OBITUARY

Linda Lee Althar

July 3, 1947February 11, 2011

Linda Lee Althar, 63, of Seattle, passed away on Feb. 11, 2011. She was born on July 3, 1947 to Bud and Evelyn Hendrickson. She grew up with her sister Donna in the Seattle area. Linda worked her whole life as a cook, she loved to cook. She cooked in her own restaurant in Ocean Shores, Cadillac Jack’s, and she cooked for her sister’s business, Donna’s Kitchen. Linda married the love of her life, Robert, on July 10, 2006. Linda enjoyed dancing, collecting porcelain dolls and when she got the chance she tried to strike it rich at the casino. She also cherished traveling to Ocean Shores, she felt at home next to the ocean. Linda was preceded in death by her parents, Bud and Evelyn, and her sister, Donna Harvey. She is survived by her husband, Robert Althar, daughter, Jodi Fox, son, Tracey Olson, son, Kevin Kempeer, daughter, Evelyn Olson, step-son, Robert Althar, Jr., step-son, Chris Althar, brother-in-law, Steve Harvey and 5 grandchildren. The viewing will be held from 10am to 3:30pm, Friday, Feb. 25, 2011 at Greenwood Funeral Home, Renton, WA, followed by the funeral service at 3:30pm, Friday, Feb, 25, 2011 at Greenwood Funeral Home, Renton, WA.

Services

  • Viewing Friday, February 25, 2011
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 25, 2011
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Linda Lee Althar

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Marie Wendle

February 25, 2011

My condolences to Bob and Linda's family at this most difficult time. It was my pleasure to get to know Linda in the last couple of years. I enjoyed seeing the happy photos of her in this guest book. May she rest in peace with no more pain. God bless her.
Marie Wendle RN

Lisa Althar

February 18, 2011

I will be forever grateful to have had the honor of knowing Linda in this life. So many things I would like to say to Bob, and so many thoughts of our time with Linda. My favorite memories of her, as I am sure will be shared by many, is her creation of enormous feasts for all who would come, friends, family, and anyone they wanted to bring along. I would often bring my brothers and sisters for one of her meals. And these were not standard fare. These were true creations full to the brim with love. I believe feeding people was Linda's way of sharing her love, and it certainly was received. Our family has lost a very special person in Linda, we will miss her terribly.

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