• Ryan Nairn Moore 1988–2019

    Born 8/23/88—Died 3/12/19.   Beloved in Ballard, he was a musical fellow, whose nickname was “Kurt Cobain.” Ryan’s Leaf is at Ballard Library.  If you have photos or memories of Ryan, please post a comment.

  • James “Jimbo” Robinson 1955–2011

    Jimbo’s  Leaf is at Ballard Library.  His daughter was at Ballard Library for the dedication of his Leaf and that of his brother, Walter “Tommy” Robinson.  Jimbo was beloved in Ballard; he occasionally went to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.  If you have photos or memories of Jimbo, please post a comment.

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    Zachary “Zack” Cailing Sr. 1977—2018

    Zack’s Leaf is at Ballard Library. Zack died outside the Market Street 7-11 on 10/11/18.  His memorial was held in Bellingham. Memorial Page Grandma Arlene, Aunt Crystal and Zack’s niece stood in our Women in Black vigil with us on 11/7/18. They were at Ballard Library for the dedication of his Leaf. If you have photos or memories of Zack, please post a comment.

  • Aaron “Diggles” Johnson 1986–2018

    Born 9/8/86-Died January 2018 at Shilshole. Women in Black stood vigil for Aaron. Friends placed a heart-shaped marker for him near Ballard Commons in Spring 2019. Aaron’s Leaf is at Ballard Library. If you have photos or memories of Aaron, please post a comment.

  • Taylor Vreeland ?–2014

    Taylor was the informal “Head Chef” at Mary’s Place Day Center for many a year.  Her Leaf is at Mary’s Place. If you have photos or memories of Taylor, please share them by posting a comment.

  • Sue Inglis 1962–2017

    Sue was a powerful presence in the homeless women’s community, and a strong and gifted leader in WHEEL.  Her Leaf is at Mary’s Place. If you have photos or memories of Sue, please share them by posting a comment.

  • Rose Foster 1951–2011

    Rose’s Leaf is at Mary’s Place. If you have photos or memories of Rose, please share them by posting a comment.

  • John “Akasha” Dolato, Jr. 1956–2009

    John (also known as Akasha/Akacia/Taz) overcame life-long challenges with mental illness and stress to be a supportive leader in a tree-sitter community that successfully protected ancient forests in California and Oregon. Yet again facing impending homelessness on Seattle streets he died by suicide on January 11, 2009. His Leaf is at All Pilgrims Church, in his old stomping grounds of Capitol Hill.  If you have photos or memories of him, please post a comment.

  • Samuel Hakimian 1952–2014

    From a staffperson at the Compass Housing Alliance Pioneer Square Men’s program: “Samuel was kind, thoughtful, enlightened, and strong.” Samuel’s Leaf is at Compass Center. If you have photos or memories of Samuel, please post a comment.

  • Jacob Demasters 1981–2018

    From his cousin Sylvana: “Jacob should be remembered for his humor, nomadic spirit, and love and loyalty to his family.” Jacob’s Leaf is at Compass Center. If you have photos or memories of Jacob, please post a comment.