Cecelia Aileen (Brown) Bachler

April 8, 1943 – September 12, 2014

Bachler1Passed from this world to the next on September 12th at her home of 52 years in Shoreline, Washington. Cecelia was born in Aurora, Colorado and moved with her family to Kirkland, Washington as a toddler. She was a graduate of Lake Washington High School  and married her husband Tony in Almont, North Dakota in June 1963.

After a fulfilling career at US Bank (formerly Peoples Bank), Cecelia retired to the leisurely life of RV travel. She and husband Tony enjoyed spending time with RV friends– driving to Mexico, Alaska, and throughout the lower 48 of the U.S. These same friends enjoyed the annual party that Cecelia and Tony held at their acreage in Snohomish County.

Cecelia is survived by her loving husband Tony, daughters Shannon and Lisa, four sisters, and numerous Bachler2extended family of brothers- and sisters-in-law, nieces, and nephews. Her beloved dog Tiki will miss curling up with Cecelia every night.

Memorial service will be held at St Matthew’s Catholic Church on September 22 at 10 a.m. Social hour at the church and burial to follow in Holyrood cemetery in Shoreline, WA. A rosary vigil will take place on Sunday, September 21 at 6 p.m. at St Matthew’s Catholic Church.

2 Responses to “Cecelia Aileen (Brown) Bachler”

  • Debby Wilson says:

    Geri and Lewis Neill extend their deepest sympathy to you and your family Tony. I know that they really enjoyed being neighbors across the street from you for so many years! So many fun memories of hanging out together with you!

  • Colleen Hudson says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Tony, Shannon, and Lisa. I can never forget the cutiest giggle Cecelia had! Her laughter and smiling face will forsure brighten all those she meets in heaven.

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