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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 299 2009 B3 0B Joseph Brooks Joseph Brooks, of Is- saquah, died at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. He was 59. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 30, at Flintoft's Jh Brooks Issaquah Fu- neral Home, 540 E. Sunset Way. Joseph was born Dec. 8, 1949, in Paterson, N.J., the son of Cyril and Elizabeth Brooks. He was raised in New Jersey and gradu- ated from the University of Tulsa, and received his master's degree from California State University in Long Beach. ?UARIES On Aug. 28, 1976, he married Deborah Joan Semple in Bell- flower, Calif. He lived in California from 1974-1989, when he and Deborah moved to Issaquah. In his leisure time, he enjoyed spend- ing time with his family, friends and grandchildren. Survivors include daughter Donielle Allen, of Granite Falls, Wash.; sons Scan and Jason Brooks, of Marysville, and Nicholas Brooks, of Issaquah; brothers Richard Brooks, of Cali- fornia, and John Brooks, of New York; sisters Margaret Rudolph, of Massachusetts, Elizabeth Car- roll, of California, and Adele Cianfrone, of Florida; and six grandchildren. Friends are invited to share memories and sign the family's online guest book at www.flintofls.com. BIRTH Kasen Ryleigh Zenker.Rush Tobias Rush and Cassandra Zenker-Rush welcomed son Kasen Ryleigh to their Issaquah home July 16, 2009. Kasen was born weighing 5 pounds, 11 ounces andmeas- uring 20 inches. Cassandra is a graduate of Liberty High School. Grandparents are Ron Rush and M. eaulette Nord-Rush, of Tillamook, Ore.; and Robert and Pamela Zenker, of Is- saquah. Great-grandparents are Lyn Melton, of Cottage Grove, Ore.; Gary and Beverly Rush, of Las Vegas; Jerry andMaxine Richter, of Tillamook, Ore.; and Jacqueline Goeke, of Du- vall. COLLEGE NEWS Local students named to UW dean's list Students from the Issaquah area have been named to the dean's list at the University of Washington for the 2009 spring quarter. To qualify, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point av- erage of at least 3.5. The students are Maria Acosta, Danielle Aemmer, Rasa Amiri, Nathan Anderson, Katherine Arnold, Adam Bailey, Andrew BAIT, Stephen Barr, Brandon Bar- ron, Meaghan Beaulaurier, Scott Becker, Paul Bement, Spencer Be- ment, Brian Bennett, Asa Bergdahl, Grant Beyer, Lisa Boat- man, Brittany Bolz, Jackson Bram- mer, Greg Brandt, Christine Breen, Leah Bueing, Ricardo Buenaven- tura Jr, Ashley Bullock, James Burgess, Roy Burstein, Tyler Bush, John Bushe, Adrian Byrski, Carly Cameron, Ynna Carino, Zachary Carlile, Emily Cernak, John Chan- dler, Zachary Charat, Joseph Chemis, Marvin Cheng, Kara Chin, MicheUe Choe, Kenny Chou, Michene Christopher, Bonnie Chu, Julia Chu, Seung Chung, Lauren Colyer, Melissa Cook, Christina Corrales-Toy, Travis Coster, Lind- say Cowgill, Ashley Craig, Autumn Cutter, Adam Dalgleish, Daniel De- whitt, Khiem Do, Nancy Do, Je- remy Donato, Alice Donigan, James Doocy II, Jessica Dorr, Sarah Dove, Catherine Dubois- Boutet, Andrew Duenkel, Ben- jamin Dulken, Tierney Edwards, Madalynn Erb, Alicia Evans, Jared Fagan, Zarya Faraj, Michael Fisher, Michael Flanagin, Kyle Flotlin, Elizabeth Forman, Alexan- dra Fussell, Taylor Gordon, Kaitlin Graettinger, Alexandra Gregory, Alec Haberman, Simon Hachey, Caitlin Hanson, Elyse Hanson and Scott Hardy. Local students graduate from the UW The following students from Is- saquah recently graduated from the University of Washington in June (names m-z): Ashley Manaka, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Nathan Marr, Bachelor of Arts (history); l [algo- rzata Mazewska, Bach elor (,f Sci- ence in nursing; Eric McCam- bridge, Bachelor of Science (com- puter science); Bryce McKibben, Bachelor of Arts (political science; law, society and justice); Natalie McNabb; Bachelor of Arts (Eng- lish); Molina Meas, Bachelor of