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"Debra Jean Debbie Cashio, 40Debra Jean Debbie Cashio, 40, of Oak Harbor, died suddenly in Seattle Friday, May 26, 2000.Debbie was born in Mount Vernon July 14, 1959, to Lawrence Floyd Waldron and Patty Sue (Asmus) Waldron. She was raised in Oak Harbor and La Conner, where she attended schools.Debbie is survived by her parents, Patty Sue Bower of Oak Harbor and Larry Waldron and wife Joyce of Henderson, Nev.; five children, Mike Cashio of Louisiana, and Lila Waldron, Tabatha, Sandy and Wade Adaszewski, all of Spokane; three sisters, Cindy Lou Breeding of Okanogan, Tammy Sue Stone of Swinomish, and Joylynn Brown of Oak Harbor; two brothers, Daniel Lee Waldron of Oak Harbor and Jason Matthew Bowen of Oregon; step-brothers and step-sisters, Jack, John, Gina, Jay, Ray, Kay and Joe Bowen.A private memorial service was held. Arrangements and cremation under direction of Burley Funeral Chapel.Clarence Barney Ince Sr., 80Clarence Barney Ince Sr., 80, 46-year resident of Oak Harbor, died at Whidbey General Hospital Thursday, June 1, 2000.Mr. Ince was born in Antelope, Ore., on April 8, 1920, to Martin Ince and Elnora (Dudley) Ince. He was raised in Wapato, where he graduated from high school. Following high school he entered the US Navy and served during World War II and the Korean Conflict. He retired from the Navy in 1961 as a chief petty officer.Clarence married Eva Mary Walters Nov. 10, 1944, in Portland, Ore. They moved to Oak Harbor in 1954. He was employed as a pipefitter for the Shell Oil Company in Anacortes for about 15 years. Other employment included being involved in commercial fishing in Alaska for 10 years, and auto mechanic at Skagit Speedway for several years, owning a TV repair shop in Oak Harbor for several years (which became Wilkins' TV Repair Shop) and owning a tavern for a short time.Clarence was a member of VFW Post No. 7392, American Legion George Morris Post No. 129, Fleet Reserve Association of Oak Harbor Branch No. 97, Pearl Harbor Survivors' Association and the National Rifle Association.A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 10, 2000, at 11 a.m. at Burley Funeral Chapel, Cmdr. Fred H. Renfroe, CDC, USN (Ret.), officiating. Arrangements and cremation under the direction of Burley Funeral Chapel.Thaddeus M. Thad Stokes, 86Thaddeus M. Thad Stokes, 86, 41-year resident of Coupeville, died at an adult care center in Coupeville on Saturday, June 3, 2000.Mr. Stokes was born in Belton, Texas, on Oct. 26, 1913, to Thomas D. Stokes and Ella Dewitt (Garner) Stokes. At the age of eight, he moved with his family to Concrete, where he was raised, graduating from Concrete High School in 1933. Following high school he served in the Civilian Conservation Corps for one year. He then began working for Superior Portland Cement as an operator/electrician. He served in the Army Air Corps for three years during World War II. Following the war, he returned to Superior Portland and continued working in the same capacity as before. He later worked on the construction of the refineries at Anacortes and Ferndale, and was employed by a private electrical contracting firm in Oak Harbor for several years.On July 16, 1953, he married Dorothy Betty Kees in Mount Vernon. They resided in Concrete until January 1959, when they moved to Coupeville. He was employed as an electrician in civil service at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station until his retirement in 1976. Thad was a member of the Coupeville Community Bible Church and was also a member of the Disabled American Veterans. He enjoyed camping, fishing, puttering in his workshop and was an avid reader.Thad is survived by two daughters, Mary Ann Bailey and husband Lynn of Coupeville and Marie Hanby of Newport News, Va.; three grandchildren, Cheri Hanby of Port Republic, Va., Tami Hanby of Virginia Beach, Va., and Kevin Bailey of Brandon, Fla.; a brother, Tom Stokes of La Mesa, N.M.; a sister Mildred Gardinier of Mount Vernon; and numerous other relatives. He was preceded in death by his wife Betty on April 10, 1996, and by an infant son, William Benton Stokes.A memorial service will be held Friday, June 9, 2000, at 2:30 p.m., at Forest Park Cemetery, Concrete, Pastor Rob Thomas of the Concrete Community Bible Church officiating. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 6315 A&B Fleming, Everett, 98203, or to a favority charity. Arrangements and cremation under direction of Burley Funeral Chapel."