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Jon A. CHAUSSEE Jon was born on June 21, 1958 in Seattle and passed away unex pectedly October 4, 2010 from a heart attack. He was 52 years old. He lived most of his life in Kirk land, WA, and in recent years re sided in Montana. Jon's family had owned a ranch in Montana for many years, and he felt at home in 'Big Sky Country'. He is survived by his wife Wendy, mother Carol and sister Denise Ellen Wilhelm (Steve). He was preceded in death by his dear fa ther, Dean. Jon was the father of five children whom he cherished more than anything. J.B., Jamie, Jacquie, Mike (with Kathy) and Nick (with Dawn). His children were truly the lights of his life. He is also survived by his niece and nephew, Julie and Chris Franz, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Jon had many interests and hob bies including golfing, fishing, boating and spending time with family, especially his children. Jon was a very generous person and would give anything he could to his loved ones. He was also a natural at many creative pursuits such as landscaping, painting and woodworking. Jon was consid ered a gifted basketball and base ball coach, and he touched the lives of many young athletes over the years. His love and philoso phy of coaching helped every player to reach their full poten tial. Jon was very close with his fa ther, Dean, and started attending Husky games with his Dad at a young age. This tradition contin ues today with his own kids. Jon worked closely with his father for 25 years in the construction indus try developing and building mul ti-family and commercial struc tures all over the state and be yond. He was well-known and re spected for his expertise. There will be a memorial service to celebrate Jon's life on Friday, Nov. 5 at 5:30 p.m. at Westmin ster Chapel of Bellevue, 13646 NE 24th St. We were not ready to let you go, but you were called home. We all love and miss you. In lieu of flower please make a donation to office@namiwa. comcastbiz.net, www.ugm.org/ union gospel mission seattle, or a charity of your choice.
Published in The Seattle Times from Oct. 17 to Oct. 24, 2010
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