Howard Wildman Bacon

May 30, 1924February 11, 2013

Burial arrangements under the direction of Cypress Lawn Memorial Park.


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Helen Janke

March 8, 2013

Marguerite, I learned of your loss from Bonnie and send my love and comfort to you. Your cousin Helen Kirstein Janke

March 4, 2013

Dear Paul and Pam,
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your father. Even though we didn't know him, we can tell from the others who signed the guest book that he was a very special man and was very much loved by everyone who knew him. Enjoy the memories you have of him and rejoice in knowing you'll be seeing him again in Heaven.
Mark and Debbie Klein

Thyrone & Alice Fatzinger

March 1, 2013

Bud's laugh was infectious and heart felt. This little giant of man will forever be burnt in my heart - who else would dress up and play Zaccheus for First Baptist kids one summer. As he hurried down the hidden ladder behind a fake tree his eyes twinkled with love and joy. His faith was very real and touched our lives. He is missed and our love goes out to Marguerite and the family.

February 25, 2013

We remember with gratitude Bud's and his family's attendance at Flossie's memorial service last year. The annual picnics at the Lake were high points for so many families...ours included.
Jim & Lynda Kutrich, Paul and Peter

Mary Elaine & Jack Burgess

February 25, 2013

Thinking of Marguerite and family at this time. May you feel God's presence. Loved Bud and will miss him.

Susan Hickok

February 23, 2013

I've known and loved Bud all of my life. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by all who knew him. My condolences go out to Marguerite and his wonderful family.

Marcia Hall

February 21, 2013

Bud was such a great guy, and his presence will be missed at FBC Everett. My entire family (Reeves family, Hall family) was saddened to hear of his passing and we all send our love. My husband Michael was especially fond of Bud, who was one of the first men in the church to reach out to him and make him feel welcome there. Bud was truly irreplaceable.

Dianne Gibson

February 21, 2013

My sympathies go out to Bud's family. I worked with Bud for many years at Burlington Northern Railroad in Seattle. Bud was always there to answer questions, always with a smile. He will be missed.

Jana Kay Slater

February 20, 2013

I remember Mr. Bacon and his laugh so well, even though it has been nearly 40 years since I saw him. May your memories be a blessing. With condolences,

Kyle Turner

February 18, 2013

Mr. Bacon and Mr. Lillibridge taught Sunday school @ First Baptist lo these many years ago. We read about St. Paul and his travels in the book of Acts. I cannot say that I was a good student as I had to relearn most of it in order to teach it to my children's Sunday school class. What I can say is that teaching Sunday school can be a hard job and that Mr. Bacon was a very good man to be willing to spend his Sunday mornings teaching and sharing his faith with us.