SMITH GOODFRIEND, P.S.
Available for referral or association in
insurance coverage and bad faith appeals
National Surety Corp. v. Immunex Corp., 162 Wn. App. 762
(2012), aff’d, 176 Wn.2d 872 (2013).
Moratti ex rel. Tarutis v. Farmers Ins. Co., 162 Wn. App. 495
(2011), rev. denied, 173 Wn.2d 1022, cert. denied, 133 S.Ct. 198
Howard v. Royal Specialty Underwriting, Inc., 121 Wn. App. 372
contact Howard Goodfriend or Catherine Smith at:
Washington’s Appellate Law Firm
he practiced land use and real estate
law for 35 years. He enjoyed cooking
gourmet meals, reading, and robust
George A. Kresovich died on Aug.
24, 2013, at the age of 63.
Frank L. LaBare
Frank LaBare was born in Coeur
d’Alene, Idaho. LaBare was a family
law attorney for over 20 years and
served his clients with compassion
and integrity. LaBare’s life centered
around his family. He was a passion-
ate advocate for education and a life-
long learner. He encouraged his chil-
dren to pursue higher education and
was very proud of their accomplish-
ments. LaBare enjoyed reading and
had a great sense of humor.
Frank L. LaBare died on July 12,
2013, at the age of 59.
Bradley D. Martin
At dignitymemorial.com, in “The Sto-
ry of Brad,” Brad Martin is described
as a world traveler, Grand Canyon
hiker, climber, teacher, motorcycle
camper, and “too cool uncle.” He
was a technology wizard and nature
lover. He looked at the world with a
writer’s eye and was always ready to
help a stranger. He worked as counsel
for Superior Energy Services in New
Orleans, LA, and as in-house counsel
Bradley D. Martin died July 9,
2013, at the age of 44.
Byron E. McClanahan
Byron “Barney” McClanahan worked
as a logger after high school. He
joined the Army Air Corps and served
in North Africa as a top turret gunner. He graduated from the UW and
earned his law degree from Gonzaga
University School of Law. He opened
a law practice in Shelton in 1953. He
worked as the prosecutor for Mason County and was also the county
coroner. He made the news when he
requested to add “castration” as part
of the defendant’s punishment in the
case of James Chico Wilson who was
charged with the rape and murder of
an eight-year-old girl. He liked hunting, the outdoors, and spending time
on Hood Canal.
Bryon E. McClanahan died on Oct.
19, 2013, at the age of 91.
J. Hartly Newsum
Hartly Newsum spent most of his
childhood in Walla Walla but moved
to Spokane as a teenager. He graduated from Whitman College and earned
his LL.B. from Willamette University.
He opened his own practice in Bellevue in the 1970s. He was a volunteer
with Volunteer Legal Services, Volunteer Attorneys for People with AIDS,
and the Housing Justice Project.
Newsum was named the King County
Bar Association’s Pro Bono Attorney
of the Year in 2003. He served several years on the board of the Multiple
Sclerosis Association of King County,
Eastside Alcohol and Referral Center,
and was a member of the Seattle Jaycees. He enjoyed gardening, reading,
J. Hartly Newsum died on Aug. 8,
2013 at the age of 77.
Peter D. Preston
Peter Preston was born and raised in
Seattle. He graduated from Roosevelt