Tina Ashworth (1963 - 2017)

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Longtime Alaska resident Tina Marie Dabbs Ashworth 54, died on Dec. 10, 2017, in Anchorage, Alaska.
A service will be held at Legacy Funeral Home's Bragaw Chapel, 1707 South Bragaw Street in Anchorage, on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, at 3 p.m. Reception to follow at the VFW, 101 Oklahoma Street in Anchorage.
Tina was born on May 24, 1963, to Paul and Irene Dabbs in San Jose, Calif.
Tina came to Alaska, in 1988, with her husband and son, when her husband was stationed at Elmendorf Air Force Base. She was proud being a military wife; she received an award at her husband's retirement of a rank of E-10 Commander in Chief. Tina loved building her in home in Alaska. She enjoyed spending the summers and winter weekends at their cabins at Castaway Cove and Ciechanski on the Kenai Peninsula.
Tina had her own daycare that she ran for 10 years. She then worked for Anchorage Inventory Services until her retirement in 2015.
Tina enjoyed looking for a bargain shopping, crocheting blankets for gifts, sewing, baking, putting puzzles together and traveling.
Tina was a very loving and giving person. She had a very infectious laugh. And she was always ready to give you attitude. She loved the yearly camping trips to Seward, Alaska, for the 4th of July: she was the camp cook. Tina had a great love for all her family, especially all of her any nieces and nephews and all the kids for her daycare.
Tina is survived by her husband of 37 years, Ret. Chief Wayne Ashworth USAF; and son, James Ashworth of Anchorage; mother, Irene Shilts of Roseburg, Ore.; brother, Paul Dabbs of Seaside, Ore.; sisters, Carmen Gydney of Roseburg and Gogo LaGrave of Cle-Elum, Wash.; brothers-in-law, Charley Ashworth of Dequincy, La., and Roger Ashworth of Houston, Texas; sisters-in-law, Linda Bishop from Sterling, Alaska, Shanie Malone of Soldotna, Alaska, and Rhonda Taylor of DeQuincy, La.; many nieces and nephew; and extended family and friends.
The family asks that donations be made to a children or animal .
Arrangements entrusted to Legacy Funeral Homes. To share words of comfort with the family please visit www.legacyalaska.com.
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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Dec. 14, 2017
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