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Jacqueline Ethel Walker

November 23, 1936 September 4, 2018
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Jacqueline Ethel Walker

Jacquelyn Ethel Walker passed away peacefully with her family at her side on September 4th, 2018 at the age of 81.

Shewas born alongside her twin brother, Dudley, on November 23rd, 1936. The two were raised in part by their mother Charlotte and their grandparents, Joachim and Emma Bringedahl.
She was married to Paul James Walker for 14 years until his sudden passing in 1976. She worked over 20 years at Boeing in AOG (Aircraft on the Ground) Department and made numerous friends there. She was very active in Alcohol Anonymous where she also acquired many friends.

Jacquelyn (Jackie) raised three daughters: Lori, Linda and Stacey whom she loved very much. She enormously enjoyed having grandchildren, Kelly, Tara, Leslie, Jessica, Adam and Claire. She was also blessed with 8 great grandchildren.
Jackie loved to travel. The ocean was her favorite destination, and she spent many wonderful Mother’s Days in Iron Springs with her family. She also traveled to Mexico, Norway and Australia. While in Norway, she located her cousin Carl, whom she located through her hobby of genealogy. Some of her other enjoyments were gardening, kite flying, clam digging, following politics and going to the casino.

There will be an urn burial at the Hobart cemetery in Maple Valley, WA on Friday, November 2nd at 10:00 am.

Arrangements by Edwards Memorial, Funerals Homes, Chapels and Crematories.

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