Danielle Louwella Jones

January 9, 2001 – February 15, 2021

My beloved granddaughter Danielle Jones has gone home to our heavenly father. 
It was my greatest honor and privilege to have raised her and loved her.

Every day of her life she told me she loved me, and I her. I will miss her with every breath I take. She was a lovely young woman who loved with her whole heart. She had a fabulous crazy sense of humor, and loved to laugh. She had a love for Anime, reading about history and watching scary movies.

She will be missed by so many people, but she was welcomed home by Jesus. She was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Louwella Jones (granny), great grandfather, Glenn Jones (papa), grandma Cam Walden and so many others who passed before her. I know they were all waiting at the gate to greet her.

Danielle was very proud of her Native American heritage, and loved telling people that she was native. She was getting back to her Native American roots. She was also Christian, and had been saved, excepting Jesus Christ as her savior. She is now in His arms. 

Danielle is survived by her baby daughter Lucille Jones, mother, Heather Jones, father, Leroy Henry, grandmothers, Glenda Heath and Pam Peters; special sister, Kaley Henry; and five younger siblings, Great-great Uncle Pete Henry, Aunt Debbie(ebby debby), Uncle Ken, Uncle Garry, Aunt Cheryl, Uncle Beau, Aunt Michelle, Uncle Allen, Grandpa Mike, and too many family and friends to mention including family in Tulalip.. We all loved her more than I can say. I will honor her memory by telling her little girl how much her mother loved her. I will share with her the story of her life. She is preceded in death by her grandfather, Duane Henry and uncle Robert Myers Jr.


In lieu of flowers please honor Danielle’s memory by donating to University of Washington Mental Health Research


A graveside service will be held Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 at 12:00 Noon at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home. 

Katherine Maryanne Monger

March 31, 1937 – February 5, 2021

Katherine Maryanne Monger of Tulalip WA went to be with our lord on Feb 5, 2021.

She was born March 31, 1937 in Auburn WA. She loved to travel with the 1910 shaker members and cedar circle. She was very traditional, would share her teachings with everybody that would listen every chance she could. She served on the enrollment committee for the Tulalip Tribes for years. She loved to travel with the seniors and enjoyed playing bingo and slots. She also enjoyed sewing, crocheting.

She loved cooking especially for special events at the Tulalip Amphitheatre, Boom City, kid’s fundraiser events for sports, family and spiritual functions. 
Although she was a raider fan she supported our Seahawks and enjoyed game days with family. 

She was proceeded in death by her husband of 47 years James (Jim) Monger Dad & Mom Robert & Ivy Guss, daughters Ivy Guss II & Ella Sanchez, Brother Alvin Charles, Grandsons Albert Power and John Gibson and son in law Robert Power. And her fur baby- baby.

She is survived by her favorite cousin Lillian (Baby) Gomez and family, daughter Elizabeth Monger Grandchildren Michael (Crystal) Monger, Chris (Heidi) Enick, Dakota (Darla) Monger, David and Andrew Enick, Robert (Lisa) Guss, Ivy and Selena Guss and Anthony Power, 27 great grandchildren 15 great great-grandchildren and numerous adopted kids and grandkids and extended family. 

She touched many lives and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Viewing at Schafer-Shipman funeral home Wed Feb 10, 2021 8am-10:30 am 
Burial to follow at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home. 

Carnegie P. “Gee Gee” Hayes

February 14, 1966 – January 16, 2021

A proud Tulalip Tribal member. Born to Merle A. Hayes II, Marvin & April Smith. Humble old man soul was his gift to our people. Commercial fisherman and hunter.
His memories and love for his family will always be remembered and shared.
He is preceded in death, grandparents Marya Moses, Neil Moses, Merle Hayes I, Marjorie Henry Hayes, Wife of 17yrs Carol Hayes, Sister Tamera Hayes, granddaughter Adrea Elliott, nieces Sophia Solomon, Victoria Russell, Wade Abuan Sr. Many family and friends.
He leaves behind parents Merle A. Hayes II, Marvin & April Smith, Ateesha (Issaac Elliott), Micheal McClellan Sr, Elieja Elliott, Kyliah Elliott, Amaya McClellan, Michael McClellan Jr., Bernadette Abuan, Holliday Hayes, Merle A. Hayes III,his girlfriend Tara Parks, and many family and friends of community. . Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.

