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Healthy Lifestyle Challenge Join us for a 13 week program designed to challenge you to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Weekly winners will be announced in our Thursday paper. Weekly logs will be printed each Sunday in the Juneau Empire and will be available online at juneauempire.com. Look for the Healthy Lifestyle Challenge box near the bottom right of the Home Page.
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Nieko Isturis, Apprentice Pressman
This is a monthly segment highlighting the staff of the Juneau Empire. The reporters write the stories, the editors and page designers put the stories on the pages, but without Nieko Isturis, the Juneau Empire press apprentice, all that work would not be seen by the public. Isturis was born and raised in Juneau and graduated from JuneauDouglas High School in 2008. He started working in the press room last April, after hearing about the job opening from Shawn Miller, the Juneau Empire pressroom manager. He says it’s been a great learning experience. “Shawn called me and asked me if I wanted a job,” Isturis said. “I said yes. I love it. It’s a constant learning curve. I lived 27 years of my life not knowing how newspapers got printed.” Isturis explained he is learning to be a pressman by learning registration, which is lining the colors up on the black, and using the breaks on the press which line up the paper. He assists Miller and pressman Brian Roberts in operating the 1960s-era press, which is located on the first floor of the Juneau Empire building on Channel Drive. When Isturis is not at work, chances are you can find him at Viking Lounge & Bar participating in his favorite pastime, playing pool. “In a sense, pool saved my life,” Isturis said. “It also has a constant learning curve.” It’s a learning curve Isturis has picked up quite nicely. He started playing five years ago and has competed in tournaments to test and show off his skill. Last year, in Las Vegas, Isturis placed 3rd in the open-mixed 8-ball tournament at the National Tournament. He also competed in the 9-ball tournament. Isturis’ mother and brother, Alex, live in Petersburg. Isturis said Juneau has some aspects he enjoys, with outdoor sports, but because he does not fish, eat fish or hunt, he has aspirations of living in a different small town — Coeur d’Alene, Idaho — given the opportunity. “It is one of the places I have lived that I just love,” he said. “ I love small towns and I love the mountains. There is great snowboarding, a lot of off-roading and dirt-biking.” So make sure if you see Isturis in town, whether it’s on the slopes or at the Viking, tell him “thanks” for contributing to getting the newspaper printed. Just don’t try to beat him in pool.
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James M. Lambruschini September 27, 1962 - February 6, 2018 Former Juneau resident James M. Lambruschini, 55, died from natural causes on Feb. 6, 2018, in Tacoma, Washington. He was born Sept. 27, 1962 in Washington D.C. At age 4 he moved with his family to Juneau. He was of Catholic faith. He graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School in 1980. He served in the U.S. Army. He graduated with an Associate’s degree from Denver Automotive and Diesel College in 1989.He worked in Denver before moving to Tacoma on Aug. 2001. In Tacoma he worked as a grounds keeper for the University of Puget Sound. He enjoyed the great beauty of nature and the outdoors such as fishing, hunting, camping and bird watching. Indoors he was a wiz at crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and was a devoted Seahawks fan. He is preceded in death by his Father, William L. Lambruschini of Lakeland, Florida and a brother, Gregory J. Lambruschini of
Paducah, Kentucky. He is survived by his mother, Evelyn D. Lapoint of Tacoma, Wash. and a sister, Sherill Lambruschini of University Place, Wash., an uncle, Oliver V. Lockamy, of Holly Ridge, North Carolina, two nieces, two nephews and numerous cousins. He had many good friends from Alaska, Colorado and Washington. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of any contributions to his favorite charities, “The Nature Conservancy, The National Wildlife Federation, and the American Heart/ Lung/Liver Associations. Many thanks to the several medical staff/personnel involved in his medical care. A small seaside “Celebration of Life” and scattering of his remains is being planned for a later date. Final arrangements and services handled by Edwards Memorial, University Place, Washington.
