Virginia (Ginny) McLallin Kaiser

January 5, 1930 – July 6, 2020

 

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Virginia Kaiser

Virginia was born January 5, 1930 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to Max Wilson McLallin and Kathryn Callahan McLallin. Childhood years were spent in Los Angeles, Seattle and Kirkland, graduating from Lake Washington High School in 1948. Virginia and Lincoln were married in 1950 and were married 65 years until his passing in 2015.

She was preceded in death by her mother and father and brother Max Charles McLallin. Ginny’s interests were traveling, genealogy and ceramics.

Active as a member of various organizations, Virginia belonged to the Washington State Mayflower Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the American Colonist and Red Hat Society. Ginny is survived by daughters Kristine Kaiser Crilly (husband James) of Wenatchee, Kathleen Kaiser Quickstad (husband John) of Sammamish, son Steven S. Kaiser of Edmonds and grandchildren Michela (David), Kenton and Drs. Alix Whitener (husband Cy).

See the Valentine’s Day Special newspaper article about Virginia and Lincoln Kaiser’s 60th wedding anniversary at https://www.kirklandreporter.com/life/valentines-day-special-cold-start-thaws-into-long-lasting-marriage/

One Response to “Virginia (Ginny) McLallin Kaiser”

  • Sherrie Yazzolino Willett says:

    Link, Ginny, their daughter Kriss would take me clam digging in the Summer on the coast. Camping was a lot of fun with that talented clam digging family. Miss those days!

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