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:o "12-Edmonds Beacon April 7, 2016 Dorothee E. Hayman Domthee Ellen Hayman, 92, departed " this life to be with the Lord on March 23, 2016, at her daughter's home in Big Rapids, Michigan. "Dolly" lived most of her life in West Seattle and Bellevue, Washington. She is survived by her five childnn: Brian (Esther) Hayman, Andrea (Don) Glassett, Sid (Jenny) Hayman Jr., Barbara (Paul) Eidkson, and Anita (David) Cowles. She has eight grandchildren and three gnat-grandchildnn. She is survived by two nephews, Don (Karen) Hopen and Gary (Dolly) Haakenson, their children and grandchildren, and the children, grandchil- -,dnn and a gnat-grandchild of nephew, Ken Hopen (deceased). She is preceded in death by her husband, Sid Hayman Sr., sister, Astrid (Dede) Hopen, brother, John Howard Haakenson, and her parents. Bom Dorothy Haakenson in Seattle, she exhibited an amazing musical talent at the age of four, when she began to regulady play the piano. By age 14, she was substi- tuting for pianists at church. She gradu- ated with majors in music and education in 1946. For over 60 years, she blessed others with her God-given talent, as she served seven churches in Seattle and Bellevue, and was the musician for many weddings and funerals. Dorothee taught elementary school for several decades, pdmadly 5th and 6th grades, in Seattle and Shonline Public Schools and Bellevue Chdstian School. She passed along to children her excitement about reading, introducing them to C.S. Lewis'The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe. She passed down to herown children a love of geography, reading, history and the od- gins of words as part of a good vocabulary. Memodal service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Fdday, Apdl 15, St. Madeleine Sophie Catholic Church, 4400-130th PI. SE, Bellevue, WA. Memodal donations may be made to Bellevue Chdstian School - Choral Department. Bevedy Neff passed away at home on March 21, 2016, after battling cancer for many years. She was born in Everett, Wash. on Jan. 27,1932, to Chades and Adda Bienz, Bevedy met Desmond (Ted) Neff, who had also attended Edmonds High School, at a Saturday dance at the Masonic Temple in March 1951. Five months later, on Aug. 24, 1951, they were married in time to depart for Pullman, where Ted began his four years as an undergraduate. Four years, two childnn and an undergraduate degree later they ntumed to Edmonds, where Bev con- tinued to work to support Ted in his pursuit of a dental degree, which he completed in 1959 at the University of Washington. Together they raised five children, and celebrated 64 years of marriage last August. She touched many lives and made many friends as she worked for the Edmonds School District, served as a wedding director at the Edmonds United Methodist Church for 15 years, and volunteered with vadous community groups. Her Soup Group, Sewing Club, Class of 50 and Claire's Tuesday lunch group were Beverly Neff 1932 - 2016 among her favorite ways to keep in touch with Edmonds friends. Connecting with friends made atWashington State University or UW, as well as out-of-state relatives kept Bev and Ted busy l~veling. Bev enjoyed spending time at the lake cabin when she could relax, had her mystery books, play cards, float on an inner tube or host family gathedngs. She and Ted welcomed many people to her home and hosted two foreign students, Solomon Misango from Uganda and Luis Araujo from Brazil, dunng her children's school years. She loved her family, friends, chocolate and the Huskies. When not busy lunching, meeting or traveling she was con- tent at home to watch her favorites, Family Feud or HGTV. We will all greatly miss her. She is sur- vived by her husband Ted, sister Pat (Bienz) Nygard, children Debbie (Andy) Breech, Linda (Darryl) Berg, Ted (Stephanie) Neff, Janis (Jim) Neff Warner, Static Neff; grand- children Sarah, Adam, Pattyand James (Edn Fahy)Bnech; Schuyler (Leslie Ann), Jacob, Vktona and Noah Berg; Riley (Leah) and Max Neff Warner; and gnat-grandchildren Lily Elizondo, Jackson and Kaylan Berg. Her Celebration of Life will be held at the Edmonds United Methodist Church at 828 Caspers St. at 1 p.m. Saturday Apd116. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Carol Rowe Food Bank, www.edmondsumc. org/foodbank or to the Swedish Cancer Insti- tute at www.swedishfoundation.org. I I I Spring cleaning... your skin! Tips for Spring. Assess your skincare products! Our cabinets need to be evaluated for outdated products. Expired sldncare can be a cause of irritated and sensitive skin. Make Daily use of Sunscreen! It's a fact that wearing sunscreen year round will reduce premature aging but most don't think to wear it until the temperature warms up. Lighte .......... ~ls and Und Pierce usually suffice fvr your daily moisturizer LME as well Exfoliatel [Aqnter to spnng skin can bring increased breakouts. When the temperature warms up it can bring increased oil production, which can get tTapped, and cause breakauts. Using a chemical exfvliator such as Tretinom helps to turn skin cells over faster