Winnie (Moore)Line

Jul 3, 1934 – Aug 1, 2014

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Winnie "Win" as she preferred to be called, passed away on August 1, 2014 at Wesley Home Care Center in Des Moines Washington from Pancriatic Cancer.  Win was a lifetime resident in the Seattle area.  Win was born July 3, 1934 and graduated from Highline Highschool in 1952.

She was an avid Slot Machine Player, and enjoyed Bingo and Pinochle.  She retired from the THE BOEING COMPANY after more than 20 years of compassionate service

She was preceded in death by her Parents John and Stella Post, her Husband Ray Line, her Brothers;  Ivan Bonner and John Post, her Sister Laura (Everson) Heatherly. 

Winnie is survived by her;

Sister;  Lela Roselieb;  Brother;  Art Post-nickname Punk. 

Son;  Gary Miles (Susan);  Daughter;  Julie Miller;

Grandchildren;  Jason Miles(Jennifer),  Lindsey Myers(Tate),  Kristopher Miles(Lindsay LD),  Joshua Miller(Denise),  Jamie Miller

Great-Grandchildren;  Justin,  Jarrid,  Jackie,  Avalon,  Braxtyn,  Bella,  Levi,  Ayden,  Hunter

Great-Great Granddaughter;  Charlotte

Many Nieces, Nephews, Great Nieces and Great Nephews. 


*Win's Family would like to extend A special Thank You to all the amazing staff(Nurses, Aides, Physical Therapists, and Volunteers) at Wesley Homes for there kind and compassionate service during our most difficult time, you all became Family.  You are truly a gift and God Bless*


Please join the family for a reception following Win's Memorial Service. 

Angle Lake Court Apartment

Community Room 

4010 S. 188th St

SeaTac WA, 98188


Kathy (Post) Allen
Normandy Park, WA
Aug 12, 2014

Memories - If they bring tears, let them be cleansing. If they bring laughter, let it be warm. If they remind you of happier moments, let them be shelter to you through the stormy days.With each story, each tear, and each tender memory ... Winnie's life will always fill a place in our hearts. We will keep you in our prayers.

Mark and Kathy Allen

Becky & Ray Tappendick
Salina, Ks
Aug 7, 2014

Sending sympathy!!!

I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love.

The pictures are from our trip to Ill. the 1st time meeting some of my Post family

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