Posts Tagged ‘Lake City’

Philip Carrasco
Photo courtesy of the Seattle Mennonite Church

Philip Carrasco 1953—2009

Phil was homeless off and on for more than 15 years, and was beloved in the Lake City homeless and service provider communities.  He was a Real Change vendor and a veteran, and had spent time at the VA Hospital the week he died.  Early morning on August 5, 2009, Phil Carrasco died by suicide.  He is missed.

Phil’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of  Phil to share, please post a comment.

Leaf with stone

Philip Carrasco’s Leaf of Remembrance

Walter at work

Walter J. Connelly, Jr. 1956—2011

Walter Connelly passed away Febuary 7, 2011, while in permanent housing at McDermott Place in Lake City.

Walter’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of Walter to share, please post a comment.

Walter, “Peace”

Photos courtesy of the Seattle Mennonite Church

Paul Dale

 

Paul Dale 1955—2008

Paul Dale passed away August 9, 2008.   He had been living in his van, in Lake City.

Paul’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of  Paul to share, please post a comment.

Photo courtesy of the Seattle Mennonite Church

Pops Nichols Stone and Leaf from DedicationRonald “Pops” Nichols  1949—2009

“Pops” Nichols was developmentally disabled and street-slept in Lake City until he got into Community Psychiatric Clinic’s Cascade Hall.  He passed away May 22, 2009 in hospice care.

Ronald’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of Ronald to share, please post a comment.

Kevin and “The Rev”  (right to left)

Kevin Pellow 1969—2009

Kevin Pellow passed away November 11,2009, while in transitional housing in Lake City.

Kevin’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of Kevin to share, please post a comment.

Jonathan, Hedy and Kevin (left to right)

Photos courtesy of the Seattle Mennonite Church

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Related Sites
  • Homeless Remembrance Project The main site of the Homeless Remembrance Project, with much more about the Tree of Life.
  • Mary's Place The only day center where homeless women can go with their children & co-sponsor of Women in Black.
  • WHEEL WHEEL (Women’s Housing, Equality & Enhancement League) is a grassroots organizing effort of homeless women.