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Marion Long dies at 85

Marion E. Long, 85, died June 11 in Anchorage of organ failure. He had moved there for kidney...

 

Andriesen: effective businesswoman, volunteer

Former gallery owner and summer resident Clare Andriesen, 84, died peacefully on May 8 at her home i...

 

Morgan valued humor, Tlingit identity

A memorial service for Albert Morgan (Kichgaaw E'esh, Killerwhale Fin House Klukwan) will be held...

 

Vogel was accomplished seamstress, homemaker

There will be a funeral for longtime resident Lola Vogel at the Haines Presbyterian Church...

 

Willard known for her kindness, grace and style

A memorial service is set for 3 p.m. Saturday at the Haines Presbyterian Church for Dorothy...

 

A plea for kindness among Martin's last wishes

At Rick Martin's memorial service Saturday at the Port Chilkoot Dock, his wife Rene told his life...

 

Fawcett found solace in family, music

Laura Fawcett, whose Tlingit name was Ee-tu-see-yi, died at home in Haines on March 7 of...

 

Long was faithful family member, friend

On Sunday friends and family of Pam Long, 59, filled the Haines Christian Center to celebrate her li...

 

Joneshill: former teacher, natural healer

Former Haines and Mosquito Lake School elementary teacher Barry Joneshill, 71, died Feb. 14 at his...

 

Black: former Haines city mayor, veteran

Dave Black, 82, former mayor and businessman, died of heart failure on Feb. 10 in Puyallup, Wash....

 

Phillips served his country, community

Friends and family of Milton Gregory Phillips, 68 laid him to rest at the Jones Point Cemetery on Jan. 8 before a memorial potluck at the ANB Hall....

 

Haddock was Uglys founder and family man

Family and friends will celebrate Gates Haddock's life on what would have been his 50th birthday, Ne...

 

Baker lived with flare and generosity

Suzanne Sharelle (Suzi) Baker died Dec. 7 at the University of Washington Hospital in Seattle of...

 

Hard man lived rugged life alone, with few friends

Ed Beitner was a sportsman who excelled at alpine hunting, a machinist and a stern, uncompromising man who taught his family the backcountry survival...

 

Skilled tradesman remembered as hard worker, loving father

For 23 years Mike Murphy (59) worked for Roger Schnabel at Southeast Roadbuilders. "We met in 1980,...

 

Mechanic loved his work; gave trusted advice

About forty friends gathered at Jones Point Cemetery Wednesday to pay last respects to Dave Dal Maso, who died suddenly on Sept. 30 of apparent heart...

 

Paulina Phillips taught Tlingit culture through song

Paulina Phillips was passionate about the songs, dances and stories that were the heart of her...

 

Bruce Gilbert: pioneering climber, community leader

When 34 year-old Bruce Gilbert arrived in Haines in 1965 with his bride Gail to teach school and...

 

Homesteader Loomis dies at 95

Former resident Bernard "Jerry" Loomis died July 5 in Toledo, Wash. following a brief illness. He...

 

Seabee Bieleski traveled widely

A rosary is scheduled 7 p.m. Friday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church for lifelong resident Tom...

 

Kelm volunteered, worked editing

Friends and neighbors paid last respects to Diana Kelm at a graveside service Friday hosted by her...

 

Song Nash was chef, entrepreneur

The funeral for Song Nash in Shoreline, Wash., Monday filled the 600 seats of St. Luke Catholic...

 

Don Petersen mined 45 years

Longtime Porcupine gold miner Don Petersen died May 1 following a fall at his Haines Highway home...

 

Ahmuty remembered for athleticism, enthusiasm

Former resident Kaci Ahmuty died in Bend, Ore. on April 25. She was 45 and had battled breast...

 

Sele served city and bank as clerk

Dorothy Sele, who worked as a clerk for the City of Haines and as a teller at the Haines bank, died...

 

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