Arts (interdisciplinary studies: so- ciety, ethics and human behav- ior); Alexander Meng, Bachelor of Science (computer science); Erin Miyake, Bachelor of Arts in busi- ness administration (accounting; information systems); Samantha Moen, Bachelor of Arts (interdis- ciplinary study: culture literature arts); Mallory Monda, Bachelor of Arts (anthropology); Mia Mon- tenegro, Bachelor of Arts (com- munication); John Monu, Bache- lor of Science (microbiology); Trista Moore, Bachelor of Arts (linguistics); Brady Mort, Bachelor of Arts in business administra- tion; Emily Mulder, Bachelor of Arts (comparative religion; Near East studies); Brandon Musser, Bachelor of Arts (interdisciplinary studies: global studies); Christo- pher Mutschler, Bachelor of Sci- ence in electrical engineering; Adllutchmj Naidoo, Bachelor of Science in nursing; Brett Nakashima, Bachelor of Science (applied and computational math sciences); Christiana Natarajan, Bachelor of Science in nursing; David Newton, Bachelor of Arts (history); Hart Ngnyen, Bachelor of Arts in business administra- tion; Eric Nicholson, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (accounting); Cody Nunn, Bache- lor of Arts (communication; psy- chology); Alexander O'Connor, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering; Lee O'Keefe; Bache- lor of Science in informatics; Brian O'Neill, Bachelor of Arts (political science); Laura Oxford, Bachelor of Arts (communication); Alyssa eankalla, Bachelor of Arts (communication; political sci- ence); Kamll eawlowski, Bachelor of Arts (Slavic languages and lit- eratures); Kamil Pawlowski, Bachelor of Arts (international studies: general); Laine Paxton, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration; Tatyana Peck, bach- elor of clinical health services; Ja- son eerkizas, Bachelor of Science in civil engineering; Leah Per- mann, Bachelor of Arts (English; communication); Lori Peterson; Bachelor of Science in nursing; Scan eeterson; Bachelor of Arts (history); Angela Pham, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (marketing; finance); Inna eisko- rska, Bachelor of Science (biology: general); Rebecca eotts, Bachelor of Arts (international studies: gen- eral); Allan Quiaoit, Bachelor of Science (computer science); Zachary Radmer, Bachelor of Arts (environmental studies) and Bachelor of Science (biology: ecol- ogy and evolution); Jayshika Ramrakha, Bachelor of Arts (po- litical science); Amanda Rees, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration (accounting); Natalie Reimer, Bachelor of Arts (political science); Jordan Reynolds, Bache- lor of Arts in business admin (en- tre; finance); Lauren Rieffiin, Bachelor of Arts (communication); Douglas Robinson, Bachelor of Science (psychology); Matthew Robson, Bachelor of Arts in busi- ness administration (accounting); Katie Roll, Bachelor of Arts (an- thropology); Tavia Romar, Bache- lor of Arts (communication); Christopher Ross, Bachelor of Sci- ence (computing and software systems); Amanda Rudolph, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration; John Rudolph Jr., Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration (finance); Ivy Sa, Bachelor of fine Arts (visual com- munication design); Cartier Salehi, Bachelor of Arts (commu- nication; environmental studies); Katie Sandberg, Bachelor of Sci- ence in nursing; Stephen Sanoja, Bachelor of Science (psychology); Stephen Sanoja, Bachelor of Sci- ence (biology: physiology); Nathan Schaefer, Bachelor of Arts (his- tory); Neima Schafi, Bachelor of Science in aeronautical and astro- nautical engineering; Amy Schroeder, Bachelor of Arts (in- terdisciplinary studies: science, technology and environment); Mehgan Sellers, Bachelor of Arts (communication: journalism); Cynthia Sessoms, Bachelor of Arts (anthropology); Kalley Shake- spear, Bachelor of Arts (psychol- ogy); Abhishek Sheth, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineer- hag; Jessica