Shirley Lorene McGuire
Shirley McGuire passed away on December 18th, 2019 at her home in Puyallup, Washington.
She was born in Port Townsend, Washington on July 11th, 1929.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 12 years, Joseph Reese; her husband of 39 years, Joe D. McGuire; her parents, John and Estelle Needham and her brother Walter Needham.
She is survived by son John and wife Deana Reese; daughter Lorene and husband Steve Whitehead; daughter Linda and husband John Crawford.
Grandchildren: Trishia Roberts, Chad Whitehead (Mitchell Smith), Kevin (Shannon) Reese, Kerra (Quint) Tibeau, Jeanna (Seth) Hallock, Cassandra (Aaron) Denn, Angela (Jordon) Skolrud, Bo Roberts (Ashley Ipsen) and Corey Roberts.
Great Grandchildren: Nicole (Zach) Meadows, Reece Crain, Paris Reese, Kyla Reese, Wyatt Tibeau, Audrey Tibeau, Callen Tibeau, Easton Roberts, Charlotte Roberts, Zoe Hallock, Wisdom Hallock, Uriah Hallock, Judah Hallock, Abigail Denn and Gideon Denn.
Shirley graduated from Foster High School where she worked for a time after graduation. She worked at the Foster golf course until she married. After having children, she returned to working outside of the home. She was a secretary at Renton Aviation until moving to Kent, Washington. She worked for the Kent school district as the head secretary at Kent-Meridian High School for 26 years until she moved to the district office working for the athletic director. She retired from the Kent school district after years of service.
Shirley enjoyed spending time with her family, playing cards and games. She enjoyed all her social activities with her friends where she lived.
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