Forest Lawn Funeral Home & Cemetery

6701 30Th Ave Sw, Seattle, WA


Jeannette Marie Pickett

July 19, 1964July 31, 2019

Jeannette Marie Pickett was born on July 19, 1964 in Washington, DC and passed away on July 31, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.


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Jeannette Marie Pickett

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Debra Moriarty

August 13, 2019

To the family of Jeannette,

Please accept my sincerest condolences for the sudden loss of your loved one (dear Jeannette). I knew and worked with Jeannette both at the U.S. Attorney's Office in DC and we were also colleagues in the National Security Division at the Robert F. Kennedy Building (Main DoJ). Jeannette was a wonderful friend and colleague. She was also a very sensitive, kind and caring person. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

I'm keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers. May God Bless and keep you during this difficult time.

With Deepest Sympathy,

Debra Moriarty

Regina Carter

August 10, 2019


Your friendship and bright smile will be missed while we shard a common interest in home and decorating books at the hair salon.

God bless you my friend.

Ruth Reese

August 8, 2019

To Jeannette's Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your loved one. I knew Jeannette from the U.S. Attorneys Office. She was a kind and beautiful person. I looked forward to seeing her smile and dimples every day. And, no matter the situation Jeannette ALWAYS had a kind word. Don't worry about Jeannette she's in good company. Ruth

Tracee Plowell

August 8, 2019

I was devastated to learn of Jeanette's passing. We were friends and coworkers at DOJ. I will never forget her smile (and her smirk), her laugh, and her always perfect hair. We had a lot of good times driving to odd places for work and sharing stories about our mutual friends at the USAO/DC. She will be missed.

Wishing Donald and the family, hope in the midst of sorrow and comfort in the midst of pain.

With deepest sympathy,
Tracee Plowell