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Obituaries » Jeanne (Eugenia) Mae Guill
October 30, 1947 - August 16, 2020
Our beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend came into this world at St. Joseph Hospital in Tacoma, WA on October 30, 1947 and fittingly transitioned into the next also at St. Joseph’s on August 16, 2020. Born to Ted and Fern Anderson, Jeanne attended Holy Rosary Catholic school and graduated from Mt. Tahoma High school.
She married Doug Blondin in 1967 and had three children. Even though their marriage didn’t last, they maintained a strong friendship for the sake of their children.
Jeanne was a hardworking single mother, running a daycare, cleaning houses and doing whatever she could to make ends meet. At night she attended and graduated from Pierce College to become a respected chemical dependency counselor in the Thurston County area. She met Stephen Guill and they married in1982. Steve was the
love of Jeanne’s life until he sadly passed away in 2015 from Alzheimers disease at their home in University Place, WA. They had 33 years together filled with hard work but balanced with good times at Ohop Lake in Eatonville and Long Lake in Lacey. They married in Reno and travelled there often. Jeanne had a magical knack for winning at
slot machines for which no one could ever explain. She also loved to fish, dance, play in the water and root for her favorite team – the Seattle Seahawks! Family was everything to Jeanne and she loved her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews with all she had to give.
We are comforted knowing that Jeanne and Steve are together again, dancing to Willie Nelson, water skiing and just holding hands. Jeanne was preceded in death by her husband Stephen Guill, her parents, her sisters Carol Pedia, Diane Barbre and brother Pat Anderson. Jeanne is survived by her sister Jan Flanigan, children – Jodi (Sam) Blondin, Dustin Blondin (Kris), Tim Blondin and Brandy Lawrence (Rick), grandchildren – Branden (Alyx) Mason, Tayler Charameda (T.J.), Keeley Phommathirath, Dustin (Lil’ D) Blondin, Preston Blondin, Ryan LeMaster (Katy), Steven, Michael and Kaden Guill, great-grandson Oliver Charameda, many nieces and nephews for whom she adored
like her own children, her former husband Doug Blondin (Cheri), her beloved dog companion Emma and many cherished friends. A memorial for Jeanne will be held at a later date. In the mean time, GO HAWKS and please vote!