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on the board and as president of the
Henry Haugen died April 25, 2013,
at the age of 79.
Linnea Long grew up near Los Angeles
and developed a lifelong love of the
beach. After becoming a “recovering
attorney,” she spent many years em-
ployed in private practice, as corporate
counsel at Time oil, and most recently
as content acquisition manager for
Avvo. She earned a second degree in
information sciences at the UW and
had a second career as a special librar-
ian. She loved books and reading and
was the cruise director when her fam-
ily leased a 39-foot catamaran to cruise
around Puget Sound.
Linnea Long died May 9, 2013, at the
age of 60.
Alan B. Mador
Alan Mador was born in Washington,
D.c. He graduated from evergreen
State college and earned his law de-
gree from Seattle University School
of Law. Alan worked for the Seattle
Tenants Union and as a king county
public defender. He fought employee
discrimination for the Lee Smart Law
Firm, and helped prevent discrimina-
tion as a legal-compliance officer for
Washington Mutual Bank. He was
certified in 2008 as a senior profes-
sional in human resources and worked
for the Washington State Department
of Social and Health Services. He met
his wife through a mutual interest in
world travel and ballroom dance.
Alan Mador died April 30, 2013, at
the age of 60.
Blaire R. Rios
Blaire Rios graduated from Mayfield
High School in Las cruces, New Mexico. She received a degree in business
management from New Mexico State
University and her law degree from
the University of Idaho college of
Law. She was an attorney for Louisiana Pacific corporation in Portland,
oregon, and later lived in Nashville,
Tennessee. She was an active volunteer and employee at her children’s
school, Percy Priest elementary, and
was active with Gilda’s club. Rios enjoyed cooking and traveling, was an
avid reader, loved animals, and was
involved in politics.
Blaire Rios died April 1, 2013, at
the age of 51.
Irving D. Smith Jr.
Irving Davenport Smith Jr. was a lifelong resident of Seattle. He attended
Queen Anne High School, where he
joined the Sea Scouts and discovered a passion for sailing. He worked
for Pecks oil, then as a journeyman
sheet-metal worker for Todd’s Shipyard Seattle before joining the U.S.
coast Guard Reserve during WWII,
where he served as a coxswain in the
Pacific theater. Smith received his law
degree from the UW School of Law
and joined Arthur e. campbell-Hus-ted company Independent Insurance
Adjusters, where he became partner
and then president. Smith was a life
member of the Honorable Blue Goose
International, the local Veterans of
Foreign Wars chapter 3063, and the
Disabled American Veterans. He enjoyed fishing, sailing, and camping,
and was an accomplished equestrian.
Irving Smith Jr. died May 25, 2013,
at the age of 93.