FIT FOR DUTY – Thirty-seven recruits graduating from the Alaska Department of Public Safety Training Academy's Law Enforcement Training Session 1802 take the oath of office this afternoon at the Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi. The audience was told that during the rigorous 16-week session recruits lost a combined 200 pounds of body fat. The graduates will be taking law enforcement positions around the state from the North Slope Borough Police Department to statewide Alaska Wildlife Troopers to the Ketchikan Police Department. Speaker at the ceremony was DPS Deputy Commissioner William Comer, who graduated from the academy in 1985. (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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