Gerald Duane FRYBERG Sr.

MAY 12, 1943 – JANUARY 16, 2021

Sunrise May 12, 1943 Sunset January 16, 2021 Gerald D Fryberg, Sr. 77, of Tulalip WA left our world on January 16, 2021. He was born, raised and lived his life on the Tulalip Reservation. Born to Martin Fryberg and Josephine Hatch Fryberg on May 12, 1943.

He was the first Tulalip Tribal member to complete the Federal Indian police academy in New Mexico and the first Tulalip Police Officer. He is known for being the Security Director at the Tulalip Bingo and then for the Tulalip Casino Resort until he retired.

He is survived by his wife Sammy Kaye Fryberg of Nez Perce; Eleven children. Brothers Billy (Sharlene) Dean Fryberg, Sr., Marlin Fryberg Sr., Cyrus (Karen) Fryberg and Sister Jeanette Fryberg. Special Niece and Nephew Marci Fryberg and Marlin Fryberg Jr. Hunting nephew Dennis Allman and children 50+ Grandchildren, 61+ Great Grandkids. Numerous Great great Grandkids, nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his Parents Martin Fryberg and Josephine Hatch Fryberg; Byron Fryberg, Sr., Myron Fryberg Sr. LeRoy Fryberg Sr., LeRoy Fryberg Jr., Clarence Hatch; Gerald Fryberg III (Handsome), Clinton Fryberg, Amelia Spencer; Anita Maurice; Baby Boy Spencer, Melvin Boehme, Christopher Boehme.

Graveside Service at Mission Beach Cemetery on 1/21/2021 at 9:00 AM

Harold Lewis “Uncle Mickey” Walker

November 7, 1916 – January 11, 2021

Uncle Mickey passed away peacefully on January 11th at the age of 104 surrounded by family. Mickey was born in Cleveland Ohio on November 7th 1916 and spent many years sailing the Great Lakes as a merchant marine. Anyone who knew Uncle Mickey heard stories of the massive waters of the great lakes and the adventures that filled him for a lifetime. 
In 1941 Uncle Mickey began his service in the United States Navy where he served until 1945. He was a proud WWII veteran, and his whole family is proud of him. 


Mickey married his love Ruth Coy a Tulalip Tribal member in 1946, they spent many years in Renton while he made a career with the Boeing Company. Uncle made friends everywhere he went and that included many from Boeing. 


Mickey and Ruth made their way back to Tulalip where he retired from the Everett branch of Boeing. During this time Mickey and Ruth enjoyed being home in the Tulalip community; active at St. Anne’s Church, community ceremonies and partaking in traditional ways of being. Mickey was bestowed the title Honorary Tribal Member for his dedication and love for the Tulalip people. 


Uncle Mickey moved to a remote area in Arizona and began to lead a simple life, taking walks and enjoying the outdoors and traveling the Southwest with Ruth. He was very independent all the way until the end of his life. Uncle Mickey was a proud man, honorable and had a wonderful sense of humor. 


Uncle moved back to Tulalip 7 years ago and lived the rest of his life living with his nephew Lenny and spending time with family. Uncle Mickey is survived has numerous nieces and nephews who brightened up his life. He is preceded in death by his wife Ruth Walker, his parents, two brothers and a sister. 


We would like to thank all the caregivers who helped make Uncles life full, happy and healthy over the last couple of years. We will remember Uncle Mickey’s smile for the rest of our lives, he blessed us until his last breath and will continue on for the rest of ours. 

