James Henry Doyon Jr.Age: 59 years19452004

Name
James Henry Doyon Jr.
Given names
James Henry
Surname
Doyon
Name suffix
Jr.
Birth August 25, 1945
Death September 3, 2004 (Age 59 years)
Cause of death: Lou Gehrig’s disease
Source: Legacy.com
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James Henry DOYON, Jr. Born, August 25, 1945 Died, September 3, 2004 Seattle, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, 1972 to 2004 Prior to his appointment as Deputy, James carried out a six-year enlistment in the United States Naval Air Reserve. From 1972 forward he served as Patrol Officer, Criminal Warrants Investigator, Arson Investigator, Field Training Officer, and Homicide Detective for King County. James was a dedicated member of the Green River Task Force from inception to conclusion. Son of James and Gwendolyn Doyon, and brother to Ron and Cynthia Doyon, he is survived by sister Susan Doyon, former wife Pamela Doyon, nephews Doug and Ron, and nieces Shannon and Charmaine. Cherished father to deeply devoted daughters Wendy and Ann Marie Doyon, James stood out among men with an unmatched dignity of character. Those wishing to make remembrances may regard the Evergreen Chapter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association as the desired recipient. Published in The Seattle Times from Sept. 9 to Sept. 12, 2004


  1. Generation 1
    1. James Henry Doyon Jr. was born on August 25, 1945 in Everett, Snohomish county, Washington, USA and died on September 3, 2004 in Seattle, King County, Washington, USA at the age of 59.

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James Henry DOYON, Jr. Born, August 25, 1945 Died, September 3, 2004 Seattle, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, 1972 to 2004 Prior to his appointment as Deputy, James carried out a six-year enlistment in the United States Naval Air Reserve. From 1972 forward he served as Patrol Officer, Criminal Warrants Investigator, Arson Investigator, Field Training Officer, and Homicide Detective for King County. James was a dedicated member of the Green River Task Force from inception to conclusion. Son of James and Gwendolyn Doyon, and brother to Ron and Cynthia Doyon, he is survived by sister Susan Doyon, former wife Pamela Doyon, nephews Doug and Ron, and nieces Shannon and Charmaine. Cherished father to deeply devoted daughters Wendy and Ann Marie Doyon, James stood out among men with an unmatched dignity of character. Those wishing to make remembrances may regard the Evergreen Chapter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association as the desired recipient. Published in The Seattle Times from Sept. 9 to Sept. 12, 2004

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James Henry DOYON, Jr. Born, August 25, 1945 Died, September 3, 2004 Seattle, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, 1972 to 2004 Prior to his appointment as Deputy, James carried out a six-year enlistment in the United States Naval Air Reserve. From 1972 forward he served as Patrol Officer, Criminal Warrants Investigator, Arson Investigator, Field Training Officer, and Homicide Detective for King County. James was a dedicated member of the Green River Task Force from inception to conclusion. Son of James and Gwendolyn Doyon, and brother to Ron and Cynthia Doyon, he is survived by sister Susan Doyon, former wife Pamela Doyon, nephews Doug and Ron, and nieces Shannon and Charmaine. Cherished father to deeply devoted daughters Wendy and Ann Marie Doyon, James stood out among men with an unmatched dignity of character. Those wishing to make remembrances may regard the Evergreen Chapter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association as the desired recipient. Published in The Seattle Times from Sept. 9 to Sept. 12, 2004

Birth August 25, 1945
Everett, Snohomish county, Washington, USA
Latitude: N47.97898 Longitude: W122.20208

Death September 3, 2004 (Age 59 years)
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
Latitude: N47.60621 Longitude: W122.33207

Cause of death: Lou Gehrig’s disease
Source: Legacy.com
Text:

James Henry DOYON, Jr. Born, August 25, 1945 Died, September 3, 2004 Seattle, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, 1972 to 2004 Prior to his appointment as Deputy, James carried out a six-year enlistment in the United States Naval Air Reserve. From 1972 forward he served as Patrol Officer, Criminal Warrants Investigator, Arson Investigator, Field Training Officer, and Homicide Detective for King County. James was a dedicated member of the Green River Task Force from inception to conclusion. Son of James and Gwendolyn Doyon, and brother to Ron and Cynthia Doyon, he is survived by sister Susan Doyon, former wife Pamela Doyon, nephews Doug and Ron, and nieces Shannon and Charmaine. Cherished father to deeply devoted daughters Wendy and Ann Marie Doyon, James stood out among men with an unmatched dignity of character. Those wishing to make remembrances may regard the Evergreen Chapter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association as the desired recipient. Published in The Seattle Times from Sept. 9 to Sept. 12, 2004