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Obituaries

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In Memoriam: Flora S. Tutiakoff

Aug 18, 2017

Flora Strickland Tutiakoff died on May 26, 2017 at the VNA Respite House in Colchester, Vermont. She was born Flora Beecher Strickland in New Haven, CT on July 14, 1920, to Olive May Mann and Daniel Walter Strickland.  Flora’s father was a Congregational minister who was a chaplain and captain in World War I, became a state senator in Connecticut, and over time had parishes in Yalesville, CT; Fort Myers, FL; and Waitsfield and Franklin, VT. In Flora’s late teens, her family moved to Moretown, VT.

In Memoriam: William R. Gregory

Aug 1, 2017

Long time Alaska resident William R. Gregory passed away peacefully at his home on July 11, 2017 at the age of 89, surrounded by his family.  Bill was born on September 18, 1927 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Ercel and Velma Gregory, he had four sisters:  Jean, Patricia, Elma and June.  Growing up in Indiana, Bill spent summers working on his Uncle’s Terra Haute farm where he learned his strong work ethic and the farming way of life.  Bill graduated from Manual Training High School in 1945 and joined the Navy in December 1945.  Bill served on board the U.S.S.

In Memoriam: Larry John Shaishnikoff

Jul 19, 2017

Long time Alaska resident Larry John Shaishnikoff passed away on July 12, 2017, at the age of 86, in Anchorage, Alaska. "A man of many hats" is how he is remembered by many.

In Unalaska, Alaska, Larry was born to parents Sergei Shaishnikoff and Alexandria Stepetin. He spent his early childhood playing outside on this rural island of the Aleutian archipelago with his siblings and friends. At age 11, he survived the bombing and evacuation of Dutch Harbor and despite such hardships he persevered and achieved a life worth telling.

In Memoriam: James Huguley

Jul 18, 2017

  James Huguley died June 24, 2017, in Unalaska, Alaska,where he'd lived for the past 33 years. He perished from cancer at age 69, and is remembered as a man of considerable occupational versatility, and who was well-known to many in various walks of life. He was born in Athens, Georgia, the second of ten children of James and Frances Huguley.

Courtesy Karen Abel

Military historian John Cloe has died. First reported by the Alaska Dispatch News (ADN), Cloe died at his home in Anchorage on Monday.

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