Note: PHILIPPE E. TOUTONGHI Born January 6, 1899 in Iskenderun, Turkey; died July 7, 2000 in Seattle. Husband of the late Lorice Toutonghi. Survived by his daughters, Agnes Van Bevern of Hillsborough, CA, Celeste Wolfe of Santa Maria, CA, Theresa Johnson of Seattle, and Mary Hurt of Malakoff, Texas; sons, Joseph and John Toutonghi, both of Seattle, and Michael Toutonghi of Sacramento, CA; 30 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Fluent in French, Arabic, Italian, Latin, Greek and English, he taught French and Latin at Seattle Prep, Seattle University, and Gonzaga University, where he retired at age 66. He continued teaching language arts in California until age 72. A French poet, he received the first prize at the "Academie des Jeux Florimontains", France, in 1929, for his poem, L' Immaculee. Recitation of the Rosary will be Tuesday, July 11, 2000, at 11 a.m., followed by the Funeral Mass at 11:30 a.m., BOTH at St. Joseph Church, 732 18th Ave East, Seattle. Interment, Holyrood Cemetery. HOFFNER FISHER & HARVEY Remembrances may be made to the Jesuits Seminary Fund, c/o Provincial Curia, 2222 N.W. Hoyt Ave., Portland, OR, 97210. - Seattle Times
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