- Johanna L. James
- Dennis Gail Iverson
- Daniel R. Crombie
Johanna L. James was born March 5th 1924 in Westhoven, Germany and passed away on August 26, 2013 at Cottesmore of Life Care in Gig Harbor, WA. For many years she served as a cook for YMCA Camp Seymour and loved being around all the kids. Johanna was a good and loving wife, mother, and friend and will be missed dearly. She is survived by three sons, Raymond, Eugene(Michelle), Sherman (Cristi), and grandchildren Heather (Perry), Brandon and Crystal. Johanna was predeceased by her husband Clifford in 2001. Services will be held at a later date. Arrangements by Mountain View Funeral Home. Please sign online guestbook atwww.mountainviewtacoma.com.
Dennis Gail Iverson, 62, passed away on the 21st of August after a long battle with cancer.
He grew up in the Summit View area and graduated from Franklin Pierce High School, class of 69. Nicknamed Dennis the Menace as a child, he kept most of the family laughing with his antics. His smile could often save the day.
Dennis was his own boss, a self employed gardening contractor. He had many interests, enjoyed fishing, star watching and other outdoor activities. He was and enthusiastic Mariners and Seahawk supporter. He was an avid music lover and LP album collector.
Preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and Helen , his brother Daryl of Vancouver and daughter Julie.
Survived by his son Jason of Tacoma, brothers DeWayne (Noreen) of Yelm, Doug of Graham, sister Carol (George) Robson of Auckland New Zealand, numerous nephews and nieces and his lifelong and caring companion Kathy who was with him as he began his new journey to the stars.
A private family memorial will be held.
Daniel R. Crombie (March 13th 1961 –August 23rd2013) Husband, Father, Son, Friend, and Mentor – On August 23rd after a difficult and sudden battle with illness Dan Crombie laid down the burdens of this world and went hunting. Dan passed away at his home in Auburn WA surrounded by his loving wife of over 20 years and close family.
Born in Tacoma’s St. Joseph’s hospital, He went on to serve his country in the National Guard before embarking on a lifelong career in the transportation industry. Dan was an innovator in his field providing mentorship and guidance for his company and staff that went beyond the work environment. His Universal chassis design is still used by corporations throughout the industry today. Dan touched not just the careers of many, but their personal lives as well.
Dan was preceded in death and welcomed home by his father. He is survived by and watches over his wife, two daughters, and two sons. Dan was also blessed with two beloved grandchildren as well as his mother and two brothers. In a “me first” world, Dan considered the needs of others more than his own.
He loved his family, friends, and his work. Dan was an avid outdoorsman and had a passion for bow hunting that went far beyond any trophy. His true joy was in the camaraderie with his lifelong friends sharing what he loved, with those he loved.
He will be sorely missed by the many people whose lives he had touched. Happy hunting Dan.
A service in celebration of a life well and truly lived will be held at Peace Lutheran Church in Puyallup on September 14th at 2:00pm.
Reception to follow at the Edgewood Grange, 1806 Meridian Ave E. Edgewood, WA 98371