Alpha Dawn "Alla" KNESS
Age 52, passed away April 27, 2000 in Federal Way, WA.
Alla graduated from Queen Anne High School in Seattle and the University of Washington.
She is survived by two daughters;
Karina (Dan) Kness-Kuhl of Fort Lewis, WA,
Alena Rose Kness of Portland OR,
five brothers and sisters; Lonnie II, Dana, Carlos, Mona Taylor and Kendall,
three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by 1 sister; Elizabeth Williams.
Memorial services will be held Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. at
BONNEY-WATSON FEDERAL WAY FUNERAL HOME,
1535 S.W. Dash Point Road, Federal Way, WA.
Contributions may be made to National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
man by the name of Albert Richards spent over forty years
The editor of the Smithsonian Magazine wrote: "Albert G. Richards, a teacher of dental radiography, had focused his x-ray machine not on teeth, but on blossoms, thus revealing the startling inner beauty of familiar flowers."
sorry I never had a chance to share this with you Alpha. It reminded me
so much of you.
this site just keeps on growing
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Follow this link to view the Painting called Alpha DawnSoaring High
created by our talented friend Dick Ranck from the Brainstorm community
Follow this link to view the a Photo of Alpha taken by the Boot, George Brett
who visited with Alpha during a trip to Seattle
An explanation of Alpha's many names, as shared by
Rick Albertson, aka rixter in the words of ALPHA
Pictures of ALPHA taken by Fred Herincx in 1998
at Saqra's Showcase in Vancouver, WA
The poem When Tomorrow Never Comes with
image created by Nellie Vrolyk
Christina Rosetti's poem Remember Me When I'm Gone with
Banner created by Deb Barone
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