Ernest “Judge” Walter Hillman, Jr. Khaalgheich, Chaas’ Koogu Eesh, Chook’ank, Khaaseiltseen August 5, 1936 – February 23, 2018
Ernest “Judge” Walter Hillman, Jr., was born August 5, 1936 in Excursion Inlet, Alaska to Ernest and Alice Hillman; he left to fish the waters of his homeland, Glacier Bay, on February 23, 2018 surrounded by his loving family. Ernie was Chookaneidi from the Glacier House, Child of the L‘uknaxh.adi, and grandchild of the Deisheetaan. His Tlingit names were Khaalgheich, Chaas’ Koogu Eesh, Chook’ank and Khaaseiltseen. Ernie is proceeded in death by his parents Ernest, Sr. and Alice Hillman; mother-in-law Mary Marvin Wilson and father-in-law Nick Marvin; aunts Sara Rude and Ione Felton; uncles Morris Scott, Walter Soboleff, Bill Hillman, Sr., and Ernie and Stanley Rude; siblings Donald Cook, Sr., Patricia “Betty” Moy, Mike Cook, Sr., Muriel “Molly” Stivers, Nina Estes, and William “Bill” Cook, Jr.; and sons Leslie, Nick and Donald Hillman; and his many beloved pets. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Lillian; brother Oliver George (Laurie) Hillman; children Ernest (Tami) Hillman III, Michael (Laurie) Stedman, John (Marilyn) Hillman, Veronica (Richard) Dalton, Valerie (Craig Ahrens) Hillman, Wes (Sue) Tyler, William “Shorty” Tonsgard, and Don (Sandy) Rosenberger; grandchildren Edward (Denise) Davis, Chris (Jeremy) Hustman, Jeff (Judy) Davis, Michelle (Michael) Martin, Richard (Caitlyn) Dalton, III, Leslie (Kadie) Dalton, Lisa (John Nease) Dalton, Henry (Sara) Dalton, Cameron (Dan) Young, Gretchen (Jon) Oliver-Wooesner, Krissy (Greg Strout) Bean, Jakob & Matt Stedman, and Angelina & Tyler Jenkins; great-grandchildren Michaela, Michael Jr. & Micheel Martin, Ruth, Greyson & Teagan Dalton, Gage & Ophelia Dalton, Ty Marie & Lauren Nease, Zach & Dylan Wooesner, Connor, Maliah, & Aidan Davis, Jill Meserve & Jacob Horne, Ben & Andrew Davis, Trinity, and Makai Lanyi & Mateo Strout; and greatgreat granddaughter Juliet Hotch, and many in-laws. He is also survived by Grace and John Hawkins, who he considered family. Ernie had many nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and his extended tribal and Hawaiian family members. He also had his cat “Kitti”, grand dog “CD”, and great-grand dogs “Luna” (pretty girl) and “Diddie”.
Ernie was instrumental in supporting the communities of Southeast Alaska. Prior to retiring as the Lands Manager at Sealaska Corporation, he worked for the Tlingit & Haida Regional Housing Authority, and was instrumental in the development of the Tlingit & Haida Regional Electrical Authority. He also served as a Sitka Magistrate, pile driver, shore boat operator, crew member and commercial fisherman, bus driver, custodian, logger, security guard, truck driver, store clerk and soda fountain employee. If you knew Ernie, he loved to help people when he could. He especially loved to help children through donations and was always eager to hear how they were doing and what their future endeavors were. People frequently called him for advice, and he always helped those who needed assistance during the passing of a loved one. Ernie had a profound voice that he would use, when necessary, to carry on meetings at community functions as well as many council and board meetings. He was a long-time Delegate to the Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) and served several years on the Judiciary Committee where he also served as the Chairman. He was one of the ten Founding Directors of Huna Totem Corporation. He contributed his leadership on the land selection committee; the implementation of the Huna Totem Permanent Fund, the Shareholder Settlement Trust, Icy Strait Point Tourism and Huna Heritage Foundation. As Chairman for the Huna Heritage Foundation, he worked with the Trustees to preserve the culture for our future generations. Ernie was an active member of the Alaska Native Brotherhood, the President of the Village Planning Council in Sitka, and was involved in the early years of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). He mentored many and called upon those in the audience to participate, giving them the opportunity to be heard, or he’d pull you aside to encourage you and provide advice about leadership and culture. He was a shareholder of the Sealaska and Huna Totem corporations, and was an enrolled tribal citizen of Tlingit & Haida and Hoonah Indian Association. Ernie enjoyed taking walks, especially when his grand dog came to visit. He also enjoyed fishing, hunting, reading, taking road trips, taking pictures to share, and visiting family. One of projects he enjoyed most was connecting and helping with the Hawai’iloa project, to recover knowledge and skills associated with traditional Hawaiian canoe-building. Ernie lived his life around family. He really loved everyone, and many called him dad, brother, uncle or grandpa. A Memorial Service for Ernie will be held in Juneau at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall (320 W. Willoughby Avenue) on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. Condolences and donations may be sent to Valerie Hillman, PO Box 34646, Juneau AK 99803.
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