Cascade Austin Healey Club
Bob Findlay
Bob "The Activities Guy" Findlay passed away Nov. 25th 2003 after a short illness.  Bob was a great friend of Healeying and we will miss him.
Bob Smith
Bob Smith passed away Sept 22nd 2004 Bob was with us on a number of tours and events over the years and was an active member of our club.
Rob Royer
Rob Royer passed away Dec. 7th. 2004.  Rob had been a member of our club for many years.   
Passing's
Jim Slostad
Jim Slostad passed away April 14 2009.  Jim was a long time member and Past President of the club.  If you ever needed help he was the first to volunteer.   
James Thor Slostad
3-12-1940
4-14-2009
Our British Car Enthusiast family has lost a long-time member, tireless volunteer, and good friend to many. Arnie Taub passed away on Friday,February 26th. 2010  We have had the opportunity to spend many an afternoon and evening talking with Arnie. His smile and humor would draw you in, and wonderful conversation around British cars would ensue, and go to what ever the conversation lent itself to.  His enthusiasm ran deep, and his effort to share that with others, whether through the Western Washington ABFM, his classes for younger folks on British car basics, or just hanging around in the parking lot after a meeting, was nothing short of success. He will be truly missed.
Craig Anderson
Craig Anderson passed away January 19, 2010.  Craig was the editor of our Cascade Magazine and a long time club member.  A good friend to many of us he and his stories will be missed.   
Craig Kenneth Anderson
11-6-1941
1-19-2010
Norman Nock (1929 - 2010)
It is with great sorrow that we must announce the passing of our beloved father and mentor. We know that he will be missed by many people in the British Car World. We appreciate all of your sympathy and good wishes. We will continue to drive, repair, and restore the British cars that he loved so much, as we know he would want us to do.           David and Sheila
From: Bob Brown <blkbt7@yahoo.com>
Subject: [Healeys] Don Lenschow
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010, 6:17 PM

I just received a note that our good friend Don Lenschow passed away at his home in Texas this morning. Don was an incredible spirit and a gracious friend. Many of us came to know him during his visits at Healey Events. His hearty laugh and undeniably witty sense of humor will be greatly missed.  Don was a member of both AHCUSA (Past-President) and AHCA and a long time member of the North Texas AHC.
Don's funeral will take place in Boyd, Texas on Monday. Burial will be in his home town of Sycamore, Illinois.
I'm sure you'll join in remembering Don and keeping his wife Kay and the entire Lenschow family in our thoughts and prayers.
Ted Boskovich Jr.
Ted had many interests. He loved British sports cars. He was a long time member of the Cascade Club.   He began vintage racing in 1989, first with his Austin Healey, then with his 1959 Lotus 18 Formula Jr. He was a founding member of SOVREN. He enjoyed working in his yard, where he and Rondi converted their spacious garden from lawn to Puget Sound native landscape.   
Ted N. Boskovich Jr.
2-6-1952
9-10-2010
It is my sad duty to inform you that my good friend and fellow Healey owner John Bumpus, of Victoria, B.C., has passed away early this morning (9/27/2010) from complications of a major stroke / surgery suffered approximately 2 weeks ago.

The NW Healey Community has lost a wonderful  member.
Earl Kagna
Bob Findlay
Bob "The Activities Guy" Findlay passed away Nov. 25th 2003 after a short illness.  Bob was a great friend of Healeying and we will miss him.
Bob Smith
Bob Smith passed away Sept 22nd 2004 Bob was with us on a number of tours and events over the years and was an active member of our club.
Rob Royer
Rob Royer passed away Dec. 7th. 2004.  Rob had been a member of our club for many years.   
Passing's
Jim Slostad
Jim Slostad passed away April 14 2009.  Jim was a long time member and Past President of the club.  If you ever needed help he was the first to volunteer.   
James Thor Slostad
3-12-1940
4-14-2009
Our British Car Enthusiast family has lost a long-time member, tireless volunteer, and good friend to many. Arnie Taub passed away on Friday,February 26th. 2010  We have had the opportunity to spend many an afternoon and evening talking with Arnie. His smile and humor would draw you in, and wonderful conversation around British cars would ensue, and go to what ever the conversation lent itself to.  His enthusiasm ran deep, and his effort to share that with others, whether through the Western Washington ABFM, his classes for younger folks on British car basics, or just hanging around in the parking lot after a meeting, was nothing short of success. He will be truly missed.
Craig Anderson
Craig Anderson passed away January 19, 2010.  Craig was the editor of our Cascade Magazine and a long time club member.  A good friend to many of us he and his stories will be missed.   
Craig Kenneth Anderson
11-6-1941
1-19-2010
Norman Nock (1929 - 2010)
It is with great sorrow that we must announce the passing of our beloved father and mentor. We know that he will be missed by many people in the British Car World. We appreciate all of your sympathy and good wishes. We will continue to drive, repair, and restore the British cars that he loved so much, as we know he would want us to do.           David and Sheila
From: Bob Brown <blkbt7@yahoo.com>
Subject: [Healeys] Don Lenschow
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010, 6:17 PM

