ANNA LEE FREDRICKSON

Anna Lee Fredrickson, 74, of Auburn passed away on Sunday, October 15, 2017 while vacationing in Missoula, Montana of kidney related heart failure.

She was born on July 13, 1943 in Seattle to Kesley and Ann Bryant. She graduated from Evergreen High School in West Seattle and was a cheerleader at Everett Community College.

On December 27, 1962, Ann married Richard Fredrickson in Seattle. The couple lived there until moving to the Kent area in 1968. She worked for Boeing for 30 years as a Systems Analyst.

She enjoyed quilting and traveling, as well as spending time with her large circle of family and friends. She had an infectious smile and a warm and open heart that touched all around her.

Survivors include her husband Rich, daughters Stefanie (Tony) and Debra, son Rick, sister Betty Jo, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

In lieu of gifts, tribute can be donated to the Kidney Foundation or the Missoula Fire Department.


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