DANIELLE JAYNE WILLSON

Danielle Jayne Willson, a resident of North Bend, WA, passed peacefully into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on January 28, 2019 at the age of 33.

Danielle is survived by her parents, Thomas and Staci Yarrington and Rachelle Wallace; her husband, John Willson; her children, Ivan 13 years and Liliana 10 years; her two brothers Johnny Yarrington and Myles Wallace; her grandfather, John Wallace; grandparents, Scot and Mary Watson; and many Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins.

Danielle was born in Shelton WA on November 19, 1985. She graduated from Shelton High School in 2004. Danielle married her best friend on June 17, 2006.

Danielle was a cheerleader at Shelton High School, and studied culinary arts at South Puget Sound Community College prior to becoming a full time mother of two which became the most important part of her life. She worked in usability studies as a contractor for Microsoft before eventually settling into her career as a project manager for T-Mobile.

Danielle was a devoted wife and mother. She was a foodie extraordinaire who loved cooking, baking, music, skin care, and art. She especially enjoyed high tea in Victoria, BC and love dates with her husband. Her greatest joy was watching her children compete in gymnastics, wrestling, baseball, and football. Her quiet time was spent in prayer, bible study, and daily devotions.

A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 12:00pm Saturday on February 16th at Turning Point Church. Pastor Tim Olson will officiate. Flowers, donations, and condolences may be sent to Turning Point Church, 3525 Marvin Rd. NE Lacey WA 98516.


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