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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS , WEDNESDAY, JUNE 59 2013 B3 OBITUARIES Chrlstel Made Lundeen Chris - tel Marie Lundeen, beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister, passed away peacefully Chdstel Lundeen May 29, 2013, at home in Issaquah with her family at her side. She was 52 years old. She is survived by her husband Terry, of Is- saquah; her son Taylor where she received Bach- elor of Science and Master of Science degrees in civil engineering. She worked as a struc- tural engineer in San Fran- cisco for several years be- fore moving to the Seattle area with her husband in 1989 where she continued consulting engineering. She settled in Issaquah in 1997 and participated actively at her sons' various schools over the years. She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church in Is- saquaE Christers passions in- cluded first and foremost (attending the University her sons, reading, garden- of Arizona); her son Chris- ing, music, hiking, cooking topher (attending Gonzaga and especially tennis. She University), her mother had a kind soul and will Barbara Snyder, of Cam- be dearly missed by her bria, Calif.; her brother family and friends. Robert Van, of Newbury There will be a celebra- Park, Calif.; her brother tion of Christel's life at Michael Van, of Edmond, Tibbetts Creek Manor in 0kin.; her brother Gregory Issaquah on June 15 at 2 Van, of Golden, Colo.; and p.m. eight nephews and nieces. Friends are invited to She was preceded in death by father Robert VanBuskirk. Christel was born Feb. 5, 1961, in Orange, Calif. She grew up in Anaheim and Irvine, Calif. She at- tended Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif., and then the University of California at Berkeley, view photos, get direc- tions, and share memo- ries in the family's online gnesthook at www.sun- sethillsfuneralhome, com. In lieu of flowers, we would ask that donations be made to the Kaplan Research Fund at the Swedish Medical Center Foundation, Seattle. Roger Paul Patterson Roger Paul Pat- terson, age 28, passed away May 17, 2013, in the arms of his b~r PBILfSOIt 2002. Roger began work- ing at Sargent Construc- tion Services in 2006 with great pride as a carpenter and lead glazier. After five years to- ~oether, Roger married the ve of his life Melisa on July 25, 2009, in a beau- tiful backyard ceremony in Issaquah. Roger was a diehard Seahawks fan, wife, sur- enjoyed rock-and-roll rounded by family and music, jamming on his close friends after his long guitar, goofing around battle with cancer, with his best buddies/ He is survived by his wife Melisa (Davies) Patterson, parents Fred and Arlene (Diemert) Patterson, brother Riley, sisters Carrie and Julie, grandparents Roger and Ruth Diemert, in-laws Robert and Lori Davies, brother-in-law Michael and nephew Ezequiel, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Roger was born in Red- mond, to Fred and Arlene on June 20, 1984, grew up in North Bend with a passion for playing soc- cer, and graduated from Mount Si High School in brothers, and he never ceased to make others laugh. Roger was wise beyond his years, con- tinuously maintained an extremely courageous and positive attitude, and spread copious amounts of love and joy with his infectious smile. A memorial service will 'be held Saturday June 29, 2013, at 2 p.m. at Bybee Nims Farm in Snoqualmie. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Seattle Children's or Se- attle Cancer Care Alliance/ Fred Hutchinson Research Center. Lois Catherine Paterson Lois Catherine Peterson was born Nov. 28, 1924 in Corvallis, Ore., to Herman and Caroline (Lehnert) Shope, She grew up in Port- land, Ore., attending school and working at the Veteran's Administra- tion. She married Theron "Pete" Peterson on Sept. 14, 1947. They were mar- She is survived by her husband; daughter Susan Hansen (Va~), of Iowa; son Tony (Eva), of Sammamish; and grand- children Peter Hansen (Julia), of Utah, Luke Hansen (Kalee), of Iowa, Derek Peterson, of Bell- ingham, Scott Peterson, of Olympia, and Kacie Peterson, of Sammamish. She also had one great- granddaughter, Katherine ried for 65 years. She has Hanson. also lived in Eugene, Ore.; Lois passed away May Bellevue and Issaquah. 24, 2013. In lieu of flow- She was the manager of the stationery department at Frederick & Nelson, Bellevue Square, from which she retired. She enjoyed traveling, visiting Europe twice. Her hobbies included reading, decorating and Oriental art. Her life centered around her family and gave her the greatest joy. ers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association. Family services were held. Friends and family are invited to share memo- ries and sign the family's online guest book at www. flintofls.com. Arrangements ,ar_e en- trusted to Flinteft s Funeral Home and Crematory. [FLINTOtaT'S HOM & can count on us in your time of need. When cost is a concern, and confiden