Below you will find a list of some College, Departmental, and Interdisciplinary Honors students who have completed, or are about to complete, their degrees here at University of Washington.
Long and elegant, our Tilia range is unique like the family of trees itself.
The exact number of species of Tilia is subject to considerable debate, as many or most of the species will hybridise readily, both in the wild and in cultivation.
These giants have a unique relationship with lightning, as they need to be struck in order to stop growing.
The Cherokees believe that this tree is a symbol of balance.
Our cutlery pays homage to those traits, with a unique handle feel.
Hidden beneath the handles of royal oak mirror is a reference to the historical “King’s pattern”.
This motif can be displayed on the table in the european style, or laid in the conventional manner, concealing the pattern like the King himself.
Baobab Cutlery is inspired by the thick beautiful trunks of the famous African “Tree of Life” – the Baobab tree.
LEICESTER Helen Mildred (Bestick) Largesse, 88, of 611 Pleasant St. She leaves behind five children, Jack Davidson, New York, NY; Judith (and husband James) Kelleher, Holden, MA; Joel Davidson, Palo Alto, CA; Jerry Davidson, Worcester, MA. Largesse and his wife, Amy, of Oxford, MA; and a sister, Myrtle Silvester, Peoria, AZ.
in the Rochdale section of Leicester, MA, died on January 24 at UMASS Memorial Hospital in Worcester, after complications due to pneumonia. She lived with her youngest son, Dean Largesse, Sr. She had 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was a direct descendant of Massachusetts's first governor, William Bradford and at least seven other Mayflower passengers. She loved sitting around her kitchen table with several generations of her family, telling stories and laughing.
and his wife, Bernice, of Inverness, FL, and Kenneth P.