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  • Interfaith All Souls Day Service remembers those nearly forgotten

    With soothing musical interludes interwoven throughout the service by pianist David Johnson, Selena Kilmoyer from Interfaith Works officiates the third annual Interfaith All Souls Day Service, Sunday afternoon at Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park in Tumwater. The service was in remembrance five people whose remains had gone unclaimed in Thurston County this year. The service also remembered victims of suicide in 2016 with the reciting of numbers from each month. Quixote Village resident Kelly Hilts also shared memories of his close friend and fellow village resident Blair Burwell who passed away in June.

With soothing musical interludes interwoven throughout the service by pianist David Johnson, Selena Kilmoyer from Interfaith Works officiates the third annual Interfaith All Souls Day Service, Sunday afternoon at Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park in Tumwater. The service was in remembrance five people whose remains had gone unclaimed in Thurston County this year. The service also remembered victims of suicide in 2016 with the reciting of numbers from each month. Quixote Village resident Kelly Hilts also shared memories of his close friend and fellow village resident Blair Burwell who passed away in June. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
With soothing musical interludes interwoven throughout the service by pianist David Johnson, Selena Kilmoyer from Interfaith Works officiates the third annual Interfaith All Souls Day Service, Sunday afternoon at Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park in Tumwater. The service was in remembrance five people whose remains had gone unclaimed in Thurston County this year. The service also remembered victims of suicide in 2016 with the reciting of numbers from each month. Quixote Village resident Kelly Hilts also shared memories of his close friend and fellow village resident Blair Burwell who passed away in June. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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