I just received a note that our good friend Don Lenschow passed away at his home in Texas this morning. Don was an incredible spirit and a gracious friend. Many of us came to know him during his visits at Healey Events. His hearty laugh and undeniably witty sense of humor will be greatly missed.  Don was a member of both AHCUSA (Past-President) and AHCA and a long time member of the North Texas AHC.
Don's funeral will take place in Boyd, Texas on Monday. Burial will be in his home town of Sycamore, Illinois.
I'm sure you'll join in remembering Don and keeping his wife Kay and the entire Lenschow family in our thoughts and prayers.
Ted Boskovich Jr.
Ted had many interests. He loved British sports cars. He was a long time member of the Cascade Club.   He began vintage racing in 1989, first with his Austin Healey, then with his 1959 Lotus 18 Formula Jr. He was a founding member of SOVREN. He enjoyed working in his yard, where he and Rondi converted their spacious garden from lawn to Puget Sound native landscape.   
Ted N. Boskovich Jr.
2-6-1952
9-10-2010
It is my sad duty to inform you that my good friend and fellow Healey owner John Bumpus, of Victoria, B.C., has passed away early this morning (9/27/2010) from complications of a major stroke / surgery suffered approximately 2 weeks ago.

The NW Healey Community has lost a wonderful  member.
Earl Kagna
Passings
Bob Findlay
Bob "The Activities Guy" Findlay passed away Nov. 25th 2003 after a short illness.  Bob was a great friend of Healeying and we will miss him.
Bob Smith
Bob Smith passed away Sept 22nd 2004 Bob was with us on a number of tours and events over the years and was an active member of our club.
Rob Royer
Rob Royer passed away Dec. 7th. 2004.  Rob had been a member of our club for many years.   
Passing's
Jim Slostad
Jim Slostad passed away April 14 2009.  Jim was a long time member and Past President of the club.  If you ever needed help he was the first to volunteer.   
James Thor Slostad
3-12-1940
4-14-2009
Our British Car Enthusiast family has lost a long-time member, tireless volunteer, and good friend to many. Arnie Taub passed away on Friday,February 26th. 2010  We have had the opportunity to spend many an afternoon and evening talking with Arnie. His smile and humor would draw you in, and wonderful conversation around British cars would ensue, and go to what ever the conversation lent itself to.  His enthusiasm ran deep, and his effort to share that with others, whether through the Western Washington ABFM, his classes for younger folks on British car basics, or just hanging around in the parking lot after a meeting, was nothing short of success. He will be truly missed.
Craig Anderson
Craig Anderson passed away January 19, 2010.  Craig was the editor of our Cascade Magazine and a long time club member.  A good friend to many of us he and his stories will be missed.   
Craig Kenneth Anderson
11-6-1941
1-19-2010
Norman Nock (1929 - 2010)
It is with great sorrow that we must announce the passing of our beloved father and mentor. We know that he will be missed by many people in the British Car World. We appreciate all of your sympathy and good wishes. We will continue to drive, repair, and restore the British cars that he loved so much, as we know he would want us to do.           David and Sheila
From: Bob Brown <blkbt7@yahoo.com>
Subject: [Healeys] Don Lenschow
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010, 6:17 PM

I just received a note that our good friend Don Lenschow passed away at his home in Texas this morning. Don was an incredible spirit and a gracious friend. Many of us came to know him during his visits at Healey Events. His hearty laugh and undeniably witty sense of humor will be greatly missed.  Don was a member of both AHCUSA (Past-President) and AHCA and a long time member of the North Texas AHC.
Don's funeral will take place in Boyd, Texas on Monday. Burial will be in his home town of Sycamore, Illinois.
I'm sure you'll join in remembering Don and keeping his wife Kay and the entire Lenschow family in our thoughts and prayers.
Ted Boskovich Jr.
Ted had many interests. He loved British sports cars. He was a long time member of the Cascade Club.   He began vintage racing in 1989, first with his Austin Healey, then with his 1959 Lotus 18 Formula Jr. He was a founding member of SOVREN. He enjoyed working in his yard, where he and Rondi converted their spacious garden from lawn to Puget Sound native landscape.   
Ted N. Boskovich Jr.
2-6-1952
9-10-2010
It is my sad duty to inform you that my good friend and fellow Healey owner John Bumpus, of Victoria, B.C., has passed away early this morning (9/27/2010) from complications of a major stroke / surgery suffered approximately 2 weeks ago.

