Isolina Paula Aramburu

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Isolina Paula Aramburu

Isolina Paula Aramburu, 90, passed away on Tuesday, January 18, 2011, with her loving family by her side.
She was born Isolina Paula Consiglieri on June 29, 1920, in Lima, Peru. Her father, Antonio, moved his young family to an Andean mining town early in her life where they lived for a few years. They later returned to Lima where Isolina was instrumental in helping raise her younger siblings. She met her husband, Adrian J. Aramburu, in Lima and they were married in January of 1944.
Following the death of her husband in 1962, Isolina moved to the United States with her seven children in 1963. She made Seattle her new home, studied English, became a U.S. citizen, took cooking classes and worked for many years as a cook at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle while living in the Wallingford area. She retired in 1980. The Wallingford home was her favorite because of all the memories that blessed her family. She moved to Lynnwood four years ago to live with her son, Gustavo, her daughter-in-law, Sandra and granddaughter, Carly.
Isolina dearly loved serving the Lord and her family. She was an exemplary Christian. Reading the Bible and teaching God's word to younger generations were among her passions. She loyally loved her only spouse and in addition to raising her children, helped raise many of her grandchildren along with the children of special friends. She was a kind, gentle soul with a tremendous capacity for forgiveness and understanding and an uncanny ability to befriend and love everyone she met. She especially enjoyed cooking and was known for serving delectable cuisine both at home and at work.
Isolina was preceded in death by her husband, Adrian; her parents, Antonio Severo Consiglieri and Daria Marguarita Aramburu; and siblings, Antonia, Domingo, Juan Emilio, Eulogio, Antonio, Alejandro and Alberto.
She is survived by her children, Luis R. Aramburu, Daria I. Consiglieri, Fernando A. Aramburu (Ileana), Guillermo J. Aramburu (Ikuko), Gustavo L. Aramburu (Sandra), Gladys M. Brown (Kevin), Francisco J. Aramburu; siblings, Roman Consiglieri (Wilmarina) and Yolanda Consiglieri; grandchildren, Aarron, Lienne, Lia, Mario, Adrian (Angela), Mikela (Ben), Gina (Matt), Monica (Jesse), Misty, Adrian, Tony (Mary Beth), Carly, Ryan (Kara), Kyle, Colin, Joseph and Melissa; and great grandchildren Simon, Dylan, Ayla, Alyssa, Jacoby, Markus, Kamron, Milatka, Aviel, Kaleina.
A memorial service is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood, 425-778-2159 (Address: 6215 196th St. SW 98036 and www.trinitylutheranchurch.com). Reception to follow. For more information, call Gustavo Aramburu at 425-967-3938.



Published in The Herald (Everett) from Feb. 2 to Feb. 4, 2011
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