Florence Allen, long time student of RSE, passed this plane on December 30, 2014. A private family memorial was held on January 9, 2015, near Philadelphia, where she was born. Florence had been a student of Ramtha since the Dialogue days, until the last few years, when Alzheimer’s Disease prevented her from attending. RSE was one of the most important things in her life for the last 30 years, and we know her studies will continue. She is survived by her daughter, Joy McBride (John), son Mark Fanning (Anna), and granddaughters Arianna and Elise Fanning.

April 23rd, 1937 - October 4th, 2014

Khatiya/Maxine Beasley, longtime RSE student, passed away on Oct. 4th, 2014. A celebration in honor of her life will be held Sunday Jan. 4th, 2015, from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm at Gordon’s Grange in Yelm, next to Gordon’s Garden Center at 308 Yelm Ave. East. Bring your favorite Khatiya story to share and a beverage of choice for a toast.

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Milton M Gordon - born 2/12/1936 passed away in Olympia of a massive heart attack 10/23/14.  He is survived by his loving wife Molly and children Gay, Scott (Helen) and Jeff Gordon (Pamela) and grandaughter Amanda of Texas.  A celebration of his life will be Sunday 11/16/14 at the Masonic Lodge next door to Gordon's Garden Center 308 Yelm Ave Yelm from 1PM to 3PM.  Come share some wine and wonderful food and you favorite Milt story, if you like.

March 14, 1943 - December 9th 2014

Wayne passed this plane December 9th 2014.
We welcome you to join his family and friends in honoring and celebrating his life.

Saturday December 20th
11am - 12pm guided meditation
12pm - 4pm Celebration and Potluck

Yelm Adult Community Center
16530 103rd Avenue Southeast Yelm, WA 98597

For more information call
(360) 490-7757 (Vickie)

June 19, 1943 - April 13, 2014

Alan Edward Olson, age 70, of Yelm passed away at his home Saturday, April 13, 2014.

Born in Tiviton, Rhode Island to Martha Hammond Olson and Oscar Evald Olson, Alan enjoyed living near the ocean and spending summer’s on his grandparents’ tobacco farm in Amherst.

Around the age of 13, he became active in Boy Scouts where he earned the distinction of Eagle Scout and ran his paper route. His love for the trumpet began around this time as well, eventually leading him to Eastman School of Music. While attending John Marshall High School in Rochester, New York, Alan participated in wrestling and football and more than a few pranks.