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Lynnettee Louise & Kaylene Nichole KELLER Lynnettee Louise Keller (41) and her daughter, Kaylene Nichole Keller (18) died on April 22, 2012 from a tragic event at their home in North Bend, WA. Both women were vivacious and creative individuals who will be missed deeply by their family and many friends, both old and new. Lynnettee Louise Rocha Keller was born in Pomona, CA along with her twin brother on May, 28, 1970. She spent her early childhood in Laguna Hills, CA before moving with her family to Aloha, OR where she graduated from Aloha High School in 1989. Lynnettee spent her adult life in Bothell, Issaquah and North Bend, WA, along with her family. An accomplished artist and craftsperson working in the scrapbooking field, Lynnettee sold her work at fairs and online, including marketing her crafts online on You Tube. She had many friends in the online world and cared for them as much as anyone. Lynnettee had a talent for combining colors and textures in her art; she loved cooking traditional Mexican food and played a mean game of the card game "push". Kaylene Nichole Keller was born on June 28, 1993 in Portland, OR and move along with family to Washington State at an early age. A graduate from Mount Si High School in North Bend in 2011, Kaylene was a strong student who cared passionately about nature and the environment; baked cookies that could tempt anyone off a diet and loved to spend time in the outdoors with her friends and her beloved dog. Kaylene also had an avid interest in computer gaming technology and was a current student at Bellevue College. A family memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2012. Both women are survived by their family: Albert Rocha, (father & grandfather); Lupe Vasquez-Lewis (mother/grandmother), Gene A. Rocha (brother/uncle) Kimberly Rocha-Pearson (sister/aunt), Jesus Vasquez (grandfather/great grandfather), Fletcher Lewis (step-father/step-grandfather), Carson Brammer, (Kaylene's friend and companion), Rebekah Rocha (sister-in-law/aunt), Randel Pearson (brother-in-law/uncle), and two nieces, Jordan and Peyton, along with many other aunts, uncles and cousins spread out throughout the U.S. A memorial / scholarship fund has been set up by the Rocha family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lynnettee Rocha Keller and Kaylene Keller's names at any BECU Branch.
Published in The Seattle Times on Apr. 29, 2012
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