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Daniel Morgan Brown-Brux
Juneau resident Daniel Morgan Brown-Brux died May 21, 2000, in his home.
He was born Nov. 27, 1963, in Bellingham, Wash., to Robert and Nina Brux and raised by his mother and his adoptive father Gerald Brown.
He graduated from North Salinas High School in California and attended Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka along with other colleges in California, Washington and Alaska.
After a river-diving accident at the age of 19, his life was challenged. His family said that once he recovered he looked for a home and found it in Juneau, a place he was loyal to and loved. He worked at various jobs in fisheries, logging, mines and casual labor. He was an all-weather lover of the outdoors.
He is survived by his mother Nina Brux and brother Rod of Seattle, brothers Ken, Bob, Troy and sister Tonya of California; grandparents Bill and Eileen Brux, Elizabeth Walter, Sue Brown; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousin and nephews.
A gathering of friends will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Heritage Coffee Co. Cafe in downtown Juneau.
Bonnie Ann Wright
Former Juneau resident Bonnie Ann (Chesney) Wright died May 2, 2000, at Stevens Memorial Hospital in Edmonds, Wash.
She was born May 6, 1930, to Edward and Gertrude Chesney in Washington and moved to Alaska as a girl. The family lived in Seward, Wasilla, Chichagof and Juneau.
She graduated from Juneau High School in 1948 and attended Eastern Washington University. She married Elwin Wright in 1950 and the couple lived in Douglas until they moved to Edmonds, Wash., in 1956. She was active with Campfire for many years and a tutor with Washington Literacy.
She was preceded in death by her parents and father in law.
She is survived by her husband Elwin Wright of Edmonds, Wash., son Gary (and wife Teresa) Wright of Bothell, Wash.; daughter Gwelda (and husband Edward) Bowman of Seattle and four grandchildren.
At her request, there were no services and her ashes were scattered in Puget Sound.
Memorials can be made to the Stevens Foundation, 21601 76th Avenue West, Edmonds, Wash., 98026.