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Charlie George Sharclane
Juneau, Sitka and Hoonah resident Charlie George Sharclane died Dec. 30, 1999, in Anchorage at Alaska Native Medical Center.
He was born Oct. 5, 1959, to Daniel and Sarah Sharclane of Hoonah.
He was known as Chilla Chella. Some of his hobbies were Native carving, cooking and preparing Native foods. His favorite greeting was ``Waa'sa ituwatee,'' a traditional Tlingit, ``Hello, how are you doing.''
He was preceded in death by his parents, his grandparents George and Jessie Dalton and his sisters Delores Neitzel and Norma Rockwood.
He is survived by his son Nathan Williams of Sitka, his sisters Diane Carrier and Sarah Lampe of Hoonah and Myrtle Brogdon of Seattle, brothers Daniel R. Sharclane Jr., Phillip, Harry, John and Dean Sharclane, all of Hoonah, step-father Leroy McKinley of Juneau and a large extended family.
Services were held Jan. 3, 2000, in Hoonah. Pallbearers were Robert E. Sharclane, Jason Sharclane, Jordon Sharclane, Victor Johnson, Frank Lindoff, William Brown and Harvey Lindoff. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Marvin, Sr., Harvey Marvin, Glen Johnson, George Obert, Sam Hanlon Sr. and Ed Mercer.
Elizabeth M. (Goodman) Dozier
Former Juneau resident Elizabeth M. (Goodman) Dozier died Dec. 19, 1999, at her home in Bellingham, Wash.
She was born Nov. 15, 1919, in Seattle, to Isobel and August Goodman of Juneau. The family returned to Alaska in 1920 and she spent her early childhood on the family's fox farm near Point Couverden. They moved into Juneau when she was school age and she attended St. Ann's Parochial School, graduating in 1937. She attended business school in Seattle and then returned to Juneau.
She met and married Jerry Nottingham in 1942 and raised a family in Juneau. She worked for the Alaska Road Commission in the 1950s. She moved to Bellingham in 1960, and returned to Alaska in 1967 and served as an administrator with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Fairbanks until her retirement in 1981. She moved to Oregon, then back to Bellingham in 1989, where she resided until her death.
She is survived by her son Bill Nottingham of Juneau, daughters Evelyn Kimbrough of Bellingham, Wash., Patricia Campbell of Fairbanks, and Bonnie Griffin of Ridgefield, Wash., six grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Services were held in Bellingham, and she was interred beside her parents.
The family can be contacted in care of Bill Nottingham, P.O. Box 32724, Juneau, 99803-2724.