Our deepest sympathy go out to the family and friends of the following...
David Capjohn, Jr.
David Capjohn Jr. was born to David Capjohn Sr. and Mary Jean Ashouwak on Jan. 18, 1980, in Kodiak, Alaska. In 1999 David Jr. graduated from Kodiak Alternative High School.
Growing up in Old Harbor and Kodiak, David Jr. loved hunting and fishing. He spent most of his adult years commercial fishing, which he truly had a passion for: loved and enjoyed. In 2008, he moved his family to Anchorage, where he worked for Alas-Co General Construction Co. David Jr. was a true family man, loving husband and father. He loved spending time his family, friends and dogs.
He is survived by his beloved wife Lorrie Capjohn; sons Merle and Josiah; daughters Mikel Mae & Kloie; parents David Capjohn Sr. and Mary Jean Ashouwak; sisters Emily Jean Capjohn (Alexus), Irene Capjohn, Veronica Ashouwak and Flossie Ashouwak; brother Everett Grass Jr.; abbas Dylan David Capjohn and Ralph Capjohn; aunties Anna Nestic (Jimbo), Linda Suydam (Steven); uncles Al Cratty (Jonetta), Terry Cratty (Tammy), Freddie Christiansen (Glenna); and cousins Barbara Nestic (DJ), Gary Lester Jr. (Desiree), Luke Lester (Kim), Christy Mensoff (Stormy) Al Cratty Jr., Ashlee Cratty, TJ Cratty(Corrine), Tarrissa Christiansen(Chris) and Billie Jean Christianson.
A celebration of life will be held at the Kodiak Elks Lodge on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m. Please bring your favorite dish for potlatch.
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