Darlene Louise Holmes

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Robert and Darlene

Darlene Louise Holmes was born in Ketchikan, Alaska on August 19, 1931,she passed peacefully in her sleep, on November 28, 2020.

She was married to Robert (Buddy) Holmes for over 60 years. Robert passed in 2010. She is survived by 2 daughters, a sister,3 grand-children, great-grandchildren and many nieces & nephews.

Darlene loved her family and home, a beautiful rambler in Lake Forest Park. She enjoyed working in the yard with Robert, then stopping at Starbucks for her favorite chia-tea & chocolate chip cookies.

She was a special friend, loved by many and will be greatly missed.

Darlene will join Robert at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Washington.

 

5 Responses to “Darlene Louise Holmes”

  • Charlotte Eskola says:

    You have been in our lives for many years and you will be in our memories for many more. We Love You. Char & Stan

  • Josie Melly says:

    R.I.P. Dear Darlene. I have so many memories of our trips to Starbucks and shopping, especially for shoes. You were such a stylish lady and always drew loads of compliments from young and old.

    We will all miss you but know that you are truly happy now with your beloved Buddy.

    We love you. Josie, Seamus and family.

  • Pete Buretta says:

    Rest in peace sweetheart. I know you and Bud are together again in heaven.You have been a good friend and i am a better person for having you in my life.You will be missed.I will never forget you.

  • Pete Buretta says:

    Rest in peace my friend.I know that you are with bud in heaven and having you in my life has made me a better person.You will be missed.

    I will never forget you and Bud.

  • Laura Moore says:

    Your love of Bud was a true life long romance. The wonderful parents you both were was an example to be followed. Your need to be at the beach echoed my own. Your ability to make friends on our vacations amazed me. Our Christmas cookie making times had us both laughing ourselves silly. We danced. We cried. We prayed. We enjoyed so much. The last few years we have been separated by illness. But I will always have the wonderful memories we shared.

    Rest in the loving arms of our Lord.

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