Ilene Klett ARMINTROUT
May 25, 1929 – March 8, 2019
Ilene Klett Armintrout was born on May 25, 1929 to parents Clifford and Josie Pedersen Klett. She passed away on March 8, 2019. She was raised in Cedarhome, Washington, and graduates from Twin City High School in 1947. She attended Central Washington College of Education for 2 years.
On September 11, 1954 she married Ray Edwin Armintrout of East Stanwood at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Stanwood. They had four children, Kevin, David, Laurie and Jim.
Her parents; son David; brother Hurbert Klett; sister Gloria Arentzen; and nephew Gray Klett preceded her in death.
She worked for the Edmonds School District as a playground aide, and also did the bookkeeping for Ray's business, Northway Products, Inc.
Survivors include their children Kevin and Monica Armintrout; grandchildren Katie Armintrout, Daniel Linoff-Harpham, Jamie Armintrout; daughter-in-law Renee Armintrout, grandchildren Trisha and Nathan Sorenson, great granddaughter Natalyn Ray and great grandson Brexton David, and Amy and Tom Hall; Laurie and Steve Scott, grandchildren Stefanie and Brandon Gale, great grandson Elliott Scott and great granddaughter Elsa Jo, and Tyler and Kelli Scott; Jim and Pep Armintrout, granddaughters Alea and Kiers; sister-in-law Rox Klett, brother Dean and Carrol Klett, sister-in-law Joanne Armintrout, as well as many nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at Edmonds Lutheran Church at a future date. Memorials may be given to the church or to a charity of your choice.
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Ilene Klett ARMINTROUT
March 11, 2019
Gordy and I connected with Ray and Ilene when they bought, year after year, two of our Seahawks tickets, so we got to sit next to them and swap stories about our families as we cheered on the Hawks. Our son John was about eight, I think, when Ray took us out on their boat to fish, which was a first for John. (And he got to pee over the side!) We kept in touch through the years, sharing the ups and the downs. I will always remember Ilene and Ray with a smile on my face. Such generous and kind and thoughtful folks. We were blessed to have them in our lives...and all because Gordy placed an ad in the Seattle Times.