Earl E. Headman

Earl Headman


Earl E. Headman born in Seattle, WA August 7, 1933. Passed away December 6, 2011. Graduated from West Seattle High School in 1951 and University of Washington in 1956. Retired in 1998 with 26 years of dedicated service for Reynolds and Reynolds. Earl enjoyed antiquing, fishing, gardening, and traveling. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Earl was always there to lend a helping hand for his family, friends, and neighbors. Earl touched many lives and will be missed. Preceded in death by parents Devona and Earl Headman and brother Ralph Headman. Survivors include wife Barbara of 57 years, daughter Pamela and son in law Tracy, and grandchildren Natalie and Amanda White. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

One Response to “Earl E. Headman”

  • Jacqui Robinson says:

    My thoughts and prayers for Barbara, Pam and her family. Earl was a great neighbor and always willing to help. I had a 1969 Camaro Convertible with a 396 engine and a manual transmission. During snow storms, I remember Earl and Laverne Moen walking down 23rd street to Richards Road (two lanes then) and bringing it up the hill and into my driveway. I told Earl on one occasion that he could drive it as it made no difference. He looked at me and said, “I’m not driving that thing – Laverne will drive – he knows cars”. He had a beautiful smile! Jacqui Robinson, Bellevue, WA.

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