Norma Lou Finer
1933 – 2016
Norma Lou Finer, 83 passed peacefully on September 5th, 2016. She was born on January 4th, 1933 in San Luis Obispo, California. She was one of eight children who were raised on the farm in Snohomish, Washington. Norma graduated from Snohomish High School where she excelled in music with a beautiful voice and also enjoyed poetry. Norma married Robert Bannworth in 1951. From this marriage she had a son Robert. In 1955 she married George Finer and she had three children Kim (Daryl) Langenberg, Julie, and Jim (Sharon) along with 15 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
Norma was preceded in death by her mother and father William Lester and Edith Belle Henrickson and her siblings Arnold and(Teresa) Henrickson, Lee and( Eileen) Henrickson, Harley Henrickson, Evelyn and (George) Pearl, Lawrence Henrickson, Ernest Henrickson and Shirley Henrickson. Survivors include Joyce and Virginia Henrickson, sister in-laws.
Norma enjoyed volunteering for Unity Hospice after her retirement. She was awarded Volunteer of the Year. Norma loved sports especially football where she cheered on the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks. Her true pride and joy were her kids.
The Memorial Service will be held in Seattle, Washington, Friday, September 23 at 11:00AM at Westwood Christian Community Church, 9252 16th Ave. SW. Seattle, Washington.
Edward Jenner Williams
1942 – 2016
Edward Jenner Williams was born July 31, 1942; and died August 21, 2016, doing what he loved, helping others enjoy the natural world. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dorothy Warner Williams and Edward Hamilton Williams, and his brother David Williams.
He is survived by his wife Anne (Myrick) Williams, son Shane and wife Bonny, grandson Zopher; daughter Stephanie and spouse Brian, and son Nathaniel; brother Richard, sister Karolyn Williams Sherman, nephews Mark, Chris and Paul, and nieces Theresa Ann Sherman Overton,Jayme Williams and Amanda Williams Baxstrom.
Jenner graduated from Snohomish High School in 1961. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps, worked in local fire suppression, and attended WWU, then formed his own landscaping business, which he operated successfully for nearly 49 years. His hard work, generosity, and inspired vision kept him constantly in demand; besides strong relationships, he also leaves behind many beautiful landscape features.
He spent his more than seven decades cultivating deep and wide roots in the area, especially among classmates and Boy Scout families, as he was the Outdoor Recreation Advisor for Troop 356 for many years. He made new friends and kept the old - he was the goldest of all, a hub of many spokes, the quiet, wise man.
Jenner‘s broad shoulders easily carried the burdens of responsibility; offering wisdom, discernment, and grace for everyone he dealt with. He was a man who got things done - beautifully, efficiently, and excellently. He loved sharing the wonders of God’s creation on land and on the water and was an inspiration to many, many people.
A memorial service will be held September 24 at 2:00 pm, at New Life Center, Everett, 6830 Highland Drive, Everett.
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