Could she now be Carolyn Smith???Mrs. Bruce (Carolyn) Smith of Goldendale, WA?
1) Alice C. Schuller
Alice C. Schuller, 90, of Yakima died Saturday at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Schuller was born in Gleed. She operated a farm with her husband and worked for the Yakima Herald-Republic and at the Yakima Training Center before her retirement.
Survivors include a son, Les Schuller of Sherwood, Ore.; a daughter, Carolyn Smith of Goldendale; a sister, Fern Compton of Yakima; and four grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Langevin-Mussetter. Burial will follow at West Hills Memorial Park.
Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home, Yakima, is in charge of arrangements.
Alice C Schuller - Yakima Herald-Republic (Jul/19/2004)
2) Alice C. Schuller
Monday, July 19, 2004
Alice C. Schuller
Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home
YAKIMA - Alice C. Schuller, 90, died Saturday, July 17, 2004 at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. She was born Feb. 17, 1914 in Gleed, WA to James and Susan (Schofield) Huff.
Alice and her husband, Mike, owned and operated a farm in Selah beginning in 1936. She worked 16 years for the Yakima Herald-Republic (1957-1973) and then for the Yakima Firing Center, retiring in 1984.
A 70-year member of the Washington State and National Grange, she belonged to the Wenas and Terrace Heights Granges and was an active member of the Wenomona and Road Runners Grange Camper Clubs. She also was a member of the Selah Evangelical Covenant Church, the Retired Federal Employees Association and the Central Washington Agricultural Museum.
Alice served as piano player at Grange meetings, at church and participated in a Seniors Band. She traveled with her fellow Grange Camper Club members and took Grange tours in the U.S. and to other countries.
Survivors include a son, Leslie Schuller of Sherwood, OR; a daughter, Mrs. Bruce (Carolyn) Smith of Goldendale, WA; a sister, Fern Compton of Yakima; and four grandchildren, John, Katie and Joseph Schuller and Andrew Smith. She was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Michael J. Schuller in 1986; seven sisters; and one brother.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday July 20 and 21 at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. The funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 22 at Langevin-Mussetter with interment following at West Hills Memorial Park.
Memorial gifts can be made in Alice's name to the Washington State Grange Music Scholarship Fund c/o Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home.
Alice C. Schuller - Yakima Herald-Republic (Jul/21/2004)
3) Mysterious Kirkland death now murder investigation
12:32 PM PDT on Thursday, September 28, 2006
By CHRIS DANIELS / KING 5 News
KIRKLAND, Wash. – Police continue to investigate a two-week old murder at a Kirkland apartment as friends and family mourn the death of the victim.
John Schuoler, 23, was found dead in his apartment on Sept. 14. Detectives were not sure initially if there was foul play, but the King County Medical Examiner's Office on Wednesday ruled his death a homicide.
Police said Schuoler's roommate discovered the body in his bed. The medical examiner said Schuoler died of a blow to the head. Police also said they have a couple of persons of interest, but they won't say if there was a break-in or a struggle.
Schuoler worked in a Carillon Point restaurant. He had recently re-enrolled at Bellevue Community College and loved computers.
"It was just so ridiculous to me to know that somebody is gone at that young an age. There is no point for someone to be killed or die at 23 years old," said Danny Alvarez, who had known Schuoler for six years.
About 200 people attended Schuoler's funeral on Sunday. Outside Schuoler's basement apartment in a quiet complex near the Kirkland waterfront, there were still signs of grief – pictures, poems and flowers, left behind by family and friends. The mourning continued Thursday in cyberspace, where people posted notes and goodbyes to Schuoler's myspace web page.
There was also a memorial at the Kirkland complex where Shoeler lived, and friends are seeking answers.
"I don't understand how or why this happened and whoever did it needs to do the right thing and step forward because his family and all of his friends are left with a big gap," said one friend.
Police haven't said if they found a murder weapon or if they have any suspects in custody.The results of a search warrant are still pending, which could shed new light on what exactly happened.
If you have any information in the case, contact Kirkland police.
KING 5's Jim Forman contributed to this report.
4) John Austin Schuoler (LeBar) III
John Austin Schuoler (LeBar) III, 23, of Kirkland, Wash., died Sept. 15 at home.
He was born in Yakima and lived for nine years in the Kirkland area.
He worked for the Woodmark Hotel.
Survivors include his parents, Lani Faye and John Schuoler Jr.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Bellevue, Wash. Burial will be at the same location.
Sunset Hills Funeral Home of Bellevue is handling arrangements.
John Austin (Lebar) Schuoler - Yakima Herald-Republic (Sep/25/2006)
5) Carthull "Carl" Baker
Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home
YAKIMA - Carthull "Carl" Baker, 77, a longtime Union Gap resident, passed away Saturday, April 16, 2005, at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Carl was born March 27, 1928, at Chadwick, Missouri. He was raised and educated in Missouri and then served with the U.S. Army during the Korean War. After moving to Yakima, he worked for the railroad for many years, until an accident forced his retirement. Since, he had worked at an apartment complex in Selah as a groundskeeper.
Carl enjoyed gardening and fishing. He was very kind to animals and would adopt stray animals.
Survivors include two daughters, Laurie Baker of Moxee and Susan (Jeff) Schuoler of Grandview; two sons, Jeff Baker of Yakima and Dick (Mary) Karel of Selah; and six grandchildren.
Carl was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Olia Baker.
At his request, no funeral services will be held. Inurnment will be at the Chadwick Cemetery in Chadwick, Missouri.
"carl" Carthull - Yakima Herald-Republic (Apr/20/2005)
6) Doris Mae Olson Pleasant
YAKIMA - Doris Mae Olson Pleasant, 83, passed away unexpectedly Monday, November 20, 2006, in her home in Yakima.
Doris was born May 19, 1923 in Ontario, OR to Charles A. Olson and Grace Fitzgerald Olson, one of seven children. The family moved to Yakima about 1925, and Doris lived here until her death.
She worked for Washington Fruit during the 1950's and retired from Safeway Stores after 30 years. She loved her home in Terrace Heights and enjoyed cooking, gardening and shopping, and remained active until her death.
Survivors include her husband Earl Pleasant, whom she married in 1967; daughters from a previous marriage, Diane Rogers of Ellensburg, and Terri Schuoler and son-in-law Wayne Schuoler, of Yakima; granddaughter, Tracy Rogers of Centennial, CO; step-daughter, Patricia Pleasant of Yakima, four step-grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren; a sister, Mona Allwardt of Moxee; and several nieces and nephews.
At her request, no funeral services will be held.
Doris Mae Olson Pleasant - Yakima Herald-Republic (Nov/22/2006)
United States Obituary Collection
Name of Deceased: Carol Mary Schuler
Age at Death: 66
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1940
Death Date: 4 May 2006
Newspaper Title: Yakima Herald-Republic
Newspaper Location: Yakima, WA, Us
Obituary Publication Date: 7 May 2006
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: Kennewick, WA; Yakima, WA; of Tieton; Spokane, WA; Carson City, NV; Tieton, WA; George
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: Rick Fisk; Chuck Smiley; Ella Stroup; Vermell (Craig) Noel; Connie Fisk; Connie (Don) Siebol; Tappy (Steve) Rish; Doug (Denise) Schuler; Kathy Noel; Jeff (Alma) Schuler; Dean Schuler; Joe (Bonnie) Schuler