Michelle H. Anderson-McGrath

McGrath3Michelle H. Anderson-McGrath, age 52, of Woodinville, WA died January 31, 2015. Michelle, daughter of the late Alan G & MaryAnn (Thill) Anderson, died in Woodinville as a result of a car accident.McGrath4
She is the beloved mother of Keyth (Tiffany) Pankau, Corey McGrath and Kyle (Becky) McGrath. Michelle is also survived by her adoring granddaughters Annabella Pankau and Kylee McGrath; sister Linda Bacon; nephew Brian, niece Nichole and her beloved dog Jessie. She will be greatly missed.
Services will be held Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Imprint Church 13632 Northeast 177th Place, Woodinville at 1:00 pm.

13 Responses to “Michelle H. Anderson-McGrath”

  • Heather McIntosh says:

    Thank you Michelle, for being an example to people for what a great, hard working employee was. Didn’t matter what the job was, you were always willing to step up and help out. You never left any questions on what your opinion on something was, and spoke your mind, but you heard people out too, and I always respected that about you. Your love for your kids and grandkids were so evident, and you would share the shirt off your back if needed. Thanks for being you. You will not be forgotten.

  • Melissa Chamberlain says:

    Michelle you will be greatly miss by a lot of people. You were taken much too soon but for the reason only god knows why. You were a special lady and I will never forget you. Love you Michelle!!!! Love, Melissa

  • Kellie Cedar leaf Schaefer says:

    I’m praying for all the family.
    For you Keith and Linda.

    I’m sorry for you lost.
    I am sick so I didn’t come to the funeral.

  • Kellie Cedar leaf Schaefer says:

    Dear Linda And Keith I’m ssorry for your loss.

    I’m praying for all of you
    May God Bless you all.

  • Michele (Johnson) Mangiantini says:

    Michelle and I were friends for a very long time. We differed by only letter as people would refer us as either “one L” or “two LL’s.” We did a lot of childhood things together but growing up was not one of them. I had not seen her since Keyth was an infant. However, we did have contact a little more than four years ago when I learned bits and pieces of her adult life. She spoke of her children and grand children with great pride. And she loved her dogs!
    She had a lot of love to give and was a good friend. She will be missed “to the max” (as we used to say).
    Love and hugs to her family and friends.
    Michele “one L” Mangiantini

  • Lillian Trolio says:

    I am so heart broken to read about Michelle!! We were good friends at the a woodinville pool. My heart goes out to her family.

    Lillian Trolio

  • Karen Torkelson says:

    We were so saddened to hear of Michelle’s passing. Our hearts go out to the entire family. So many memories of Keyth and our boys growing up together. We hope that you celebrate her life by sharing all the good times and that you find comfort in knowing that she will always be with you. RIP Michelle

  • Lesley Malone says:

    I have known michelle for 10+yrs n always enjoyed her spirit over breakfast when she would come and visit me. She would always express her love for her babies, kids n canines alike. Always remember how she would show her heart for others.

  • v. thompson says:

    My sincere condolences to the family of Michelle. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in God’s promise to soon “swallow up death forever” and “wipe away the tears from all faces.” (Isaiah 25;8) While grief at the loss of Michelle is great, joy at welcoming her back in the resurrection will be greater. (Mark 5;42) With deepest sympathy,

  • Gayle Long says:

    im truly sorry to hear of Michelle’s passing. She was a hard worker and friend to so many. Condolences to her family

  • Jodee Ryder says:

    Richard and I are sorry to hear of Michelle’s passing. She will be in our thoughts tomorrow. Michelle was a loving friend and we will miss her

  • Sandy C. says:

    RIP Michelle. I enjoyed working with you, and also enjoyed your visits after you left. To the family, please accept my condolences, Michelle was a wonderful spirit, and will be missed.

  • lezlie woods says:

    Michelle was funny back in high school 1980. Sad to hear of her passing always had a smile…I remember we used to hang out!!! RIP.

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