Geneva Pauline Thompson “Polly”

Polly passed peacefully on Friday August 2nd at the age of 86. Polly was born in Heavener, Ok on April 23, 1927 and lived most of her adult life in Washington. She was a beautician and had her own business (Polly’s Place) in Kenmore, WA for many years and later worked at Lake Washington Vocational Technical College in Kirkland in the administration department. She is survived by her sister Evelyn Lane of Elk Grove, CA, and her loving sons Mitchell of Snohomish, WA, Jerry of Packwood, WA and Timothy of Kettle Falls, WA.  She also leaves one grandson Shaun and three great grandchildren Devan, Tiana and Steven. She was preceded in death by her sons Michael and Steven and her grandson Lucas and granddaughter Shannon.

A celebration of her life will be held at 1:00 pm on August 27th at The Church at Maltby
Christian Assembly, 9322 Paradise Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA.  In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the Maltby Food Bank.

2 Responses to “Geneva Pauline Thompson “Polly””

  • Dianne O'Brien says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Polly at Maltby Primetime Wednesday. She always had a sweet smile. I will miss her, she was a pleasant and caring person. She would always come over to our table and I’d take her hand and it was always so cold, that meant she had a very warm heart. My sympathy to her family, you will be in my thoughts and prayers.efom

  • Nadine says:

    Polly and I worked together at LW Technical College long before it was a college! She was so industrious and always on task. At one time in her career she was responsible for the electronic input of all student data and their enrollment status. She was an outstanding employee and a true friend. I can recall many fun times outside work too. What stories we could tell. Polly loved her family and spoke of them often; I guess we all did that so we felt we really knew each other. She will surely be missed. Thank you so much Mitch for your email. Heartfelt thoughts and prayers to you and all your family.

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