for cleare~, more w~rant skin. Get a professional facial! Withant a doubt the most ef~clive way to revwe winter skin and clear dogged pores is to get a medical grade chemical peel. Spring is also a great time to consult with our Estheticians about transforming skin from winter to summer months. BEAUTIFUL SKIN FOR SUMMER STARTS IN THE SPRING! JENNIFER VOKE, DDS TOTAL FACIAL ESTHETICS 315 Lincoln Ave, Ste D1, Muldlteo, WA 425-212-9334 www.dentistmukilteo.com Is it generally cheaper to buy at local pharmacies or big box stores? Many studies have shown that independent pharmacies offer lower prices then the big box stores. Independent pharmacists/owners will Rashid Jamali always go the extra mile to Owner, PhamTacist find his/her customers the best deal. At Paktia pharmacy, we are already saving many of our customers hundreds of" dollars each month since they had switched their prescriptions from Costco, Walmart and other big box stores. We also have great prices on a majority of pet medications that help our customer save. Stop by our pharmacy or call us today and we will show you the instant saving on your meds. Paktia Health Mart Pharnu cy 9 315 FIFTH AVENUE S. SUITE C ~,~,~,,,d,~ EDMONDS, WA 98020 ~=e,,~=,~,=== 425-967-5375 iHeatthMart. 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First of all, good for you for understanding how important it is to protect your son's eyes from harmful UV rays. To answer your question, photochromic lenses would be a good option. A photochromic lens changes from clear indoors to a dark lens outdoors. These lenses also come in impact resistant polycarbonate or Trivex material. Another option would be a sunglass clip that attaches to his prescription glasses. Co~ ~ 8325- 212TH ST. SW, ~C~.L SUZ,E 104 EDMONDS, WA C~LCT ~ (425) 774-3501 I've done. everything I was supposed to do I got a degree, got a good job, got married--yet I feel empty and unhappy inside. What gives? Whenever we follow the ~th of "supposed to", we're setting ourselves up for struggle. Looking outside Kristi Richert Owner Blue Door Wellness Studio ourselves and trying to fit someone else's defini- tion of success is the fast-track to emptiness and exhaustion. Discover your energy and joy from ]~:hin, and cultivate the courage to pursue the of YOUR dreams! ~,~ / 516 Main Street ~u~- Edmonds, WA ~ l 98020 wellness studio 425.977.5251 By appointment www.BlueDoorWelJness.com Classes available Does your spouse, your family, your friends question your hearing?. Hearing slips away often very slowly unnoticed by the individual. The average person waits RayAu/t 8 years before doing some- Owner thing about hearing loss. During that time hearing loss exacts a long list of problems. A free and complete test will tell the story, and consultation will answer your questions. A no obligation trial is available. What have you got to loose? We're here to help. Should you change your investment mix over time? As an investor, you need an asset allocation- a mix ofinvestmente- that's appropriate for your needs. Asset allocation can~ ensure a profit or guarantee protection against less, but by owning a variety of investments, you can reduce the impact of market vohtility. But when should you change your investment mix? When you're young, you may want to tilt your asset alloeatian more heavily toward ~ and steck-hesed Deanne V. Bilsborough Financial Advisor investments. You need the growth potential, and you have decades to potentially overcome short-term downturn& Afew years before you retire, you might want to lower your overall risk level by somewhat reducing your ~ to stocks. Wzth retirement looming, you don't have much time to bounce back from downtarns. Finally, when you retire, you~l want to adjust your asset a]]ccation to include enough income-pmdudnginvestments to help you enjoy the. retirement lifestyle you% envisioued. Yet, you still need enough stocks and other growth investments to help you avoid losing ~ power during your ~ent years. By making timely acljustmente to your asset allocation, you can give youreslf the opportunities for growth and income that you will need th~ghe~ y0ur life. Why should I advertise when everyone in town knows my business? Sure, you've been in business awhile and have developed a good clientele, but as time Beth Piase0ki goes by, studies show Advertising that approximately Specialist 109/o of the population "turns over" every year. This year's clients move away or go elsewhere to buy. Therefore, the new folks in town may not be familiar with your business. An ad in our community newspaper will expose your business to the newcomers and remind your old friends that you are still here to serve them! Edmodds Beacon 806 5th S~t Mukilteo, 98275 425-347-5634 I Edmonds UnitedI V Methodist ChurchI 828 Ca~er$ Street I llO:3O Sunday Worship l 425.778.2119 I s.nd.-ywor ip I ] 9:15 Sunday School I 9;00 a,m. tO:30 a.nt I [ - I a, l o,am.s II I Re v Dennie Ca rcelli I Visit us at WWWredmondsumc.orq I Church Services Sundays - lO:30am Edmonds Center for the Arts I~ Corner o[ 4th and Daley Grace Lutheran Brethren Church 1212 9th Ave. N. Edmond,