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A4 Mercer Island Reporter Wednesday, April 29, I998 Threat The SE. 79 messag mitic n . . I Malici Nita Fielding , A re ’ ' thrown Nita Fleldmg p0 . ,. ) ment b Maura Barre" Magnan, N‘mW I’d‘ktr'w" Nita Fielding, 86, died Thursday, April 2 ' April 23 on Mercer Island. place 5 Mrs. Fielding was born Jan. 21, i“ . 1912 in Stanwood, Wash. b Preceded in death by her husband, A ( on the 1 Nancy Parker-West. 35, died at her Darol V. Fielding, she is survived by way w Maura Bartel] Magnan, 30, died home in Bellevue. Wednesday. April her sister, Shirley Magner of Camano after a long illness, Thursday. April 9 in Bellevue. She was a resident of Mercer Island since I993. Mrs. Magnan was born’May 8, I967 in Seattle. She attended Forest Ridge, School of The Sacred Heart, Interlake High School, Bellevue and Seattle University. A devoted wife and mother, she was dedicated to her faith and her family. Mrs. Magnan was an involved parent at St. Monica’s Elementary School and at Pixie Hill Preschool where her children attend- ed school. She enjoyed all outdoor activities. including hiking and ski~ ing. Mrs. Magnan was a member of Regnum Christi, a Catholic Lay Movement, an Alumna of the Sacred Heart and a member of St. Monica’s 22, alter a courageous battle with can~ cer. Mrs. Parker-West graduated from Mercer Island High School in I980, lat- cr graduating from Western Washington University. Until recently. she worked as a merchandising representative for Levis in the Seattle area. She is survived by her husband Douglas West; mother Ginny Parker of Basalt, Colo; brothers: Randy Parker and David Parker of Santa Barbara, Calif. and Basalt. Colo; grandmoth~ er Lannice Jones of Tucson, Ariz. and many close friends. She will also be missed by her two beloved dogs, Casey and Bruner. Her smile will be missed by the many who loved her. A celebration of her life was held at the Bellevue Unity Church on April Island; and her daughters Kristi Mock and husband Clark. of Mercer Island, and Julie Taylor of Boise, Idaho. She also leaves tive grandsons, Brett Mock of San Francisco, Brian Mock of, Seattle, and Nathan, Ryan and Evan Taylor. of Boise, Idaho. Family services will be held Saturday, May 2 in Stanwood. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in care of Hospice of Mercer Island Care Center, 7445 SE 24th, Mercer Island, WA 98040. “The Homeguy” Start Surfing At Incredible Speeds @Homew jcct A; Catholic Church. 28. Donations may be made to Susan Survivors include her husband, Brett B. Komen Foundation for breast can— L. Magnan; sons: Michael Joseph and cor research. Matthew James; daughter Lauren Elizabeth; sisters: Elizabeth A. Dauer V r. r. and her husband Edward, and Rebecca The To See; M. Barrett; brothers: William H. Bartell,‘ Jr. and his wife Christine, John F. Bartell. and Thomas E. J. Bartel! and his wife Michelle; She also leaves her parents, Mary Alice and William H. Battell. Services were held at St. Monica’s Church. Contributions may be made to the Maura Bartell Magnan Memorial Scholarship Fund, Forest Ridge, School of the Sacred Heart, 4800 I39th Ave. SE, Bellevue WA 98006. (til lomcl "l‘ClNli’l‘ is the I-ligh Velocity Internet SCI'\'I( ' that delivers the web to your computer oughyour'l‘Cl cahlc. Come experience the Internet via cable it's a hundred times faster than a tipi “all phone modem connection. It I . NIT" For more information call toll-tree 1-888-476-9200 www.tci.net sun 232-1024 ‘ State Farm Insurance Companies 11M CASHMAN Home Offices: Bloomington. III. LUTCF V RUISE ‘ Servicing Mercer Island Great Prices — Personalized service Eastflde We know the Ships! Cruise Professionals 24 Hour Direct ACCESS 206.236-0990 (206) 30-5460 ISLAND CENTER! 1 ' “Mercer Island’s established skilled nursing professionals” WHO. ELSE OFFERS YOU ' ' y 9K day-a—week Physical, Occupational, Speech and V , , Respiratory therapy by our in-house therapy team. , -u 9K Registered Nurse staffing 24 hours a day by caring, ' professional «i ‘ ’ I . Q* Credentialing by the joint‘Con/imisrion on Accreditation of Henltlocnre Organizations. ‘. 9K Staff Rehab Physician reviews each case to ensure highest outcomes possible. as Most HMO and Managed Care plans accepted. 9% Medicare and Medicaid licensed. r ~ ‘ ' , ‘ ~ *Newly remodeled Jack hadeff COLDWBLL fl 7469 0829 BANKER CI BAIN ASSOCIATES The High Vilocity I ternet Service. 1997, 'afi'ltume and III! NE l'. ICI IIFT. the TCI.NEI loan villome anti the l"Home lottu are trademarks and may he reinstated in certain Iiirisrlichorrs. Specific treatment regimes for: ' I l 9K Fractures and joint replacement 9K Pulmonary problems I 9K. Stroke recovery ’ ' 9% Physical Weakness due to illness . A r 9K Cardiac strengthening I‘ ‘ at? Continence recovery SUNRISE ‘ HEALTHCABE CORPORATION , Joint Damnfisslan on Accreditatibn fat Healthcareflrganizations‘ : 7445‘SE-24th Street 0 Mercer Island, Washington“ , ‘ ’206/232-6600 FAX 206/232-6502 y ' ' y' f