At her prior request, there were no services.
Norma V. “Miki” Stirling
An amazing woman who always loved, laughed, & lived life to the fullest was taken by dementia & Celiac’s disease.
Raised on an Iowa farm, she also lived in Galapagos Islands, Oregon, Ohio, & California, calling Western Washington home for most of her life.
Retired from Boeing, she also worked in real estate and as a caregiver/CNA. Miki’s pets, plants, traveling, casinos, & craft projects with friends brought much joy.
Her love survives in her husband Walter Jorgensen; children Heidi & Shawn Walter; Matthew & Rebecca Jorgensen, and Carl August & Danille Jorgensen; siblings Diane Akers, Donald Leon McElwain, & John McElwain; grandchildren Jeffery, Keaton, Colin, & Olea; along with countless family & friends.
Miki recognized and brought out the beauty in everyone she met. Memorial services will be held on April 13th in King County, details forthcoming.
Robert Dale Lindecrantz
Robert Dale Lindecrantz, 76, of Sequim, was born on June 11, 1936, and left this world to be with his Lord and his loving wife of 53 years, Phyllis May Lindecrantz, on February 22, 2013, after his battle with cancer. He will be greatly missed by all.
Robert was employed by the Boeing Company for many decades. After his retirement, Robert enjoyed many different hobbies and areas of interest including spending time traveling with his wife, Phyllis, conversing with his many ham radio acquaintances, refurbishing watches and electronic items such as radios, as well as stamp and coin collecting. Robert will be sadly missed by many who came to know him.
Robert Lindecrantz is survived by his son Carl, daughter Carrie Lee, brother Leon and sister Linda of Scandia, Kan.; and many loving grandchildren, cousins and nieces and nephews.
Ronald Taylor passed away on February 27, 2013. He was born in Corvallis, Oregon, in 1932, to Nash O. Taylor and Florence Barfoot Taylor. He married Mary Miller in 1961.
He was greatly loved and admired by his family for his calm nature and deep faith. He spent several years volunteering in prison and jail ministries. He graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Parks and Recreation, and spent his career working with city, county, and state park agencies. He was an advocate for parks and personally enjoyed camping, hiking, and cross-county skiing.
His hobby in carpentry gave him the skills to help build the family home in Olympia, WA, where they lived for 20 years, and in 1997 he and his wife, Mary, moved to Sequim.
He is survived by his wife Mary, daughter Amy Samuels and son-in-law, Jeff Samuels of Oak Harbor, WA, daughter Beth Lippold and son-in-law, Nicholas Lippold of Pasco, WA, three grandchildren, Hannah Samuels, Kenneth Lippold, and Joseph Lippold, his brother Orlin Taylor and sister-in-law Bonnie Taylor of Orange City, FL, and brother-in-law Philip Miller and sister-in-law Barbara Miller of Boring, OR. A memorial service is not planned at this time.