LOUISE MARIE CONNOR

Louise (Osborne) Connor of Fall City, Washington passed away on Thursday November 30, 2017 following a brief illness. She was 85 years old.

Louise was born on December 21, 1931 at Snoqualmie, Washington. She was raised in Fall City and graduated from Mt. Si High School in 1951. After high school Louise enlisted in the US Navy and served during the Korean War. She worked in a photo processing lab and was stationed in Boston, MA. While there she met the love of her life, Joe Connor. They married on November 18, 1955, and together they had three sons.

She enjoyed sewing, crochet and other crafts using her hands. She was an excellent cook and enjoyed cooking large meals for her family. She was well known by family and friends as an accomplished baker, especially her rolls, pies and eclairs which were always made from scratch. She also enjoyed playing Bingo, solving puzzles and spending time with family and friends.

Louise was preceded in death by her husband Joe, sisters Jean and Beverly, and her son Thomas. She is survived by her brother Leslie and his wife Lois of Wenatchee, her son Kevin and his wife Nora of Troy Michigan, son Chris and his wife Betty of Fall City, and eight grandchildren, Nicholas, Joseph, Alex, Bradley, Gary, Christopher, Thomas and Allison, and two great grandchildren Madison and Adrian and numerous nieces, nephews and beloved friends.

An interment ceremony at Tahoma National Cemetery will occur at a future date.

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