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Ethel Loretta Blood

29 January, 193220 July, 2021
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Ethel Loretta Blood born on January 29, 1932 and passed away on July 20, 2021.

Ethel Loretta Blood (Shrofe) was born to Floyd and Irene Shrofe (Frye) in Township of King, Wisconsin.

Ethel passed peacefully in her home in Tumwater, Washington with family and friends along with her youngest brother Donald by her side.

Ethel was an LPN at the age of 50, she loved her job and her clients that she served during her career as an LPN and CNA.

Ethel married George D. Blood on October 16, 1954. in Fern Dale, California.

Ethel was preceded in death by four brothers-Lyle, Leland, Ivan and Bill. Her parents Floyd and Irene Shrofe. One granddaughter, Jessica and her husband George Blood.

Ethel is survived by two brothers Daryl Shrofe and Donald Shrofe. Eight children; Debbie, Eddie, Cheryl, Cindy, Sandy, Jimmie, Lisa and Donnie. Forty-one grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The family would like to thank the team at Assured Hospice for all the care and compassion they showed Ethel. The family would also like to thank the Evergreen Christian Community Church for all their support during her illness and after her passing.

A visitation will be held at Mills & Mills Funeral Home on August 2, 2021 from 12pm until 4pm with a graveside service on August 3, 2021 at Mills Memorial park at 2pm.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, 2 August , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, 3 August , 2021

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Butler Sandra

28 July 2021

Momma I will miss you everyday of my life. I know you are in a better place now. I love you so much. You taught me to be the person I am now. Iā€™m very great full for the love you showed me. Momma Rest In Peace now. We will be okay. I will always love my family.

Deborah Turner

25 July 2021

My beautiful momma has left us but will never be forgotten! Mom, you shared so many wonderful stories and memories over the years and I will hold them all dear to my heart. You were the catalyst that blnded us together. Per your last request we will all take care of each other and be there for one another. In my younger years as an adult I moved around allot, but you managed to come visit every place I lived, even San Diego, with Dad. I treasure those memories! I was so lucky to have lived the last 8 years next door to you. You will always be in my Heart and soul. There won't be a day I won't think of you and smile because of having such an amazing mom. Thank you for being my mom and loving us all unconditionally. R.I.P. momma, I love you!

Cheryl Torres

23 July 2021

My beautiful mom - I will miss you each and everyday! You taught me so much! There will be a void in my heart until I see you in heaven šŸ’œ I love you šŸ’œ

Lisa Shipley

23 July 2021

I'm so glad I got to take care of and spend the last 7 years with mom. We got very close in that time and she is going to be missed beyond words. I told her one day when she passes I will only have one regret and that was that I didn't tell her more that I loved her. The look she gave me said everything, like you have to be kidding.

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