Maureen Ann Hathaway

Apr 21, 1946 – Dec 4, 2015

Obituary

Maureen Ann Hathaway

Maureen Ann Hathaway was born April 21, 1946 in Spokane, WA and passed away December 4, 2015 at the age of 69. 

Maureen is survived by her daughter Joe’l, son-in-law Aaron, beloved grandchildren Blake, Allie, and John John, and sister Linda. 

Memorial Service Friday, January 8, 2016 at 2:00pm at Bonney-Watson Federal Way, 1535 SW Dash Point Rd, Federal Way.

Guestbook

Warren & Joni Omans
Otis Orchards, wa
Dec 23, 2016

We sent Mo a Christmas card and it was returned to us today, 12/23..

We are so sad for your loss. .

Barbara McMichael
Des Moines, WA
Apr 19, 2016

I very much appreciated Maureen for her friendly demeanor, her interest in exploring history, and her support of youth. She is missed!

Bruce Honda
Federal Way, WA
Jan 8, 2016

We will miss Maureen, her smile, laugh and her service to so many others. Prayers for friends and family.

Peggy Gienau
Waterloo, Ia
Dec 29, 2015

Please accept our sincere condolences. May the words quoted from this song bring you a measure of comfort as it did for us.

”If a man or woman should die, can they live again?

Hear the promise God has made:

He will call; The dead will answer.

They shall live at his command.

For he will have a longing

For the work of his own hand.

So have faith, and do not wonder,

For our God can make us stand.

And we shall live forever,

As the work of his own hand ”(Job 14:13-15)

Coryn Morgenroth
Tacoma, WA
Dec 23, 2015

I have known Maureen since 1983 when I started working at the salon I now own. She has been a customer and a friend all these years. I just found out about her passing. She has always made me feel like a part of her family. She wanted to know everything that was going on in my life and gave me sound advice. She had an amazing outlook on life and when she got the diagnosis, her bravery and attitude were amazing, truly something I try to mimic in my own life. She was a weekly customer and it was always an adventure listening to her activities! I have missed that. I speak for all of us at The Haircase when I say that this is a tragic loss and we will really miss her.

Ellen Pasbrig
Federal Way, Wa
Dec 18, 2015

I met Maureen this summer at her home in the Smoke Tree Condo. She was sitting in her garage cooling off and I needed some information, we had just purchased across from her.

She was very friendly, out going and gave me the answers I needed. She told me of her cancer and continued with a positive attitude. That's the strength I remember from Maureen. She was positive and strong and carried that to the end. She was a wonderful woman and great friend. She is missed.

H. David Kaplan
Federal Way, WA
Dec 12, 2015

I met Maureen through her connection with the Historical Society of Federal Way. She was always supportive of the organization and looked for ways to improve its visibility in the community. She was my mentor when I participated in the Oral History project and made the whole process a breeze. Her smile and soft-spoken cordiality will be missed.

Lorie Weldon
Federal Way, WA
Dec 9, 2015

I first met Maureen in 2006 at City Hall. We volunteered together on the Arts Commission and Historical Society events. She was always helping others. I will miss her late night phone calls.

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