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Edward Leo Nygard

...federal retirement, Ed spent many years working as a repairman/handyman and amateur diesel mechanic. There wasn't anything Ed couldn't fix or install.After retirement, Ed and Shirley spent many years traveling the United States. Their annual...

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Lisle Francis Xavier Hebert Jr.

...some degree passing on the good they had given me. There is a spirit life alive and well right here on earth. We just don't always recognize its presence."Lisle is survived by his wife, Claire; his children, Paris of Seattle, Luciana (Daniel...

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Sherman Albert Johnson

...1974 and with the goal of putting together his old Harley 45 Flathead motorcycle, plus being told by his mother that "he didn't know how to do anything", Sherman decided to head off to Texas State Technical College in Waco, Texas, where he graduated...

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Anita Marie Barnes

...Pacifc Ocean for the frst time. They eventually settled in San Francisco.In 1971 the family moved to Juneau. When Anita wasn't caring for her family, she enjoyedvolunteering within her community at the Governor's annual Christmas Open Houses during the...

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Lyle T Martin Sr.

Life-long Juneau resident Lyle T Martin Sr., died Oct 6, 2016 at Bartlett Regional Hospital. Born May 30, 1940 to Elizabeth Samato Martin and Arthur Martin...

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Dorothy Coronell

...Kaach.gei. She belonged to the Eagle/Wolf Yanyeidi clan and was the great-great-granddaughter of Chief Anatlahash of the T'aaku Kwaan and Chief Kowee of the Aak'w Kwaan tribe.In the spring of 1953 she met the love of her life, Samuel B. Coronell...

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Rosalind Hermes

...rural Minnesota, before responding to a call for educators in Alaska. She and her good friend Avis Aamot, decided it couldn't hurt to give Alaska a try. So in 1948, they boarded the steamer S.S. Baranof in Seattle bound for Juneau, Alaska. Their...

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Helen Marie Wruck Gartner

...first civilian families to do so. They had to have a permit from the military which they got in Whitehorse. The highway wasn't opened to the public until 1948. They traveled in a 1934 Ford. They drove to Minnesota to visit family.In 1959, the Wrucks...

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Martin Frederick Schafer

...went to many places twice, except Antarctica. When he wasn't traveling, Bill enjoyed boating and fishing with friends. He...informal gathering to celebrate Bill's life will be held at T.K. Maguire's at the Prospector Hotel on Wednesday, August...

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Eugene William Fred

...tah) Hit Saati of Sitka Wolf House. Eugene recently was adopted into the Killerwhale Clan and given the Dakhl'aweidi name T'eet Las'aa (Killerwhale Sprouting in the Waves) by Edwell John Jr. This was in gratitude for being the caretaker of D'ahl'aweidee...

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