A graveside service will be held Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 12 Noon at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home

Ami Ashli Pablo

July 19, 1978 – January 6, 2021

Ami Ashli Pablo of Tulalip passed away on January 6, 2021. 
She was born on July 19, 1978 to Cheryl Enick and Eddy Pablo Sr. 


Ami loved being out on the water crabbing and fishing with her family. She worked at the Tulalip Liquor store and Tulalip Bingo. Ami enjoyed and was a competitive pool player. She also worked as a stewardess on the Mt. Mitchell and traveled off to Alaska. She truly enjoyed just driving around and flipping everyone the peace sign with her bright smile and showing off her big dimples. She truly enjoyed spending time with her grand-children they were her whole world. 


Ami is survived by her mother Cheryl (Dan) Enick and step mom Lori Parks. 
Siblings/Brothers: Roy (Ananda) Pablo, Eddy (Sage) Pablo, Dean (Darlena) Pablo, Matthew Pablo and Kanim Henry; sisters, Tara and Leandra. Her Daughter Kia (Adam) Pablo
Grandchildren: Chuckie, Sheraylah, Penina, Avonna and one unborn grandchild on the way. 
Numerous other family members and friends.
Proceeded in death by her Father Eddy Pablo Sr., Her brother James Pablo, and her son Dontae Wayne Jones. Her grandparents: James and Evelyn Enick, Leota and Louie Pablo Sr. 

A graveside service will be held Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 10:00 am at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.

Tamara Lee Hayes

April 8, 1963 – January 4, 2021

Tamara Lee Hayes 57, went on her journey to our ancestors on January 4, 2021. Born April 8, 1963 to Merle A. Hayes II “Hillbillie Rocker Chuck” and April Smith (Marvin). A proud Tulalip Tribal member; living her amazing beautiful life on reservation. Her powerful smile and natural motherly support for all. Led her to become a great treasure box of cultural teachings, that her involvement, true dedication to her people/community was shared throughout Indian country. 


She enjoyed and loved berry picking, storytelling, bingo slots, travel, never afraid of hard work, or to lend anyone a hand or hug. 


Her treasure box of grandchildren “gems”, she was never afraid to share her gems and share her contagious humor with friends and family. Holidays “dinna” is where she shines, keeping us close and being such a great warrioress motivated her to become the best she could be simply make a whole room become one with just her presence. Tamara’s strength for our family came through her spirituality and faith in the Lord. She leaves a humble legacy and her true legend qualities with her daughters, where she lived with Cierra Williams they both raised her grandchildren together. Blessings to our awesome family, she appreciated and adored all her aunts, uncles, friends, and family which helped build her foundation. 


Survived by, Father Merle A. Hayes II, Mother April (Marvin) Smith, siblings: Merle A. Hayes III, Carnagie (Tara) Hayes, Bernadette Abuan, Holliday Hayes (Antonio). Children: Courtney Solomon and Cierra Williams. Grandchildren: Owen A.J. Woods, Martine Tamara Solomon (Trevor), Wesley G.V. Solomon, Irene R.A. Solomon, Darrian L. Solomon, Pierce J. McCLellan, Christopher S. McClellan, Sophia Victoria Rose Williams. Great grandsons: Shawn Lee Solomon and soon to be great-grandchild. 


Proceeded in death by her grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins. Beloved Sophia Solomon and Edison McClellan Jr.

A graveside service will be held Monday, January 11, 2021 at 12 Noon at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.

Elaine Janice Moses

October 26, 1938 – December 26, 2020

Elaine Janice Moses, 82, of Tulalip, WA, passed away December 26, 2020 at home with her family by her side. She was born October 26, 1938 in Tulalip to Oscar and Charlotte Paul.

She worked at the Tulalip Casino in maintenance. She enjoyed going to the Casino, working with her flowers, being with her grandchildren, and her outings with Sylvia.

She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Gilbert Moses Sr.; four children, Sylvia (Robert) Myers, Arnel (Alan) Williams, and Gilbert Moses, Jr.; sisters, Charlene Williams and Clarice Moses; eight grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; and daughter, Nancy Moses. 


