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Kay Wilson

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Kay Wilson

December 16, 1916 ~ August 17, 2014

Kay Wilson was born December 16, 1916, in Yakima, WA to George and Amelia Lambson. She died August 17, 2014, at her home in Lacey, WA. Kay lived in Wenatchee, WA for 80 years. She married her high school sweetheart, Woodie Wilson, on December 31, 1938. She prided herself in being secretary at Lewis and Clark elementary school. Then she moved to the Wenatchee District office and retired from there after many years of service. She played Bridge for 50 years with her dear friends, “The Jolly Dollies”. In 2002, Kay moved to Panorama Retirement Community in Lacey, WA to be closer to her family.

Kay is survived by her beloved daughter, Sandy Chaplin (Wilson); her husband, Bernie Chaplin; two granddaughters, Julie Richardson (Chaplin), Lynn Bockenstedt (Chaplin) and her husband, Craig Bockenstedt; and four great-grandchildren, Jordan (18 years), Trent (14 years), Gage (13 years), and Bren (11 years).

Graveside Service will be held Saturday, September 20, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. at Wenatchee City Cemetery.

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