Obituaries

Obituary and Death Notice posting is a free service provided by KMAS News Radio. Please send your Obituaries or Death Notices to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  May attach a photo.

Denny Howard “Dennis” Fuller

Fuller_D.jpgDenny Howard “Dennis” Fuller, 65, a life long Shelton resident, died at his home Thursday, August 9, 2012.  He was born in Shelton on April 27, 1947 to Howard D. and Ruth (Miller) Fuller. 
Denny graduated from Irene S. Reed High School in 1965 and in 1986 he married Joanna R. Whitener.  He was a self-employed logger owning and operating his own company, Fuller Logging and Trucking, for 45 years.  He was a member of the Shelton Masonic Lodge Mount Moriah #11. 
Denny was a yachtsman and enjoyed horse backing in the mountains with family, hunting, fishing, snorkeling, landscaping, in high school he enjoyed football and earned a scholarship from high school choir.   He was a jokester and was known for his sense of humor and Denny was an outdoorsman when not working hard seven days a week. 
He is preceded in death by his parents; Howard and Ruth Fuller; sister, Eloise Wokojance.
Denny is survived by his wife, Joanna Fuller of Shelton, WA; son, Jason Fuller (Irina) of Shelton, WA; daughters, Mary Anne Macaw of Prescott, WA, Suzi Fuller of Wasilla, AK, Kati Fuller of Shelton, WA; sisters, Joann Hunter (Jim) of Shelton, WA, Beverly Wallace of Walla Walla, WA, Gail Brewer, Shelton, WA; grandchildren, Sterling Stapelton, Prescott, WA, Dezeray, Heather and Joe Ball all of Silverdale, WA and Lexi Fuller of Shelton, WA; one great grandchild; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.  Memorial donations may be sent to American Cancer Research, 2120 First Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109.  The funeral service will be at the Seventh day Adventist Church on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 10:00 am with viewing from 9:00 am to 10:00 am the same day.  Burial will be at Shelton Memorial Park after the service.

 

Mary E. Lawrence

Lawrence-Mary-E.jpgMary Esther Lawrence, 94, (formerly of Olympia), passed away peacefully at her residence in Shelton, WA on Saturday, August 4, 2012. Mary was born on March 10, 1918 to Elmer and Marie (Schratke) Hofstetter in Baltimore, MD. Being born and raised in Baltimore, Mary attended high school, graduating in 1936 and obtained secretarial skills at a vocational school.
She met John Franklin Lawrence at a dance and was married in December of 1949 while he was enlisted in the Army.
Mrs. Lawrence worked for a period of time for an insurance company in Baltimore before becoming a full time wife, mother and homemaker. Her husband’s career took them to many areas including California where they resided until relocating to Washington during the mid 1970’s.
Mary attended the First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, WA during their residency there. Her hobbies were gardening and needlepoint. Mary was an avid reader and enjoyed board games, especially Scrabble.
She is survived by her daughter, Colleen Lawrence, Olympia; son, Wayne (Claudia) Lawrence, Washougal, WA; grandchildren, April Stoffer, Paul Stoffer and Andrew Lawrence; great grandchildren, Aleena Martin and Wheelin Larm; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
She is preceded in death by husband in 2006.
At Mrs. Lawrence’s request, no services will be held. The family was served by McComb Funeral Home.

 

Patricia May Carroll (Kinnaman)

Patricia May Carroll (Kinnaman) was born in Carlisle, Washington on May 1, 1940 (She never liked to reveal her age) and left this earth on June 28, 2012.  She went to school in Moclips, Washington and graduated from high school in 1958.  She went to college and became a civil engineer. She retired from the City of Seattle in 2004. 
 
She is survived by her sons Thomas H Erickson and Robert R Erickson, her daughter Debra L Kinnaman, her grandson Gerald S Kinnaman, and her sisters Elisabeth Love and Marilyn Crowell.  She is also survived by a very large spiritual family.