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The Issaquah Przss, Wednesday, January 21, 1981 - Page 5 lemorlal bouquet sits on the Skysports Airfield as skydivers jump in the memory of Jumper Vicky Lee Wery. Wendy Lippmann photo. thank IHS boosters he lssaquah Lions Club to thank those of the community supported the Issaquah by commuting to and the football playoff on the Lion's booster The Lions also express its thanks to the lssaquah mer- chants and members of the community that supported the annual birthday calendar sales. Purchase of the birth- day calendars guarantees generous discounts from many participating mer- chants. The Lions, through a coordinated effort with Nordstroms of Bellevue, are once again proud to have contributed over 50 poin- settias to the residents of the Issaquah Villa . Eight fall Zrom sky in memory of dead jumper by Wendy Lippmann It was not a typical day at the lssaquah Parachute Center. The weather was unseason- ably warm, clear and sunny, to the delight Of the sky- divers. Only a handful of the crowd hanging around in mid-afternoon wore jump suits. Most were in suits and ties or dresses and make-up Council appointments Continued from Page 3 and some carried red roses. The normally Laid back mood touched by nervous excite- ment was instead a combin- ation of solemnity and calm. The gathering was a memorial service and parachute jump for Vicky Lee Wery, the 33-year-old, skydiver who died Jan. 11 while training with fellow jumpers for the national lature and governmental rela- tions, meets while the legis- lature is in session on the Monday prior to city council meetings at 8 p.m. Peterson, . Cowgill and Neuman are members. Hinds, Cowgiil and Mon- crief serve on the Public Safety Committee, meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. to review animal control, civil service, fire and police issues. The Utilities Committee meets the fourth Monday of each month at 4 p.m., to q:lubs Steve "The Great" Agbaba, sportscaster for KVI Radio, wil be the guest speaker at the lssaquah Kiwanis Club this week. The Kiwanians meet at noon at the Holiday Inn. The lssaquah Chorale has been invited to perform at the anniversary celebration of the Skogsblommen Lodge No. 378 of the Vasa Order of America, Feb. 6. The Chorale will present several songs for the occa- sion. It is the club's 62nd an- niversary and will be held in their hall in Upper Preston beginning at 8 p.m. review city streets, water, sexver, local improvement districts, storm drainage and other issues. Hinds, O'Brian and Neuman are members. Cowgill, Neurnan and Louks are Zoning Review Committee members. They meet the first and third Wednesday of each mouth at 7:30 p.m. to review zoning issues. Issues subject to city coun- cil approval are often refer- red to relevant committees for further study or research and the council seeks recom- mendations from informed committee members. parachute championships next July. She fell almost two miles to her death when she jet- tisoned her main chute due to an apparent malfunction and failed to get her reserve para- chute out in time. Wery died at the Kapowsin Parachute (?enter near Puyallup where she and her friends decided to jump because there were a shortage of working planes at the Issa- quah center that Sunday afternoon. But issaquah was her "home" drop zone, friends said. Out on the airfield sur- rounding the pea gravel drop zone, about 60 of Vicky's friends, most of them sky- divers, and several relatives gathered Jan. 14. 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Vicky's Mrs. Fisher smiled and friends read poems, many ex- shook hands with Vicky's ahing the freedom of the friends and watched her skies and of flight, and grandson, Brown Wery, load others read short eulogies to the small aircraft that took Vicky, praising her high eight jumpers to 11,O00 feet spirited warmth and her where they performed a corn- devotion to her sport. memorative jump in a dia- "Vicky was a hard-core mond formation. Brown was diver. She was friendly, out- strapped in jumping gear but going, wacky. She had a level was just in the airplane to head and high spirits," watch, remembered Debbie Am- One of the jumpers, brose, an lssaquah Parachute Dianne Marsh, said simply, Center employee. "This is our ceremony." Mrs. Fisher said the com- memorative jump and ser- vices were what Vicky had wanted. She had discussed it with her friends, her mother said. "She crammed an awful lot into her 33 years." 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