Obituaries — July 21, 2021

Doris Lea Hopkins

Doris Lea Hopkins of Port Angeles died of Parkinson’s disease at her residence July 10, 2021.

She was 79.

Hopkins was born April 16, 1942.

A private memorial service has been scheduled.

Sign an online guestbook for the family at drennanford.com.

Greta Irene Grandstrom

Greta Irene Grandstrom of Sequim died of natural causes at her residence on June 27, 2021.

She was 91.

Grandstrom was born June 16, 1930.

A private memorial service has been scheduled at Riverton Crest Cemetery in Tukwila.

Daniel Carl Wilder Sr.

Daniel Carl Wilder Sr. of Port Angeles died July 9, 2021, at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle.

He was 72.

Wilder Jr. was born Sept. 14, 1948.

A private graveside service/burial was held.

A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date.

Sign an online guestbook for the family at drennanford.com.

Jayne Lord

1924 – 2021

Jayne Lord, a longtime Sequim resident, passed away peacefully in Seattle on Friday, June 25th at the age of 97.

She was born in Jeannette, Pennsylvania in 1924, the daughter of Hazel and Frank Rugh and the second of six children. Jayne attended Catwaba College before her marriage to John (“Jack”) Lord after a long courtship (they met in the first grade).

After the war, the couple moved to New York City where Jayne worked in retailing and Jack began a career in marketing. After giving birth to two children, the young family moved to Marion, Ohio in the mid-1950s where Jack eventually co-founded an award-winning advertising agency.

After retirement, the couple divided their time between homes in Sequim and St. Peterburg, Florida. For two decades, the Lords were active and popular in the Sunland community. Jayne enjoyed theater, golf, tennis, bridge and entertaining. She particularly loved gardening during the Northwest’s long summer days.

She is preceded in death by her husband who passed away in 2008. She is survived her son David and daughter Jacqueline of Seattle, their spouses Deborah Preston and James Copacino, along with four grandchildren and four great granddaughters.

Her 97-year journey was a Greatest Generation saga of sacrifice, perseverance and gratitude. Her family will cherish her legacy as a wise, loving, funny, gracious and resilient mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

TThe family has requested that contributions in her memory be made to Olympic Theatre Arts, PO Box 1474, Sequim, WA 98382.

Nelson Joseph Topper, III

May 29, 1971 – June 10, 2021

Please join us for a Celebration of Life for Nelson on Sunday, August 1st at 12 pm in the ballroom at Sunland Golf Club. 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim, WA. Reception to follow.

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