Gloria June Bolton Jefferson

Picture1Gloria June Bolton Jefferson was born to Albert Christopher Bolton and Lunley Mae Bourff on June 11, 1942 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  She died on May 13, 2016 at Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland, Washington.  Gloria was the fourth from the youngest of the siblings which survived past a few days of life.  She was predeceased by both parents and two brothers Herman and Glen Bolton.  She is survived by seven siblings, by her husband Ron Jefferson, daughter Jamie Deone Jefferson (born 01-20-62), son Philip Ray Jefferson (born 01-22-63), son Craig Jefferson (born 9-3-65), grandchildren Ian Zachary Jefferson, Cayton Celeste Jefferson, Alyssa Jefferson, and Ariana Grace Jefferson, and great granddaughter Audrey Victoria Hirt as well as numerous nieces and nephews.  Gloria worked as the manager of the employees’ cafeteria at Sears Overlake, and at Northwest Hospital.  Her role as parking fee handler allowed her to greet many regular patients who came to the outpatient clinic.  Gloria loved the role of greeting and taking payments as it allowed her to bless many and know them by name.  While in her booth at NW Outpatient building, she was able to play CDs of her favorite Gaither Christian music.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to United Cerebral Palsy Association of King/ SnohomishPicture2 County.  4409 Interlake Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98103.  206 632-2827.

Service Will be held at Calvary Christian Assembly in Seattle, Washington 98155.  June 7, 2016 at 2:00 PM  (206) 525-7474.

One Response to “Gloria June Bolton Jefferson”

  • If an unborn baby could think, it would be afraid of birth. To leave the only world it has known would seem a kind of death.
    But immediately after birth the child finds itself in loving arms, showered with affection and cared for at every moment.
    Surely the baby would say, “This is a beautiful life.”
    Passing through death is really a birth into a new and better world.
    Gloria now lives in a world beautiful, beyond anything we can imagine.
    Her life is not ended, but merely changed.
    Jay Lillquist

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