CORONAVIRUS IN MEMORIAM
This pandemic has changed our community in ways we have yet to understand, and while we are learning new ways to respond and live, we need to remember those who have died.
We may not be able to come together in person, but we can share our stories with your help. Share a story of someone you'd like to remember.
Too often, they died without a loved one holding their hand or whispering 'I love you.' They died amid a panic, as this fast-moving virus closed in.
The puppies, especially, always put a smile on Louise Weatherill’s face.
Gentle. That’s how many people described Art Bori. Yet he pursued his interests at full force, from skydiving to wildlife photography to his volunteer work at the Snohomish County Food Bank.
In the last official job of his engineering career, Fadel Erian helped develop a way to safely store nuclear waste at the Hanford site in eastern Washington. But his dream project tied back to his homeland in Egypt.
Nicki Hamilton was a pilot, a world traveler, a ham radio operator, a chorale member, and, perhaps above all, a New Yorker. She died of coronavirus on March 21 at the Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon. She was 83.
KUOW would like to help honor the lives we've lost