The NW Healey Community has lost a wonderful  member.
Earl Kagna
Passing's
Ted Boskovich Jr.
Ted had many interests. He loved British sports cars. He was a long time member of the Cascade Club.   He began vintage racing in 1989, first with his Austin Healey, then with his 1959 Lotus 18 Formula Jr. He was a founding member of SOVREN. He enjoyed working in his yard, where he and Rondi converted their spacious garden from lawn to Puget Sound native landscape.   
Ted N. Boskovich Jr.
2-6-1952
9-10-2010
Craig Anderson
Craig Anderson passed away January 19, 2010.  Craig was the editor of our Cascade Magazine and a long time club member.  A good friend to many of us he and his stories will be missed.   
Craig Kenneth Anderson
11-6-1941
1-19-2010
Jim Slostad
Jim Slostad passed away April 14 2009.  Jim was a long time member and Past President of the club.  If you ever needed help he was the first to volunteer.   
James Thor Slostad
3-12-1940
4-14-2009
Rob Royer
Rob Royer passed away Dec. 7th. 2004.  Rob had been a member of our club for many years.   
Bob Smith
Bob Smith passed away Sept 22nd 2004 Bob was with us on a number of tours and events over the years and was an active member of our club.
Bob Findlay
Bob "The Activities Guy" Findlay passed away Nov. 25th 2003 after a short illness.  Bob was a great friend of Healeying and we will miss him.
Brian (Bic) Healey 7/28/1925 - 4/6/2014
Bic worked for his father Donald Healey in the 1950's and was responsible for the significant sales of Austin-Healeys to U.S. servicemen in England at the time. Bic was closely associated with the early years of the 100 and has been a faithful carrier of the knowledge of Healey history.
Our British Car Enthusiast family has lost a long-time member, tireless volunteer, and good friend to many. Arnie Taub passed away on Friday,February 26th. 2010  We have had the opportunity to spend many an afternoon and evening talking with Arnie. His smile and humor would draw you in, and wonderful conversation around British cars would ensue, and go to what ever the conversation lent itself to.  His enthusiasm ran deep, and his effort to share that with others, whether through the Western Washington ABFM, his classes for younger folks on British car basics, or just hanging around in the parking lot after a meeting, was nothing short of success. He will be truly missed.
From: Bob Brown <blkbt7@yahoo.com>
Subject: [Healeys] Don Lenschow
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010, 6:17 PM

I just received a note that our good friend Don Lenschow passed away at his home in Texas this morning. Don was an incredible spirit and a gracious friend. Many of us came to know him during his visits at Healey Events. His hearty laugh and undeniably witty sense of humor will be greatly missed.  Don was a member of both AHCUSA (Past-President) and AHCA and a long time member of the North Texas AHC.
Don's funeral will take place in Boyd, Texas on Monday. Burial will be in his home town of Sycamore, Illinois.
I'm sure you'll join in remembering Don and keeping his wife Kay and the entire Lenschow family in our thoughts and prayers.
Norman Nock (1929 - 2010)
It is with great sorrow that we must announce the passing of our beloved father and mentor. We know that he will be missed by many people in the British Car World. We appreciate all of your sympathy and good wishes. We will continue to drive, repair, and restore the British cars that he loved so much, as we know he would want us to do.           David and Sheila
Robert (Bob) W. Cole
7/21/1929
9/23/2013
Bob Cole
Bob was a long time member of Cascade Austin Healy Club.  Bob and his wife Marilyn joined us for many tours and events in their Healey Rosebud. When he could not tour with us he entertained us with tid bits on the Healey List.  Scout out some Healey roads for us up there. 
Gordy Gardner
Gordy , member #190 was one of the early members of the Cascade Austin Healey Club.  He was president of the club twice and an active supportive member.   After his friend Jim Slostad died he and Mitzi Butler took over and lead the annual Mt. Baker Tour.  We will miss him.
Gordon (Gordy) Wayne  Gardner
9-7-1942
2-27-2014
It is my sad duty to inform you that my good friend and fellow Healey owner John Bumpus, of Victoria, B.C., has passed away early this morning (9/27/2010) from complications of a major stroke / surgery suffered approximately 2 weeks ago.

The NW Healey Community has lost a wonderful  member.
Earl Kagna
Clyde Clutter
Clyde was a long time member from Spokane.  He was a original owner of a Healey 100 BN2 and participated in a number of our events.  He was a regular at our Yakima and Winatchee events as well as the All British Field Meet in Bellevue.
Clyde Clutter
11-18-1929
3-11-2015
Robert (Bob) Ormsby
Bob was  an active member of the Cascade Club.  He hosted the Gerage Towne Tech. Sessions  put on by Steve Day.  He planned and lead the outstanding tour to Spokane this last year(2015) for the Highland Games.  He was a car guy with a number of cars both British and American.  We will miss him.
Bob Ormsby
11/30/1946
11/15/2015
Sheila Findlay
3/19/1936
6/29/2016
Sheila Findlay
Sheila and her husband Bob, were great supporters of the Cascade Austin Healey Club.  They where the first ones to help us celebrate or car after we bought it.  
Mildred M. Poague
12/23/1931
11/25/2015
Mildred (Millie)  Poague
Millie Poague was one of our very early members (#118).  She and Bob have been active members of the club for as long as I can remember.   
John Snyder
John was a very active member of our club and a noteworthy Healy restorer.  He was alway ready to share his Healey knowledge with anyone.
John Wilson

4/6/2018
John Snyder

John Wilson
John was well known in Healey circles and a very active Healey Restorer and a member of the Cascade and Oregon Healey Clubs.