OBITUARY

Juanice Vivian Clay

April 25, 1922August 22, 2018

Juanice Vivian Clay also know as Winnie passed away at the age of 96 peacefully at her home on August 22nd surrounded by her loving family.

Juanice was born in Wellington Texas April 25th 1922, she later moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico where she met her husband Warren Clay and was married in 1942. After serving in the Navy they then moved to Warrens home town of Seattle, WA where they raised their four daughters. Winnie worked for Nordstrom for 36 years as cashier, buyer and then as personal Manager at the Aurora Village store where she retied in 1984 to travel in there motor home until the passing of her husband Warren. She is survived by her four daughters Marcia Olsen, Nancy Stevenson(Jim), Cindy Lord (Terry) and Cathy Green (Steve) as well as her 10 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. She was loved by many and will be missed by all. A private graveside service will be held on Thursday August 30th for the family. In lieu of flowers or gifts, we ask that you make a donation to Seattle Childrens Hospital. Please visit www.floralhillslynnwood.com to leave your condolences on Winnies online guestbook.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • John Clay
  • Clay Stevenson
  • Brad Stevenson
  • Ryan Fisher
  • Steve Green
  • Jim Stevenson

Services

  • Graveside Service Thursday, August 30, 2018
REMEMBERING

Juanice Vivian Clay

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Rhonda Nelson

August 30, 2018

I worked with Winnie for many years, she was a wonderful person. I loved her dearly.

Sheila K. Youse /Erickson Erickson

August 30, 2018

Thinking of you all today. I am so sorry for your loss.
I remember you all fondly when we were all little girls just playing and having fun!
Both your father and mother were very special people in my parents lives, and mine as well! I can always remember your mothers smile, she was a very beautiful and kind friend.
Sincerely, Sheila Youse/Erickson

gale wergeland wergelaand

August 29, 2018

Winnie was a mentor and fellow Nordy over our careers there. She guided us and was a special friend. Many good times and her family was unique. In later years it was special to get together at the annual JWNordstrom dinners. A true friend and always giving when needed..
We will miss you.
Gale and Helen Wergeland

Betty Rousu

August 29, 2018

Winnie was my neighbor at the Garden Senior Village apartments . 30 some years ago she hired my son to work at Nordstrom and one day we ran into each other in the hallway and after all these years she remembered my son. Winnie will be missed as she was a very gracious lady. My sympathy to the family . Betty Rousu

JUDI Wergeland

August 29, 2018

I enjoy knowing your mom though my dad Gale Wergeland her smile and her kindness
sorry for your lost . I would always ask my dad about your mom to see how is she doing . As being a daughter of Gale you meet wonderful people that work for Nordstrom Best the old days . Like I said your mom was on the top of list as The best .
Thankyou for sharing
Judi Wergeland

Dawn Bennett

August 28, 2018

Your mom was such an amazing person!! Loved by everyone! So proud to have a “Grandma Winnie” blanket! Thank you, Cathy! I will treasure it always. Enjoy all the wonderful memories! Love to all of you!❤️ Dawn Bennett

FROM THE FAMILY