DAY OF CARING – Kelsi Kubik, left, and Denise Gossman of GCI take a break from volunteer work to look at the bears feeding on salmon at the Fortress of the Bear Monday during the United Way Day of Caring. Volunteer groups from Sitka businesses did volunteer work at non-profits, including the Fortress of the Bear, Sitka Fine Arts Camp and the SAFV shelter during the annual event. (Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)

Destiny Desire Charles


Destiny Desire Charles

  A memorial for Destiny Desire Charles will be held 3-6 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi.
    Donations and cards for the family can be given at the memorial.
    Destiny died June 5 while in Ketchikan. She was 40.
    She was born April 7, 1977. Family members were from Hydaburg, and she owned D.D. Kitchen there.
    She had lived in Sitka from 2012 to this year.
    Survivors include her husband, Frank Lee “Leo” Jimmy Sr. and son Frank Jimmy Jr., both of Sitka; and sons Teddy Floyd Vos III and Kevin Powell Adams, both of Alaska.

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