and her many beloved extended family and friends.

Tiffany lived nearly her whole life in Happy Valley. In the early years, her mother Carol would have the field mowed into a maze, where neighborhood kids would spend hours playing under the Sequim sun. Tiffany at a very young age showed a great propensity for art and won several honors for her talents. She contributed a great deal of effort to get the funding for our Sequim skate park. She had a passion for art and skating that inspired the elders of our community to get involved with their youth. She had a deep connection with animals and over the years lovingly tended to a variety of stray pets in need of a home.

Tiffany and her mother Carol both welcomed all the misfits into their fold. Their home was a safe space where you could be honest and receive love and compassion. Tiffany had a talent for bringing in humor and raw honesty into a difficult conversation. She was a trend setter and a natural leader.

Our family would like to invite relatives and family to join us in a Celebration of Tiff’s life on September 10th at 3:00 pm. This will be potluck style, so bring your favorite dish to share. In lieu of flowers please consider mailing a donation to Reflections Counseling Service Group, PO Box 478, Port Angeles, WA 98362.