Audrey Alice Neumeister

February 19, 1936 - January 11, 2021

Obituary

Audrey Neumeister, whose most recent address was Norfolk, VA., but whose heart never left Seattle, passed away January 11, 2021.  Naturally, by 84, Audrey was pre-deceased by so many she loved.  Notably, her husband, William Neumeister, and parents, Bill and Edna Norton. Born on a very cold day in Rock Lake, North Dakota, it wasn’t long before she landed in Seattle. She graduated from Foster High School, married, and raised a couple of kids.  She enjoyed her time working for the Highline School District and with Seattle Trust and Savings.  Her love, however, were her kids, her family and her acquired kids.  Age and circumstance brought her to Virginia in 2015, but she rightfully claimed it could never be home, there are no decent mountains.  Monty, Robin, Anne, Yvonne, Diane and Tina and the kids she acquired by way of her BFF’s, Martha and Jeanette will be left to tell her stories.  Her “advice”, as always, optional. *Due to Covid restrictions, a small family burial will be held.

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Fonda (Jurey) Flores
Fonda (Jurey) Flores
1 month ago

I have known Audrey since my childhood. We spent so many weekends either in their home or at the lake camping with them. It was at her home I learned to play Gin Rummy. Audrey was my Mom’s closest friend for many years. After Mom, Helen Britton, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease Audrey shared many stories with me if her experiences with the disease. Audrey was a very much loved lady.

Jim
Jim
1 month ago

Jim chupik

Joanne Chupik
Joanne Chupik
1 month ago

Joanne and Jim Chupik will miss you and your Amonia cookies. Joan will especially miss your deviled eggs you made for family gatherings.

Joanne Chupik
Joanne Chupik
1 month ago

Joanne and Jim Chupik

Shawn Elsberry
Shawn Elsberry
1 month ago

Audrey was my second mother. We shared in a very special relationship through the years. She will be greatly missed. I love you my dear!