Glenda Charbonneau died peacefully on March 13, 2019 with her loving husband and family by her side. Glenda was born on March 21, 1940 and happily lived most of her life as a resident of Snoqualmie, Wa.

Glenda was the daughter of Glenn and Olive Willett of North Bend, Wa. and graduated from Mount Si High School in 1958. Shortly after graduation she married her best friend, Ron Charbonneau Sr. and started their life and family together. Glenda touched our community in many ways, but most people will remember her as their school bus driver, which she did for over 30 years for Snoqualmie Valley Public Schools.

Glenda is survived by her loving husband, Ron Charbonneau Sr.; her siblings, Bud (and Val) Willet, Gary (and Pat) Willett and Bonnie Brady; her children, Ron (and Debbie) Charbonneau, Cathy Charbonneau, Christy (and Alan) Wright and Carol Wright (and Pete Elliott); her grandchildren, Rachel Charbonneau, Phillip DeBoer, Chad (and Jackie) Charbonneau, Corey DeBoer, Justin Wright, Ashley Wright and Kendall Wright; her great grandchildren, Lane, Byron, Chase and Emmett.

Glenda was a loving, selfless woman who always had the right words, the warmest hugs, and the brightest smile, always putting her loved ones first.

The Charbonneau family would like to invite all who knew Glenda to join them as we remember and honor her life. The service to be held at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church (39025 SE Alpha St., Snoqualmie, WA) at 10:30 a.m., March 30, 2019. A reception will immediately follow the service from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

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