Deanne “Dee” Lucille Hudson


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Deanne Hudson

Deanne “Dee” Lucille Hudson was born in Renton, WA on February 17th 1962 the youngest of two to Nancy A Hall and Dean A Hudson. She passed away peacefully September 25th, 2020 in Federal Way, WA of natural causes.

She is predeceased by her mother Nancy who passed in 2016 and her daughter Annmarie Mckinnon who passed in 2011. She is survived by her older brother James Hudson, children Roxanna Frank, Nicola Hudson, Travis Lewis and grandchildren Dallandrah Ballou, Jayda Ballou, Logan Lewis, Able Lewis, Sloane Lewis, and Miller Lewis.

Dee spent most of her childhood in Renton, Bellevue, and Vashon Island. Growing up she enjoyed camping, water skiing, and kayaking with her mother and brother. As a rebellious teenager she found her love of Rock N Roll where she began to blossom into her free spirited hippie self. Always working to be free to live life by her own rules and creating many adventures along the way, working with a traveling carnival, riding motorcycles, and exploring. Becoming a young mother settled her wild side. As a single mom she worked in various fields but primarily working as a secretary and receptionist. Dee always did what it took to take care of her children, often taking in many others. She could never let any child go without a home, food, or love no matter what little she could or couldn’t give.

Throughout her life and she overcame many obstacles incurring hardships most would have given up on. She never gave up on herself or others. Teaching us all the power of strength, wisdom, & love. Those who were lucky enough to be apart of Dee’s life knew her beautiful loving heart and free spirit. She often found peace in being a creative poet, writer, and avid reader. She was a hippie who also enjoyed crocheting, cross stitch, painting, coloring, motorcycles and rock n roll.

Rise Like a Phoenix from the ashes and spread your wings for you are finally free.

2 Responses to “Deanne “Dee” Lucille Hudson”

  • Isla Dodd says:

    Rest in peacefulness Dee. ❤️❤️❤️

  • J. Hall says:

    Hi everyone, I’m very sorry to hear of Dee’s passing.

    Dee was a few years younger than me, but she was a part of my life during most of her teenage years. I can tell you this… she could become obnoxious, but always in a fun-loving way. I was friends with her brother Jim, and the Benningfield’s, Thorne’s + Ford families that she settled down with as her neighbours.

    I last saw her after the death of my Father, and she was (as always) very kind.

    She would never want anyone to be unhappy, so cling to those fun memories she gave us, because that is what she would want.

    Best regards, John Hall

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