• Tyler Osburn 1992—2022

    Tyler’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of City Hall.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Antonio Tiongco 1961—2022

    Antonio’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of City Hall.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Jacob Johnson 1982—2022

    Jacob’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.  

  • Treasa Sides 1958—2022

    Treasa used to stand vigil with Women in Black at the Justice Center.  Her Leaf is on the 5th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Anthony Williams 1978—2022

    Anthony’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Zackary Morris 1990—2022

    From his mom: “Zack was only 31 years old when he died.  He was the third child of four, and had two brothers and a sister.  We all loved him so much and worried about him.  We all tried to help Zack but just didn’t really know how.  Zack had a heart of gold.  He would give the shoes off his feet to anyone who needed them more than he did.  We tried giving him clothes, blankets, etc., but he would always just give them away to another homeless person.  He always had a smile and was happy growing up.  At the end his smile was going away and the…

  • Kurtis Johnson 1991—2022

    Kurtis’s Leaf is on the 5th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Matthew Anahonak 1960—2021

    Matthew died of hypothermia 11/23/21 at 2nd and Yesler. His Leaf is on the 5th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Scott Morrow 1957—2022 

    From Rich Gamble at Keystone United Church of Christ in Seattle: “Scott was a community organizer who worked with low-income tenants and homeless people in Seattle for most of his adult life. Seattle has been deeply impacted by his tireless efforts, though few may know how much of debt this city owes to his legacy. Scott was a community organizer. Asked to speak to some group about his work and he would bring homeless people to speak about their work. He was tenacious, utterly committed to his vocation, with an ever-present sense of humor. The communities that Scott worked with were often challenging for those in power who wanted homeless…

  • Joshua Swann 1990—2022

    From Joshua’s mother, Regena Bain: He will always have a special place in my heart… he had a heart of gold always wanting to learn new things…he is in a better place with his grandma Bessie n Grandpa Joe getting all the love he deserves that he couldn’t get… I bet his gleaming smile and sparkling eyes are as bright as ever today looking down over us… forever in our hearts Joshy…RIP…. Joshua’s Leaf is on the 5th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Trenton Harris 1991-2022

    Trenton’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Thom Norton 1978—2020

    Thomas Clell Norton From Thom’s wife Kristin Norton: Born and raised in the suburbs of Seattle, Thom developed a love of music and tattoos.  He was an amazing artist and enjoyed drawing, playing the guitar, and singing.  Thom was a kind and nomadic soul who developed friendships easily.  His closest friends would agree that he was anything but boring.  He led an adventurous and active life.  He was always the life of the party and enjoyed running with some of the local bands until he met his one true love and became a father.  He obtained certifications in auto body repair and spent many hours repairing cars as a profession.…

  • Reno Maiava 1970—2022

    Reno’s Leaf is at 3rd Avenue and Pine Street.  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.