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Aug. '22 - Dec. '97" Now Chris can rest in peace.

Gary James Ashman, 45, of Sebeka, MN, died on Feb. 18, 1998. He was born June 14, 1952 to Rosemarie (Caruso) and James Ashman in Roslyn. Afer finishing high school in Port Washington, Gary moved to Texas where he lived for 14 years. He moved to Montana, then to Minneapolis. In 1990 he moved to Sebeka where on Dec. 20, 1992, he married Joyce Larsen Heino. They owned and operated Ashman's Drywall of Sebeka. Gary is survived by his wife, Joyce; three sons, Joshua, Jesse and Brent Heino; three daughters, Sacy Ashman, Stepanie Heino and Danielle Heino; his mother, Rosemarie Ashman and his father James Ashman; and grandchildren, Zachary, Arrysa, Myria and Nacrissa. He was preceded in death by his sister Cheryl and son, Daniel. Arrangements were made by the Cardini-Behrens Funeral Home, Sebeka. Memorial services at St. Ann's RC Church with Father Robert Homes officiating.

Virginia McDonnell, 78, of Port Washington, died on March 16, 1998. Daughter of the late George McDonnell and Florence Vasel. Cousin of Joan Nelson. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Funeral Mass at St. Peter of Alcantara RC Church. Interment Nassau Knolls Cemetery.

Wilson Doyle, of Port Washington, died on March 18, 1998. Husband of the late Eleanor. Father of Timothy and Terrence. Son of Elizabeth. Brother of Thomas and Nancy. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Religious service. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.

Jonathan Mark Thomas died on March 31, 1998. He was born in Paulding, OH on Oct. 6, 1978. His family later moved to Chapel Hill, NC. On April 1, 1982, the family arrived in Port Washington when his father became the pastor of what is now The Bible Church of Port Washington. Jonathan started his schooling at Port Washington Christian School in 1984. He was a good student of exceptional God-given ability. Jonathan was a progressive piano student and won awards in fitness areas and platform presentations. He was currently residing in Brentwood and died at North Shore Hospital, Plainview at the age of 19, of cardiac arrest. Jonathan was predeceased last year in the auto accident death of his older brother Nathaniel. He is survived by his parents Dr. John Michael Thomas and Donna; an older sister Karis; and four younger sisters, Hannah, Joanna, Leanna and Anna Lisa. A funeral service was conducted at the church by his father on April 4. The family is thankful both for Jonathan, who was God's gift to them for 19 years, and for the kindness of many in the community.




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