Edward D. Chandler, who was a founding member of the board of directors at Northwest Commercial Bank has died, following a fall several months ago.
After he retired from 26 years of service in the Army, he then taught in the Clover Park School District. He also served as a public safety analyst for Steilacoom. He then acted as director of Instruction for the Transportation and Industrial Trades Program at Clover Park Technical College.
Chandler was active in many social and civic organizations, including the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club, the Clover Park Rotary Club, Oakbrook Golf and Country Club, the Association of the United States Army, the Army Aviation Association and the Retired Officers Association. Funeral arraignments have not been made.
Logan Coffey, founder of Lakewood-based military supply manufacturer and retailer Tactical Tailor, died in a car crash in Lakewood.
Coffey was reportedly driving a Ferrari that crossed into on-coming traffic and crashed into a shuttle bus on Gravelly Lake Drive. He and his passenger Suzanne Beth Block died at the scene. Three people in the shuttle were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.
Coffey was a member of the Business Examiner’s 2005 class of 40 Under Forty business leaders. His brother, Justin, will assume leadership of the company. Funeral arraignments have not been made.
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