There will be a graveside service Saturday, January 2, 2021 at 12 noon at Mission Beach Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.

Geraldine “Geri” Bill

October 11, 1935 – December 26, 2020

Geraldine “Geri” Bill of Tulalip, WA was born to Laura Ella and Isadore Tom Sr, on October 11, 1935. She went to be with the Lord on December 26, 2020. 


Geri had a strong spiritual foundation guided by her late father who was a spiritual healer and advisor, Geri enjoyed traveling to stick games and made many friends along the way. She also loved to play Bingo, and she was a big Seahawks fan. 


She leaves behind her children Inez Bill, Jolene Bill, Donna Houle (Darrell), Brian Bill (Stephanie), Kristy Bill (Philip, Dec.); sisters Loretta Tom and Sammy Kay(Gerald). She also leaves behind numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren;, nieces, nephews and extended family members. She is reunited with her parents Isadore Tom Sr. and Laura Tom; her brothers Isadore Tom Jr, and Alvin Tom; sisters, Loreen Lawrence, Janice Edwards ,Beverly Tom, Nancy Tom, Lucy John and Sandra Tom.


We were not ready for Geri to leave us but God called her away, Geri will be greatly missed by her family and friends, there will not be a funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions, but a gathering will be planned and held at a later date. 

RoseAnn Green

May 30, 1964 – December 18, 2020

RoseAnn Green, 56, of Tulalip went to be with the Lord on December 18, 2020. She was born in Darrington, WA on May 30, 1964. RoseAnn loved to travel and lived many places such as California, New Mexico, Hawaii, Wyoming, although her true home was Darrington and Tulalip Washington. 

RoseAnn saw the world as her canvas. She traveled so much that it would be impossible to name all of the places she’d gone. Her favorite trips were to see her daughter Tanya and the grandkids. These took her to Germany, Spain, Colorado, and Idaho! An especially proud moment in her life was when her daughter received her MBA degree. She always boasted that her son Jeff was a gentle, intellectual soul and was always there for her. She was so happy when he found love and married Jennifer. RoseAnn loved watching cooking shows and would make versions of what she saw then deliver them to the lucky recipient. Her dishes and appetizers were always a hit at gatherings, including cooking dishes for Darrington funeral dinners. 


RoseAnn loved the Seahawks; she recorded every game. Go Hawks! Her beloved dog Winston was always by her side and ready for a ride. She was a generous person who always found ways to give her time to others, whether it was an event, helping a friend or helping her parents during the pandemic. RoseAnn loved her leadership roles with the Tulalip Tribes. She was highly intelligent, a problem solver and loved organizing. She was athletic and enjoyed softball, cheerleading, and golf! She really enjoyed playing slots at the casinos and loved reading books. RoseAnn did not want the spotlight but she always lit up the room when she walked in. She made friends easily and brought joy wherever she went. 


She is survived by her daughter, Tanya Burns; and husband, Elliott, of Arlington; son, Jeffrey Sharp and wife Jennifer, of Tulalip; dad, Neil Green, Sr. and wife Nancy, of Darrington; mom, Eleanor Nielsen and husband Eddie, sister, Linda Aranda and husband Carlton; brothers, Brad Green and Neil Green Jr., all of Tulalip; sister, Nina Reece, of Arlington; sister, Teresa Meece and husband Richard, of Darrington; and the lights of her life her grandchildren, Brooklan and Remi. She also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, and tons of cousins.
RoseAnn is reunited in Heaven with her brother, David Hunter; nephew, James Michael Emhoolah; maternal grandparents, Bernice Sheldon Williams and John Miller; paternal grandparents, Roy Green and Maggie Green; and her best friend, Cynthia “Sindy” Kay King.
We were not ready for RoseAnn to leave us, but God called her away. RoseAnn will be deeply missed by her family and friends. There will not be a funeral proceeding due to COVID-19 restrictions, but a gathering will be planned and held at a later date. Arrangement entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.