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Amos M. Whetung
1918 - 2011

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Amos M. Whetung, 93, passed away 3/9/2011. He was a proud Native American. He was born 1/2/1918 on the Chippewa Reservation in Zeba , Michigan . Amos served in the US Army during WWII. He worked in Seattle as a longshoreman (local 19) for 30 years until retirement. 

Amos was preceded in death by his wife Georgianna Cross of 38 years. He is survived by his 5 children, Joseph, John & Marilyn of Washington, Elizabeth of South Dakota & Carol Anne of England ; 4 grandchildren and many great - grandchildren; brother, Albert & sisters, Myrtle & Chiz.

Amos was a good Christian man.His smile, warmth and gracious humble approach to life will always be remembered by those who were blessed to know him. He will be forever missed. There will be a family celebration of his life. Urn committal service with military honors will be held on Thurs. 3/31/11 at 2pm at Tahoma National Cemetery.


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