Port Angeles resident Patrick K. Maguire died [December 2, 2005] in Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, of a heart attack. He was 84.
A great-grandson of John Dyke, the first mayor of Port Angeles, and a son of Harry Maguire, he was born in Port Angeles.
He retired 20 years ago as the city’s sanitation supervisor.
In 1961, he was certified by the city of Port Angeles as a civil defense radiological monitor, and completed a Dale Carnegie course in Port Angeles in June 1971.
Mr. Maguire was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hiking, deer and bird hunting and stream trout fishing, and he participated in Clallam County Search and Rescue.
He completed Basic Search and Rescue Academy studies in October 1988, and received a lifesaving award in October 1999 for successfully tracking an elderly Alzheimer’s disease patient who had wandered away.
During World War II, he served with the Marine Corps after which he maintained memberships in the U.S. Marine Raider Association, Marines Memorial Club and Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Mr. Maguire married Clara Hulse in Shelton on July 30, 1949. She preceded him in death.
Mr. Maguire’s survivors include his partner, Karen Amsdill of Port Angeles, daughter Inez Dougherty of Edgewood and two granddaughters.
Services: None. Powers Sumner Funeral Home, Puyallup, is in charge.
Memorials: Clallam County Search and Rescue, c/o Clallam County Sheriff’s Department, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles, WA 98362.