Ronald Clinton

New Heights Christian Church

Sunday, October 20, 2013

12:00 P.M.



Clinton Memorial - Pastor's Message only - Psalm 34:1-22 - October 20, 2013 - Set Free to Serve - Audio


Clinton Memorial - Pastor's Message only - Psalm 34:1-22 - October 20, 2013 - Set Free to Serve - Text


Clinton Memorial Bulletin - October 20, 2013 - Ron Clinton Memorial Bulletin


Clinton Memorial - Full Service Clinton Memorial - Full Service 2013-10-20 - Audio 


Doris Rosene York

Born, Lincoln, Missouri, November 13, 1923

Died, Federal Way, Washington, October 4, 2012

 

Tuesday, 11:15 AM, October 16, 2012

Tahoma National Cemetery

18600 S.E. 240th St.

Kent, WA 98042

 

Sunday, 9:00 AM, October 21, 2012

Memorial for Doris within the Worship Service

New Heights Christian Church

21620 116th Ave. SE., Kent, WA 98031 

 

Sarah Agnes McLellan White

March 17, 1908 – January 11, 2009

Born in Carman, (Roseisle) Manitoba, Canada

Died in Renton, Washington, USA

Memorial service incorporated into the January 18, 9:00 AM Worship Service
at New Heights Christian Church.

Memorial gift suggestion: New Heights Christian Church Missions Fund

Send written tributes to danfolden@juno.com for posting on our website.

Agnes White Obituary January 18, 2009 - Text
Agnes White Memorial Bulletin January 18, 2009 - Text
Remembrance of Agnes White by Judith White - Text

Listen to the personal tributes given at Agnes White's Memorial Service by clicking on the link immediatly below. 

Tributes to Agnes White on January 18, 2009 - Audio

 Agnes White

She believed and held dear the sanctity of life, prayer, God’s way on moral issues. Her values were firmly rooted in the Word of God. She faithfully supported her family living in the area through tragedy and sickness being a servant. She prayed everyday for her family. She was a wonderful companion and friend to daughter Judy for over 30 years.

Her early years in Renton were at First Presbyterian in Renton, VBS, Sunday School. Her two oldest never missed a Sunday. Through her kids, Agnes became involved at Highlands Community church on the night before it opened for the first time. Pioneer Girls and being a Pal to another girl. Giving of herself and her limited finances in later years. She listened to that still small voice and followed Christ’s leading in her life. Her last years she loved to listen to Dr. J. Vernon McGee at noon. Before her eyesight had failed her #1 love was reading. She loved to read long into the night. Her favorite TV programs were the old ones. Also the old hymns that lifted up the name of Christ, always saying the older ones were the best.

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Tribute by Craig Dougherty

Agnes White

100 years, 9 Months, 25 Days

It has taken me a week to be able to reflect on Agnes White and her impact on me and my walk with Christ.   To say she was inspiring would little capture her real qualities, adjective after adjective would fall short.   She was completely and unabashedly married to our savior Jesus Christ sometime after the passing of her own sweet husband.  She was never without a cognitive moment, her wit and retorts when we thought she might not be listening were razor sharp and funny as heck most of the time.

When I first met Agnes, she was somewhere around her 88th year.  She made Larry Clements look like a choir boy in age comparison, now as she did then.   She would push a Wheel Chair into church, sit down and wait for Judy to bring her Coffee with a Red Straw.   If you knew Agnes, the straw needs no explanation.   If you were in her path coming in to church you would have to move because she was not going to alter her direction nor slow down until she was in and seated with coffee in hand.   I never saw her rise for a worship song; I didn’t have the privilege of knowing her “that” long!   She brought Sunshine with her everywhere she went, and that is the memory I hold in my heart of her,  I will take that memory with me always.   God has blessed me beyond words, and Agnes was the Sunshine that brought that blessing to my eyes.  I will miss her greatly.

