Jewel Louise Failor
Sep 21, 1927 – Dec 9, 2016
Jewel Louise Pearson Failor
September 21, 1927 to December 9, 2016
Mother to Theresa (& Ken) Weaver, Brad (& Lucy Platt) Failor, Julie (& Brent) Robles and Anna (& Roy) Coleman.
Grandmother to Matt Failor, Keri (&Charlie) Wakefield, Shannon (& Tom) Hope, Lindsey (& Tommy) Horning and Amy Jewel Robles.
Great Grandmother to Bryon Failor, Adam Wakefield, Nathan Hope, Alex Wakefield, Ethan Hope and Carlin Jewel Horning.
Aunt, Great Aunt, Great Great Aunt to many loving nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by husband Wilfred “Bill” Failor, father John Alfred Pearson, mother Julia Poolman Pearson, twin brother John Peter “Jackie” (soon after birth) brother Herman Pearson, and sisters Theresa Canoy and Anna May Hanson. She was the last of her generation.
She was born and raised in Seattle’s Greenlake area where she first met her future husband Bill as a child. She graduated from Lincoln High School. It wasn’t until Bill was in the service of the Army when they started to date and later married April 22, 1949. Her main career was raising her family. She worked at Riverton Heights Convalescent Home for over 30 years as an LPN. Jewel loved Hawaii, going to Vegas and local casinos, going out for dinner and spending time with her family. She lived at Heritage House Assisted Living in Buckley, WA were she was known for her sense of dress, bling and her many hats.
Jewel was a very loving, caring person, had a wonderful sense of humor and lived life to the fullest. She touched many hearts and will be missed by all.
There will be a Chapel Service at Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98188 at 12:00 Noon, Thursday December 22, 2016 followed by a private Inurnment ceremony. A Memorial/Celebration of Her Life will be held Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 5:00 PM at Embassy Suites, 15920 West Valley Hwy, Tukwila, WA 98188.
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