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Evan and Annie Padilla in Seville Spain 2019

Evan Padilla has Died

After a freak accident at his Kirkland, Washington home on August 1, 2022, Evan Padilla passed away at 8:30pm Saturday, August 13 at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, Washington, due to a traumatic brain injury suffered in the fall. He is survived by his wife Annie, eleven children and five grandchildren. Evan is a longtime Subud member who has held many Subud positions, most recently Chair of Susila Dharma International, Chair (twice) of Subud USA and Subud Greater Seattle. A memorial service is planned for 5pm, Saturday, October 8 at the Seattle Subud House, 1101 15th. A more detailed obituary is forthcoming. Our sympathies go to Annie and the family. A special Latihan for Evan will take place this morning (Sunday, August 14) in Seattle, after regular Latihan at approximately 11:45am PDT.


From Annie Padilla

Subud member, Brynn Matsen, died suddenly on January 18, 2013 at Kadlec Hospital, Richland, Washington, of complications of the flu. She was 60 years old. She is survived by her mother, Mary Dryer, husband, Steve Matsen, daughter, Mary Averill Matsen-Reed, son, Tony Matsen and son, Duke Matsen and 3 week old granddaughter, Madeleine Matsen-Red. Brynn was my first cousin, and dear, dear friend. She suffered many years from a variety of chronic illness. She was opened at Menucha about 5 years ago, yet her chronic illness was a barrier to her participating in the latihan. A year ago, she was visiting in the area, and was able to attend latihan in Seattle with Evan, myself, and her husband, Steve, who is also a SUBUD member. Brynn and Steve both noted that was the best latihan they had ever experienced. She was very much loved by our family, and she will be greatly missed. Her funeral will take place in her home town, Bickleton, Washington, on February 9, 2013.

Please join us in a brief latihan for Brynn and her family on Saturday, February 2, 2013 following the SUBUD Seattle 10:15 a.m. latihan.

Annie Padilla,  Thank You so very much,