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Our heartfelt thanks are sent to the people who provided words of comfort and prayers during the brief illness and passing of Kenneth W. James, our brother, father, uncle, and grandfather, on Jan. 1, 2004; the people of Angoon who greeted us at such an early hour and presented his remains at various tribal houses; and for the lunch provided by Angoon ANS at the Frances Johnson Memorial Church; Glacier Valley ANS Camp 70, for organizing and providing refreshments at the Juneau memorial service; Sitka ANB-ANS for the use of their hall and the lunch provided to the family and friends; U.S. Army Honor Guard from Fort Richardson; The American Legion, Sitka Post 13; the Alaska Army National Guard bugler, who took personal time to perform; Sitka Presbyterian Church and staff; the personnel of the National Cemetery of Sitka; Juneau Capitol Copy, for providing programs on short notice; doctors and nursing staff of Bartlett Regional Hospital; the remembrances from Petersburg; Tlingit & Haida Central Council; Tlingit & Haida Community Council; Kootznoowoo Corp.; Juneau ANB Camp 2 for use of their hall; and to all the people and organizations who sent cards, flowers and provided donations.
Selina and Murlin Everson and family
Arnold and Joseph James
Duff and Catrina Mitchell and family
Donelle and Dermot Howard and family
Joseph and Sharon Zuboff and family
Thea and Daniel Brown and family