• Jeremy Townson 1989—2022

    Jeremy’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE).  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment

  • Lance Thompson 1969—2022

    Lance’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE).  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Richard Johnson 1963—2022

    Richard’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE).  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Issac Arthur Yaranon 1977—2021

    DOB 4/13/1977; died 12/18/2021 by suicide. Issac’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE).  If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • James “Jimmy” Morgan 1967—2021

    From requester Kathryn Whitehill: James, known to friends in Lake City as Jimmy or Boston Jimmy, was a beloved member of our community. He was a veteran. He always brought a joyful, upbeat presence to our program, and always greeted staff by name. He looked after his friends and fellow neighbors experiencing homelessness. He will be missed. James’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE). If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.

  • Rebecca “Becky” Murphy 1964—2021

    Becky was born June 26, 1964. She received services in Lake City for several years and is remembered in the homeless community there. She died in August 2021, in a popup camp in Woodland Park. Becky’s Leaf is at Lake City Mini Park (12359 Lake City Way NE). If you have photos or memories to share please post a comment.    

  • Elliott Donnell Yearby Jr 1990—2019

    Elliott Donnell Yearby Jr 4/24/1990-12/16/2019 From Pastor Jonathan of Seattle Mennonite Church: Debra Summers, deceased, raised Elliott with his uncle, Jay Steward, and his cousins Sean Summers and Jamie Mahn. He was her life and she was his life. The four children were inseparable.

  • James “Frenchy” French 1964–2021

    From his friend Stephanie Hessen: James was kind, funny, hardworking, intelligent, creative and the sweetest soul I’ve met. Honest to a fault and would give you anything. He loved music. He could sing CCR like no other. He drew and learned he could paint. Loved Seahawks, T-bones and wine.

  • William “Bill’ Jarboe 1958—2020

    From the Requester, Michelle Jones (MID Outreach Worker):   “Mr. Jarboe was SUCH a sweet man and a lively character who always had a kind word and a smile. I would stop to visit with him on Blanchard between 3rd and 4th where he would sit – across the street from the Cornelius apartments – against the wall in the long rays of the day’s last light – the red brick reflected onto his face, making his cheeks even redder.  His cheerfulness will be missed.” Kae Eaton of the Mental Health Chaplaincy and many at St Paul’s Episcopal Parish and its Karen Korn Project also knew and loved Bill. Bill’s Leaf…

  • Laten Arnold Jenkins, Jr 1981–2020

    Laten slept for years outside the Seattle Medical-Dental Building and was known and beloved by many who worked there, who requested a Leaf be placed for him where he slept.  His Leaf was dedicated on October 22, 2021 and laid on April 6, 2022. Laten’s brother Lawrence said of him, “Laten was a loving, honest, caring, funny, brilliant, yet simple man. He was a son, a big brother, a cousin, and an uncle. He was dearly loved and will be deeply missed” and more in his eulogy at Seattle Emerald. If you have photos or memories of Laten, please post a comment.  

  • Colin Manderson 1961-2021

    Colin was born August 25, 1961. He passed away in his apartment bed at Plymouth Housing on 2nd and Stewart on March 9, 2021. From his friend Tim Reilly: “Colin was a long-time survivor of street and shelter living here in Seattle. There is not likely a single senior service center in town that would not recognize him. Most poignantly, he was estranged from his son Reece from age 2-33. Reece reappeared in his life about 1 year before passing on the streets of Seattle. Having Reece remembered with one of your leaves was a triumphant consolation to him. It is his picture on your site holding the leaf of…

  • Mohamed Hersi 1986–2021

    Mohamed died March 24, 2021 at City Hall Park. Women in Black stood vigil for him on April 21st. Mohamed’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have memories or photos of Mohamed, please post a comment. 7

  • David Milton Pledger 1967–2020

    David died April 18, 2020 at 420 4th Avenue. Women in Black stood vigil for him. David’s Leaf is on the 4th Avenue side of Seattle City Hall. If you have memories or photos of David, please post a comment.