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Tribute & prayer by Pastor Dan

Our centenarian member is now home with the Lord. On Sunday afternoon, January 11, 2009, at her home in Renton that she shared with her daughter Judith, Agnes White left her earthly life to begin eternity with her precious Savior. Because of the certain hope Agnes had in the promise of new life in Jesus Christ, our sorrow is eclipsed by the joy that she is in the arms of Jesus.

Gracious Father, what a day it was so many years ago when Agnes gave her heart to You and through the precious blood of Your Son, she was washed clean of her sin. Every day since, she lived in the hope of this day when she would see You face to face. Thank You for the example Agnes was as a faithful servant. Thank You for her consistent prayers on behalf of family members and friends. Thank You for her quick wit that kept conversations lively. Thank You for her devoted daughter, Judith, whose bedrock support over the years brought comfort and encouragement to her mom. May memories of Agnes continue to inspire trust in You. In Jesus' name, Amen. 


In loving memory

 David William Paul McMullen

March 23, 1939June 13, 2008

 There was a time that I lived my life in such a way that you would not be interested in knowing me. You would choose others for your companions, your friends. It is not so now. You come to me for advice, for encouragement, for assistance. I have come to know my Father, God, in such a way. When I am in need; when I consider what He has done for me and taught me, I am thankful. I am in awe of my Father God. I love Him for who He is. My life is good and I praise Him and seek to please Him in all I think and do. My joy will be if you have seen this in me and desire the same yourself.

David McMullen

 

McMullen Memorial Bulletin June 19, 2008 - Text

McMullen Memorial Pastoral Message June 19, 2008 - Text  

Listen to the personal tributes given at David McMullen’s Memorial Service by clicking on the link immediatly below.

Tributes to David McMullen June 19, 2008 - Audio

David William Paul McMullen

March 23, 1939June 13, 2008

 

David was born in Seattle and died in Snohomish, Washington while doing one of his greatest joys, cutting wood.

He was graduated from Seattle Prep, paying his own way by throwing newspapers, which began his life time habit of getting up at 4:30 AM everyday. David married his wife Linn in Seattle, having met and become engaged while working at Wendell-West Engineering firm in Oregon. He then began an extended pursuit of his engineering degree at Seattle University. David was employed at various locations as a civil engineer and surveyor, most recently with Harmsen & Associates in Monroe, Washington.

After returning from Alaska he became a changed man. From that point on he was in constant pursuit of God. He took great joy in other people’s children, consistently affirming them with encouraging words. He lived by the motto, “Love what you do and you won’t have to worry about money.” He was a man led by God and fully believed that God was in control. His life can be summed up with the words: He walked with the Lord.

He is survived by his wife, Linn, three sons, Mike (Tacoma), Jamie, P. J., daughter, Krista (Kent), brothers, Ronald, Daniel (Seattle), sister, Kathlene Dolan (Bainbridge Island) and an abundance of friends and extended family.

 


 

GEORGE CLARK

______ - May 31, 2008

Preface: George Clark was among the founding members of New Heights Christian Church. He was a diligent student of the Word of God and had a special place in his heart for the ministry of AWANA. One of his contributions to NHCC, which will now stand as a memorial to his life, is the desk, credenza and book shelves in pastor’s office.

On Saturday, May 31, 2008, George Clark went home to be with the Lord. He fought a short two week hospital battle with cancer which had filled his body. His wife, Carol, was there, as well as his children. After initially experiencing retirement, George chose to spend his time teaching in the public schools of Peoria, Arizona. He thoroughly enjoyed teaching in the areas of science, math and computers. We will always remember George for his friendliness and love for God's Word.

Carol plans to stay in their home for the time being and then possibly move to Florida to be with her son.


In loving memory

 

William Wesley Waldon, Jr.

September 12, 1926 - April 20, 2008

  

Waldon Memorial Bulletin April 23, 2008 - Text

Waldon Memorial Pastoral Message April 23, 2008 - Text