Shull, Bachelor of Arts (political science); Sergiu Sirbu, Bachelor of Arts (architec- tural studies); Camille Skrobecki, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration (marketing); Christo- pher Slotta, Bachelor of Arts (ge- ography); Jesse Sonderland, Bachelor of Arts (interdisciplinary studies: culture literature arts); Joel Southwell, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Jennifer Sower, Bachelor of Arts (English); De- siree Spitzer, Bachelor of Arts (classical studies); Rory Stanley, Bachelor of Arts (political science; international studies); Lauren Strand, Bachelor of Science (biol- ogy: physiology); Garrett Studhal- ter, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (information sys- tems); Sorina Sucin, Bachelor of Science in nursing; Alexander Tada, Bachelor of Science (com- puter science); Catherine Talbert, Bachelor of Arts (political sci- ence); Alex Tang, Bachelor of Sci- ence (economics); Noosha Tashakor, Bachelor of Science in civil engineering; Dale Terasaki, Bachelor of Science in bioengi- neering; Michael Thiffault, Bache- lor of Arts (communication; social sciences); Kaitlin Thompson, Bachelor of Arts (Spanish) and Bachelor of Science (biology: physiology); Conor Thurman, Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering, Patrick Tiernan, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Kaia Tomokiyo, Bachelor of Arts (anthropology); Diem-Thuy Tran, Bachelor of Arts (sociology); An- gela Tsai, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (market- ing); James Tse, Bachelor of Sci- ence (biology: physiology); Rowen Tych, Bachelor of Science (biol- ogy: general); Yvonne Tyler, Bach- elor of Science (neurobiology); Hoodean Vafaei, Bachelor of Sci- ence (biology: general); Ryan Van Tighem, Bachelor of Arts in busi- ness administration (accounting); Sukhneet Virk, Bachelor of Arts (law, societies and justice); Geof- frey Vu, Bachelor of Arts in busi- ness administration (marketing); Nam Vu, Bachelor of Arts (bio- chemistry); Ariel Waddell, Bache- lor of Arts (environmental stud- ies); Madelaine Warner, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Garrett We- ber, Bachelor of Arts (English); Shelby Well, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Bethany White, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration; Robert Wickiund, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration (information sys- tems); Karissa Willhite, Bachelor of Arts (interdisciplinary visual arts); Robert Williams, Bachelor of Arts (economics); Kirsten Wood, Bachelor of Science in civil engineering; Sahar Yaghoobi, Bachelor of Science (economics); Shelby Yarnell, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (ac- counting); Megan Yeung, Bachelor of Arts in business administration (accounting); Victoria Young, Bachelor of Arts in business ad- ministration (information system; marketing); and Hannah Zom- mick, Bachelor of Arts (political science; Spanish). BY ADAM ESCHBACH ALL ABOARD THE CARNIVAL TRAIN Aegis Assisted Hving staffers drive a train to chauffeur residents and their families in carnival style to the food and events during their annual Community Carnival July 25. Gymnastics: Any body type can do FROM PAGE B1 that had given me so much." The gym's instructors and own- Please recycle this paper. ers have worked to bring gym- nastics to the community and de- bunk any myths about gymnas- tics; for instance that it is only for a certain body type. "Any body type can do gym- nastics, Dries said. "It just de- pends if they have determina- tion." They've also started new pro- grams to fulfill client demand. When some gymnasts grew weary of competitive gymnastics, teachers started an all-star cheer team, so the girls could pursue a different passion with the gym. They also started competitive and recreational trampoline classes. 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